Impacted by the fires and need help? Boulder Office of Emergency Management has set up a Disaster Assistance Center.
The following supports are available for households that have been evacuated or otherwise impacted due to the fires:
Louisville is so lucky to be the home of Moxie Bread Co! Way to go Moxie, well d…
Louisville is so lucky to be the home of Moxie Bread Co! Way to go Moxie, well deserved!
In other thankful news, we just found out we were listed in Food & Wine Magazine as one of America’s 10 Best Bakeries. What a huge honor for our amazing hardworking posse. We are tickled pink to be listed among so many of our favorite spots in the US. #foodandwinemagazine #moxiebreadco
Carriage rides begin today! Rides are a FREE classic downtown holiday activity f…
Carriage rides begin today! Rides are a FREE classic downtown holiday activity for the whole family!
The carriages leave every 20 minutes between 12-3pm Saturday and Sunday.
Please queue (6ft. apart, of course) on the West side of Front St. across from Steinbaugh Pavilion. Only 1 household in the carriage per ride. Carriage is cleaned between each group.
Thank you to our sponsors: E&L Team of Re/Max Elevate, Mountain High Appliance, The Singing Cook, Fox Property Management, Old Friends, Louisville Realty Associates, Boulder Creek Neighborhoods,
and Great Western Bank!
Thanks and Reconciliation
Stuffed with turkey and done with family Zoom calls?
This is a great time to listen to this week’s I Heard It From Sam podcast, where she discusses the history associated with Thanksgiving, including the devastating impact of colonization on indigenous peoples in North America.
She spoke with Carly Hare, board member for Impact on Education and member of the Pawnee Nation, who shared how indigenous populations are being impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and how they are organizing in response.
In the run-up to a much-needed break for Thanksgiving, we talk about the history associated with this national holiday and acknowledge the truth about the devastating impact of colonization on indigenous peoples in North America. We will talk with Carly Hare, board member for Impact on Education and…
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