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Rails In The Rockies Model Railroad Show February 15 & 16

Mark your calendars for Rails in the Rockies 2014 sponsored by The Estes Valley Division National Model Railroad Association. This year, Rails in the Rockies will celebrate their 17th Anniversary. Dates of the show are Saturday, February 15th from 9-5 and Sunday, February 16th from 9-4. Admission for adults is just $5, families-$20. (Children under 12 are admitted free with adult). Rails in the Rockies will ...

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Estes Valley Fire Protection District Seeking New Firefighters

The Estes Valley Fire Protection District is seeking highly motivated men and women with a desire to serve their community. Apply now and join the ranks of the volunteers currently serving the Estes Park area. Learn new skills and meet new people while earning the same certifications as paid fire personnel. From structure fires to search and rescue, and car accidents to medical emergencies, we do it all. A ...

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History And Heroes Sponsors An Evening Of Dinner, Inspiration Laughter and Stand Up Comedy

Bobby’s back! Enjoy an evening of dinner, inspiration, and laughter with stand-up comic Bobby Henline at LongZ Mountain Grill this Saturday, February 8, 2014 at 6:00 p.m. Those who attended the fundraiser at the Stanley Hotel last August for disabled veterans sponsored by History and Heroes, enjoyed veteran Bobby Henline’s hilarious stand-up routine. On his fourth tour of Iraq, Bobby survived an IED explosi ...

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Larimer County Assessor Steve Miller to Explain Property Taxes Post- flood

The Estes Park Board of Realtors and the Town of Estes Park welcome community members to a presentation by Larimer County Assessor Steve Miller on Friday, February 21 at 1 p.m. in the Town Board Room of Town Hall, 170 MacGregor Avenue. The Assessor’s Office has been working to identify the impact of the September flood on property assessments. Miller will explain how adjustments will be made to some propert ...

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April 1 Municipal Election Will Be Poll Ballot

In preparation for the April 1 Municipal Election, the Town of Estes Park is notifying registered voters within Estes Park Town limits that due to restrictions in the current State of Colorado election law, the election will be by poll ballot rather than mail ballot. Although the Legislature is working to correct the issue, it will not be resolved in sufficient time for the Town’s Municipal Election. The po ...

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Art Eats!

Bring a customized cake to your Super Bowl party! This Sunday, February 2 from 10:30 a.m. to noon, families, couples and friends are invited to visit the paintings on display in a short gallery tour and learn about the "impasto" style of painting for which artist Birger Sandzén became widely acclaimed. Impasto is a technique where paint, like cake frosting, is applied thickly to a surface in order to create ...

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Upcoming Estes Park Archives Program

It is unfortunate that so little is known or remembered about Jesse Jay, one of Estes Park’s most dynamic residents in the late 1930s and 1940s. His life and career as a young adult prior to coming west is well-documented, but researching his Rocky Mountain sojourn is a bit like sifting through stone artifacts left behind by the Ute or Arapaho to understand their history. The buildings Jesse Jay was respons ...

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