Girl throwing colorful fall leaves in the air in front of her face.

While we may still be under quarantine, there is plenty to do this weekend. Check out these 6 things you can do to fight boredom and feel better.


Feel Good Friday | 12:15 p.m.
Learn about a work of art before participating in a related mindfulness practice. This weekly guided meditation can help undo stress, soothe your nervous system and help you feel more relaxed. Feel Good Friday is a weekly workshop that is open to students, staff, faculty and the general public. No experience necessary, all are welcome.

Register to attend Feel Good Friday

Fri-Yay Night | 5:15 p.m.
This gentle flow yoga class will feature a live harp designed to relax your body and mind with healing music. The vibrations of the harp will help guide your consciousness towards a calm, peaceful state of mind. No experience necessary, all are welcome.

Register to attend Fri-Yay Night Yoga


Homecoming Wherever You Roam 5K | Anytime
Lace up your running shoes and get outside for the Wherever You Roam Virtual 5K! Alumni, students, parents and Buffs fans around the world are invited to participate by running or walking a 5K any time throughout the month of October. Register to receive a race bib, CU-themed medal and a CU spirit pack. Best of all, $5 of every registration directly supports student scholarship and wellness funds!

Register for the Wherever You Roam 5K

Watch The Light Shines On | Anytime
Stream the acclaimed CU short film The Light Shines On. Your CU pride is sure to swell during this inspiring 30-minute historical look at CU Boulder. 

Watch: The Light Shines On


Hip Hop Groove Virtual Fitness Class | 11 a.m.
This free virtual fitness class will feel more like a party than a workshop. Hip Hop Groove combines easy-to-follow hip hop dance moves with sculpting routines to target your glutes, thighs, abs and arms. Come jam with us to the hottest hip hop music ranging back to the 90s.

Register for Hip Hop Groove

Take a solo hike | Anytime
Enjoy a relaxing Sunday out of the house by taking a solo hike to see the fall leaves. Here are a few trails you can check out for the best colors:

Wonderland Lake
This 1.5-mile loop is ideal for beginner hikers or anyone looking for an easy-going trail. In the fall, there are plenty of sights to see, including migratory birds, deer and fall foliage.

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