2020 Free History Brown Bag Series

2020-01-21 00:49:33 The Greeley Historic Preservation Commission kicks off the free 2020 History Brown Bag series on Thursday, January 23. Jean Messinger, historian and author, will present “Slavery by Another Name” at the Greeley History Museum. 2020 Free History Brown Bag SeriesThe Greeley Historic Preservation Commission kicks off the free 2020 History Brown Bag series held generally on the 4th Thursday of each month from January through October noon to

Yesterday was a great day! Thank you Eaton Community Church for starting the day…

2020-01-20 16:15:27 Yesterday was a great day! Thank you Eaton Community Church for starting the day with a wonderful message and the acts of faith witnessed by the dozen folks who were baptized. Thank you McCarty's at Eaton Country Club for hosting the Melendez4Weld Campaign. The service and food was great! We had conversation about the issues that matter to those in Weld County: transportation, water, property rights, farming, gun

GET Transit buses will offer free transportation this morning and this afternoon…

2020-01-20 14:00:55 GET Transit buses will offer free transportation this morning and this afternoon for the 2020 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. March and Celebration. Park downtown and ride the bus up to the University Center before the march, or ride the bus back to the University Center after the celebration has concluded. The #5 Route goes from the UCCC to the UC every 20 minutes. The last bus from

Life After Lawn: Bluegrass Replacement Program

2020-01-19 22:34:53 Participate in Greeley’s Life After Lawn: Bluegrass replacement program. Convert 500 to 2,000 square feet of lawn to xeric planting and the city will provide some financial assistance to those who apply and follow the program guidelines. RSVP and attend the Feb. 19, Landscape Lecture: LIfe After Lawn - Incentive Program to get started. [bsa_pro_ad_space id=1]

Construction Closes Section of Poudre River Trail Through April

2020-01-20 01:18:00 Work starts this week on repairs to the Poudre River Trail. Repair work will completely close the trail between 35th Avenue and Rover Run Dog Park until mid-April. Users can enjoy the trail west from Rover Run Dog Park and east of the closure from the Poudre Ponds trailhead at 35th Avenue. Construction Closes Section of Poudre River Trail Through AprilWork starts next week — as soon as