s The stars will be out in Fort Collins, Colorado this weekend at the TriMedia Film Festival. Find out who, when and where you can rub shoulders with these industry people by reading this preview of the event.
The Mayor of HeidiTown.com is happy to announce she will be guest blogging for The Beet Street Blog. Beet Street exists as a catalyst to develop Fort Collins, Colorado into a nationally recognized arts and culture center and destination by distinguishing ourselves as an intellectually vital community that fosters, celebrates, and inspires human creativity. Read my blog today by clicking here… Harvestival, celebrating the bounty of Northern Colorado.
s s This film is now playing at both the The Kress Cinema & Lounge in Greeley and at Lyric Cinema Cafe in Fort Collins. Find out if “Get Low” is worth an evening on the town at one of these fine independent theaters. Read the movie review here.
It may be just another three-day weekend, but the roots of Labor Day run deep in American history. The first Labor Day was celebrated on September 5, 1882, in New York. The Central Labor Union was responsible for the first celebration. In 1884, the first Monday in September was chosen as Labor Day and the Central Labor Union in New York encouraged other labor organizations around the country to celebrate
This event caught my eye because bluegrass music is always a good time and at $10, ticket prices are just right. This weekend Laporte, Colorado will be alive with the sound of the fiddle, banjo and guitar. It’s the First Annual Northern Colorado Bluegrass Festival to be held on Sunday, September 5 at Bar Double-S. Laporte is just six miles northwest of Fort Collins on Old US-287. Bar Double-S is
HeidiTown is not a calendar of events. I simply share with you the events I find interesting and worthy of comment. This weekend there just so happens to be one of those events in my backyard. Author of “Party Across America,” Michael Guerriero, describes Tour De Fat as a “rolling carnival on wheels that’s sponsored by a brewery with a conscience”¦ part costume party, part pedaling pandemonium, and 100%