“Our yearly love fest in Louisville CO went off in spectacular form tonight...
...this is why we do what we do.” So says MarchFourth’s June 17 Facebook post. Summer 2016 started with a parade down Main street featuring the always amazing M4 and supported by several hundred of their closest friends. What a gas. Hot Buttered Rum got their groove going on a beautiful summer night June 24. In our humble opinion, this world can’t go wrong with a few more love fests. See all you flower children soon.
Nathan and the Zydeco Cha-Cha’s — July 8
Wanna dance? Nathan is the real Louisiana deal: fully endorsed by the Colorado Zydeco Club, a group that does not tolerate poseurs.
Samantha Fish — July 15
The Elders — July 22
Roger Clyne and the Peacemakers — July 29
Junior Brown — Aug. 5
Sign up Now for Relay for Life
The American Cancer Society (ACS) Relay for Life of East Boulder is looking for new teams and volunteers for the annual fundraising event to fight cancer. The event will take place Saturday, August 6, 2016 from 6 pm - 6 am at Waneka Lake in Lafayette. It is free and open to the public and held rain or shine..
The ACS calls Relay for Life a life-changing event that gives everyone in communities across the globe a chance to celebrate the lives of people who have battled cancer. To learn how to start a team, join a team or become a volunteer, contact Barbara Tarnoff at 303-666-4310 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Welcome to Louisville PICA’s!
901 Front Street
If you haven’t heard yet, PICA’s is NOW OPEN! The terrific taqueria has a variety of great Mexican food and craft brews, so get over there and get some tasty grub! Hours are Monday-Sunday 11am-10pm.
Achtermann Chiropractic Turns 21!
600 Main Street
Congratulations to Achtermann Chiropractic for celebrating 21 years of business in downtown Louisville this year! The office has a unique integrated approach to natural healthcare with two very qualified Chiropractors. Dr. Karen Achtermann graduated from Logan College in 1994 and is advanced certified in the low force Activator technique, uses traditional hands on adjusting, and is also certified in Acupuncture. Dr. Martin Achtermann graduated from Logan College in 1995 and specializes in hands-on adjusting as well as low force Activator. They also have massage therapy on site to complement patient care.
The Achtermanns are currently taking new patients and say, “We love being a part of this vibrant, healthy conscious community.” And we love having them!
First Date, the musical
July 28-31, Aug. 1-7
Louisville Arts Center, 801 Grant Ave.
CenterStage is thrilled to premier the Broadway musical First Date! When blind date newbie, Aaron, is set up with serial-dater, Casey, a casual drink turns into a hilarious high stakes dinner! Can this couple turn what could be a dating disaster into something special before the check arrives? This musical contains suggestive language and is recommended for mature audiences. Tickets are $15-$25. More information at:
firstdatecenterstage.brownpapertickets.com or www.centerstagetheatrecompany.org
July-August Art Show Reception
Creative Framing will host a reception on First Friday Art Walk to kick off its July - August Art Show. The show features the works of Theresa Beckmeye, Jeff Longs, Jane Yamada and Elaine Nixon. Meet the artists and enjoy hors d’oeuvres and live music.
Happy Birthday Cooper!
Gifts at Cooper’s Corner
940 Main St
It’s My Birthday!! I am six years old now. Stop by my store, (well, its Julie’s too) during the First Friday Art Walk to share some birthday cake with me and see the new line of my special “Cooper” greeting cards. Can’t wait to see you!
Heritage Art exhibit
Louisville Art Association
LAA is hosting an exhibit at the Louisville library on art that reflects people’s heritage called From Whence We Come. It runs the entire month of July and is open to the public.
Poses & Pints
Gravity Brewing and Yoga Junction
1150 Pine Street, Unit B
10:30 am - 12:30 pm
Like yoga? Like great craft beer? Then you'll love Poses and Pints! Join Martha Conrad from Yoga Junction for some local brew and local laughs at Gravity brewery! Loosen your body and relax your mind with a 60-minute all levels yoga class, and afterwards enjoy your choice of a pint or three tasters of Gravity beer.
Class + Tasting (or Pint) is $15. Please bring cash or a check to Gravity Brewing, or sign up in advance and pay with a credit card at Yoga Junction or online..
For more information call 303.658.0365 or visit louisvilleyogajunction.com. Pre-register here: https://clients.mindbodyonline.com/classic/admhome?studioid=15862
Louisville Public Library Offerings
951 Main St.
Due to space limitations, this is just a sampling of offerings. Be sure to check the library website for ALL scheduled programs. www.louisville-library.org
First Friday Artwalk at the Museum: I Scream for Louisville Ice Cream
Louisville Historical Museum
Sure to sweeten your night, this is another in the series of programs based on the theme of Louisville’s Larder, which features agriculture, restaurants, the history of Italian influence on the local food culture, and a look at a typical family’s kitchen, garden, and larder.
Adult Reading Programs
Library 1st floor meeting room
Various times and dates
• July 5, 6-7pm, Celtic Ramblings presented by author Jim Remington
• July 16, 11am-12pm, Healthy Breathing
• July 19, 6:30-8pm, Nutrition for Vegetarian and Vegan Teens
• July 27, 5:30-7:30pm, Quality Beer
• July 28, 5:30-7:30pm, Interview Like a Pro
Museum Program: Faithful Founders: A Portrayal of Louisville Methodist Members
Library 1st fl. meeting room
This year, the Methodist Church at 741 Jefferson Avenue in Louisville is celebrating a birthday—its 125th! For this program, members of the congregation will portray early Louisville residents, such as Tom Carlton and Mary Thomas, who were among the founders of Louisville’s Methodist Church.
On the Same Page Announces Book Title
All The Light We Cannot See, a Pulitzer Prize work of historic fiction by Anthony Doerr, is this year’s selection for the sixth annual On The Same Page community one-book event. The Louisville and Lafayette libraries have purchased more than 100 copies of the book in various formats. Programs begin in September, so there’s plenty of time to read the book and be ready to participate in book discussions.