Fireworks in Northern Colorado

Where to watch Fireworks in Northern Colorado-  July 4th, 2018

Fireworks are an important part of the 4th of July all around the country. With the holiday fast approaching, we’ve compiled a list of a few of our favorite places to celebrate our Nation’s 242nd birthday by enjoying a fireworks display in Northern Colorado.

 

Estes Park

What: 4th of July Celebration

Where: Lake Estes

When: Pancake breakfast and all day activities begin at 7am, displays start at 9:30 pm.

Firestone

What: 4th at Firestone

Where: Miners Park

When: Festivities begin at 10 am, fireworks at 9:30 pm

Fort Collins

What: 4th of July Community Celebration

Where: City Park

When: Fireworks will be held at 9:35 pm over Lake Sheldon, but live music will begin at 4:15 pm. Don’t forget to check out the 4th of July Parade at 10 am that morning downtown!

Greeley

What: Fireworks at Greeley Stampede

Where: Island Grove Park

When: Display will be held at 9:30 pm for and finish off the 97th annual Greeley Stampede!

Lafayette

What: Celebrate the 4th of July

Where: Waneka Lake Park

When: The event will start at 4 pm with plenty of food vendors, live music, activities for all ages, and of course the finale. The Lafayette Chamber of Commerce is still looking for volunteers.

Longmont

What: Longmont 4th of July Fireworks Display

Where: Boulder County Fairgrounds

When: 9:30 pm for display, but don’t miss the concert in the park at 11 am!

 

Loveland

What: July 4th Celebration

Where: North Lake Park over Lake Loveland

When: Festivities begin at 11am, be sure to arrive early for a great seat as display starts at 9:17pm.

Windsor

What: Town of Windsor’s Annual 4th of July Celebration

Where: Boardwalk Park

When: Four legged fun run and food vendors begins at 7 am, display at 9:10 pm.

 

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Memorial Day Events in Northern Colorado

Memorial Day Events in Northern Colorado

Memorial Day 2018 Events

 

Memorial Day is just around the corner and if you’re looking for events over the weekend, we have your back. Northern Colorado kicks off summer with activities all around the Front Range. White water rafting, camping, and discovering Horsetooth are some fun activities that are great for all ages. The Big Thompson Canyon Highway between Loveland and Estes Park will open up this Thursday, May 24th, at 4 pm.

 

Estes:

CSU BBQ Showdown

This year’s event will be held at The Stanley Hotel over May 26thand 27th. You can enjoy the family friendly festivities with drinks, music, and of course- BBQ or enter your best recipe for your chance to win cash prizes and qualify for the Jack Daniels Contest.

 

Fort Collins:

Realities Ride and Rally

It’s biggest event this time of year is the annual Realities Ride and Rally. This two-day festival begins on Saturday and honors our fallen heroes as well as the brings the community together to support the Realities for Children charity that helps local at-risk youth that have been abused and/or neglected. You can enjoy the parades, vendors, food, beer, and one of the largest poker runs in NOCO! Stop by our booth and say, “Hi”!

 

Veterans Plaza

The Veterans Plaza of Northern Colorado honor the fallen military members every year. This year they will be celebrating those who served in the Cold War.

 

Odell’s Small Batch Fest

Odell’s Small Batch Fest will run on Saturday, May 26th, from 1-6 pm. You can find live music, food trucks, and over 40 Odell beers. A portion of their ticket sales will go towards their $10,000 Small Batch Grant’s 2018 recipient- Coalition for the Poudre River Watershed. You can buy tickets here.

 

Greeley:

Centennial Celebration

The Centennial Village’s 2018 season begins with this year’s Centennial Celebration that runs from Saturday to Sunday. Blacksmith, print shop demos, and Buffalo Soldier performances are just a few highlights of this family fun event.

 

Memorial Day Program

Monday, May 28th, 9-10 am, The Weld County Military Organizations partnered with Linn Grove Cemetery to hold the Memorial Day Program. This is not only a great way to reflect and honor those who gave the ultimate sacrifice, but also features an honor guard salute, speakers, music, and the Avenue of Flags.

 

Johnstown:

80’s Fest

Enjoy an 80’s themed day on Saturday, May 26th, from 10:30 am- 8:00 pm. 5k Run/Walk, live music, karaoke, yoga, parade, food, beer garden, costume contests, and much more!

 

Veteran Brothers Brewing Company: First Annual Corn Hole Tournament

The Veteran Brothers Brewing Company is located in the heart of Johnstown down Parish Ave. Not only will they have great beer, but live music and prizes for winners.

Windsor:

Memorial Day Ceremony

Windsor offers multiple ceremonies in the morning starting at the Elm Grove Cemetery at 8 am. The second will be at the Veteran’s Cemetery at 9 am followed by the Memorial Day Parade to Windsor Town Hall, and end with the final ceremony at 10 am. This year’s Parade Marshall is Dennis Guay.
 

RE/MAX Infinity would like to take this opportunity to thank those who gave the ultimate sacrifice while defending our country and protecting our freedom, you are not forgotten.

Build An Effective Real Estate Team

Build An Effective Real Estate Team

build an effective real estate teamRemax infinity is proud to present former Denver Bronco Reggie Rivers as he shares his thoughts on real estate teams , partnerships, and how to build an effective real estate team.

 

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Wednesday, April 11th, 2018, we had a great turn out for the Reggie River Event!  RE/MAX Infinity, Universal Lending, and First American Title are grateful to Reggie Rivers for sharing his insights on what playing as a team member means, and how we can apply these principles in our own industry.

Colorado homeowners state communication is the number one factor for great customer service. Customer service is made up of many parts; focusing on exceeding expectations, anticipation of needs, and problem solving. Buyers typically view Realtors, Lenders, and Title as a single unit. The best way to build an effective real estate team is to consistently partner with the best in the industry. Knowing who you can trust and who are your team members, helps to ensure smooth transactions, and formalizes trust between all parties.

Characteristics of building a strong team include; clearly defined roles, known/shared common goals, trust, character, competency, loyalty, and having each other’s backs. Each role influences everyone on the team. Setting our teammates up for success ensures that closings happen on time and are done correctly. Using all our strengths, (as Realtors, Lenders, Title), allows us to step up when needed. Thus, maintaining strong communication and timely delivery guarantees happy clients, as well as their referrals!

We would also like to thank Shari Pfiefer, Scott Shoemaker, Kim Martin, and Jen Sanders from Universal Lending, as well as Debby Myers from First American Title.

Prior to Reggie’s presentation, Shari gave us a quick run-down about USDA loan changes that include the availability to use CHFA. USDA and CHFA loans can be partnered without any closing costs and $1,000 down! However, there are still some pros and cons to both types of loans used separately or together.

Debby also spoke about the increase in wire fraud and the actions taken to protect our clients. Broker’s E&O’s are not covering at 100%. Thus, Debby recommended that we are well-informed about these provisions to educate our clients on Closing Protection Coverage. Keep in mind, during this crazy market, CPLs (Closing Protection Letters) can help you beat out the competition.

 

A warm “thank you” to all who attended. We hope that everyone enjoyed the presentation. Looking forward to our next venue!