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Alpaca Show & Market This Weekend At Stanley Park Fairgrounds

The Estes Park Alpaca Show and Market, sponsored by SwitzerLand Farms takes place this weekend at the Stanley Park Fairgrounds in Barn W. The show features Alpaca spinning, weaving and knitting, alpacas will be on display and for sale. Alpacas belong to the family of New World Camelids, which not only includes alpacas and paco vicunas. They produce fiber that is luxurious and strong. This wonderful fiber th ...

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Town Accepting Applications For Community Service Grants

The Town of Estes Park is in now accepting applications for grant funding from organizations that provide services in the Estes Park area. The Town appropriates money to non-profit organizations at the discretion of the Town Board, subject to current Town Board goals and availability of funds. Traditionally, organizations have been funded under the general categories of Human Services, Arts, Education, Yout ...

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Alicia Mittelman New Curator/PIO Of Estes Park Museum

Mittelman, who joined the staff in August, has an M.A. from the George Washington University, Washington, D.C. in Museum Education and a B.A. from Saint Michael’s College, Colchester, VT in Anthropology and Sociology. While in Washington, D.C., Mittelman worked at the National Museum of Natural History, the International Spy Museum, the Hillwood Estate Museum and Gardens, and the Robert Brent Museum Magnet ...

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Community Emergency Response Team Recruiting New Members

Citizens are encouraged to sign up for the Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) trainings, which will take place September 14 through October 8. Classes will be held from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. on Monday and Thursday evenings at the Dannels Fire Station, located at 901 North Saint Vrain Ave. The series is free; space is limited to 20 individuals. For more information or to sign up, please contact Amanda Nagl ...

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Senators Udall And McCain Visit Estes Park To Discuss Climate Change Impacts In RMNP

On Monday morning, U.S. senators Mark Udall and John McCain came to Estes Park to learn about climate change in Rocky Mountain National Park and to hold a Field Hearing of the Energy and Natural Resources Subcommittee at the Town Hall board room. The senators took a short hike into the meadow at Hollowell Park in Rocky Mountain National Park, looking for signs of global warming from bark beetle infestations ...

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Author C.J. Box To Speak At Library Foundation Dinner

Award-winning Wyoming writer C.J. Box is a man who has lived close to the life he writes about. The author of 11 novels, most of them a series featuring a Wyoming game warden, Box rides, skis, fishes and enjoys rodeo. He will be the featured speaker at the Estes Park Library Foundation 14th annual benefit dinner at the Lake Shore Lodge on Sunday, September 27. Box was born in Casper, Wyoming and currently l ...

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Estes Park Film Festival Announces Official Selections

World premiers, international films, and a special pre-release sneak preview on tap for the fourth annual event. Showcasing over 40 independent films from around the world, the 4th Annual Estes Park Film Festival will take place September 17-20 at the Historic Park Theatre in downtown Estes Park, Colorado. Built in 1913, the Park Theatre is the oldest operating movie theatre west of the Mississippi and is o ...

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Longs Peak-A History

Longs Peak, the 14,259-foot mountain dominating the landscape above Estes Park, is a coveted destination for hikers and climbers from all over the world. Longs Peak also has one of the most colorful histories of any of North America’s mountains. On Saturday, August 22 at 1:00 p.m., avid Longspeaker Dr. Jim Detterline will present an overview of the history of Longs Peak, illustrated with color slides, at th ...

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