Summer might be halfway over , but that doesn’t mean you’ve missed all the summer events happening in Fort Collins.
All summer, Poudre River Public Library offers a reading challenge for ADULTS! It’s not too late for you to track what books you read this summer. If you’re spending the summer reading, you might as well get a prize for it!
July 1. Letter Writing Club. It’s never too late to start writing letters, 2-3pm @Wolverine Farm Letterpress & Publick House. Visit their event for more information.
July 2. Scone by Scone with Deedie Runkel. Runkel will be reading from her new memoir, Scone by Scone. Reading starts at 6pm @Old Firehouse Books. To order her book or learn about her memoir, visit the event page.
July 8. The Writer Collective. A great excuse to just sit down and write, 1:30-4pm @Wolverine Farm Letterpress & Publick House. Learn more here.
July 11. DimeStories. 3-minute open Mic stories @Bean Cycle Roasters, 6:30-8pm. Come share or listen to short stories, follow the Facebook event for other dates this summer!
July 13-15. Summer Book Sale. Who doesn’t love a book sale? For three days, Poudre River Public Library will have a book sale raising money from 9am-6pm @Harmony Library.
July 18. Obama and Biden Ride Again. Author Andrew Shaffer will be reading from his Hope Never Dies: An Obama/Biden Mystery. Get there early to get free ice cream from Walrus Ice Cream. Events starts at 6pm @Old FireHouse Books. Learn more here.
July 26-29. Fort Collins Fringe Festival. From mind-readers to short plays and A Midsummer Night’s Fire Circus, this might be a great way to spark some literary creativity. The festival’s website lists all events happening throughout the weekend.
July 29. Slamagadro. Get your best spoken word ready for an open mic @Avogadro’s Number, 7-9:30pm. Visit their Facebook page for information on all Slamagadro events.