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.
Have you ever played on a 9-foot grand piano? It’s an experience you don’t want to miss, and this time, it’s the same piano that world-renowned Anne-Marie McDermott played just the night before! Project Youth and Chamber Music (PYCH) is hosting a pay-what-you-can to play-what-you-can as part of their Off the Hook Summer Chamber Music Festival to raise money for two inspiring organizations, FoCo Cafe and Respite Care, on Saturday, June 21. All ages, skill-levels, […]
By: Carie Gueswel As the summer winds down, so too, does the amazing outdoor concerts that make FoCo in the summertime, such an amazing place to be. On August 18, from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., Fort Collins Nursery located at 2121 E. Mulberry St. along with media sponsors 94.3 X and KRFC close out the season with the Rock Garden Concert featuring The Holler! Take pleasure in the stunning and unique venue situated along the banks of Dry Creek and the Cache la Poudre River, while listing to […]
By: Dawn Duncan Following our cover shoot with Little Kids Rock students Eddie, Scout, and Pelé, I had a few minutes to visit with our models about their experience in the LKR program, their plans for the future, and what they think of the current music scene. Remarkably, these kids, while only 10-11 years old, had quite a bit to say about what the future may look like for them […]