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02/16/17
 -04/13/17
Free Income Tax Preparation by IRS Certified Volun

VITA (Volunteer Income Tax Assistance) is an IRS-sponsored programs operated by local IRS trained and certified volunteers to provide FREE, CONFIDENTIAL and SECURE preparation and e-filing of Federal and State income taxes for taxpayers who qualify.

For the 2016 tax year (filed in 2017), this service is available for basic returns with gross income up to $55,000. 

Our first tax preparation site day is Thursday, February 2, 2017. We are open only on Thursdays in the afternoons in Woodland Park.

For Cripple Creek ... only two Saturdays will be scheduled ... in the mornings ... these quickly fill up.

For more information or to make an appointment send an email to: VolunteerIncomeTaxAssist.VITA@gmail.com
or call 719-229-9868. 
Please leave your name, phone number and your preferred date and location with your email message or voice mail message.


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03/30/17
Tricia Parish

Happy Thursday Woodland Park!  Come out tonight to the Country Lodge Pub for Tricia Parish, who is an accomplished vocalist and guitarist.  Tricia is sure to sooth your soul!
We hope to see you there!

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03/31/17
Cary Carpenter at the Country Lodge Pub

Happy Friday Woodland Park!  End your work week with us at the Country Lodge Pub.  Enjoy a delicious meal prepared by our chefs while listening to our local entertainer, Cary Carpenter.  Haven't heard Cary yet?  Well tonight's the night!  We hope to see you there!
​Want to unwind a little early?  Come between 3-5pm and enjoy $1.00 off all beer, wine and well drinks during Happy Hour.  It's sure to be a great evening.
 

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04/01/17
Trash Land

Performance by Denise Gard and her dogs Sienna and Joey. Sienna and Joey’s favorite toy has been thrown away and they are certain that a monster dwells inside the trash can where it is. Will they be able to rescue it or will it end up in scary “trash land”? Can it be recycled? So many questions! Come join us and see how Denise trains her dogs in this interactive and engaging program, and create your own “recycled” masterpiece to take home with you. 

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04/01/17
Easter at the Grange

Easter is just around the corner.  Don't miss the Easter Bunny at the Florissant Grange, April 1st from 1 to 3.  Easter Egg hunt, crafts, games and goodies for all the kiddos.  Free photos with the Easter Bunny.  call 719-748-5004 with questions.

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04/01/17
Karaoke

Happy Saturday!  Tonight's local entertainer is YOU!  It's Karaoke at the Country Lodge Pub and we are excited to hear you sing your favorite songs.  And you can win a Country Lodge Pub Gift Certificate too!  Everytime you sing, your name is put in a hat and there is a lucky winner at the end of the evening.  So come out and enjoy the evening with us. 

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04/04/17
Woodland Park Public Library Book Club

Reading - Circling the Sun by Paula McLain

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04/05/17
Oakley

Happy Wednesday Woodland Park!  Join us at the Country Lodge Pub tonight with Oakley who has a witty blend of guitar, vocals and fun!  This is a great way to break up the work week.
​Come early for Happy Hour, 3-5pm, and receive $1.00 off all beer, wine and well drinks.
​We hope to see you there!

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04/06/17
Chamber Lunch and Learn

Please join us for our Chamber Lunch and Learn Series. Add a tool each month to your "Business Thriving Tool Kit". Lunch is provided. April 6: "Stronger Employees - A Boost for Your Company" presented by Dr. Tom Krannawitter.

Join us as Dr. Krannawitter shares the key ideas and behind the scenes strategies of the Upward employee training program released by Speakeasy Ideas.

Learn innovative, simple, and effective ways to turn employee attitudes, ever so gently, away from feelings of entitlement, and in the direction of appreciating the opportunity to earn more by creating more value for others at your business. 

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04/06/17
Cari Dell

Happy Thursday!  Tonight's local entertainer is Cari Dell, who will surely entertain you with her guitar.  Come early for Happy Hour, 3-5pm, for $1.00 off all beer, wine and well drinks.
We hope to see you there!

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04/07/17
Mark Edens

Hooray!  It's Friday!  End your work week with us at the Country Lodge Pub.  Tonight we have Mark Edens who has a delightful, up-beat blend of country, blues and rock on acoustic guitar. You will be entertained!

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04/07/17
Art Auction Craft Beer & Wine Tasting

Keg & Cork Craft Beer & Wine Tasting and Art Auction
April 7 from 6 to 9p
​Ute Pass Cultural Center


Over 50 wines and beer (many from Colorado including Paradox), silent art auction, music, dance, live artists painting, local food, fruit mashup bar, nonalcoholic beverages, gift baskets, door prizes and more!

​All proceeds benefit the public arts in Woodland Park

​Sponsored by Woodland Park Arts Alliance and Banana Belt Liquors

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04/13/17
Chamber Spring Business Expo

To reserve your Vendor Booth for the 2017 Spring Expo, please click on the "Register for Event" button below.  You can secure your booth and electricity if needed.

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04/17/17
Pikes Peak Lions Donkey Basketball Game

The Woodland Park Pikes Peak Lions Annual Donkey Basketball Game and Silent Auction.

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04/18/17
Chamber Business After Hours

Chamber Business After Hours is Teller County's largest networking event.  All Greater Woodland Park Chamber of Commerce members are encouraged to attend.  Take advantage of this opportunity to network and catch up with your friends, clients and customers plus meet new members in an informal setting.  Business After Hours is a great way to share information about your business and learn about other members. Fun, food, drinks and door prizes.  
Don't forget your business cards!

April 18 is hosted at Woodland Professional Building.

 

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04/22/17
KIDSFEST

KIDSFEST - The Resource Exchange’s 18th Annual Children's Festival will be held at the Ute Pass Cultural Center (UPCC) in Woodland Park on Saturday, April 22, from 9am to Noon. There is so much to see and do at this early childhood festival! Visit the game area with prizes, bounce house, the discovery zone and hands-on activity booths represented by our early childhood community leaders. Come see what programs and services are available for early childhood (Birth-5yrs) in our community. 
FREE Admission. For more info: www.tre.org 
Sponsored by: Peak Children’s Academy, Park State Bank & Trust, North Teller Build a Generation, Teller/Park Early Childhood Council, & Teller County Public Health
Kidsfest Early Childhood Festival

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04/22/17
Teacher Appreciation Day

Take a free guided tour with proof of current teaching status. Call Geri (x110) for details and to schedule a tour time. Sign up for a teacher’s special 20% discounted yearly membership for you on a single, dual or family membership.

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04/23/17
The Life of Henry Hoder & the Wildhorn Dude Ranch

The Life & Times of Henry Hoder and the Wildhorn Dude Ranch
 
The Wildhorn Dude Ranch, located north of Florissant, Colorado, has a history as rich and colorful as the country surrounding it. The Ranch was purchased by the Hoder Family in the 1920's. The Wildhorn Dude Ranch has seen everything from cowboys when it was a working cattle ranch to moonshiners and mafia shootouts during the Prohibition Era to a variety of celebrities when it was a dude ranch. Steve Plutt, local historian, will present an interesting program on this piece of Teller County history at the Pikes Peak Historical Society’s April Chautauqua.
 
Steve knew Henry Hoder while Henry was alive and a lot of the information presented in his program comes first hand - information about events and people involved in the rich and lively history of the Wildhorn Dude Ranch. Steve Plutt has long lived in the shadow of Pikes Peak, having grown up ​​in the Woodland Park ​area. Steve now resides near Lake George.​
 
The Pikes Peak Historical Society invites you to learn more about Henry Hoder and the Wildhorn Dude Ranch at their monthly Chautauqua (free program) on Sunday, April 23rd,   at 2:00 pm at the Florissant Library.  The Library is located adjacent to the Florissant Community Park on 334 Circle Drive in Florissant.  This program is presented as a public service of the Pikes Peak Historical Society. Admission is free and refreshments are served.  No reservation is required but arrive early, seating is limited. For more information call 719-748-8259 or 719-748-3861.

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04/24/17
 -05/12/17
Annual Johnny Jump Up Plant Sale

Prospect Home Care & Hospice Annual Johnny Jump Up Plant Sale
 
Through your support of our Johnny Jump Plant sale, Prospect Home Care & Hospice is able to provide quality of life with Hospice Care, quality medical treatment with Home Care and independence and safety to our Helping Hands clients.  Your $10.00 donation for each pot allows us to continue to provide the highest quality services to the Ute Pass Region and buys beautiful Johnny Jump Ups.  Plants may be ordered April 25 - May 12 at many local businesses.  Payment is made at the time of orer with Johnny JumpUp plants available for pickup May 16 at your purchase location.  You may also place an order at the Prospect office 16222 w. Hwy 24, Ste 12 or call 687.0549 for information or purchase locations.

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04/27/17
 -04/29/17
Munchkin Market, Semi-Annual Kid's Consignment Sal

Munchkin Market is a HUGE consignment sale of gently used children’s items.
We sell the following types of items: Clothing (sizes 0-junior 16), shoes (infant to juniors), all types of baby gear, strollers, car seats, high chairs, cribs, outdoor play equipment, toys, media, health and safety, accessories, maternity, bedding and more!
A portion of the proceeds from the sale help fund our MOPS program in Woodland Park!
We accept CASH, CHECK AND CREDIT CARDS!
     
Registrater to consign for the Spring 2017 Sale at http://www.utepassmops.org/consignors.html

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04/29/17
Basic Field Methods in Paleontology

Steve Veatch’s course is about the goal of collecting a fossil is to obtain a stable specimen with the greatest amount of information preserved along with it. Class is from 9:30am-12:00pm. Pre-registration is required, maximum of 14 students ages 12 to adult. Call Deb at 719-686-1820 x104. Class fee is $20.00 plus museum admission of $11.50 per person. Students are required to bring a pen, notebook and clip board. See our website for more in-depth details.

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