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  1. Lafayette Birds

    July 3, 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM @ Greenlee Wildlife Preserve

    Beginning birders are invited to experience the fun and discovery of bird watching at Greenlee Wildlife Preserve on the first Sunday of each month May - November 2016. Knowledgeable bird watchers will be on hand each Sunday with binoculars, spotting scopes and learning tools. Greenlee is a Lafayette Open Space marsh property adjacent to Waneka Lake. Parking is available at Waneka Lake west parking lot near the boathouse. The series is made possible by Boulder Audubon, Boulder County Nature Association and Environment for the Americas.

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  2. 4th of July Celebration at Waneka Lake

    July 4, 4:00 PM - 10:00 PM @ Waneka Lake Park

    Hosted by the Lafayette Chamber of Commerce From 4:00pm-8:00pm •Food Concessions/Food Trucks - Miller's Grill, Suburban Weiner, Abo's Pizza/Burgers and Schnib's Pretzels •Beer (Liquid Mechanic, Coors) & Wine garden •Bounce House, Pony Rides and Face Painting (additional fees may apply) 4:00pm-8:00pm •The Chris Daniels Band 4:00pm-10:30pm •Limited Handicap parking available at West Park entrance on Caria FIREWORKS SHOW AT DUSK Help us keep the fireworks this year by donating to the 2016 Fireworks Show (follow the link below for donation information) PLEASE NOTE: only service dogs are allowed at City events. www.cityoflafayette.com/NoPetsPlease . Shuttle Service is NOT available this year.

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  3. Lafayette Summer Concert Series kick-off with Hazel Miller

    July 6, 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM @ Festival Plaza

    Kick off our summer concert series at Festival Plaza with a great night of music. Come listen to the hardest working band in Colorado that's been making music for all occasions for more than 25 years. Hazel Miller Band's music is designed to make the audience dance and sing-along with an eclectic blend of jazz, R&B, Blues and original music. Public Road will be closed off for this concert and food trucks will be available before and during the concert. Join the Recreation Department for 3 more concerts which will be held at Waneka Lake. JULY 13 - Tuesday Night Blues Band at Waneka Lake Park • 1600 Caria Drive JULY 20 - The Country Music Project at Waneka Lake Park • 1600 Caria Drive JULY 27 - The Goonies at Waneka Lake Park • 1600 Caria Drive Please note: only service dogs are allowed at City events. Follow the link below for information.

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  4. Family Swim Night at LaMont Does Pool

    July 9, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ LaMont Does Outdoor Pool

    Come enjoy an evening swim with the family at Lamont Does Outdoor Pool. Prizes will be awarded to the first 25 attendees.

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  5. Tuesday Night Blues Band - Lafayette Summer Concert Series

    July 13, 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM @ Waneka Lake Park

    With powerful vocals, screaming guitars and harmonica, and a pounding rhythm section, audiences can't seem to get enough of the Tuesday Night Blues Band with their upbeat take on traditional blues and blues rock songs. NEW this year - food trucks will be on site before and during the concerts Join the Recreation Department for 2 more concerts which will be held at Waneka Lake. JULY 20 - The Country Music Project at Waneka Lake Park • 1600 Caria Drive JULY 27 - The Goonies at Waneka Lake Park • 1600 Caria Drive Please note: only service dogs are allowed at City events. Follow the link below for information.

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  6. Art Night Out

    July 15, 5:00 PM - 9:15 PM @ Festival Plaza

    Art Night Out Schedule (Most events occur on Public Road between Cannon and Emma Streets) •Free activities for kids run 5 - 7 pm •ARTS!Lafaytette Beer and Wine Garden 5 – 9:15 pm •Artist booths and vendors on Festival Plaza 5 - 9 pm (Become a vendor) •Free Concert! Bands will play at Festival Plaza from 6:30 - 9:15 pm •Additional events and activities will be scheduled at various Lafayette Businesses •Maps and special offers available at Festival Plaza Please note: only service dogs are allowed at City events.

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  7. The Country Music Project - Lafayette Summer Concert Series

    July 20, 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM @ Waneka Lake Park

    With it's mix of male and female four-part vocals, and instrumentation that includes acoustic, electric and pedal steel guitars, mandolin, keyboards, bass and drums, TCMP keeps alive the old sound of country music, but has the power to punch out the popular sounds of today's new artists. NEW this year - food trucks will be on site before and during the concerts. Join the Recreation Department for 1 more concert at Waneka Lake JULY 27 - The Goonies at Waneka Lake Park • 1600 Caria Drive Please note: only service dogs are allowed at City events. Follow the link below for information.

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  8. Historic Demolition Review Process - Public Workshop

    July 23, 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM @ Lafayette Library Meeting Room

    The Historic Preservation Board (HPB) will hold a workshop on July 23 for residents, business owners, and real estate agents. Representatives of the HPB will begin the workshop with a brief explanation of what constitutes a demolition and how the HPB reviews demolition requests for buildings that are 50 years old and older. The HPB will then invite questions from attendees about these topics and any other HPB-related topics of interest. The HPB would like for attendees' questions to guide the workshop, whose goal is to clarify HPB processes and provide accurate information to the public about historic preservation.

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  9. The Goonies - Lafayette Summer Concert Series

    July 27, 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM @ Waneka Lake Park

    Based in Boulder, CO., this 4-piece rock band will unravel your sense of space and time with their shredding guitar solos. Founded in 1985, after escaping a kidnapping by a large sasquatch, the young rockstars decided to travel through time and come light up the 21st century. NEW this year - food trucks will be on site before and during the concerts Follow the link below for information. Please note: only service dogs are allowed at City events.

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