Some events to help you celebrate the month of love!
Stories with Spirit Love + Darkness: 2/2 at Still Cellars Distillery and Arthouse 7pm to 9m
“It’s February . . . we crawl out of the darkest days and celebrate a season of love and romance. Join us at Still Cellars for LIVE STORYTELLING, fairy tales, and folk tales. Join us for stories of love and darkness, drinks, and warmth. Help us bring a little light into the night. Doors open at 6 p.m., stories begin at 7 p.m. Seating is limited, so please come early. Libations will be served before and after stories, but not during. Please arrive with enough time to order your drinks so that we can try to start by 7 p.m. You are welcome and encouraged to bring your own dinner or snacks to go with the spirits and the show.” Learn more.
What is it Worth? GVM Antique Road Show: 2/11
“Is that relic gathering dust in your attic a one-in-a-million treasure or a run-of-the-mill trinket? Find out on Saturday, Feb. 11, when evaluation experts host an Antiques Appraisal Roadshow. The specialists will appraise items as well as provide education about the appraisal process and trends in the market. The cost is $5 per item with a limit of three items per person. All proceeds will benefit the Museum.” Learn more.
Loveland Fire and Ice Festival: 2/10 to 2/12
“It’s time to experience how the Nation’s Sweetheart City, celebrates Valentine’s Day. Join us Feb. 10-12 in Loveland, Colorado for the Loveland Fire and Ice Festival – the largest Valentine’s Day celebration in the nation – where fire, ice, entertainment and fun collide. The heart of downtown comes alive for three full days and nights of fun featuring an explosive fireworks show with music and lights, ice sculpting, fire performances and more. The magic of Valentine’s Day is in Loveland.” Learn more.
Wibby Brewing vs Bootstrap Brewing Beer Pairing Competition: 2/12
Hosted at the Samples World Bistro at 370 Main Street in Longmont, CO this fun event is $55 per person. Click here for tickets.
Rails in the Rockies: 2/18 to 2/19 in Estes Park
“Clanging bells, tooting whistles, and blaring horns will fill the Estes Park Events Complex on Feb. 18 and 19, as trains from the steam age to the present time roar along tracks of model railroad layouts at the 20th annual “Rails in the Rockies” exhibit. Organized by the Estes Valley Model Railroaders, these working exhibits include models of trains from many regions of the United States as well as selected models of British railroads, all of which have been crafted in detail by dedicated model railroaders from all over Colorado. Children will enjoy the “Kids Layout” where they can actually operate model trains themselves.” Learn more.
Finally, for a list of more events in Northern Colorado check out click here.
Have a great February and let us know if we can help you with any of your real estate questions.