Events Cancelled Due To Poor Air Quality
Smoke from the High Park Fire can be seen or smelled across much of Colorado and the smoke particulates have created a need for health advisories due to poor air quality. That poor air quality is also affecting a lot of scheduled outdoor activities.
The Loveland Reporter-Herald just released a list of a few events that were planned for the next few days that have been cancelled due to health concerns.
- The Loveland Concert Band scheduled for tonight at 7:15 p.m. has been canceled. (Next week’s performance, “The Olympics are Coming,” will occur as planned at 7:15 p.m. Tuesday, June 19.)
- The Community event hosted by OtterBox and the OtterCares Foundation that was to take place from 3 to 6 p.m. Wednesday at Jack Christiansen Memorial Track has been canceled.
- The Natural Resources program, “When the Going Gets Touch: Basic Survival” program has been canceled. The event was scheduled for 9 a.m. Saturday.
- Temporary closures at Horsetooth Reservoir, Horsetooth Mountain Open Space, and Eagle’s Nest Open Space have been extended through Thursday, June 14.
You can get more details on all these closures from the Loveland Reporter-Herald.