Orvis

24 May 19
fintec

Orvis Credit Card is a highly priced card that offers 3 points for every $1 spent at Orvis Stores and 1 point per $1 spent everywhere else Visa is accepted Source: Orvis Credit Card Visa Login | Review

24 May 19
Boulder Daily Camera
Sugarloaf Garage Sale — This annual garage sale is a community fundraising effort for fire protection and emergency services. Volunteers have converted Sugarloaf Fire Station No. 2 to sell everything from tools to toys, from furniture to glassware and from decor to artisan-raised plants — all at bargain prices; 9 a.m.May 25, Sugarloaf Fire Station 2, 1360 Sugarloaf Road, Boulder; 303-442-1050. Chautauqua Plein Air Painting— En plein air is a term used to describe the art of outdoor painting. Learn the skills and techniques to capture Chautauqua’s landscapes and views using pastel paints. Enjoy the fresh air and elevate your talents under the skillful direction of artist Jennifer Rieger; 10 a.m. Friday, May 24, Chautauqua Park, 900 Baseline Road, Boulder; $59; 720-561-5968, bvsd.org/lll. Pygmalion by George Bernard Shaw— Henry Higgins, professor of phonetics, meets Eliza Doolittle, a common flower seller, on a rainy night in early 1900s London. Fascinated by her cockney accent, Higgins bets his colleague that he can transform her into a poised, well-spoken Duchess in a matter of months and present her to high-society without anyone realizing the difference; 7:30 p.m. Friday, May 24, Dairy Arts Center, 2590 Walnut St., Boulder; $21-$25; 303-444-7328, bit.ly/theupstart crow. The Art of Resilience: Nicaraguan Perspectives — Boulder’s original sister city, Friendship City Projects, presents the inspirational, healing, and transcendent art of two Nicaraguan artists: Marlon Moreno and José Ortiz Bracamonte; 10 a.m. Friday, May 24, Museum of Boulder at the Tebo Center, Museum of Boulder at the Tebo Center, 2205 Broadway, Boulder; $8-$10; 303-449-3464, museum ofboulder.org/exhibits/#art. Mindful Cinema— Share culinary delights and movies that explore themes like tradition, generosity, loyalty, and forgiveness. Free with a donation to the potluck dinner. A short discussion follows the film; 6:30 p.m. Friday, May 24, Boulder Shambhala Center, 1345 Spruce St., Boulder; free; 303-444-0190, boulder.shambhala.org/program -details/?id=362652. UPCOMING Wetland Waders Bird Walk— Join volunteer naturalists to explore the long-legged waders. Learn tips for recognizing different types of wading birds and their nesting preferences. Be prepared for a slow-paced walk of up to 2 miles. Bring water, walking shoes and binoculars. Register online; 8 a.m. Saturday, May 25, Near Boulder, location provided upon registration, Boulder; free; 303-678-6214, boulder countyopenspace.org/register. Boulder Creek Festival— The City of Boulder celebrates the 32nd annual Boulder Creek Festival. Celebrating Boulder’s diversity and the start of summer, the free event features three days of live music performances, food and beverages; 10 a.m. Saturday, May 25, Boulder Creek, between Arapahoe and Canyon, and between 9th and 14th, Boulder; free; 303-658-0605. Orvis 101 Beginners Class— Always wanted to learn about fly fishing, but didn’t have the equipment? Front Range Anglers will be giving a free Orvis 101 class at the shop; 10 a.m. Saturday, May 25, Front Range Anglers, 2344 Pearl St., Boulder; free; 303-494-1375, frontrangeanglers.com. Drumming with Horses— We drum for the horses enjoyment as they offer us companionship. This is a very beginner friendly, facilitated, drum circle. No experience required. Drums available to use and for sale. There are handlers present to guide our interactions with the horses; noon Saturday, May 25, Medicine Horse Program, 8778 Arapahoe Road, Boulder; $10; 707-599-1908, facebook.com/boulderdrumcircle. Strings & Stories — The Bluebird Music Festival will feature four musicians, each playing a few songs from their catalog and telling the stories of how those songs came to light; 2 p.m. Saturday, May 25, Macky Auditorium, 1595 Pleasant St., Boulder; $29-$49; facebook .com/events/2245588182424622. Opening Reception: “Discarded Jewels” — Susie Biehl’s art is a raucous, no-holds-barred extravagance of discarded organic and man-made materials. A gleaming and glorious amalgam of textures, shapes, and colors boldly integrate to form 2D and 3D pieces that are imaginative, tactile, bold, and original; 5:30 p.m. Saturday, May 25, Bricolage Gallery, at Art Parts Creative Reuse Center, 2860 Bluff St., Boulder; free; 720-379-5328, art partsboulder.org.
23 May 19
The Ozark Fly Fisher Journal

THERE is a fine argument that could be mounted that the best planning for an All Species Odyssey campaign would be “Bring Them All”. A more conservative approach might be to target your confidence patterns, and fish them till they work. Remember size and nymbers don’t count, Odyssey success comes in ticking off the easy […]

23 May 19
fintec

Orvis Credit Card is a highly priced card that offers 3 points for every $1 spent at Orvis Stores and 1 point per $1 spent everywhere else Visa is accepted Source: Orvis Credit Card Visa Login | Review

22 May 19
Winters Express

The Fly Fishers of Davis will be hosting guest speaker, John Rickard.

22 May 19
Flavors of Friuli

This piece was originally published in the May 2011 issue of Dream of Italy. When asked to recall my most perfect memory of absolute bliss, I immediately picture myself floating on my back in the tranquil sea off Baia Santa Lucia, the sun beating down on my face and limbs, the buoyant water sending my […]

22 May 19
E. Zambello Writing and Photography

Over 100 angling enthusiasts spent Friday, May 4th at the Fly Fishing Film Tour, hosted for the second year in a row by Shoreline Church in Destin. The event raised $3000 for the Choctawhatchee Basin Alliance (CBA) to improve swimmable, fishable waterways. The 2019 films featured stories from all over the world, including Alaska, the Seychelles, […]

22 May 19
fintec

Orvis Credit Card is a highly priced card that offers 3 points for every $1 spent at Orvis Stores and 1 point per $1 spent everywhere else Visa is accepted Source: Orvis Credit Card Visa Login | Review

21 May 19
Wild Places Report

News for Immediate ReleaseMay 21, 2019Contact: Katie McKalip, 406-240-9262, mckalip@backcountryhunters.org Hunters, anglers recognized for contributions to North America’s public lands, waters, wildlife MISSOULA, Mont. – At Backcountry Hunters & Anglers’ 8th Annual North American Rendezvous, the organization honored men and women from across the conservation community for their efforts to sustain valuable fish and wildlife […]

21 May 19
coleman special

I have more than a few fly fishing bucket-list trips: Alaska/Pacific Northwest for steelhead, Labrador for Atlantic salmon, the Florida keys for Tarpon and Bonefish.  And then there is New Zealand for huge, wild trout and scenary beyond my wildest dreams. If you had told me I would get to visit New Zealand before any […]

20 May 19
Ourdailythread Fly Fishing

Fly fishing has taken me to some amazing places and afforded me the opportuities to see some incredible things.  Water spouts on the Gulf, crimson sunrises on a rocky Maine shore, hooking into a nine-foot gator in Alabama, and stumbling upon a pair of Eastern Diamondback rattlers alongside a wild brook trout stream in the […]

20 May 19
Flylords Mag

Sponsored Post In honor or REI’s Anniversary Sale (Kicking off this weekend and ending May 27th), we teamed up with angler Shyanne Orvis and photographer Jesse Packwood for an adventure into the remote wilderness of Alaska! The anglers knew they were going to face tough conditions so they picked a few of REI’s sale items […]

19 May 19
Nana Travels The West

San Francisco?  Anaheim?  San Diego?  Maybe Santa Cruz or Morro Bay?  They all have something to offer, but they’re not my favorite.  The California town I most love is one many of you have probably never heard of, and have more than likely not visited.  It’s my “if I won the lottery” spot, the place […]

19 May 19
Southern Rensselaer County Rotary Club

The weather cooperated on Saturday for the latest “SRC Recyling & Shredding Day” fundraiser. All proceeds go toward supporting our youth scholarship program and other selected community service efforts. Thanks to all who helped make this another successful effort in support of environmental protection, and special thanks to Josh Wainman for arranging the use of […]