A Fun Volunteer Opportunity in Estes

Everyone knows the Estes Park Rotary Duck Race Festival is the place to be on the first Saturday in May. But, did you know that you do not have to be a Rotarian to help? “We welcome volunteers from high school age on up to 105 who can give a few hours on Saturday, May… Keep Reading

KUDOS to These Artistic and Hard-working Students!

On Saturday, March 9, artwork from 350+ up-and-coming Loveland and Berthoud artists will be on view in the Main Gallery at the Loveland Museum. The best part? These talented artists managed to create their masterpieces while juggling homework, after school activities, and the active lifestyles of 21st century children. More info here:  Local Motion Keep Reading

Did You Know…? Loveland’s Special Place For Artists

The Artspace Loveland project celebrates and builds upon Loveland’s arts & cultural heritage. There are two buildings on the Artspace Loveland Arts Campus, the Artspace Loveland Lofts, providing 30 units of affordable live/work space, and the Feed & Grain building with 12,000 sq ft. of commercial/ community space. More about this special place here:  Loveland… Keep Reading

Maybe By The Time This Gets Built…

…I'll have saved enough to buy a new Jeep! Dealin' Doug Moreland has purchased 15 acres at Centerra in Loveland and plans to build a four-brand dealership. The project, due to be completed in 2021 at the southern end of the Motorplex along Interstate 25, will house Dodge, Chrysler, Jeep and Ram trucks and expand the… Keep Reading

Health Care Access Just Keeps Getting Better in Loveland

Residents of Loveland and surrounding communities now have access to additional health services closer to their homes, with the opening of UCHealth Orchards Medical Center. The new medical center, which opened today at 221 E. 29th St., Suite 102, offers UCHealth’s internal medicine, occupational medicine, endocrinology, and other support services in central Loveland, in the middle of… Keep Reading

International Artist in Loveland

Christos Paleoxaris spent his Friday perched on a small scaffold platform 20 or so feet above the marble floor below, using a paintbrush to carefully fill in a larger-than-life painting of Jesus Christ. Though the prospect of standing — never mind painting — at such heights might be enough to make many people queasy, this… Keep Reading

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