LOVELAND, Colo. – Centerra has officially been designated as Colorado’s first Community Wildlife Habitat by the National Wildlife Federation (NWF). Centerra joins a select group of communities across the nation to share in this honor. A Community Wildlife Habitat project creates multiple habitat areas in backyards, schoolyards, corporate properties, community gardens, parkland and other spaces.
The colorful phenomenon known as fall foliage is on the verge of painting the Rocky Mountains with hues of red, yellow, orange and every shade in between.
The foggy mornings have greeted us and sent the first bursts of brisk, refreshing autumn air. While some people are hanging on to that last streak of warm Loveland, Colorado weather and others are anxiously awaiting snow flurries, we all know that the season change is inevitable.
Ever wish you could just go back in time and listen to all of your favorite 80’s hits live? Well here’s your chance, as the third band playing in the Sounds of Centerra concert series will give you just that, it’s The Six Million Dollar Band! This Denver group will be sure to impress audience […]
Rounding off our Sounds of Centerra concert series for the year is an artist whose story and life journey carries through the music he plays, touching on lessons he’s learned while growing up and things he’s learned about the world along the way, it’s Wes Urbaniak and his band The Mountain Folk! If you’ve ever […]