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The Flamingo Flocking Continues!

The Longs Peak Rotary Club and its “FLOC” TEAM (Flamingo Location & Operations Committee) have been busy this past week with Flamingo Operations in full swing. Many local businesses and residences have awakened to a yard full of the flamboyant flamingos only finding themselves more than willing to pass the flamingos to their dearest friends and neighbors – thereby perpetuating the fundraiser. Others rea ...

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New Book On William Allen White’s Experiences In Moraine Park Unveiled By Ferrel Atkins At Museum

Long before William Allen White became a famed newspaper editor, political commentator, and Pulitzer Prize-winning author, he traveled from Kansas to Estes Park by train and by foot – a young college student on a 19th century summer trip with his buddies. It was a summer that would lead to more summers, and eventually change the course of his life. The affecting story of White’s relationship with Estes Park ...

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Attend Estes Park’s Solar And Green Home Tour 2010

Have you ever wondered…. “how does solar energy work? What do photovoltaic cells look like? How is solar energy stored? Would solar energy be a consideration for my home or business?” If so, you won’t want to miss Estes Park’s second annual Solar and Green Home Tour, sponsored by T.W. Beck Architects. It is part of the world’s largest grassroots solar event – the American Solar Energy Society’s (ASES) Natio ...

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5th Annual Estes Park Film Festival

Showcasing 35 of the latest independent films from around the world, the 5th Annual Estes Park Film Festival will take place September 17-19 at the Historic Park Theatre in beautiful Estes Park, Colorado at the gateway to Rocky Mountain National Park. Built in 1913, the Park Theatre is the oldest operating movie theatre west of the Mississippi and is on the national register of historic places. This Septemb ...

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Dream Of A Lifetime

By: Charley L. Dickey IV Living here in Estes Park, I am surrounded by many that have accomplished the task of climbing Longs Peak. Those that have failed attempts and those that have succeeded in reaching the summit have an understanding of the drive, desire and effort necessary to realize this goal. On July 15, Roy Kleinsorge sent me an e-mail asking if he and his son Eric could tag along with me up one o ...

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Wheel Bar Celebrates 65 Years In Business

This weekend the world famous Wheel Bar in Estes Park celebrates 65 years of serving Estes Park. To thank the community and all of the guests who have visited “The Wheel” throughout the years, the Nagl family invites everyone in for $1 well drinks and $1 domestic draft beers at their 65th Anniversary Party! The party takes place at The Wheel Bar, 132 E. Elkhorn Ave. on Sunday, August 29th from 4-8 p.m. The ...

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Estes Park Film Festival To Honor Actor Art LaFleur With Lifetime Achievement Award

Organizers of the Estes Park Film Festival recently announced that actor Art LaFleur will be the featured guest at the 5th annual event. Considered one of the greatest character actors in Hollywood, Art LaFleur has an extensive body of work in both film and television. A native of Gary, Indiana, LaFleur may be best-known for his performance as baseball player Babe Ruth in The Sandlot. LaFleur also appeared ...

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Kayaking The Inside Passage: An Adventure Story

In May of 2009, Phil Magistro and Apryle Craig embarked on a 1,250 mile sea kayak journey along the Inside Passage—through Washington, up the wild coast of British Columbia, and along the panhandle of Alaska into Glacier Bay. This kayaker’s dream-route not only passes through some of the most dramatic scenery of the Pacific Northwest, but also through the heart of the British Columbia salmon farming industr ...

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