Local choir serenades victims of Marshall Fire and other Boulder-area events for today – Boulder Daily Camera

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Coal Creek Community Chorus presents “A Spark”: The group, led by Chorus Director Stephen Ross of Face Vocal Group, has created a new original piece titled “A Spark” which will be dedicated to all those affected by the Marshall Fire. It will debut Monday, featuring the voices of more than 100 community singers from Boulder County and surrounding areas. In addition to “A Spark”, this concert will feature a cornucopia of songs of various styles and genres; 7 p.m. Monday; Ascent Community Church, 550 McCaslin Blvd., Louisville; $5 to $10; coalcreekmusic.com.

Under One Sky benefit concert: Kutandara Studio is hosting its fall fundraising concert which will feature an evening of energetic arrangements that blend contemporary Afro-pop with the sounds of traditional Zimbabwean music, featuring world-renowned Zimbabwean musicians who are among the performance groups for adults and teenagers from Kutandara. The show benefits Kutandara’s Moon and Stars Foundation to help local and international work; 7 p.m. Monday, Nissi’s, 1455 Coal Creek Drive, Unit T, Lafayette; $15 to $30; kutandara.org.

CU Philharmonia Orchestra presents “Recollections of Country Life”: ‘Recollections on Country Life’, another name given to Ludwig van Beethoven’s ‘Sixth Symphony’, captures the whole spirit of this CU Philharmonia performance. The concert opens with Errollyn Wallen’s ‘Mighty River’, written in 2007, followed by Beethoven’s most explicitly programmatic piece, Symphony No. 6, known as his ‘Pastoral’ symphony; 7:30 p.m. Monday, Grusin Music Hall, 1020 18th St., Boulder; Free; cupresents.org.

Self-service figure drawing in NoBo: Bring your own easel, or use ours, for this easy, uneducated figure drawing with a nude fine art model doing short, uneducated poses. All skill levels and mediums are welcome; 1 p.m. Monday, NoBo Art Center, 4929 Broadway, #E, Boulder; $25; artofmodeling.org.

Craft story time: Share books, sing songs, and make crafts at this storytime for all ages; 10:15 a.m. Monday, Meadows Library Branch, 4800 Baseline Road, Boulder; calendar.boulderlibrary.org.

Musical story time and STEAM for toddlers: Dance and sing during this story hour full of songs, musical stories and more, where all ages are welcome. After story time, children ages 2-6 can engage in interactive, hands-on STEAM-based activities with their caregiver; 10:15 a.m. Monday, Boulder Public Library, 1001 Arapahoe Ave., Boulder; calendar.boulderlibrary.org.

Suicide Survivor Support Group: Join a community group and learn how to thrive, not just survive, after the suicide of a loved one. This group is open to anyone affected by suicide; 5:30 p.m. Monday, Naropa Community Counseling, 3400 Table Mesa Drive, Suite 201, Boulder; Free; naropacommunitycounseling.com.

Feel the Ice – Explorations of Nature Knowledge: This immersive multimedia exhibit examines the life cycle of ice and snow around the world. Set in Greenland and Mount Everest, it features photography and video by UC graduate Chris Dunn alongside original glacier music; 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Friday, exhibition until December 31; University of Colorado at Boulder, Earth Sciences & Map Library, 2200 Colorado Ave., Boulder; bit.ly/3CWxbPf.

Quantity of Life – Nature/Supernature Art Exhibition: This exhibition of artwork by seven artists celebrates the richness of the natural world through painting, sculpture, printmaking and collage. 9:00 a.m., Boulder Public Library Canyon Gallery, 1001 Arapahoe Ave, Boulder; free; boulderlibrary.org/exhibitions.

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