Community Drum Circle, used book sales and more – Loveland Reporter-Herald

Volunteers Anita Knidt, left, and Glen Preble, above, organize book sales Thursday in preparation for the Friends of Loveland Public Library’s spring book sale. Sunday is the last day of sales. (Loveland Reporter-Herald file)


Community Drum Circle celebrates Earth Day: 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM, River’s Edge Natural Area Amphitheater, 960 W. First St., Loveland. Members of Djembe Jive will perform. Bring a drum if you have one. Small percussion instruments will be available for anyone who wants to join in. Drop-in event, but registration is encouraged at

Friends of the Loveland Library Used Book Sales: 11am – 3pm, McKee 4-H Building at The Ranch, 5260 Arena Circle, Loveland. Books in all genres, CDs, DVDs, records and audio books. People can fill a standard shopping bag for $5.

Rocky Mountain RepRap Festival: 9 a.m., First National Bank Exhibition Hall at The Ranch, 5280 Arena Circle, Loveland. Featuring Death Races, TF Dragsters and other showcases of RepRap technology. 877-544-8499,

End of exhibition: ‘Weaving rabbits, complex threads in making’ Noon – 4 p.m., Loveland Museum, 503 N. Lincoln Ave., Loveland. Last day for Kristy Deetz’s art exhibition. Free,

Bingo: 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM, Bingo Planet, 281 E. 29th St., Loveland. Benefits Foster and Adoptive Families of Larimer County. Contact Cindy Buckardt at 970-481-7993 or [email protected].

Texas Hold’em: 6:00 PM – 7:15 PM, Boise Tavern, 1475 N. Boise Ave., No. 4, Loveland. Free,

Karaoke: 9:00 PM – 12:30 AM, Monroe’s Lounge, 5542 EUS 34, Loveland. Call 970-667-7810 or visit

Canyon Concert Ballet – “Sleeping Beauty”: 2 p.m., Lincoln Center, 417 W. Magnolia St., Fort Collins. $29-$45, 970-221-6730,

“Our city”: 2 p.m. Sunday, April 21 and 28, 7:30 p.m. Thursday-Saturday, April 25-27, University Center for the Arts, 1400 Remington St., Fort Collins. The Thornton Wilder play tells the story of the fictional American town of Grover’s Corners, NH, between 1901 and 1913 through the daily lives of its citizens. $18 adults, $14 ages 62 and up and $9 youth under 18,

Fundraising campaign for trees, water and human art: 12pm – 4pm, Hawaii Fluid Art Fort Collins, 4421 Corbett Drive, Unit 100, Fort Collins. Visitors can create a small, liquid art painting with a glossy resin layer for $50 per person. Half of the proceeds will be donated to Trees, Water and People, a non-profit organization dedicated to environmental stewardship. Register at

National Crime Victims Rights Scholarship: 10am – 2pm, Oak Street Plaza, 119 W. Oak St., Fort Collins. Victims groups from the community will be in attendance and people can create art that will be exhibited later in the week. Free,

Northern Colorado Mask Exhibition and Fundraiser: 10am-5pm Wednesday-Friday and 12pm-5pm Saturday-Sunday, Museum of Art Fort Collins, 201 S. College Ave., Fort Collins. View in person at the museum and via an online auction at Runs until June 7. Museum admission $8-$10,

“California Suite”: 2 p.m., Windsor Community Playhouse, 561 E. Garden Drive, Unit A, Windsor. $20,

Las RE-4 AP art show: 12pm – 4pm, Art and Heritage Centre, 116 Fifth St., Windsor. Free,

NoCo Theatrix — “Willy Wonka Jr.”: 2:30pm and 6pm, Hensel Phelps Theater at Union Colony Civic Center, 651 10th Ave., Greeley. Film adaptation of Roald Dahl’s fantastic story. $8-$14, 970-356-5000,

Rocky Mountain Conservancy Speaker Series: 2 p.m., Beaver Meadows Visitor Center Auditorium in Rocky Mountain National Park, US 36 west of Estes Park. Subject: “Dr. Steller’s Jay: A Living History Presentation Done in the Person of GW Steller.” Free and open to the public. Register at