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Get Tickets For Annual Historic Tour

Estes Park Museum Friends & Foundation, Inc. are pleased to announce the 2010 Historic Tour will be July 31st at the Elkhorn Lodge. Tour tickets go on sale to Friends members on the 25th of June and to the general public starting July 1st. This year's tour is one month later than in the past. Because the Elkhorn Lodge is an endangered historic property, this is the time to come see a major icon of Estes ...

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Fire Fighters Show Off Old Steam Water Pumpers

Robert Bishop-Cotner, Candidate for CU Regent, will be the special guest at the Morning Meetup on Friday, July 2nd .  All Democrats and others interested in supporting progress are invited to the breakfast meeting from 8 to 9 a.m. at the Notchtop Bakery and Café in Upper Stanley Village Bishop-Cotner is hoping to represent the people in Congressional District 4 for the six-year unpaid term on the University ...

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Observatory Public Night Thursday, June 24th 2010 In Estes Park

“Outdoor Lighting and the Night Sky” is the subject of this month’s Estes Valley Astronomical Society (EVAS) meeting.  EVAS in conjunction with The Estes Park Memorial Observatory is offering a free public open house/star night on Thursday June 24th, 2010. Our guest speaker this month is Dr. Andrea Schweitzer, an astronomer and board member of the Little Thompson Observatory in Berthoud. She was also the U. ...

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Presentation And Book Signing By Suzanne Silverthorn

Tourism in the early years of Estes Park was just as essential for the livelihood of the early settlers as it remains for the town’s businesses today. Historical author, Suzanne Silverthorn, from Grand Lake and Vail, Colorado will be in Estes Park on June 25th for a fascinating presentation on how tourism developed in the area and the influence that Roe Emery, and his “Circle Tour” featured in her book “Roc ...

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June 25 Ceremony Planned To Mark Completion Of Latest Phase Of Fall River Trail

On Friday, June 25 at 10:00 a.m., the community is invited to join Estes Park Mayor Bill Pinkham, Town Trustees and staff to celebrate the completion of the latest phase of the multi-use Fall River Trail. The ceremony and ribbon-cutting will take place on the trail between the entrance to Pine Haven, located at 1580 Fall River Road, and the Inn on Fall River, located at 1660 Fall River Road. Attendees are e ...

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Athletes Spirits Will Be Running High This Weekend

The Estes Park Marathon offers a unique course for runners and walkers. Designed in 2003, by former Race Director, Rick Life, the course remains one of marathon’s superior scenic routes and destination. Beginning south of Lake Estes, Community Drive is where you will see runners heading out for the 26.2 mile journey. The first five miles are along Fish Creek Road, heading south, which offers some of Estes P ...

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Activities For Young Folks At The Stanley Museum

Readers Theatre: The Estes Park Library Foundation begins a summer series of Reader’s Theatre for students. The sessions begin June 7th and run every Monday from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at the Stanley Museum. Admission is free. Script topics begin with Fractured Fairy Tales and span interests from Tall Tales to early American history throughout the summer. While the scripts are written for grades 3-5 reading ...

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Historic Elkhorn Lodge To Host Old Fashioned Chuck Wagon Dinners

The Elkhorn Lodge, an Estes Park mainstay, located at 600 W. Elkhorn Ave. is now hosting wonderful old fashioned cowboy chuck wagon suppers throughout the summer months. Wrangler chef Wishbone Van Kerrebrok has been a cowboy cook for over 30 years and is honored to bring back this wonderful piece of Americana to new generations of Americans and International visitors. These fun filled traditions will featur ...

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