What is Greeley Unexpected?
How Well Do You Know Greeley?
Greeley's a small town, right?
Not anymore! The population is currently over 95,000 and growing and the University of Northern Colorado’s student population is about 12,500. People refer to Greeley as a growing mid-size city with bigger city amenities.
The cultural scene is weak.
No, not by any means!
The Greeley Philharmonic just celebrated its 103rd season making it one of the oldest symphony orchestras in the nation
The new Creative District highlights the people, galleries and activities that make Greeley’s creative class glad they’re here www.greeleycreativedistrict.org;
The annual Jazz Festival, Blues Jam, Arts Picnic, Greeley Stampede, Friday Fests and the University of Northern Colorado attract and showcase local, regional and national performers;
The Union Colony Civic Center’s 1,665-seat main hall, 222-theater and Tointon Gallery are celebrating their 25th year hosting local and internationally known performances.
The Greeley Chorale, celebrating its 49th season, performs around the world and is recognized as one of the best choral organizations in the US, and the Greeley Children’s Chorale has been performing for 23 years.
The Moxi Theater, an all ages venue, is now open downtown complementing the Kress Theatre and Lounge indie art theater.
To answer your next question, yep, there’s plenty more.
Island Grove Regional Park
Hope to see you at the Greeley Tribune Home and Garden Show! It's northern Colorado's premier source of inspiration, education, discovery and expertise for your home and garden!
It's FREE admission and FREE parking.
Greeley's Water Conservation Program will give you a new low-water use, high-functioning EPA WaterSense labeled showerhead in exchange for your old model. Look for our booth!
*In order to be eligible for this exchange, you must get water from the City of Greeley. Bring a water bill or driver's license for proof of residency.
Come downtown Saturday, March 15th for "Blarney on the Block"
Greeley's unique Go-Cup service starts at 1p.m.
The Fort Collins Pipe and Drum band will lead the "round the block" parade at 2 p.m.
Irish Dancers on the stage at 3 p.m.
Traditional Irish Jigs and Reels on the stage at 3:30 p.m.
Stay for lots of activities and games for the little leprechauns and the whole family.