HEYDAY is a lifestyle shop located at 1939 Jessup Drive Suite 130 in the new Jessup Farm Artisan Village in Fort Collins. Owned and operated by Jennifer Little, HEYDAY is a 1000 square foot space that inhabits the Saddle Shop at Jessup Farm. The shop offers a variety of apparel for men, women and children, home furnishings and accessories that include custom upholstered pieces, as well as a fun mix of photography by Little. HEYDAY’s mission is to “provide beautiful, classic attire and furnishing for the simple-living lifestyle.” The store’s vision is to juxtapose elements of style by layering simplicity with luxury; old with new, large with small and playing along the boundaries of feeling that are both fun and serious. If you are looking to start your holiday shopping early, this is the store for you. For more information The Instagram account or email email@example.com or call 970.573.7359.
Last year, the National Park Service turned 100 years old. Take the time before the year ends to come celebrate the start of its second century by visiting one of Colorado’s National Parks on August 25. On this day, all National Park Service sites will offer free admission to all guests. The fee waivers include commercial tour fees, entrance fees, and transportation entrance fees. Free days allow the parks to […]
Audiences recognize Jim Breuer because they loved his characters on Saturday Night Live or his role in “Half Baked,” but that’s not why they keep coming back to see his standup. In an era of dark comedy, Jim Breuer delivers humor on the lighter side — focusing on those laughs in life that really resonate with everyone. Indeed, it’s rare to see a comedian try something as daring as clean […]
Directly north of Whole Foods Market on College Avenue is Fort Collins’ only Cooking and Lifestyle School. Salud! has both cooking classes and crafting seminars at affordable prices. Taught by local chefs and professionals, the courses are both during day and night for varying age ranges; most are just a few hours. The cooking classes are designed to have students come hungry, prepare the menu from ingredients found entirely within […]