Starting today (January 4), Boulder County moves to the less restrictive Level Orange: High Risk on Colorado’s COVID-19 Dial. Governor Polis made this announcement after Colorado saw a sustained decline for 13days with only 73% of ICU beds statewide in use.
Level Orange: High Risk allows for larger capacity limits in our stores, gyms, and restaurants, and once again allows for in-person dining and personal gatherings limited to no more than 10 individuals from no more than 2 households. Household limits no longer apply to dining at restaurants, although Boulder County Public Health strongly recommends that people continue to distance from non-household members as much as possible. Further… More
During the most complicated school year in history, let’s take a moment to say t…
During the most complicated school year in history, let’s take a moment to say thank you to our school board for their extraordinary service!
As citizens who serve children and represent their communities,school board members face complex and demanding challenges. The month of January is designated as School Board Recognition Month in honor of the critical role our schools board members play in serving our students, our communities, and our state. We recognize the vital contributions these elected public officials play in the education of our children. They are extraordinary people who voluntarily tackle the enormous job of governing school districts.
Join Ms. Lindsay for this fun filled Toddler Story Time. Songs and rhymes featu…
Join Ms. Lindsay for this fun filled Toddler Story Time.
Songs and rhymes featured in this story time:
I’m So Glad
Tall as a Tree
See You Later, Alligator!
We have created a webpageto connect with our story time community and share story time favorites. >>
Also, be sure to check out the Louisville Public Library’s YouTube Channel for all our past story time videos. >> https://bit.ly/LouisvillePublicLibraryYouTube
Thank you to everyone who supported Louisville’s Health and Fitness businesses i…
Thank you to everyone who supported Louisville’s Health and Fitness businesses in the first half of January and entered our Keep It Local, Louisville Prize Draw. There are three more prize draws to enter forthe chance to win a $100 gift card to a Louisville business of your choice and the chance to win our $500 grand prize draw.
Shop local at any of Louisville’s retail businesses from January 16 until January 30 and use your receipt(s) to enter the next prize draw. Each receipt counts as one entry and you can enter as often as you want. Email your receipt(s) by January 30 at midnight to Coordinator@LouisvilleChamber.com.
Every two weeks until March 1, the prize draw will focus on a… More
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