This Weekend: CAM The Ram’s Birthday, Office Trivia, Taco Triathlon
Cap the end of your January and enjoy Super Bowl weekend with one of these four must-attend weekend events in Northern Colorado.
Not interested? Can I entice you with any of the following keywords: The Office, puppies, tacos, CAM the Ram and much more?
Here are local events to check out between Jan. 31-Feb.2:
I know you’re dying inside to attend this event — as much as you wish it were Pretzel Day. Come put your Office knowledge to the test at 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 31 at Big Thompson Brewery in Loveland. You can sign up on Facebook or at the brewery.
Hosted by the Colorado State University Alumni Association, CAM the Ram is having his birthday party this weekend at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Feb. 1 at the CSU Recreation Center. You and your friends and/or family are invited to come take a picture with the adorable mascot, get your face painted, indulge in a cupcake, climb the rock-climbing wall and much more. Access to the Recreation Center pool will also be available in the noon to 2 p.m. This event is free, but a reservation is required.
Yoga Pod and Cycle Bar come together to host this year’s annual Taco Triathlon. Starting at 8 a.m. and going until 5:30 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 1, come “yoga, cycle, tequila and repeat.” If you can complete a 45-minute cycle class, 45 minutes of yoga and eat an entire taco you will receive a goody bag, branded logo tank and, of course, bragging rights. The race will be split into six waves and space is limited, so reserve your spot today on Eventbrite.com.
Until They’re Home of Fort Collins hosts this furry, joyous event at Feisty Spirits in Fort Collins on Sunday, Feb. 2. Come find your forever furry friend and receive a complimentary cocktail to celebrate. Canine Candy Dog Biscuits will also be at the event, handing out nutritious treats for the pups. This event is also a fundraiser — $1 of every cocktail, pour or flight from 1-4 p.m. at Feisty Spirits is donated to Until They're Home. Along with that, $5 will be donated for any full-size whiskey bottle sold and $2 of every 375 milliliter bottle sold.