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Chamber Lunch and Learn
8/5/2021
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Chamber's Annual Dinner (NEW DATE)
8/13/2021
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Chamber Business After Hours
8/17/2021
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Thursday, July 29, 2021
This Classic Victorian Melodrama tells the tale of New York gentleman Brett Armstrong, who in financial distress after a lost wager and falsely accused of forgery, must fake his own death and flee Manhattan for a new life in the rough and tumble mountain town of Cripple Creek, CO. He assumes a new identity and joins a team of hard rock miners who toil under the thumb of Roy Shatterly, a man as cruel as he is rich. All is well until Armstrong falls for Cigarette Starr, a beautiful and spirited mule skinner who has also caught Shatterly’s eye. Now, Armstrong must either deny his love or risk his freedom...and quite possibly his life! Loosely adapted by Cripple Creek's favorite playwright...Chris Sorensen from the classic melodramatic UNDER TWO FLAGS by Ouida.  

more info...

Thursday, July 29, 2021
Enjoy a favorite trail to visit the historic homestead of the Cahill brothers and see great views of Pikes Peak. Moderate 3- miles with Naturalist Marinne. Meet at Grouse Mountain Trailhead.
more info...

Thursday, July 29, 2021
Join Naturalist Ben for an adventure around Dragonfly Pond. See some wildflowers and aquatic insects! Complete some of your Junior Ranger book! Meet at Dragonfly Pond.
more info...

Thursday, July 29, 2021
A fun part of studying history, is tracing the connection of events, which lead to today. In this talk, we trace the connection of Henry VIII of England’s desire for a male heir to Colorado Statehood! Led by Volunteer Paul, every Thursday. Meet at the Amphitheatre.
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Friday, July 30, 2021
Based on Anita Loos’s 1925 bestseller of the same title, GENTLEMEN PREFER BLONDES follows Lorelei Lee, a blonde from Little Rock, Arkansas, who sails to Europe with her friend Dorothy where she plans to marry the delightfully rich Gus Esmond, son of America’s Button King. However, on her journey miscommunication, hijinks & just plain too much money lend themselves to confusion and hilarity in the plot of this Golden Age Musical. The play was made into a 1953 movie starring Marilyn Monroe & Jane Russell. Hit songs include “Diamonds Are A Girl’s Best Friend” & “Bye Bye, Baby”.

more info...

Friday, July 30, 2021

Our Vendors come from all over Colorado and provide a variety of products to choose from. Including, Colorado fruits and vegetables, fresh baked bread, honey, coffee, food trucks, and more. We have space for 100 vendors, providing a large variety of products.
 

If you are a vendor looking to sell at our market please apply here:

 https://wpfarmersmarket.com/selling-at-the-market 
 

If you have any questions or suggestions please email

 info@wpfarmersmarket.com 



 

more info...

Friday, July 30, 2021
Explore the underwater world of the pond to see who lives there! Led by Naturalist Linda. Meet at Dragonfly Pond.
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Friday, July 30, 2021
Make fun items using materials from nature! Ages 3 and up. Led by Volunteer Rusty. Meet at Camper Services.
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Friday, July 30, 2021
Unwind with a calm and relaxed hike out to Raven Ridge Overlook. Enjoy the natural beauty and colors that the sky provides for us. Led by Naturalist Ben. Meet at Outlook Ridge Trailhead.
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Saturday, July 31, 2021
This Classic Victorian Melodrama tells the tale of New York gentleman Brett Armstrong, who in financial distress after a lost wager and falsely accused of forgery, must fake his own death and flee Manhattan for a new life in the rough and tumble mountain town of Cripple Creek, CO. He assumes a new identity and joins a team of hard rock miners who toil under the thumb of Roy Shatterly, a man as cruel as he is rich. All is well until Armstrong falls for Cigarette Starr, a beautiful and spirited mule skinner who has also caught Shatterly’s eye. Now, Armstrong must either deny his love or risk his freedom...and quite possibly his life! Loosely adapted by Cripple Creek's favorite playwright...Chris Sorensen from the classic melodramatic UNDER TWO FLAGS by Ouida.  

more info...

Saturday, July 31, 2021
Join Volunteer Naturalist Nancy on a trip down in the montane forest to a lush canyon and scenic pond. This is a moderate to steep 5-mile hike, 700 feet elevation change. Bring lots of water. Meet at the Visitor Center.
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Saturday, July 31, 2021
Learn the basics of fly-fishing with Volunteer Craig. 8 years and up. Equipment provided. Meet at Dragonfly Pond.
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Saturday, July 31, 2021
Tours of the Cripple Creek & Victor Mining District will be offered this summer from the Victor Lowell Thomas Museum. The new tours will highlight gold rush history and gold mining.
 
The tours will be conducted using transportation and drivers from Parks & Recreation and an experienced tour guide from the Victor Lowell Thomas Museum. The tours will take the place of the public mine tours that were in pre-COVID-19 times offered by the Newmont Cripple Creek & Victor mine. The mine tours have been discontinued for changing mine operations safety standards as well as ongoing COVID-19 health concerns. All of the tour proceeds from the new tours will benefit Parks & Recreation and the Victor Lowell Thomas Museum, furthering the missions of both community-minded organizations as a win-win fundraising option for both.
 
The tours will provide the chance to learn about the district’s unique gold rush history – including gold mining old and new, pioneers, and ghost towns. Tours can be packaged with a walking tour of the Sunnyside Cemetery near Victor on select Saturdays this summer as well as with museum admission and gold panning.
 

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Saturday, July 31, 2021
The Ute Pass Cultural Center is hosting an outdoor cornhole tournament. There will be a 32 team limit, and any 2 person team can register to play in the double elimination tournament for a $100 entry fee. Players will receive a t-shirt along with a fun environment, complete with food trucks, beer tent, music, and more! Cash prizes will be given to the top 4 teams. Spectators may enter for free to cheer on their favorite team and enjoy the day outside.
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Saturday, July 31, 2021
Join us on a bingo adventure around the Lost Pond Picnic area. Led by Naturalist Ben. Meet at Lost Pond Picnic Area.
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Saturday, July 31, 2021
Join us with Eric Melvin, Angelyne and Maddie the amazing DEAF Cattle Dogs. There will be will a 2-hour appearance with video, discussion, presentation and meet and greet with Maddie. Handouts will be provided at the end of the show.
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Saturday, July 31, 2021
Chuckwagon Dinners are back at M Lazy C Ranch with Square Dancing, too!
Reservations are required

more info...

Saturday, July 31, 2021
Join us for campfire cooking tips and tricks at the Lost Pond Picnic area with Naturalist Marinne. Meet at Lost Pond Picnic Area.
more info...

Sunday, August 1, 2021
Based on Anita Loos’s 1925 bestseller of the same title, GENTLEMEN PREFER BLONDES follows Lorelei Lee, a blonde from Little Rock, Arkansas, who sails to Europe with her friend Dorothy where she plans to marry the delightfully rich Gus Esmond, son of America’s Button King. However, on her journey miscommunication, hijinks & just plain too much money lend themselves to confusion and hilarity in the plot of this Golden Age Musical. The play was made into a 1953 movie starring Marilyn Monroe & Jane Russell. Hit songs include “Diamonds Are A Girl’s Best Friend” & “Bye Bye, Baby”.

more info...

Monday, August 2, 2021 - Friday, August 6, 2021
Join us for a week of fun! Each day we will learn a new technique when it comes to art, including pencil and shading, painting, modeling clay and more. Kids will learn the history of art through hands on activities and get to take their creations home each day! Suitable for ages 8-12
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Tuesday, August 3, 2021
Based on Anita Loos’s 1925 bestseller of the same title, GENTLEMEN PREFER BLONDES follows Lorelei Lee, a blonde from Little Rock, Arkansas, who sails to Europe with her friend Dorothy where she plans to marry the delightfully rich Gus Esmond, son of America’s Button King. However, on her journey miscommunication, hijinks & just plain too much money lend themselves to confusion and hilarity in the plot of this Golden Age Musical. The play was made into a 1953 movie starring Marilyn Monroe & Jane Russell. Hit songs include “Diamonds Are A Girl’s Best Friend” & “Bye Bye, Baby”.

more info...

Tuesday, August 3, 2021
National Night out is an annual community-building campaign event that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie. Stay tuned for more information and if you'd like to have a booth at our event contact Deputy Bunting at buntingr@co.teller.co.us — at Memorial Park.

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Wednesday, August 4, 2021
This Classic Victorian Melodrama tells the tale of New York gentleman Brett Armstrong, who in financial distress after a lost wager and falsely accused of forgery, must fake his own death and flee Manhattan for a new life in the rough and tumble mountain town of Cripple Creek, CO. He assumes a new identity and joins a team of hard rock miners who toil under the thumb of Roy Shatterly, a man as cruel as he is rich. All is well until Armstrong falls for Cigarette Starr, a beautiful and spirited mule skinner who has also caught Shatterly’s eye. Now, Armstrong must either deny his love or risk his freedom...and quite possibly his life! Loosely adapted by Cripple Creek's favorite playwright...Chris Sorensen from the classic melodramatic UNDER TWO FLAGS by Ouida.  

more info...

Thursday, August 5, 2021
Based on Anita Loos’s 1925 bestseller of the same title, GENTLEMEN PREFER BLONDES follows Lorelei Lee, a blonde from Little Rock, Arkansas, who sails to Europe with her friend Dorothy where she plans to marry the delightfully rich Gus Esmond, son of America’s Button King. However, on her journey miscommunication, hijinks & just plain too much money lend themselves to confusion and hilarity in the plot of this Golden Age Musical. The play was made into a 1953 movie starring Marilyn Monroe & Jane Russell. Hit songs include “Diamonds Are A Girl’s Best Friend” & “Bye Bye, Baby”.

more info...

Thursday, August 5, 2021
Please join us for our Chamber Lunch and Learn Series. Add a tool each month to your "Business Thriving Tool Kit". Lunch is included.

Put Your Retirement Plan to Work
Presented by a Lee Taylor of Edward Jones



 

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Friday, August 6, 2021
This Classic Victorian Melodrama tells the tale of New York gentleman Brett Armstrong, who in financial distress after a lost wager and falsely accused of forgery, must fake his own death and flee Manhattan for a new life in the rough and tumble mountain town of Cripple Creek, CO. He assumes a new identity and joins a team of hard rock miners who toil under the thumb of Roy Shatterly, a man as cruel as he is rich. All is well until Armstrong falls for Cigarette Starr, a beautiful and spirited mule skinner who has also caught Shatterly’s eye. Now, Armstrong must either deny his love or risk his freedom...and quite possibly his life! Loosely adapted by Cripple Creek's favorite playwright...Chris Sorensen from the classic melodramatic UNDER TWO FLAGS by Ouida.  

more info...

Friday, August 6, 2021

Our Vendors come from all over Colorado and provide a variety of products to choose from. Including, Colorado fruits and vegetables, fresh baked bread, honey, coffee, food trucks, and more. We have space for 100 vendors, providing a large variety of products.
 

If you are a vendor looking to sell at our market please apply here:

 https://wpfarmersmarket.com/selling-at-the-market 
 

If you have any questions or suggestions please email

 info@wpfarmersmarket.com 



 

more info...

Saturday, August 7, 2021
Based on Anita Loos’s 1925 bestseller of the same title, GENTLEMEN PREFER BLONDES follows Lorelei Lee, a blonde from Little Rock, Arkansas, who sails to Europe with her friend Dorothy where she plans to marry the delightfully rich Gus Esmond, son of America’s Button King. However, on her journey miscommunication, hijinks & just plain too much money lend themselves to confusion and hilarity in the plot of this Golden Age Musical. The play was made into a 1953 movie starring Marilyn Monroe & Jane Russell. Hit songs include “Diamonds Are A Girl’s Best Friend” & “Bye Bye, Baby”.

more info...

Saturday, August 7, 2021
Saturday, August 7, 2021
Join us on our outdoor plaza for this annual event. We will have many animal rescue and support groups.
Keep checking our website for more in-depth details.

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Saturday, August 7, 2021
The 36th annual Mountain Arts Festival in beautiful Woodland Park brings thousands of art lovers every year.

This annual event brings artists from all over the country, and still has the small town feel with plenty of local artists also exhibiting their art. The 70 some artists registered run the gamut from watercolor, oil, and acrylic paintings to woodworking, from jewelry to sculptures, from metalwork to weavings, and from pottery to finely turned pens.  Every year the festival brings art lovers from all over the region.

Entry is free and there will be food and drink vendors on hand as well! $20 coupons are drawn every hour for attendees, which can then be used to purchase art from one of the fine artisans.
 

more info...

Saturday, August 7, 2021
Tours of the Cripple Creek & Victor Mining District will be offered this summer from the Victor Lowell Thomas Museum. The new tours will highlight gold rush history and gold mining.
 
The tours will be conducted using transportation and drivers from Parks & Recreation and an experienced tour guide from the Victor Lowell Thomas Museum. The tours will take the place of the public mine tours that were in pre-COVID-19 times offered by the Newmont Cripple Creek & Victor mine. The mine tours have been discontinued for changing mine operations safety standards as well as ongoing COVID-19 health concerns. All of the tour proceeds from the new tours will benefit Parks & Recreation and the Victor Lowell Thomas Museum, furthering the missions of both community-minded organizations as a win-win fundraising option for both.
 
The tours will provide the chance to learn about the district’s unique gold rush history – including gold mining old and new, pioneers, and ghost towns. Tours can be packaged with a walking tour of the Sunnyside Cemetery near Victor on select Saturdays this summer as well as with museum admission and gold panning.
 

more info...

Saturday, August 7, 2021

Join Habitat for Humanity of Teller County for the 13th annual Vino & Notes Festival.

This brings together some of Colorado’s finest wineries, great food, and local musicians such as Tiny Barge and the Big Chill. Vino & Notes 2021 will take place in Woodland Park’s beautiful Memorial Park on Saturday, August 7th from 12:00pm-8:30pm (exhibitors 12pm-6pm and music till 8:15pm). This wine, food, and jazz festival benefits Habitat for Humanity of Teller County.


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Saturday, August 7, 2021

Vice President Theodore Roosevelt visited Victor Aug. 9, 1901 to speak at the historic Gold Coin Club and tour the Portland and Gold Coin Mines. Roosevelt, portrayed by Don Moon of Colorado Springs, will portray Roosevelt at the Gold Coin Club Saturday, Aug. 7, almost 120 years after Roosevelt’s appearance. The event is a fundraiser for the Victor Lowell Thomas Museum. This will be one of Moon’s final appearances as he plans to retired at the end of 2021.

The event includes a “bully” reception at 2 p.m. with the Roosevelt presentation at 3 p.m.

Roosevelt visited Victor twice; the first in September of 1900.  The Rough Rider was run out of town by an angry mob but returned later in August of 1901 to accept apologies and to speak at Victor’s Gold Coin Club.  

In August of 1901, Roosevelt who was then U.S. vice president, rode the Short Line Railroad over the scenic route to Colorado Springs which is now known as Gold Camp Road. At one point near Rosemont, where travelers could see all the way to Kansas, he exclaimed: “This is the ride that bankrupts the English language.”

Roosevelt came back Aug. 9, 1901. He became the 26th president 35 days after he spoke in Victor in 1901 after William McKinley was assassinated. During his August visit the town threw a grand welcome for the vice president and he toured the underground workings of the Portland Mine. Roosevelt shook hand with nearly 3,000 people and was paraded through the streets. About 800 people crowded into the Gold Coin Club rooms to honor the vice president. Later that day Roosevelt was treated to an underground tour of the Gold Coin Mine and a train ride underneath the mountain to the Economic Mill southwest of Victor, followed by a train ride to Cripple Creek for a reception there.

The event is being sponsored by the Victor Lowell Thomas Museum. Advance reservations are highly recommended as seating is limited. Tickets are $20 each and include the reception and presentation. The event starts at 2 p.m. at the Gold Coin Club on Diamond Avenue west of North 4th Street. For more information and to make reservations visit VictorMuseum.com or call 719-689-5509.


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Sunday, August 8, 2021
This Classic Victorian Melodrama tells the tale of New York gentleman Brett Armstrong, who in financial distress after a lost wager and falsely accused of forgery, must fake his own death and flee Manhattan for a new life in the rough and tumble mountain town of Cripple Creek, CO. He assumes a new identity and joins a team of hard rock miners who toil under the thumb of Roy Shatterly, a man as cruel as he is rich. All is well until Armstrong falls for Cigarette Starr, a beautiful and spirited mule skinner who has also caught Shatterly’s eye. Now, Armstrong must either deny his love or risk his freedom...and quite possibly his life! Loosely adapted by Cripple Creek's favorite playwright...Chris Sorensen from the classic melodramatic UNDER TWO FLAGS by Ouida.  

more info...

Sunday, August 8, 2021
The 36th annual Mountain Arts Festival in beautiful Woodland Park brings thousands of art lovers every year.

This annual event brings artists from all over the country, and still has the small town feel with plenty of local artists also exhibiting their art. The 70 some artists registered run the gamut from watercolor, oil, and acrylic paintings to woodworking, from jewelry to sculptures, from metalwork to weavings, and from pottery to finely turned pens.  Every year the festival brings art lovers from all over the region.

Entry is free and there will be food and drink vendors on hand as well! $20 coupons are drawn every hour for attendees, which can then be used to purchase art from one of the fine artisans.
 

more info...

Tuesday, August 10, 2021
This Classic Victorian Melodrama tells the tale of New York gentleman Brett Armstrong, who in financial distress after a lost wager and falsely accused of forgery, must fake his own death and flee Manhattan for a new life in the rough and tumble mountain town of Cripple Creek, CO. He assumes a new identity and joins a team of hard rock miners who toil under the thumb of Roy Shatterly, a man as cruel as he is rich. All is well until Armstrong falls for Cigarette Starr, a beautiful and spirited mule skinner who has also caught Shatterly’s eye. Now, Armstrong must either deny his love or risk his freedom...and quite possibly his life! Loosely adapted by Cripple Creek's favorite playwright...Chris Sorensen from the classic melodramatic UNDER TWO FLAGS by Ouida.  

more info...

Tuesday, August 10, 2021
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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Wednesday, August 11, 2021
Based on Anita Loos’s 1925 bestseller of the same title, GENTLEMEN PREFER BLONDES follows Lorelei Lee, a blonde from Little Rock, Arkansas, who sails to Europe with her friend Dorothy where she plans to marry the delightfully rich Gus Esmond, son of America’s Button King. However, on her journey miscommunication, hijinks & just plain too much money lend themselves to confusion and hilarity in the plot of this Golden Age Musical. The play was made into a 1953 movie starring Marilyn Monroe & Jane Russell. Hit songs include “Diamonds Are A Girl’s Best Friend” & “Bye Bye, Baby”.

more info...

Wednesday, August 11, 2021
Mini Golf Course set up on the 3rd floor of the Woodland Park Public Library.  Fun for Everyone

 

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Wednesday, August 11, 2021
20th Annual TOUCH-A-TRUCK Day at Meadow Wood Sports Complex, Woodland Park. Wednesday, August 11th 10:00am - 12:00pm, FREE  event!
Kids come climb and crawl on more than 20 big trucks and emergency vehicles. Vehicles you can expect to experience are Fire Engines, Ambulance, Dump Trucks, Snow Plow, Street Sweeper, Police Car, Back Hoe, School Bus and more. For info find Touch-A-Truck on facebook

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Thursday, August 12, 2021
This Classic Victorian Melodrama tells the tale of New York gentleman Brett Armstrong, who in financial distress after a lost wager and falsely accused of forgery, must fake his own death and flee Manhattan for a new life in the rough and tumble mountain town of Cripple Creek, CO. He assumes a new identity and joins a team of hard rock miners who toil under the thumb of Roy Shatterly, a man as cruel as he is rich. All is well until Armstrong falls for Cigarette Starr, a beautiful and spirited mule skinner who has also caught Shatterly’s eye. Now, Armstrong must either deny his love or risk his freedom...and quite possibly his life! Loosely adapted by Cripple Creek's favorite playwright...Chris Sorensen from the classic melodramatic UNDER TWO FLAGS by Ouida.  

more info...

Thursday, August 12, 2021
Mini Golf Course set up on the 3rd floor of the Woodland Park Public Library.  Fun for Everyone

 

more info...

Friday, August 13, 2021
Based on Anita Loos’s 1925 bestseller of the same title, GENTLEMEN PREFER BLONDES follows Lorelei Lee, a blonde from Little Rock, Arkansas, who sails to Europe with her friend Dorothy where she plans to marry the delightfully rich Gus Esmond, son of America’s Button King. However, on her journey miscommunication, hijinks & just plain too much money lend themselves to confusion and hilarity in the plot of this Golden Age Musical. The play was made into a 1953 movie starring Marilyn Monroe & Jane Russell. Hit songs include “Diamonds Are A Girl’s Best Friend” & “Bye Bye, Baby”.

more info...

Friday, August 13, 2021

Our Vendors come from all over Colorado and provide a variety of products to choose from. Including, Colorado fruits and vegetables, fresh baked bread, honey, coffee, food trucks, and more. We have space for 100 vendors, providing a large variety of products.
 

If you are a vendor looking to sell at our market please apply here:

 https://wpfarmersmarket.com/selling-at-the-market 
 

If you have any questions or suggestions please email

 info@wpfarmersmarket.com 



 

more info...

Friday, August 13, 2021
Mini Golf Course set up on the 3rd floor of the Woodland Park Public Library.  Fun for Everyone

 

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Friday, August 13, 2021

 FRIDAY, AUGUST 13TH!

Join us for our "Annual Gala".  A Night of Entertainment, Recognition and Wondrous Fun.  
A date definitely to be reserved on your calendar and an event not to be missed.


 

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Saturday, August 14, 2021
This Classic Victorian Melodrama tells the tale of New York gentleman Brett Armstrong, who in financial distress after a lost wager and falsely accused of forgery, must fake his own death and flee Manhattan for a new life in the rough and tumble mountain town of Cripple Creek, CO. He assumes a new identity and joins a team of hard rock miners who toil under the thumb of Roy Shatterly, a man as cruel as he is rich. All is well until Armstrong falls for Cigarette Starr, a beautiful and spirited mule skinner who has also caught Shatterly’s eye. Now, Armstrong must either deny his love or risk his freedom...and quite possibly his life! Loosely adapted by Cripple Creek's favorite playwright...Chris Sorensen from the classic melodramatic UNDER TWO FLAGS by Ouida.  

more info...

Saturday, August 14, 2021
Event: 5K Run
Registration: Registration Opens June 28, 2021 at 8:00am MDT
Price: $25.00 Race Fee + $2.45 SignUp Fee
Registration: Registration ends August 13, 2021 at 4:00pm MDT

Event: 10K Run
Registration: Registration Opens June 28, 2021 at 8:00am MDT
Price: $25.00 Race Fee + $2.45 SignUp Fee
Registration: Registration ends August 13, 2021 at 4:00pm MDT

Event: Kids Fun Run
Kids Run will consist of a 50 yd and 100 yd dash to be held on Midland Ave. These races will be held before the 5k/10k runs.

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Saturday, August 14, 2021 - Sunday, August 15, 2021
While you are in town for Donkey Derby Days don't forget to swing by the Heritage Center to check out works of art produced by Teller County artists.  Many artists will be onsite during the show.
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Saturday, August 14, 2021
Saturday, August 14, 2021
Step back in time and learn about Victor’s 1890’s cemetery, its resident politicians, pioneers, and families, and the history that brought them to the gold mining camp. This event is sponsored by the Victor Lowell Thomas Museum and will be held on select Saturdays, June through September. Check VictorMuseum.com for schedules.
 
Local historian Veldean Myers will provide insights into the cemetery, its history and some of the residents who made up the human element of the gold rush. 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 1 p.m.
 

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Saturday, August 14, 2021
Join us at the Woodland Aquatic Center for Div-In Movies! Swim, float or lounge at poolside and enjoy a variety of films. Bring your own flotation devices or rent one from us! Regular pool admission will apply. Popcorn and concession Items will be available for purchase. This is a first come, first serve event; we will take guests until we reach out designated capacity. Please call Woodland Aquatic Center for film schedule. 
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Saturday, August 14, 2021
Chuckwagon Dinners are back at M Lazy C Ranch with Square Dancing, too!
Reservations are required

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Tuesday, August 17, 2021
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!

August 17 Business After Hours is hosted by Coldwell Banker 1st Choice Realty


 

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Friday, August 20, 2021 - Sunday, August 22, 2021
A Neil Simon comedy-drama, later made into a film with Walter Matthau & Ann-Margaret, that revolves around a struggling screenwriter suffering from writer's-block. One day his daughter, who barely remembers him as he abandoned his New York family 16 years earlier, arrives at his West Hollywood home. She is convinced that he can give her the Hollywood acting career she desires. Filled with guilt and demanding love, Libby not only forces her dad to deal with the responsibilities of parenthood, but to come to terms with his on-again/off-again relationship with his girlfriend Steffy. This is Neil Simon at his best which will have you laughing one minute and choked up with emotion the next.

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Friday, August 20, 2021

Our Vendors come from all over Colorado and provide a variety of products to choose from. Including, Colorado fruits and vegetables, fresh baked bread, honey, coffee, food trucks, and more. We have space for 100 vendors, providing a large variety of products.
 

If you are a vendor looking to sell at our market please apply here:

 https://wpfarmersmarket.com/selling-at-the-market 
 

If you have any questions or suggestions please email

 info@wpfarmersmarket.com 



 

more info...

Friday, August 20, 2021
Enjoy a night out while your kids have a blast at the pool! Your kids will swim, play games and eat pizza. Suitable for ages 6-17. 

 

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Saturday, August 21, 2021
Join Us!
Full Moon Tour is held on one Saturday night a month!
Our Full Moon Feeding Tour is the Friday before and Sunday after our Full Moon Tours.

Our FULL MOON TOURS are always once a month on a Saturday night. These fill up quickly, so make your reservations early!
We start with complimentary seasonal beverages and sweets and then begin the tour. At the end of the tour it is now dusk and we hike up to Chinook's Nature Trail.
There you will hear the story of the birth of CWWC by Darlene, our founder and owner. As the moon rises, we do a group "Howl at the Moon" and we'll hear the wolves howl back. The gift shop will be open after the tour.

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.
During the FULL MOON FEEDING TOUR you will meet our resident animals and observe them when they are most active...feeding time! Learn about hunting, howling and hierarchy from dedicated tour guides. 
Free snacks and beverages, plus a traditional group wolf howl will be performed at the end of the tour. 
The tour is approximately 1.5 hours. The gift shop will be open after the tour.


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Saturday, August 21, 2021
Mountain Top Cycling Club's 2021 Cycling Event!
30 miles and half century ride towards Tarryall reservoir, out of Lake George.

Saturda, August 21st
Aide stations at 15mi and 25mi.

ebikes welcome!

Website: 
https://mountaintopcyclingclub.com/woodland-park-cycling-events/tarry-it-up/
 

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Saturday, August 21, 2021
Tuesday, August 24, 2021 - Sunday, August 29, 2021
A Neil Simon comedy-drama, later made into a film with Walter Matthau & Ann-Margaret, that revolves around a struggling screenwriter suffering from writer's-block. One day his daughter, who barely remembers him as he abandoned his New York family 16 years earlier, arrives at his West Hollywood home. She is convinced that he can give her the Hollywood acting career she desires. Filled with guilt and demanding love, Libby not only forces her dad to deal with the responsibilities of parenthood, but to come to terms with his on-again/off-again relationship with his girlfriend Steffy. This is Neil Simon at his best which will have you laughing one minute and choked up with emotion the next.

more info...

Friday, August 27, 2021

Our Vendors come from all over Colorado and provide a variety of products to choose from. Including, Colorado fruits and vegetables, fresh baked bread, honey, coffee, food trucks, and more. We have space for 100 vendors, providing a large variety of products.
 

If you are a vendor looking to sell at our market please apply here:

 https://wpfarmersmarket.com/selling-at-the-market 
 

If you have any questions or suggestions please email

 info@wpfarmersmarket.com 



 

more info...

Friday, August 27, 2021
Movie Above the Clouds - Free Outdoor Family Friendly Movie on the lawn! 4th Friday at Sunset. Time: Movie starts at sunset Family Picnic: 1 hour before movie

BRING BLANKETS AND CHAIRS. We can't say what movie we are playing due to licensing,... but we will always post an image on our Facebook announcements.

Popcorn and Drinks are free during movie


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Saturday, August 28, 2021
This event is a grab bag of Science. Experience the excitement of illusions and become a Science Magician.
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Saturday, August 28, 2021
Step back in time and learn about Victor’s 1890’s cemetery, its resident politicians, pioneers, and families, and the history that brought them to the gold mining camp. This event is sponsored by the Victor Lowell Thomas Museum and will be held on select Saturdays, June through September. Check VictorMuseum.com for schedules.
 
Local historian Veldean Myers will provide insights into the cemetery, its history and some of the residents who made up the human element of the gold rush. 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 1 p.m.
 

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