The founder of the non-profit suicide prevention organization To Write Love on Her Arms (TWLOHA), Jamie Tworkowski, will be visiting CSU’s Lory Student Center on Friday, May 20 from 3-5pm. TWLOHA strives to prevent suicide and present hope to those struggling with depression, addiction and self-injury problems. The movement went “viral” on the Internet in 2006, and nowadays it speaks to an audience of millions. TWLOHA has responded to over 160,000 online messages from those seeking help, and has invested over $850,000 directly into treatment and recovery. Find out more at twloha.com.
Join the Mile High Swappers for their June food swap. Mile High Swappers is simply a collection of avid cooks, gardeners and socializers who enjoy sharing their creations with other like-minded folks. Think you fit the bill? Join them at 2 p.m. at ‘On the Vine’ at Richmond Farms in Fort Collins on June 24th to share your own creations. You will have a chance to check out the products […]
Off the Hook Arts is a nonprofit music education program with large aspirations. Geared towards children and young adults in K-12, Off the Hook Arts provides free and low-cost classical music instruction across Fort Collins and the Northern Colorado area. As part of the program, Off the Hook Arts produces a winter and summer classical music festival every year. From June 19 to July 14, Summerfest will be executing its […]
The Fort Collins Museum of Art in the historic building at 201 South College Avenue is the Northern Colorado host to America’s most beloved sex symbol. The Marilyn: Celebrating an American Icon exhibit will be proudly displayed November 1 – December 27 with First Friday extended hours on November 7 (5-9 p.m.). Admission is charged. Adults, $8; students with ID and seniors over 65, $5; youth 7-18, $2. Children 6 […]