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Events to look for on Valentine’s Day!

Loveland Ski Area | Flip McCririck

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Oskar Blues and 95.7FM The Party’s Ski Hooky Days at Loveland Ski Area: 

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There are 2 more Hooky Days at Loveland Ski Resort! Tickets are only $25 when you sign up for Party VIP and print the coupon! Valentines is the perfect day to head to Loveland Ski Area for some discounted lift tickets and beer specials all day from Oskar Blues. At the mountain everything gets a little sweeter around this time, it could be all the love or maybe just the Valentine’s Day treats. The coupon also allows for buy one get one lift tickets the following two 2 weeks and at the end of the day there is a giveaway for a pair of Icelantic Skis. If you miss this Hooky Days make sure to make it to the next March 14th.  

Bar Louie Truth or Dare: 

Think you know know your date? Why don’t you see their true selves at Bar Louie Truth or Dare Party happening the on 14th at the Foothills Mall location! Don’t miss out on watching shenanigans take place and indulge in the half priced apps and flats as well as their two new drinks Chocolate Truth and Diablo Dare.

Drink Specials

Having a wine night with your friends on Alternative Valentine’s Day | Mackenzie Boltz
  • $3.50 Select Drafts (14oz)
  • $4.50 Wine by the Glass
  • $5.50 Signature Martinis

Singles Night at the Mayor: 

Has the new year been rough on your love life? Head over to the Mayor this Valentine’s day. In Old Town at the Mayor on the 14th, all the singles will gather for the Come Alone Valentine’s Day Bash. The wonderful staff will also be providing the service of being your wingman, by passing on a customized valentines card designed by you! Don’t spend the night in binging Netflix. Hopefully you can reel in a good catch!

A view of the Loveland fireworks | Katie Schmidt

Loveland Sweetheart Festival: 

For 70 years the Town of Loveland has welcomed sweethearts from all over. From Feb 8th to 9th the Love, Locks and Lights festival is taking place. Join the town of Loveland in celebrating Valentine’s Day, check out the events below!

  • Lock your love at the largest love lock sculpture in the United States reaching 30 ft, locks available at festival
  • Art Gallery located on 4th Street
  • The Sweetheart 5k
  • Bands and Music
  • For the Love of Chocolate and Beer tasting at Crow Hop Brewery and Taproom
    Prost Brewing was host to the three better things in life on Sunday: puppies, yoga, and beer.

Salsa at Prost: 

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Feeling spicy? Prost Brewing Company holds salsa dancing every Thursday night! Dress to impress and show off your moves. The night begins with salsa lessons for only $5 and later a free social dance. No partner needed so it’s your chance to find that valentines date. Plus, there is BEER! Enjoy one of the many german style beers offered by Prost.

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