Loveland Lifestyle celebrated its launch and growing success May 22. Special thanks to Bishop’s Quarter for hosting us, plus Mayor Kathy Bailey, LMRCA President CeeCee Collins and Lori Holmes (owner of Holmes Custom Renovations) for toasting us. The team at Loveland Lifestyle salutes everyone who attended and thank all those who continue to help make our magazine a Loveland staple.
Makeup demonstrations, professional skin-care tips, sparkling wine and a DJ were among the at-first-blush highlights from Embody SKIN Care’s grand opening event May 9. Owner and esthetician Heather Buckles mingled and mixed with guests, expertly fielding any and all questions about her beautiful new location (located next to Biggby Coffee). EmbodySKINCare.com
Loveland resident Danny O’Keefe is an inspiration. Having endured brain trauma while saving his sister’s life during a vicious attack eight years ago, Danny’s recovery has been remarkable. Power Ryde hosted a charity ride on May 11 to raise funds for Danny’s ongoing medical bills. Want to help Danny further? Visit DannyOKeefe.org. Interested in other charity rides? Check out PowerRyde.com.
Quelle belle soirée—perfectly describing Spring en Provence, CMH Montessori School’s annual fundraiser and event. A rustic and romantic gala, April 13 found guests enjoying the glorious grounds of the Marmalade Lilly, along with a decadent dinner and live auction (always competitive!). As usual, the most coveted items of the night were the stunning works of art handmade by each class.
“Take me out to the ballgame … take me out to the crowd!“ And what a crowd for opening day of Loveland Youth Baseball. Fields were packed with parents and pop-up chairs. Prominent members of the community took the mound to throw out first pitches, an honor (and challenge?) that included Bob Johnson of Mathnasium and Judge Heather Russell.
Serious fundraising and serious fun went hand-in-hand at Cappy’s event benefiting JDRF and T1 Diabetes research. Hundreds enjoyed the all-day fundraiser (and the glorious weather), from the food to the libations to the chance to win numerous beer-riffic prizes—including an all-inclusive trip to an exclusive beer fest in Wyoming. All told, the event raised an astounding $4,000+!
Out of Thyme Kitchen Studio cooked up a St. Patrick’s Day feast on March 5. The menu: Guinness stew, corned beef and sauerkraut bake, shepherd’s pie and a sticky toffee pudding. If you’ve dreamed of being a master chef in your own kitchen, check out one of their monthly classes and earn your chops! OutOfThymeChef.com
March 15 was epic for local rock-climbing enthusiasts—Mosaic Climbing opened its mammoth (dare we say mountainous?) gym. Regardless of skill level, this mega-center has something for everyone—an oversized bouldering area and towering rope-climbing space, plus yoga and fitness rooms. Owners Nicole Brown and Chris Shortwell welcomed more than 100 climbers for the debut event—with plenty of room to spare. MosaicClimbing.com
There was nothing but good vibes at the grand opening of Vibe Nutrition on Jan. 23, and owner Jen D’Alberto Kavensky wouldn’t have it any other way. Vibe offers healthy meal-alternative shakes and energy teas that are packed with nutritious ingredients. Combine that with Vibe’s health coaching service, and you have a recipe for weight loss and healthy, happy customers.
It was all about the kids at NEST’s Rock & Country Night Out on Feb. 8. The event raised money for NEST Community Learning Center, while guests enjoyed a silent auction, treats courtesy of Loveland favorites like the Works and entertainment by the Dan Varner Band. In a heartfelt speech, founder Evangeline DeVol thanked the community for its continued support.