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I’m Blaine Howerton, with your April 20 North Forty News update…
Earth day is coming up in a few days on April 22nd…
The Fort Collins Habitat for Humanity ReStore, located at 4001 S. Taft Hill Road in Fort Collins, will celebrate Earth Day (April 22) with a grand reopening.
The Newly Renovated Store Offers Secondhand Shopping in Support of Affordable Homeownership.
Last fall, the ReStore received a grant from Thrivent to renovate the space, including new landscaping, signage, and department layouts.
The Colorado Governor’s Art Show & Sale Announces Selected Artists for it 31st Anniversary Exhibit.
The Show starts on April 23.
It features an in-person exhibit at the Loveland Museum.
Sixty of Colorado’s top fine artists were selected to showcase their works in the Show, plus Estes Park-based painter James Biggers to be honored as the 2022 Legacy Artist.
The Colorado Governor’s Art Show & Sale is one of the largest juried fine art shows to exclusively feature Colorado artists.
United Way of Larimer County has Announced an Equity & Excellence Cohort Program for Grassroots and Community-Led Organizations.
Up to 10 local leaders will be selected to participate from June to December.
The seven-month program will provide group training and one-on-one technical assistance.
To learn more about United Way of Larimer County’s grant funding process, visit uwaylc.org