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Portion of Poudre Trail to close while repair work begins -…

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Good news! A section of the Poudre River Trail damaged by the Sept. 2013 flood is undergoing repairs starting this week. The area being repaired is about two miles east of Hwy. 257 in an area known as the Kodak section. The project’s anticipated completion, depending on weather, is Nov. 16. Read more at https://bit.ly/2x0Mbry.

Special thanks to the Weld County Government, DiscoverWeld, Poudre River Trail Corridor, City of Greeley Government for working to make this happen. #BetterTogether #BikeLife

Portion of Poudre Trail to close while repair work begins -…

We are excited to announce that repair work will finally begin on a stretch of the Poudre Trail originally damaged by the 2013 flood. Weld County, in partnership with Windsor, Greeley and the Poudre Trail Authority, have diligently worked together to secure funding to replace a section of the trail….

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Hard copies of the winter/spring activity guide are now available at your commun…

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Hard copies of the winter/spring activity guide are now available at your community recreation center!

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Hold the phone! Winter Break Passes are now available for a cost effective way t…

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Hold the phone! Winter Break Passes are now available for a cost effective way to spend this winter break. Purchase Winter Break passes for the entire family for unlimited use of the recreation center from Dec. 10 through Jan. 7, 2019. The cost is only $18.75 per youth (under 21), $30 per adult and $25 per college student (with student ID). Call 970-674-3500 or visit the CRC to learn more.

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#tbt We loved this community art project! While there’s no First Friday event t…

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#tbt We loved this community art project! While there’s no First Friday event this month, mark your calendars for Crafty Cabaret happening every Third Thursday of the month beginning in January at the Art & Heritage Center. We’ll have live music from local artists, a family-friendly community art project and free beer courtesy of High Hops Brewery.


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