July 2009 Blog Posts (18)

Van Duzer and his Cruiser off to D.C. to Raise Awareness about the Vast Benefits of Bicycling

One month, 2,000 miles and countless friends later, Ryan Van Duzer is nearing Washington, D.C. on his two-wheeled, cross-country expedition. On June 20, Van Duzer departed from San Diego on a three-speed cruiser bike and is scheduled to arrive in the nation’s capital by August 10 for a celebration of his journey with the League of American Bicyclists and the National Geographic Society. While the trip is ending soon, you can still experience Duzer (a… Continue

Added by Erik Keith on July 31, 2009 at 4:57pm — No Comments

"MacBeth Did It" Teenagers on stage at LTC

Longmont Theatre Company’s Youth Theatre is proud to announce its first ever youth theatre production. For its first ever production the company will be putting on a production of ‘MacBeth Did It’ by John Patrick.

How is this different from other youth theatre shows? Unlike the youth theatre summer workshops or 24 hour one act festivals, students had to audition and were not guranteed a part in the show. The cast and crew are also putting on the show on a volunteer basis. Just like a… Continue

Added by Tracy Cravens on July 31, 2009 at 2:00pm — No Comments

LET YOUR VOICE BE HEARD

Judy Enderle

Candidate for Broomfield City Council

Ward 4

Invites you to be her guest at a community BBQ

August 9th

Broomfield County Commons

13th and Sheridan

1:00 – 3:00 pm

and

August 23rd

Northmoor Park

13th Ave and Birch St.

1:00 – 3:00 pm

Community members will have the opportunity to meet Judy and share ideas, concerns, and dreams for Broomfield.

We look forward to seeing you on… Continue

Added by Judy Enderle on July 30, 2009 at 3:45pm — No Comments

Chinese Barbarians & Autism

Here Read:+ China Special: A new evil in our world / MountEverest.net:"Think live lobsters in Chinese restaurant water tanks, waiting for you to walk in and order. Now imagine people in the place of the lobsters. This is not a joke. It's for real and as bad as it comes.""According to the Canadian investigation, supported by media, state reports and international human right watch groups: there are 36 death camps in China, where organs are taken while prisoners - many young and healthy people… Continue

Added by Michael L. Wagner on July 29, 2009 at 2:07pm — 1 Comment

author hosts children book signing to benefit cancer camp

Local Restaurant Hosts Children’s Author to benefit area kids “It’s our way of giving back,” the manager of Capers Italian Bistro on Airport Road explains. The restaurant is hosting a book signing with award-winning author Gary Metivier this Saturday night from 5-7 pm. All of the proceeds from the book sales and a portion of the restaurant receipts that night will be given to Camp Wapiyapi (near Estes Park) for its cancer camp. “Every year I take my… Continue

Added by Gary Jospeh Metivier on July 27, 2009 at 10:05am — No Comments

Mary Sue & Cari Release New Kid's CD

Please join Mary Sue Rogers and Cari Minor this Friday morning, July 31st at the Chautauqua Community House to celebrate the release of their third kid's CD "Mary Sue And Cari's Marvelous Adventures". Get ready to set sail on a pirate ship, fly like a fairy, do the hippo stomp and take part in other interactive songs on this amazing adventure with two of Boulder's talented & creative singer/songwriters. Showtimes @ 9:30 AM and 11:00 AM… Continue

Added by Mary Sue Rogers on July 24, 2009 at 6:25pm — No Comments

Studio Show

Added by Laura Carpenter on July 17, 2009 at 2:00pm — No Comments

Entrepreneurs in Boulder County

In March, I attended the Social Media & PR session at The St Julian and am referring to my notes. I recently met with Patti Miller at A Spice Of Life Center at the Flatirons Golf Course. We worked on a plan to Showcase Entrepreneurs. I am one of the thousands who are trying to stimulate my own business growth thru word of mouth.

In an attempt to stimulate this activity I decided to look for others alot like me by reaching out on Social Networks. I am also trying to reach others from… Continue

Added by Corinne Rogan on July 15, 2009 at 1:58pm — 1 Comment

Danger is only a laptop away!

Health alert! Beware of your laptop. The damn thing has already cost me one angioplasty (heart surgery) and I'm pretty sure I will need weight loss surgery of some kind soon too. Maybe I could sue Microsoft or Dell and charge that they are in a conspiracy with the health care… Continue

Added by Lincoln Builds on July 14, 2009 at 9:34pm — No Comments

Ken Wilber in person at Boulder Integral Center! Aug 1st, 2pm

Ken Wilber comes to Boulder Integral! Saturday, Aug 1 2pm - 4 pm Standard $75 Boulder Integral Members $65 Read more event details and

register here.Here’s your chance to get up close and personal with the leading integral philosopher of our time, Ken Wilber (representing Integral Life). We are deeply honored and excited about… Continue

Added by Boulder Integral Center on July 14, 2009 at 8:58pm — No Comments

U.S. House Prices Up 1.6% in May According to IAS360 House Price Index

Integrated Asset Services®, LLC (IAS®) (www.iasreo.com), a leader in default management and residential collateral valuations, today released its IAS360™ House Price Index (HPI). Based on the timeliest and most granular data available in the industry, the benchmark index for national house prices gained 1.6% in May. The latest IAS report, which reflects the largest one-month increase in the IAS360 HPI since July of 2005, follows a fractional gain in… Continue

Added by Erik Keith on July 14, 2009 at 12:17pm — 1 Comment

Multi-Family Yard Sale

Saeng Myong Martial Arts will hold a yard sale in the Nickel Center parking lot, 300 Nickel St. (across from the Broomfield Target) on Saturday, July 18 from 8am-4pm.Proceeds from the sale will go to the Gratitude Through Giving Scholarship Fund, a student created and supported fund that enables local children and young women in the Model Mugging program to receive self defense instruction.

Added by Dennis Merta on July 10, 2009 at 2:47pm — No Comments

Words to Grill By: Weber’s Grill Masters Series Shares Hot Tips

Warm summer days naturally invite people to run through the sprinklers, drink ice-cold beverages and devour delicious gourmet food hot from the grill. With around 65 percent of American homes owning one or more outdoor grills or smokers, they’ve become a popular way to bring friends and family together. Whether you are a novice at the grill or possess cooking-with-live-fire prowess, Weber recently launched a trio of videos aimed to motivate grillers… Continue

Added by Erik Keith on July 9, 2009 at 2:08pm — No Comments

Free Performances of Merchant of Venice

The Taste of Shakespeare presents Merchant of Venice tells the story of greed, prejudice, love, and mercy. Antonio and Shylock run at odds throughout the story, after Antonio borrows from Shylock, and Shylock demands his infamous "pound of flesh". The women in this play are surprisingly strong characters, and are instrumental in resolving all the plot's problems.

Stephany Roscoe directs this joint production of Longmont Theater's Taste of Shakespeare, and the Lafayette Theater… Continue

Added by Tracy Cravens on July 8, 2009 at 2:41pm — No Comments

Ladybugs! on Green Mountain!

Check out the photos. We happened on this ladybug condo project just as we were starting down from the summit. I counted them and there were over a zillion. On one branch. Amazing!

Added by Kado - Kurt Walberg on July 5, 2009 at 10:01pm — No Comments

Jarrow International Summer Camp is rockin'! Sign up today!

Jarrow International summer camp is a big hit this summer! Thus far we have explored several countries of Africa. The Denver Zoo came with African animals and walked us through an African Safari; Belly dancers performed at our campus and taught us traditional belly-dancing techniques from Morocco and Egypt. Adjei Abankwah, co-founder of Bao Bao Fest, brought drums, flutes and other handmade instruments from Ghana for us to look at and play. Like what you hear? Inquire within to sign your child… Continue

Added by Jarrow International Summer Camp on July 2, 2009 at 12:30pm — No Comments

Free performance of Merchant of Vience

The Taste of Shakespeare presents Merchant of Venice tells the story of greed, prejudice, love, and mercy. Antonio and Shylock run at odds throughout the story, after Antonio borrows from Shylock, and Shylock demands his infamous "pound of flesh". The women in this play are surprisingly strong characters, and are instrumental in resolving all the plot's problems.

Stephany Roscoe directs this joint production of Longmont Theater's Taste of Shakespeare, and the Lafayette Theater… Continue

Added by Tracy Cravens on July 1, 2009 at 3:05pm — No Comments

Peter Rabbit goes Surfing

The Longmont Theatre Company Youth Theatre is proud to present its annual summer theatre workshop. This year they are performing, 'The Tale of Peter Rabbit," and 'Wipeout.'

The Elementary program is proud to present 'The Tale of Peter Rabbit.'

Peter Rabbit, unlike sisters Flopsy, Mopsy and Cottontail, is following the advice of his tummy (and his cousin, Benjamin) versus the advice of his mother. Everyone (and we mean everyone!) knows that you stay out of Mr. McGregor's garden. But… Continue

Added by Tracy Cravens on July 1, 2009 at 3:03pm — No Comments

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