Arts & Entertainment
CSU Curfman Gallery, Lory Student Center, Colorado State University, (970) 491-5838, http://www.curfman.colostate.edu/. Six to seven rotating visual art displays by student, regional, national, and international artists.
Hatton Gallery, Visual Arts Building, Colorado State University, (970) 491-1989 http://art.colostate.edu/. Rotating art exhibits and events by students, national, and international artists.
Lincoln Center Visual Arts Program, 417 W. Magnolia St., (970) 221-6735, http://www.fcgov.com/lctix/galleries-artwear.php. The Lincoln Center features three indoor galleries and an outdoor sculpture garden. The Lincoln Center presents over 20 exhibits a year.
Museum of Contemporary Art, 201 S. College Avenue, Fort Collins, CO 80524, (970) 482-2787, http://www.ftcma.org/. The only private, not for profit art museum in Fort Collins. They offer children's art programs, tours, gallery talks and much more.
Poudre River Arts Center, 406 N. College, Fort Collins, CO 80521, (970) 482-2232, http://www.facebook.com/pages/Poudre-River-Arts-Center/259904725480. The Poudre River Arts Center is home to 15 studio/galleries and 30 local artists working in different mediums.
Museums & Attractions
Avery House Museum, 328 W. Mountain Ave., 970-221-0533. Built in 1879; decorated and furnished to the original 1800s-style of the Avery family. Tours by appointment.
Breweries & Brewpubs, Anheuser-Busch Brewing Company, New Belgium Brewing Co., Odell Brewing Co., Fort Collins Brewery - tours and tastings. Coopersmith Pub & Brewing, CB Potts Restaurant & Brewery, Equinox, Funkwerks & Pateros Creek.
Environmental Learning Center, 2400 Zeigler Rd., (970) 491-1661, http://warnercnr.colostate.edu/elc-home/. Programs, classes, and other educational environmental activities for all ages.
Fort Collins Museum and Discovery Science Center, 200 Mathews St., (970) 221-6738, http://www.fcmdsc.org/index.php. Exhibits on the natural and cultural history of Fort Collins, as well as traveling shows.
Bas Bleu Theatre Company, 216 Pine St., (970) 498-8949, www.basbleu.org. Plays, poetry and prose readings, concerts, improvisational comedy, children's shows, performance workshops, and gallery exhibits.
Canyon Concert Ballet, 1031 Conifer St., (970) 472-4156, http://www.ccballet.org/. Dance training and performances.
Carousel Dinner Theatre, 3750 S. Mason St., (970) 225-2555, http://www.adinnertheatre.com/. Dinner and rotating entertainment.
CSU Department of Music, Theatre & Dance, (970) 491 -5116, http://sota.colostate.edu/. Various performances throughout the year, including a summer outdoor theater.
Debut Theatre, 827 Riverside Ave., (970) 224-5774, http://www.debuttheatre.org/. Youth acting classes and performances by children.
Fort Collins Symphony Orchestra, 214 S. College Ave, (970) 482-4823, http://www.fcsymphony.org/. Masterworks Program & Sunday Series Concerts.
The Lincoln Center, 417 W. Magnolia St., (970) 221-6730, http://www.fcgov.com/lctix/. Performing arts center; diverse professional theatre, dance, music, visual arts, and children's programs. (Temporarily closed until Spring/Summer 2011 for renovations)
Openstage Theatre Company, (970) 484-5237, http://www.openstagetheatre.org/. Theater, educational outreach, and professional opportunities.
Downtown & Old Town Square, (970) 484-6500, www.downtownfortcollins.com. Pedestrian mall in historic downtown; shops, restaurants and bars.
Foothills Mall, 215 E. Foothills Pkwy., (970) 226-5555, www.shopfoothills.com. More than 110 stores, including Macy's, Sears, Gap, Victoria Secret, The Limited, Bath and Body Works, and other specialty stores.
Front Range Village, 2720 Council Tree Ave., (970) 226-9050, www.shopfrontrangevillage.com. Pedestrian mall in southern part of Fort Collins, offering a mix of stores, restaurants and entertainment venues. Also houses the southeast branch of the Fort Collins Public Library.
The Square, 3500 S. College Ave., (970) 223-1229. Indoor mall featuring HobbyTown, Office Depot, Brown's Shoes and many more.