Experience ChariTea at Happy Lucky’s Teahouse. Created to celebrate those in the community who are making the world a better place, Happy Lucky’s Teahouse hosts the ChariTeas – Free Tea happy hour every fourth Friday of the month (except for Nov.and Dec.) from 5-7pm. These events offer nonprofits a friendly atmosphere where they can reach out and educate people in the community about their services, feature their organizations and enjoy delicious tea with teahouse visitors. Past charities include Trees, Water & People, Ten Thousand Villages, Center For Adult Learning (Front Range Community College) and The Zonta Club, working to advance the status of women worldwide through service and advocacy. This month, Happy Lucky’s Teahouse is hosting The Multiple Sclerosis Society (Colo/Wy Chapter) on Friday, April 24. All events are free to the public.. Visit happyluckys.com/events-classes for more info. Nonprofits interested in learning more can contact email@example.com.
Located in the music section of the Fort Collins Museum of Discovery (408 Mason Court), the Music Garage is the most educational place in town to jam. Nick Duarte, museum music department head and Post Paradise frontman, as well as a team of local musicians, have been working for the past two years to create 6000 square feet of interactive music for people of all ages to explore, play, learn […]
On July 21, Aims Community College will be hosting the City of Greeley’s Neighborhood Nights program featuring a classic— “Back to the Future”. Aims is partnering with the city for this event as part of its 50th-anniversary celebrations happening throughout the year. The movie will begin at dusk, so pack a picnic, bring a blanket or chair, and get the family together for this free event. A bike rodeo will […]
By now you’ve noticed the pianos around town and the electrical transformer cabinets and have probably stopped to look at the artwork on them. This is all a part of how Fort Collins shows off it’s talents – and helps to eliminate unwanted graffiti. As a new part of the “Art in Public Places” initiative which has been around for several years, “Art in the Alleys” makes the road less […]