The Johnstown Jingle

  • 09 Dec 2018
  • 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  • Historic Downtown Johnstown


This unique event is going to guide attendees into business all along Parish Avenue & Charlotte Street.  Businesses will sign up to have activities at their establishment, there will be a Winter Market for vendors inside the Johnstown Senior Center, a trackless train will drive through the streets and there will be bonfires to warm people up outside.  

This will truly be a special event and we would like you to participate!  Scroll down in this email to find links to volunteer, ideas for businesses, sponsorship sign up and more!  

If you have any questions on this event, please email events@tallentco.com.  Thank you!


Click here to pre-order your 2018 Johnstown Jingle Commemorative Ornament!


Thank you to our sponsors: The Town of Johnstown, Springs at 2534, NOCO Magazine, Restoration Church, and Front Range Fire Rescue!

Town of Johnstown:
"Town of Johnstown, the "Community That Cares." Johnstown is a great place to live, work and play, and we are glad you've decided this will be your new home. Provided below is a link to important resources that will assist you in settling here. Please don't ever hesitate to call Town Hall with any questions you may have. We look forward to you joining our community!"

http:// townofjohnstown.com/

Springs 2534: 

Springs at 2534 offers luxury, townhome-style apartment living in Johnstown, Colorado, convenient to both Loveland and Greeley. Springs at 2534 offers the community amenities and luxury apartment features you desire most. Our Studio, 1, 2 & 3 bedroom townhome-style apartments include hardwood-style flooring, custom cabinetry, granite countertops, stainless-steel appliances, and in-home washers and dryers. All of the features you’d choose for yourself come standard at Springs at 2534. Amenities like our swimming pool, grilling stations, clubhouse, and fitness center make our community a dynamic and relaxing home base.
https:// www.springsapartments.com/ apartments/co/johnstown/ springs-at-2534/ ?fbclid=IwAR3SJMKPMo24ME1MH ZvPojeGUuYgBG_h7Wk2uC6ntHh b_v_7vh63AFZredM

Restoration Church: 

We are a new church coming to NoCo starting weekly services beginning in January 2019. Our mission is to restore hope, strength, and purpose through the gospel of Jesus. God has given us a vision for seeing lives restored, young leaders raised and released, and the church re-engage its community in meaningful ways. Our dream is to see churches planted all across the Colorado Front Range, not as empires for the found, but as outposts for the lost. We are for genuine relationships without prerequisite, sharing life regardless of how ugly it becomes, and giving fearlessly our time, talent, and treasure."
https://www.facebook.com/ restorationchurchnoco/.

Front Range Fire Rescue:

"We have been steadily progressing with the times, all the while staying true to our roots. Johnstown is still located in the heart of the northern front range, in a scenic farm valley. Milliken is still the vibrant and friendly town located at the confluence of the Big Thompson and South Platte rivers in what is a true rural Colorado setting. Today, Johnstown and Milliken provide the perfect balance of history, heritage, and progression. The towns are filled with stories of old, archaeological and historical artifacts, and modern works of art.

The towns are roughly 40 miles north of Denver and sit at an elevation of approximately 4,800 ft. Johnstown had a population of nearly 10,000 at the 2010 United States Census and the town of Milliken came in just under 10,000. Those numbers have increased steadily since 2010, as residential structures are being built faster than ever. The communities are diverse and proud, with a mix of people of all ages, and from all walks of life. The majority of residents in the two towns fall within Weld County School District RE-5J, though some of the northwest part of Johnstown falls within Thompson R2-J School District. There are several well-respected schools in both towns including: Pioneer Ridge Elementary, and Roosevelt High School, Knowledge Quest Academy, and Milliken Middle School."

https:// frontrangefirerescue.co/


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