Broomfield events for this week


Second Tuesday genealogy group meeting: has 30 billion records and 100 million family trees waiting to be explored. Join the genealogy group for a fun evening, and start building a family tree; 7 p.m. Monday, Zoom; free;

A Case for the Mondays: This leads group meets on the second and fourth Monday of each month; 11 a.m. Monday, James Jacobson’s building, 5760 W. 120th, Broomfield; $50;

Monday Means Business: This group meets each Monday at noon in Broomfield. Any Chamber member is invited to visit the group twice at no charge; noon Monday, La Distileria Restaurant, 1100 US-287, Suite A-500, Broomfield; $50;


Coffee and conversation with The Chamber: Join the CEO of the Broomfield Chamber for conversation on economic development, community engagement and the benefits of caffeine; 8 a.m. Tuesday, Ziggi’s Coffee, 5139 W. 120th Ave., Broomfield;

Geeks Who Drink trivia night at I Hop IPA: Modeled after pub quizzes in Ireland and the U.K., Geeks Who Drink is an authentic homegrown trivia quiz. Teams can be up to six players, and winners get bar cash and other prizes, depending on the venue; 7 p.m. Tuesday, I Hop IPA, 12920 Lowell Blvd., Unit G, Broomfield; free;

Guided group healing: In the group energy balancing sessions, participants will receive energy through a guided healing meditation in a group format. Group leaders will guide people through a visualization and bring in a flow of energy to facilitate the intended balancing; 11 a.m. Tuesday, The Healing Studio, 18 Garden Center, Broomfield; $20-$110;

Sound bath ceremony: Sound baths are an immersion into vibration and sound that help participants create deep meditation, peace, clarity of mind and reduce pain and stress; 7 p.m. Tuesday, The Healing Studio, 18 Garden Center, Broomfield; $33;


SCORE! summer sports camp: SCORE! sports camp is for children and preteens ages 6-12 at Calvary Church. This high-energy camp will offer various sports activities, including basketball, soccer and volleyball. The camp aims to provide children with an enjoyable environment to learn new skills, establish friendships and learn more about Jesus; 5:45 Wednesday, Calvary Church, 12700 Sheridan Blvd., Broomfield; $5;


Omni Unplugged Sessions — Jordan Lyn: Jordan is a 23-year-old singer-songwriter with pop and R&B influences based out of Denver; 5 p.m. Thursday, Omni Interlocken, 500 Interlocken Blvd., Broomfield; free;


Anavrin’s Day at 100 Nickel: Anavrin’s Day is a Denver-based cover band formed by Jonathan Cernan. His goal was to collaborate with other musicians to pay tribute to the grunge/alternative music he loves from the 1990s; 8 p.m. Friday, 100 Nickel, 100 Nickel St., Broomfield; $10;

Catfish night at Stearns Lake: Catfish night is an opportunity for anglers to fish at night when Stearns Lake is usually closed. Bring family and friends, and enjoy a summer night fishing at the lake; 7:30 p.m. Friday, Carolyn Holmberg Preserve at Rock Creek Farm – Stearns Lake Trailhead, 2190 S. 104th St., Broomfield; free;

Drum circle: The practice of drumming allows people to experience freedom, connection and healing. It is a universal language where all people can be a part, free from words and concepts, a space of self-discovery and expression; 6 p.m. Friday, The Healing Studio, 18 Garden Center, Broomfield; $30;

Family theater shows: Enjoy a free show made by kids for kids. Each week, the stories will be completely different, all on the theme of Greek god myths; 6:30 p.m. Friday, Broomfield Auditorium, 3 Community Park Road, Broomfield; free-$5;