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Upcoming Events

Social Roulette

September 19th, 2018 5:30pm-7:00pm at Ace Gillett's

We are so excited to announce the third Social Roulette Event! Social Roulette is a fresh approach to meeting great people and giving back. We have a method that is playful and structured and enables our guests to interact with almost everyone in the room. By rotating to several assigned tables, guests will be guided through a collective adventure of cocktails, appetizers, and quality conversation. Social Roulette will guarantee that guests will meet at least 18 new people by the end of the night. This event is designed to attract like-minded, dynamic business professionals that want to improve our community and come together. For our third Social Roulette, we are raising money for Realities for Children, and incredible organization that works to help neglected and abused children in the area. The ticket link is coming soon, and we hope to see you all there! 

Do you have something you want to share? 

Hive Theory is proud to create an event where you can feel comfortable sharing whatever you want. These events will be called Raw Honey Talks. We have one of these talks coming up in September and the topic will be mental health in business/school. If this is something that you would be interested in being a part of, please email Emma at emma.hivetheoryco@gmail.com and give your story pitch. 

Past Events

social Roulette 

April 18th, 2018 at Ace Gillett's

We were so honored to put on the second Social Roulette event with Blue Harvest Apparel and Ace Gillett's. This time we worked to raise money for The Matthews House, which is an incredible local nonprofit that works to stop the cycle of poverty and to help families and youths that are in the foster system. The community is so lucky to have this organization. Like the first event, this Social Roulette worked to help attendees break out of their comfort zone and make authentic connections with new people. By having all of the guests rotate to new tables each round, we made sure that everyone met new people, and the roulette wheels on the table kept the conversation spinning. The event could not have happened without the help of our amazing sponsors: Mystique Lingerie, Zebra Jellyfish Photography, The Acupuncture Clinic of Fort Collins, Sara Leger Experiences, Blue Harvest Apparel, Edge Optics, Wink Lash Lounge, St Peter's Fly Shop, Under Pressure Therapeutics, June Poppies, Emily Rose Floral Designs, Picking Daisies Photography, Making The Look, and Lori with Stella and Dot. We can't wait for the next one! 

Photos Courtesy of Picking Daisies Photography

Elevated Eats Dinner

March 21st, 2018 at The Gold Leaf Collective

Hive Theory was honored to be able to create a history in Fort Collins by hosting an Elevated Eats dinner. We were lucky to collaborate with Taylor Smith, Chef and Owner at The Gold Leaf Collective, who curated a custom vegan menu especially for the evening. A representative from Trees Water People was in attendance to educate attendees about what the organization does to make a massive impact in the world. If you would like to learn more about what this event was all about, or you would like to be on the list for the next one, please email emma.hivetheoryco@gmail.com to get more information. 

Photo credits to Max Poling from Infinite Wellness iwc8.com 

foco family night 

February 26th, 2018 at MidiCi Neapolitan Pizza

FoCo Family Night was a night celebrating family and friends with games, activities, and pizza! Hive Theory was lucky to host this event at the delicious new pizza restaurant MidiCi. Families were able to enjoy delicious food and wine while playing a ton of board games that were kindly donated by Clothes Pony and Dandelion Toys. Children were then urged to join the lovely ladies from Arts and Imagination Preschool in creating peace flags. We were so happy to be able to showcase the incredible nonprofit organization The Matthews House and all of the hard work they do for our community. 

Social roulette

January 17th, 2018 at Social

The first of a new phase of networking events created by Hive Theory and Blue Harvest Apparel, Social Roulette was an evening of cause based networking. Attendees were given 4 table assignments that they rotated to throughout the night, forcing them to meet new people and make new and meaningful connections. There were specialty coctails from Social and Suerte Tequila, cupcakes from June Poppies, and lots of fun to be had! Hive Theory wants to help everyone in our community make meaningful connections in order to build their hive and help the community grow. Partial proceeds from this event are going to Sproutin' Up, a nonprofit that makes sure underprivileged families and children in the community know the importance of eating healthily and sustainably.  

Christmas karaoke and ugly sweater fundraiser 

December 11th, 2017 at Tony's Bar

To ramp up the holiday season Hive Theory in collaboration with Edge Optics hosted a Christmas Karaoke and Ugly Sweater Contest at Tony's Bar to raise money for an amazing local family. Aubrie and Ben Fletcher are a wonderful couple that decided to adopt a beautiful baby from New Guinea, Africa. After they were approved on their adoption, they found out that they were pregnant! To help defray the costs of two babies at once, Hive Theory collected donations for a raffle from many amazing businesses around the community. The support for this couple and cause was overwhelming, and it made for a fun and festive evening. 

Bare necessities

November 3oth, 2017 at Edge Optics

Bare Necessities was a happy hour hosted by Hive Theory, Edge Optics, and The Northern Colorado Chapter of the American Marketing Association (AMA) to raise money, socks, and underwear for Homeless Gear. Socks and underwear are the most needed items for collection for the homeless population in Fort Collins. This event had a spiked hot cocoa bar, popcorn from Rebel Popcorn, snacks from Café Vino, beer from Rally King and Zwei Brewing, and cupcakes from June Poppies. Attendees were able to network with likeminded individuals, feast on some yummy snacks, and make a difference in their community. 

lights out 

September 21st 2017 at Locality Kitchen and Bar

Lights Out was a dining in the dark experience designed to elevate your sense of taste, smell, touch and hearing. Shutting off one sense allows the other four to become heightened. Guests were blindfolded and guided to their table by Ensight Skills Center patients. Besides the delectable dinner, there was a silent auction filled with goodies from local businesses, as well as mixing and mingling. A large portion of proceeds went to Ensight Skills Center, which helps those with blindness or sight problems in the community. 

henna and hops 

April 30th, 2017 at Rally King Brewing

Henna and Hops was an event celebrating beer, henna, community, and the amazing organization Crossroads Safehouse. Guests were given a flight of Rally King beer, a custom henna design of their choice, and the ability to win a gift basket filled to the brim with goodies from local women owned businesses. There were also the educational opportunities of taking a tour of the brewing facilities, and learning how to create and execute henna design. 

headshots for a cause 

March 21st, 2017 at Edge Optics

A partnership with the amazing photographers Shaye Fitzgerald (PhoCo) and Clancey Woodlee (Clancey James Creative) to take new professional headshots. Guests were able to choose 2 photos from their shoot, with the ability to watch live music and art and enjoy drinks from Rally King Brewing and cupcakes from June Poppies. A large portion of the proceeds went to supporting Mountain Crest Behavioral Center, which supports mental health in the community. 

sweet self defense 

March 10th, 2017 at Edge Optics

A collaboration with Total Ryu Martial Arts to network and freshen up self-defense skills. There was a short lesson of the basic self-defense skills, as well as a speaker on the importance of learning self defense. Food, drinks, and a raffle made the evening fun as well as educational, and proceeds went to supporting victims of domestic abuse.