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Teaching Tree's 4th Annual Fundraiser "Little Plates for Little People" will be held on Friday, April 26 from 7:00 to 10:00 am at Northside Aztlan Community Center.
The Fort Collins Area Chamber of Commerce released today results from a 2013 Voter Study, designed to measure the attitudes of registered voters in Fort Collins toward various issues in the community.
The Fort Collins Area Chamber of Commerce hosted the 108th Annual Dinner at the Hilton Fort Collins Wednesday evening, where over 530 people attended to celebrate local business stars and achievements. Several outstanding business leaders were recognized with Chamber honors, including co-owners of OtterBox Curt and Nancy Richardson, winners of the Chamber’s prestigious Collins Award.
Open Door HR offers options to provide local companies with custom service packages
The Fort Collins Area Chamber of Commerce is now accepting nominations for the fifth annual Young Professional of the Year Award. This award focuses on the contributions that young professionals make to the local community through volunteerism and community activities, strides they are making to better themselves via professional development activities and their professional accomplishments.
The Fort Collins Area Chamber of Commerce thrives on the energy and dedication of its volunteers and is very fortunate to have outstanding members of the community wanting to get involved. The Local Legislative Affairs Committee (LLAC) is currently accepting applications for involvement for 2013.
Presented by the Fort Collins Area Chamber of Commerce, Green in Action will occur on the first Wednesday of the month. The next program of the year will be "Green Business Videos and Networking" on December 5 from 8:15 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. at the Chamber, 225 S Meldrum.
Did you know that investing in energy conservation in your business can create one of the highest returns on investment of any expenditure you can make? Many business leaders have learned that making changes to encourage an energy conscious business not only make for a better and healthier work environment, but also saves money and makes for a better bottom line. The Chamber Environmental Committee will recognize these efforts with the 2012 Environmental Business Award. The award nomination form is now available with a submission deadline of January 2, 2013 at 5:00 p.m.
Do you know how to read a Financial Statement? Do you have any idea what is happening with your 401 (k)? What does your financial future look like? On November 7, Envision: Young Professionals will be hosting an informative professional development luncheon to discuss "How to Turn Your Dough into Bread - The Fundamentals for Financial Success.
The Fort Collins Chamber is pleased to be a co-host for the Hire Our Heros event on October 25, 2012 from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at the Fort collins Hilton, 425 West Prospect Road. This job fair is for veteran job seekers, active duty military, members of the National Guard and reserve components, and military spouses. This will be a FREE hiring fair for both employers and job seekers.
Leadership Northern Colorado is now accepting applications for the 2013 Leadership Northern Colorado (LNC) class. A joint initiative of the Fort Collins, Greeley and Loveland Chambers of Commerce, the Community Foundation of Larimer County and the Community Foundation Serving Greeley and Weld County, Leadership Northern Colorado was established to build human capacity and to identify, define and address the issues facing the Northern Colorado region
Presented by the Fort Collins Area Chamber of Commerce, Green in Action will occur on the first Wednesday of the month. The next program of the year will be "Green Marketing with Holiday Tips " on November 7 from 8:15 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. at the Chamber, 225 S Meldrum.
Be Local Northern Colorado announces the first annual BE LOCAL BOUNTY & BREWS FARM DINNER. This event will be hosted at Fort Collins Nursery, 2121 East Mulberry, on Saturday, October 27th from 5-10 pm. The event pairs 6 local breweries with 7 local chefs, who are collaborating to create a farm-to-table beer dinner extraordinaire. Food will be served farm to table fashion at common tables, decorated elegantly with seasonal plants and produce.
The Northern Colorado Legislative Alliance and Leadership Northern Colorado announced speakers for their 2012 Regional Issues Summit happening at Bixpo. The Regional Issues Summit will be Wednesday, September 26 from 7:15 a.m. to 11:15 a.m. at the Embassy Suites in Loveland. Speakers include water lawyer Andrew Jones, Regional Economist Phyllis Resnick and Colorado Oil & Gas Association President & CEO Tisha Schuller, among others.
Colorado State University scientist John Volckens will spend the next four years trudging through dairies, feedlots, metal machine shops and refineries to measure industrial dust particles that can cause health problems.
Presented by the Fort Collins Area Chamber of Commerce, Green in Action will occur on the first Wednesday of the month. The next program of the year will be "Green Event Planning: Sustainable Choices and Community Partnerships " on October 3 from 8:15 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. at the Chamber, 225 S Meldrum. Learn how easy it is to be green when planning and conducting environmentally aware meetings and events. Whether a non-profit or for-profit agency, get an introduction into green event planning including areas of consideration, the green continuum and working with like-minded sponsors and partners to increase awareness and meet your goals.
The 2012 Regional Issues Summit happening at Bixpo is presented by the Northern Colorado Legislative Alliance and Leadership Northern Colorado on Wednesday, September 26 from 7:15 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at the Embassy Suites in Loveland. Registration is open now at www.FortCollinsChamber.com. Topics include larger issues facing Northern Colorado including Higher Education, Water and Oil and Gas development
Thirty-three current and emerging leaders were recently selected to participate in the 2012-2013 Leadership Fort Collins program. The group is a diverse mix of professions with representative from education, large and small business, not for profit and city and state office. Leadership Fort Collins, a program of the Fort Collins Area Chamber, educates and motivates leaders who are committed to shaping the future of our community while encouraging inspired and active involvement that contributes to community betterment.
Presented by the Fort Collins Area Chamber of Commerce, Green in Action will occur on the first Wednesday of the month. The next program of the year will be "Making Your Green Program Work With Behavior Change" on September 5 from 8:15 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. at the Chamber, 225 S Meldrum.
Producing Bohemian Nights at NewWestFest takes a lot of volunteers to make it happen and the Fort Collins Downtown Business Association still needs interested service groups and individuals to volunteer. The volunteer roles are fun and help out our Downtown, the festival and community. Click here:https://www.volgistics.com/exportal.dll/ap?AP=566741049 to volunteer today. If your service group would like to volunteer as a team, please contact JoAnn Caddoo at email@example.com or (970) 484-6500.
The Fort Collins Area Chamber of Commerce recently announced the speakers for the 2012 Future of Jobs event. A new event for the chamber, the summit will begin at 7:!5 a.m. at the Drake Centre, 802 West Drake on Thursday, August 9. The Summit will provide members of the business community with the opportunity to learn about primary employment trends in Larimer County, the City's Economic Health Plan, trends in site selection and innovation and commercialization in Fort Collins.
The Fort Collins Area Chamber of Commerce is now accepting applications for the 2012-2013 Leadership Fort Collins (LFC) class. Thirty current and emerging leaders from throughout the Fort Collins area will be selected to participate in the 2012-2013 program, which will begin in September 2012 and conclude in May 2013. Participants come together on the second Thursday of the month for a day-long session to learn about growth, environment and community planning; local government; public safety and community assistance; economic development and small business assistance; health care; history, diversity and community betterment; education and life-long learning; and teambuilding and leadership development.
The Fort Collins Area Chamber of Commerce thrives on the energy and dedication of its volunteers and is very fortunate to have outstanding members of the community wanting to get involved. The Local Legislative Affairs Committee (LLAC) is currently accepting applications for involvement for the rest of 2012.
Guaranty Bank and Trust invites the community to join them for a BBQ Open House on Friday, July 27, from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the Harmony Branch, 1550 E Harmony Rd. The BBQ Open House will feature food and the opportunity to visit with your local banker to find the right solutions to help you meet your financial goals.
AlterMed Research Foundation is pleased to offer this special invitation to Fort Collins Chamber members and their families to learn more about AlterMed at a FREE outdoor event.
In the spirit of having some fun while supporting the good work at the Education & Life Training Center (ELTC), we're having a trivia fundraiser at Odell Brewing Company on July 25. Everyone in the community is invited to participate in this event. Enjoy a trivia team competition, door prizes, light food and bottomless beer courtesy of Odell Brewing Companyâall for one low price!
The third Leadership Northern Colorado class completed their six month program on Tuesday, June 26 at the Budweiser Event Center. Twenty-seven participants completed the 2012 program and were recognized at a graduation event sponsored by Public Service Credit Union. Leadership Northern Colorado has now graduated 85 participants.
In response to the High Park and Estes Park fires, the Community Foundation of Northern Colorado and SERVE 6.8 have created a fund that will provide resources for families and communities suffering loss as a result of the High Park and Estes Park fires in Northern Colorado.
DaVinci recently added automated channel letter equipment to itâs production facility.
For the month of July, Poudre Valley Air would like to offer other businesses who participate in the Fort Collins Chamber, a free and comprehensive evaluation of their complete HVAC systems. An in depth report on how to operate, manage and maintain their heating and cooling systems.
The Orthopaedic & Spine Center of the Rockies has begun an expansion and remodeling of its Fort Collins facility, a project that will improve patient care.
Restaurant Group offers support to those in need.
Revised due to High Park Fire.
Staff from the Colorado Division of Insurance will be at the Disaster Recovery Center.
In response to the High Park Fire, the Community Foundation of Northern Colorado has created a Public Lands Restoration Fund that will support the long-term sustainability of natural resources in our region.
High Park fire evacuees discouraged from entering evacuated areas to reclaim animals
CenturyLink Offers Free Emergency Call Forwarding to Customers Impacted by High Park Fire in Colorado.
The Board of Larimer County Commissioners today approved a ban on the sale and use of fireworks and public fireworks displays for unincorporated western Larimer County.
Join us at all Larkburger restaurants to raise money that will support Red Cross relief efforts surrounding the High Park Fire in the Fort Collins area.
A video presentation of World-renowned leaders is coming to Northern Colorado!
InnovatioNews.com, a new online news magazine spotlighting the latest innovations inColorado, launched June 1.
Please find below updated information on our current needs as we assist animals displaced by the High Park fire.
Dogs can be taken to Advanced Animal Care - 1530 Riverside Avenue
Larimer Humane Society is currently housing over 110 animals displaced by the High Park fire.
West Pavilion at The Ranch Ready for Evacuating Animals from Growing Fire West of Fort Collins.
Otis, Coan & Peters, LLC congratulates member Brett Payton, Esq. on his election to President of the Weld County Bar Association, Inc.
Fort Collins, has been selected by Where to Retire, as a top retirement destination.
The Division of Insurance from the Department of Regulatory Agencies has issued a warning concerning a possible scam that is targeting Colorado consumers.
The Pursuit Church hosts All Star Kids Games, a sports and activity camp promoting teamwork, compassion and loving relationships.
In observance of Dairy Month in June, Peak Performance intends to have a C.O.W.!
We are excited to announce that we have finalized the line-up for the 2012 Lagoon Summer Concert Series! We have some great bands coming this year to rock your socks off and get you up and dancing!
The Colorado Ice Professional Indoor Football team and Chick-fil-A, Fort Collins are bringing the fans a chance to see their favorite indoor football team for a preferred ticket price.
The Larimer County Workforce Center is offering two new workshops to local employers: âHiring Independent Contractors-What Every Employer Needs to Knowâ for $39 and âRecruit Outstanding Candidates with Social Mediaâ for $49.
FirstBank Continues Support of Affordable Housing with $15,000 Grant to Funding Partners
Shipwrecked! An Entertainment - The Amazing Adventures of Louis de Rougemont (As Told by Himself) by Donald Margulies
Jeanette Meyer of RE/MAX Alliance in Fort Collins, CO has repeated the previous yearâs achievement of being granted the highest level of service achievement in the real estate industry, Quality Service CertifiedÂŽ Platinum.
Otis, Coan & Peters, LLC is pleased to announce that effective May 1, 2012 it has expanded its Fort Collins office, located at 103 W. Mountain Avenue, to incorporate an additional 1,762 square feet of usable office space.
Sandler Training will host a workshop for professional service providers who hate to sell but need to build their businesses. The three-hour workshop titled "Overcoming the Stigma of Selling," will be held Friday, June 1 at the Chase Bank Building, downtown Loveland.
GoFrequent solves the need for the use of physical punch cards by allowing customers to keep track of their rewards on their phones. Customers receive points and then have the opportunity to redeem new rewards with merchants they already use.
Donate fresh water and protein bars to the men and women of our local fire departments and National Guard.
A classic Western-style BBQ with beer, featuring Colorado Micro Brews, will be accompanied by a DJ spinning your favorite tunes and lots of outdoor activities for the whole family.
CollegeAmerica Fort Collins is pleased to announce the promotion of three of their employees.
The Fort Collins Area Chamber of Commerce has launched a new mobile app for smart phones and tablets that is now available for all users.
The Fort Collins Area Chamber of Commerce is pleased to recognize April's new members.
Sign-A-Rama Fort Collins has just introduced the Green Message line, an array of fully recyclable banner and display signs.
Education & Life Training Centerâs Must Have Career Tools One Day Preview on May 23 or July 24 for an overview of the current job search process.
The Fort Collins Area Chamber of Commerce held their first ever Celebrating Small Business Award & Luncheon event at The Hilton Fort Collins earlier today, April 25, 2012. Over 30 companies were nominated to receive the Small Business of the Year Awards with only two awards being given to Shaw and Associates (company with 1-10 employees) and to The Cupboard (company with11-50 employees). Over 200 people attended the inaugural event sponsored by First National Bank; Dellenbach Chevrolet, Cadillac, Subaru and Suzuki; Fort Collins Dodge Chrysler Jeep Hyundai; Mantooth Marketing; Pinnacol Assurance; Snell & Wilmer L.L.P.; Tynan's Nissan Kia & Saab; Ward Petroleum; JAX Mercantile and Perkins & Coie Law Firm.
The 2012 Leadership Fort Collins (LFC) class participants have been challenged to work in small teams to design and complete a class project in a single day. The participants were encouraged to design a project that would impact the Fort Collins community while meeting a local need. Two projects are underway to address poverty and self-sufficiency. Check out the Fajita Cart in Old Town Square during Cinco De Mayo to support The Matthews House and consider donating to The Murphy Center to help them purchase bus passes for those in poverty. Read on to learn more.
The Chamber continues Green in Action on May 2 at 8:15am at the Chamber. Fort Collins Utilities Commercial Accounts Representatives will help commercial customers better understand the components of their bills with the recent changes to the rate structure and also provide information to help prepare for the seasonal increases beginning in June.
The Fort Collins Area Chamber of Commerce announced the finalists for the 2012 Small Business of the Year Awards. The 2012 Business of the Year Awards will be presented at the first ever Celebrating Small Business Award & Luncheon event, to be held at 11:30 a.m. at The Hilton Fort Collins,425 W. Prospect Rd., Fort Collins, on April 25, 2012.
Do you want to help your company be greener? Not sure where to start or don't have the time? Join us for our new monthly educational programs that will feature hands-on, easy to use information and insights. The next program of the year will be on April 4 from 8:15am to 9am at the Fort Collins Area Chamber of Commerce, 225 S Meldrum and will feature a panel discussion with Molly North with the City of Fort Collins Bike program, Susan Mercier with Transfort/Dial-a-Ride and James Hetlan with REI. Attendees will learn about bike commuting and programs inFort Collins, Transfort services and programs for businesses, alternative transportation plans for businesses and much more.
Up, Up and Awayâ with Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis, JR. at Candlelight Dinner Playhouse
Last month, at the Annual Western Association of Chamber Executives (W.A.C.E) Conference in Las Vegas,NV, the Fort Collins Area Chamber received the Outstanding Communications Achievement Award as well as a special merit web site award and a special merit e-newsletter award.
The Environmental Committee is a standing committee of the Fort Collins Area Chamber of Commerce focused on providing outreach to Chamber members, non-chamber businesses and the general public on environmental issues and programs. The committee is currently expanding its membership and is searching for individuals interested in environmental issues and business outreach. Download an application here.
Faculty Manager to Provide Structured Support for Staff Personnel and the Vice President of Education at the Institute of Business & Medical Careers.
All three national bond rating agencies have assigned AA ratings to Platte River Power Authorityâs $66 million series II power revenue bonds scheduled to price February 27, 2012.
Presented by the Fort Collins Area Chamber of Commerce, Green in Action will occur on the first Wednesday of the month. The next program of the year will be on March 7 from 8:15am to 9am at the Fort Collins Area Chamber of Commerce, 225 S Meldrum. The program will feature a panel discussion with Patti Westfall, Sign-A-Rama; Richard Perry, Ramplify and Matt Brunner and Jenny Florez, AlphaGraphics. Attendees will learn about green promotional items, green signage, FSC printing and much more.
Brain Injury and the Benefits of Functional Neurology. Dr. Shawn VanWinkle welcomes you to the amazing world of functional neurology.
The Larimer County Workforce Investment Board, in collaboration with the Larimer County Commissioners, invites the business community to a special event, IF WERE NOT IN A RECESSION....WHERES THE TALENT?
The Fort Collins Area Chamber is sponsoring the Ignite Fort Collins event
MidtownArtsCenter, northernColorado's premier cultural and performing arts center and the community's home for the holidays, is providing an entertaining way to ring in the New Year. Midtown's Rockin' New Year's Eve event includes the show White Christmas' complete with a delicious holiday dinner and an after party in the Ballroom. The event begins at 6:00 p.m.
The Group, Inc., Real Estate, announced that Christie Wilbur and Natalie Davis have joined as Broker Associate/Partner.
Join the Fort Collins Area Chamber at Green in Action on January 4 to learn how to increase recycling in Multi-Family and Business Sectors.
Meals on Wheels is kicking off our end of year campaign. Our organization is hoping to raise $40,000 to help support our mission!
Meals on Wheels for Fort Collins provides hot, nutritious meals, a friendly visit and a wellness check from a volunteer 5 days a week to home bound individuals in our community.
Come support the Education and Life Training Center! Attend our Totally Trivia event at its new location. Join us Wednesday, December 7, 2011, 7:00-9:00pm at Odell Brewing Company, located at 800 East Lincoln Avenue in Fort Collins.
Twenty-eight current and emerging leaders were recently selected to participate in the 2012 Leadership Northern Colorado program. The group is a diverse mix of professions with representative from education, large and small business, not for profit and government.
Leadership Northern Colorado, a joint initiative of theFort Collins,Greeleyand Loveland Chambers of Commerce, the Community Foundation of Northern Colorado and the Community Foundation Serving Greeley and Weld County, is designed to build human capacity and to identify, define and address the issues facing theNorthern Colorado region.
A Child's Christmas in Wales by Dylan Thomas, adapted by Philip C. Sneed and The Foothill Theatre Company, directed by Bruce K. Freestone
The Fort Collins Area Chamber of Commerce culminated a two and a half month campaign to generate financial resources to expand its programs for the community and members at a victory celebration on November 17 at the Fort Collins Country Club. A goal was set to secure $300,000 in a total resource campaign that will fund programs for Education and Quality of Life, Job Creation, Small Business Success and Public Policy Action. Over 100 volunteers representing 20 companies helped the Chamber surpass it's goal by generating $327,314 for the campaign while attracting 86 new members.
The Fort Collins Area Chamber of Commerce thrives on the energy and dedication of its volunteers and is very fortunate to have outstanding members of the community wanting to get involved. The Local Legislative Affairs Committee (LLAC) is currently accepting applications for involvement for 2012.
Thrilling more than 8 million people worldwide since the show premiered in 1999, Dralion is the fusion of ancient Chinese circus traditions and the avant-garde style of Cirque du Soleil. The name Dralion (pronounced Drah-lee-on) is drawn from its two main symbols: the dragon, representing the East, and the lion, representing the West. Dralion derives much of its inspiration from Eastern philosophy with its perpetual quest for harmony between humankind and nature. The international cast features 52 world-class acrobats, gymnasts, musicians, singers and comedic characters.
The Parlour hosts a Charity Hair Show Benefiting amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research
Amelia Caruso announced today that she has a new partnership with SkinIt.com. Eight of the local artist's designs are available for purchase and use as electronic skins on phones, computers and other electronic devices.
Brinkman Construction has begun exterior renovations at Ram's Crossing @ Campus. Located at 914 West Lake Street, these student apartments lie right on the perimeter of the Colorado State University campus.
Poudre School District (PSD) in collaboration with the Sustainable Living Association presents Future Friday on September 16th. Future Friday, now in its third year, is a day dedicated to Sustainability topics and concepts for all students from Fort Collins area schools from kindergarten through twelfth grade.
September 20, 2011 Doors open 6pm,
curtain at 7:30pm
Come hear all your favorite Candlelight performers in a
special benefit concert. Cabaret by Candlelight: Dream with Me will be
performed at Candlelight Dinner Playhouse on September 20, 2011.
Tickets are $20 per person. A portion of proceeds will benefit KIDD : Kid
Initiative Defeat DiabetesÂŽ (Defeat Diabetes Foundation, Inc.) Order tickets by
calling (970) 744-3747 or (877) 240-4242. Doors open at 6pm for bar service,
and seating begins at 6:30pm with appetizers and desserts for purchase. The
concert begins at 7:30pm. The evening will consist of classic and contemporary
musical theatre favorites performed by Tracy Kaufman and fellow Candlelight
regulars, including: Dominque
Simmons, Heather Lacy, Katie Rhoades, Nattia Trout, Sarah Wigley, Adrianna
Adams, Bren. Burron, Samantha Staggs, Rachel Propst, Janelle Orsborn, Tim
Kennedy, Patrick Sawyer, Thomas Castro, Mark Lively, Pat Sawyer, Broc Timmerman,
Scott Severtson, Brian Burron
forward to all of you participating in this artistic and philanthropic
A World Food Prize laureate who was raised in a thatched hut in Ethiopia and later used his training as a plant breeder and geneticist to abate hunger in Africa will deliver an invited talk about food security at Colorado State University. Gebisa Ejeta, distinguished professor of agronomy and world-renowned sorghum researcher at Purdue University, will discuss "Global Food Security in the Face of Growing Challenges" during the 12th annual Thornton-Massa Lecture. The event begins at 3 p.m. Sept. 11 in room 131 of the Behavioral Sciences Building on the CSU campus; it is free and open to the public. The lecture is sponsored by the CSU College of Agricultural Sciences and College of Natural Sciences.
Ag Day, a Colorado State University trademark event that celebrates the state's agricultural industry and the bounty of food it provides, began as a small beef barbecue launched by CSU athletics legend Thurman Fum McGraw. The event, marking its 30th anniversary on Sept. 10, has grown dramatically through the years and now annually draws some 3,500 people for a football-day feast of Colorado-grown food. Ag Day showcases many commodities that have blossomed in Colorado with knowledge gained from CSU research.
Even more, Ag Day proceeds provide critical funding for scholarships granted to deserving students in the College of Agricultural Sciences. Each year, the event typically funds between 12 and 15 student scholarships amounting to $2,000 each, said Dennis Lamm, event coordinator. In just one sign of Ag Day's stature, Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper proclaimed Sept. 10 CSU Ag Day in the state of Colorado. The official proclamation reads, in part, CSU and its partners continue to help ensure a positive future for Colorado's agricultural industry - an industry that plays a vital role in our state's economy.
On its 30th anniversary, Ag Day is scheduled 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Sept. 10, and precedes the home-opener football game pitting the CSU Rams and the University of Northern Colorado Bears. The event will offer a bountiful meal and a variety of entertainment and activities, including a brief program that includes Colorado Commissioner of Agriculture John Salazar and recognizes people who have contributed to Ag Day's success through the years
The Fort Collins
Area Chamber of Commerce, the Fort Collins Board of Realtors and the Northern
Colorado Commercial Association of Realtors will host a Poudre School District School Board
Candidate Forum on Monday, September 12 from 7:30 to 9:00 a.m. at the Fort
Collins Area Chamber, 225 S Meldrum.
Thirty-one current and emerging leaders were recently selected to participate in the 2011-2012 Leadership Fort Collins program. The group is a diverse mix of professions with representative from education, large and small business, not for profit and city and state office.
Brinkman Construction, of Fort Collins, Colorado,
has completed renovations on an existing building that will now be home to ITT
Technical Institute's newest location. The 26,914 SF, three-story space is part
Sheridan Park 7. It is located on the east side of Highway 36, south of 88th Avenue
at 8620 Wolff Court.
Collins, CO 8.30.11- Weekend Weather, Lindsey
O'Brien Band and The Patti Fiasco
are the vibrant artists lined up to play at the 2011 SoPro Music Fest held on
September 10th from 5-10pm. The event is presented by El Monte Grill & Lounge, a sister restaurant to the beloved Rio Grande Mexican Restaurant, in the
parking lot on the southwest corner of Prospect and College.
Loveland, CO --- The McKee Masters Golf Tournament will be
held Friday, September 9 at Mariana Butte Golf Course in Loveland, CO. Players will tee off for 18
holes at 8 a.m. in a scramble format.
Fort Collins, Colorado - OpenStage
Theatre is coming full circle for its 39th Anniversary Season as
they return home with 4 shows in the newly remodeled Lincoln Center Magnolia
Theatre and go back to their 1973 grassroots with 3 shows in locations
throughout Fort Collins.
Season tickets range from $80 to $120 and are available
through the Lincoln Center box office, 970-221-6730, and online at LCTIX.com.
Fort Collins, Colorado - August 25, 2011 - Cassidy Turley
Fuller Real Estate, with offices in Denver and Fort Collins, announced today
the addition of Brian Mannlein to the Northern Colorado office. Mannlein is a multi-family specialist,
focusing primarily on the purchase and sale of multi-unit housing properties 4
units and greater. Mannlein, previously
with Realtec of Fort Collins, and Marcus and Millichap, a national investment
specialty brokerage, becomes the 10th member of the northern
brokerage team of Cassidy Turley Fuller, further strengthening their presence
in the northern Colorado
Collins, CO, August 23, 2011:
As evidenced by the recently released Multifamily Housing Vacancy
and Rental report put out by the Colorado Division of Housing, Fort Collins is in great
need of one thing: apartments. With vacancy rates at an all-time low,
housing experts are calling for new units to ease the apartment shortage.
Fort Collins, Colorado, August
19, 2011: The
Sustainable Living Association presents the Blue & Green Ball on Friday,
September 16th at the Center for Fine Art Photography in Fort Collins,
Colorado. This will be the Kick-Off event for the 12th annual Sustainable
Living Fair held September 17-18 at Legacy Park.
FORT COLLINS, Colo. - August 15, 2011 - The 12th Annual Sustainable Living Fair in Fort Collins
combines rural traditions with urban revival and offers it up in an energetic,
community oriented, educational event. With over 75 free workshops, 5 extended
hands-on workshops, 9 Old Thyme contests, 250 exhibitors and 5 keynote speakers;
there is something for everyone.
Do you find Downtown
parking a challenge for your vehicle or bike? We want to know how you park and
what you think needs improvement. The community raised questions about the
difficulty in finding on street parking, the lack of employee parking, and the
locations of bicycling parking. We hear you. To capture your thoughts, please take
a short online survey and share your parking needs, desires, and concerns. Your
comments will help us in preparing the City's Parking Plan and in managing
parking Downtown. To take the survey, visit fcgov.com/parkingplan
before September 30, 2011.
Presented by the Fort Collins Area Chamber of Commerce, Green in Action will occur on the first Wednesday of the month. The next program of the year will be on September 7 from 8:15am to 9am at the Fort Collins Area Chamber of Commerce, 225 S Meldrum and will feature The Busy Businessperson's Guide to the Sustainable Living Fair presented by Ray Aberle the Sustainable Living Fair Director. No RSVP is required.
2011 - Since 1989,
the Alzheimer's Association has mobilized millions of Americans in the
Alzheimer's Association Memory WalkÂŽ; this year the organization
which serves every county in Colorado is asking supporters to register for Walk
to End Alzheimer's, the nation's largest event to raise awareness and funds for
Alzheimer care, support and research. The Larimer County Walk to End Alzheimer's
will start and end in Spring
on Saturday, August 27, 2011.
175 triathletes participated in the Loveland Little Sprint Triathlon held Saturday, July 23, raising $8100. One hundred percent of registration fees and sponsorships benefited the KidSelf Pediatric Therapy Program at McKee.
Gerald Gates recently joined the staff at Goes Funeral Care in Fort Collins as Funeral Counselor.
Northern Colorado real estate and business law firm Otis, Coan & Peters, LLC is proud to announce the promotion of attorney Michael C. Payne, Esq. to senior associate with the firm.
KidSelf Pediatric Therapy Program at McKee Medical Center will hold its first ever Cowboy Cookout at Sylvan Dale Guest Ranch in Loveland, Saturday, Aug. 20 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Loveland, CO. - Cornerstone Construction LLC will present Red Shirt Fridays - Support Our Troops! taking place at Denver Avenue Commercial Park on July 1st, 2011, and featuring Julie DeSena with FoCo Red Shirt Fridays.
FORT COLLINS, CO - Several community organizations, working with local government, are taking a hands-on approach to ensure that Fort Collins' primary employers stay put. The Larimer County Business Retention and Expansion Survey Program is a collaboration of the Northern Colorado Economic Development Corporation (NCEDC), the Fort Collins Area and Loveland Chambers of Commerce and the Cities of Fort Collins and Loveland. The program has two goals: to establish relationships with primary employers in the community and to better understand trends occurring with primary employers.
Entrepreneur.com Columnist Will Provide
Tactics for Marketing Your Business on a Limited
Fort Collins, Colo. - The second Leadership Northern Colorado class will soon complete their six month program and the public is invited to celebrate their accomplishments and to learn more about regionalism at an event, LNC: Regionalism and Northern Colorado, from 4:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. on June 27 at Austin's Homestead at Pelican Lakes, 1600 Pelican Lakes Drive, Windsor.