You are invited to a FREE informational gathering. Many people are not sure what symtoms of allergies are. Asthma is under-recognized. As a former patient, and now as a medical doctor, Dr. Lanting would like to help those of you who are unsure about your symptoms so you can live a wonderful, symptom-free life! Symptoms include: food, allergy and insect allergies, asthma, cough, nasal stuffiness, ithchy eyes, eczema, breathing problems, hives, throat clearing, migraines, reflux and dermatitis. Le...Read More
Triumph Over Technology is a stress-free, interactive, video-based training program that teaches simple, effective strategies for building digital confidence and personal empowerment.
This course is for older adults who know how to manage basic email, do a simple web search, or watch a YouTube video, but who struggle to know how to get their photos off their phone, manage passwords, understand the cloud, keep digital files organized, use social media with ease, know how to stay safe online, o...Read More
Life for the Innocent’s Lantern Gala, sponsored and promoted by Chamber member Bene-Fit Solutions, is one of Northern Colorado’s largest events benefiting child survivors of trafficking, with over 400 guests expected to attend. The evening’s festivities will raise vital funds to provide support for rescued children in South Asia.
In addition to a reception, dinner and program, the evening will feature an exciting live auction led by former Denver Bronco Reggie Rivers. Reggie is also an ...Read More
Do you love sports? How would you like your business to be featured ALL SEASON during the Rockies Report?
Pirate Radio (93.5/ 104.7 FM) is searching for that perfect businesses (or two) to sponsor the Pirate Radio Rockies Report. This report is every Friday morning at 7:30am between April 1 and the end of the season.
This report will be with well known scout and baseball expert Ed Henderson!
3 spots per day during the report season
A 10 second live billboard ...
The Zonta Club of Fort Collins invites you to attend our 3rd Annual Women's Concert in support of our art/education installation: Her Legacy: Women of Fort Collins. We have been approved to create the first art exhibit recognizing women's accomplishments and it will be in Old Town. You can learn more here: www.LivingHerLegacy.org.
The concert is March 30th 2:00PM-4:30PM and will be held at Trinity Lutheran Church at 301 East Stuart. If you cannot attend would you consider a donation? There wi...Read More
Water Distribution System Flushing
Fort Collins Utilities will begin flushing the water distribution system in early April from 7 a.m. –5 p.m., Monday–Friday, for approximately eight weeks (weather permitting). When flushing Downtown, crews will begin at approximately 5 a.m. in order to be out of the area as quickly as possible.
Crews will start on Mason Street and move eastward to Northern Lights Drive (just past Ziegler Road), with Willox Lane as the northern boundar...Read More
Building your case with benchmarking
Learn about the City of Fort Collins new Building Energy and Water Scoring Ordinance and discover the benefits of ENERGY STAR® Portfolio Manager. This training will show how building owners can benefit from using the ENERGY STAR Portfolio Manager and other benchmarking tools, and what this means for your business. Gain the competitive advantage by knowing how your building(s) stack up with others and by using these tools most effectively.
Event Detai...Read More
Donation center/blood drive closures/cancellations result in 800+ missed donations
Vitalant (vye-TAL-ent), formerly Bonfils Blood Center, is asking everyone who is eligible to give blood in the coming days to help make up for 883 units of blood that could not be donated due to the blizzard that hit Colorado and surrounding areas. On Wednesday, weather conditions canceled or cut short operations at Colorado, Wyoming and Rapid City, South Dakota donation centers and impacted 16 blood drives. T...Read More
The Regional Air Quality Council (RAQC) is coming to Loveland! The RAQC will be holding its monthly meeting in Loveland on April 5th. Elected officials, local government staff and the public are invited to provide their perspectives and comments on air quality matters to the Council. For more information about the upcoming meeting and about the RAQC’s work, please visit our website at www.RAQC.org.
Details of the meeting are:
When: Friday, April 5, 2019; 9:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Joyce McConnell, provost and vice president for academic affairs at West Virginia University, has been named as the finalist to become the 15th president of Colorado State University.
The Board of Governors of the CSU System made the announcement following a highly competitive five-month nationwide search. The search was guided by a Search Advisory Committee representing key stakeholder groups, including tenured and non-tenure-track faculty, students, alumni, administrative professional and s...Read More