SoGES Antarctic Lecture Nov. 25 at Old Town library.
Tips and things to keep in mind this holiday season regarding health, eating habits and exercising.
To celebrate an extraordinary football season, CSU is offering its faculty and staff an extraordinary offer: Free tickets for Saturday’s home finale.
The Aspen Grille will be playing host to guest chef James Musetti on Friday, Nov. 21, featuring a special three-course meal in lieu of the regular menu for the day.
Students in Colorado State University’s Brewing Science and Technology course are inviting the public to hop into Odell Brewing Company Thursday to tap into the fizzy fruits of their labor: “Study Break IPA … Cascade into Hoppiness.” The beer, brewed by the students in FTEC 460 this semester, will be offered for the first time at the Nov. 20 tap room celebration from 4 to 6 p.m. Uncle Cuz will provide live music at the event. Odell is located at 800 E. Lincoln Ave. in Fort Collins. Study Break IPA, which was created by CSU students with brewer Doug Odell at the Odell Brewery on Nov. 1, represents the capstone learning exercise of the entire course. The IPA will also be on tap at the Ramskeller in the Lory Student Center for the remainder of the semester. Students in the course have also created two beers in the on-campus brewery this semester: Belgian Holiday Spice Ale and Black and Blue Belgian Dark Stout. In addition, they brewed “Fall-Out Brown Ale” at Equinox Brewing Co. on Oct. 11, currently on tap at the Equinox Tap Room, and “Brett-Sacch Saison” at Funkwerks on Oct. 25, available soon.
Foraged Feast volunteers collect surpluses of fresh fruits and vegetables from local farms, farmers markets, greenhouses, and orchards and deliver it to local food banks. In 2013, their first year, they rescued 60,000 pounds of fresh fruits and vegetables. This year, they doubled that amount.
Each year, Colorado State University joins organizations around the world in observing World AIDS Day. The day is one of eight official global public health campaigns marked by the World Health Organization. World AIDS Day 2014 is Thursday, Dec. 4.
The Mendelssohn Trio will perform classical Beethoven and Mendelssohn-Bartholdy trios as well as the contemporary piece, "Slow Dance," by "New American" composer Kenji Bunch.