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Estes Park Film Festival To Host Two Special Film Screenings

 Continuing their mission to educate, inspire, and advance a greater appreciation of independent cinema, the Estes Park Film Festival is set to host two special film screening events this month. The first event takes place on Monday, January 19th, and is a screening of David Modigliani’s “Crawford,” a documentary about the impact of President Bush’s relocation to the small town of Crawford, Texas, shortly ...

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Earth Fest This Saturday At The YMCA

The second annual Estes Earth Fest is dedicated to building community, exploring available options and practices for sustainable living, and raising support for local, national and global service-learning projects for a sustainable eco-culture. This event is to honor the earth and all inhabitants who share this planetary home. The Estes Earth Fest will be held this Saturday, January 17, 2009 with all event ...

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Examine The Rockies Through The Eyes Of Albert Bierstadt

On Saturday, January 10 at 2:00 p.m. the Estes Park Museum will welcome Professor Eleanor Moseman to present The Sublime and the Beautiful in Albert Bierstadt’s Landscapes of the West.  The Museum is located at 200 Fourth Street in Estes Park.  The lecture and slideshow is free and open to the public.  Doors open at 1:30 p.m. Albert Bierstadt, the German-born painter of the American West, is beloved in the ...

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Salvation Army Surpasses Goal!

Economy Fails To Hobble Effort- Enthusiasm And Dedication Trump A Struggling Economy By: Karen McClure A whopping $28,650, $3,650 over the goal of $25,000, had been contributed to the annual Salvation Army kettle campaign by Christmas Eve, according to treasurer Wayne Andersen. Campaign chair Randy Skeie, relentless in his efforts, coordinated a team of twenty-eight businesses and organizations and over two ...

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What The Heck Is SOPA?

By: Wayne Groome It sounds like a new soap or detergent, or maybe a disease from the lack of soap. Just kidding of course. SOPA stands for “Supporters of the Performing Arts.” They are the group behind the almost forgotten effort to build a state-of-the-art facility for the entertainment part of our community. I have heard it said that it is a group of misguided sophisticates trying to push a $3,500,000 bui ...

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Reception And Book Signing For James Pickering’s New Book About MacGregor Family

The Trustees of the Muriel L. MacGregor Charitable Trust are pleased to announce the publication of The MacGregors of Black Canyon: An American Story by James H. Pickering, Historian Laureate of Estes Park and Professor of English at the University of Houston. This important event in the life of the Ranch will be celebrated at a reception, book signing and talk to be held at Lake Shore Lodge on Friday, Dece ...

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Cowboy Brad And Kathy Fitch To Perform A Colorado Christmas

The public is invited to attend, A Colorado Christmas on December 12, 2008 featuring Brad & Kathy Fitch in the Longs Peak Room at the Aspen Lodge   located south of Estes Park on Hwy. 7. Doors will open at 7:00 p.m. and there will be a cash bar. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for children 12 and under. Curtain time for the concert is 7:30 p.m.  The concert is sponsored by the Cultural Arts Council of ...

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Making Spirits Bright This Holiday Season

By: Kris Hazelton Bright Christmas has been helping Estes Park area needy families provide a wonderful Christmas for their children for the last 24 years. This week, the many dedicated volunteers distributed mounds of toys, gifts, clothing and food to families in need this holiday season. This is the 24th year Bright Christmas has been in existence. The first year, the organization helped out five local fam ...

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