Community Calendar

Northern Colorado Events & Activities

We are fortunate to live in an area with an abundance of opportunities to connect and support one another. Please explore the outlets below and be sure to visit the Fun Things To Do page for links to walking and biking trails as well as a few creative community projects!

Fort CollinsClick here for a list of fall festivals, pumpkin patches & corn mazes on the front range! These are a great way to enjoy the beautiful fall season in Colorado.

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City of Greeley Community Calendar

  • Celebrate Taco Tuesday September 1st on 9th St Plaza with live music!
  • Greeley 2020 Oktobrewfest will be held in Downtown Lincoln Park September 9th-11th.
  • Volunteer Planting Project at Fox Run Natural Area on September 12th.
  • History Brown Bag at the History Museum on September 24th.
  • Trivia Tuesday at High Brau Taphouse is back!
  • Wednesday Trivia at Brix Brew & Tap is back!
  • The Greeley Farmer’s Market has re-opened! The market takes place at the historic Union Pacific Depot, 902 7th Avenue, in downtown Greeley from 8 a.m.-12 p.m. every Saturday through Oct. 31.
  • Did you know construction work on the Poudre River Trail Corridor finished early?! The newly repaired section of trail (between 35th Avenue and Rover Run Dog Park) has been reopened. With this section of trail reopened, officials encourage community members to use the trail for exercise while following CDC-recommended precautions.
  • Greeley Recreation is offering brain breaks, games and online workouts. Be sure to check them out!
  • Nourish your mind by following the Greeley Museums.
  • The Union Colony Civic Center is rerouting planned events and performances, follow them on the UCCC Facebook Page!

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City of Fort Collins Community Calendar

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City of Johnstown Community Calendar

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City of Loveland Community Calendar

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Windsor-Severance Community Calendar

  • Saturday’s @ the Windsor History Museum! Explore what life was like in early Windsor at the Train Depot, Caboose, Schoolhouse, Farm House, Beet Shack, and Chapel. Conduct a lesson in the schoolhouse, experience what it was like to live in a two-room beet shack, and explore artifacts from Windsor’s history.
  • Farmers Market Pavilion at Boardwalk Park.
  • The Town of Windsor has setup an Emergency Business Assistance page to help businesses, nonprofits and employees access valuable resources and updates.
  • The doors to the Windsor Community Recreation Center may not be open, but you can follow the Town of Windsor Parks, Recreation & Culture team for virtual workouts, tips, an online tour of the Train Depot and more!
  • Connect to the Clearview Library District’s new virtual programs via their Facebook page. You can also check out their resources page for additional online services and materials.

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Estes Park Community Calendar

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