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Boulder Dushanbe Teahouse
There is no admission cost to enter this Boulder restaurant. Boulder's sister city of Dushanbe, Tajikistan sent 200 crates of hand carved and painted pieces of structure and furnishings of a traditional Tajik tea house to Boulder. Here with the aid of Tajik artisans that made the trip with the crates the only teahouse of its kind in the Western Hemisphere was assembled. It was expanded to include a restaurant after it was completed in 1998. The restaurant includes a wide variety of dishes for breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner. The location is directly next door to the Museum of Contemporary Art.
Walden Ponds are a series of several ponds in a former sand mining operation. The ponds are operated by Boulder County. There are several ponds with 2.6 miles of trails within the confines of the park. Parts are open for hiking, horseback riding, fishing and some parts have picnic tables and shelters. The grounds are open from dawn to dusk and admission is free. The entrance to the park is located 5 miles northeast of the city of Boulder near the intersection of 75th Street and Jay Road.
The Bobolink Trailhead is a part of the City of Boulder's Park and Recreation system of trails and open space. This particular segment runs along South Boulder Creek and consists of a combination of habitats including riparian, tall grass and short grass prairie. There is a variety of wildlife in the area including three types of deer (Mule, White Tail and hybrid where the two species have interbred) as well as the ground breeding Bobolink from which the trailhead is named. The webpage includes a map to assist the visitor in locating the attraction as well as a list of regulations. There is no cost to use the trail. It is open seven days a week year round.
Colorado Shakespeare Festival
This annual event is one of the top three Shakespeare Festivals in the United States. It takes place on the campus of the University of Colorado from June until the middle of August. The festival utilizes two venues: the indoor University Theatre, main stage (400 seat capacity) and outdoors at the Mary Rippon Theater (1000 seat). Several different plays are performed on different days and at either venue. Ticket prices vary according to the venue and day/time of performance. In addition, starting in 2007, the festival is putting on a Christmas performance. There are a variety of additional programs which accompany the festival. Examples include a chat with Will Shakespeare, strolling through the Shakespeare Gardens, a backstage tour ($5 cost to defray cost of tour guide) and the Green Show which is music while one dines. Further details are provided at the website.