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Estes Park Archives Program On “Joe Halpern-The Invisible Man”

In August 1933, a brilliant 22-year-old astronomy graduate student named Joe Halpern, his parents, and a college classmate came to Estes Park to camp and hike in Rocky Mountain National Park. On the morning of August 15, Joe and his friend (identified in the Estes Park Trail newspaper accounts as "J. H. Garrich", but more likely Samuel Garrick) packed lunches, parked in the Bear Lake parking lot, and took t ...

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League Of Women Voters Sponsors First Ever FreeCycle In Estes

While you are digging out electronics for recycling on May 17th at the Fairgrounds, you may find plenty of other items to unload that could be reused by Estes Valley residents. In an effort to encourage as much Reuse as Recycling, the local League of Women Voters Community Recycling Committee is sponsoring a FreeCycle event the same day. Our event will be held during the same hours, 9 a.m.-1 p.m., at the la ...

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League Of Women Voters Candidate Forum

A Voter Forum in preparation for the Tuesday, May 6 election will be held on Thursday, April 24. The League of Women Voters of Estes Park will be offering to the voters of the Estes Valley an opportunity to hear from the candidates for the Estes Valley Recreation and Park District and the Estes Park Medical Center District. The forum will be held in the Municipal Building Board Room from 7-9 p.m. The four c ...

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Join Elijah Wood At The Stanley Film Festival April 24-27

The full Stanley Film Festival program has been announced and individual tickets are on sale now! We have four days of the best horror films you will see all year, in-person guests and a sampling of "side-show" experiences you won't want to miss. Elijah Wood and SpectreVision co-founders Daniel Noah and Josh Waller will be in attendance to accept the second annual Visionary Award. The award presentation wil ...

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Volunteers Needed For Duck Race Security

The Estes Park Duck Race needs volunteers to carry a big stick, push little ducks around, and keep people out of Fall River. “We need about 30 to 40 people to help corral the ducks as they float down Fall River, as well as making sure people don’t fall into the river,” said Ward Nelson, the “sheriff” of the duck race. Nelson said volunteers should contact him at (630) 846-1972 as soon as possible. On race d ...

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Thirty+ Businesses Are Now Hiring!

If you are looking for employment in Estes Park, you don’t not want to miss the 3rd Annual Estes Park Job Fair which will be held at The Rocky Mountain Park Inn on April 10th from 9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. This will be a big event where over 30 employers will be present and will be actively recruiting seasonal and long term employees. Participating employers represent a wide variety of industries including hospit ...

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James And Hulda Bachman To Speak At Kiwanis

At the Friday, April 4th Kiwanis breakfast meeting Hulda Bachman will be sharing her experiences as a prisoner in a Japanese concentration camp during WW II. Hulda is of Dutch decent and also an American citizen. She was born in Indonesia to Dutch colonial parentage two years before the Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor. Following the attack of December 7. 1941 on Pearl Harbor and the onset of the war all ca ...

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April 1 Municipal Election Information

The 2014 Municipal Election, a poll ballot election, will be held at Town Hall, 170 MacGregor Avenue, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. April 1. Absentee Ballots can be cast through 7 p.m. tomorrow, April 1 at the Town Clerk's office. All Absentee Ballots must be received by 7 p.m. April 1, when the polls close, in order to be counted - postmarks do not count. The State deadline to turn in Absentee Ballot requests was ...

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