This week in Fort Collins there are many opportunities for a creative to grow, learn, work and play.
Here are a few:
Tuesday: free Coworking day at the Music District. Hosted in The Music District’s Long Building from 9am-5pm you can join a community of founders, innovators, entrepreneurs and creatives, working to develop a sustainable music ecosystem, locally and afar. RSVP here.
Thursday: Help Cohere Bandwith get the world’s record for longest pedal chain. Concert by Post Paradise, Stella Luce, and Lords of the Trident playing the Downtown Artery on 8/3. They need your help to break this record! Also known as the happiest of happy hours, so sign up and include your pedals here.
Friday: First Friday Art Walk in Old Town. Visit galleries and shops in Old town for an interative night of art, music, and hors d’oeuvre.
Saturday: Concert with a cause. Equally Challenged (Pop/Funk/Reggae/Groove) plays
at Front Range Village. Stuff the bus with school supply donations for children in need in the Poudre School District during the concert.
Sunday: Wooden Womb Release Celebration. This is one of those special evenings in Fort Collins at Raisin Roots farm in Fort Collins, CO. Tickets are limited and include: Food magic sourced from Raisin Roots farm and prepared by Cameron Trezoglou of Gold Leaf.
Performances by Eric Bjella backed by a band of collaborators performing the new album, Wooden Womb, in its entirety (as well as other songs).Other oeformances include Matthew Wilburn Skinner of Tallgrass and Pappy LongLegs.
For a complete list of creative opportunities visit the Downtown Creative District.