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Flood Mud Volleyball Tournament

“Fun-Raiser” For Flood Recovery Start warming up for Estes Park's Flood Mud Volleyball tournament, Saturday, Oct 12 -- Sign up to support local flood recovery: Where? Estes Park Fairgrounds Games begin at 11:00 a.m. Oct. 12. Free Entrance to watch games. Donations are accepted on site for Crossroads Ministries (Yup, they're a church, but more than that they're a community organiza ...

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October Estes Park Archives Programs

This Saturday, October 5, the Estes Park Archives kicks off its fall schedule of local history programs with the illustrated lecture "1899: The Year Nothing and Everything Happened in Estes Park." John Meissner, after extensive microfilm research and data-mining of various state and national archived newspaper sites, will explode some of the misconceptions surrounding this pivotal year from Estes Park's pas ...

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Huge Turn Out For Mountain Strong Community Event

Friday Night’s Mountain Strong Community Gathering was a smashing success at the Stanley Hotel. When planning the event, organizers estimated that about 200 would show up but after it was all said and done, it was estimated that over 1,000 people were in attendance at this event. The event, which was scheduled to begin at 6:00 p.m. had people streaming through the doors at 5:30. Entertainment for the evenin ...

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SBA Opens Business Recovery In Estes Park

The U. S. Small Business Administration (SBA) and the Colorado Small Business Development Center (SBDC) announce the opening of a Business Recovery Center (BRC) in Estes Park. The center is open now and is specifically designed to provide key financial and counseling services to businesses impacted by the severe storms, flooding, landslides and mudslides that began September 11, 2013. “Due to the severe pro ...

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Help the Library: Keep Your Books

The Estes Valley Library is currently working to recover from flood damage to the northwest section of its first floor. During recovery, the Library is maxed out on book storage space. You can help by keeping the books you currently have checked out until further notice. By keeping your books, you'll take a strain off our current reduced capacity for storage. Normal due dates are currently suspended, and an ...

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CANCELED-Cowboy Brad Kicks Off 21st Annual Autumn Gold Festival

Cowboy Brad’s interpretation of John Denver’s memorable songs will kick off the Autumn Gold Festival September 21-22, 2013 in Estes Park’s Bond Park. “As a songwriter, I am constantly inspired by the beauty of my Colorado home, my love of nature, and appreciation for my many blessings,” Brad said. This year John Denver Memories will be Cowboy Brad’s theme, and that will certainly include fan favorite “Rocky ...

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Tuskegee “Top Gun” Pilot To Speak In Estes Park

By: Doug Fox In May of 1949, 1st Lt. James Harvey III took off from Nellis Air Force Base in Nevada in an obsolete P-47N Thunderbolt propeller-driven fighter and flew into history. He and three other pilots who had trained at an air base in Alabama would distinguish themselves by winning the first Top Gun Weapons Meet in U.S. Air Force history. The winning team from the 332nd Fighter Group had outperformed ...

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Fall Elk Expeditions Sponsored By The Rocky Mountain Nature Association

By: Geoff Elliot, Olson Fellow Rocky Mountain National Park experiences many changes as summer comes to an end and autumn arrives, including the infusion of color into meadows and on the leaves of aspen or the migration of animals to their winter grounds. The arrival of fall also marks the beginning of the elk rut in Rocky Mountain National Park which showcases elk mating behavior, such as sparring, bugling ...

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