Lafayette, Colorado - WOW! Children’s Museum (World of Wonder) is pleased to announce that the Museum has received a $4,000 grant from the Elevations Foundation, the charitable arm of Elevations…Continue
Started by WOW! Children's Museum in Lafayette, CO 16 hours ago.
Started by Longmont Times-Call in Longmont, CO on Monday.
“Are you coming to International Night?”“Last year there was henna.”“The food is so good. I swear I could eat it every day of my life.”This is the chatter of students just released from class Friday…Continue
Started by Alexandria Kade in Boulder, CO Nov 11.
You know you’ve got one and at one time played one. One what? A brass instrument of course – trumpet, trombone, French horn, baritone or tuba. Somewhere it is still hiding because you have never really been able to part with what was once a really fun aspect of your life. Then again, perhaps you have kept “in shape” or maybe you are even a professional. Any of the scenarios will…Continue
Posted by The Denver Brass on November 20, 2014 at 4:26pm
The goal of this book fair is to support local Boulder artists and art admirers.
BOULDER – The Barnes & Noble and Boulder Art Association Book Fair kicks off early on Saturday Nov. 22. It’s the first time the BAA has participated in this event and hopes it will bring awareness to the plethora of local artists in various mediums that are part of the organization.
The free, open-to-the-public fair will be an all-day, family-centered event, from 10 a.m.-5 p.m., at…Continue
Posted by Sarah Shuel on November 18, 2014 at 8:29am
In my sleep, I still see all the handguns pointed at me, the flash of light from the sniper’s scope, and the tank.
My wife and I moved to Fort Collins, Colorado, in October 2008.
Having visited the town on several occasions, we fell in love with the lifestyle that defines Fort Collins: rather small-town hospitality and pace, with most of the city amenities, weather that works for our favorite activities, a host of outdoor options, and relatively affordable…Continue
Posted by David Broder on November 15, 2014 at 11:00pm
ContinueI am involved with an organization called Nurturing Minds whose mission is to support and educate impoverished girls in Tanzania who would otherwise be on the street or living in squalid conditions with no chance for a better future. Nurturing Minds supports the Sega Girls School, a residential secondary school that houses and educates 180 girls who have been hit with a reall-life crisis (AIDS, starvation,…
Posted by priscilla Slocum Lacy on November 6, 2014 at 3:00pm