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Thursday, November 15, 2018

‘Variety’ Archives

Sweetheart Violetts selling African Violets

Sweetheart Violetts selling African Violets

  The Loveland Sweetheart Violetts Society will have its annual Valentine’s sales on Saturday, February 3 and February 10. African violets and related plants plus supplies will be on sale. The February 3 event will be hosted by the Hart Gallery, 135 E 4th Street in Loveland from 9:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. The February 10 sale will be at The Flower Bin, 1085 Nelson Road, Longmont, from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. The Society is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the growth and ... Full Story

Foothills Audubon February Program

Foothills Audubon February Program

     

LTO Star Night: January 2018

LTO Star Night: January 2018

The guest speaker for this public star night will be Dr. Cherilynn Morrow and the topic of her talk will be about the astronomy of Chaco Culture National Historic Park. The presentation for Little Thompson Observatory will offer an educational and entertaining description of astronomy and archaeo-astronomy at the remote Chaco Culture National Historical Park in northwestern New Mexico, particularly as it relates to Dr. Morrow's recent research and interpretative activities there. Dr. ... Full Story

Foothills Audubon January 2018 meeting

Foothills Audubon January 2018 meeting

       

LTO Star Night November 2017

LTO Star Night November 2017

  The guest speakers are Mark Rennert, John Hiatt, John Ensworth and Ian Bolinger. The first solar eclipse in 99 years to traverse the United States from coast to coast was truly amazing. It was so amazing we think it’s worth reliving at least one more time. If you were not able to see it in its glorious full totality, or even if you did, we’d like to share the experience with you. LTO volunteers, John Ensworth, John Hiatt, Mark Rennert and junior volunteer, Ian ... Full Story

Volunteers still needed

Volunteers still needed

Seventh Annual Weld Project Connect Oct. 20; volunteers still needed Volunteers are still needed to help be navigators for the guests at the seventh annual Weld Project Connect at Island Grove Park in Greeley on Oct. 20. Weld Project Connect is a one-day event that provides free on-site services such as haircuts, flu shots, medical screenings, senior services, veterans’ services, legal counseling and many other services to those in need. A total of 1,225 people received services ... Full Story

Nine Days Birding in Nicaragua

Nine Days Birding in Nicaragua

LaVern Johnson, Lioness of Lyons, turns 90

LaVern Johnson, Lioness of Lyons, turns 90

LaVern Johnson, icon of Lyons, Colorado is celebrating her 90th birthday. She is known for being a "key person" in: saving the high school from closing, preventing the Coffin Top Dam, stopping housing on toxic dumps, expanding the parks, fighting for affordable housing, creating and curating the Redstone Museum, founding the Lyons Historical Society, creating a dog park, fighting against alcohol and marijuana, particularly with kids in mind, and promoting Lyons ... Full Story

LTO Star Night: June 2017

LTO Star Night: June 2017

  The guest speaker is Dr. Suzanne Metlay, and the title of her presentation is “All-American Eclipse on August 21” Enjoy the unique experience of a solar eclipse safely and well-informed about the local logistics and celestial mechanics. We will discuss: eye safety, where to go within easy driving distance, what you can expect to see, and why an eclipse occurs. Let’s talk about planetary tilts, orbits, alignments, eccentricities, and the excitement of your own upcoming ... Full Story

Two dogs confirmed with rabies

Two dogs confirmed with rabies

Make sure your pets are vaccinated DENVER—Two pet dogs have tested positive for rabies, one in Weld County and one in Yuma County. These are the first cases of rabies among dogs in Colorado since 2003, when a dog from Texas tested positive. The last time a dog was exposed and developed rabies in Colorado was 1974. All contacts of these two dogs have been identified and have sought appropriate care to prevent rabies; these animals did not create a risk to other members of the public. The ... Full Story

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