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Mountain Adventurer Gerry Roach To Speak At Library

A new season of adventure programs kicks off at the Estes Valley Library on Monday, April 19. For the past three years, these programs showcasing adventure travel, nature photography, and the spirit of discovery have been tremendously popular. This year’s series is built around the theme, “Our Wonderful World.” The season’s first program will feature longtime Boulder mountaineer and adventurer Gerry Roach i ...

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Time To Sign Up For Estes Park Learning Place Third Annual Spelling Bee

The Estes Park Learning Place is holding its Fourth Annual Adult Spelling Bee on Monday, May 3. Last year over 300 people came to watch and to cheer for their favorite team. In the end, Team BEElieve It, Allison Grime, Kerry Grimes and Walter Chaw were awarded the Estes Park Learning Place Annual Adult Spelling Bee traveling trophy. Who will win the traveling trophy at this year’s Bee? What It Is The Estes ...

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Quota Club’s Taste Of Estes To Be Held At Historic Stanley Hotel Saturday, April 22, 2010

By: Kris Hazelton It’s time to get your taste buds ready for a delicious evening at Quota Club of Estes Park’s 26th annual Taste of Estes event. This fun community tradition features 24 of some of the areas best restaurants offering savory samples of their menu offerings. There are a number of new participants this year offering up tastes of some of the best food in the Estes Valley. The Taste of Estes will ...

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Quota Club’s Easter Eggstravaganza This Saturday!

Quota Club’s annual Easter Egg Hunt take place this Saturday, April 3rd. This fun-filled spring event will be held once again this year at the Community Church of the Rockies, at 1700 Brodie Avenue. It will be fun for everyone as the kids search for over 6,500 Easter eggs and hunt for special prize eggs for every age group. (Kids 10 and under are invited to participate). The Easter Bunny will be there to me ...

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Time To Adopt A Duck Race Duck!

Last week, members of the Rotary Club Duck Race Committee gathered participating organizations at the Estes Valley Library and passed out their adoption forms. Now, it’s time to adopt a duck, there will be hundreds of great prizes to be won in this year’s Duck Race. Major prizes this year are valued at over $5,000 and include a Samsung 46 inch energy saving LED TV, HP Laptop Computer with selected software, ...

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Isabella Bird: A Living History Reenactment At The Estes Park Museum

Celebrate Women’s History Month with a special historical reenactment at the Estes Park Museum on Saturday, March 6th at 2:00 p.m. Linda Batlin will appear as Isabella Bird, a Victorian traveler widely acclaimed for her letters and sketches published during 1879 in A Lady’s Life in the Rocky Mountains. This book is considered to be the first deliberate account of a tourist experience in Estes Park and what ...

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An Unbelievable Find, Part II

Add the name J.E. Hanway to the list of early Estes Park newspaper editors. Hanway, who owned the Loveland Herald for about eight months before settling in Casper, Wyoming, published a paper in Estes Park in the summer of 1914 called the Estes Park Alikasai. The word "Alikasai" means "once upon a time" in the Hopi language, and until this year, the newspaper was thought to be a fairy tale, as no surviving c ...

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18th Annual Imagine This! Saturday

The Cultural Arts Council of Estes Park presents the 18th Annual Imagine This! on Saturday February 13, 2010.  Imagine This! will take place over the President’s Day weekend, and will be presented in a new location in at the Mountain View Bible Fellowship Gymnasium located at 1575 S. St. Vrain Ave. This family style arts festival provides experiences which are both fun and educational and are designed to te ...

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