CIPA’s Summer Picnic (Potluck) – A Summer Social Event

August 18, 2018 @ 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm America/Denver Timezone
Boulder Waldorf Kindergarten
4072 19th St
Boulder, CO 80304
Bob Schram, CIPA President
CIPA's Summer Picnic (Potluck) - A Summer Social Event @ Boulder Waldorf Kindergarten | Boulder | Colorado | United States

THIS EVENT IS FREE – We just ask you to sign-up to bring a potluck item here:

On Saturday, August 18th, from Noon to 4pm, join the literary community at the Colorado Independent Publisher Association (CIPA) annual summer picnic. CIPA members & nonmembers are welcome! Bring the family!

Do you have a

  • Story and want a book?
  • Talent to make a book?
  • Book written and want to publish?
  • Published book you want to reach more readers?

Come join CIPA for an end-of-the summer picnic potluck before the new CIPA meetings kick off in September. The picnic will be on Saturday, August 18, 2018 from 12pm – 4pm. But feel free to stick around later!

This year the picnic will be at Boulder Waldorf Kindergarten, in Boulder, Colorado. Drive up early and walk around the beautiful shops on Pearl Street, or visit beautiful Chautauqua Park, walk along Boulder Creek, or perhaps visit the Farmers Market! There is no shortage of things to do in Boulder.

Who: CIPA members, non-members, current board members, past board members, future board members, writers, designers, publishers, marketers – anyone loving the literary world. Families, kids welcome!

What: BYOG (Bring your own grillables) +  Potluck munchies

CIPA will supply utensils, plates and cups

Bonus:  Share your favorite book, your own books. There will be plenty of tables!

What NOT to bring: No alcohol or other substances, no glass containers. No dogs.

Date: 08/18/2018 (Sat.)
Time: 12:00pm – 4:00pm MDT
Location: Boulder Waldorf Kindergarten, at 4072 19th Street, Boulder, CO 80304

Sign up for a potluck item, and let us know you are coming!
We can’t wait to see you!


  1. dana


    Why don’t we bring our own meat to grill? Everyone has particular food needs, vegetarian or is picky- let’s just let everyone take care of their own needs in regard to meat.

    • Veronica Yager


      You can certainly bring your own meat to grill. Thanks! Hope to see you there.

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