The weather along Colorado’s Front Range is predicted to be more spring-like than fall-like this weekend. With temps in the mid-70s, it will be a great weekend to stroll the streets of Denver or take the family on a bike ride in the foothills. Whatever you do, I recommend getting outside! From soccer to art, there’s a lot going on this weekend. As a reminder HeidiTown is not a calendar
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%
Small town festivals are a great way to get to know a place, and this one is no exception. On June 5, 2010, Berthoud, Colorado, a town of 5,000, will be celebrating the 56th annual Berthoud Day. The town is situated 45 miles north of Denver and 66 miles south of Cheyenne. Berthoud’s nickname is the “Garden Spot of Colorado,” and it lives up to the name with tree-lined streets
A freshly roasted ear of corn dripping in butter and sprinkled with a little pepper – this is why we head to Corn Roast Festival in Loveland, Colorado every year. This year’s festival kicks off at 5 p.m. today – and don’t be late! At 5:30 p.m. the famous Corn Shucking Contest will be held. Hundreds of ears of corn will be shucked right before your eyes.