Creative Fort Collins - KRFC 88.9 FM Radio Fort Collins

Creative Fort Collins - KRFC 88.9 FM Radio Fort Collins

This is Creative Fort Collins recorded at KRFC 88.9 FM Radio Fort Collins. Creative Fort Collins is a cultural guide to discovering Fort Collins’ creative industries, such as design, music, film and video, visual arts, fashion, literature, and the performing arts. We strive to promote the arts and culture scene in Fort Collins, Colorado and the surrounding area.

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December 9, 2019 28 min

Dance Express, an inclusive dance company in Fort Collins, Colorado, celebrates diverse dance experiences dance by and for persons with or without disabilities in northern Colorado and the world. Upcoming performances include December 13-14 at the Lincoln Center in Fort Collins, CO. More Information can be found at DanceExpressFC.com

Guests: Mary Elizabeth Lenahan, Lyndsay Whitlock, Michael Hulings

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