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12/10/19
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01/09/20
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06/04/20
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Events in the month of June 2018
DateEvent
06/01/18
HIKE: Calypso Orchids

Meet at the Visitor Center

On this easy 1.5 mile hike, join Naturalist Jim to look for one of the most beautiful flowers in the park.  They only bloom for about a week!
 


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06/01/18
Introduction to Snapchat

Learn How to use Snapchat, the mobile messaging app that allows users to capture videos and pictures that self-destruct after 24 hours.

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06/01/18
TOUCH TABLE: Meet a Tiger Salamander

At the Visitor Center

Join Naturalist Erin to meet Colorado’s only salamander species and our State Amphibian!  Discover what they eat and how they live.  

 

 


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06/01/18
Live Music with Brandon Henderson

Brandon Henderson will be performing live at the Bella Vista Restaurant and Bar at Shining Mountain in Woodland Park from 6-9:00pm. Enjoy the music of this talented artist as you dine on dinner and drink specials from the restaurant. The kitchen will be serving specials and old favorites like the classic fish fry - now a permanent part of the new summer seasonal menu! Go to https://www.facebook.com/BrandonHendersonMusic to preview some of his newest music. Call 719-687-7587 for reservations or go online to www.shiningmountaingolf.com/reservations.


 

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06/01/18
Jazz in June

Swing Factory featuring artist to be Announced
For tickets call 719.687.2210

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06/01/18
Jazz in June - A Tribute to the Sophisticated Ladies of Jazz

This Tribute to "Sophisticated Ladies of Jazz" features three ladies of jazz:  Catie Rogers, Trumpet, currently performing in New Orleans and Woodland Park High School graduate; Louise Wilson, Trombone, performing in Colorado, Chicago and Florida; Chelsea Martinez, Woodland Park High School Band Director, performing with several jazz and rock groups in Southern Colorado.  The tribute will feature "Blues in the Night," "Shiny Stockings," and "God Bless the Child."  Enjoy friends and cocktails at 6:30 and settle in for great jazz at 7:30.

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06/02/18
City Wide Garage Sale

This is the 18th year of our City-Wide Garage Sale which benefits the Woodland Park High School Key Club.
Each space is 2 individual parking spaces, individuals need to sign up at Alpine Firearms, located at 102 W. Midland Avenue, the cost per space is $18.00; checks need to be made out to the WPHS-Key Club. Set-up begins at 5 am until 7 am in the parking lot of the Woodland Park High School.  The sale actually goes from 7am to 2pm.

 

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06/02/18
HIKE: Elk Meadow to Murphy's Cut

Meet at Elk Meadow Trailhead

Join Naturalist Cindi on this 3.5-4 mile hike that will take you winding through forest and open meadows that showcase Raspberry Mountain, Pikes Peak and Sentinel Point. Travel to the cut made for the Midland Terminal Railroad tracks and loop back to see Peak View Pond.

 

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06/02/18
Family Dog Training

Build a lifelong, healthy and loving relationship with your dog through science based positive training methods. We will use highly motivating reinforcers which ensure compliance as well as fun with learning cues: loose leash walking, focus, wait, come, stay, sit, down, leave it. Please, no dogs at the first class. Supply list will be provided at the first; cost estimate $20-$50 depending on equipment choice.

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06/02/18
Teller County Sheriff's Office Annual Open House

The Sheriff and staff will be on hand to meet and chat with folks from throughout the community.   There will be FREE food, games, Vince and Larry the Crash Dummies, the E-911 Smoke trailer, TCSO Volunteer Posse, TCSO Search and Rescue and TCSO Reserves.

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06/02/18
 -07/07/18
Dog Training at TCRAS with Jill Haffley

Join Jill Haffley for Dog Training in the TCRAS parking lot every Saturday from 1 – 2 pm starting on June 2 and running for 6 weeks through July 7. Come ready to work and have fun!!!

Class Focus:

• Basic Commands

• Emphasis on Correcting Behavioral Issues

• How to Better Understand Your Dog

Requirements:

• Dogs must be a minimum of 4 months old and be current with vaccinations

• Class is limited to 15 spaces

• Discount available for TCRAS alumni


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06/02/18
Amphitheater: The History of Mueller

Meet at the Amphitheater

From Native Americans to today, learn about all of the people who lived off the land here and the events that led to Mueller becoming a State Park.  This event is led by Naturalist Erin.

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06/04/18
Youth Tennis Lessons

Summertime is tennis time in Woodland Park!  Come learn the game of tennis while making new friends on our beautiful outdoor courts.  You will learn basic strokes and skills through fun drills, demos and games.  All skills levels welcome.

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06/04/18
Body Sculpt

Improve muscle tone, increase core and muscular strength and enhance flexibility in this one hour total body workout. All fitness levels are welcome!

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06/04/18
WALK: Trees of Mueller / Wapiti Trail

Meet at the Visitor Center

Join Naturalist Erin for a short 0.8 mile walk to learn about the different trees at Mueller.  You can make a tree identification book and learn some interesting facts about trees.

 

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06/04/18
Namaste Yoga

Start your week off with a one-hour Yoga class, designed to improve strength, flexibility and stamina, while providing a sense of peace and balance. We will practice Hatha Yoga in a Vinyasa flow, connecting movement with our breath in a series of fluid poses. Please bring a yoga mat and water in a closed container and wear comfortable, flexible clothing.

more info...
06/05/18
Insanity Live

Experience cardio conditioning that will completely transform your body! Challenge yourself with jump training, bodyweight resistance, balance training, agility drills and core strengthening exercises. Every move has a modification so you can get a great workout at any fitness level.

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06/05/18
Ribbon Cutting Ceremony - Thrive Primary Care at Woodland Park


Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for

Thrive Primary Care at Woodland Park
Hosted by the Greater Woodland Park Chamber of Commerce 
Date            Tuesday, June 5, 2018
Time            1:00 p.m.
Location      509 South Scott, Suite 101
                    Woodland Park

Join us at a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for Thrive Primary Care at Woodland Park, a healthcare organization offering primary care to the area.

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06/05/18
Tae Kwon Do

Begin your martial arts journey with a single kick! Build confidence, gain self-control, be more focused, learn self-defense and have a ton of fun, all in an environment of courtesy and respect.

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06/06/18
Youth Tennis Lessons

Summertime is tennis time in Woodland Park!  Come learn the game of tennis while making new friends on our beautiful outdoor courts.  You will learn basic strokes and skills through fun drills, demos and games.  All skills levels welcome.

more info...
06/06/18
Balance Class

Improve your balance through four gentle movements in lying, sitting, and standing positions. Contact the instructor if you have difficulty being in a given position, or other need, so that he can help accommodate. Different lessons each week throughout the year.
Bring an exercise mat.

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06/06/18
Body Sculpt

Improve muscle tone, increase core and muscular strength and enhance flexibility in this one hour total body workout. All fitness levels are welcome!

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06/06/18
TOUCH TABLE: Horns and Antlers

Meet at the Visitor Center

Join Naturalist Cassie to see a variety of horns and antlers that came from animals in the Pikes Peak area. Find out who has horns and who has antlers. Feel how heavy they are!  Drop in!

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06/06/18
Oakley at the Woodland Country Lodge Pub

Happy Wednesday Woodland Park!  Tonight at the Woodland Country Lodge Pub is Oakley who is sure to entertain you with his witty blend of country, blues and rock on acoustic guitar!

Stop in early for Happy Hour, 3 - 5pm, and get $1.00 off all beer, wine and well drinks.  Stay for dinner and let us cook for you!  We hope to see you there!

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06/07/18
ECOLOGY HIKE

Meet at the Visitor Center

Join Naturalist Linda on this 0.8 mile loop to explore how the plants and animals live and prosper in this mountain environment.

 


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06/07/18
Dads and Dinos


Have some Father’s Day fun by bringing Dad to the Dinosaur Resource Center. Father's get in free with one paid adult or child admission.


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06/07/18
Stretch Class

Chiropractic Lead & Assisted Stretching Session. Learning how to stretch properly is crucial as stretching is one of the most important things we can do for our body. Stretching decreases physical and mental stress. It improves posture, flexibility and performance while decreasing the potential for pain and injury. This course is designed for all fitness levels. We will guide and assist you through a full body routine that will teach you how to stretch safely and effectively. Please bring a yoga mat.

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06/07/18
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 included.

Conquering QuickBooks
Presented by Samantha Kelley
Kelley & Chulick CPA

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06/07/18
Insanity Live

Experience cardio conditioning that will completely transform your body! Challenge yourself with jump training, bodyweight resistance, balance training, agility drills and core strengthening exercises. Every move has a modification so you can get a great workout at any fitness level.

more info...
06/07/18
Tae Kwon Do

Begin your martial arts journey with a single kick! Build confidence, gain self-control, be more focused, learn self-defense and have a ton of fun, all in an environment of courtesy and respect.

more info...
06/07/18
6 String Dave at the Woodland Country Lodge

Happy Thursday Woodland Park.  Join us tonight in the Woodland Country Lodge Pub for 6 String Dave who is sure to entertain you with his style of blues, rock and country on acoustic guitar.

Stop in early for Happy Hour, 3-5pm, and receive $1.00 off all beer, wine and well drinks.  Sit back and relax on our beautiful patio with a gorgeous view of Pikes Peak.  We hope to see you there!

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06/07/18
Amphitheater: History of Early Explorers & Military in the Pikes Peak Region

at Amphitheater

The Spanish from Mexico were among the earliest explorers in Colorado as they searched unsuccessfully for gold!  After the Louisiana Purchase, the US Army was sent to explore and map the new land.  Next came exploring mountain men and government mapping teams in search of a route to build the railroad to California.

Naturalist Paul is presenting this history series, a new one every Thursday night!  Dress warmly!

 

 


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06/08/18
Woodland Park Farmer's Market

Woodland Park's Award Winning Outdoor Summer Market for 2018 season will be held on Henrietta Ave located one block North of Highway 24 in Woodland Park.

Our Market features vegetables, breads, pies, pastries, jams, honey & pickles, salsas, pastas, birdseeds, birdhouses & toys, pet treats & miscellaneous items, natural meats, eggs, cheeses,  flowers and plants, a variety of hot foods & drinks and seasonal specials

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06/08/18
HIKE: Rock Pond

Meet at the Visitor Center patio

Join Naturalist Cindi on this 5-mile loop.  Highlights on this trail are two beautiful ponds, Rock and Geer and a narrow canyon with creeks and a waterfall.  We may even see some Calypso or Lady Slipper Orchids!  

This is a moderate to difficult hike due to hills.

 


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06/08/18
 -06/09/18
Book, Plant & Bake Sale

Friends of the Florissant Public Library Annual Book, Plant and Bake Sale

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06/08/18
HIKE: Cahill Cabin

Meet at Grouse Mountain Trailhead

Join Naturalists Jeremy and Sylvia on this historic 3-mile loop to the old Cahill Cabin and Pond.  

This hike is rated moderate for hills.

 


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06/08/18
ARCHERY FOR BEGINNERS

Meet at Dragonfly Pond

Archery is a fun and safe sport!  Join Naturalists Jeremy and Sylvia to learn how to hold a bow, nock an arrow, aim, shoot and more.  Ages 8 and up are welcome.

 


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06/08/18
Live Music with Jason Wulf

Enjoy an evening of live music with Jason Wulf while you dine on dinner and drink specials at the Bella Vista Restaurant. The kitchen will be serving specials and old favorites like the classic fish fry - now a permanent part of the new summer seasonal menu! Live music plays from 6-9:00pm. Located at 100 Shining Mountain Lane in Woodland Park - 18 minutes from Colorado Springs west on Hwy 24, then 2 miles north on Hwy 67 towards Deckers. For more information or to make a reservation, call 719-687-7587 or visit our website at www.shiningmountaingolf.com/restaurant.


 

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06/08/18
Movie Above the Clouds

Join the Woodland Park Roots Project for an evening of outdoor fun!
FREE EVENT starts at 6pm.
Family-friendly movie starts at 8:25pm (sunset)
Midland Pavillion, 210 E. Midland Ave, Woodland Park, CO 80863 (between UPCC and Library)

Free popcorn & drink during the movie, donations received.

We can’t say what movie we are playing due to licensing,… but we will always post an image on our announcements on the Woodland Park Roots Project Facebook page.

The movie will be moved indoors at the Ute Pass Cultural Center if it is raining during movie time.


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06/08/18
Oakley at the Woodland Country Lodge

Happy Friday Woodland Park!  Tonight at the Woodland Country Lodge Pub is Archtop Eddy who is sure to entertain you with his style of folk rock and blues!

Stop in early for Happy Hour and you'll get $1.00 off all beer, wine and well drinks.  Let us cook for you!  We have a new menu that is sure to please.  This is your weekend so sit back, relax and enjoy it.  We hope to see you there!

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06/08/18
Amphitheater: Animal Trivia

Meet at the Amphitheater

The old fashioned shaving brush came from which animal’s fur? Native Americans thought this animal’s tail was a delicacy to eat! Join Naturalists Jeremy and Sylvia for fun facts about the animals that live at Mueller State Park.  Dress warmly!


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06/09/18
Panther Football Club 4th Annual Golf Tournament

The Panther Football Club (PFC) 4th Annual Golf Tournament
Proceeds will go towards much needed safety equipment & coaches gear such as a new Ranger 5 man sled, Gilman Super Chute, Gilman Receiver Tripod & coaches head set for the High School Program.

 

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06/09/18
High Altitude Plant Sale

Coalition for the Upper South Platte Plant Sale

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06/09/18
Book, Plant & Bake Sale

Friends of the Florissant Public Library Annual Book, Plant and Bake Sale

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06/09/18
Pig Roast/Silent Auction

Annual pig roast and silent auction fund raiser for the American Legion - Silent Auction begins at 11 am to 2 pm and the pig roast is noon to 3 pm

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06/09/18
Sunnyside Cemetery Walking Tour

Step back in time and learn about Victor’s 1890’s cemetery, its resident politicians, and the history that brought them to the gold mining camp. These walking tours of the Sunnyside Cemetery are sponsored by the Victor Lowell Thomas Museum and will be held two Saturdays of each month from June 9 through the end of September as weather permits. Tour dates are June 9, 23, July 14, 28, Aug, 11, 25, Sept. 8, 22.

 

Local historian Veldean Myers and Alicia Petri will provide insights into the cemetery, its history and some of those who served in public offices. The event will be held at the Sunnyside Cemetery which is south of town on Seventh Street. Meet just outside the gate in Pauper’s Field by 11 a.m. Tickets can be purchased at the gate or at the museum at 298 Victor Ave.

 

All tickets are $10 per person. Proceeds benefit the museum’s building and restoration fund. Tickets can be purchased with cash at the tour gate or by cash or credit card at the museum, 298 Victor Ave.

 

Be sure to dress appropriately for mountain weather (which can include wind, cold temperatures, snow, and rain), wear good hiking shoes or boots, and bring water and sunscreen. There are no restroom facilities at the cemetery.


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06/09/18
Fly Fishing for Beginners

Meet at Dragonfly Pond Parking Lot

Join Naturalists Linda and Erin to learn the art of acting like an insect!  Fly fishing involves lures that look just like aquatic insects and the skill to make your lure act like one.  

 


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06/09/18
Astronomy and the Dark Skies of Florissant Fossil Beds

Join Professor Bruce Bookout (Pikes Peak Community College and co-host for the NPR radio show "Looking Up") and The Friends of the Florissant Fossil Beds on June 9th, for a classroom introduction to astronomy followed by night sky observations using telescopes provided by the Colorado Springs Astronomy Society. 

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06/09/18
WOODLAND MUSIC SERIES

Woodland Park Wind Symphony

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06/09/18
Woodland Park Wind Symphony -

This concert features the composition by Rod Harkins, "City Above the Clouds."  Mr. Harkins has encapsulated the history and beauty of the mountain town known as Woodland Park, Colorado and the Ute Pass Area.  He researched and visited the many historical places places of this area which were molded by the Native American, Spanish Conquistador and the gold miner.  The Woodland Park Wind Symphony is proud to perform this exciting multi-faceted musical selection which weaves the cultural diversity of the are augmented with video prepared by Craig Harms, Director.

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06/09/18
Amphitheater: Pony Express & Cattle Drivers

Meet at the Amphitheater

Come join Guest Speaker Ken Valles and hear the incredible story of the Pony Express, which includes Colorado Territory and doughnuts! The brief enterprise was adventurous, exciting, tasty and dangerous. Plus, re-live the early cattle drives, hear about the cowboys, the real and the reel.  

Weather-permitting, there will be photos, video, and a display of artifacts, replicas, and suggested books/videos.  

Dress warmly!


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06/09/18
Crazy Tony's Karaoke at the Woodland Country Lodge

Happy Saturday Woodland Park!  Tonight at the Woodland Country Lodge Pub is Crazy Tony's Karaoke!  Come out tonight for some real interactive entertainment.

Stop in early for Happy Hour and you'll get $1.00 off all beer, wine and well drinks.  Sit back and relax.  We are serving dinner and drinks on the patio.  We hope to see you there!

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06/10/18
HIKE: Geer Pond / Lost Pond

Meet at Lost Pond Trailhead

Watch for water loving wildlife such as beaver, muskrats and redwing blackbirds with Naturalist Erin.  This hike is 2.5 miles.

 


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06/10/18
HIKE: Elk Brain Teaser Hike

Meet at the Visitor Center

On this easy 1 mile guided-hike, join Naturalist Pat to solve a nature riddle about elk by finding and deciphering clues left along the trail. 

For adults and children ages 7 and up. 

 


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06/10/18
M Lazy C Ranch Chuckwagon Dinner

GIT OUTTA’ TOWN!  Join our wranglers and staff at the Historic M Lazy C Ranch for a hayride, campfire, and that famous star-studded Colorado sky, grill cooking and  western classics and new songs that will get your toes tapping and your legs dancing. Join us for the 2 step and waltz and a bit of line dancing.

Come eat and enjoy an evening of dinner and dance!!! 

Groups of 20 or more can make reservations for any night. Come experience the real Colorado! Call to check for dates and make your reservations.

Choose from our famous mouth waterin’ steak or chicken dinner, which comes with all the cowboy fixins’.  We will send you home full as a tick! Come join us for Colorado family oriented fun time!


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06/11/18
 -06/13/18
Charis Business Summit - Seize Your Vision!

Seize Your Vision!
Whether you are just starting a business or ministry or have been leading an organization for years, there's something for you at the Charis Business Summit!

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06/11/18
14th ANNUAL WOODLAND MUSIC SERIES GOLF TOURNAMENT

Sign up today for this signature event to benefit the Woodland Music Series. This is a four person scramble format tournament. Sign up a team or as and individual and be place on a team. Awards and prizes will be presented during lunch following play.

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06/11/18
Let's Paint and Draw Animals

Let’s get wild with pencils and paint as we learn how to draw our favorite animals! We will explore bold line and vibrant color, building basic motor skills to create fun and unforgettable animal characters. 

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06/11/18
Youth Tennis Lessons

Summertime is tennis time in Woodland Park!  Come learn the game of tennis while making new friends on our beautiful outdoor courts.  You will learn basic strokes and skills through fun drills, demos and games.  All skills levels welcome.

more info...
06/11/18
Body Sculpt

Improve muscle tone, increase core and muscular strength and enhance flexibility in this one hour total body workout. All fitness levels are welcome!

more info...
06/11/18
HIKE: Dynamite Cabin

Meet at Grouse Mountain Trailhead

Savor the immense variety of wildflowers, trees and wildlife as you hike the Dynamite Trail with Naturalist Erin. Easy to moderate 1.8 miles long.

 


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06/11/18
Namaste Yoga

Start your week off with a one-hour Yoga class, designed to improve strength, flexibility and stamina, while providing a sense of peace and balance. We will practice Hatha Yoga in a Vinyasa flow, connecting movement with our breath in a series of fluid poses. Please bring a yoga mat and water in a closed container and wear comfortable, flexible clothing.

more info...
06/11/18
Amphitheater: Animals of Mueller

Meet at the Amphitheater

Have you heard an animal scurrying about, but when you look under a bush or behind a tree, it is gone?  Join Naturalist Erin to find out more about the animals that live at Mueller - the small and the large.  Dress warmly!


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06/12/18
HIKE: Buffalo Rock

Meet at Grouse Mountain Trailhead

Hike past the historic Cheesman Ranch and continue through an open meadow with beautiful views of Pikes Peak.  I often see wild turkeys on this hike and there should be some wildflowers in bloom.  

Bring insect repellent, sunscreen, dress in layers and have sturdy footwear.
Join Naturalist Nancy to hike this 3.5-4 mile loop.


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06/12/18
Let's Paint and Draw Animals

Let’s get wild with pencils and paint as we learn how to draw our favorite animals! We will explore bold line and vibrant color, building basic motor skills to create fun and unforgettable animal characters. 

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06/12/18
POND SAFARI

Meet at Dragonfly Pond

What is that swimming in the water?  Join Naturalist Linda to find out what types of amazing pond life are in the water and find out why they are important.

 


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06/12/18
Insanity Live

Experience cardio conditioning that will completely transform your body! Challenge yourself with jump training, bodyweight resistance, balance training, agility drills and core strengthening exercises. Every move has a modification so you can get a great workout at any fitness level.

more info...
06/12/18
Tae Kwon Do

Begin your martial arts journey with a single kick! Build confidence, gain self-control, be more focused, learn self-defense and have a ton of fun, all in an environment of courtesy and respect.

more info...
06/13/18
Let's Paint and Draw Animals

Let’s get wild with pencils and paint as we learn how to draw our favorite animals! We will explore bold line and vibrant color, building basic motor skills to create fun and unforgettable animal characters. 

more info...
06/13/18
Youth Tennis Lessons

Summertime is tennis time in Woodland Park!  Come learn the game of tennis while making new friends on our beautiful outdoor courts.  You will learn basic strokes and skills through fun drills, demos and games.  All skills levels welcome.

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06/13/18
Microsoft Excel I

Setup, format, preview and save a basic spreadsheet using Office 2013 version of Excel. Learn how to add your own customized toolbar.  Prerequisites:
1) Experience using a computer mouse; 2) Basic knowledge of a computer or Computer Basics class; 3) Keyboarding/typing skills;Microsoft Word recommended.

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06/13/18
Balance Class

Improve your balance through four gentle movements in lying, sitting, and standing positions. Contact the instructor if you have difficulty being in a given position, or other need, so that he can help accommodate. Different lessons each week throughout the year.
Bring an exercise mat.

more info...
06/13/18
Body Sculpt

Improve muscle tone, increase core and muscular strength and enhance flexibility in this one hour total body workout. All fitness levels are welcome!

more info...
06/13/18
TOUCH TABLE: Skins & Skulls

Meet at the Visitor Center

Join Naturalist Cassie to explore the skins and skulls of animals that call Mueller State Park their home.  Come by any time.

 

 


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06/14/18
Let's Paint and Draw Animals

Let’s get wild with pencils and paint as we learn how to draw our favorite animals! We will explore bold line and vibrant color, building basic motor skills to create fun and unforgettable animal characters. 

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06/14/18
HIKE: Cahill Cabin

Meet at Grouse Mountain Trailhead

Travel back in time with Naturalists Eileen and Carrie as you hike a 3 mile loop to the old Cahill Cabin and Pond.  We will also visit the Lost Still!  This is a moderate hike due to hills.  

 

 


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06/14/18
Stretch Class

Chiropractic Lead & Assisted Stretching Session. Learning how to stretch properly is crucial as stretching is one of the most important things we can do for our body. Stretching decreases physical and mental stress. It improves posture, flexibility and performance while decreasing the potential for pain and injury. This course is designed for all fitness levels. We will guide and assist you through a full body routine that will teach you how to stretch safely and effectively. Please bring a yoga mat.

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06/14/18
Senior Circle Book Club

Reading Midnight at the Bright Ideas Bookstore By Matthew Sullivan and My Name is Lucy Barton by Elizabeth Strout

You have two choices this month.  We should have a great discussion. 

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06/14/18
Insanity Live

Experience cardio conditioning that will completely transform your body! Challenge yourself with jump training, bodyweight resistance, balance training, agility drills and core strengthening exercises. Every move has a modification so you can get a great workout at any fitness level.

more info...
06/14/18
Ribbon Cutting Ceremony - Great Outdoors Adventures


Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for
Great Outdoors Adventures

Hosted by the Greater Woodland Park Chamber of Commerce 

Date            Thursday, June 14, 2018
Time            12:00 p.m.
Location      19251 E US Hwy 24
                    Woodland Park

Join us at a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for the Grand Opening of Great Outdoors Adventures. They offer recreational vehicle rentals and guided tours in Pike National Forest.

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06/14/18
Steampunk (introduction & Maker Salon)

Call for Details

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06/14/18
Tae Kwon Do

Begin your martial arts journey with a single kick! Build confidence, gain self-control, be more focused, learn self-defense and have a ton of fun, all in an environment of courtesy and respect.

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06/14/18
Brian Grace & JC Pringle

Happy Thursday Woodland Park!  Tonight at the Woodland Country Lodge Pub is Brian Grace & JC Pringle who are here to entertain you!

Stop in early for Happy Hour, 3-5pm, and you'll get $1.00 off all beer, wine and well drinks.  Be sure to check out our June Drink Specials!  We hope to see you there!

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06/14/18
Amphitheater: History of Fur Traders in the Pikes Peak Region

Meet at the Amphitheater

Beginning in 1820, the trade in Beaver Fur was the industry of Colorado for over 30 years and lead to the exploration of Colorado.  Join Naturalist Paul to learn the history of the Pikes Peak Region.  
Check out his history series every Thursday night!  

Dress warmly!

 

 

 


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06/15/18
Woodland Park Farmer's Market

Woodland Park's Award Winning Outdoor Summer Market for 2018 season will be held on Henrietta Ave located one block North of Highway 24 in Woodland Park.

Our Market features vegetables, breads, pies, pastries, jams, honey & pickles, salsas, pastas, birdseeds, birdhouses & toys, pet treats & miscellaneous items, natural meats, eggs, cheeses,  flowers and plants, a variety of hot foods & drinks and seasonal specials

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06/15/18
Mueller is at the Woodland Park Farmer's Market

in Woodland Park

Come see us at the Woodland Park Farmer’s Market every other Friday starting today!

 

 

 

 


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06/15/18
 -06/17/18
2018 Victor Gem & Mineral Show

The show will include vendors from across the state selling Colorado dug minerals. Items for sale will include polished gems, hand-crafted jewelry, rough slabs, specimens, cabochons, geode breaking, Cripple Creek & Victor Mining District gold ore specimens, Burtis Blue Cripple Creek turquoise, and more. Meet some of the stars of the Prosector’s  TV show who will be on hand selling their finds. There will also be gold and gem panning at the Victor Lowell Thomas Museum. Show hours are from 9 to 5 each day. 
 
This year representatives from Newmont Mining Corporation will make a presentation on the geology of the gold mining district. This free presentation will be held Saturday, June 17 at 1 p.m. at the Victor Elks Lodge.
 
In addition to the show, the Victor Lowell Thomas Museum gift shop will be open from 9:30 to 5:30 with its collection of rocks, gems, minerals, rhodochrosite and aquamarine jewelry, geodes and gold panning for the kids. The museum also houses a mineral collection as well as historic mining equipment, photos, and historic displays. In addition, guided tours of the modern gold mine are available through the museum – see VictorColorado.com for reservations.
 
The Victor Elks Lodge members will be grilling burgers on the lodge porch as a fundraiser. Victor’s many shops and attractions will also be open, including Victor’s Gold Camp Ag & Mining Museum, antique, art and gift shops, the old-fashioned soda fountain, German Bakery, the local bar and eatery, Victor Hotel, as well as the local parks and Trails of Gold where you can explore the historic gold mining country.

The show will include vendors from across the state selling Colorado dug minerals. Items for sale will include polished gems, hand-crafted jewelry, rough slabs, specimens, cabochons, geode breaking, Cripple Creek & Victor Mining District gold ore specimens, Burtis Blue Cripple Creek turquoise, and more. Meet some of the stars of the Prosector’s  TV show who will be on hand selling their finds. There will also be gold and gem panning at the Victor Lowell Thomas Museum. Show hours are from 9 to 5 each day. 
 
This year representatives from Newmont Mining Corporation will make a presentation on the geology of the gold mining district. This free presentation will be held Saturday, June 17 at 1 p.m. at the Victor Elks Lodge.
 
In addition to the show, the Victor Lowell Thomas Museum gift shop will be open from 9:30 to 5:30 with its collection of rocks, gems, minerals, rhodochrosite and aquamarine jewelry, geodes and gold panning for the kids. The museum also houses a mineral collection as well as historic mining equipment, photos, and historic displays. In addition, guided tours of the modern gold mine are available through the museum – see VictorColorado.com for reservations.
 
The Victor Elks Lodge members will be grilling burgers on the lodge porch as a fundraiser. Victor’s many shops and attractions will also be open, including Victor’s Gold Camp Ag & Mining Museum, antique, art and gift shops, the old-fashioned soda fountain, German Bakery, the local bar and eatery, Victor Hotel, as well as the local parks and Trails of Gold where you can explore the historic gold mining country.

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06/15/18
Let's Paint and Draw Animals

Let’s get wild with pencils and paint as we learn how to draw our favorite animals! We will explore bold line and vibrant color, building basic motor skills to create fun and unforgettable animal characters. 

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06/15/18
WALK: School Pond Wildflowers

Meet at the School Pond Trailhead

Join Naturalists Gretchen and Paul for this gentle 1.5 mile walk.  We will search for many types of wildflowers and will identify them.  

 

 

 

 


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06/15/18
Live Music with Dillon Finn

Dillon Finn will be performing live at the Bella Vista Restaurant and Bar at Shining Mountain in Woodland Park from 6-9:00pm. Take in the views and enjoy the music of this talented artist as you dine on dinner and drink specials from the restaurant. The kitchen will be serving specials and old favorites like the classic fish fry - now a permanent part of the new summer seasonal menu! Go to https://youtu.be/Nxh7Nf764yI to catch a preview of his sound. Call 719-687-7587 for reservations or go online to www.shiningmountaingolf.com/reservations. Located at 100 Shining Mountain Lane in Woodland Park - 18 minutes from Colorado Springs west on Hwy 24, then 2 miles north on Hwy 67 towards Deckers.


 

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06/15/18
Howie at the Woodland Country Lodge

Happy Friday Woodland Park!  Tonight at the Woodland Country Lodge Pub is Howie, a Woodland Park Favorite who will surely entertain you with his guitar and harmonica.

Stop in early for Happy Hour, 3-5pm, and get $1.00 off all beer, wine and well drinks.  Check out our June Drink Specials in the Pub!  Stay for dinner and let us cook for you.  Enjoy a delicious meal on our beautiful patio.  We hope to see you there!

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06/16/18
Outdoor Family Fun Day

Join the DRC for a day full of family fun!  There will be Food Vendors, Gold Panning, Chalk Painting, The Fire Department, Children’s Activities and crafts, Hedgehogs, Wolves, Science Activity Tables, Shale Splitting, and much more! Check our website for updates.
 

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06/16/18
2018 Century Experience Ride

Choose from 100, 75 or 50 mile road routes. This is a road cycling event through Teller, Park and Fremont county. Free lunch, massages and Ice cream cones.

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06/16/18
HIKE: Cheesman Ranch

Meet at Grouse Mountain Trailhead

Learn about the rich history of Mueller State Park as you see the sights, breathe in the mountain air and look for wildlife and wildflowers. Visit the many structures of the Cheesman Ranch, the best preserved historical buildings in the park. Naturalist Cindi will guide you on this 5 mile long but moderate trail.

Bring plenty of water and a snack!

 

 

 

 


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06/16/18
Woodland Park Community Singers

Woodland Park Community Singers performing a variety of Songs.

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06/16/18
CHILDREN'S PROGRAM: Black Bears

Meet at Camper Services Building

Join Naturalist Erin to learn about one of the largest mammals that lives at Mueller.  We will learn what they eat and how they live.  

 

 

 

 

 


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06/16/18
M Lazy C Ranch Chuckwagon Dinner

GIT OUTTA’ TOWN!  Join our wranglers and staff at the Historic M Lazy C Ranch for a hayride, campfire, and that famous star-studded Colorado sky, grill cooking and  western classics and new songs that will get your toes tapping and your legs dancing. Join us for the 2 step and waltz and a bit of line dancing.

Come eat and enjoy an evening of dinner and dance!!! 

Groups of 20 or more can make reservations for any night. Come experience the real Colorado! Call to check for dates and make your reservations.

Choose from our famous mouth waterin’ steak or chicken dinner, which comes with all the cowboy fixins’.  We will send you home full as a tick! Come join us for Colorado family oriented fun time!


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06/16/18
Amphitheater: Predator Prowlers

Meet at the Amphitheater

Join Naturalist Erin for hands-on activities and games to discover the importance of black bears, mountain lions, foxes and other predators.  We will look at skins, skulls and tracks to identify and learn about these common Mueller animals.  Dress warmly!

 

 

 

 


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06/16/18
Crazy Tony's Karaoke at the Woodland Country Lodge

Happy Saturday Woodland Park!  Tonight at the Woodland Country Lodge Pub is Crazy Tony's Karaoke!  Come out tonight for some real interactive entertainment.

Stop in early for Happy Hour and you'll get $1.00 off all beer, wine and well drinks.  Sit back and relax.  We are serving dinner and drinks on the patio.  We hope to see you there!

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06/18/18
Robot Art

Calling all robot lovers! We welcome you and your big ideas to this art camp where we will bring our coolest, zaniest, and most inventive robots to life through pencil, ink and paint.  

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06/18/18
Youth Tennis Lessons

Summertime is tennis time in Woodland Park!  Come learn the game of tennis while making new friends on our beautiful outdoor courts.  You will learn basic strokes and skills through fun drills, demos and games.  All skills levels welcome.

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06/18/18
HIKE: Osborn Homestead

Meet at Black Bear Trailhead

Visit the Osborn Homestead to take in some views and travel back in time with Naturalist Rose on this 3 mile moderate hike.

 


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06/18/18
Body Sculpt

Improve muscle tone, increase core and muscular strength and enhance flexibility in this one hour total body workout. All fitness levels are welcome!

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06/18/18
Namaste Yoga

Start your week off with a one-hour Yoga class, designed to improve strength, flexibility and stamina, while providing a sense of peace and balance. We will practice Hatha Yoga in a Vinyasa flow, connecting movement with our breath in a series of fluid poses. Please bring a yoga mat and water in a closed container and wear comfortable, flexible clothing.

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06/19/18
HIKE: Mash-Up Hike

Meet at Outlook Ridge Trailhead

Join Naturalist Nancy to combine 6 different trails to create and approx. 4-5 mile loop.  This hike will start at Outlook Ridge (#7) to Geer Pond (#25), follow the short trail to Beaver Ponds (#26), then a section of Homestead (#12) to Black Bear (#13) and will finish up on Revenuer Ridge (#1) back to the trailhead.  These mash-ups give a bit of variety to your hiking experience.  You will see meadows, a pond, views and wooded trails and there should be some wildflowers in bloom too.  

Bring water, snack, insect repellent, sunscreen, dress in layers and have sturdy footwear.  

 


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06/19/18
Robot Art

Calling all robot lovers! We welcome you and your big ideas to this art camp where we will bring our coolest, zaniest, and most inventive robots to life through pencil, ink and paint.  

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06/19/18
Wildlife Management in the Pikes Peak Region

Tonya Sharp (District Wildlife Manager for Colorado Division of Wildlife/Parks and Wildlife for 23 years; B.S. in Wildlife Biology, U of Wy) and The Friends of the Florissant Fossil Beds will explore the importance of wildlife management in the Pikes Peak region on June 19th. The seminar will start with a classroom session at the Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument, followed be a field trip to various areas to see the effects of wildlife management. For insurance purposes (off site travel), participants must become a member of the Friends of the Florissant Fossilbeds - and enjoy the discounted Friend's rate!

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06/19/18
Insanity Live

Experience cardio conditioning that will completely transform your body! Challenge yourself with jump training, bodyweight resistance, balance training, agility drills and core strengthening exercises. Every move has a modification so you can get a great workout at any fitness level.

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06/19/18
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!

June 19 is hosted at Foxworth-Galbraith.

 

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06/19/18
Tae Kwon Do

Begin your martial arts journey with a single kick! Build confidence, gain self-control, be more focused, learn self-defense and have a ton of fun, all in an environment of courtesy and respect.

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06/20/18
Robot Art

Calling all robot lovers! We welcome you and your big ideas to this art camp where we will bring our coolest, zaniest, and most inventive robots to life through pencil, ink and paint.  

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06/20/18
Youth Tennis Lessons

Summertime is tennis time in Woodland Park!  Come learn the game of tennis while making new friends on our beautiful outdoor courts.  You will learn basic strokes and skills through fun drills, demos and games.  All skills levels welcome.

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06/20/18
HIKE: Elk Meadow Loop

Meet at Elk Meadow Trailhead

Join Naturalist Erin on this 2 mile loop hike that will take you winding through forests and open meadows. Watch for wildflowers and signs of wildlife!

 

 


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06/20/18
Microsoft Excel II

Learn about document enhancing features such as: conditional formatting and additional mathematic functions. Prerequisite: 2013 Excel I class or have experience using Excel and designing a basic spreadsheet.

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06/20/18
Balance Class

Improve your balance through four gentle movements in lying, sitting, and standing positions. Contact the instructor if you have difficulty being in a given position, or other need, so that he can help accommodate. Different lessons each week throughout the year.
Bring an exercise mat.

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06/20/18
Body Sculpt

Improve muscle tone, increase core and muscular strength and enhance flexibility in this one hour total body workout. All fitness levels are welcome!

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06/20/18
TOUCH TABLE: Trees

Meet at the Visitor Center

Join Naturalist Cassie to discover the secrets trees can tell us!  They are food, home and history books all in one.  Also learn how to identify the trees in the park.  Drop in!

 

 

 


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06/20/18
CASA of the Pikes Peak Region Light of Hope Teller Launch Party

CASA of the Pikes Peak Region Light of Hope Teller Launch Party

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06/20/18
Oakley at the Woodland Country Lodge Pub

Happy Wednesday Woodland Park!  Tonight at the Woodland Country Lodge Pub is Oakley who is sure to entertain you with his witty blend of country, blues and rock on acoustic guitar!

Stop in early for Happy Hour, 3 - 5pm, and get $1.00 off all beer, wine and well drinks.  Stay for dinner and let us cook for you!  We hope to see you there!

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06/21/18
Robot Art

Calling all robot lovers! We welcome you and your big ideas to this art camp where we will bring our coolest, zaniest, and most inventive robots to life through pencil, ink and paint.  

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06/21/18
Stretch Class

Chiropractic Lead & Assisted Stretching Session. Learning how to stretch properly is crucial as stretching is one of the most important things we can do for our body. Stretching decreases physical and mental stress. It improves posture, flexibility and performance while decreasing the potential for pain and injury. This course is designed for all fitness levels. We will guide and assist you through a full body routine that will teach you how to stretch safely and effectively. Please bring a yoga mat.

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06/21/18
Insanity Live

Experience cardio conditioning that will completely transform your body! Challenge yourself with jump training, bodyweight resistance, balance training, agility drills and core strengthening exercises. Every move has a modification so you can get a great workout at any fitness level.

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06/21/18
TOUCH TABLE: Mule Deer

at the Visitor Center

Join Naturalist Erin at the Visitor Center to learn more about these important members of our ecosystem.  We will also discover the adaptations which help them to survive!  Come by any time.

 

 

 


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06/21/18
Tae Kwon Do

Begin your martial arts journey with a single kick! Build confidence, gain self-control, be more focused, learn self-defense and have a ton of fun, all in an environment of courtesy and respect.

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06/21/18
Cari Dell at the Woodland Country Lodge

Happy Thursday Woodland Park!  Tonight at the Woodland Country Lodge Pub is Cari Dell.  Come out tonight and be entertained!

Stop in early for Happy Hour, 3-5pm, and get $1.00 off all beer, wine and well drinks.  Stay for dinner and let us cook for you!  Enjoy a delicious dinner on our beautiful patio!  We hope to see you there!

 

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06/21/18
Amphitheater

Meet at the Amphitheater

The discovery of Gold in the Denver area in 1858, led to a mass migration to Colorado and the beginning of the mining industry that is still active today.  Join Naturalist Paul to learn the history of the Pikes Peak Region and check out his history series every Thursday night!  

Dress warmly!

 

 

 


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06/22/18
 -06/24/18
Donkey Derby Days

Now in its 87th year, Donkey Derby Days tops the list of favorite Cripple Creek events. People from all over the world descend on downtown, drawn by a chance to watch a race inspired by the town’s resident donkey herd, believed to be distant relatives of the original donkeys from the town’s Gold Rush days. Enjoy games, live entertainment, heritage competitions and don’t miss meeting our new, baby donkeys!

The origins of this popular Colorado donkey festival date back to the 1930s, when local businessman Charley Lehew thought a Cripple Creek festival would attract people in the summer months. It wasn’t long before he and two business partners settled on donkey racing. Together, they built a race track, solicited advertising and arranged concessions and entertainment in time for the first-ever Donkey Derby Days festival.

Today, this two-day jamboree is one of the most popular of all the Cripple Creek events held throughout the year, and admission to this exciting Cripple Creek festival is 100% FREE.

The donkey races aren’t the only things going on this weekend, however. Visit our street vendors, enjoy our live entertainment and participate in a host of other family activities, such as our heritage competitions or our activities for children–guaranteed to make this weekend the best Donkey Derby Days ever. Don’t forget Fido–we have a dog show where your best friend can compete for prizes!


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06/22/18
Woodland Park Farmer's Market

Woodland Park's Award Winning Outdoor Summer Market for 2018 season will be held on Henrietta Ave located one block North of Highway 24 in Woodland Park.

Our Market features vegetables, breads, pies, pastries, jams, honey & pickles, salsas, pastas, birdseeds, birdhouses & toys, pet treats & miscellaneous items, natural meats, eggs, cheeses,  flowers and plants, a variety of hot foods & drinks and seasonal specials

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06/22/18
Robot Art

Calling all robot lovers! We welcome you and your big ideas to this art camp where we will bring our coolest, zaniest, and most inventive robots to life through pencil, ink and paint.  

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06/22/18
Full Moon Feeding Tour - Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center

Our FULL MOON FEEDING TOURS are always the Friday before and Sunday after our regular Full Moon Tours. However, check our event calendar, as the FMFT may not be held in some winter months.

Adults (13 and older) $25
Children (2-12) $15
​Reservations required!

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06/22/18
Trisha Parish (Performer)

Tricia Parish is an accomplished vocalist and acoustic guitarist who's original and cover tunes will soothe your soul. Canadian born, Tricia's influences have been none other than Joni Mitchell, Sheryl Crow, Sarah McLachlan, Shawn Colvin and Shania Twain. Her pure voice and warm lyrics will transform you to the child in your mother's arms and rock you! She started playing guitar at age 15 and has been singing since she was 2 years old, according to her mother. Spending much of her adult life in Colorado, you'll hear the influence of the mountain music. She currently resides in the Manitou Springs area with her family. Her guitar of choice is a Taylor, Model T5. A single mom for 16 years, she has her first album of originals released in 2010. Her music can be categorized as alternative country rock. Your ears will be pleased with the result.

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06/22/18
Live Music with the Brian Grace Band

Come out for an evening of energetic and soulful music from this Colorado band - relocated from Texas. Brian Grace won the 2016 Vocalist of the Year at the Josie Music Awards in Nashville, TN. He was also nominated in the Southern Rock category for Artist of the Year, Entertainer of the Year, and "Kings and Queens" was nominated for Song of the Year. Brian and lead guitarist, JC bring energy to the crowd in acoustic way, and remind fans of what they love most about music-the story. Listen as you dine on dinner and drink specials from the restaurant. The kitchen will be serving specials and old favorites like the classic fish fry - now a permanent part of the new summer seasonal menu! For more information or to make a reservation, call 719-687-7587 or visit our website at www.shiningmountaingolf.com/restaurant.

 


 

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06/22/18
Archtop Eddy at the Woodland Country Lodge

Hello Woodland Park!  We at the Country Lodge hope you'll join us tonight in the Woodland Country Lodge Pub for Archtop Eddy, who will entertain you with his style of folk rock and blues.

Stop in early for Happy Hour, 3-5pm, and you'll get $1.00 off all beer, wine and well drinks.  Stay for dinner and let us cook for you.  Enjoy a delicious dinner on our beautiful patio.  We hope to see you there!

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06/23/18
Climb for Courage

Join us for the fourth annual Children’s Hospital Colorado Climb for Courage and Family Festival at the U.S. Air Force Academy’s Falcon Stadium.

Compete in a timed stair climb race, covering 2,700 stairs (2.7 kilometers) around Falcon Stadium or participate in a shorter, un-timed Fun Wave around the lower portion of Falcon Stadium, perfect for kids and families.


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06/23/18
Family Dog Training

Build a lifelong, healthy and loving relationship with your dog through science based positive training methods. We will use highly motivating reinforcers which ensure compliance as well as fun with learning cues: loose leash walking, focus, wait, come, stay, sit, down, leave it. Please, no dogs at the first class. Supply list will be provided at the first; cost estimate $20-$50 depending on equipment choice.

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06/23/18
OUTDOOR SKILLS DAY! Our Biggest Event!

The biggest day of fun all summer!!!

We will have activities throughout the park including: fishing, archery, target shooting, camping, a cave simulator, Bear Aware, geocaching, fly fishing, s’mores, prizes and more!  

All activities are free with a valid vehicle pass.

 

 

 

 


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06/23/18
Susie Knight Singer/Cowboy Poet

Susie Knight Entertainment, based in the Denver, Colorado area, offers live performances from multi-award winning entertainer, Susie Knight. Susie is highly-talented serving as a singer, poet, storyteller, and character-actor of Mrs. Claus and Lasso the Cowgirl. Entertaining audiences professionally since 1999, Susie entertains with western music, cowboy poetry, holiday programs, a Broadway Revue, and more. Since riding her first pony at the wee age of 3, Susie has been hooked on horses, cowboys, and all things Western. Inspired by rodeo legend, Chris LeDoux, she began writing cowboy songs and poetry at the age of 15. Susie uses real life experiences as inspiration for her cowboy poetry and western songs and captures a woman's perspective on rodeo, ranch life, remudas, and romance. Celebrating more than 50 years on stage and in the saddle, Susie is Colorado's own all-around cowgirl entertainer. She is available to make appearances at campfires, concert halls, classrooms, poetry gatherings, special events, birthday parties, family reunions and anywhere the tops in quality entertainment is in demand.

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06/23/18
Sunnyside Cemetery Walking Tour

Step back in time and learn about Victor’s 1890’s cemetery, its resident politicians, and the history that brought them to the gold mining camp. These walking tours of the Sunnyside Cemetery are sponsored by the Victor Lowell Thomas Museum and will be held two Saturdays of each month from June 9 through the end of September as weather permits. Tour dates are June 9, 23, July 14, 28, Aug, 11, 25, Sept. 8, 22.

 

Local historian Veldean Myers and Alicia Petri will provide insights into the cemetery, its history and some of those who served in public offices. The event will be held at the Sunnyside Cemetery which is south of town on Seventh Street. Meet just outside the gate in Pauper’s Field by 11 a.m. Tickets can be purchased at the gate or at the museum at 298 Victor Ave.

 

All tickets are $10 per person. Proceeds benefit the museum’s building and restoration fund. Tickets can be purchased with cash at the tour gate or by cash or credit card at the museum, 298 Victor Ave.

 

Be sure to dress appropriately for mountain weather (which can include wind, cold temperatures, snow, and rain), wear good hiking shoes or boots, and bring water and sunscreen. There are no restroom facilities at the cemetery.


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06/23/18
Crazy Tony's Karaoke at the Woodland Country Lodge

Happy Saturday Woodland Park!  Tonight at the Woodland Country Lodge Pub is Crazy Tony's Karaoke!  Come out tonight for some real interactive entertainment.

Stop in early for Happy Hour and you'll get $1.00 off all beer, wine and well drinks.  Sit back and relax.  We are serving dinner and drinks on the patio.  We hope to see you there!

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06/24/18
Pikes Peak International Hill Climb

Come join us for the Race to the Clouds!
The Broadmoor Pikes Peak International Hill Climb (PPIHC), brought to you by Gran Turismo, also known as The Race to the Clouds, is an annual invitational automobile and motorcycle hill climb to the summit of Pikes Peak – America’s Mountain in Colorado, USA every year on the last Sunday of June. Founded in 1916 by Spencer Penrose (also the founder of The Broadmoor Hotel, Pikes Peak Highway and El Pomar Foundation), The Broadmoor PPIHC takes place on a 12.42 mile (19.99 km) public toll-road boasting 156 turns, while competitors climb 4,720 ft. (1,440 m.) from the 9,390 ft. (2,862 m.)

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06/24/18
HIKE: School Pond

Meet at School Pond Trailhead

Join Naturalist Erin for this 2 mile moderate hike.  This is a nice hike through forests, meadows and over gentle hills.

 

 

 

 

 


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06/24/18
Guffey: From Mineral Strike to Meteor Strike

Guffey: From Mineral Strike to Meteor Strike
Come and discover the geological, historical, and cultural wonders of Guffey, as local resident, Steven Veatch presents at the Pikes Peak Historical Society June Chautauqua. Guffey is a quiet Park County hamlet that sits at the foot of a nest of ancient volcanoes. Learn about prehistoric eruptions of molten lava, hissing springs, and spewing vents. Enjoy a breathtaking virtual tour of old mines, secret hollows, and sweeping landscapes. Hear the story about the town’s namesake and his oil company. See photos of the picturesque buildings that remain today. Top off the afternoon by learning about Guffey’s forgotten meteor strike. Discover Guffey while you enjoy this image-rich lecture that will stay with you long after the day is over.
 
Steven Veatch was born in Denver and grew up in the Pikes Peak region. His family came to Cripple Creek in the 1890s from England and worked in the district’s mines for over 40 years. The other side of his family established a ranch in the wilderness near Boulder in 1865. Veatch has an MA in Business Management and an M.S. in Earth Science. He served in the Navy Reserves for 16 years. Veatch is well known to Colorado geologists and nature enthusiasts for his articles, papers, workshops, and classes on Earth science and writing. He is a member of the Board of Trustees for the Western Museum of Mining and Industry in Colorado Springs.

The Pikes Peak Historical Society invites you to learn more about the history and geology of Guffey at the PPHS monthly Chautauqua on Sunday, June 24th at 2pm 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 in partnership with the Rampart Library District. 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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06/24/18
Full Moon Feeding Tour - Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center

Our FULL MOON FEEDING TOURS are always the Friday before and Sunday after our regular Full Moon Tours. However, check our event calendar, as the FMFT may not be held in some winter months.

Adults (13 and older) $25
Children (2-12) $15
​Reservations required!

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06/24/18
Amphitheater: Elk and Deer of Mueller

Meet at the Amphitheater

Mule Deer and Elk are much more important to an ecosystem than you might think!  Join Naturalist Erin to find out what makes them so important and the adaptations that help them to survive at Mueller.  Dress warmly!

 

 

 

 


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06/25/18
HIKE: Bird Walk

 Meet at Elk Meadow Trailhead

Join Naturalist Craig to look for birds on this easy 2 mile hike.  Learn about bird’s behavior, habitats, food and more!

 

 

 


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06/25/18
3-Dimensional Perspective

Have you ever wanted to make art that looks like it jumps off the page? Then join us for this art camp where we will do just that. Using the same fundamentals of perspective that the “Greats” like Leonardo Da Vinci and Stan Lee are known for, we will learn how to see and create 3-D art on a 2-D page. 

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06/25/18
Youth Tennis Lessons

Summertime is tennis time in Woodland Park!  Come learn the game of tennis while making new friends on our beautiful outdoor courts.  You will learn basic strokes and skills through fun drills, demos and games.  All skills levels welcome.

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06/25/18
Body Sculpt

Improve muscle tone, increase core and muscular strength and enhance flexibility in this one hour total body workout. All fitness levels are welcome!

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06/25/18
Namaste Yoga

Start your week off with a one-hour Yoga class, designed to improve strength, flexibility and stamina, while providing a sense of peace and balance. We will practice Hatha Yoga in a Vinyasa flow, connecting movement with our breath in a series of fluid poses. Please bring a yoga mat and water in a closed container and wear comfortable, flexible clothing.

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06/26/18
3-Dimensional Perspective

Have you ever wanted to make art that looks like it jumps off the page? Then join us for this art camp where we will do just that. Using the same fundamentals of perspective that the “Greats” like Leonardo Da Vinci and Stan Lee are known for, we will learn how to see and create 3-D art on a 2-D page. 

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06/26/18
HIKE: Cheesman Ranch

 Meet at Grouse Mountain Trailhead

Learn about the rich history of Mueller State Park as you see the sights, breathe in the mountain air and look for wildlife and wildflowers. Visit the many structures of the Cheesman Ranch, the best preserved historical buildings in the park. Naturalist Rose will guide you on this 5 mile long but moderate trail.

Bring plenty of water and a snack!

 

 


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06/26/18
Insanity Live

Experience cardio conditioning that will completely transform your body! Challenge yourself with jump training, bodyweight resistance, balance training, agility drills and core strengthening exercises. Every move has a modification so you can get a great workout at any fitness level.

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06/26/18
Ribbon Cutting Ceremony - The Aspen of Woodland Park


Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for
The Aspen of Woodland Park

Hosted by the Greater Woodland Park Chamber of Commerce 

Date            Tuesday, June 26, 2018
Time            2:00 p.m.
Location      107 Village Terrace
                    Woodland Park

Join us at a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for the Grand Opening of The Aspen of Woodland Park, an assisted living residence in the heart of Woodland Park.  Tours will be offered following the ribbon cutting ceremony. 

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06/26/18
Tae Kwon Do

Begin your martial arts journey with a single kick! Build confidence, gain self-control, be more focused, learn self-defense and have a ton of fun, all in an environment of courtesy and respect.

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06/27/18
3-Dimensional Perspective

Have you ever wanted to make art that looks like it jumps off the page? Then join us for this art camp where we will do just that. Using the same fundamentals of perspective that the “Greats” like Leonardo Da Vinci and Stan Lee are known for, we will learn how to see and create 3-D art on a 2-D page. 

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06/27/18
Youth Tennis Lessons

Summertime is tennis time in Woodland Park!  Come learn the game of tennis while making new friends on our beautiful outdoor courts.  You will learn basic strokes and skills through fun drills, demos and games.  All skills levels welcome.

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06/27/18
HIKE: Tiger Salamander

 Meet at Lost Pond Trailhead

Join Naturalist Erin on a 1 mile hike to Lost Pond and discover tiger salamanders!  They are the State Amphibian of Colorado.

 

 

 


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06/27/18
Computer Basics

Learn the basic parts of a computer, learn basic computer terminology and simple tasks such as how to delete, backspace and maneuver around the computer screen. Prerequisite: You must have experience using a computer mouse and/or taken the online Mouse tutorial. Must know how to highlight, cut and paste.

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06/27/18
Balance Class

Improve your balance through four gentle movements in lying, sitting, and standing positions. Contact the instructor if you have difficulty being in a given position, or other need, so that he can help accommodate. Different lessons each week throughout the year.
Bring an exercise mat.

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06/27/18
Body Sculpt

Improve muscle tone, increase core and muscular strength and enhance flexibility in this one hour total body workout. All fitness levels are welcome!

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06/27/18
HIKE: Moon Walk - Part 1

 Meet at the Visitor Center

Join Naturalist Pat for an indoor talk about moon mythology and the science behind moon phases.  This is for ages 8 and up and there is a maximum of 25 people. Please sign up at the Visitor Center or by calling (719) 687-2366 ext.104 (sign up for one or both!)  

 

 

 

 


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06/27/18
Dalton LaFever at the Woodland Country Lodge


Happy Wednesday Woodland Park!  Tonight at the Woodland Country Lodge Pub is Dalton LaFever on Piano.  Stop in early for Happy Hour, 3-5pm, and you'll get $1.00 off all beer, wine and well drinks.  Ask your server about our June Drink Specials.  We hope to see you there!

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06/27/18
HIKE: Moon Walk - Part 2

Meet at the Visitor Center patio

Join Naturalist Pat for a guided, night hike on a moonlit trail and test your knowledge of nocturnal animals and moon trivia along the way.  Bring flashlights and your curiosity.

This is for ages 8 and up.  There is a maximum number of 25 people. Please sign up at the Visitor Center or by calling (719) 687-2366 ext.104 (sign up for one or both!)  Dress warmly and bring your own flashlight!

 

 

 

 


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06/28/18
Putts Fore Paws

Enjoy a complete program of special events, 18 holes of golf, a goody bag for each player, great food and a ton of fun! The proceeds benefit the pets we serve at the Teller County Regional Animal Shelter.

Join us for the TCRAS Putts Fore Paws Golf Tournament on Thursday, June 28 at the United States Air Force Academty Eisenhouwe Golf Course. The tournament is a great opportunity to treat yourself and reward your employees while enjoying the fresh outdoors and playing a course that offers a unique challenge to golf enthusiasts of every skill level!

$125 per person, join as an Individual or a Team of 2, 3 or 4,

Pet Pal Package - $25 per person - includes participation in door prize drawings 2 mulligans, 2 forward tees, 2 kick-its, 2 throw-its, happy tail (18” string), hole in one, putting, longest drive and closest to the pin contests.


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06/28/18
3-Dimensional Perspective

Have you ever wanted to make art that looks like it jumps off the page? Then join us for this art camp where we will do just that. Using the same fundamentals of perspective that the “Greats” like Leonardo Da Vinci and Stan Lee are known for, we will learn how to see and create 3-D art on a 2-D page. 

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06/28/18
Geology Camp for Adults

Join the Friends of the Florissant Fossil Beds and Ricardo Escobar (former intern at the FFBNM with M.S. in Geology from Western Washington University) for an introduction to geology concepts and the geology of the Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument.  This seminar examines the structure of the earth and plate tectonics and provides hands on activities with "how to teach" these concepts to upper elementary students. Ideal for anyone interested in learning the basics of geology and finding ways to share this information.  Most of the seminar will be held outside, including hiking the new Geologic Trail  and the Petrified Forest Loop trail.  Participants must be able to hike at least 2 miles and dress accordingly.  A short trip to a  private quarry will allow participants to look for fossils. 

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06/28/18
HIKE: Osborn Cabin

Meet at Black Bear Trailhead

Visit the Osborn Homestead to take in some views and travel back in time with Naturalists Eileen and Carrie on this 3 mile moderate hike.

 

 

 

 


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06/28/18
Stretch Class

Chiropractic Lead & Assisted Stretching Session. Learning how to stretch properly is crucial as stretching is one of the most important things we can do for our body. Stretching decreases physical and mental stress. It improves posture, flexibility and performance while decreasing the potential for pain and injury. This course is designed for all fitness levels. We will guide and assist you through a full body routine that will teach you how to stretch safely and effectively. Please bring a yoga mat.

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06/28/18
Insanity Live

Experience cardio conditioning that will completely transform your body! Challenge yourself with jump training, bodyweight resistance, balance training, agility drills and core strengthening exercises. Every move has a modification so you can get a great workout at any fitness level.

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06/28/18
ARCHERY FOR BEGINNERS

Meet at Dragonfly Pond Parking Lot

Archery is a fun and useful skill!  Join Naturalists Linda and Erin to learn how to hold a bow, nock an arrow, aim, shoot and more.  

Ages 8 and up are welcome.

 

 

 

 

 


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06/28/18
Tae Kwon Do

Begin your martial arts journey with a single kick! Build confidence, gain self-control, be more focused, learn self-defense and have a ton of fun, all in an environment of courtesy and respect.

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06/28/18
Rich Currier at the Woodland Country Lodge

Hello Woodland Park!  Tonight at the Woodland Country Lodge Pub is Rich Currier.  Come out tonight and be entertained.  Stop in early for Happy Hour, 3-5pm, and receive $1.00 off all beer, wine and well drinks.  Ask your server about our weekly drink specials.  We hope to see you there!

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06/28/18
Amphitheater: History of Railroads in the Pikes Peak Region

Meet at the Amphitheater

Mining requires transportation to move large amounts of heavy machinery and ore. Railroads were the most efficient method of transportation in the gold rush era.  From 1870 to 1910, 5,000 miles of railroads were built through some of the most demanding terrain, and made the settlement of Colorado possible.  

Join Naturalist Paul to learn the history of the Pikes Peak Region and check out his history series every Thursday night!  

Dress warmly.

 

 

 

 

 


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06/29/18
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2018 Green Box Arts Festival

The 10th annual and 2018 Green Box Arts Festival will take place from FRI / JUNE 29 through SAT / JULY 7 in Green Mountain Falls, Colorado.

Please note the full festival schedule with registration for all workshops, dance performances and music concerts beginning FRI / JUNE 1 at http://greenboxarts.org/arts-festival/2018-calendar/.

REGISTER at http://greenboxarts.org/get-involved/register/.


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06/29/18
Woodland Park Farmer's Market

Woodland Park's Award Winning Outdoor Summer Market for 2018 season will be held on Henrietta Ave located one block North of Highway 24 in Woodland Park.

Our Market features vegetables, breads, pies, pastries, jams, honey & pickles, salsas, pastas, birdseeds, birdhouses & toys, pet treats & miscellaneous items, natural meats, eggs, cheeses,  flowers and plants, a variety of hot foods & drinks and seasonal specials

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06/29/18
3-Dimensional Perspective

Have you ever wanted to make art that looks like it jumps off the page? Then join us for this art camp where we will do just that. Using the same fundamentals of perspective that the “Greats” like Leonardo Da Vinci and Stan Lee are known for, we will learn how to see and create 3-D art on a 2-D page. 

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06/29/18
HIKE: Rock Pond

Meet at the Visitor Center patio

Enjoy seeing two beautiful ponds, Rock and Geer Ponds and hike through a narrow canyon with creeks and a waterfall.  We will see many wildflowers and hear bird songs.  

This is a moderate to difficult hike due to hills. Join Naturalist Rose on this 5 mile loop.  

Bring water and energy snack!

 

 

 

 

 

 


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06/29/18
Lunch with Cari Dell (Performer)

Cari Dell, born and raised in Austin, Texas, knows what it takes to compete in the," Live Music Capitol of the World". Cari took her first guitar lesson at the age of 12 and has never looked back! Cari fronts her three-piece band with crystal clear vocal and mind blowing guitar work. She is known for her energetic live performances and guitar showmanship. Her electrifying guitar strokes have been compared to such greats as Carlos Santana, Eric Johnson, and Stevie Ray Vaughan. She has a guitar style that is very imaginative and memorable. Cari's voice has an innocent, soulful quality that evokes emotion and beauty in each of her songs. Cari is an accomplished lead guitarist and gifted singer songwriter who has developed an electric sound blending her love for melodic Pop-Rock and R&B. 'Cari was recently awarded the RADIO SIX INTERNATIONAL,"2003 RECORD OF THE YEAR", in Glasgow, Scotland for her song, "A Thing For Me". She also received the runner-up honors for her song, "The Trial". According to RADIO SIX INTERNATIONAL, this is the first time in the history of their station that the same artist received the .. 1 and .. 2 spots! Cari's song, "The Starting Line", reached .. 34 on www.mp3.com North American New Country charts on August 6, 2002, and "Anything You Want To Do", reached .. 1 in Colorado on www.mp3.com's Pop-Rock category. Cari has proven to be a multifaceted artist who has scored music for film, radio drama, and has worked hard at promoting her original music. Cari Dell plays steadily with her band and performs solo around the Colorado Springs area.

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06/29/18
Start Smart Soccer Registration Deadline

The Start Smart Development Program is a proven instructional program that prepares young children, between the ages of 3 - 5 years old, for the world of organized sports without the threat of competition or the fear of getting hurt. Parents work together with their children in a supportive environment to learn all of the basic skills.
The benefits include building confidence and self-esteem, fun and positive experience, prepares for future sports, quality time together for parent and child, and helps parents learn how to support and teach their child in the world of sports.

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06/29/18
Debra Grigsby at the Woodland Country Lodge Pub

Happy Friday Woodland Park!  Tonight at the Woodland Country Lodge Pub is Tricia Parish, who will surely entertain you tonight.  Stop in early for Happy Hour from 3-5pm, and receive $1.00 off all beer, wine and well drinks.  Ask your server about our weekly drink specials.  We hope to see you there!

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06/30/18
HIKE: Noble Cabin

Meet at Black Bear Trailhead

Imagine what it was like to homestead here and learn of Mueller’s early residents! Join Naturalist Cindi on a 4 mile hike.

Bring water & energy snack!

 

 

 

 

 

 


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06/30/18
Family Dog Training

Build a lifelong, healthy and loving relationship with your dog through science based positive training methods. We will use highly motivating reinforcers which ensure compliance as well as fun with learning cues: loose leash walking, focus, wait, come, stay, sit, down, leave it. Please, no dogs at the first class. Supply list will be provided at the first; cost estimate $20-$50 depending on equipment choice.

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06/30/18
Auditorium: Prayer Trees

Meet at the Visitor Center

Learn about how the Ute Indians modified trees for navigational, spiritual, burial, medicinal, nutritional and educational purposes. Prayers Trees are now called Culturally Modified Trees.  

Join guest speaker, John Anderson for a presentation about the culture and the spirituality of the Ute.  
Hike at 3 pm to see one!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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06/30/18
HIKE: Prayer Trees

Meet at the School Pond Trailhead

Join guest speaker, John Anderson for a hike to see a modified tree near School Pond and to learn more about the Ute.  This is a 1.5 mile hike.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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06/30/18
Amphitheater: Beaver Builders

Meet at the Amphitheater

Did you know that beavers are a keystone species?  That means that they are a crucial part of the ecosystem.  Join Naturalist Erin to find out why this is and learn how beavers live.  One person will dress up as a beaver as we discuss adaptations that make beavers well designed to survive in riparian habitats.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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06/30/18
Crazy Tony's Karaoke at the Woodland Country Lodge

Happy Saturday Woodland Park!  Tonight at the Woodland Country Lodge Pub is Crazy Tony's Karaoke!  Come out tonight for some real interactive entertainment.

Stop in early for Happy Hour and you'll get $1.00 off all beer, wine and well drinks.  Sit back and relax.  We are serving dinner and drinks on the patio.  We hope to see you there!

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