The Conundrum Coffee Truck by Toddy will serve free coffee and tea from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. Thursday at 3706 Aldrin Drive in Loveland.
The event will be the second onsite, mobile “voyage” for Conundrum Coffee in Northern Colorado, with plans in development to host more community appreciation events in the near future, according to a news release.
The public can stop by and sample artisanal tea as well as a variety of specialty coffee options such as Mexico Chiapas, fair trade organic Guatemala Huehuetenango, and Dark Natty (Natural Ethiopian) nitro on tap.
Coffee and tea will be served at no charge, although there will be a donation jar with proceeds going to the Northern Colorado Fires Fund, an initiative created to help area rivers and streams return to sustaining wildlife, recreation, and agriculture — as well as supplying drinking water for 1 million people.
Due to the pandemic, the Conundrum Coffee Tasting Room by Toddy is temporarily closed, so the company is using the coffee truck to serve the public while accommodating social distancing recommendations.
“This year especially the Coffee Truck is the perfect venue for us to serve our community,” Toddy President Julia Leach said.
Conundrum Coffee got its start as the research and development arm of Toddy, which pioneered the cold brew coffee industry in the U.S. more than 50 years ago, then launched in 2012 to serve as the specialty coffee research and development arm of Toddy LLC.
Fort Collins Connexion, the broadband utility for the City of Fort Collins, announced the launch of Altitude Sports programming for Connexion TV customers.
The service will provide all Colorado Avalanche and Denver Nuggets games.
Altitude’s channels also will carry Colorado Mammoth and Colorado Rapids games as well as other local and regional sports, entertainment and public service programming.
Fort Collins Connexion TV is now available for residential customers in that city, with three packages starting at $29.95 per month.
For details, visit www.fcconnexion.com
Peak Kia North in Windsor has donated $100 to the Larimer Humane Society for every vehicle sold during the month of November, resulting in a $7,600 contribution.
According to a news release, the funds will benefit the “Give HOPE” initiative, a Larimer Humane Society effort to provide second chances to thousands of homeless, lost, abandoned and ill animals in need across Northern Colorado.
In 2019, the first year of the initiative, Peak Kia North donated $4,700 through the Driving Second Chances initiative.
“At Peak Kia North, we’re honored to give back to an organization working tirelessly to help area animals recover from the tumultuous times of 2020,” said Jeffrey Taylor, Owner of Peak Kia North. “It’s amazing to know our contribution made possible by the Driving Second Chances campaign will give many of our four-legged community members a new lease on life.”
• FYZICAL Therapy & Balance Centers-Front Range has installed a cryotherapy chamber located in its Loveland clinic, 910 E. Eisenhower Blvd. Cryotherapy uses extremely low temperatures (as low as -230 degrees Fahrenheit) for short periods of time to relieve muscle pain, sprains, swelling, and joint stiffness.
• The Department of Local Affairs’ (DOLA) Colorado Main Street Program has placed the town of Windsor at the Graduate Level of the Colorado Main Street Program, the top tier of their ranking system. Windsor joins only seven other cities and towns at that level, which offers support for community-led downtown revitalization.
• Elizabeth (Beth) Hackenberger has joined Banner Health as an acute care nurse practitioner, specializing in general cardiology care. In her role, Hackenberger will provide cardiology care for adults with a variety of health conditions ranging from prevention measures to heart failure at Banner CardioVascular Institute of North Colorado Clinic in Greeley and Loveland.
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