Fortified Collaborations kicks off their third summer of community farm dinners on June 11 at FirstBank Old Town. The season of six dinners continues through November and are designed to demonstrate their vision of community collaboration and to celebrate all that our local farmers, chefs, breweries, businesses and non-profits add to the quality of life in Fort Collins. New this year, season tickets are being offered for these abundant, family-style, chef-prepared dinners! “We exist to expand and enhance community connections,” says Kristina Cash, Founder of Fortified Collaborations. “These dinners are the most wonderful embodiment of what we’re all about.” The dinners will raise an estimated combined $20,000 for local non-profits and pay local farms for produce. All dinners will take place rain or shine. Vegetarian options are available at all dinners. Purchase season tickets and individual dinner tickets at fortifiedcollaborations.com/tickets.
The Poudre Valley Health System is in critical need of blood donations, according to a recent press release. Blood types O negative and O positive are especially needed. The Garth Englund Blood Donation Centers are the official blood donation centers for the PVHS, and are located in Fort Collins and Loveland. The center in Fort Collins is located at 1025 Pennock Place, Suite 104. The center in Loveland is located […]
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 […]
“Hanged by the neck until dead,” as the courts ruled. Folsom Prison executed a total of 93 inmates, occurring between 1895 and 1937. Written by local author April Moore, Folsom’s 93: The Lives and Crimes of Folsom Prison’s Executed Men will be the first book to profile in detail the lives and crimes of these men, as well as the lives of their victims. April Moore became acquainted with these […]