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2013 USA Pro Challenge Professional Cycling Race Route Through Estes Park

The route for the 2013 USA Pro Challenge professional cycling stage race, taking place Aug. 19-25 in Colorado, will take riders on a heart-pounding journey through the breathtaking Colorado Rockies. The largest spectator event in the history of the state, the USA Pro Challenge continues to set records in professional cycling history by taking the riders to unprecedented elevations. In 2012, with a lead chan ...

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Shining Mountains Group Holds Annual Seminar

It’s almost time for the annual Shining Mountains “Mountain Safety/Leadership Seminar.” The event will take place on Saturday, May 11 from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. At this day long seminar, you will enhance your knowledge of the backcountry, trip planning, survival, weather, nutrition, group dynamics, essentials, leadership styles, leaving no trace and more. With the use of videos, narrated slides and stories followed ...

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Mayor Pinkham Proclaims Duck Race Day!

It’s official. Saturday, May 4th is now officially “Duck Race Day” in Estes Park. Mayor Bill Pinkham and Town Trustees made it so by official proclamation at Tuesday night’s board meeting. Mayor Pinkham presented the annual duck race proclamation to a flock of ducks from the Rotary Club of Estes Park, sponsor of the annual fundraiser for charity. Pinkham pointed out that the annual duck race raises over $10 ...

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Chills And Thrills

Chills and thrills are very much in season over the next two weeks at the Estes Valley Library. As a community partner with the first-ever Stanley Film Festival, the Library is hosting four events that will help offer a prelude to the weekend of events planned for May 2-5 at the Stanley Hotel and at other special locations around town. The horror genre has long been a popular and successful literary form, a ...

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Tickets Now On Sale For “The Giver”

The Fine Arts Guild of the Rockies announces performances of The Giver on April 26 and 27 at 7:30 p.m. and April 28 at 2:00 p.m. matinee at the Estes Park High School auditorium. The Giver, a beloved Newberry award winning novel by Lois Lowy, tells the story of eleven year old Jonas who believes his world to be perfect. Everything is under control and safe. There is no war or fear or pain. There are also no ...

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Inclement Weather Postpones Visioning Forum Scheduled for April 17

The Estes Park visioning forum scheduled for Wednesday, April 17 is postponed due to inclement weather. You may complete the online survey at estes.org through May 1 or attend the next scheduled meeting (information below). Next opportunity for community members to share vision for Estes Park's future April 24 Online survey now available at estes.org The Town of Estes Park is seeking community participation ...

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Home Fire Sprinklers Designed to Save Lives, Local Demonstration to Show How

More than 80 percent of all fire deaths occur in the home. Sprinklers and smoke alarms together cut your risk of dying in a home fire by 82% relative to having neither. Home fire sprinkler systems keep a fire small and reduce the amount of heat and smoke, giving people time to escape and in many cases they put the fire out completely. To help with understanding the benefits of having in-home fire sprinkler ...

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Estes Valley Job Fair Showcasing Work Opportunities

Job seekers will find lots of opportunities at this year’s Estes Valley Job Fair, with early employer participation running high. “I’m excited that local job seekers will find such a wide variety of employers participating this year,” said Jon Nicholas, Business Resource Coordinator at the Estes Valley Library. “For job seekers, nothing can beat the chance to see so many employers face-to-face,” Nicholas sa ...

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