We are proud to announce that Louisville has once again been named one of America’s top places to live in the country. Sunset Magazine featured our lovely little town in their “24 Best Places to Live and Work” story. Here’s some of what they said, “This Denver suburb regularly scores high on Best Places lists because of its schools, historic downtown, and 1,800 acres of open space.” Read more here.
Robert “Bob” Dozier Memorial Scholarship Fund
Boulder Valley CPAs
1400 Main St.
Many of you may have known Bob in business, friendship or as a neighbor and we were all very sad to hear of his untimely passing. To celebrate Bob’s 35 years in Louisville as a business owner and resident, a scholarship fund has been established in his name through Monarch High School. All proceeds will be used to purchase brand new laptops for incoming seniors to make their transition to college easier. Donations are tax deductible and should be made to Monarch High School. Contact Ernie Villany at Boulder Valley CPAs for further information. 720-663-8750.
10th Year Birthday Party
474 S. Taylor Ave.
12:30 – 3:30 pm
Help celebrate the 10th birthday of this popular, positive movement center with a day full of fun activities including gymnastics, dance, yoga and music. Local preschools will be on hand to meet and greet parents and kids, and Sweet Cow and Cheese Louise will offer up tasty treats. Jeff and Paige Kagan will give a concert starting at 2:30 pm. The event is free and open to the public.
Louisville Art Association
Call for Entries
Youth Spring Art Show
Louisville Public Library
Louisville Art Association will present the Youth Spring Art Show in March, in collaboration with the Louisville Cultural Council and the Louisville Public Library. The show is now taking ‘call for entries’ from Louisville/Superior youth, ages 4-18. The deadline for entries is the end of February. Last year, 211 children participated and over 400 people attended the reception. Any business interested in becoming a sponsor should contact Jane Evans at 303-665-6093. Further information at louisvilleart.org.
Valentine’s Day Delights
700 Main St
February 14 – 16
The Huck will offer a 3-course prix-fixe menu at $29 per person including a free glass of sparkling wine. The regular menu will also be available. Afternoon Tea served with Valentine’s Day treats both sweet and savory will be available through February 16. Reservations are required at least a day in advance. And of course delicious treats from the bakery like Valentine’s Cookies, cakes, and gift packages are waiting for that someone special.
808 Main St.
February 14 & 15
What could be more romantic on Valentine’s Day than Italian? Zucca’s authentic Italian, 4-course prix-fixe menu is the perfect way to feel the love. There will also be a limited selection from the regular menu, but at $49/per person you won’t want to miss this meal. Reservations are recommended.
Grand Re-Opening Celebration
924 Main St.
6 – 9pm
Bella Frida recently moved to their new place(formerly In Season) and is ready to celebrate their good fortune with everyone! Drop by, check out the new shop and enjoy the party.
600 Main St.
February 1 – 14
In honor of Heart Health Month, Achtermann will be doing complimentary blood pressure checks and electronic heart rate monitor stress checks. Call to schedule a time or just drop by. And don’t forget to say hi to their new massage therapist, Debra Kopp. For more information call 303-673-9797.
Louisville Public Library Programs
951 Main St.
There are many offerings from the library throughout the month, and we can only feature a few of them here because of space restrictions. Please check the library website for their full calendar of events and classes. www.louisville-library.org
Discover Health Series
Library Meeting Room
February 5 – 15
Exercise, arthritis, concussions. If any of these topics interest you then check out the library webpage for exact times and dates for the informative and educational presentations on these subjects.
Personal Finance & Debt Reduction
Library Meeting Room
6 – 7:30 pm
If it seems like there is never enough money to meet your needs and wants, 2014 could be the year that changes all that! Stop letting money control you and start controlling money! Presented by Chris Combs, Summit Bank & Trust.
Where the Wild Things Live
Library Meeting Room
2 – 3 pm
Where do wild animals live? Everywhere! Come join volunteer naturalists and hike across a HUGE map of Boulder County, from the grassy plains to the highest peaks, looking for signs of wildlife. Everyone will be a nature detective and help discover where different animals find the food, water, shelter, and space they need to survive. This program is geared for preschoolers and early elementary-age children accompanied by an adult. Presented by Boulder County Parks & Open Space.
Louisville History Museum Announcement
The Louisville Historical Museum, 1001 Main Street, is announcing that the Louisville History Foundation has taken on the fundraising role previously handled by the Louisville Historical Commission. The Foundation’s mission, in part, is to stimulate broad-based support for local history and the Louisville Historical Museum. The Historical Commission will continue to perform its valuable role as an official advisory board to the City of Louisville. For more information contact Bridget Bacon, 303-665-9048.