Open since 1998, and operated by four generations of the Dory family including Jon and Lisa, along with Jon’s parents Zane and Margaret, Something From the Farm invites the community to come celebrate fall, farm style. Grab a wagon and visit their vast pumpkin patch brimming with a wide variety of pumpkins to choose from, a perfect place to find your Halloween jack-o’-lantern. Enjoy a hayride around the farm or test your navigation skills in the three-acre corn maze. If it’s a little mayhem that peeks your interest, then have fun shooting the corn cannon, or watch the trebuchet launch pumpkins across the field. The family Country Store is a great place to fill your basket with apples, fresh jams and ciders and winter squash to complete your harvest décor. The farm will be open everyday starting September 24 and run through October 31. For times and cost visit somethingfromthefarm.com or call 970.282.1135.
by MALINI BARTELS Celebrate the luck of the Irish on March 15 at the Lucky Joe’s Saint Patrick’s Day Parade. The parade, starting in Old Town at 10am, will be followed by the Lucky Joe’s Irish Party at 10:30am in Old Town Square, where you can enjoy great live music and a cold green beer. Earlier that day, the 16th Annual Sharin’ O’ The Green 5k run/walk and kids fun […]
Ann-Marie Phalen-Hartman recently shed her day job to focus on her art. She decided creating wearable art fashioned from found art was time better spent. As a costume designer with over 15 years of experience, Ann-Marie’s desire to use textiles in a way that was not necessarily intended by the original designer, has formed into a business. Turned Silks creates clothing from re-purposed materials. More specifically, from wool, cashmere, angora, […]
From the moment that I met Joe, I wanted to taste his meat. Now, Joe’s has his meat available to everyone with the launch of Joe’s Meat Club earlier this year. Joe Guido, from Whensday, has partnered with Alex Cousins, of LoCo Foods, to bring high quality meats and groceries right to your door. It started when Joe and his friends wanted to support their Paleolithic diet with easy access […]