Despite the 70 degree weather on Saturday, the Loveland Halloween Family Fun Festival was completely Frozen– the Disney movie, that is. Much like snowflakes, we saw a blizzard of Elsa costumes, but no two were exactly alike.
If you love the outdoors and want to learn more about the Big Thompson and the ecology around it, the City of Loveland is offering classes on Saturday, October 19 and also Saturday, November 1 from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
We are teaming up with Fossil Creek Nursery and The City of Loveland to plant trees during their Earth Day Celebration on April 19th 10a-2p Activities at theCivic Center Foote Lagoon at 500 E. Third Street. We will be planting two trees (11AM & 1PM) during the event in celebration of Earth day.
The Big Thompson River has left vast portions of of Loveland flooded and present new hazards as City crews work to assess damage, reopen closed roadways, keep utility services intact and assist residents affected by the flooding. The city of Loveland released this information late last night:
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