Looking for something to do this weekend in Colorado? From book fairs to science festivals, it’s a weekend filled with culture and fun from Colorado Springs to Fort Collins to Durango. Here’s the line up for October 14-16, 2011. Note to Subscribers: You will have to head over to HeidiTown.com to view this video.
Looking for something to do this weekend in Colorado? It’s October and that means haunted houses and ghost tours, but there’s a lot of other stuff going on too. From Durango to Fort Collins, it’s another exciting weekend to be living in Colorado. For those of you who subscribe, you have to head over to HeidiTown.com to watch the video.
Looking for something to do this weekend in Colorado? From chili festivals to Oktoberfests, it’s never boring in Colorful Colorado. Here’s my segment for this week – the HeidiTown.com segments air on Wednesdays and Fridays on KRFC 88.9 FM. Note to my wonderful subscribers: You will have to head over to HeidiTown.com to view the video in this blog post.
For the past several weeks I’ve done a lot of chatting about Oktoberfests, and this is because I think, when done right, they are such fun and unique festivals. There are two Oktoberfests fast approaching that I want to bring to your attention. You will not find an eighties cover band headlining these fests, because both work to provide authentic Oktoberfest experiences that embrace and emphasize Northern Colorado’s rich German
Got a craving for a big beer and some polka music? You are in luck! The Mayor of HeidiTown loves a good Oktoberfest, so I’ve created a list of all the festivals around Colorado. From Durango to Berthoud, from Steamboat Springs to Lamar, all across the state Coloradoans will be celebrating German heritage with beer, brats and polka. Festivals run September though October. Find out where to join in the
I’m excited to tell my readers about this festival. This is not an Oktoberfest, but a celebration of German culture at a family-friendly event in Morrison, Colorado. The 15th Annual Biergarten Festival is a yearly event hosted by the German American Chamber of Commerce of Colorado (GACC-CO). The event is set up to resemble an authentic German beer garden atmosphere – the kind of place German families spend time together
If you are anything like me, you plan ahead – especially when it comes to the busy summer months. On that note, I’m going to do my very best to give you a heads up on Colorado summer festivals well before they happen. This way, you can fill up your summer calendar with lots of fun and not miss any of it! I won’t always get ahead of stuff… sometimes
If you’ve been a longtime resident of HeidiTown, you know that the Mayor likes movies. I don’t post movie reviews here anymore, but I still see a lot of movies, and I love the Oscars despite the fact that there are now ten best picture nominees (it’s hard enough finding 5 movies good enough to be best picture nominees). The 83rd Academy Awards will be held on Sunday, February 27,
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.