The cold weather doesn't mean you have have skip out on that bike ride. Join us at the Community Recreation Center to get in a warmer workout! Drop in and use the track, indoor pool, fitness facilities and more.
Game on! This post goes out to all of the referees, coaches, staff and parents who spend Saturday mornings so that kids can grow and learn. Thanks for everything. #LetThemPlay
Southeast Asia is a large area that contains many different cultures. Kids will learn about shadow puppets and create art inspired by what they've learned during the next Art Around the World: Indonesia, happening November 17th. Register online at https://bit.ly/2n7qjX1 or call 970-674-3500.
String art looks complicated, but this class will make it easy. Just come with your design picked out and the instructor will walk you through the rest! All supplies are provided. Register online at http://bit.ly/2DqrOJX or call 970-674-3500.
If you’re planning a trip to Boardwalk Park for the next few days, you might want to consider parking in the large lot nearest to the playground. Weather permitting, the south roundabout entrance to Boardwalk Park will be closed through Friday for railway crossing improvements.
Celebrate Diwali, the Hindu festival of lights, by learning about stories from Hindu mythology and then participate in a customized yoga flow inspired by those myths on November 7th at the Art & Heritage Center. Rgister by November 6th at https://bit.ly/2OId7Vh or call 970-674-3500.
A year in the making, the town's archery range has officially relocated! With a planned opening of Monday, the range was relocated from Diamond Valley to the Poudre River Trail Corridor's Kodak Trailhead. The site features new targets and a natural environment for archers to practice their skills. While the site will be usable on Monday, visitors will get to enjoy even more planned improvements that will be made in
Tomorrow is the first Friday of the month which means we'll be at the Art & Heritage Center from 6-8 p.m. for Heritage & Hops. Join us as we listen to Antonio Lopez perform his award-winning modern folk music. Enjoy a community craft while we listen to music and sip refreshments. Admission is free and complimentary beer will be provided by High Hops Brewery.
It's a scaly Science Saturday with live reptiles and amphibians presented by Nature's Educators. Join us for on November 10 from 9-10:30 a.m. to get up close and personal with our exotic friends! Register online at https://bit.ly/2vAuHSa or call 970-674-3500.
Windsor Parks, Recreation & Culture added a temporary profile picture.
Thanks to all the families who joined us for the Haunted Village Trick-of-Treat! We hope you had fun and learned a little Windsor history too.
Are you a history buff? Have you checked out the Art & Heritage Center's WWII "Convincing the Nation" art exhibit? The exhibit, brought to you by Georgia Southern University, showcases the propaganda posters that convinced a nation to support a war effort. The exhibit is open from Thursday-Sunday, 12-4 p.m.
If you're heading to the Recreation Center, be on the lookout for the Weld County Ballot Box just outside the main doors. You can also vote inside until November 6th. Polling hours are Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm, and Saturday, 10am-2pm. Election Day hours are 7am-7pm. For Larimer County voting location visit http://bit.ly/2yAv3KM.Heading to the Windsor Community Recreation Center for a work out? Why not drop off your ballot, too! Did you know
The forecast calls for 70 degrees and sunny. Today's a great day to visit Boardwalk Park Museum. The buildings are closed for the season but you can still learn about each structure's history by reading the interpretive panels in front of them.
The activity pool and slide at the CRC will be closing at 5:45pm on Friday due to our 3rd annual Pumpkin Plunge. There is still space available if you want to join the fun! We'll be diving for pumpkins from 6-8 p.m. Register online at windsorgov.com/recreg or call 970-674-3500.
From basic clay pots to ornate polymer beads, kids will get to experiment with lots of different types of clay in this Make & Take program starting November 3rd from 3:30-5:00 p.m. https://bit.ly/2McTdjm
Town staff have been working hard to prepare Windsor Lake for next year. Sprinklers were winterized today and last week the parking lot was repaved and rip rap was installed along the lake's west side.
Our youth cooking class is Cookin’ up Halloween Surprises on October 27. This class teaches basic cooking skills with nutritious ingredients. Recommended for ages 6-12. Classes are $25 each. Register online at http://bit.ly/2J3vEIV or call 970-674-3500.
A special spooky Super Science Saturday is free to all this week! Join us at the Community Recreation Center tomorrow, Oct. 20th, to meet LIVE owls from the Rocky Mountain Raptor Program. Program runs from 9-10 a.m. for all ages! Children ages 5 and under must be accompanied by an adult.
Join master jack-o-lantern artist John Bardeen to learn how to create an on-the-spot pumpkin masterpiece on Saturday, October 20. Bring your own pumpkin and get a set of professional pumpkin carving tools to take home! Register online at https://bit.ly/2J5GKxr or call 970-674-3500.