Fun Things To Do This Month!
|Fishing Derby ~ Loveland|
|June 6, 2015
Time: 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
The next annual event will be held at the North Lake Park Duck Pond on Saturday, June 6 from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. The fishing derby is for kids under age 15 and no fishing license is required! It is also FREE of charge. Everyone else is welcome to fish after 3:00 p.m. on Saturday. The Loveland Police Fishing Derby features many fun, new events:
- Colorado Youth Outdoors will provide education and instruction on how to clean and cook fish. Then they will FRY your CATCH so you can eat it!
- The Loveland Fishing Club is on hand for event registration, tackle, competition measurements, free raffle, and instruction.
- Colorado Parks and Wildlife officers will be with us to provide education and leadership in Colorado law and fishing ethics. A new demonstration area will be available for everyone to practice and learn new skills before hitting the pond.
- The Loveland Kiwanis are at the event to provide family-priced food. All proceeds will be used in Kiwanis children's programs in our community.
- Colorado Fraternal Order of Police Lodges 27 and 52 will provide FREE child identification cards. These are valuable cards to keep updated information on your child. Please register your child the day of the event before they begin fishing. Registration areas are located at the west parking lot Loveland High School and Shelter #2 on the west side of the duck pond. For more information, call 962-2229.
|Community Night Out ~ Loveland|
|June 17, 2015
The LCNO celebration strengthens neighborhoods and creates awareness and partnerships between area residents and the public service providers who support them.
The next Loveland Community Night Out (LCNO) evening of block parties is Wednesday, June 17th from 6:00 to 10:00 p.m. Once again you and your neighbors will have the opportunity to get to know each other better, as well as meet Loveland police officers, firefighters, EMS personnel, city council members, city staff and volunteers who work to keep Loveland a healthy and safe place to live.
To host or attend a block party in your neighborhood or for more information, call 962-2229.
|Foote Lagoon Concert: Cool Shooz ~ Loveland|
|June 25, 2015
Time: 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Location: Foote Lagoon - Civic Center
Looking for a fun, free activity for the whole family this summer? The Foote Lagoon Concerts are a fun, free activity for the whole family. Pack up your blanket, lawn chairs and picnic supplies and join us for six weeks of great music in the beautiful setting of Civic Center Park, in downtown Loveland, Colorado.
|Learn How to Dance! ~ Fort Collins|
|June 5-7, 2015
Time: Friday, June 5 - 6:00-7:00pm; Saturday, June 6 - 1:00-2:00pm; Sunday, June 7 - 11:00-12:00pm
Location: Old Town Square Fort Collins
Stop by Old Town Square and learn how to dance! No partners needed, come learn how to do the Uptown Funk, the Charleston, or Salsa - audience choice each time. No skills needed, free to the public, listen for the music in Old Town Square. Lessons by instructors from the Rhythm Company.
|The Taste of Fort Collins ~ Fort Collins|
|June 12-14, 2015
Time(s): View Friday-Saturday Schedule
Location: Civic Center Park
Price: Ticket Information
The Taste of Fort Collins (TFC) is a Northern Colorado Tradition – a community celebration with family-friendly activities that are perfect for Northern Coloradoans’ active lifestyle. TFC continues to benefit the Eyeopeners Kiwanis Club of Fort Collins Foundation in its charitable activities in the community. This three-day festival offers attendees food from local and national restaurants, entertainment from regionally and internationally acclaimed musicians, and an eclectic display of fine artisans work as well as the region’s best crafters.
|Colorado Brewers' Festival ~ Fort Collins|
|June 27-28, 2015
Time: 11:00am - 5:00pm
Location: Downtown Fort Collins, Washington Park & Civic Center Park areas. Main entrance at Laporte Ave & Mason Street. Will Call-only entrance to Civic Center Park on Mountain Ave., just west of the Global Village Museum.
This iconic annual event is the largest outdoor brewing festival in Colorado and one of the highest profile events of its kind in the nation, drawing over 20,000 people into Downtown Fort Collins. The weekend features 100+ Colorado beers, over 50 Colorado breweries, live music, dozens of vendors and food trucks, and an interactive "Beer School" with tastings and demonstrations. In addition to the mighty haul of Colorado beers, this year's fest will reflect the essence of Fort Collins brewing culture in a new area dubbed, "The Neighborhood," which will showcase Fort Collins breweries and their beers, from flagships to exclusive creations brewed just for COBF. Kick off the weekend at The Summit, a Friday night connoisseur-minded event produced in conjunction with the Colorado Brewers Guild. Then, wake up on Saturday morning and go to Breakfast & Brews, a plate-lickin' breakfast paired with beer. Finally, finish the weekend with Colorado Brewers' Festival!
Admission: The Colorado Brewers' Festival is not a ticketed event and there is no admission charge to enter the festival grounds (Free Entry!). In order to consume beer, the one-time purchase of a tasting package is required, which includes a commemorative Govino "Go-Anywhere" 16 oz beer glass and 10 Taster Tickets redeemable for food and beer. Advance pre-sale tasting packages can be purchased online for $25 or on-site at the festival for $30. Additional Taster Tickets can be purchased for $1 each. It costs four Taster Tickets for a full glass of beer, or one ticket for a 4 oz sample pour. Regarding food vendors, Taster Tickets are treated as cash: 1 Taster Ticket equals $1.00.
|Greeley Unexpected Kick-Off Event ~ Greeley|
|June 5, 2015
Time: 5:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Location: 9th Street Plaza
Everyone is invited downtown on Friday, June 5th for the Greeley Unexpected Kick-off and Friday Fest on the 9th Street Plaza. Enjoy music by The Burroughs from 6-9pm, giveaways, busker activities, face painting, and much more! The fun begins at 5pm and lasts until 10pm. Bring the whole family down for an Unexpected evening like no other!
|Concert Series: Kream of the Krop ~ Greeley|
|June 18, 2015
Location: Family FunPlex
Enjoy Thursday evening concerts at the Family FunPlex from 7-8pm at the outdoor amphitheater. Bring a picnic dinner and enjoy an evening with your family and friends listening to some great music!
|Independence Stampede ~ Greeley|
|June 25-July 5, 2015
Location: Island Grove Regional Park
The Greeley Stampede is rich in tradition and heritage dating back to the late 1800's. This community celebration that was started to honor local potato farmers, has grown into an internationally acclaimed festival attracting over 250,000 people annually from the United States and internationally.
Officially christened the Greeley Spud Rodeo in 1922, the event featured bucking bronc riding, fancy roping, a pie eating contest, a horse race, motorcycle and bicycle races and a two-mile Model-T Ford "free for all" race. Estimated attendance in that first official festival was 2,500 people.
In an effort to give the event some national recognition the Greeley Spud Rodeo era ended and, thus, began the age of the "Go West with Greeley" Rodeo. The name taken from the famous phrase by the city's name sake, Horace Greeley, who said "Go west young man. Go west."
The Greeley Independence Stampede entitlement came in 1972 by means of a community contest and featured: Pro Rodeos; kids rodeo; country and classic rock concerts; televised July 4th parade, a demolition derby, carnival midway, western art show, free stage entertainment, mixed with food and fun galore!
|All Town BBQ + Concert ~ Windsor|
|June 4, 2015
Time: 5:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Location: Boardwalk Park
The Windsor Chamber of Commerce and The Town of Windsor, join together to serve a BBQ for the residents of Windsor, to THANK them for staying and buying in Windsor. This will also be the first concert of the Summer Concert Series. Come and enjoy a Free hot dog or hamburger and stay to enjoy the FREE concert. Great family time for all!!
Tonight's Concert: Chris Daniels & the Kings (Funk & Rock)
|Optimist Duck Race ~ Windsor|
|June 6, 2015
Location: Boardwalk Park
In this year's race, several hundred ducks will be put into the No. 2 Canal at the 17th Street bridge behind the Windsor Gardener at 12 noon. It should take the first duck about 30 minutes to reach the Finish Line at the 11th Street bridge behind the Windsor Recreation Center. Depending on the amount of water in the Canal and the wind, in past years, it has taken anywhere from 20 to 40 minutes.
Parking is available at the Rec Center and the High School. Then you can walk along the paved path along the canal west to meet the ducks and follow them along to the Finish Line.
|Summer Concert Series & Movies in the Park ~ Windsor|
|Throughout June, 2015
Location: Boardwalk Park
Summer Concert Series: 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM @ Boardwalk Park
June 11 - Taarka (Gypsy / Jazz / Indi Folk)
June 18 - Kory Brunson Band (Modern Country)
June 25 - The Delta Sonics (Blues / Old Rock & Roll)
Movies in the Park: 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM @ Boardwalk Park
June 12 - Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs (rated PG)
June 26 - Blended (rated PG-13)
|Singin' in the Rain ~ Johnstown|
|April 30 - July 12, 2015
Location: Candlelight Dinner Theatre
Based on one of the most-loved and celebrated movies of all time, Singin’ in the Rain is the story of the first Hollywood movie musical, a time when the silver screen found its voice and left silent movies and some of its stars behind. The MGM classic has been faithfully and lovingly adapted by Broadway legends Betty Comden and Adolph Green from their original award-winning screenplay. Each unforgettable scene, song and dance, is accounted for, including the show stopping title number, complete with an onstage rainstorm. Hilarious situations, snappy dialogue, and a hit-parade score of Hollywood standards make Singin’ in the Rain the perfect entertainment for any fan of the golden age of movie musicals.
|BBQ Day Celebration ~ Johnstown|
|June 6, 2015
Time: 5:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Location: Parish Park
A time to be with friends, family and your community! This annual event has taken on many different names over the past century.
The idea of a local celebration started in 1912 with Dairy Day to promote the dairy industry in this area. Circus-type tents were set up to house events and cattle judging. Farmers from throughout the state, as well as surrounding states, came to Johnstown to exhibit their cattle, see the exhibits, and hear speakers with the industry. They also brought their families to enjoy the carnival rides, games, entertainment and food of the day.
|Water Carnival ~ Johnstown|
|June 23, 2015
Time: 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
Location: Aragon Park
Bring your water squirters, wear your bathing suit and get ready to get wet! Join us at Aragon Park for our wettest and wildest event of the summer!
|Jazz Fest & Art Walk ~ Estes Park|
|June 6-7, 2015
Location: Performance Park Amphitheater
For two days the mountains are alive with the sounds of great jazz at the outdoor amphitheater at Performance Park. The Estes Park Jazz fest has become one of Colorado's premier Jazz Festivals, noted for its commitment to excellence in Jazz. Presenting the finest national and regional Jazz artists, the festival features stellar line-ups of performers, representing the music from New Orleans roots to its thriving and diverse present, and venturing into the music's vibrant future. At the 25th annual Estes Park Jazz Festival, enjoy music from a variety of Jazz bands & musicians over two days. Sip on the fine Colorado wine selections in the wine garden at Jazz Fest. Visitors will also enjoy exploring unique galleries exhibiting exceptional art.
All performances except Saturday evening music are located at Performance Park, 417 West Elkhorn Ave.
|Rocky Mountain Irish Gathering ~ Estes Park|
|June 18-21, 2015
Location: Estes Park Events Complex
Surrounded by the majestic Rocky Mountains in Estes Park, Colorado the Rocky Mountain Irish Gathering is truly a magnificent event for the entire family. The Gathering is a celebration of Irish culture and history uniquely presented through both educational and fun exhibits, film, lecturers, storytellers, vendors and music all in a festival atmosphere with special guests from Ireland and right here in the US. Irish or not come hear the sounds of pipes and drums as they echo across the festival grounds, watch the lightning fast pace of feet as multiple Dance Troupes showcase their best of all ages. Hear an entire musical performance sung in Gaelic!
|Scandinavian Midsummer Festival ~ Estes Park|
|June 27-28, 2015
Time(s): Sat. 9:30-5; Sun 9:30-4
Location: Bond Park
The Midsummer Festival is a Scandinavian tradition that celebrates the summer solstice. The festival is held in downtown Estes Park at Bond Park, located at the intersection of Elkhorn Avenue (US 34/36) and MacGregor Avenue.
Be entertained and educated about the Scandinavian traditions and culture with fun and lively dancing, exhibits, kids' activities, and more! Whatever your heritage may be, join in the many families across the country from Scandinavian descent who gather at the festival to share their heritage.
The festivities begin with the raising of the Maypole, followed by a Grand March entrance. Costumed representatives from each of the five Scandinavian countries enter the park carrying the flag of their country, followed by the national anthems. Dancing and live music continue all day with opportunities for the audience to participate in some dances.
Spend time browsing the large art & craft fair. Exhibitors will be selling traditional Scandinavian food, baked goods, decorations and hand-made crafts. The folk-art of decorative painting on wood called rosemaling in Norway, and dalamaling in Sweden, will be well- represented. Other exhibitors will have hand-crafted items such as pottery, fabric, woodworking, jewelry, painting, metal work, photography, glass and more. All the exhibitors will have some Scandinavian inspired or traditional work.
The craft demonstration tent will have a combination of workshops and demonstrations, including hardangar and Swedish huck embroidery, spinning, lace knitting, and children's knitting lessons. At the Lefse Tent one can see demonstrations on how to prepare these famously thin Norwegian potato pancakes.
Norway will be well represented by a Viking encampment re-enactment by the Fjellborg Vikings of Colorado. There will be swordsmanship, a Viking ship replica, traditional crafts and daily life demonstrations at the historically correct encampment.
In addition there will be a vintage car show for Volvos and Saabs, silent auction and a raffle for two round trip air fares from Denver to Scandinavia on Iceland Air!
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