What is Greeley Unexpected?
How Well Do You Know Greeley?
We’re getting bigger all the time.
Greeley's population is now estimated to be over 100,000, but there are still very few traffic jams and rarely a need to wait at the same red light more than once. Getting from one side of town to the other is a piece of cake. There are definitely people in other cities who are jealous. And that's ok.
Where to go, what to do, who to see.
Where do we start? The events just keep multiplying—there’s the list of signature events like the Greeley Stampede, Arts Picnic, Blues Jam, Weld County Fair and Oktobrewfest. But then you can’t forget the High Plains Chautauqua, Neighborhood Nights, University of Northern Colorado and the Union Colony Civic Center season of performances. Top that off with the Greeley Chorale, Greeley Children’s Chorale, Friday Fests, First Fridays and UNC Homecoming week, and a full schedule of events at the Moxi Theater, and the calendar starts getting very full very fast. In fact, the list is so long, we can only mentioning a few in this list.
You can plan your day, week, month and season around all the great things going on in Greeley.
First Friday is a great chance to experience some of Greeley's local artistic talent. Stop by any of the participating art galleries and businesses to soak in the beautiful works of art. Some of the participating destinations also offer unique gifts, classes, crafts, live music, and experiences to enjoy as well.
Click here for the map of participating galleries and businesses and see what is planned.
Monfort Concert Hall - Union Colony Civic Center
This world-renown group of traditional Irish musicians has been touring for more than 25 years. Altan's music has become more than just music for Ireland as they have accompanied the Irish president on numerous state trips and played for dignitaries across the world. According to Chicago Weekly, the combination of their “dazzling instrumental prowess and gorgeously delicate vocals” has captivated fans for decades.
Downtown Greeley's first Easter Egg Hunt will be happening on Saturday, April 4, 2015. It will take place on the east side of Lincoln Park and the 8th Street Plaza.There will be different hunts for different age groups. The zero to three year-olds will start at 10 a.m., the four to six year-olds will start at 10:15, followed by the seven to twelve year-olds with some more strategic egg hiding on the 8th street plaza. (A few of the eggs will have big prizes!)
You can get more details on the Facebook Event Page created by Downtown Development Authority.
**Note: Please check with the actual event website, ticket seller, or organizer for any changes in times, dates, venues, cancelations or other specifics.