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Archive for November, 2010

Hermit Park closes December 20

  Hermit Park Open Space to Implement Winter-Season Closure The Larimer County Department of Natural Resources has instituted an operational business change for the winter months at Hermit Park Open Space. The area will be closed to all use starting on December 20, 2010. It will open again for all use on March 1, 2011. These are typically the months of lowest visitation with very few campers or hikers.

Larimer County Annual Entrance Permits for 2011

The 2011 Larimer County Department of Natural Resources' Annual Entrance Permits, for parks and open spaces managed by Larimer County, will be available for purchase on December 1. These are 13-month permits, valid December 2010, through December 2011, and allow use of Carter Lake, Flatiron Reservoir, Hermit Park Open Space, Horsetooth Reservoir, Horsetooth Mountain Open Space, Pinewood Reservoir, and Ramsay-Shockey Open Space. The following permits will be available for purchase online at ... Full Story

EarthSky Tonight—Nov 19, Moon in front of Aries the

EarthSky Tonight—Nov 19, Moon in front of Aries the Ram

Courtesy of EarthSky A Clear Voice for Science Visit EarthSky at www.EarthSky.org The moon shines in front of the constellation Aries the Ram tonight. But the glare of the almost-full waxing gibbous moon will make the mighty Ram look sheepish in the moon-drenched sky. The moon will turn full on November 21. This will be the third of four full moons to fall in between the September equinox and the December solstice. Generally, there are only three full moons in one season, so the third of ... Full Story

Community Thanksgiving Worship Service

Community Thanksgiving Worship Service

  Sunday, November 21, 2010 First United Methodist Church 7:00 p.m. Service conducted by Rev. Scott Phillips and Rev. Stephanie Munoz  

Sculpture in the Dark

Sculpture in the Dark

Snow Sculptures and More... Snow Sculpture Event and Street Festival to be held in Downtown Loveland The event is planned for December 10-11, 2010 and will be held in downtown Loveland. Activities include a parade of lights, snow sculpting competition (December 8-11), an artisan show, entertainment, youth art project in conjunction with the Colorado Meth Project, sleigh rides with Santa and wagon rides for the family and more! Snow Sculptors who have competed internationally will magically ... Full Story

EarthSky Tonight—Nov 18, Moon and Jupiter tonight,

EarthSky Tonight—Nov 18, Moon and Jupiter tonight, Venus rises before dawn

Courtesy of EarthSky A Clear Voice for Science Visit EarthSky at www.EarthSky.org The moon and solar system’s largest planet, Jupiter, shine from dusk until well after midnight tonight. They will be very noticeable as the brightest objects in the night sky. After Jupiter and the waxing gibbous moon set in the west before Friday dawn tomorrow, look for the blazing planet Venus to rise in the east before dawn. The little star near it is Spica in the constellation VIrgo. The planet Saturn is ... Full Story

Berthoud’s Danielle Wikre Earns Softball Scholarship

Berthoud’s Danielle Wikre Earns Softball Scholarship

Local Softball Star to Play at Colorado State By Dan Karpiel Sports Writer Berthoud High softball standout Danielle Wikre will be taking her talents north to Fort Collins next fall. On Tuesday night Wikre, a three-time All-Conference and 2010 All-State selection for softball, signed her letter of intent to play softball at Colorado State University. Wikre was also courted by Metropolitan State College of Denver, the University of Northern Colorado and Florida State, but she opted for Colorado ... Full Story

Cinderella comes to Berthoud

Cinderella comes to Berthoud

The Berthoud High School singers and actors are in the final stages of dress rehearsal for  the production of Cinderella. This particular version is the Rogers and Hammerstein play which was written for television and first appeared in 1957 featuring Julie Andrews as Cinderella. Two more television productions were done, the first in 1965 with Leslie Ann Warren as Cinderella and Ginger Rogers as the king. The 1997 production featured Brandy as Cinderella and had Whitney Houston and Whoopi ... Full Story

Hardy’s Photo Imaging is newest chamber member

Hardy’s Photo Imaging is newest chamber member

The Berthoud Area Chamber of Commerce’s newest member, Hardy’s Photo Imaging, celebrated with a ribbon cutting ceremony at the Chamber’s offices on Monday. Hardy's Photo Imaging is a full service graphics business, offering large format printing, digital prints for documents and photography along with photographic services, including product, portrait and artwork reproductions. Hardy's goal is to provide Berthoud and the surrounding area consumers a 'local' option for all their ... Full Story

EarthSky Tonight—Nov 17, No meteors last night? Try

EarthSky Tonight—Nov 17, No meteors last night? Try between moonset and dawn November 18

Courtesy of EarthSky A Clear Voice for Science Visit EarthSky at www.EarthSky.org The forecast calls for the annual Leonid meteor shower to be at its best during the predawn hours on Wednesday, November 17, or Thursday, November 18. Which morning will be best for the U.S.? You’ll have to go out under a clear dark country sky to see for yourself. If the prediction holds true, Asia should be in the best position to see the Leonids at their peak on Thursday – in between moonset and dawn. ... Full Story

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