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Archive for January 2, 2011

Fort Collins offers youth programs for 2011

From Sports to Arts, Fort Collins Recreation has a program for your child. December 30, 2010 (FORT COLLINS, Colorado) – The City of Fort Collins Recreation Department offers a wide variety of youth programs to start off the New Year.  From youth team sports like Basketball to creative opportunities like Artists Café, Recreation has a program your child can benefit from while exploring new opportunities and meeting new friends. For more information or to register for any of these ... Full Story

Exhibits at the Loveland Museum/Gallery Inspire

LOVELAND- Two current exhibits at the Loveland Museum/Gallery have inspired classes for all ages to enjoy. In the Envision: China Modern exhibit, patrons can enjoy the range and depth of contemporary Chinese art through video, photography, sculpture and painting. The exhibit has inspired a series of programs for adults, as well as a few classes for kids and/or families in the two-week long Threads to China celebration, taking place at the Museum from January 19 – February 5.  The ... Full Story

Sky Tonight—January 3, Quadrantid meteors for Asia

Sky Tonight—January 3, Quadrantid meteors for Asia and Europe before dawn January 4

Courtesy of EarthSky A Clear Voice for Science Visit EarthSky at www.EarthSky.org Two major events will take place tomorrow – on Tuesday, January 4 – a meteor shower and a solar eclipse. Neither one is particular well placed for the Americas. The annual Quadrantid meteor shower is expected to produce its greatest number of meteors in the wee hours before dawn tomorrow. If predictions hold true, it should be best seen from western Asia and Eastern Europe. Then a partial eclipse of ... Full Story

Three-Goal Third Period Pushes Brahmas Past Eagles

Three-Goal Third Period Pushes Brahmas Past Eagles

NORTH RICHLAND HILLS, Texas - The Colorado Eagles fell, 5-2, to the Texas Brahmas at the NYTEX Sports Centre, pushing their all-time record at the arena to 0-7-1 (including playoffs). The loss was Colorado's only one on a road trip that saw them take on the top team from each conference and visit three cities in as many days. Greg Hogeboom, the Brahmas' leading scorer, got the game's first goal 2:50 in by taking a long pass from Jason Deitsch and beating Kyle Jones from the top of ... Full Story

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