Next weekend Loveland, Colorado is the place to be for artists an art-lovers alike. It’s sculpture show weekend, with two major sculpture shows and Art in the Park. Find out more by clicking here.
Check out my new article about the Gnarly Barley Brew Festival in Loveland, Colorado on August 7, 2010. At the end of the article, leave a comment letting me know your favorite Colorado beer and you’ll be entered to win 2 free tickets to the event. The winner will be chosen at random on Monday, August 2, 2010. Find the article by clicking here.
POST UPDATE: The 2011 Cherry Pie Festival will be held on July 23. All info here. Loveland, Colorado has a lot to celebrate – most recently Money Magazine named it the 33rd best place to live in America, and in the not so distant past, AARP ranked Loveland as the #1 retirement town in America. Loveland has a rich agricultural past, and the area is best known for the historic
s A preview of the 62nd Annual Burro Days, this weekend in Fairplay, Colorado. Click here for all the details.
s s As promised, I will be posting the occasional movie review. Here’s my review of Leonardo DiCaprio’s new science fiction flick “Inception.”
No matter your musical tastes, Colorado has got you covered this weekend; from bluegrass to jazz, from country to reggae, there’s a little something for everyone. First up, the 38th Annual Rocky Grass in Lyons, July 23-25, 2010. This festival is held at Planet Bluegrass Ranch, 500 W. Main, along the banks of the St. Vrain River, and features top-notch bluegrass acts. Doc Watson, Patty Loveless, and Tony Rice, along
ss ss Discover Deadwood, South Dakota and the surrounding Black Hills. It’s not just for gamblers! Read all about it here.
I promise you this: if you’ve enjoyed watching World Cup, you’ll enjoy Major League Soccer. I’ve been an avid Colorado Rapids fan for a while now. Some friends call it an addiction, but I call it thrilling entertainment (read the top 5 reasons I love soccer here). Major League Soccer is exciting, fun and just out your front door. That’s right, and for my Northern Colorado based readers, it’s
Originally published in the Berthoud Weekly Surveyor. Turn back the clock and kick up your heels at the 40s Fly In this weekend at the Fort Collins-Loveland Municipal Airport. Our local airport has been chosen as one of 110 stops for the Collings Foundation’s Wings of Freedom Tour. Collings Foundation works to preserve aviation history by touring the country with WWII aircraft. During this three-day event, the public can get
Held annual on the second weekend in July, this year (2010) will be the 4th SummerFest celebration. This community celebration features a smorgasbord of events, including an opening evening of wine and music on Friday, July 9. This event is hosted by World Beverage and kicks off the weekend with attendees enjoying samples of over 600 wines, appetizers and live music, all in the tranquil ambiance of Foote Lagoon in