Jan. 1st - Aug. 31st
BRINGING BACK THE HOUSE CALL
DispatchHealth provides on-demand healthcare in the convenience of your home.
Avoid unnecessary expenses and trips to the ER. DispatchHealth can treat: pains, sprains, cuts, wounds, high fevers, upper respiratory infections and much more. Our medical teams are equipped with all the tools necessary to provide advanced care in the comfort of your home, workplace or location of need.
We work with all major health insurance companies in Colorado and bill insurance directly for the care provided.
On-demand healthcare - 7 days a week - 9am to 9pm
Download the app or call us at 303-500-1518 for care today!
Feb. 5th - Jun. 18th
The Global Village Museum welcomes "Encounters: Images and Words," a collection of poems and photographs by James W. Boyd, Sr. Boyd, a retired Colorado State University professor, spent decades traveling in Europe and Asia to study various religions and philosophies.
The exhibit open March 4th as part of Fort Collins Gallery Walk from 6-9 pm at the Museum. Admission is half-price, and Boyd will greet visitors and answer questions. The exhibit runs through June 18th.
The Global Village Museum is a 501(c)(3) corporation. Located at 200 W. Mountain Avenue, the Museum is open from 11 am-5 pm Tuesday through Saturday.
Feb. 5th - Jun. 18th
China's Imperial Treasures:
Art & Artifacts
Feb 5 - June 18, 2016
Tues - Sat 11 - 5 pm
$5 adults, $3 seniors/students, & $1 children.
Peruse Chinese artistry through the centuries in Global Village Museum's Main Gallery exhibit "China's Imperial Treasures: Art & Artifacts." Capture the essence of Chinese culture with unforgettable treasures from the 5 foot jade dragon boat to the minuscule paintings on rice grain's.
"China's Imperial Treasures: Art & Artifacts" represents a broad array of treasures portrayed in several different materials such as jade, bronze, porcelain, silk, agate, silver, ivory, and wood. Rich with traditional motifs, scenes from daily life, and cultural symbolism each treasure in will provide an awe-inspiring visit to China within Fort Collins. Exhibit ends June 18, 2016.
May. 17th - Dec. 30th
In the return of the Investigating Dinosaurs exhibit, young visitors can become Junior Paleontologists and explore how we know what we know about dinosaurs. How do we know what dinosaurs looked like, how they walked or where they lived? Within five interactive stations, children will have the opportunity to uncover a dinosaur fossil, puzzle together a dinosaur skeleton, compare your footprints to a dinosaur print, create a landscape for dinosaurs to live in and make a dinosaur rubbing. This engaging exhibit provides many ways for children to use critical thinking skills such as analyzing evidence and logical reasoning, as well as open-ended imaginative play.
May. 17th - Jun. 1st
With three rings of affordable family fun, "The Jordan World Circus" will thrill fans of all ages. Come see the death-defying aerial acts, animal attractions including tigers and elephants. In addition to the performing acts, kids will have the unique opportunity to ride and pet different types of animals! May 16th - The Jordan World Circus Longmont, CO / May 20th - The Jordan World Circus Greeley, CO. Acts are subject to change *
May. 20th - Aug. 24th
Summer camps at Kids' Adventures are packed with fun activities that promote fitness, good nutrition and learning. 2016 is shaping up to be the best summer yet!
Campers will participate in fun new events each week that will get them moving and teach them important skills. Exciting excursions will let kids explore all the fun things Colorado has to offer, super fun BOKS classes will keep them active, and nutrition classes from Slow Food Denver will let them nurture their inner chef. Plus, our staff will provide powerful reading practices in collaboration with BOSSreaders that will keep the learning going all summer long.
Camps offered in various locations across Denver Metro and Monument.
Find your summer at Water World, opening May 28th, 2016. America's biggest and best family water park features over 50 aquatic attractions from mild to wild. Discover Warp Speed, our new interactive slideboarding experience. Fly on the Mile High Flyer hydro-magnetic coaster, or float along the Lazy River. Go on a family raft adventure on the Lost River of the Pharaohs or travel back in time to days of dinosaurs with Voyage to the Center of the Earth. Located just 15 minutes north of downtown Denver, parking is free and picnics are welcome. For operating schedules, information and special group and birthday packages, visit WaterWorldColorado.com or call 303-427-SURF (7873).
May. 31st - Aug. 12th
Participate in the Rivendell Robotics Institute! Spend a week building and programming a robot using the LEGO MindStorms NXT kits and one of the challenge tables from past competitions. Design your own robot to complete tasks - each week will offer a different challenge. Award-winning coaches will guide you through the process. Bring your enthusiasm and willingness to be saturated with this high tech opportunity! No previous experience is necessary.
Harpist Kris Hickman will perform 6:30-8:30 pm on Friday, June 3, at the Global Village Museum of Arts and Cultures, 200 West Mountain Avenue. The patio performance is free, with half-price admission to the Museum as part of Fort Collins Gallery Walk.
Canon City, CO 81215
Jun. 5th - Sep. 17th
Royal Gorge Bridge and Park Becomes Park After Dark in 2016. New Amphitheater Brings in Name Entertainment
Canon City, Colo.--This year the Royal Gorge Bridge & Park pulls in top-performing artists and entertainment with Park After Dark, a 5-band concert series at their Elk Park Amphitheater nestled "on the other side of the bridge." The series begins on June 5, with Kaleo, the Icelandic rock band taking America by storm, followed by Nitty Gritty Dirt Band and their 50th Anniversary Tour on June 30.
The new amphitheater follows the tradition of great Colorado venues with lawn seating for 2,500, and awe-inspiring views of the Sangre De Cristo Mountain Range. Pre-Concert entertainment begins at 6:30 pm, Bands at 8 pm. All rides shows and attractions will be open until 10 pm. Sponsored in part by Bristol Brewery and the Winery at the Holy Cross Abbey, both home-grown Colorado businesses. Here's the line-up:
June 5: Kaleo
June 30: Nitty Gritty Dirt Band
July 16: Blue Oyster Cult
Aug: 5: Mark Chesnutt
Sept. 17: Blitzen Trapper
Vice-President and General Manager, Mike Bandera said "We have always talked about extending the hours of the park and building a concert facility in Southern Colorado. It's beautiful here and what better way to enjoy a concert, great music, great scenery."
Park After Dark tickets are on sale now at the affordable price of $40, said Bandera. This admission includes park offerings from 5 pm until 10 pm. If a patron wishes to spend the day at the park and attend Park After Dark, price is $65.
Visit royalgorgebridge.com for Park After Dark purchases and park information. Seating is limited for the concert and on a first come, first serve basis. Park After Dark tickets can purchased at the park on the day of the show if seating is available. The concert series is produced by FrogDawgProductions.
Jun. 6th - 10th
YEL 4! Project Runway '16
For students entering 4th-8th Grades
New summer projects! A wrap-around skirt, infinity scarf, Chapstick keychain and pin cushion are all on the 2016 summer docket. In this Youth Enrichment League (YEL) summer camp, students will learn the basics of hand sewing, machine sewing as well as measuring, pinning and cutting patterns. No experience necessary**. Dress up your summer with a new wardrobe that you made yourself! Visit www.YouthEnrichmentLeague.com for more details and don't forget to mark your calendar for the PROJECT RUNWAY SHOWCASE the last day of camp. A stitch in time saves nine...Sign up today!
**If you are an experienced seamstress, check out the Project Runway Intermediate classes. There's one in or near your community.
Fee includes $20 for materials.
Jun. 7th - Jul. 26th
This weekly Tuesday morning movie series offers a broad range of movies for varying ages or youth audiences. While geared for children, this eight-part series offers an assortment of films that several generations can enjoy. With classics, soon-to-be-classics, and award-winning favorites, these movies are a great way to leave your worries behind and focus on the things that really matter.
The Tuesday Family Cinema For Kids series is FREE thanks to funding by the Iva Lee McKee Charitable Trust.
There is no charge for admission, but space is limited and entry will be on a first-come, first-served basis.