Corn roast, ground expo, music, dance next week at Lolandland-area events

Since August, Loveland has a wide range of events to choose from, including the Corn Roast Festival, the Underground Expo, the Arts and Music Festival.

Corn Roast Festival

The 125th Old Fashioned Lolandland Corn Roast Festival Friday and Saturday, August 27-28 at Fairgrounds Park, 700 S. Railroad Ave. Held at Loveland.

Arrangements will be held from 5-10 p.m., Friday, August 27, and 11 a.m. to 8 p.m., Saturday, August 28.

The first night will feature a corn shaking competition, live music and fireworks display.

The corn roast will begin on Saturday at 9:30 am with the motto “I believe in diversity.”

Other activities on the day included roast corn sales, children’s activities, vendors and music by Steve Menschel, After Fire, Dotcero and Retro ’80s Tribute Band.

Admission is free.

For details, visit

Overland Expo

Overland Expo Mountain West at the Ranch Events Complex, 5280 Arena Circle, Loveland, Friday, August 27, 8 a.m.-5pm Saturday, August 28, and 8 am -3 pm Sunday, August 29.

Provides lessons for 4-wheel drive fans and adventurous cyclists. Programs, speakers and trainers from all over the world; Overland Film Festival; Tabletop discussions,; Demonstrations; Food and hundreds of adventure travel equipment, camping gear, bicycles, vehicles and services vendors.

Tickets are $ 25-400.

For details, visit

2021 Summer Show

Top country dancers will perform their 2021 summer performances on Friday, August 27 and 2 and 5:30 on Saturday, August 28, at the Realto Theater Center, 228 E. Fourth St., Laveland.

Tickets are $ 15 for adults and $ 11 for children.

Call 970-962-2120 for details or visit

Nathan and Jesse

Nazi and Jesse, mixing dual jazz folk and blues on guitars and accordion, 7-9: 30 pm Saturday, August 28, The Gressiwick, 426 N. Lincoln Ave. , Runs on Loveland.

They enjoy amazing original music and stories of their travels.

Tickets are $ 20.

Call 970-315-2443 for details or visit

Kevin Cook Nature Speech

Naturalist Kevin Cook gives a natural discourse on “Comments Are Easy.” Knowledge is a challenge. ”From 10-11 a.m. Wednesday, September 1, online via Zom.

Each month, his “Nature Explorer’s Nature” series looks at a problem related to nature or wildlife and proposes to solve it.

In his September speech, Cook said the 180-day school year, set in the 1800s, did not meet our needs, and explored how students wanted a stronger biology curriculum, both for better quality of life and better citizenship.

The monthly nature sponsored by Loveland Public Library is free.

See details at to join.

Call 962-2401 for details.

Physics and bubble -baseball

“Physics and Bubble – Baseball” will be presented at 2pm on Saturday, August 28, at Lovewalk, 118 W, St. Laveland.

In addition to being an American pastime, baseball is a sport that is highly dependent on physics. Dr. Charles Quinn explains why different fields move, why baseball bats have a sweet spot, why wooden bats are used instead of aluminum bats, why the steroid era has made so many people hit home runs, but with battery average improvements, the latest on the ball Changes affect MLB hitting and other fun things.

The event will include beer, casual prizes and a fast-paced competition for prizes.

For details, visit

‘Beauty and the Beast’

“Beauty and the Beast Unexpected Journey” opens Friday, August 27 at the Fort Collins Museum, 201S Ave., Fort Collins.

Artists Lori Akot and Adam Schultz have teamed up to create the first sculpture exhibition.

The show will run until October 17. The museum is open 10 am-5pm Wednesday-Friday and 5pm on weekends.

For details, visit

Break Free Fitness

The third annual Holiday Fitness Festival will be held at Fort Collins in Washington Park on Friday, August 27 at 5-10 p.m.

In dark yoga and dance parties, it features circus performers, firefighters, air artists, music, DJs, food, beverages and fitness.

Organizer Rachel Pastor is a recovering heroin addict and went begging on Fort Collins Street to become a wife for Fort Collins Police and a mother of two daughters.

For details, visit

‘Black Beauty’

From August 26 to September 8 at Walnut Creek 222 Walnut St.

The show features top African-American artists from the United States and abroad.

Artist Reception will be held from September 3 to 6-9 during the first Friday Walk to the Gallery.

The show will also be broadcast live on Artist Studios from September 2-5 for four days.

For details, refusal to visit – visit or

‘Treasures to Look For’

The “Treasures We Save: Dior Collection Clothing Exhibition” will begin on Sunday, August 29, 1879 at Avenue House, 328 W. Mountain Ave. , Fort Collins.

An exhibition that gives visitors the opportunity to discover a century of the heirs of a family, including books, blankets, and toys, and more than a century’s worth of custom mills from the 1840s to the mid-20th century.

The exhibition invites visitors to reflect on the resources and memories they hold, as well as information on the care and storage of their own family collections.

The opening day will be celebrated with ice cream social and games on the lawn, including “Donkey Game”, the first Dyer’s pin-tailed-donkey game on display.

Tickets are $ 12 for adults and $ 6 for children.

The exhibition will run until mid-November. Tickets can be purchased at

For details call 970-221-0533 or visit

Twilight garden talks

Colorado State University Department of Gardening and Landscaping Architecture, CSU Extension and Gardens at Spring Creek on Tuesday, August 24 and 31 and September 7 at Spring Creek, 2145 Center Ave. , Will present the Twilight Garden Lecture series at Fort Collins Gardens.

The August 24 topic is “Explore Garden Design” with Lauren Springer, Garden Cactus Gardens, Emily Goldman, Plant Exploration of Vegetable Choices and Design, and Conspiracy with Consumers CSU Extension “Derrin Davidson”.

The August 31 headline will be a “winning display” with the CSU teams on the 2021 annual and permanent plant experiments, and CSU Extension Allison O’Connor and Amy Lentz will discuss the fallout.

SEPTEMBER 7 “Putting Your Garden to Bed and Preparing for Spring” Spring Creek staffed with gardening equipment and many years of care, and CSU Tony Koski on lawn care.

It costs $ 10 for one event or $ 25 for all three.

For details or to register, visit

Saving mobile images

Artists Dan Burkholder and Karen Klineinst discuss strategies and best practices for transferring, supporting, storing and publishing mobile images; And how that can get into the big issue of protecting family photos, favorite pictures and other important images.

The “Save, or Destroy” images, sponsored by the Art and Photography Center, will be held on Tuesday, August 24 at 5: 30-7: 30 p.m.

Summarizes time for questions and answers.

Cost is $ 35 for members and $ 45 for others. Register at

Sonic Spotlight

The Fort Collins Discovery Museum, 105.5 Colorado Voice and Bohemia Foundation will host Sonic Spotlight, a music show and a competition for young artists.

North Colorado musicians can apply to perform at the age of 22 and in any genre. Selected artists and bands will have the opportunity to work with industry professionals, meet their creative peers, receive radio play, create professional music videos, win prizes, and play live in two imaginary scenes this fall. The Music Industry Patriots panel will decide which artists will be promoted and which finalist will be the winner of Sonic Spotlight 2021.

Introduction call is open until September 13th.

Visit to learn more.

Redneck Ride

Reneck’s annual trip to raise awareness and raise money for Parkinson’s patients in Parkinson’s will be held on Sunday, August 10 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

The day includes more than 10 years of eco cycling, games, food and live music to raise awareness for Parkinson’s disease and for individuals.

This year’s trip will include fresh milk in the morning to ensure the safety of all riders and a comprehensive family-friendly event.

John Jacquesot, a resident of Loveland, is interested in helping those struggling with Parkinson’s in the face of constant income. All proceeds will be donated to the Parkinson Community of Colorado Park for a 63-plus free weekly exercise course funded by the Parkinson’s Association.

Bring your bikes, a chair or a blanket.

Admission is not required, but a $ 30 donation is offered.

Visit to register.

Winona Jud

Wino and Jud will play the Great Noise and Sugar Brits on Thursday, August 8, at the Mishawaka Amphitheater, 13714 at Pow Canyon Road, Bellevue.

Tickets are available at $ 40- $ 75,

Priest Piton’s biggest band

Pastor Peeton’s Big Dam Band will perform its dance songs on Sunday, August 29, at the Moxy Theater, 802 Ninth St., Grieley.

The group is touring with the album “Dance Songs for the Hard Times” released on April 9.

Tickets range from $ 15- $ 120, available at

Estes Valley Plane Air

Estes Park Art Center, 517 Big Thompson Avenue, Part 201, Estes Park, is hosting the third annual Estes Valley Plane Air Show with 32 artists.

The “Estes Park Recognition of Female Artists” program will be held on Tuesday, August 24 at 6-8 p.m. at the Estes Park Museum, 200th St., Estes Park.

Quick Paint and Bidding will be held at 8:30 am-noon on Saturday, August 28, at Riverside Plaza. In 90 minutes, people can see artists at work to create a picture and participate in a live auction.

The gala reception will be held at the Art Center from August 5 to 8 p.m.

The Estes Valley Plan Air Sales and Exhibition will take place from August 28-September. 26 At the Art Center. All works of art are for sale.

The center is open daily from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Visit for details.

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