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Poudre RiverFest Mini-Celebration!
July 26, 2019 @ 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm MDT
Raise a glass with us at New Belgium Brewing Company on Friday, July 26 for a special mini-celebration of the Poudre River!
There will be music by the Greyhounds, New Belgium beer and food trucks, several river related activities for families, opportunities to learn more about the Poudre RiverFest and its organizing non-profits, and a chance to win some great prizes from local businesses! Visit the Poudre RiverFest Facebook page for the latest updates and information about the event.
Education: There will be an educational workshop for families starting around 4:30pm. Come for the workshop and stay for the evening! The Poudre RiverFest organizing committee will be there including Wildlands Restoration Volunteers, Bird Conservancy of the Rockies, Coalition for the Poudre River Watershed – CPRW, Cache la Poudre River National Heritage Area, and National Association for Interpretation. You can learn more about these important non-profits and what they’re doing to support the Poudre River!
Celebration: Come enjoy New Belgium beer, listen to live music from The Greyhounds, and have dinner at one of Fort Collins’ local food trucks. Attendees will also have an opportunity to win some great prizes from local businesses!
Restoration: Several of the Poudre RiverFest organizing non-profits hold volunteer restoration opportunities throughout the year. You can learn more about these projects and sign up to volunteer!
For more information about this event or the Poudre RiverFest in general, please contact [email protected]
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