Check out live music, learn about home remodeling, and more at these 11 events in Greeley, Weld County and beyond
Do you have a teen whose dream is to become a rodeo queen?
Always wanted to master the ability to cook amazing Pad Thai?
Do you feel like going to a music performance after being banned from the live music scene last year?
Then the list of Go + Do events this week with these activities and much more for the week from Friday April 16 through Thursday April 22 is just right for you.
Friday April 16
1. Miss Rodeo Colorado Clinic 2021 begins at 6 p.m. at Island Grove Regional Park, 501 N. 14th Ave., with workshops, clinics, and more. The event is designed to help young women who wish to develop the skills necessary to successfully compete for state and local titles. The event is open to girls aged 16 and over. Tickets cost between $ 20 and $ 150 per person. Further information can be found at https://bit.ly/3fFYyRT.
2. Head to the Moxi Theater to kick off the weekend with performances by Jake LaCoste, Random Tanner, and others at 6:00 p.m. at 802 9th St. All responsible age groups with a valid photo ID are very welcome. Masks and social distancing are required. Tickets cost between $ 15 and $ 160. More information is available at www.moxitheater.com.
3. The Aggie Theater will host an evening with desert residents at 7:00 pm at 204 S. College Ave., Fort Collins. The band skilfully mixes a mixture of styles into a “Sonic incense” for body and mind. Tickets are $ 140 for a four-person table or $ 280 for an eight-player table. More information is available at www.theaggietheatre.com.
Saturday 17th April
4. Enjoy an afternoon of classical music at the Fantastic Finals at 2:00 PM and 7:30 PM at the Cheyenne Civic Center, 510 W. 20th St., Cheyenne. The last show of the Cheyenne Symphony Orchestra season is a performance of Beethoven’s piano concerto “Emperor” by Michael Roll. Tickets range from $ 12 to $ 47 per person. All age groups are cordially invited. More information is available at www.cheyennesymphony.org.
5. Go downtown Greeley to help Magical Moments celebrate their open house at 920 9th Ave from 10 am-4pm. Several princesses, good fairies, and more will be attending the free event. The event is open to all ages. More information is available at www.magicalmomentscometrue.com.
6. Painting with a Purpose at Greeley’s Potter Painting from 10 am to 12 pm at 5750 W. 10th St. For $ 20, participants can choose to have a mug, plate, bowl, or all three with part of the Want to paint the proceeds SAVA. The event is open to all ages and skill levels. More information is available at www.workofartgreeley.com.
Sunday April 18th
7. Swallow Hill Music to host Olivia Shaw and Emma Rose’s livestream concert at 3pm in Colorado. Shaw and Rose will entertain the audience with original songs played with acoustic guitars, violin, bass and banjo. The free concert is open to all ages. Further information can be found at https://bit.ly/3cOR3X9.
Wednesday April 21st
8. Balanced Movement Yoga holds Yoga Nidra from 6pm to 7pm in his studio at 802 9th St. Suite 102. Students lie on the floor, supported by blankets and pillows, with soothing music in the background as they are guided through the meditation . All age groups and skill levels are very welcome. Tickets are $ 20 per person and are free for members. More information is available at www.balancedmovementyoga.com.
9. Learn how to make authentic Pad Thai with Thai food expert Mint Brown at New America College Thai Cooking Class online for a good cause at 7pm. The event is open to anyone interested in cooking and developing new skills. A list of ingredients and a link to the Zoom program will be sent after registration. Tickets are $ 20 per person and all ages and skill levels are welcome. Further information or registration for the event can be found at https://bit.ly/3wqG79Q.
10. Would you like to expand your home but you are not sure how? Then Bump It Out or Pop the Top: Demystifying the Home Remodel Process is for you. The online program starts at 4 p.m. Kaci Taylor from the architecture firm THE5WH in Denver guides the audience through various conversion options. The free event is open to all ages and skill levels. Further information can be found at https://bit.ly/3umY5rT.
Thursday April 22nd
11. The Outlaw Saloon is hosted by Granger Smith with Earl Dibbles Jr. and Red Iron Push at 7pm at 312 S. Greeley Hwy., Cheyenne. The singer-songwriter will play music from his Country Things Vol. 2. 1 and 2. Tickets are $ 25 per person for general admission. The concert is open to adults aged 21 and over. More information can be found at https://bit.ly/3rPaIub.
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