Ragged Union with Benny ‘Burle‘ Galloway — Ragged Union has performed timeless, original songs in a world-class bluegrass setting since 2013, playing at major festivals, including IBMA‘s Wide Open Bluegrass, John Hartford Memorial, Northwest String Summit, and Darrington Bluegrass. Ragged Union‘s 2017 release, “Time Captain,” reached number 7 on the Roots Americana Radio Chart; 9 p.m., Gold Hill Inn, 401 Main St., Boulder; $10.
“The Dining Room” — Four generations, husbands and wives and grandparents and grandchildren find themselves in conflict over proper table manners and changing culture in the comedy “The Dining Room.” Viva Theatre, boasting a cast from ages 9 through 90, presents the play; 7 p.m., Dairy Arts Center, 2590 Walnut St., Boulder; $15-$18;, .
Poster Signing with Anne Gifford — Anne Gifford designed this year‘s Bolder Boulder poster and will be signing them tonight for this #BolderBoulder weekend. She has designed several past Bolder Boulder posters and will have some of them available for signing as well; 5 p.m., Boulder Arts & Crafts Gallery, 1421 Pearl St., Boulder; free;.
Palestinian Talks About Nonviolence Movement in Palestine — Ahmed Odeh, founder of the Center for Freedom and Justice in Palestine, was inspired by concepts of nonviolent strategic action. He spearheaded a movement in 2007 to focus on grass roots nonviolent action, community empowerment and sustainable agricultural work and to work with Israelis who believe in peace and the rights of the Palestinians; 7 p.m., Humanities 250, 1610 Pleasant St., Boulder; free; .
James Pogue: “Chosen Country” — James Pogue will speak about and sign his new book, “Chosen Country: A Rebellion in the West”; 7:30 p.m., Boulder Book Store, 1107 Pearl St., Boulder; $5;, .
Boulder Farmers Market — A growers-only farmers market in Boulder. Fresh produce, meat, flowers, eggs, cheese, breads and more; 8 a.m. Saturday, Boulder Farmers Market, 13th St. Between Arapahoe and Canyon, Boulder; free;, .
Boulder Creek Festival — Boulder Creek Festival has been the unofficial kickoff to summer in Boulder. The event includes three days of festivities featuring a large variety of events, activities, food and entertainment unique to the Boulder community. The Festival is free to the public and features something for everyone: nine separate event areas with 500 vendors showcase everything from community arts and crafts to healthier alternatives and technology while three performance stages feature a spectrum of music and dance. The festival also features carnival rides and food and beverage vendors; Saturday through Monday, south of Canyon Boulevard in the area between 14th Street and Broadway; free; .
Cigar Box Guitars — Colorado artists Michael Bradshaw, Donald DeNoncourt, Peter Faris, and Michael O‘Reilly share their handsome, working cigar box guitars in this unusual reclaimed material art exhibit; 10:30 a.m. Saturday, Bricolage Gallery, at Art Parts Creative Reuse Center, 2870 Bluff St., Boulder; free;, .
End-of-Year Recital — Join Boulder Ballet‘s end-of-year recitals featuring all students. Younger students perform in a mini-showcase on Saturday at 2 p.m. or Sunday at noon or 2 p.m. These performances also feature special performances by upper-level students. All other students perform on Saturday and Sunday at 4 p.m. Dance styles include modern dance, character dance and pas de deux; Boulder Ballet, 2590 Walnut St., Suite 10, Boulder;, .
Memorial Day Remembrance Concert — As part of the Boulder Creek Festival, music director Silas Nathaniel Huff has prepared a rousing and moving Memorial Day observance program, designed to honor the service of our lost heroes, plus all past and present service men and women and their families. With special guests, Navy Band Northwest, from Seattle; 10 a.m. Sunday, Boulder Bandshell, 1212 Canyon Blvd., Boulder; free; .