Were you able to see your family and friends? Maybe you had to get creative with technology to visit with everyone. However you celebrated this year, we know you’ve got some leftovers to eat! So, here are five creative ways to use those delicious Thanksgiving Leftovers.
The Fruita's Farmer's Market takes place every Saturday from the end of June until the end of October. The new location in Reed Park allows everyone to spread out a little more and really enjoy these beautiful fall days. If you haven't been to the market yet, here are some of the things we love about the Fruita Farmer's Market.
Outdoor space is one the joys in life that we can not get enough of! With that in mind, we've gathered some of our favorite grilling recipes and side dishes to share with you to try out this weekend in your own outdoor space.
The Grand Valley is more than just mountain biking. We also have some pretty incredible hikes that range from easy to difficult. So, here are a few of our favorite hikes in Mesa County.
Our local restaurants have shifted the way they do business, and we are here for it! We love boasting about our amazing community and being able to support them. So, we wanted to share a roundup of our favorite local places, and how you can support them by ordering to-go food.
Since our team is working from home this week, we've reached out to a few of them to ask what they're binge-watching on tv right now - because, that's part of our new workday, right? Here are a few of the responses of binge-watching TV shows.
Fruita Fall Festival is right around the corner and we are SO excited. This is one of our favorite festivals of the year, and not just because we sponsor and get to taste everything in the Baking and Canning contest, but because it brings everyone together and oozes that "small town" charm. Here are a few of our highlighted events for Fruita Fall Fest.
If you're looking to move to Fruita or the Grand Valley, you should brush up on some of the historical aspects, like Mike the Headless Chicken and why Fruita has a festival dedicated to him.
The holidays in the Grand Valley are a magical time, with or without snow. Each community has its unique traditions, but we all put on a parade of lights show!
From the real estate statistics, we can see that the Grand Valley is getting an influx of people from larger metropolitan areas. For all of us who already live here, we know you're going to LOVE it and all the wonderful things that come with living in a small town. Here are five small adjustments you'll make when moving to a small town.