In March of 2018, the son of Ben Capodagli, owner of Cappy’s Wine & Spirits, was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes. Fast forward to late September when Ben and his crew at Cappy’s teamed up with Stagnaro Distributing to host “Brews for a Cure.” For every pint sold, Cappy’s donated $1 to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. Several breweries matched the Cappy’s contributions (including hometown heroes 50 West and Braxton Brewing) with a total fundraising effort of $2,600 achieved.
Don’t miss the Loveland Stage Company’s free showing of “Groovin’ with Santa” on December 15th. Show times are hourly at 5, 6 and 7 p.m. This year, Santa meets the sweet sounds of disco in a showstopper directed by Donna Treinen. Looking forward to the 2019 season, aspiring thespians won’t want to miss auditions for Loveland Stage Company’s spring musical, the 1920’s era-inspired “Drowsy Chaperone,” on December 2nd and 3rd, with callbacks on December 5th.
Calling all ladies looking for feminine freelancer space! The Tupelo House, upstairs from Plaid Room Records, offers a private desk membership for women-identified individuals who want a regular place to work away from home, while a drop-in membership is available for a person of any gender who needs an occasional workplace. In addition, The Tupelo House provides meeting rooms for rent and hopes to eventually offer regular yoga classes, workshops and other events that would benefit from their in-house liquor license.
Strap on your dancing shoes and join the Loveland Athletic Boosters as they make a financial difference in the lives of more than 900 local athletes and their families. LAB offers $19,000 worth of scholarships each year, provides sporting equipment and enhances athletic events for the Loveland School District. This year, they will host their Tiger Ball on Saturday, January 26th at the Oasis Conference Center from 5:30-midnight. Individual tickets are $65, couples are $130, and a full table is $650. Tickets available starting December 1st on the website.