UnbelievaBubble! BOULDER DAY INAUGURAL EVENT
What if we all came together to blow bubbles...
Boulder, CO - Bubbles represent a variety of moods and meaning. Bubbles…Continue
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Boulder Community Health (BCH) has received a 2014 Outstanding Achievement Award from the Commission on Cancer (CoC) of the American College of Surgeons (ACS). The award, which honors facilities that exceed nationally recognized standards for the delivery of quality cancer care, was given to a select group of 75 accredited cancer programs throughout the United States, approximately 15 percent of programs surveyed by the CoC in 2014.
“These 75 cancer programs…Continue
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Have an Exciting International Experience This Summer Here in Boulder!
Students From Japan Need Volunteer Host Families
This summer 40 Japanese students will visit Boulder! The students, girls aged between 14 – 17 years old, are from Tokyo, Japan and all attend a private school that provides them with this amazing opportunity. This particular program has been coming to this area for over 35…Continue
Added by Katy O'Neill on March 19, 2015 at 2:26pm — No Comments
As discussed in last month’s newsletter, the “New Normal” in our real estate markets is scarce inventory and rising prices. The number of listings for sale is at an all time low. Colorado led the nation in 2014 for home price appreciation with a gain of 8.4% according to the recent year-end numbers from Core Logic.
As 2015 got underway, the market continued to show strength, but is clearly struggling with the lack of inventory. The volume of real estate sold across all Front Range…
Added by Lane Hornung on February 28, 2015 at 12:43pm — No Comments
Historic building becomes pop-up art space
for March Loveland Art Studio Tour fundraiser
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24th Annual Governor’s Art Show Jury Selections Announced
2015 show features unique artists from communities throughout Colorado
Loveland, Colorado – The 24th Annual Governor’s…Continue
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Helping the Longmont Theatre raise funds for the Illuminate the Marquee campaign has been a topic amongst the volunteers this season. So we came up with a fun idea of painting toliet seats. The Lefthand Artist Guild was excited to participate as well as some of LTC's members. There are some really fun seats. From traditional landscapes to street art and science fiction. We are excited for you all to bid on the seats. What a fun thing.…Continue
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Colorado author/illustrator releases children's storybook app encouraging safe outdoor adventures:
Mountain Mountain Rangers is a children's app that was released on 1/27/15 on Apple products including all ipads and iphones. The app includes uniquely illustrated children's stories primarily aimed at children ages 3-8. It teaches children important lessons about safely enjoying the outdoors including the 10 essentials and Leave No Trace practices. The app is free and includes the first…Continue
Added by Erin McCrea on February 4, 2015 at 6:19pm — No Comments
January 25, 2014 - Boulder, Colorado - The Boulder Valley Rotary Club and Art Cleaners teamed up once again for the 24th annual coat drive collection and distribution. With the help of many community members, nearly 1,800 coats and many other winter garments were collected and distributed earlier this winter to people in need through many charitable organizations.
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Be Ready Longmont:
Taking the first steps to “Be Ready” for disaster.
Written By: Kimberly Smith
I confess. I’m a Prepper. Not an “End of the World, Build a Bunker, Learn Wilderness Skills and Survive the Zombies” type Prepper, but a “Be Ready and pick up a few extra items at the grocery store” Prepper. I have been affected by several types of disasters - riots in London, hurricanes in Cayman,…Continue
Added by Michelle Cherniske on January 13, 2015 at 10:02am — No Comments
The popular TV sensation, Dancing with the Stars is about professional dancers and amateurs learning dance routines for a series of judges. Whether you like that reality show or not, you might try galloping over to An Evening of Dancing Horses at the National Western Stock Show with The Denver Brass on January 21 and 22 at 7:30 PM. Use promo code: DENVERBRASS at…Continue
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Normally, the market slows in the fall as the leaves and the temperatures drop. This fall, however, the market has been unusually active, defying the standard seasonal pattern. Sales volumes are actually remaining steady, if not increasing.
Specifically, the volume of real estate sold across all…
Added by Lane Hornung on December 10, 2014 at 12:46pm — No Comments
It’s been a little over a year since Boulder landed the 4th spot in the “best city for hippies” ranking by the magazine Estately. And while Boulderites will have a divided opinion…Continue
Added by Andrea Jovanovic on December 2, 2014 at 8:00am — No Comments
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
Added by Sarah Shuel on November 18, 2014 at 8:29am — No Comments
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
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