It’s no secret, the Mayor of HeidiTown is a fanatical fan of soccer. Seriously folks, I LOVE soccer. LOVE. And it’s been a great year for Colorado soccer fans… first the World Cup and now the Colorado Rapids have made it to the MLS final in Toronto. There are several watch parties in Denver, but there wasn’t an organized event in Northern Colorado, so I decided to put one together
Here’s a contest sure to make you scream! The Mayor is giving away 3 pairs of tickets to the Battle of the Haunts, the longest running haunted attraction in Northern Colorado. This attraction features TWO haunts and your ticket gets you into both. If you make it out alive, you can vote on the haunt you enjoyed the most. First up, Destination Terror. Enter the world of Baron Eric
Here’s a little secret, the Mayor loves anything Latin – food, music, siestas, beer, dance – especially the dancing. So when I heard about Brazil Fest in Fort Collins I had to give this little fiesta a HeidiTown shout out. Rodizio Grill is presenting this free, one-day event to benefit Americas Wyoming Chapter Breast Cancer project. The project is raising money for a mobile mammography unit and a portion
By Heidi Kerr-Schlaefer The Surveyor The Foothills Wine and Food Experience, the Fifth Annual Taste of Loveland, will be Thursday, April 22, 2010, from 6 to 9 p.m. The event has formerly been held at The Ranch, but this year it will be at the well-appointed Embassy Suites just east of I25 at Crossroads Boulevard. The event is the annual fundraiser for Foothill’s Gateway, Inc. and Namaqua Center. The Foothill
Six bars, six drinks, one night… (1st stop, Drunken Monkey at 151 S. College Ave., Fort Collins, C olorado. Photo by Heidi Kerr-Schlaefer) Today on www.DenverSixShooter.com, a bar-going community for the literate, urban lush. Click HERE to read all about the Mayor’s adventures around Fort Collins.
I am going to come clean. I am not much of a shopper. In fact, I rarely shop unless it is a necessity. So when Christmas comes around, I enjoy shopping in historic downtowns, because the stores are locally owned, and they are entertaining. Downtown retail business owners have to be creative in order to compete with the strip malls and mega stores, and they often line their shelves with