For many years, people thought the Mayor (that’s me) lived in the mountains. Breckenridge and Durango were cited most often. A few HeidiTown citizens thought I was from Ouray. Now, 12 years later, the cat’s out of the bag. I am from Loveland. I moved here 17 years ago from Denver. While I have watched changes and a lot of growth in Loveland, a few things remain the same. My
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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.
Click here for the summer 2011 Foote Lagoon Concert Series information. The Mayor thinks the Foote Lagoon in Loveland, Colorado, is one of the best small town outdoor music venues in the state. The lagoon is located at 500 E. 3rd Street, in historic old town. Join the fun at these FREE, Thursday summer evening concerts. Each concerts start at 7 p.m. June 17 – The Jurrassicasters play classic rock
Each summer, on the second weekend in August, an internationally renowned event occurs in Loveland, Colorado. In the weeks leading up to the grand affair, giant figures can be seen making their way into town, via large flatbed trucks. Eagles, stallions, buffalos and more, make their way down the streets of Loveland, on their way to participate in this special event. Sculpture show weekend in Loveland consists of three art
Photo by H.M. Kerr-Schlaefer (The Elders at Loveland’s Foote Lagoon on July 9, 2009) Celtic music is in my blood, literally. My Scottish and Irish genes co-mingled to make me an undeniable descendant of the Celts, complete with red hair and freckles and a propensity to sunburn. From childhood the tunes of the fiddle, drum and bagpipe have inspired me to move. Throughout my life I have loaded up