Quick Picks: Run, Dance, Groban
Sunday, Feb. 3
It’s Super Bowl Sunday, but the Super Bowl doesn’t start until 4:30 p.m. So get a head start on burning off calories before Super Bowl grazing on wings, chips and other high-calorie food.
Participate in the Super Bowl Shuffle for Riverside Educational Center with a 1-mile fun walk for children and a 5K race for adults at Historic Riverside School, 552 W. Main St.
Check-in is at 11:30 a.m. The event begins at noon.
Cost is $10 for adults and $5 for children 17 and younger.
Download the registration form at attachment.benchmarkemail.com/c155420/Registration_form.doc.
Sunday, Feb. 3
The 10-member Zikr Dance Ensemble performs at 2 p.m. at the Wright Opera House in Ouray.
The ensemble’s show, titled “Sacred Spaces,” is a mix of dance rituals from many ancient world cultures and is presented by well-known Denver choreographer David Taylor, who will introduce each dance to provide information about its theme in historical and cultural terms.
Slide shows, costumes, visual effects and unique music are part of the show.
Tickets cost $15 or $5 for students at the door or at http://www.ocpag.org, as well as at Buckskin Booksellers in Ouray, Cimarron Books and Coffee in Ridgway and Coffee Trader in Montrose.
Tuesday, Feb. 5
Josh Groban’s sixth studio album, “All That Echoes,” is released.
The 12-track album offers seven original songs from Groban and covers of songs by Stevie Wonder, Glen Hansard and Jimmy Webb.
The first single off the album, “Brave,” was released early online.