Rural Creative Collective: Virtual Kickoff!

Join us for the official launch of the Rural Creative Collective, an online community of creatives from all across Colorado. We are gathering virtually to introduce ourselves, our creative ventures, and connect with fellow creatives across the state!

Share this event: https://community.startupcolorado.org/events/80122

Agenda

2:00 – Welcome to the RCC (Vanessa McCrann, Meghan Rauker)
2:10 – Keynote from Holly Woods, PhD — Author/ Creator, Durango
2:30 – Speed networking rounds of 1:1s
3:15 – What’s Next: How we stay connected (Vanessa McCrann, Meghan Rauker)

Holly Woods’ keynote will set the stage for how we think of ourselves as creatives, what that means for our local communities, and invite you to connect authentically with other creatives to support mutual growth.

Hosted on Gatheround, we’ll host a series of “speed networking” and share more about what you can expect from the Rural Creative Collective including some exciting programming updates, scholarship opportunities, and ways to get involved.

Gatheround is a free, web-based video meeting platform. Please take a few minutes before the event to create your account for quick access to this event.

Poudre School District Mental Health Matters presents Michael Kutcher and Resource Fair

April 16 @ 5:15 pm 8:30 pm

Please join Poudre School District for the 9th Annual Mental Health Matters K-12 Event, this year hosted at Fossil Ridge High School.  Speakers will address a wide range of mental heath topics that effect all grade levels.

Key Note Speaker: Michael Kutcher – will be live streamed!  The link will be provided on April 15, 2024.

Hosted at Fossil Ridge High School
5:15p-7:45p – Community Resource Fair
6:00p-7:30p – Key Note Speaker – Michael Kutcher
7:45p-8:30p – Break Out Presentations

In this inspiring talk, Michael shares his incredible story of overcoming near-death experiences and how these challenges have transformed his perspective on life. Through his compelling narrative, Michael demonstrates how the seemingly ordinary aspects of our lives can hold profound value and meaning when viewed through the lens of gratitude and appreciation. By the end of his talk, Michael leaves his audience with a newfound appreciation for the precious gifts that surround us each day and a powerful shift in mindset towards embracing the beauty and wonder of the world around us. This talk is a must-see for anyone seeking to cultivate a more profound sense of gratitude and meaning in their lives. 

Event Cost

Free
5400 Ziegler Rd
Fort Collins, 80528
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She Goes High Retreat 2024: Do It Your Way!

Create an aligned and authentic plan for success at the She Goes High 7th annual community retreat! During this two-day getaway, you’ll enjoy sessions designed to support you in taking up your space, personally and professionally – perfection not required.

Move forward with grace and flow in your work. This expansive experience includes mentorship, resources, and a community all in one place!

This hands-on experience guides attendees through aligning with their business values and goals, and create a strategic plan to reach their dreams for their business and themselves.

TEDxMountain Ave: Flourish

We’re excited to have you join us for TEDxMountain Ave’s 2024 event exploring ideas connected to the theme of “Flourish”. Doors will open at 4:30 with interactive activities and live performances. Talks will begin promptly at 5:15.

If you arrive after 5:15, you will be able to enter the Auditorium between each talk. Talks are recorded, so we cannot let anyone into the Auditorium once recording has started. For questions, please send us an email at [email protected]

Accessibility notice:
We are happy to provide accessibility seating if requested. Please contact Stephanie Mosnik at [email protected] to book your ticket.

 

Our Mission

At TEDxMountain Ave, we are student and educator empowered from the ground up. From leadership to production to speaking, our roles in this event allow us to be the leaders of today in order to change the world for the better tomorrow.

Too often young adults and educators are discounted for being the changemakers we are. At TEDxMountain Ave we demonstrate what is possible when young adults and educators collaborate to create something meaningful and inspiring. 

2024 Fort Collins Chamber Annual Celebration

April 10 @ 5:30 pm 7:30 pm

Continuing the theme Building Community Through Business, the Chamber will host the 119th Annual Celebration on April 10 at the Ranch Events Complex in Loveland. We are excited and look forward to spending an evening with over 600 Chamber members and others from across Northern Colorado.  We will recognize our 2023 David May Advocacy Award Winner, our 2023 Volunteer of the Year and our 2023 Collins Award Winner at the event.

Established to honor individuals with a longstanding contribution to our community, the Collins Award has been a beacon of recognition since its inception in 1977. The Chamber is proud to announce Connie and Doug Dohn, Dohn Construction as our 2023 Collins Award Winner. 

Founded in 1992, Doug and Connie Dohn set out with the desire to change the general contracting industry through valuing clients, team members, and subcontractors. It was also their desire to work locally so that their employees could be home with their families each night. What started as a small construction company quickly grew as word spread about Dohn’s philosophy and approach to the construction process. 31 years later Dohn Construction has flourished, growing to 60 team members and completing over 15 million square feet of projects.

Established to recognize individuals who embody a steadfast commitment to advocating for free enterprise and better communities through sound economic principles. the David May Advocacy Award was named in honor of former Chamber President & CEO David May.  

The Chamber is proud to recognize Sharie Grant as our 2023 David May Advocacy Award winner. 

Event Cost

Paid
5400 Ziegler Rd
Fort Collins, 80528
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Mental Health Panel

Join us for a panel of experts and women who have personal experience with mental health. Mental Health IS health. It is such a critical topic, and can be life or death, yet it is still such treated as a taboo topic in many spaces.

She Goes High is changing that. Our founder, Chrysta Bairre, has been vocal, vulnerable, and raw as she shares her personal experience with mental health, and we are bringing you a panel of experts and everyday women who have personal experience with mental health to openly discuss and answer questions you may have about this topic.

Meet empowered professional women like you and grow personally and professionally at this dynamic educational event!

New Headquarters & Earth Day showing of The Lorax presented by Compost Queen

Compost Queen announces its new headquarters in Fort Collins, marking their fourth location with a grand opening on April 21, Earth Day weekend. The event will celebrate sustainable waste management, featuring a vendor village, food, and a special screening of “The Lorax” at The Lyric Cinema. The sustainable Public Benefit Corporation aims to integrate composting into daily life, supporting the circular economy.

26th Annual BBB Celebration of Ethics

April 23 @ 11:00 am 1:00 pm

2024 Annual BBB Celebration of Ethics
April 23, 2024 | Embassy Suites Loveland, CO 11:00 am – 1:00 pm

Join us as we announce the winners of the 2024 Torch Award for Ethics. The celebration will also showcase the winners of the sixth annual Spark Awards for Entrepreneurship, highlight our fifth class of Ethics Scholar Interns, and announce the winner of our Northern Colorado Ethical Leader Award.

*Meal is gluten free. If you have special dietary restrictions beyond GF, please contact Brandi Howard at : 970-488-2045 or [email protected]

For ticket information after April 22nd, contact Brandi Howard at : 970-488-2045 or [email protected]

$60 Ticket

(970) 488-2048

4705 Clydesdale Parkway
Loveland, Colorado 80538 United States
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Your writing is a fingerprint: AI doesn’t have one (neither do serial killers)

May 15 @ 10:30 am 12:00 pm

This workshop will use basic principles of writing to help you understand AI as a writing tool. Technology can support our writing but can’t replace our input or our understanding of what to do with the output. In this session, you’ll learn to effectively use technology for the writing that you do–email, newsletters, marketing material, website content, etc. You will also get the opportunity to practice with us!

You will leave this workshop with 1) a template you can use right away and 2) feedback on 1 message you bring with you (make sure to choose something ahead of time to focus on).

Use code FIFCVIP24 to get $10 off registration!

$35 Workshop Fee ($15 for students)

Event Cost

Paid

(720) 254-8161

638 S Sherwood St
Fort Collins, Colorado 80521 United States
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