NOCO Weekend: Lost in the Woods, Adult Laser Tag, Drunkin’ Donuts
If you don’t attend at least one of these four upcoming weekend events, what are you doing?
Here are events in the Northern Colorado area from Feb. 7-9:
Keep your Saturday night open — or at least from 8 p.m. to midnight. Hosted by New Belgium Brewery in Fort Collins, this wondrous event will have you adventuring and exploring New Belgium’s renown Foeder Forest while listening to your favorite radio station DJ, Shelby from 94.3 The X. Not only will you be sipping on sours and several other experimental concoctions, but there will be light appetizers and desserts to pair with your beverages. Tickets are on sale for $75 per person at Eventbrite.com — you must be at least 21 years old to purchase. All tickets include a La Folie or Le Terroir 375 ml cork-and-cage sour beer of your choice.
You are invited to join the brand new, LLT Live 21+ Night at Loveland Laser Tag. Enjoy live music, food and drinks from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. The entry fee is $10 per person. There is also beer on tap, so you are practically guaranteed that Loveland Laser Tag will make sure you have a great time.
This event will have the audience stunned. You and your family and/or friends are invited to come dissect a sheep’s heart with the help of trained professionals and volunteers. Bring your lab coats and your Valentine’s Day spirit to the Fort Collins Museum of Discovery for $10 per family of 6 or less. All ages are welcome, but keep in mind your little ones may be too squeamish for this science experiment. This event occurs Saturday, February 8, and then re-occurs Saturday, February 22.
This delicious pop-up welcomes doughnut-lovers and beer-lovers to join together for a delectable collaboration at CopperMuse Distillery in Fort Collins. Happening from noon to 6 p.m. on Sunday, you won't want to miss this beer-y donut extravaganza. Tickets can be ordered online at www.coppermuse.com. You must be 21+ years of age to attend.