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View Poll Results: When did you last attend a cultural facility or event in a major city?
Within the past week 7 29.17%
Within the past month 7 29.17%
Within the past three months 2 8.33%
Within the past six months 5 20.83%
Within the past year 1 4.17%
Longer or never 2 8.33%
Voters: 24. You may not vote on this poll

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Old 07-17-2012, 09:54 PM
 
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This weekend I went to one of them art walks, followed by a 1000+ person "Zombie Walk" and ended up at a midnight showing of a zombie movie. If that doesn't count as a cultural event in your book, your book is boring.
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Old 07-18-2012, 12:42 AM
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State regional museums can be neat, and I find western history interesting. Went to the BC Museum last summer in its provincial capital (Victoria), which had a large section on the native population as well as the settlement history of British Columbia, which I think is similar in age and population size to Colorado, as well as having a similar proportion of its population in one metro.

Went to the New York State museum in Albany a couple years back. Some big cities have a museum devoted to their history, would like to visit one.
I've been to that museum in BC. It's really neat. The CO history museum is the equivalent of the NYS museum.

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This weekend I went to one of them art walks, followed by a 1000+ person "Zombie Walk" and ended up at a midnight showing of a zombie movie. If that doesn't count as a cultural event in your book, your book is boring.
Sounds like fun! This thread wasn't to find out what kind of arts people enjoy. I have explained a couple of times why I chose museums and theater.
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