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Monday, February 8, 2016

‘Variety’ Archives

Benefit dance at the “Old” Loveland Opera

The Independent Order of Odd Fellows is hosting a dance at their building in Loveland. Originally built as the Loveland Opera House, this lovely facility needs some restoration. The Dance on May 22 is a fund raiser for the building. Come out and  have a good time dancing for a good cause. See the attached flyer.

When to Plant Your Vegetables

By: Kathy Roth Colorado State University Extension Master Gardener in Larimer County Growing your own vegetables allows you to truly understand what “fresh” means. Even if you have a small garden area, or plant your veggies in containers (like I did on my apartment balcony back in the ‘80s), you can reap the rewards of homegrown produce. Growing vegetables in Colorado necessitates understanding that we have challenges—temperature swings, cold spring winds, a short growing season, ... Full Story

Opening of Quinn’s new art Gallery

Opening of Quinn’s new art Gallery

You and your friends are invited to the opening of Quinn’s new art gallery at her home, Sunday, May 16, 2010, 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm. Over a hundred framed pieces of Quinn’s original art for sale as a benefit for the LARIMER HUMANE SOCIETY. Join us for a artful and fun afternoon – 15% of all sales will go to help animals that depend on us. www.larimerhumane.org Come check out Quinn’s new gallery and help the Humane Society. See you Sunday afternoon. We depend on word of mouth. ... Full Story

In The Heights opens at the Buell Theater

In The Heights opens at the Buell Theater

DENVER – In The Heights, winner of four 2008 Tony Awards® and the 2008 Grammy® Award for Best Musical Show Album, is coming to the Buell Theatre in Denver from April 28 to May 9. Single tickets now on sale at www.denvercenter.org or by phone. In The Heights tells the universal story of a vibrant community in New York’s Washington Heights neighborhood – a place where the coffee from the corner bodega is light and sweet, the windows are always open and the breeze carries the rhythm of ... Full Story

Rialto Theater Celebrates 90 Years of Entertainment

Rialto Theater Celebrates 90 Years of Entertainment

Press Release On a warm May evening in 1920, Loveland residents waited with breathless anticipation for the grand opening of the Rialto Theater. A true gem for Northern Colorado, newspapers of the time called the Rialto, “the finest theater north of Denver. ” Over the years the theater has been home to Hollywood’s best films, traveling vaudeville troupes, performing artists and Loveland’s own performing arts groups. The historic Rialto Theater is celebrating its 90th Anniversary in 2010 ... Full Story

Nonesuch Theater offers “la-de-da” …

Nonesuch Theater offers “la-de-da” … performing arts for young people

la-de-da ... performing arts for young people, now at Nonesuch Theater will hold musical theater workshops for young people throughout the summer. Young actors from 2nd through 12th grade will spend five hours a day for two weeks working on an original musical with a free performance on the last day on the Nonesuch stage. New this summer, an overnight camp at Pingree Park. Go to www.ladedacolorado.com for schedule and more information or call 970-224-0444. Email at nick@ladedacolorado.com. This ... Full Story

Call to Artists for Berthoud Art in the Garden

Call to Artists for Berthoud Art in the Garden

Berthoud Area Humanities Alliance (BAHA) and Citizens First (CF) are sending out a call to all Berthoud Area artists for the first Art in the Garden event to be held on Saturday, June 26 from 4:00 to 8:00 p. m. in the beautiful garden of the historic Waggener home, 980 Mountain Avenue, in Berthoud. Art in the Garden will provide a showcase for painters, photographers, sculptors and potters featuring Berthoud area artists. There is no entry fee, ten percent of the artists’ total sales from the ... Full Story

Summer Hosts Needed at Two Visitor Centers

Summer Hosts Needed at Two Visitor Centers

Fort Collins, Colo. (April 20, 2010) – The U. S. Forest Service Canyon Lakes Ranger District is looking for summer hosts to greet visitors at the historic Arrowhead Lodge Visitor Center located in the Poudre Canyon and the Stub Creek Visitor Center located in the Laramie River Valley. Arrowhead was formerly a summer resort, dating from the 1930s, and includes interpretive cabins. It is a very popular stop in the canyon, 35 miles west of Fort Collins, with approximately 8,000 visitors stopping ... Full Story

Ptarmigan String Quartet at Methodist Church

The Ptarmigan String Quartet will be performing at the Berthoud United Methodist Church on Sunday, April 25 at 3 p.m. This is a free concert with donations being accepted for the church building fund.

If nothing ever changed, there’d be no

If nothing ever changed, there’d be no butterflies

The Colorado Natural Heritage Program and Larimer County Department of Natural Resources need your help to catch butterflies! Volunteers must be willing to hike on uneven terrain, identify and catch specific butterflies, and deliver them to the Natural Resources office. This rare opportunity is taking place in order to observe the Hop-feeding Azure, Ottoe Skipper, Mottled Dusky Wing, Simius Roadside Skipper, and Snow's Skipper near Horsetooth Mountain Open Space and Lory State Park. Call soon ... Full Story

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