One of the perks of being in my line of work is that occasionally I am invited to check out a new place. I don’t always accept these invites, but when The Wild Game in Longmont asked if I’d be willing to check them out on the house, I knew Ryan would be disappointed if I turned them down – the guy loves games. The second The Wild Game opened
Read this closely guys, because the planning for this holiday usually falls on your shoulders. Here are a few ideas from the Mayor, and I think any of these date nights will score you big points this Valentine’s Day. 1. Dinner theater – There’s a slight chance all the dinner theater joints are already booked for Valentine’s Day, but it’s worth checking. Dinner theater is an entire evening of fun
If you are anything like me, you bowl about once or twice a year. I recently bowled with my husband on a Friday evening date night at Sweetheart Lanes in Loveland. I was reminded – I love to bowl! I’m not good at it and my form is probably atrocious. I don’t think I’ve ever broken a 100. But there’s something intrinsically fun about bowling.
Last night we attended a karaoke contest at Chipper Lanes in Fort Collins. The contest was touted as an international karaoke contest with live judges. The winner receives $4,000 and a recording session. The contest started last night and runs for several months with the winners of each session competing in a semi-final and eventually traveling to Florida to compete in the finals. A good friend from Denver is