• Lucky Pie Pizza in Niwot - conversation, pizza and wine

    https://www.luckypiepizza.com Tuesday deal - Buy a pizza for $14 or more and get a free bottle of wine.

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  • 🌟Easter Sunrise Service - Red Rocks - and Breakfast!

    Red Rocks Amphitheatre

    What better way to Rise and celebrate Christ's love by going to the famed Easter Sunrise Service at Red Rocks then get a bite to eat on the way home. Snooze in Boulder, or better. Hardy souls can meet at 4:15 am - carpooling from King Soopers Table Mesa in Boulder. We can stop for a coffee at 7-11 in Golden if need be! Service finished at 7:30 ish. You could return and go to your “normal” church after. Or just resonate in the love from The Rocks and our new friendships! https://www.redrocksonline.com/events/detail/easter-sunrise-service-1

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  • Create & Connect: Vision/Intention Boards

    Grace's Place

    Spring is the perfect time to 'let go' of what no longer serves you & set an intention for what you would like to bring into your precious life! We will gather in a short circle-share before we start our "boards". Healthy snacks & drinks will be provided as well as ALL materials for your vision-board. If you have never created a VISION-board, it is a collage piece filled with your dreams & desires, infused with your strong intentions that it will come to fruition. *There is a small fee of $10 (to cover costs of materials).

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  • Bike and Beer

    Roger's Grove Park

    Current forecast for Saturday is 79 and partly cloudy, so pump up those bike tires and let's meet for a gentle cruise to Sandstone Ranch on the St. Vrain trail. This will be about 14 miles RT, but this is mostly flat terrain. We can rest at Sandstone Ranch before returning the same way. And, this being Longmont, we will stop at Lefthand Brewery for a beer/water and enjoy the outside area a few miles from the starting point at Rogers Grove. NOTE: This is an at-your-own-risk event and everyone is responsible for their own health and safety. Bring water, lock. helmet.

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  • Public Star Night- Dr Spencer SwRI - New Horizon phase II

    Little Thompson Observatory

    Stop by my house first at 5:30 or 6 for a piece of cheese pizza and a goat visit. I will get a pizza from the Berthoud Pizza company. I will send rsvp’d people my address. I am just south of Berthoud. Or meet at the observatory. ———————————— Our next public star night will be Friday April 19, 2019. Our speaker will be Dr John Spencer from Southwest Research Institute (SwRI) in Boulder. His talk will review the latest findings from the New Horizons mission to Pluto and the asteroid Ultima Thule. Doors Open: 7:00 Guest Speaker: 7:30 - 8:30 Observing: 8:30 - 10:00 On January 1, 2019, deep in the Kuiper Belt a billion miles beyond Pluto, the New Horizons spacecraft flew past the small object 2014 MU69, nicknamed Ultima Thule, making MU69 the most distant object ever visited by a spacecraft. New Horizons revealed MU69 to be a primordial contact binary, unlike any object ever seen before, providing a window on the earliest stages of planetary formation. Dr. Spencer will describe the discovery of MU69, the planning of the flyby, and what has been learned from the data returned so far. John Spencer is an Institute Scientist at the Southwest Research Institute in Boulder, CO, and is a Deputy Project Scientist on the New Horizons mission. He led the search that resulted in the discovery of MU69 and led the planning of New Horizon's observations during the encounter. He also works on NASA's Lucy mission to the Trojan asteroids, and the NASA Europa Clipper mission. Weather permitting after the presentation, visitors will be invited to look through our large telescope at various celestial objects. Public star nights are held the third Friday of each month, except July, when we are closed for annual maintenance. If you have any questions, please call the observatory information line at (970)[masked] or check the LTO web site at www.starkids.org

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  • CHEESEMAKING 101 W/CHEESE & HARD CIDER + BABY GOATS! pre-registration required

    This class is now FULL. https://theartofcheese.com/event/cheesemaking-101-w-cheese-hard-cider-pairing-baby-goats-600-pm/ As of 3/31/2019 there were 10 spots available for registration. I talked to the instructor and 20 people have already registered. I will try to update the available spaces in a few days. Join us for this popular educational and tasty happy hour at Longmont’s St. Vrain Cidery! You’ll get to enjoy some delicious cheese and hard-cider pairings while watching homemade cheese being made by Kate Johnson of The Art of Cheese. During this interactive demonstration class, you’ll learn the basic art and science behind the cheesemaking process, the equipment and key ingredients needed and how to source the best milk for making cheese at home. And to celebrate spring kidding season, we’ll be bringing some special guests from Briar Gate Farm who will make an appearance at the end of class for some snuggling and photo ops. You’ll leave with some great recipes and the know-how to make a few easy cheeses yourself.

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  • Shakespeare's Titus Andronicus @ Fearless Theater

    Come and see Shakespeare's bloodiest play with fellow theater enthusiasts from our Meetup group. In our #metoo era, the themes of this play have never been more relevant, so this is sure to be a provacative production. Go to https://fearless-theatre.ticketleap.com/titus/dates to purchase your ticket ($18 + 1.90 fee); seats are general admission, so we should be able to sit together when we arrive! Once we have members signed up, we can come up with a plan to meet for a bite to eat or a drink in advance of the show. Support independent local theater in Denver! (Use the code EATTHEFLESH for a discount on your ticket until midnight on Friday, March 15!)

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  • La Vita Bella - Coffee, Cocktails, and Conversation

    Coffee, cocktails, and food available. Check out their website: https://longmontcoffee.com Please RSVP! About their coffee... “We worked with Gunbarrel-based Ampersand Coffee to develop our House Blend which we brew for both our espresso and drip coffees. We are proud to roast this coffee. Typically in the coffee industry, less than 3% of farms are owned by women, though more than 70% are operated by women alone. This blend features coffees grown on farms owned and operated by women.”

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  • Rayback Collective

    Rayback Collective

    REI is giving a presentation on How to Climb a 14er. It could be interesting, and maybe even motivate me to want to climb a 14er. Plus, there’s beer and food trucks!

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  • The Art of Cheese wine and cheese party. RSVP via link

    The Art of Cheese at Launch Longmont

    Free event- grand re-opening! RSVP here https://theartofcheese.com/event/grand-re-opening-open-house-600-800-pm-wine-cheese-party/ After 3+ years at our classroom within the Haystack Mountain Creamery, we have moved to a new home base in downtown Longmont! (Haystack is consolidating their two creameries into one, and in the process we lost our classroom space). As of 12:00 pm Monday, April 1st there are 30 spots available

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