Summer is just around the corner which means days at the pool, Sounds of Centerra and plenty of outdoor activities. It’s time to prepare your yard for warmer temperatures, while also being respectful of the wildlife that call The Lakes home. Here are several tips and ideas to help you care for your yard this […]
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.
A lot of thought goes into deciding where to plant your roots and create a life for you and your family.
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.
The September Food Truck Roundup is Thursday, September 19th! The event will take place in the center of the Rangeview campus (between 2725 Rocky Mountain Ave and 2915 Rocky Mountain Ave) from 11:00 am until 2:00 pm. Bring your appetite, because we’ve got a lineup for this month’s Roundup! September Food Trucks: StoryMaker Coffee (serving at […]
Join Nancy Aley to have fun and support each other in beginning or adding to your nature journals. Everyone is welcome, beginners, children with their parents, wanna-be’s who always wished they could draw, and experienced artists as well! Now’s your chance to find your inner child who was delighted to draw easily and naturally, because […]
Whether you’re a seasoned birder or an amateur, join Sheila Webber for a bird walk around Equalizer lake! Walking will be at a slow pace on approximately 2 miles of level walking paths. Consider bringing binoculars and a field guide to enhance your birding experience! The Bird Walk group will meet in front of the […]