Loveland Chamber of Commerce
Dancing With the Stars
June 29th, 2019
At Embassy Suites in Loveland
2019 DANCING
WITH THE STARS
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Loveland-Corn-Roast-Festival
August 23rd and 24th
In Downtown Loveland
2019 Old Fashioned Corn Roast Festival
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Friday, January 25, 2019
Annual Investor Dinner
"A Night to Glow"
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Denim & Diamonds
June 14th, 2019
At Marianna Butte Golf Course
The 7th Annual LCC Golf Tournament
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Loveland Sweetheart Festival
Feb. 8th & 9th
Downtown Loveland
2019 SWEET HEART FESTIVAL
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7 hours ago  ·  

Community Support Needed:

We are reaching out for sponsors for our One-Act Festival at Mountain View High School, to cover production costs associated with this event.
Theatre is an expensive art form to produce and thus to provide many diverse performance opportunities for our students we require and greatly appreciate your support.

Sponsorship level:
$250 – six tickets to a production; a full-page ad in our playbill; and a shout-out during pre-show
announcements
$150 – four tickets to a production; a half-page ad in
our playbill
$75 – two tickets to a production; a quarter-page ad in
our playbill
*Please contact: Julianne McMahon/ Mountain View High School at julianne.mcmahon@thompsonschools.org
Director of Theatre for more information.
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8 hours ago  ·  

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