New Year. New Possibilities. Means new memories for us to create - Together!

Our New Year's resolution is to remain resilient and keep impacting our community in positive ways as we gear up for a bright 2021. Let's continue to work together and do our part to Keep Northern Colorado Open! Let's keep supporting all of our amazing local retail shops and favorite dining establishments throughout Loveland, practice social distancing by spreading love (not germs) by wearing masks, and let's keep expressing gratitude to the tireless teachers and vigilant medical professionals helping to care and serve our growing community.

We are excited to share all the safe and socially distant activities you can take advantage of this winter season. We've got a great February lined up for you too, so stay tuned!
What's Happening

Holiday Lights Extended
The holidays might be over but Centerra's lights will remain lit through January 31st. As we kick off the new year, we will continue to honor and support our local healthcare heroes. Join the #LightsUp4Heroes initiative as we express our gratitude to all the hard-working medical and frontline healthcare professionals serving our community during the pandemic.

The Ice Rink Extends Its Season
The Ice Rink at The Promenade Shops at Centerra is extending the winter skate season through February 14th. Advance reservations recommended as capacity restrictions may apply. Click here, for more information and reserve your skate tickets online.
Loveland's 75th Anniversary Valentine Re-Mailing Program
Purchase your official 2021 Valentines cards online or at the Loveland Visitors Center, located in Centerra and be sure to pop your greetings into the mail soon. Deadlines to mail valentines are approaching fast. Visit the Loveland Chamber of Commerce for more details. 

Education Events & Opportunities

Our friends at HPEC offer regular online and in person education events, activities, and workshops tailored for all ages.

January's Native Plant Spotlight: Red Twig Dogwood, click here to learn more.

Monthly Bird Banding:
Next session will be Saturday, February 6th from 9-10 AM. Join Scott Rashid with Colorado Avian Research & Rehabilitation Institute, outdoors to learn and witness why bird banding is so important - register here.
Call For 2021 HPEC Volunteers:
Are you looking to make a direct impact in your local community? Lend a hand with HPEC this year. Weekly gardening initiatives, land stewardship projects and more!
No experience required - learn more.
Community Spotlight: Say "I Do"
Loveland Valentine's Day Group Wedding Hosted at Chapungu Sculpture Park at Centerra
What could be more romantic than saying “I do” on Valentine’s Day in the Sweetheart City?
Couples can tie the knot or renew their vows during a special custom group ceremony filled with plenty of romantic touches, making for a memorable Valentine’s Wedding Day while watching the sun set in Colorado.

Careful accommodations and safety adjustments are being made for the 2021 group wedding being held outdoors on the Great Lawn at Chapungu Sculpture Park.
Wedding guests traveling in from out of town or locals looking to stay for the night or weekend can contact the Courtyard by Marriott located next to Chapungu to secure lodging accommodations.
Community Acts of Kindness
Teddy Bear Community Fundraiser Benefits UCHealth NoCo
Patients & Families

Railway Flats at Centerra and McWhinney multifamily communities along the front range collected more than 300+ Teddy Bears to spread happiness and cheer to local families. The first newborn in '21 received a giant teddy bear.
Santa Made a Quick
Stop at The Marketplace at Centerra in December

It was short, but bittersweet. Santa safely made his way to Centerra on December 19th to collect all the letters that were dropped into Centerra's Santa Letter Dropbox. Santa received all the wishes the boys and girls shared before he had to return to the North Pole.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Larimer County Treated to a Holiday Parade
McWhinney & Centerra brought holiday cheer to the Boys & Girls Clubs at year end in a safe and socially distance manner, parade style! In addition, McWhinney adopted several Club families this winter season to help provide basic essential needs during the holidays. An additional donation was also made to the Club's Art Room.