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Weather Forecast for Fort Collins

Overnight

Mostly clear, with a low around 53. West northwest wind 3 to 5 mph.

Wednesday

Mostly sunny, with a high near 90. Calm wind becoming south 5 to 8 mph in the afternoon.

Wednesday Night

Mostly clear, with a low around 56. South wind 5 to 8 mph becoming calm in the evening.

Thursday

Mostly sunny, with a high near 93. Calm wind becoming south southeast 5 to 7 mph in the afternoon.

Thursday Night

Mostly clear, with a low around 58. South southeast wind 5 to 7 mph becoming calm.

Friday

Sunny, with a high near 94.

Friday Night

Partly cloudy, with a low around 61.

Saturday

A slight chance of showers and thunderstorms after noon. Mostly sunny, with a high near 93.

Saturday Night

A slight chance of showers and thunderstorms before midnight. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 60.

Sunday

A chance of showers and thunderstorms after noon. Mostly sunny, with a high near 89.

Sunday Night

A chance of showers and thunderstorms. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 57.

Monday

A chance of showers and thunderstorms. Mostly sunny, with a high near 86.

Monday Night

A chance of showers and thunderstorms. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 56.

Tuesday

A chance of showers and thunderstorms. Mostly sunny, with a high near 84.

Fort Collins News and Events

Golf Event: City Park Nine Tuesday Morning Group

The Tuesday Morning Group is a senior league that plays on you guessed it, Tuesday mornings. Most of the year tee times begin just before 8am, but in APril and September they start at 9am. Please contact Bill for all league questions.

Parks and Recreation Event: Coffee with Bob

Grab a cup of coffee with Recreation Director, Bob Adams. We'll provide the coffee, you provide the topic.

Boards and Commissions Event: Boards & Commissions "Respectful Workplace" Training

This is mandatory training for Board and Commission members.  

Lincoln Center Event: 2019 Contemporary Art Survey

2019 Contemporary Art Survey

May 28 - Jul 13, 2019

Opening Reception, May 31, 5:30-7:00 pm.

This exhibit features an exciting combination of work in all genre and media, presenting a broad survey of contemporary art in America. Selected from a national call for artists, Guest Juror Kim Dickey has chosen artworks reflecting the artists' capacity to consider the wide world of issues, objects, imagery and ideas they encounter in creating art. Representational, abstract, and conceptual works are included.

 

Carnegie Center for Creativity Event: SummerFest -- Off the Hook Arts

tickets available at: 

offthehookarts.org/summerfest/

 

Utilities Event: Power Trip Bus Tour

Join us on an educational bus tour of Fort Collins Utilities’ energy supply system. Witness the behind-the-scenes work that goes into providing reliable power, following our electricity from source to switch. Learn how Platte River Power Authority generates energy, how Utilities delivers power to homes and businesses and why energy conservation matters.

Lunch will be provided. Space is limited, so sign up today!

 

Natural Areas Event: Junior Naturalists- A Day in the Life of Your Ice-Age Neighbor

Become a Junior Naturalist! Explore, learn, and grow your stewardship skills. Attend all activities and receive a Junior Naturalist Certification. One activity may be substituted by attending another activity in this booklet. Parents/guardians must be present at all times. Siblings are welcome, but the activities will be geared towards the stated age group of 8-12 years old. This weeks theme: A Day in the Life of Your Ice-Age Neighbor Come on a journey back in time to learn what it was like to live in this area for the Paleoindians who thrived here during the last Ice Age. What was it like living here more than 10,000 years ago? Walk through the day in the life of your Ice-Age neighbors. Youll begin by reviewing the discoveries made during the Lindenmeier Archaeological study and then whisk back in time to see how people lived, hunted, cooperated, and thrived. Junior Naturalist Program Dates: Thursday, June 13 Thursday, June 27 Thursday, July 11 Thursday, July 25 Thursday, August 8 Please bring water, closed-toe shoes, and sun/wind protection. 0.25 miles; easy. Location: Soapstone Prairie, approximately one-hour drive time from Fort Collins. Meet at the north parking lot.

Lincoln Center Event: 2019 Contemporary Art Survey

2019 Contemporary Art Survey

May 28 - Jul 13, 2019

Opening Reception, May 31, 5:30-7:00 pm.

This exhibit features an exciting combination of work in all genre and media, presenting a broad survey of contemporary art in America. Selected from a national call for artists, Guest Juror Kim Dickey has chosen artworks reflecting the artists' capacity to consider the wide world of issues, objects, imagery and ideas they encounter in creating art. Representational, abstract, and conceptual works are included.

 

Golf Event: City Park 9 Mens League

CITY PARK NINE THURSDAY MEN’S LEAGUE

PRE-SEASON:                                   1ST THURSDAY IN APRIL TILL LAST THURSDAY IN APRIL

REGULAR SEASON:                         1ST THURSDAY IN MAY TILL LAST THURSDAY IN SEPTEMBER

LEAGUE DUES: $100 INCLUDED GHIN HANDICAP

WHEN:  TEE TIMES  RANGE FROM 3:00 PM - 5:30 PM

LEAGUE INFO:  EVERY THURSDAY STARTING IN APRIL TILL LAST THURSDAY OF SEPTEMBER,  SET TEE TIME FOR SEASON, WEEKLY PAYOUTS, SKINS GAME, TEAM EVENTS ONCE A MONTH, TWO HALF SEASONS APPROX 10 WEEKS EACH WITH POINTS ACCUMULATION, PLAYER PAYS GREEN FEE’S PLUS $5 FOR GAME OF DAY.

 QUESTIONS/INTERESTED: PLEASE CONTACT GOLF SHOP AT (970) 221-6650 OR EMAIL CITYPARKNINE1940@GMAIL.COM  IF YOU WISH TO JOIN OR HAVE ANY OTHER QUESTIONS.

 

Natural Areas Event: CANCELLED - Bark Tour!

Learn how your best friend can enjoy the natural areas with you and how together you can help water and wildlife. One well-behaved dog on a hand-held leash per family welcome to come along! 18+ Through a series of hikes, dog owners/caretakers will learn about our local water resources, how humans and pets can impact water quality, easy ways to mitigate/reduce our impacts, and the importance of protected riparian areas to water quality. Participants will also learn about the ecology and history pertinent to the hike location, as well as tips for keeping their canine companion safe on the trail. Hikes can be taken as a standalone program or as a series. Gateway tour will have greater emphasis on water supply and watershed health. Red Fox Meadows tour will have greater emphasis on stormwater processes. Lee Martinez/McMurry tour will have greater emphasis on recreational impacts and role of riparian areas. Location: Gateway Natural Area, meet at the picnic shelters

Lincoln Center Event: 2019 Contemporary Art Survey

2019 Contemporary Art Survey

May 28 - Jul 13, 2019

Opening Reception, May 31, 5:30-7:00 pm.

This exhibit features an exciting combination of work in all genre and media, presenting a broad survey of contemporary art in America. Selected from a national call for artists, Guest Juror Kim Dickey has chosen artworks reflecting the artists' capacity to consider the wide world of issues, objects, imagery and ideas they encounter in creating art. Representational, abstract, and conceptual works are included.

 

Parks and Recreation Event: ARO Dance

Dances are fun filled events to celebrate with friends. Dressing for the theme is highly encouraged. 

Carnegie Center for Creativity Event: SummerFest -- Off the Hook Arts

tickets available at: 

offthehookarts.org/summerfest/

 

City Council Event: CANCELED: Councilmember Susan Gutowsky Listening Session

June 29th is canceled. Next session is scheduled for July 27 at 9:00 a.m.

Lincoln Center Event: 2019 Contemporary Art Survey

2019 Contemporary Art Survey

May 28 - Jul 13, 2019

Opening Reception, May 31, 5:30-7:00 pm.

This exhibit features an exciting combination of work in all genre and media, presenting a broad survey of contemporary art in America. Selected from a national call for artists, Guest Juror Kim Dickey has chosen artworks reflecting the artists' capacity to consider the wide world of issues, objects, imagery and ideas they encounter in creating art. Representational, abstract, and conceptual works are included.

 

Parks and Recreation Event: Journey of Hope

Celebrate adversity and diversity with ARO and the Journey of Hope riders of Pi Kappa Phi. Experience Paralympic and adaptive sports and visit with city leaders and athletes from the community. 

Parks and Recreation Event: Prairie Sage Dance

Swing the night away at the Prairie Sage Dance. Tune up your dancing skills from 5:30-6:30 p.m. with different dance moves each week before the main dance begins. These private dance lessons are FREE with the purchase of dance ticket.  

Lincoln Center Event: 2019 Contemporary Art Survey

2019 Contemporary Art Survey

May 28 - Jul 13, 2019

Opening Reception, May 31, 5:30-7:00 pm.

This exhibit features an exciting combination of work in all genre and media, presenting a broad survey of contemporary art in America. Selected from a national call for artists, Guest Juror Kim Dickey has chosen artworks reflecting the artists' capacity to consider the wide world of issues, objects, imagery and ideas they encounter in creating art. Representational, abstract, and conceptual works are included.

 

Social Sustainability Event: Annual Action Plan for HUD Public Hearing

The City of Fort Collins Draft FY19 Annual Action Plan (AAP) will be available for public review June 19, 2018–July 20, 2019. A Public Hearing regarding the AAP will be held Tuesday, July 2, 2019, 12:30–1:30 p.m., at the Poudre River Public Library District, Old Town Branch, 201 Peterson Street, Fort Collins, CO. At the hearing, you will learn about the City's process for granting federal and City dollars to nonprofits and affordable housing providers and have the opportunity to provide input.

The Annual Action Plan identifies actions proposed for the coming year, and contributes to the comprehensive Five-Year Consolidated Plan. The Annual Action Plan addresses housing and community development priorities and needs, homelessness issues, and the needs of special populations. It also identifies funding sources to be applied to each project.

Copies of the Draft Annual Action Plan will be available for review beginning June 19, 2019, at the Poudre River Public Library District’s following branches: Old Town, Council Tree, and Harmony. Additionally, the draft document will be available in the City Clerk’s Office at 300 Laporte Ave. and posted, with the full public notice, on the City’s website at fcgov.com/socialsustainability.

Golf Event: City Park Nine Steakout Saloon League

12th Annual Steakout Saloon
15-Week Golf Season of Fun
 (+21) 
---When & Where: Tuesday League at City Park Nine, fifteen weeks. The two-person team season starts April 16th, ending July 23rd, with tee times ranging from 1:00pm till 5:30pm. A mandatory orientation for all golfers will be held at the Steakout Saloon on Sunday, April 14th during the Masters. Please arrive before 3pm. 
 Return entry forms as early as possible to ensure participation. The first 65 teams in, fill the league!!!
---Cost: The 15-week League costs $60 per person, plus weekly green fees

Lincoln Center Event: 101st Army Concert Band

Free 101st Army Concert Band performance.

Tickets cannot be obtained online. Tickets will be available starting June 13th at 11 am. For your free tickets, visit The Lincoln Center Box Office, which is open Tue–Sat, noon–6 p.m. 4-ticket limit per person, first come first serve.

The 101st Army Band, a unit of the Colorado Army National Guard that is now in its 80th year, consists of 35 citizen-soldiers whose occupations range from student to teacher and computer programmer to waiter. The Band members attend from as far away as Montrose and Greeley, Colorado to train intensively every month in Aurora. The mission of the 101st is to provide ceremonial music and musical entertainment on behalf of the State of Colorado and the United States Army. Colorado’s only Army band, the 101st features a variety of patriotic, jazz, popular, country, classical, rock, and Dixieland music, performed by seven different ensembles.

Whether performing in the United States or representing our country as musical ambassadors overseas, the 101st Army Band entertains audiences of all ages and backgrounds with an exciting and diverse musical presentation.

Golf Event: City Park Nine Tuesday Morning Group

The Tuesday Morning Group is a senior league that plays on you guessed it, Tuesday mornings. Most of the year tee times begin just before 8am, but in APril and September they start at 9am. Please contact Bill for all league questions.

Lincoln Center Event: 2019 Contemporary Art Survey

2019 Contemporary Art Survey

May 28 - Jul 13, 2019

Opening Reception, May 31, 5:30-7:00 pm.

This exhibit features an exciting combination of work in all genre and media, presenting a broad survey of contemporary art in America. Selected from a national call for artists, Guest Juror Kim Dickey has chosen artworks reflecting the artists' capacity to consider the wide world of issues, objects, imagery and ideas they encounter in creating art. Representational, abstract, and conceptual works are included.