Sunday Sep 24 @ 10:30 AM
Uganda Mission Presentation
Saint John’s Lutheran Church – Kimberly Pepmiller and Nelly Sanford, who recently returned from working in the villages of Naboko­tom and Lope­dot in northern Uganda, will share stories and photos from their experience in eastern Africa.
    Sunday Sep 24 @ 11:00 AM
Workstudy 2018 Parent & Student Meeting
Mountain View Youth Group – This is only for those in 8th-12th grade! Workstudy is Mountain View Youth Groups Mission Trip. This will take place over the summer of 2018. We are asking all students in 8th grade on up to attend this meeting with their parents! We will be voting on dates, place to go, activity we will do there, and MORE! It is vital that you bring a calendar with the dates that you have for summer 2018. Especially if you know the usual dates you have for sports, camps, family trips, etc!
    Sunday Sep 24 @ 2:00 PM
Old Town Craft Beer Crawl
The Forge Publick House – We teamed up with our friends at Choice City Butcher & Deli and Tap & Handle for a craft beer bar crawl! Here is how it works. Purchase your tickets on event brite (link below) Stop by Tap and Handle first, get your wristband, enjoy the first round of three, flight of beers, and some snacks to go along with it. Below is the featured beer & food. Each flight will be 5oz for each beer at each loaction. Tap and Handle: Odd13 Brewing - Zerofan (a "zero ibu" superfan variant) Crooked Stave Artisan Beer Project - Baby Bear (remember Mama Bear cherry pie? Well this is with blueberries) Prairie Artisan Ales - Deconstructed Bomb! Vanilla A Taco Bar (BBQ Sriracha pork & Chicken) & Spinach Artichoke dip w/ veggie and pita tray will be available for those with a wristband Choice City Butcher & Deli Odd13 Brewing - Eric's ex wife (NE style of course) Crooked Stave Artisan Beer Project- Surette Reserva Raspberry Prairie Artisan Ales - Deconstructed Bomb! Chocolate 3 Specialty Sliders- TBA The Forge Publick House Odd13 Brewing - Pinkish Panther (IPA w/ guava & Hibiscus) Crooked Stave Artisan Beer Project - Surette Reserva Peach Prairie Artisan Ales - Desconstructed Bomb! Chili Food will be - key lime thumbprint cookies with the IPA, Chocolate peanut brittle to go with the Chili Bomb and then a plum teacake to go with the Crooked Stave.
    Sunday Sep 24 @ 6:30 PM
Authors' Talk
Old Firehouse Books – Authors' talk - a panel of four local authors discussing writing about other people's stories. Panel members are Teresa Funke, Sara Hoffman, Beverly Marquart, and Sandy Scott.
    Sunday Sep 24 - Oct 23 @ 7:00 PM
Nocturne Fusion - September 24th
Nocturne Fusion – Heya, it's finally time! The next NOCTURNE FUSION is happening this Sunday, September 24th! Join us for 4+ hours of Fusion dance at one of the coolest venues in town, the Downtown Artery. LESSON/PRACTICA 7 - 8pm. An all levels interactive class. Never partner danced before? New to Fusion? Please join us! DANCE 8 - Midnightish. We've got guest DJs again! Blaine and Tyler will join Varvara to craft an epic mixed-genre set of *fresh* fusion soundscapes. Anything from groovy downtempo electronica to bouncy hip hop, mellow indie folk to sultry R&B might be played. Blaine 8 - 9pm Varvara 9 - 11pm Tyler 11 - midnightish $6 admission. Price includes entry to the lesson. Complementary refreshments will be served. You can also purchase food and drink--including alcoholic beverages--at the Cafe until about 10pm. See you soon! ~Varvara NOCTURNE FUSION aims to provide a creative space that offers an inclusive and inspirational dance experience. Nocturne’s vision is to nurture a community of social dancers who share a passion for innovative, deeply connected partner dance, and fresh, eclectic music.
    Sunday Sep 24 @ 9:00 PM
Surfside 7 – $7
    Sunday Sep 24 - Sep 25 @ 9:00 PM
Ixalan Prerelease Sunday 1PM
The Haunted Game Cafe – Come to one of the Ixalan Prerelease Events and experience the newest Magic: The Gathering set a week before it goes on sale! What Happens There? When you show up at a Prerelease you will be given the opportunity to play with the newest cards using the Sealed Deck format. Players will make a 40 card deck using packs contained in the Prerelease Pack and Basic Land. We’ll have basic land available to borrow. After 50 minutes of deck building, players will be matched up to play a best of three games match. All players will play in every round, win or lose. Players will receive one pack per match win as prize support. The Haunted Game Cafe continues our tradition of FREE FOOD at all the prerelease events! Sunday September 24 at 1:00 PM This event will be capped at four rounds
    Monday Sep 25 @ 7:30 AM
High School Day of Service
University Schools – Day of Service for UHS students
    Monday Sep 25 @ 9:00 AM
Volunteer at Food Bank for Larimer County w/ Project Helping
Project Helping – Not everyone is fortunate enough to know where their next meal will come from. Fortunately, there are amazing places like the Food Bank for Larimer County to tackle the issue of hunger. And of course, there are amazing people like you who are willing to volunteer to help make that possible. So, let’s get to it! WHAT WILL WE BE DOING? For this volunteer opportunity, we will be assisting in the warehouse. Volunteers in this area usually work behind the scenes; sorting food drives, bagging commodities, and repackaging food that arrives in bulk. FAQs Why volunteer? Be a part of something fun, engaging and impactful. As a volunteer you'll be supporting your community and improving your own health. Earn tons of good karma and do something impactful. Trust us, your friends will be jealous! Speaking of friends, bring them along! Volunteering with friends and family makes the day even more memorable. And, of course, the chance to change the world. Who doesn't want that?? Does this event require special skills? There are no specific skills needed for this event. But we should consider being awesome and wanting to volunteer a special skill. Are there age requirements for volunteering? For this event, volunteers ages 10-15 must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Young adults 16-17 years may volunteer without a supervising adult, but written consent from a parent/guardian is required. Court-ordered community service volunteers must be at least 18. ALL THE DETAILS: Where to meet and park? What to wear and bring? What is the agenda for the day? You can see all of the details by following this link: We’ll also send a reminder email and text before the event! To make sure you get the emails, please add Project Helping ( to your contacts. More Questions? Email Project Helping at or call 303-551-0624
    Monday Sep 25 @ 6:30 PM
Powder Puff Football
University Schools – At Football Stadium
    Monday Sep 25 @ 9:00 PM
Surfside 7 – POST PARADISE, DARK ROOMS & MODEL FLOORS debut show!! $8 w/ a soon to be named band consisting of members from "wire dogs, fierce bad rabbit and somerset catalog"! Their 1st show!!
    Tuesday Sep 26 @ 4:00 PM
Star Wars T-Shirt Appreciation Day
Dungeons & Drafts – Almost everyone has a Star Wars t shirt (or many). Why not wear that shirt to enjoy BOGO drinks for one night only? We will even show Star Wars VII: The Force Awakens beginning at 6PM on the projector! Enjoy!
    Tuesday Sep 26 @ 6:00 PM
Primitive Skills Club: Hunting Tools and Tactics
The Growing Project – o The hunting season is upon us. Are you ready to harvest your first meal this year? Come play and learn hands on with primitive hunting tools and how effective they can be. We will have Atl-Atls, Bow and Arrows, Throwing Sticks, and more! o Free, All Ages under 15 must be accompanied by parental supervision. PLEASE PARK IN DESIGNATED PARKING LOT AND FOLLOW SIGNS TO THE GARDEN.
    Tuesday Sep 26 @ 6:00 PM
Dee Tyler at the Food Truck Rally
Mishawaka Amphitheatre – The Mishawaka is proud to supply the brilliant local talent for this years food truck rally series. 5/16- Tyler Thompson 5/23 - Johnny Ryan of Johnny & The Mongrels 5/30 - Dave Meservy 6/6 - The 14ers Music 6/13 - Ryan Crys of Ryan Crys & The Rough Cuts 6/20 - Antonio Lopez 6/27 - Elyse Miller 7/11 - Maya Bennett Music 7/18 - Josh Vogeler 7/25 - Bethel Steele 8/1 - Rosann Winn - Set It Free Music 8/8 - Emma Marie Music 8/15 - The Seers 8/22 - Mike McGraw 8/29 - The 14ers Music 9/5 - TMULE 9/12 - Tim Ostdiek 9/19 - Nancy Just 9/26 - Dee Tyler Music
    Tuesday Sep 26 @ 6:00 PM
Book Talk with Albert DeSilver
Old Firehouse Books – Albert DeSilver will be talking about his book Writing as a Path to Awakening, showing readers how meditation can cultivate depth in their writing.
    Tuesday Sep 26 @ 7:00 PM
Ace Gillett's and Horse & Dragon Beer Dinner
Ace Gillett's – Come enjoy a night on the town with us and Horse & Dragon Brewing Company! Enjoy a four-course meal crafted by Executive Chef Verona Vidano and Sous Chef Mac Fischer. Each dish is perfectly paired with select brews from our partnering sponsor, Horse & Dragon Brewing. TICKETS ARE GOING FAST - GRAB YOURS TODAY! Tickets: $70/person
    Tuesday Sep 26 @ 7:30 PM
Voice Area Recital / Free
Colorado State University Center for the Arts – Cost: FREE and Open to the Public Performances of art songs and arias from undergraduate and graduate voice majors.
    Tuesday Sep 26 @ 9:00 PM
RE:Turn Tuesday’s - Unlimited Gravity w/ Krushendo Elctrx & more
Hodi's Half Note – RE:Turn Tuesday’s - Unlimited Gravity w/ Lunar Time Lapse, Krushendo and Elctrx at Hodi's Half Note on Tuesday, September 26th Unlimited Gravity WATCH: Krushendo Elctrx Lunar Time Lapse
    Wednesday Sep 27 @ 10:50 AM
Student Council Elections
Colorado Early Colleges Fort Collins – Elections for President, Vice-President, Secretary, and Treasurer/Parliamentarian will be held on Wednesday, September 27 during periods 4 and 5 in the Cafeteria/Commons area. Come cast your vote!
    Wednesday Sep 27 @ 5:30 PM
Symbols and History of Lynching in America
CSU College of Liberal Arts – A noose is more than just a crude object — it's a symbol. In the wake of recent national and local demonstrations of racial intimidation and terrorism, we're sponsoring a free campus-wide event in collaboration with the ACT Human Rights Film Festival, the Black/African American Cultural Center (BAACC) at Colorado State University, the CSU Department of Communication Studies, the CSU Department of Ethnic Studies, and the Department of History - Colorado State University. The evening program combines presentations on the symbols and history of lynching, student discussion on bias-motivated incidents on campus, and a screening of and Q&A session on AN OUTRAGE, a 33-minute documentary film that incorporates the memories and perspectives of descendants, activists, and scholars of lynching and was filmed on location at lynching sites in six different states. Please join us after the event for a gathering in LSC theatre lobby with refreshments. The event is free and open to the public.