Category Archives: Colorado

Hillrose AnnuaI Bonfire

What’s Happening COME ONE, COME ALL! Hillrose AnnuaI Bonfire When: October 19, @ 5:30 PM Where; Pettey’s Memorial Park Chili, Chili dogs, Chips, S’mores & Hot drinks will be served Please RSVP to Town Hall @ 847-3761 by October 14.2019 how many attending! All children under 18 must be accompaniedby an adult! Incase Of inclement weather. Dinner win be held at the Hillrose Center

Fruita Farmers Market | Fruita Area Chamber of Commerce

Fruita Colorado Farmers Market

The US Bank & Family Health West Fruita Farmers Market will be held every Saturday from June 22, 2019 to September 21, 2019 at the Fruita Civic Center Park from 8:30 AM until 12:30 PM.  Please join us for some “Saturday Fun” featuring fresh produce, handmade crafts from local artisans, and live music. Dogs are allowed and leash laws are strictly enforced on Farmers Market site. Please clean up after your pets!  NO bikes, skateboards or other similar items allowed

July 07, 2015 Activity Update

Hello all: Aprylle started her run yesterday morning 25 miles west of Holyoke. It was a cool, pleasant day for running.  She reached Haxtun by 11:30. There some children greeted her with signs they had made welcoming her and thanking her for "Helping the Kids". Two runners joined her: Jonetta Anderson for 4.5 miles and Rebecca Ensminger for 9 miles.  She reached Holyoke at 5:15. There she was greeted by Mayor Orville Tonsing who presented her with a gold "Holyoke

July 06, 2015 Activity Update

Sent: 7/6/2015 6:58:14 A.M. Pacific Daylight Time Subj: Aprylle's Run Hello All: Aprylle ran from Hillrose to Sterling on Saturday, July 4. On Sunday she ran from Sterling to Fleming, and about 3 miles east of Fleming she ran into rain and had to stop at 25 miles for the day. Her goal is 30 to 33 miles per day. Anyway it was time to drive on ahead the 25 miles to Holyoke to a delicious picnic dinner at Steve

Welcome to Colorful Colorado

Colorado – Nevada Border –On April 28, Gilbert left San Jose, running south to Long Beach. On May 11, she turned east on Route 6. Today after 1351 miles (1010 miles on Route 6) through rain strorms, baking heat, black flies, and blisters, Aprylle Gilbert reached the Colorado border. She has 2,642 miles ahead of her with the Rockies looming on the horizon. During the Colorado portion of the run, she will reach the task is the first of its

CRUIZN the U.S.A. West on U.S. Route 20, the Yellowstone Trail, from Boston, MA to Newport, OR, then South on the Pacific Coast Highway Route 101 to Long Beach, CA, then East on U.S. Route 6, the Grand Army of the Republic Highway, to Provincetown, MA in time to join with the 2nd Annual U.S. Route 6 Provincetown Cruise Weekend in October.  Watch for more information about CRUIZN the U.S.A. – Route 6 Happenings.      

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