Published on Tuesday, August 19 2014 12:11
Rabbit Brush Gallery’s exciting new show “Rural Roots” features the work of sculptor John Fernie and photographer Blair Smallwood III. Both artists take their inspiration from the rural landscape of north Boulder County and beyond.
Published on Monday, August 18 2014 14:42
Campers visiting Flatiron Reservoir southwest of Loveland can now spend the night in a tipi. Three tipis are available for reservation via www.larimercamping.com with reservable dates beginning August 28. The tipis will be up through the summer camping season but the sites will revert to walk-in tent sites between October 15 and April 30 each year.
Published on Thursday, August 14 2014 13:55
Another week gone by. Last week the office folks, this week the teachers, next week, school starts on Monday, August 18. It seems like it was a short, but hot summer. However, everything stayed green, which was really great. Yes, it is time for the kids to start studying again.
Published on Monday, August 18 2014 10:58
The Left Hand Outdoor Challenge is now accepting applications for its third season. The deadline for applications is August 31. The program is designed for Boulder County area teens ages 14-18 and seeks to teach them about various careers in natural resources as well as to develop new outdoor skills.
Published on Thursday, August 14 2014 13:23
By David McIntyre, Lyons Blueologist
My admiration and friendship with Michael “Hawkeye” Herman started around 1990, when I answered an ad in Blues Access magazine for a package of blues cards that R. Crumb had just finished of all blues artists in the
Published on Friday, August 15 2014 09:33
Free Health Lecture
Dancers are athletes. All of the leaps, jumps and turns can take a painful toll on a young dancer’s body. Overuse injuries can occur in the foot, ankle, knee, back or hip. These injuries show up with greater frequency
Published on Thursday, August 14 2014 13:13
The History Colorado Center “Denver A to Z” exhibit taps into the essence of Denver letter by letter; “A” for adrenaline, “Z” for zombies and every letter in between. “Denver A to Z” represents the heart, the art, the whimsy, and the energy of Denver’s people, places and moments in this lighthearted and interactive exhibit.