It’s time for another segment on KRFC 88.9 FM, and this weekend is full of Colorado festivals you won’t want to miss. In fact, you may want to clone yourself – and if you figure out how to do that, please share, because I am in desperate need of a clone or two this summer! If you’d rather listen to the audio from my radio show, just click HERE, but
This post includes some exciting news! The new HeidiTown.com banners are at the printers, so look for one at a festival near you this summer. And now on to our regular scheduled programming… the following is the transcript from my weekly segment on KRFC 88. 9 FM. If you’d rather listen to the audio, click here. *** Hi, my name is Heidi and I’m the Mayor of HeidiTown.com, a blog
Small towns are full of character and characters, and that’s what makes travel across this country so great. Meeting interesting people, trying new restaurants, exploring the unknown and learning a little about an area are the reasons I enjoy being a tourist. However, when you meet a tourist in your own town, are you excited to tell them about your community, or do you struggle to find something nice to
It’s another upside down week here in HeidiTown.com. This post usually goes up on Thursday, but again, a writing conflict is interfering with the Tuesday post, so I’m posting this early. The following is my weekly segment on KRFC 88.9 FM. Listen to the audio –> HERE, or read the following transcript of the show. Hi, my name is Heidi, and I’m the Mayor of HeidiTown.com, a blog about events,
It’s an upside down week here at HeidiTown.com. The transcripts from my radio segment on KRFC 88.9 FM, usually get posted on Thursdays, but due to a writing scheduling conflict this week, I’m switching things up. On Thursday, I will post my review of Cole Porter’s “Anything Goes,” now playing at the Candlelight Dinner Playhouse. Listen to the audio of the follow transcript –> HERE. Hi, my name is Heidi
Find out what’s going on in Colorado this weekend, September 16-18, 2011. From Oktoberfests to art festivals, you can always find something interesting to do this in colorful Colorado.
It’s true that kids run and play in South Park, and the occasional burro can be seen trotting through town. It is also true that South Park is located in the Colorado Rockies. However, it’s probably not the town that that’s popped into to your mind. Find out more about the real South Park City in my new post by clicking here.
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
Museum: a building or place where works of art, scientific specimens, or other objects of permanent value are kept and displayed. With the fall season up on us, and the festival and event season slowing down, individuals and families will be looking for ways to fill their weekends with fun. So I’ve decided to introduce a new section in HeidiTown dedicated to museums. In these posts, appearing on the front