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Imaginary Lines Opens This Weekend

"Imaginary Lines," a modern British comedy by Reggie Oliver, is the opening play of the 3rd season of Estes Park Repertoire Theatre Company. It will be performed on February 18, 19, 20, 25, 26, and 27. The play will be in a dinner theatre format at the Studio Theatre Peak to Peak American Grille. The dinner theme is British. Tickets for the dinner and show are $30 each and show only tickets are $15 each. Di ...

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19th Annual Imagine This!

The Cultural Arts Council of Estes Park invites persons of all ages to attend the 19th Annual Imagine This! slated for Saturday February 19, 2011. This family style arts festival provides experiences which are both fun and educational and are designed to teach young people an appreciation for the arts. Children can visit various booths taking away both hand-made treasures and fabulous learning experiences, ...

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Get Your Kicks On Spur 66! EPMC Foundation Gala Plans Underway

The History Behind Get Your Kicks on Spur 66! This Year’s Theme for Estes Park Medical Center Foundation’s Gala On Saturday, March 12, about 350 people will “get their kicks on Spur 66” at the Estes Park Medical Center Foundation’s annual Gala, a lively, entertaining event benefitting the Estes Park Medical Center. The evening will include dinner, dancing, a silent auction and a live auction with several un ...

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Library Hosts Exhibit: “By A Clearer Light”

The Estes Valley Library is hosting a special exhibition titled “By a Clearer Light,” featuring the work of landscape photographer David Halpern. Halpern served eleven times as a National Parks artist in residence, including four times at Rocky Mountain National Park. This exhibition, originally created to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the National Park Service in 1991, traveled across the country for ...

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Get Your Tickets For Spectacular Performance Of “My Way”

With nearly 1400 songs and more than 150 hits to his credit, Frank Sinatra serenaded multiple generations of Americans from the 1940s to the 1990s. Beginning in the Swing Era with big band leaders Harry James and Tommy Dorsey, Sinatra became an idol to young “bobby-soxers.” His early hits were numerous, among them great tunes such as “All or Nothing at All,” “Night and Day,” and “People Will Say We’re in Lo ...

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Duck Race Winners To Get High Tech Prizes

Big prize winners in this year’s Estes Park Duck Race will have a chance to take home a variety of high tech electronics ranging from a 46” Samsung LED flat screen TV to a weather station. “It’s another high tech Duck Race,” said Scott “Big Duck” Thompson, chairman of the Noon Rotary Club’s Duck Race Committee which stages the annual charitable fund raiser. “The committee again this year unanimously approve ...

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Ice Castle, Snowshoe Demos, Chili Cook-Off Featured At Estes Park Winter Festival

Explore a magical ice castle, learn how to snowshoe, taste award-winning chili and sip a variety of beer and wine at the 2nd Annual Estes Park Winter Festival, Martin Luther King Weekend, Jan. 14 through 17, 2011. This family festival partners with the 16th Annual Winter Trails Day held Saturday, Jan. 15 in Rocky Mountain National Park, offering a weekend jam packed with events. New this year is Jess Parris ...

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Estes Park Celebrates 10 Years Of Thanksgiving Community Gathering And Feast

On Thanksgiving Day this year, it may have been cold, but, approximately 500 gathered to feast upon a wonderful meal with all the trimmings served by an amazing staff of caring & passionate volunteers. Your community, Estes Park, is an incredible place filled with incredible people. Some attendees chose to share their thoughts about this unique community gathering. “How special to be with so many friend ...

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