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Fine Arts Guild To Offer Barefoot In The Park And Dinner Theater

Looking for something fun and romantic to do with that special someone in your life? Why not make a reservation for the Fine Arts Guild Dinner Theater, Feb 13, presenting Barefoot in the Park? A romantic evening with troubadours, and light hearted romantic comedy. “Barefoot in the Park” is Neil Simon’s Broadway hit comedy about a young newlywed couple Paul and Corie Bratter.  Paul, an attorney by profession ...

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Rails In The Rockies XIII Comes To Town

The Train Show “Rails in the Rockies XIII” will take place in Estes Park at the Holiday Inn Conference Center on February 13th-14th, 2010, Saturday show hours are 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. and Sunday, 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. Come to the show and watch the model trains run, explore all of the finely detailed models, have your children participate in the children’s activities, shop for new and used railroad equipment, ...

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Estes Park Board Of Realtors® Announces Village Pizza Fundraiser

On Sunday, January 31, Village Pizza will host a fundraising event for the Estes Valley Workforce Downpayment Assistance Program. All you need to do to help is to enjoy lunch or dinner at Village Pizza...and Village Pizza proprietors John and Chris Cozad will donate a portion of their proceeds from Sunday, January 31, to the Downpayment Assistance Program. “This may be the easiest fundraiser ever,” comments ...

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Colorado’s Gift To The Nation

By: Vaughn Baker Rocky Mountain National Park  Superintendent In 2010, Rocky Mountain National Park will celebrate its 95th birthday. On January 26, 1915, President Woodrow Wilson signed the act establishing Rocky Mountain National Park. This culminated an effort by many in Colorado and elsewhere to set aside a scenic portion of the southern Rockies for the enjoyment of present and future generations. In es ...

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An Unbelievable Find!

This Saturday, January 30, at the Lake Shore Lodge Conference Center on Lake Estes, local residents will have their first-ever opportunity to view the 1914 Estes Park Alikasai, a short-lived summer newspaper previously written off as a fantasy, or a never-to-be-recovered artifact of Estes Park's past. Since its inception, the Estes Park History Rescue Project (EPHRP) has been offering large sums of money fo ...

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Colorful Characters Of Estes Park Now At Stanley Museum

The Stanley Museum is starting a new series of talks on Saturdays. January, 23, 30 and February 6, 13. Tom Danton does an hour and a half presentation at 1 p.m. called "Colorful Characters of Estes Park" There is $5 admission at the Stanley Museum. Tom will discuss how through the 150 years of Estes Park history, several people jump out as memorable personalities. Some of these include Enos Mills, FO Stanle ...

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Public Invited To Ceremony And Reception At Fire Station

Join officials on January 27 to mark the transition of fire services from the Town of Estes Park to the Estes Valley Fire Protection District On January 27 at 3:00 p.m., community members are invited to attend a ceremony and reception at the Dannels Fire Station, 901 North Saint Vrain Ave., to signify the transition of fire services from the Town of Estes Park to the Estes Valley Fire Protection District (E ...

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Winter Festival Deemed Successful

The first-ever Winter Festival was a total success according to Elizabeth Blanchard, Local Marketing District (LMD) Board Member who helped spearhead the event. An estimated 950 people participated in the event at Bond Park which included two chili cook-offs and wine & beer tasting, she said.  Even more people took advantage of the horse & carriage rides, massage specials, viewed the stars at the Ob ...

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