970-541-4333 | Contact | Directory

LIVE DOWNTOWN
LOCAL BUSINESS DIRECTORY:

 

CREATING A VIBRANT PLACE TO LIVE

 

BUSINESS DOWNTOWN
LOCAL BUSINESS DIRECTORY:

 

GROWING AND SUPPORTING OUR
DOWNTOWN BUSINESSES:

 

 

Loveland Downtown Partnership Home Page
Alley Lights Concert
3/28/18 6:00pm - 9:00pm
Rialto Theatre, 228 E. 4th Street, Loveland, CO 80538
Contact: Abby PowellPhone: 970-541-4335E-mail: apowell@lovelandpartnership.org
Cost: $25/ticket
Bookmark and Share

 

 

 

About the Alley Lights Concert

 Loveland is committed to making its downtown area a social, cultural, and family friendly destination. The Loveland Downtown Partnership Business Alliance contributes to this commitment in a variety of ways, from sponsoring special events to providing business owners with networking and learning opportunities.

During a recent Alliance meeting a concern was raised about lighting in downtown alleys making them difficult to navigate at night, and for some downtown visitors a questionable safety risk. The city responded quickly with an inspection of alley lighting downtown, and has begun to address its infrastructure in positive ways, but there are still ways that individual business owners can enhance the lighting that is already in place. It was noted that the expense of such lighting and installation was a hindrance for some of the businesses.

Alliance member Franklin Taggart suggested that a special concert be presented in order to both raise community awareness, and to begin to establish a fund to cover these costs. A planning team was convened, and the Alley Lights Concert was born.

On March 28, 2018 at 6PM the Rialto Theater in Loveland will host the inaugural Alley Lights Concert featuring local music stars Dave Beegle, Wendy Woo, and Steve Manshel to light up the alleyways in Downtown Loveland. Proceeds from the concert will directly benefit downtown businesses who will install energy efficient lighting solutions on their buildings adjacent to downtown alleys.

Alley Lights is sponsored by Loveland Downtown Partnership, the LDP Business Alliance.  For sponsorship opportunities or involvement, please contact Abby Powell at  apowell@lovelandpartnership.org or 970-541-4335 

Tickets for this special evening of great local music are $25 each, and may be purchased at the Rialto box office, or online at http://www.rialtotheatercenter.org/the-alley-lights-concert/

Upcoming Events

9/26/18 12:00pm - 1:30pm
The Foundry- A Development by Brinkman
Cost: Free for Members, $10 for non-members

Business Alliance Meetings - LAST Wednesday of the Month
Even number months - Breakfast; Odd number months - Lunch

September 26, 2018 LUNCH at The Foundry- A Development by Brinkman

Bookmark and Share

10/06/18 8:30am - 10:30am
Loveland, Loveland, CO 80537
Contact: Ashley KasprzakE-mail: ashley.kasprzak@gmail.comEvent Website
Cost: Free

2 mile walk - 

Walk.   Give.   Change the world.

Dogs on leashes are welcome.

Mayor of Loveland will kick off the walk.

Together, we can help end hunger in our community and around the world!
Bookmark and Share

10/12/18 5:00pm - 9:00pm
Loveland Downtown, Downtown, Loveland, CO
Contact: Abby PowellPhone: (970) 541-4335E-mail: apowell@lovelandpartnership.org
Cost: Free

Friday Night on the Town happens the second Friday of each month. The Downtown District businesses host specials, music and entertainment.

Click HERE to see all Night on the Town Specials and Events!

 

Bookmark and Share

10/13/18
Contact: Carolyn PearcePhone: 970 215-8450E-mail: cpearce76@gmail.comEvent Website
Cost: Free
Bookmark and Share

10/20/18 12:00pm - 6:00pm
Boar and Bull, 422 East 4th Street, Loveland, CO 80537, Loveland, CO 80537
Contact: Jason TuohyEvent Website

137 Connection proudly announces its upcoming fundraising event that it will be held on October 20th, 2018 at the Boar and Bull Restaurant downtown Loveland. Come by for a day of food, dancing, and live music at the Boar and Bull Deli on Saturday, October 20th, from noon-6pm

Our mission event is to raise $25,000 to keep the winter night shelter open. There is a misconception that people are homeless because they are lazy, they don’t care to work or they are suffering from mental and behavioral problems that prevents them from working toward a better life. But recent research shows that this is not the case with many people. There are numerous working homeless that cannot afford a place to live due to rising housing costs.

Read more: http://www.digitaljournal.com/pr/3933317#ixzz5ROVMEbLA

Bookmark and Share

10/31/18 7:30am - 9:00am
desk chair™ workspace, 201 East 4th Street , Loveland, CO 80537
Cost: Free for Members, $10 for non-members

Business Alliance Meetings - LAST Wednesday of the Month
Even number months - Breakfast; Odd number months - Lunch

October 31, 2018 Breakfast - at deskchair workspace

Bookmark and Share

11/28/18 12:00pm - 1:30pm

Business Alliance Meetings - LAST Wednesday of the Month
Even number months - Breakfast; Odd number months - Lunch

October 31, 2018 LUNCH - Location to be determined

Bookmark and Share

5/19/20 7:30am - 10:30am
desk chair™ workspace, 201 East 4th Street , Loveland, CO 80537
Contact: Rebecca EllingtonPhone: 9705685250E-mail: rebecca@oldtownmedia.comEvent Website
Cost: $50

Molly Bloom is an inspirational keynote speaker, entrepreneur, and bestselling author of Molly’s Game. She is best known for her memoir, Molly’s Game, which was adapted into an award-winning film of the same name by Aaron Sorkin. Bloom’s memoir chronicles her journey from college student to LA waitress to building and operating the largest and most notorious private poker game in the world. Her games featured hundreds of millions of dollars and players like Leonardo DiCaprio, Tobey Maguire, A-Rod, and Ben Affleck.

Bloom began her career as a world-class skier. While training as a pre-teen she was diagnosed with severe scoliosis and had to undergo surgery that the doctors said would end her athletic career. A year later, fully recovered, she was back on the slopes. She later joined the U.S. Ski Team and at 21 years old was ranked No. 3 in North America in moguls, but her Olympic dreams would go unrealized as she left the team to pursue other projects. This led her to what she thought would be a year sabbatical in LA.

Bloom was finishing her degree in Political Science from the University of Colorado – Boulder, and was in the process of applying to top tier Law Schools, when her assistant job turned her into an accidental entrepreneur, running one of  the most exclusive, high-stakes underground poker games in the world, pulling in as much as $4 million per year. What happened next is where her story truly begins.

The film Molly’s Game, written and directed by Aaron Sorkin, stars Jessica Chastain (as Molly), Idris Elba, Kevin Costner, Michael Cera, Brian d’Arcy James, and Chris O’Dowd. Bloom has appeared on numerous shows and in media outlets such as EllenVice, The Los Angeles Times, NPR, Vulture, and has been asked to speak at Fortune’s Most Powerful Women, for companies like Blackrock Financial, SiriusXM Radio, and will deliver the 2018 commencement speech at Colorado State University.

Bloom is now focused on building WeWork for female entrepreneurs. For years she built a billionaire boys club, now she’s creating a community for women to nurture their ambitions by providing them with opportunities to collaborate and grow their businesses.

Bookmark and Share

 

Night on the Town

Friday, Sept 14, 2018 5 pm-9 pm

Night on the Town is Downtown Loveland’s “night out” with many art galleries and businesses offering a ready welcome from 5 pm to 9 pm. There's plenty of fine and casual dining, craft beer tasting rooms and retail shops to enjoy. You’ll find snacks, live music and sales in multiple locations, all part of an inviting atmosphere and hearty welcome from downtown businesses. It’s an opportunity to spend an evening with friends in our downtown.

During our "Summer Version" there are street performers, live musicians, something on every corner. 

 

 

“People of Loveland”

Meet Jenny

“Who gets to hang out with awesome election judges, document lovely Lovelanders driving through to drop their ballots off and exercise their voting rights, seeing many new faces and some of my favorite people as well? I do!

I'm the lucky one that gets to document all of the amazing things that people do in this community everyday for the Loveland Reporter-Herald through my lens. I can tell you from experience that Loveland is truly filled with love.

Am I a celebrity? 

You're right about the rest though.

It's truly a gift to be able to embed myself into people's lives. In their best moments or their worst, I'm there. Sometimes they love me for it and sometimes they're not very happy to see me. If they knew me, they would realize I'm shooting with my heart and I feel their joy and their pain. My mission is to make my own little positive difference in people's lives. Whether that's filling readers hearts with joy when they see a joyful photo or causing someone to want to make a difference because they see others doing the same, or evoking empathy and love from a photo of a tragedy- I hope to make a difference, even if just for a moment.

For more of Jenny's Story- follow us on facebook

 

Have you noticed the sculptures in Downtown Loveland seem to change each year? They are part of a TAAP Program through the City of Loveland! 

T.A.A.P.  sculptures are on the move as we make way for three new sculptures in downtown:

1) "Big Vision, Small Steps"
by Charlotte Zink

2) "Convergence"
by Steve Shachtman

3) "Love/Fear"
by Joe Norman

They will be installed next Friday! "Broken Violin" by Jack Kreutzer; "Ovilepod" by Ted Schaal and "Hard Rock" by Pati Stajcar will remain on display for another year.

Thank you to all of our T.A.A.P.  artists -- past and future!

The parking garage at The Foundry is now OPEN!

With over 300 spaces of free public parking, the brand new parking garage at The Foundry is a great addition to Downtown.   While construction is completed on the surrounding areas, the garage can be accessed from Lincoln Ave, and pedestrians can enter and exit to Lincoln Ave. 
When construction is complete, pedestrians will be able to enter and exit the garage from the public plaza of The Foundry, or from Lincoln Ave and 2nd Street.


 

350 N Cleveland Ave Loveland, Colorado 80537   |   970.541.4333

Office Hours: Monday - Friday, 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM