The Arts HUB Music Series is proud to partner with Locally Haiti, a Louisville-based nonprofit, to bring you an evening of Haitian art and music, featuring Arcade Fire’s Paul Beaubrun!The evening will begin at 5 PM with a gallery opening in The Arts HUB lobby, featuring the work of Ketty Devieux. Food and drink will be available, and Devieux’s work will be available for sale. At 6 PM, guests will be welcomed into the The Arts HUB theatre for an evening of music with Paul Beaubrun, and where the work of artist Viktor El-Saieh will be displayed on stage. All art sales from the evening will be donated – supporting locally led community development in Haiti.”Locally Haiti’s integrated initiatives are designed to support economic development and the overall health and well-being of families in the Nippes region of rural Haiti. Locally Haiti supports efforts in education, agriculture and conservation, community health, and girls’ empowerment.” source: www.locallyhaiti.orgThe Arts HUB Music Series delights and inspires audiences with performances of classical and traditional music from around the world. Tickets are $25, available at www.artshub.org. Don’t miss this opportunity to make a difference while enjoying art and music from around the world!
July 1st, 2023
4 pm – 10 pm
Waneka Lake Park
1600 Caria Dr., Lafayette
From 4 – 8:30 pm Enjoy an old fashioned Independence Day!
FIREWORKS SHOW AT DUSK!!!
Food from Abo’s Pizza, Tibet’s, Ruby Ru’s, All-American Grill and dessert from Eats & Sweets
Beer/Cider/Wine Garden (fees apply)
Craft Beer – The Post
Cider provided by Stem Ciders
Kids Activities including: Free Face Painting, Fees apply for some kids activities!
Music by Chris Daniels and the Kings
Lafayette Oatmeal Festival
Saturday, January 14, 2023
Breakfast: Pioneer Elementary, 7:30 am – 11:30 am26th Annual Lafayette Oatmeal Festival is a popular family event focusing on healthy lifestyle. A unique festival including an Oatmeal Breakfast with over 75 toppings.
7:30 am – 11:30 am
Pioneer Elementary School, 101 E. Baseline Rd.Tickets can be purchased in advance at the Lafayette Chamber (304 W. Baseline Rd.) or at the door .
Cost: Adults $9, Youth 3-12/Senior 60+ $7, Under 2 Free
Featuring almost 100 oatmeal toppings
FREE face painting for kids from 8-11:30 am
Only service animals are allowed at Oatmeal Breakfast
FREE SHUTTLEFrom the Flatirons Community Church, 350 S. Boulder Road. Shuttle service will run continuously from 7:30 am – 12 pm to and from Pioneer Elementary. Parking around Pioneer is limited, please use shuttle, carpool or take the RTD bus (for schedule rtd-denver.com).
23rd Annual Peach Festival centers around world-famous all-natural Palisade, Colorado peaches. Enjoy peach pies and peach cobbler! Food vendors, crafters, antique dealers along with some of the finest artists from the Front Range and Western States will be showcased. Over 30,000 pounds of Certified Organic Peaches from Morton’s Orchard’s and Tate Orchards in Palisade, CO. will be available in 3 locations along Public Rd. Click here for Event Map! 600+ pans of fresh peach pies, pans of peach cobbler and individual servings of peach cobbler are available for sale at Festival Plaza and in front of Lafayette Florist (while supplies last).For info on sponsorship/vendor opportunities, click here.
Presenting Sponsor – Morrell Printing Solutions
No Entrance Fee
Explore craft/micro beers one pour at a time! WINE FOR SALE! Restaurant, Food Booths and Music!
Discounted pre-pour tickets available starting August 1 and ending September 9 at 4:00 pm
Discounted Pour Prices:
Twenty-one – 4oz pours – $36.00 – Save $6.00
Fourteen – 4 oz pours – $24.00 – Save $4.00
Seven – 4 oz pours – $12.00 – Save $2.00
Event day pour prices:
$2.00 for each 4 oz pour
$6.00 or 3 pour tickets for 8 oz glass of wine
Those who are drinking must purchase tasting tokens and will receive a souvenir cup.
For more information call 303-666-9555
We will feature Breweries/Cideries all within 75 miles of Lafayette. They bring great beer and cider for you to taste. Avery Brewing Co., Cellar West, Fritz Family Brewers, Liquid Mechanics Brewing Co., Mother Tucker Brewery, Stem Ciders, The Post Brewing Co., Westbound & Down Brewing, Loveland Aleworks, Upslope Brewing, Redgarden, and Howdy Beer. Stay tuned for more breweries coming soon.
Local Food Trucks
Back by popular demand, music by – Slick Machine!
21 & Over to drink (Must show ID at the door) There are no age limits for entrance, but there are limited things for those under 21 to do at this event. We ask that you use your discretion in bringing kids.
PHOTO/VIDEO RELEASE: By attending this event, photographs and videos of the event and individuals will be public and possibly used on future marketing for the Lafayette Chamber and its associates.
No animals allowed except for service animals – Be kind to your pets and leave them at home when you visit the Lafayette Brew Fest. Only service dogs allowed in the barricaded area.
Colorado Vacation IdeasYou're ready to do some vacation planning. You could really use a break, and you've seen pictures of Colorado's majestic landscapes reaching 2 miles into the American sky. This is someplace you'd like to see and experience. It would take a few lifetimes to see, enjoy, experience, feel, and reach all of what Colorado offers. So, we're here to help you with your Colorado vacation planning and the best way to maximize your time while in Colorado.
Create Your Vacation Plan
With so much going on in Colorado it’s best to identify your vacation passion and the passions of the group or other person you are traveling with. Here is a list of considerations to help you get the best Colorado vacation experience.
Summer Vacation Planning
What summer Colorado activities are a priority for you and your group? Start by identifying the primary activity and prioritizing from there.
Perhaps your bucket list includes visiting an adventure park, a scenic train ride, a hot springs visit, zip lining, getting a hike or two in, and rafting. Wow, that’s ambitious but it can be done. Once again, staying in a region like the Royal Gorge area can serve this up. If you look closely, you will find companies that even sell combinations of experiences in one day.
If you're planning a backpacking trip. You will want to select a region, such as the Rocky Moutain National Park, and just stay there.
If day hiking is more your thing. You will get the most hiking in by exploring a region versus trying to travel all over the state, but some travel is realistic.
Are you planning to tour the state? Will you need lodging or will you be camping along the way?
Summer tourist season in Colorado is popular. If you’re planning on camping, tent camping or RV camping, you will need to plan ahead. Reservations at public campgrounds are necessary, especially during “peak season”.
Identify what “other” activities are important.
Check-in with your travel companions and find out what activities they have in mind. You might find mutual interests or complete diversity. Knowing this will help you map out your route and where to find lodging.
Winter Vacation Planning
Will your winter vacation be at a ski resort?
There are 25 ski areas in Colorado, not including cross-country ski touring centers. First, understand the abilities and expectations of your group. Then investigate your options for what they offer, type of terrain, expense, apres ski activities, and more.
- There are other resort options besides ski resort towns. Many guest ranches stay open in the winter and offer a variety of winter activities. This is true for out-of-the-way cabin rentals and some of the natural hot spring resorts.
Are all members of your group skiers, or are there snowboarders too?
If you’re vacationing with a mix of skiers and snowboarders, as well as ability level. It’s best to closely examine the resorts with terrain parks and a mix of blue and expert-level ski runs. The larger resorts will have the most options.
Does your group want to travel to different resort destinations or stay at a specific resort?
If touring different resorts is what you have in mind. Staying in the Central part of Colorado is by far the most efficient. As all these resorts can be traveled to by car in a few hours. Or, skip the winter driving around, stay at a designated resort, and focus on your fun there.
Is vacationing on a budget a concern?
If being budget-minded is part of your vacation. Try planning your trip during the “off-season” or not “peak-season” times. Check out lesser-known resorts. In either case, you should be able to find deals on lift tickets and lodging.
Are off-slope activities appealing, such as shopping, dining, spas, events, or alternative activities?
If your group needs alternative activities. The bigger resorts will have the most varied selection of activities to choose from. However, popular attractions like winter scenic train rides, natural hot springs, and guided tours such as snowmobiling or sleigh rides are not necessarily at the resort. Check out “other attractions” first and then decided on the resort to stay at.
Colorado's Endless List of Vacation Options
Colorado offers an almost endless list of vacation options. The first step is to understand if you want to tour around or stay in one place. Either has much to offer. However, touring the state will require more vacation planning. Please use our free vacation planning itinerary tool. This will help you keep track of the sights and experiences you don’t want to miss. Plus, organize your lodging and travel routes along the way.Staying put at that special place in Colorado is also a good way to spend your vacation. With so much to explore in any given region of the State, it might make more sense for you just to find lodging in a favorite place and base all your activities on that location. In either case, feel free to request some of our free visitor guides, and use our free itinerary tool to help organize all the activities, keep the dates and times handy, and make your vacation more relaxing.