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11/21/17
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11/21/17
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!

November 21 is hosted at Peoples Bank.

more info...
11/22/17
Myofascial Release Self Care Workshop Series

Does pain, immobility, tightness or tension stop you from being as active as you used to be? Want to learn how to feel better and move easier with little to no equipment so you can get back to hiking....skiing....walking your dog...playing with your children....biking...running....etc?

This 4-class series will be on Wednesday mornings from 8-9:30 am on Nov 8, 15, 22 and 29th. Each class builds on the previous class, and essential oils will be infused throughout each class to help support your body. We will use a small inflatable ball, foam rollers, and other tools during class, which are provided. Class size is small so you will get the attention you need in this physical-therapist-led workshop series.

Cost is $97 for the series, which includes a small self-treatment ball that will be used during class.

If you're a current patient at The Healing Spot Physical Therapy, this is a great way to learn some more tools to treat yourself and complement the one-on-one care you're receiving. If you're new to Myofascial Release, no worries...you will learn everything you need to start feeling better again!

more info...
11/22/17
Howie at the Woodland Country Lodge

​   Happy Wednesday Woodland Park.  Tonight's local entertainer at the Woodland Country Lodge is Howie. 

​   Take a night off and relax before the big American holiday tomorrow!  Let us cook for you!  We have nightly specials that are just plain delicious!  Give us a try.  We hope to see you there.

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11/23/17
Thanksgiving Turkey Toss

Be a part of feeding our wolf, fox and coyote families.
Watch them enjoy their turkey dinner.

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11/23/17
Brent on Piano at the Woodland Country Lodge Pub

​   Happy Thanksgiving!  Tonight's local entertainer is Brent on piano.

​  Today the Woodland Country Lodge Pub will open at 11:00am.  We have a special Thanksgiving Dinner at the Pub.  Enjoy turkey, mashed or sweet potato, stuffing, green bean casserole and either apple or pumpkin pie for dessert all for $19.95!  And don't forget Happy Hour is from 3-5pm!  We hope to see you there!

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11/24/17
Angel of the Christmas Mine

The Butte Theater and Thin Air Theatre Company presents: A poignant Christmas tale, followed by a hilarious Christmas Olio.



A Cripple Creek favorite written by our favorite playwright Chris Sorensen! In the midst of a horrible mine collapse, three miners are trapped below ground. Separated from their families above, the miners manage to find solace and hope in the face of tragedy by sharing stories of Christmas. ANGEL OF THE CHRISTMAS MINE will be followed by an all new Christmas Olio full of singing, dancing and laughter guaranteed to fill you with Christmas spirit.

more info...
11/24/17
 -11/26/17
Holiday Headframe Lighting

The giant headframes that are the remains of 1890's gold mining days will again light up the night sky around Victor and Cripple Creek for the 20th consecutive holiday season. These unique mining structures are one-of-a-kind remnants of the gold rush era.

 

Holiday ornaments, some as large as 20 feet tall, will be lit against the starry night skies of the Victor and Cripple Creek starting Friday, Nov. 24.

 

A self-guided driving tour map will be available at area businesses, as well as the Cripple Creek Heritage Center and online at VictorColorado.com.  The lights will be best viewed after dark and will be in place Friday through Sunday nights through New Year’s Day, weather/safety and volunteers permitting. This year the lights on several of the headframes have been refurbished and do not miss the Silver Bells on the Strong Mine in Victor.

 

This holiday lighting tradition is 20 years old and is sponsored by Newmont Mining Corporation, on whose property most of the headframes are located. Volunteers from the communities staff the generators and line power connections each weekend. Other sponsors include an anonymous donor, Southern Teller County Focus Group, Cripple Creek Parks & Recreation, Two Mile High Mining LLC, City of Victor, and Cripple Creek District Museum. Support also comes from Black Hills Energy crews who help refurbish the lamps on the ornaments and donate power installations.

 

The Victor Lowell Thomas Museum and gift shop will be open for special holiday shopping hours, Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, weekends through December from 10-5 weather allowing.

 

For the outdoors minded, the Vindicator Valley, Little Grouse, Independence Mill Site, Golden Circle, Gold Camp, Little Grouse, and Battle Mountain Trails are open all winter. Come prepared to hike or bike in sunny mountain weather. If there is enough snow, the trails are open to cross country skiing and snowshoeing.

 

More information is at VictorColorado.com.


more info...
11/25/17
Angel of the Christmas Mine

The Butte Theater and Thin Air Theatre Company presents: A poignant Christmas tale, followed by a hilarious Christmas Olio.



A Cripple Creek favorite written by our favorite playwright Chris Sorensen! In the midst of a horrible mine collapse, three miners are trapped below ground. Separated from their families above, the miners manage to find solace and hope in the face of tragedy by sharing stories of Christmas. ANGEL OF THE CHRISTMAS MINE will be followed by an all new Christmas Olio full of singing, dancing and laughter guaranteed to fill you with Christmas spirit.

more info...
11/25/17
Mountain Artists Holiday Show

Mountain Artists Holiday Show
​Ute Pass Cultural Center
​Saturday, November 25th
9 am -3 pm
Free Admission
Light Refreshments
​Art work for gifts or home
​Drawing every 1/2 hour for $10 coupon

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11/26/17
Angel of the Christmas Mine

The Butte Theater and Thin Air Theatre Company presents: A poignant Christmas tale, followed by a hilarious Christmas Olio.



A Cripple Creek favorite written by our favorite playwright Chris Sorensen! In the midst of a horrible mine collapse, three miners are trapped below ground. Separated from their families above, the miners manage to find solace and hope in the face of tragedy by sharing stories of Christmas. ANGEL OF THE CHRISTMAS MINE will be followed by an all new Christmas Olio full of singing, dancing and laughter guaranteed to fill you with Christmas spirit.

more info...
11/29/17
Angel of the Christmas Mine

The Butte Theater and Thin Air Theatre Company presents: A poignant Christmas tale, followed by a hilarious Christmas Olio.



A Cripple Creek favorite written by our favorite playwright Chris Sorensen! In the midst of a horrible mine collapse, three miners are trapped below ground. Separated from their families above, the miners manage to find solace and hope in the face of tragedy by sharing stories of Christmas. ANGEL OF THE CHRISTMAS MINE will be followed by an all new Christmas Olio full of singing, dancing and laughter guaranteed to fill you with Christmas spirit.

more info...
11/29/17
Myofascial Release Self Care Workshop Series

Does pain, immobility, tightness or tension stop you from being as active as you used to be? Want to learn how to feel better and move easier with little to no equipment so you can get back to hiking....skiing....walking your dog...playing with your children....biking...running....etc?

This 4-class series will be on Wednesday mornings from 8-9:30 am on Nov 8, 15, 22 and 29th. Each class builds on the previous class, and essential oils will be infused throughout each class to help support your body. We will use a small inflatable ball, foam rollers, and other tools during class, which are provided. Class size is small so you will get the attention you need in this physical-therapist-led workshop series.

Cost is $97 for the series, which includes a small self-treatment ball that will be used during class.

If you're a current patient at The Healing Spot Physical Therapy, this is a great way to learn some more tools to treat yourself and complement the one-on-one care you're receiving. If you're new to Myofascial Release, no worries...you will learn everything you need to start feeling better again!

more info...
11/30/17
Angel of the Christmas Mine

The Butte Theater and Thin Air Theatre Company presents: A poignant Christmas tale, followed by a hilarious Christmas Olio.



A Cripple Creek favorite written by our favorite playwright Chris Sorensen! In the midst of a horrible mine collapse, three miners are trapped below ground. Separated from their families above, the miners manage to find solace and hope in the face of tragedy by sharing stories of Christmas. ANGEL OF THE CHRISTMAS MINE will be followed by an all new Christmas Olio full of singing, dancing and laughter guaranteed to fill you with Christmas spirit.

more info...
11/30/17
Angel of the Christmas Mine

The Butte Theater and Thin Air Theatre Company presents: A poignant Christmas tale, followed by a hilarious Christmas Olio.



A Cripple Creek favorite written by our favorite playwright Chris Sorensen! In the midst of a horrible mine collapse, three miners are trapped below ground. Separated from their families above, the miners manage to find solace and hope in the face of tragedy by sharing stories of Christmas. ANGEL OF THE CHRISTMAS MINE will be followed by an all new Christmas Olio full of singing, dancing and laughter guaranteed to fill you with Christmas spirit.

more info...
12/01/17
Angel of the Christmas Mine

The Butte Theater and Thin Air Theatre Company presents: A poignant Christmas tale, followed by a hilarious Christmas Olio.



A Cripple Creek favorite written by our favorite playwright Chris Sorensen! In the midst of a horrible mine collapse, three miners are trapped below ground. Separated from their families above, the miners manage to find solace and hope in the face of tragedy by sharing stories of Christmas. ANGEL OF THE CHRISTMAS MINE will be followed by an all new Christmas Olio full of singing, dancing and laughter guaranteed to fill you with Christmas spirit.

more info...
12/01/17
BierWerks IndyGive! Happy Hour

Happy Hour at BierWerks!!
 
Help give back to your community and raise money for Community Partnership Family Resource Center.

Come to BierWerks from 4-7pm on Friday, December 1st and have Happy Hour with the CP team!

 

more info...
12/01/17
 -12/03/17
Holiday Headframe Lighting

The giant headframes that are the remains of 1890's gold mining days will again light up the night sky around Victor and Cripple Creek for the 20th consecutive holiday season. These unique mining structures are one-of-a-kind remnants of the gold rush era.

 

Holiday ornaments, some as large as 20 feet tall, will be lit against the starry night skies of the Victor and Cripple Creek starting Friday, Nov. 24.

 

A self-guided driving tour map will be available at area businesses, as well as the Cripple Creek Heritage Center and online at VictorColorado.com.  The lights will be best viewed after dark and will be in place Friday through Sunday nights through New Year’s Day, weather/safety and volunteers permitting. This year the lights on several of the headframes have been refurbished and do not miss the Silver Bells on the Strong Mine in Victor.

 

This holiday lighting tradition is 20 years old and is sponsored by Newmont Mining Corporation, on whose property most of the headframes are located. Volunteers from the communities staff the generators and line power connections each weekend. Other sponsors include an anonymous donor, Southern Teller County Focus Group, Cripple Creek Parks & Recreation, Two Mile High Mining LLC, City of Victor, and Cripple Creek District Museum. Support also comes from Black Hills Energy crews who help refurbish the lamps on the ornaments and donate power installations.

 

The Victor Lowell Thomas Museum and gift shop will be open for special holiday shopping hours, Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, weekends through December from 10-5 weather allowing.

 

For the outdoors minded, the Vindicator Valley, Little Grouse, Independence Mill Site, Golden Circle, Gold Camp, Little Grouse, and Battle Mountain Trails are open all winter. Come prepared to hike or bike in sunny mountain weather. If there is enough snow, the trails are open to cross country skiing and snowshoeing.

 

More information is at VictorColorado.com.


more info...
12/02/17
Angel of the Christmas Mine

The Butte Theater and Thin Air Theatre Company presents: A poignant Christmas tale, followed by a hilarious Christmas Olio.



A Cripple Creek favorite written by our favorite playwright Chris Sorensen! In the midst of a horrible mine collapse, three miners are trapped below ground. Separated from their families above, the miners manage to find solace and hope in the face of tragedy by sharing stories of Christmas. ANGEL OF THE CHRISTMAS MINE will be followed by an all new Christmas Olio full of singing, dancing and laughter guaranteed to fill you with Christmas spirit.

more info...
12/02/17
Breakfast with Santa

Join us for free breakfast and pictures with Santa Claus at the Ute Pass Cultural Center. Sponsored by the Ute Pass Kiwanis Club.

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12/02/17
 -12/03/17
Tweed's Holiday Home Tour

Join us for the annual Holiday Home Tour 'Sounds of the Seasons' in the beautiful Woodland Park area. Tour Woodland Park’s most beautiful homes, elegantly appointed for the holidays!
Sponsored by Tweed's Fine Furnishings.

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12/02/17
Mueller State Park Open House

Come out and join us for our annual Open House celebration.
Tour the cabins, enjoy light refreshments, hike our trails and stop by the Visitor Center.

**Same weekend as the Tweeds Holiday Home Tour**
The Mueller State Park cabins will be included in the Tour.
However, the facilities will be accessible as part of the Park's Open House -- no Tour tickets required, just pay the $7 Park entrance fee (per car) or show your Park Pass.
 

more info...
12/02/17
Lighter Side of Christmas Parade

The parade features themed-lighted floats and starts at 6 PM in downtown Woodland Park.

more info...
12/03/17
Angel of the Christmas Mine

The Butte Theater and Thin Air Theatre Company presents: A poignant Christmas tale, followed by a hilarious Christmas Olio.



A Cripple Creek favorite written by our favorite playwright Chris Sorensen! In the midst of a horrible mine collapse, three miners are trapped below ground. Separated from their families above, the miners manage to find solace and hope in the face of tragedy by sharing stories of Christmas. ANGEL OF THE CHRISTMAS MINE will be followed by an all new Christmas Olio full of singing, dancing and laughter guaranteed to fill you with Christmas spirit.

more info...
12/03/17
Mueller State Park Open House

Come out and join us for our annual Open House celebration.
Tour the cabins, enjoy light refreshments, hike our trails and stop by the Visitor Center.

**Same weekend as the Tweeds Holiday Home Tour**
The Mueller State Park cabins will be included in the Tour.
However, the facilities will be accessible as part of the Park's Open House -- no Tour tickets required, just pay the $7 Park entrance fee (per car) or show your Park Pass.
 

more info...
12/03/17
WP Wind Symphony Christmas Concert

Enjoy the music of Christmas with the Woodland Park Wind Symphony at the beautiful Ute Pass Cultural Center Concert Hall.  Sunday, Dec. 3, 2017.  The concert is free, donations are welcome.

​6pm - wine/appetizers and music performed by small ensembles
7pm - concert.

​Visit www.woodlandparkwindsymphony.com
For more information, call Craig Harms, Director, 687-2210

more info...
12/07/17
Angel of the Christmas Mine

The Butte Theater and Thin Air Theatre Company presents: A poignant Christmas tale, followed by a hilarious Christmas Olio.



A Cripple Creek favorite written by our favorite playwright Chris Sorensen! In the midst of a horrible mine collapse, three miners are trapped below ground. Separated from their families above, the miners manage to find solace and hope in the face of tragedy by sharing stories of Christmas. ANGEL OF THE CHRISTMAS MINE will be followed by an all new Christmas Olio full of singing, dancing and laughter guaranteed to fill you with Christmas spirit.

more info...
12/07/17
Christmas Around the World

Annual Christmas in the Gold Camps in Cripple Creek & Victor.  This is a "free" family event.

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12/07/17
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. December 7:  Testing for Mold and Mitigation presented by Garry Rollins with 1-800 Water Damage

Remodeling, renovation and restoration of property, both commercial and residential, can be hazardous if mold, asbestos or lead paint are present. Learn from a panel of experts about when and how to test for these issues as well as the potential health issues, abatement procedures and applicable state and federal regulations.  A must attend for folks in the fields of real estate, property management, construction, restoration as well as anyone who is planning a renovation or is considering purchasing damaged property.

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12/07/17
Prospect's Annual "Lights of Love"

Prospect Home Care & Hospice "Lights of Love"
Dec. 7th at 6:00 p.m.

 
Once a year, on the first Thursday in December, we pause to celebrate life and the love shared as we light our Lights of Love.  It is a warm and wonderful community event where we take time to remember loved ones we have lost yet hold dear in our hearts.  This is also an opportunity to honor special friends, relatives and even pets that we feel fortunate to have in our lives.
In early November, the celebration begins with our fund raising campaign.  Each year an attractive Christmas tree oranament and and a symbolic light are available for purchase, to support our mission. 
We gather to listen to an entertainment program featuring an music, entertainment and song.  Music soothes the soul and we bask in the energy and life we all maintain. 

 
Please joins us.  It is a delight to see you and thank you for letting us be a part of your family.

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12/08/17
Angel of the Christmas Mine

The Butte Theater and Thin Air Theatre Company presents: A poignant Christmas tale, followed by a hilarious Christmas Olio.



A Cripple Creek favorite written by our favorite playwright Chris Sorensen! In the midst of a horrible mine collapse, three miners are trapped below ground. Separated from their families above, the miners manage to find solace and hope in the face of tragedy by sharing stories of Christmas. ANGEL OF THE CHRISTMAS MINE will be followed by an all new Christmas Olio full of singing, dancing and laughter guaranteed to fill you with Christmas spirit.

more info...
12/08/17
Christmas Around the World

Annual Christmas in the Gold Camps in Cripple Creek & Victor.  This is a "free" family event.

more info...
12/08/17
 -12/10/17
Holiday Headframe Lighting

The giant headframes that are the remains of 1890's gold mining days will again light up the night sky around Victor and Cripple Creek for the 20th consecutive holiday season. These unique mining structures are one-of-a-kind remnants of the gold rush era.

 

Holiday ornaments, some as large as 20 feet tall, will be lit against the starry night skies of the Victor and Cripple Creek starting Friday, Nov. 24.

 

A self-guided driving tour map will be available at area businesses, as well as the Cripple Creek Heritage Center and online at VictorColorado.com.  The lights will be best viewed after dark and will be in place Friday through Sunday nights through New Year’s Day, weather/safety and volunteers permitting. This year the lights on several of the headframes have been refurbished and do not miss the Silver Bells on the Strong Mine in Victor.

 

This holiday lighting tradition is 20 years old and is sponsored by Newmont Mining Corporation, on whose property most of the headframes are located. Volunteers from the communities staff the generators and line power connections each weekend. Other sponsors include an anonymous donor, Southern Teller County Focus Group, Cripple Creek Parks & Recreation, Two Mile High Mining LLC, City of Victor, and Cripple Creek District Museum. Support also comes from Black Hills Energy crews who help refurbish the lamps on the ornaments and donate power installations.

 

The Victor Lowell Thomas Museum and gift shop will be open for special holiday shopping hours, Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, weekends through December from 10-5 weather allowing.

 

For the outdoors minded, the Vindicator Valley, Little Grouse, Independence Mill Site, Golden Circle, Gold Camp, Little Grouse, and Battle Mountain Trails are open all winter. Come prepared to hike or bike in sunny mountain weather. If there is enough snow, the trails are open to cross country skiing and snowshoeing.

 

More information is at VictorColorado.com.


more info...
12/08/17
Italian Dinner and Auction Fundraising Night

The Teller Senior Coalition is hosting an Italian Dinner and Auction Fundraiser on December 8th at the Shining Mountain Golf Course, from 6-8pm. We have several amazing items available for silent auction as well live auction event!  Come be a part of the fun and support our local community, where all funds raised stay in our community for services for seniors!


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12/08/17
The Heart of Christmas

The Heart of Christmas, a musical, transports you back through time, as one family discovers how the simple act of receiving a gift can change their lives forever. This beautiful story is interwoven with classic Christmas carols and seasonal songs and will let families experience the true heart of Christmas.

more info...
12/09/17
Angel of the Christmas Mine

The Butte Theater and Thin Air Theatre Company presents: A poignant Christmas tale, followed by a hilarious Christmas Olio.



A Cripple Creek favorite written by our favorite playwright Chris Sorensen! In the midst of a horrible mine collapse, three miners are trapped below ground. Separated from their families above, the miners manage to find solace and hope in the face of tragedy by sharing stories of Christmas. ANGEL OF THE CHRISTMAS MINE will be followed by an all new Christmas Olio full of singing, dancing and laughter guaranteed to fill you with Christmas spirit.

more info...
12/09/17
Christmas Around the World

Annual Christmas in the Gold Camps in Cripple Creek & Victor.  This is a "free" family event.

more info...
12/09/17
Star Wars Fun at the DRC

A long time ago in a galaxy far away. Science Matters learned the Force behind the science of Star Wars. This program follows Luke Skywalker, Princess Leah, and all their galactic counterparts through the Star Wars movies. It includes a foggy dry ice beginning, flash and fire, flying rings of air, and much, much more! You will also get to make a craft to take home. So, come on up and for some Star Wars fun!

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12/09/17
The Heart of Christmas

The Heart of Christmas, a musical, transports you back through time, as one family discovers how the simple act of receiving a gift can change their lives forever. This beautiful story is interwoven with classic Christmas carols and seasonal songs and will let families experience the true heart of Christmas.

more info...
12/10/17
Angel of the Christmas Mine

The Butte Theater and Thin Air Theatre Company presents: A poignant Christmas tale, followed by a hilarious Christmas Olio.



A Cripple Creek favorite written by our favorite playwright Chris Sorensen! In the midst of a horrible mine collapse, three miners are trapped below ground. Separated from their families above, the miners manage to find solace and hope in the face of tragedy by sharing stories of Christmas. ANGEL OF THE CHRISTMAS MINE will be followed by an all new Christmas Olio full of singing, dancing and laughter guaranteed to fill you with Christmas spirit.

more info...
12/10/17
The Heart of Christmas

The Heart of Christmas, a musical, transports you back through time, as one family discovers how the simple act of receiving a gift can change their lives forever. This beautiful story is interwoven with classic Christmas carols and seasonal songs and will let families experience the true heart of Christmas.

more info...
12/12/17
Chamber Business After Hours - 2nd Tuesday! NEW LOCATION

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!

December 12* is hosted at Edgewood Inn.
*Note:  This Business After Hours is the SECOND Tuesday of the month.

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12/14/17
Angel of the Christmas Mine

The Butte Theater and Thin Air Theatre Company presents: A poignant Christmas tale, followed by a hilarious Christmas Olio.



A Cripple Creek favorite written by our favorite playwright Chris Sorensen! In the midst of a horrible mine collapse, three miners are trapped below ground. Separated from their families above, the miners manage to find solace and hope in the face of tragedy by sharing stories of Christmas. ANGEL OF THE CHRISTMAS MINE will be followed by an all new Christmas Olio full of singing, dancing and laughter guaranteed to fill you with Christmas spirit.

more info...
12/15/17
Angel of the Christmas Mine

The Butte Theater and Thin Air Theatre Company presents: A poignant Christmas tale, followed by a hilarious Christmas Olio.



A Cripple Creek favorite written by our favorite playwright Chris Sorensen! In the midst of a horrible mine collapse, three miners are trapped below ground. Separated from their families above, the miners manage to find solace and hope in the face of tragedy by sharing stories of Christmas. ANGEL OF THE CHRISTMAS MINE will be followed by an all new Christmas Olio full of singing, dancing and laughter guaranteed to fill you with Christmas spirit.

more info...
12/15/17
 -12/17/17
Holiday Headframe Lighting

The giant headframes that are the remains of 1890's gold mining days will again light up the night sky around Victor and Cripple Creek for the 20th consecutive holiday season. These unique mining structures are one-of-a-kind remnants of the gold rush era.

 

Holiday ornaments, some as large as 20 feet tall, will be lit against the starry night skies of the Victor and Cripple Creek starting Friday, Nov. 24.

 

A self-guided driving tour map will be available at area businesses, as well as the Cripple Creek Heritage Center and online at VictorColorado.com.  The lights will be best viewed after dark and will be in place Friday through Sunday nights through New Year’s Day, weather/safety and volunteers permitting. This year the lights on several of the headframes have been refurbished and do not miss the Silver Bells on the Strong Mine in Victor.

 

This holiday lighting tradition is 20 years old and is sponsored by Newmont Mining Corporation, on whose property most of the headframes are located. Volunteers from the communities staff the generators and line power connections each weekend. Other sponsors include an anonymous donor, Southern Teller County Focus Group, Cripple Creek Parks & Recreation, Two Mile High Mining LLC, City of Victor, and Cripple Creek District Museum. Support also comes from Black Hills Energy crews who help refurbish the lamps on the ornaments and donate power installations.

 

The Victor Lowell Thomas Museum and gift shop will be open for special holiday shopping hours, Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, weekends through December from 10-5 weather allowing.

 

For the outdoors minded, the Vindicator Valley, Little Grouse, Independence Mill Site, Golden Circle, Gold Camp, Little Grouse, and Battle Mountain Trails are open all winter. Come prepared to hike or bike in sunny mountain weather. If there is enough snow, the trails are open to cross country skiing and snowshoeing.

 

More information is at VictorColorado.com.


more info...
12/16/17
Angel of the Christmas Mine

The Butte Theater and Thin Air Theatre Company presents: A poignant Christmas tale, followed by a hilarious Christmas Olio.



A Cripple Creek favorite written by our favorite playwright Chris Sorensen! In the midst of a horrible mine collapse, three miners are trapped below ground. Separated from their families above, the miners manage to find solace and hope in the face of tragedy by sharing stories of Christmas. ANGEL OF THE CHRISTMAS MINE will be followed by an all new Christmas Olio full of singing, dancing and laughter guaranteed to fill you with Christmas spirit.

more info...
12/17/17
Angel of the Christmas Mine

The Butte Theater and Thin Air Theatre Company presents: A poignant Christmas tale, followed by a hilarious Christmas Olio.



A Cripple Creek favorite written by our favorite playwright Chris Sorensen! In the midst of a horrible mine collapse, three miners are trapped below ground. Separated from their families above, the miners manage to find solace and hope in the face of tragedy by sharing stories of Christmas. ANGEL OF THE CHRISTMAS MINE will be followed by an all new Christmas Olio full of singing, dancing and laughter guaranteed to fill you with Christmas spirit.

more info...
12/17/17
2017 Song Spinner Christmas Show

DayBreak, an adult day program in Woodland Park, is sponsoring its 1st Annual Holiday Event featuring the 2017 Song Spinner Christmas Show on Sunday, Dec. 17, from 1-2:30 p.m at the Ute Pass Cultural Center. The Daybreak Intergenerational Hand Bell Choir performance, featuring Ms. Martin's 1st-graders from Gateway Elementary, begins at 1 p.m. The Song Spinners take the stage at 1:30. General admission for the event is $5 per person, $15 per family. Tickets are on sale at DayBreak, located at 404 N. Hwy. 67, on a first-come first-serve basis. Homemade holiday treats and cider will be served. For more information, please contact Paula Levy at paula@daybreakadp.com; or call (719) 687-3000.

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12/17/17
A Snazzy-Jazzy Christmas Concert with SwingFactory

Enjoy an evening of snazzy-jazzy interpretations of Christmas music, featuring carols recorded by Stan Kenton and his Neophonic Orchestra.  Visit beautiful Woodland Park, have dinner with friends and meet at the Ute Pass Cultural Center after for a musical treat.
 
For further information, contact Director Craig Harms at Creative Consultation Services, 719-687-2210 and visit   www.woodlandparkwindsymphony.com

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