VanMeveren Law Group December 2018

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What Are You Doing This Winter in Fort Collins?

Downtown Holiday Lights When: Nov. 2 through Feb. 14 Where: Downtown Fort Collins

up with thousands of lights. Enjoy a walk through the twinkling display with a cup of hot chocolate or warm apple cider. The Gardens will be open every day through New Year’s. On weekends throughout the month, the Gardens will be hosting several events, including a visit by Santa, holiday music, and crafting. Admission is free, but donations are encouraged. Polar Bear Run and Plunge When: Saturday, Jan. 19 Where: Horsetooth Reservoir It’s time to chill out. The Polar Bear Run and Plunge is back and registration is now open. Everyone is invited to jump into Horsetooth Reservoir, or you can join the 5K or 1-miles races — or do a run and plunge! During and after the plunge, plenty of hot chocolate will be available for a quick warmup. You can find a complete schedule, along with the registration link, at FrontRangeFreeze.com/polarbear.

Downtown Fort Collins is aglow with the lights of the season. Plus, throughout December, there are a number of events happening downtown. From Santa’s Workshop (a meet-and-greet with Santa) to Downtown Santa’s Shopping Quest (a Santa-themed scavenger hunt), there is something for everyone. It’s a great time to visit downtown and enjoy the sights and sounds of the holidays. You can see a full schedule of events at DowntownFortCollins.com/dba-events/ events-calendar. 2018 Garden of Lights When: Dec. 1 through Jan. 1, 5–9 p.m. nightly Where: The Gardens on Spring Creek

Immerse yourself in the season at the Gardens on Spring Creek. Once again, the Gardens are dressed

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