The dog days of summer are coming to an end and kids are headed back to school, but that doesn’t mean there’s a lack of fun events and activities near new homes in Loveland.
Here’s a handful of our must‑do recommendations for fall:
‑Loveland Corn Roast Festival
The Old‑Fashioned Corn Roast Festival has been a local and family hit for several years, including a parade, corn shucking competition, corn eating contest, the second annual Cornhole Tournament, and all the roasted and boiled non‑GMO corn anyone could eat! Free and open to the public, this fall festival brings in great hometown entertainment and vendors from all over the Loveland region!
‑Night on the Town
If you’ve just moved into a new home in Loveland, you will be able to enjoy this lively progressive party throughout downtown that includes art openings, live music, restaurant specials, and more.
‑Food Trucks Galore
For all the Loveland foodies out there, Centerra hosts a monthly food truck round up that takes place on the third Thursday of each month.
‑Free CPR Training
Centerra has partnered with The Heart Safe Community Initiative to offer free CPR training to the Loveland community. September trainings include:
• Lunchtime Training: Tuesday, September 5, 12‑1 PM, UNC Loveland Center, 2915 Rocky Mountain Ave., Suite 270
• Evening Training: Wednesday, September 6, 5:30‑6:30 PM, High Plains School, 4255 Buffalo Mountain Drive