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Chamber Annual Dinner
2/5/2020 - 5/29/2020
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CANCELLED - Chamber Business After Hours - CANCELLED
4/21/2020
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Chamber Lunch and Learn
5/7/2020
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Chamber Business After Hours
5/19/2020
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Booth Reservation - Chamber Spring Business Expo
6/4/2020
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Chamber Lunch and Learn
6/4/2020
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Chamber Business After Hours
6/16/2020
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Chamber Business After Hours
7/21/2020
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Chamber Lunch and Learn
8/6/2020
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Chamber Business After Hours
8/18/2020
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Chamber Lunch and Learn
9/3/2020
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Chamber Business After Hours
9/15/2020
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Chamber Lunch and Learn
10/1/2020
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Chamber Business After Hours
10/20/2020
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Chamber Lunch and Learn
11/5/2020
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Chamber Business After Hours
11/17/2020
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Chamber Lunch and Learn
12/3/2020
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Chamber Business After Hours
12/8/2020
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Events in the month of February 2020
DateEvent
2/1/2020
LIVE MUSIC at the Woodland Country Lodge featuring 6 String Dave

Free LIVE MUSIC at the Woodland Country Lodge featuring 6 String Dave

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2/2/2020
Visits With History - Midland Railroad Tragedies

Midland Railroad Tragedies
The Colorado Midland Railway was the first standard gauge line into the Colorado Rockies.  At its peak it was 261 miles long and had two branches.  The route began in Colorado City, went on to Leadville and then crossing through the Continental Divide via the Hagerman Tunnel it continued on to Basalt and terminated at New Castle, Colorado.
The first contract for construction was awarded on April 6, 1886.  The construction in Colorado Springs started in July of 1886 with 3000 men spread between Colorado City and Buena Vista.  Eight months later, the track was completed to Woodland Park and made it to Florissant on March 23, 1887.  In Lake George, the tracks through the 11 Mile Canyon weren’t completed until about June and then continued on to Buena Vista, reaching that point in July. Eleven Mile Canyon was the deadliest stretch of the Midland in El Paso, Park and Teller Counties. “Midland Railroad Tragedies” will address some of those many accidents in our area.
Steve Plutt, local historian, will present an interesting program on this piece of Teller County history at the Cripple Creek District Museum’s February Visits with History talk. Steve has long lived in the shadow of Pikes Peak, having grown up in the Woodland Park area. Steve now resides near Lake George.
 The Cripple Creek District Museum invites you to learn more about the Midland Railroad and the tragedies which befell the line at the CCDM history talk on Sunday, February 9th at 2pm at the Cripple Creek Heritage Center. The Heritage Center is located on Hwy 67 outside of Cripple Creek. This program is presented as a public service of the Cripple Creek District Museum in partnership with the City of Cripple Creek. Admission is free and refreshments are served.  Seating is limited, reservations are required. Call 719-689-9540 to make reservations or to get more information.

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2/3/2020
Body Sculpt

This one hour total body workout is designed to improve muscle tone, increase core and muscular strength and flexibility. All fitness levels are welcome! 
Parks and Recreation Classroom
Monday and Wednesday 
February 3,5,10,12,17,19,24,26
$40 per session or Fitness Punch Card or $8.00 drop in

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2/3/2020
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.
$28.00 per session,  $9.00 drop in fee, or Fitness Punch Card
Parks and Recreation Classroom
15 years and older
Monday
5:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.
February 3,10,17, 24

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2/4/2020
Beginner/Intermediate Tae Kwon Do

Begin your martial arts journey with a single kick! Build confidence, gain self-control, be more focused in school, learn self-defense and have a ton of fun, all in an environment of courtesy and respect.. 
LeeAnn Loss
Tuesday and Thursday
6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. Beginner/Intermediate
Parks and Recreation Classroom
February 4,6,11,13,18,20,25,27
$80 and $40.00 additional family members
Uniform Fee $30.00 paid to instructor. 

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2/5/2020
Body Sculpt

This one hour total body workout is designed to improve muscle tone, increase core and muscular strength and flexibility. All fitness levels are welcome! 
Parks and Recreation Classroom
Monday and Wednesday 
February 3,5,10,12,17,19,24,26
$40 per session or Fitness Punch Card or $8.00 drop in

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2/6/2020
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.

Marketing Strategies    
Presented by Mike Perini, Perini and Associates


Click HERE to submit your case study in advance.

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2/6/2020
Beginner/Intermediate Tae Kwon Do

Begin your martial arts journey with a single kick! Build confidence, gain self-control, be more focused in school, learn self-defense and have a ton of fun, all in an environment of courtesy and respect.. 
LeeAnn Loss
Tuesday and Thursday
6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. Beginner/Intermediate
Parks and Recreation Classroom
February 4,6,11,13,18,20,25,27
$80 and $40.00 additional family members
Uniform Fee $30.00 paid to instructor. 

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2/7/2020
LIVE MUSIC at the Woodland Country Lodge featuring Oakley

Free LIVE MUSIC at the Woodland Country Lodge featuring Oakley

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2/8/2020
Flying Wild Teacher Workshop at Mueller State Park

At the Visitor Center

Flying Wild is an exciting conservation and environmental education program using birds as the focus!

It contains practical, hands-on classroom and field investigation experiences connecting real-world experiences in bird biology, conservation, and natural history. Colorado School of Mines Credit is available.

Contact Linda Groat for more details. linda.groat@state.co.us 719-687-2366

 


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2/8/2020
Hike: Outlook Ridge Trail at Mueller State Park

Meet at Outlook Ridge Trailhead

Join Naturalist Penny on this popular trail following the ridge to overlooks with views to the south and west. 2-3-mile moderate trail. 

Trail conditions in winter can range from dry to 2 feet of snow, to snow packed and icy! You can check for conditions on our website. Snowshoes recommended. 

 


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2/8/2020
 -2/16/2020
Cripple Creek Ice Festival

The annual Cripple Creek Ice Festival is a must see for everyone in February.  The ice carvers will slowly carve their designs in ice between February 8th and February 16th.  This year carvers will be competing for a “People’s Choice” cash prize.  Every visitors to the event will be able to vote for the carving that they think is the best.  On Feb. 16th the winner will be announced.  The carvers were given the option to pick whatever theme they wanted.  There will be carvings of underwater creatures, mystical dragons, characters from Toy Story, and giant insects to name a few. A significant ice sculpture will be completed by Saturday, Feb. 8th, by each carver.  They will add to the carving and/or complete another significant piece by Feb. 15th.  Your vote counts each time you come to the event.  Voting can be done at the Official Ice Festival Merchandise Area, or at select Player's Clubs inside Bronco Billy's, the Brass Ass, the Christmas Casino, JP McGills or the Midnight Rose.  Each day those that vote will be entered into a new drawing for special prizes.

As always the popular children's slide will be ready to go on Feb. 8th.  Food and retails vendors as well as music and a beer garden will be set up on Saturdays and Sundays, Feb. 8th & 9th, and Feb. 15th & 16th, from 10:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m.  The carvings will be lit up at night and they can be viewed throughout the festival and until they start to melt.  Official event merchandise will be available to purchase from 9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. daily, Feb. 8th-16th.

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2/8/2020
Microsoft Power Point Basics

Microsoft PowerPoint: Basic - Jane Backstrom - Come discover the many uses of PowerPoint and begin a basic presentation of your own. Learn to create slides, insert text and pictures, and set up a presentation about your hobby or a topic of your choice.

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2/8/2020
Annual Sweetheart Ball


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2/8/2020
LIVE MUSIC at the Woodland Country Lodge featuring Mark Edens

Free LIVE MUSIC at the Woodland Country Lodge featuring Mark Edens

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2/9/2020
Hike: Homestead and Black Bear Trails at Mueller State Park

Meet at Homestead Trailhead

Take a pleasant 2-mile hike through forest, meadows, and rock formations with Naturalist Rose. 

Trail conditions in winter can range from dry to 2 feet of snow, to snow packed and icy! You can check for conditions on our website. Snowshoes recommended. www.cpw.state.co.us/placestogo/parks/Mueller

Or call the Visitor Center 719-687-2366.

 


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2/9/2020
Visits With History - Midland Railroad Tragedies

Midland Railroad Tragedies
The Colorado Midland Railway was the first standard gauge line into the Colorado Rockies.  At its peak it was 261 miles long and had two branches.  The route began in Colorado City, went on to Leadville and then crossing through the Continental Divide via the Hagerman Tunnel it continued on to Basalt and terminated at New Castle, Colorado.
The first contract for construction was awarded on April 6, 1886.  The construction in Colorado Springs started in July of 1886 with 3000 men spread between Colorado City and Buena Vista.  Eight months later, the track was completed to Woodland Park and made it to Florissant on March 23, 1887.  In Lake George, the tracks through the 11 Mile Canyon weren’t completed until about June and then continued on to Buena Vista, reaching that point in July. Eleven Mile Canyon was the deadliest stretch of the Midland in El Paso, Park and Teller Counties. “Midland Railroad Tragedies” will address some of those many accidents in our area.
Steve Plutt, local historian, will present an interesting program on this piece of Teller County history at the Cripple Creek District Museum’s February Visits with History talk. Steve has long lived in the shadow of Pikes Peak, having grown up ​​in the Woodland Park area. Steve now resides near Lake George.​
 The Cripple Creek District Museum invites you to learn more about the Midland Railroad and the tragedies which befell the line at the CCDM history talk on Sunday, February 9th at 2pm at the Cripple Creek Heritage Center. The Heritage Center is located on Hwy 67 outside of Cripple Creek. This program is presented as a public service of the Cripple Creek District Museum in partnership with the City of Cripple Creek. Admission is free and refreshments are served.  Seating is limited, reservations are required. Call 719-689-9540 to make reservations or to get more information.

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2/10/2020
Body Sculpt

This one hour total body workout is designed to improve muscle tone, increase core and muscular strength and flexibility. All fitness levels are welcome! 
Parks and Recreation Classroom
Monday and Wednesday 
February 3,5,10,12,17,19,24,26
$40 per session or Fitness Punch Card or $8.00 drop in

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2/10/2020
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.
$28.00 per session,  $9.00 drop in fee, or Fitness Punch Card
Parks and Recreation Classroom
15 years and older
Monday
5:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.
February 3,10,17, 24

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2/11/2020
Chamber Member 101 Class

Chamber Member 101 Class is designed to help Chamber members get the most out of their membership. Primarily meant for the new or prospective member, long standing members are also welcome to attend and refresh themselves in all aspects of the Chamber and the many programs and benefits offered.

Information in this class includes:
  • Networking
  • Marketing
  • Information Sharing
  • Advertising
  • Promotion
  • Customer Referrals
  • Discounts
  • Community Involvement
  • AND MORE

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2/11/2020
Database 101

Database 101/ Catherine Shepherd/ Learn about the databases and eResources the library currently offers.

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2/11/2020
Nonprofit Cooperative of Teller County Meeting/Training (SOAR)

The Nonprofit Cooperative has trainings available monthly. Usually the meetings focus on education related to fundraising, board development, marketing and planning of events. 

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2/11/2020
Beginner/Intermediate Tae Kwon Do

Begin your martial arts journey with a single kick! Build confidence, gain self-control, be more focused in school, learn self-defense and have a ton of fun, all in an environment of courtesy and respect.. 
LeeAnn Loss
Tuesday and Thursday
6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. Beginner/Intermediate
Parks and Recreation Classroom
February 4,6,11,13,18,20,25,27
$80 and $40.00 additional family members
Uniform Fee $30.00 paid to instructor. 

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2/12/2020
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 a computer screen. Prerequisite: You must have experience using a computer mouse and/or have taken the online Mouse tutorial. Must know how to highlight, cut and paste.

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2/12/2020
Body Sculpt

This one hour total body workout is designed to improve muscle tone, increase core and muscular strength and flexibility. All fitness levels are welcome! 
Parks and Recreation Classroom
Monday and Wednesday 
February 3,5,10,12,17,19,24,26
$40 per session or Fitness Punch Card or $8.00 drop in

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2/12/2020
Book Discussion The Woolly West: Colorado's Hidden History of Sheepscapes

As Part of the All Teller Reads program    The Woolly West: Colorado's Hidden History of Sheepscapes By Andrew Guilliford will be discussed

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2/13/2020
Email Basics

Learn why and how to set up an email account and tips to manage your inbox. We will go over common features, setting up contacts, and email safety concerns. This class is for new or inexperienced email users.

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2/13/2020
Beginner/Intermediate Tae Kwon Do

Begin your martial arts journey with a single kick! Build confidence, gain self-control, be more focused in school, learn self-defense and have a ton of fun, all in an environment of courtesy and respect.. 
LeeAnn Loss
Tuesday and Thursday
6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. Beginner/Intermediate
Parks and Recreation Classroom
February 4,6,11,13,18,20,25,27
$80 and $40.00 additional family members
Uniform Fee $30.00 paid to instructor. 

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2/14/2020
Valentine's Day With The Wolves

Bring your sweetheart and celebrate the history.
Join us on a mini tour of our resident animals and take a special tour on Chinook's nature trail.
Snacks and seasonal drinks.
 

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2/14/2020
LIVE MUSIC at the Woodland Country Lodge featuring Mike Sunjka

Free LIVE MUSIC at the Woodland Country Lodge featuring Mike Sunjka

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2/14/2020
Love Letters at the Butte Theater

Cripple Creek Ice Festival: February 14th & 15th (Valentine’s Day Weekend) The Butte in conjunction with Samuel French will be present A R Gurney’s “Love Letters” at 7pm both evenings:

The play centers on two characters, Melissa Gardner and Andrew Makepeace Ladd III. Using the epistolary form sometimes found in novels, they sit side by side at tables and read the notes, letters and cards – in which over nearly 50 years, they discuss their hopes and ambitions, dreams and disappointments, victories and defeats – that have passed between them throughout their separated lives,

 


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2/15/2020
Hike: Outlook Ridge Trail at Mueller State Park

Meet at Outlook Ridge Trailhead

Join Naturalist Nancy on this popular trail to an overlook to the south and west. Then hike down to Lost Pond then Revenuers Ridge to return. 3.5-mile moderate trail.

Trail conditions in winter can range from dry to 2 feet of snow, to snow packed and icy! You can check for conditions on our website. Snowshoes recommended. www.cpw.state.co.us/placestogo/parks/Mueller

Or call the Visitor Center 719-687-2366.


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2/15/2020
 -2/16/2020
The Moose Is Loose Event

Run Wild with the Moose February 15 - March 1, 2020

February 15:
Meet up early in the TWEEDS parking lot to see The Moose for his annual tradition of Yippee Ki-Yay! Get Moose Bucks just for horsin’ around!

Other Activities on Feb. 15 include:
Feb. 15: 10 a.m. Gun fight with Moose and High Price Paul at Tweeds
Feb. 15: 1-2 p.m. Historian Mel McFarland will be at The Cowhand (200 W. Midland Ave.) Get a tour of the Cog Train at Bergstrom Park
Feb. 15: 2:30 - 4:30 p.m. Poet and signer Susie Knight has spent years making audiences laugh, sigh, and cry with joy, and applaud with enthusiasm for her creative performances. Enjoy her entertainment at The Historic Ute Inn, 204 W. Midland Ave.

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2/15/2020
Lego Engineering Workshop


Join Play-Well TEKnologies for an all new LEGO engineering workshop. Power up your skills with instructors and thousands of LEGO pieces. Build dinosaurs as well as excavate a fossil site with LEGO construction vehicles. Programs are at 11:00am and 1:30pm. Participants may not keep their LEGO designs.

 

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2/15/2020
LIVE MUSIC at the Woodland Country Lodge featuring Trish Parish

Free LIVE MUSIC at the Woodland Country Lodge featuring Trish Parish

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2/15/2020
Love Letters at the Butte Theater

Cripple Creek Ice Festival: February 14th & 15th (Valentine’s Day Weekend) The Butte in conjunction with Samuel French will be present A R Gurney’s “Love Letters” at 7pm both evenings:

The play centers on two characters, Melissa Gardner and Andrew Makepeace Ladd III. Using the epistolary form sometimes found in novels, they sit side by side at tables and read the notes, letters and cards – in which over nearly 50 years, they discuss their hopes and ambitions, dreams and disappointments, victories and defeats – that have passed between them throughout their separated lives,

 


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2/16/2020
Hike: Rock Pond at Mueller State Park

Meet at the Visitor Center

Join Naturalist Rose on a 5-mile hike or snowshoe on a favorite trail deep in the backcountry to Rock Pond.  Bring water, snacks and dress in layers!

Trail conditions in winter can range from dry to 2 feet of snow, to snow packed and icy! You can check for conditions on our website. Snowshoes recommended. www.cpw.state.co.us/placestogo/parks/Mueller

Or call the Visitor Center 719-687-2366.


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2/16/2020
The Wildflower Excursions

Local historian and author of two Colorado Midland Railroad books, Midland Route on the Colorado Midland and Cripple Creek Road on the Midland Terminal, McFarland will give a slide presentation and discussion of the Midland’s Wildflower excursions into what is now the Eleven Mile Canyon and Lake George area. This trip will show not only "company" advertising pictures, but also pictures that people on the train took. Beginning in 1887, it was a very popular full day excursion starting in Colorado Springs, and picking up people along the way. Participants carried home arm-loads of wildflowers. The final trip was made in 1919.


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2/17/2020
Body Sculpt

This one hour total body workout is designed to improve muscle tone, increase core and muscular strength and flexibility. All fitness levels are welcome! 
Parks and Recreation Classroom
Monday and Wednesday 
February 3,5,10,12,17,19,24,26
$40 per session or Fitness Punch Card or $8.00 drop in

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2/17/2020
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.
$28.00 per session,  $9.00 drop in fee, or Fitness Punch Card
Parks and Recreation Classroom
15 years and older
Monday
5:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.
February 3,10,17, 24

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2/18/2020
Ute Pass Social Club Luncheon

The Ute Pass Social Club is a fun group of women who enjoying eating and shopping and spending time getting better acquainted with the Pikes Peak area and with one another through social functions.
Some of our activities include: Luncheons, Bridge, Mahjongg, Sewing and Crafts, Hiking, Happy Hour, Poker, Book Club, Mexican Train, Bunco, Movie/Lunch combos, and more! 
Come join us for our monthly Club luncheon. Guests are welcome!
In February, we'll meet on Tues, the 18th at Flatiron’s – An American Bar & Grill,  2540 Tenderfoot Hill St in Colorado Springs (nearby the World Arena).
Social time is 12noon and the luncheon starts at 12:30pm.

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2/18/2020
Book Discussion Fire On The Mountain: The True Story of The South Canyon Fire

As Part of the All Teller Reads program Fire On The Mountain: The True Story of The South Canyon Fire  By John NMaclean will be discussed

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2/18/2020
Chamber Business After Hours

Host for this event is Park State Bank & Trust

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!


 

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2/18/2020
Beginner/Intermediate Tae Kwon Do

Begin your martial arts journey with a single kick! Build confidence, gain self-control, be more focused in school, learn self-defense and have a ton of fun, all in an environment of courtesy and respect.. 
LeeAnn Loss
Tuesday and Thursday
6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. Beginner/Intermediate
Parks and Recreation Classroom
February 4,6,11,13,18,20,25,27
$80 and $40.00 additional family members
Uniform Fee $30.00 paid to instructor. 

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2/19/2020
Microsoft Word Basics

MS Word is a word processing computer software program. In this basic class, learn how to create, edit, save, and print documents such as letters, lists and resumes. Prerequisite: Computer, mouse and keyboarding experience required.

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2/19/2020
Body Sculpt

This one hour total body workout is designed to improve muscle tone, increase core and muscular strength and flexibility. All fitness levels are welcome! 
Parks and Recreation Classroom
Monday and Wednesday 
February 3,5,10,12,17,19,24,26
$40 per session or Fitness Punch Card or $8.00 drop in

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2/19/2020
Fire Mitigation Discussion by Chief Tyler Lambert

As Part of the All Teller Reads program Chief Tyler Lambert from the NE Teller Fire District will be presenting about what to do for Fire Mitigation around the Teller County Area. (What to do to protect your property for the up coming fire season)

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2/19/2020
Mardi Gras Bingo

Mardi Gras Bingo.  Prize for Best Mardi Gras Costume.  Free King Cake!!  If you get the Baby, you win a prize!
Food for purchase:  Carmen, A Tapas Grill and Bar.  
UPCC Cash Bar.  
1st game starts at 6:30pm.  Come early to purchase food and drinks.  
Sponsored by the Ute Pass-Woodland Park Kiwanis.  Proceeds benefit the children of Teller County

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2/20/2020
Beginner/Intermediate Tae Kwon Do

Begin your martial arts journey with a single kick! Build confidence, gain self-control, be more focused in school, learn self-defense and have a ton of fun, all in an environment of courtesy and respect.. 
LeeAnn Loss
Tuesday and Thursday
6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. Beginner/Intermediate
Parks and Recreation Classroom
February 4,6,11,13,18,20,25,27
$80 and $40.00 additional family members
Uniform Fee $30.00 paid to instructor. 

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2/21/2020
LIVE MUSIC at the Woodland Country Lodge featuring Lissa Hanner

Free LIVE MUSIC at the Woodland Country Lodge featuring Lissa Hanner

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2/22/2020
 -2/23/2020
The Moose Is Loose Event

Run Wild with the Moose February 15 - March 1, 2020

Every February it’s a tradition, three weeks of locals and city folk on a mission.
Gathering to listen to the band, making the rounds for the winning poker hand.
Filling passes for the spending spree, collecting all kinds of things for free.

Other Activities on Feb. 22 include:
Feb. 22:    11 a.m. - 3 p.m. Teller County Regional Animal Shelter will showcase animal for adoption at Ute Pass Cultural Center - Midland Pavilion
Feb. 22:    11 a.m. - 3 p.m. My Life Unleashed will off animal clinics at Ute Pass Cultural Center - Midland Pavilion
                 11 - 11:45 a.m. My Life Unleashed: Teach your Dog to Heel without Pulling ($25 donation to TCRAS)
                 11:45 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. My Life Unleashed: Teach your Dog to Stop Jumping ($25 donation to TCRAS)
                 12:30 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. My Life Unleashed: AKC Canine Good Citizen Testing ($25 donation to TCRAS)
                 1:30 - 2 p.m. My Life Unleashed: Demonstration with Darwin the Dalmation
                 2 - 3 p.m. My Life Unleashed: Meet Darwin (Running for Divide's Mayor) Sponsors
Feb. 22:    Oxymorons Performance 2 - 3 p.m. The Historic Ute Inn, 204 W. Midland Ave.

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2/22/2020
LIVE MUSIC at the Woodland Country Lodge featuring Bob Volpe

Free LIVE MUSIC at the Woodland Country Lodge featuring Bob Volpe

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2/23/2020
Hike: School Pond Trail at Mueller State Park

Meet at Preacher’s Hollow Trailhead

Take a pleasant 2.5-mile hike through the winter woods with Naturalist Rose.

Trail conditions in winter can range from dry to 2 feet of snow, to snow packed and icy! You can check for conditions on our website. Snowshoes recommended. www.cpw.state.co.us/placestogo/parks/Mueller

Or call the Visitor Center 719-687-2366.


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2/24/2020
Body Sculpt

This one hour total body workout is designed to improve muscle tone, increase core and muscular strength and flexibility. All fitness levels are welcome! 
Parks and Recreation Classroom
Monday and Wednesday 
February 3,5,10,12,17,19,24,26
$40 per session or Fitness Punch Card or $8.00 drop in

more info...
2/24/2020
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.
$28.00 per session,  $9.00 drop in fee, or Fitness Punch Card
Parks and Recreation Classroom
15 years and older
Monday
5:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.
February 3,10,17, 24

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2/25/2020
Beginner/Intermediate Tae Kwon Do

Begin your martial arts journey with a single kick! Build confidence, gain self-control, be more focused in school, learn self-defense and have a ton of fun, all in an environment of courtesy and respect.. 
LeeAnn Loss
Tuesday and Thursday
6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. Beginner/Intermediate
Parks and Recreation Classroom
February 4,6,11,13,18,20,25,27
$80 and $40.00 additional family members
Uniform Fee $30.00 paid to instructor. 

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2/25/2020
Town Hall Meeting - Presentation of the 11 Charter Amendments

Join us as we present the eleven referred ordinances that will appear on the April 7, 2020 ballot for consideration in changing the City Charter.

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2/26/2020
Body Sculpt

This one hour total body workout is designed to improve muscle tone, increase core and muscular strength and flexibility. All fitness levels are welcome! 
Parks and Recreation Classroom
Monday and Wednesday 
February 3,5,10,12,17,19,24,26
$40 per session or Fitness Punch Card or $8.00 drop in

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2/26/2020
Community Placemaking Input and Engagement Meeting

The general public is invited to join Woodland Park Main Street and the City of Woodland Park for a community meeting.  You will learn about placemaking, walkablity, signage and facade improvement strategies for downtown Woodland Park.  The two hour program will be facilitated by Bud Tymczyszn, Consultant with Community Builders.  Come and share your ideas and opinions for improvements to our downtown business district!

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2/27/2020
Beginner/Intermediate Tae Kwon Do

Begin your martial arts journey with a single kick! Build confidence, gain self-control, be more focused in school, learn self-defense and have a ton of fun, all in an environment of courtesy and respect.. 
LeeAnn Loss
Tuesday and Thursday
6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. Beginner/Intermediate
Parks and Recreation Classroom
February 4,6,11,13,18,20,25,27
$80 and $40.00 additional family members
Uniform Fee $30.00 paid to instructor. 

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2/28/2020
LIVE MUSIC at the Woodland Country Lodge featuring Cari Dell

Free LIVE MUSIC at the Woodland Country Lodge featuring Cari Dell

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2/29/2020
Hike: Elk Meadow Trail at Mueller State Park

Meet at the Elk Meadow Trailhead

Join Naturalist Penny on this 2.5-mile hike on a favorite trail with great views of Pikes Peak.

Trail conditions in winter can range from dry to 2 feet of snow, to snow packed and icy! You can check for conditions on our website. Snowshoes recommended. www.cpw.state.co.us/placestogo/parks/Mueller

Or call the Visitor Center 719-687-2366.


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2/29/2020
 -3/1/2020
The Moose Is Loose Event

Run Wild with the Moose February 15 - March 1, 2020

Join the last weekend of fun.
Every February it’s a tradition, three weeks of locals and city folk on a mission.
Gathering to listen to the band, making the rounds for the winning poker hand.
Filling passes for the spending spree, collecting all kinds of things for free.

Other Activities on Feb. 29 include:
Feb. 29:    12 - 2 p.m. Meet the Woodland Park Community Cupboard - 110 W. Midland Avenue Plaza Area - In fromt of Colorado Gear Lab
Feb. 29:    2 - 3 p.m. Learn how to Line Dance at Dana's Dance - 210 W. Midland Avenue
                 3 - 4 p.m. Entertained by Woodland Park Dream Team Pep Band at Mountain View Yogurt Plus - 222 W. Midland Ave.
                 3 - 4 p.m. Leap Year Birthday Party Celebration at Mountain View Yogurt Plus - 222 W. Midland Ave.

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2/29/2020
CANCELLED - Family Dog Training - February/March - CANCELLED

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 fi rst class. Supply list will be provided at the fi rst
class; cost estimate $20-$50 depending on equipment choice.
CSCS
Saturdays, 9:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
February 29, March 7, 14, 21, 28, April
$150 for 6-Week Session
 

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2/29/2020
LIVE MUSIC at the Woodland Country Lodge featuring Super Chuck

Free LIVE MUSIC at the Woodland Country Lodge featuring Super Chuck

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