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Ice Is Nice!

Most people experience Rocky Mountain National Park in the winter on snowshoes or skis. But there is a small group of Estes Park women who call themselves the Blade Runners and whose goal it is to ice skate on as many lakes in RMNP as possible this winter. The local women are Colleen Demitros, Marti DeYoung, Joanne Moquin and Anne Sneary. Of this quartet, Marti DeYoung has skated on 18 lakes in the park and ...

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Dunraven Inn- Warm, Friendly And Newly Remodeled

The Dunraven Inn is a special place for many people. The restaurant offers charbroiled steaks, traditional Italian favorites, fresh seafood, fine wines and a full bar, all served in a unique atmosphere that only The Dunraven Inn can offer. Recently, The Dunraven Inn closed their doors for just five short days to make some changes and updates to their classic restaurant. Owners of The Dunraven Inn for 17 yea ...

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Proposed Historic Preservation Ordinance

At its regular March 8 meeting, the Estes Park Town Board will receive a presentation from the citizen-led Historic Preservation Ordinance Committee. The presentation will review the annotated draft voluntary Historic Preservation Ordinance for Estes Park and citizen feedback received on the draft ordinance. The meeting is scheduled for 7 p.m. in the Town Board Room of Town Hall, 170 MacGregor Avenue. Citiz ...

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Nominate Outstanding Community Members For The Estes Park Pride Awards

Know someone who deserves community recognition for their outstanding efforts? The Town of Estes Park is accepting nominations for the sixth annual Estes Park Pride Awards. Awards will be made in the categories of Volunteer of the Year, Teacher of the Year and Business Person of the Year. Nomination forms are available in Room 150 at Town Hall, 170 MacGregor Avenue, and at Forms ...

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Estes Valley Land Trust Announces New Office Location

The Estes Valley Land Trust is pleased to announce a new office location. A community open house is scheduled for Thursday, March 3rd from 4 to 7 p.m. The public and all Estes Valley Land Trust friends and members are invited to join in the celebration. Stop by to see the new facilities, enjoy a snack and beverage, greet board members and staff, and learn about the conservation efforts of the Land Trust. Th ...

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Habitat For Humanity Seeking Volunteers

Once again, Habitat for Humanity of Estes Valley is about the start a fine new home for a local deserving family and is in need of volunteers and cash to finish the project. Habitat for Humanity hopes that many can join them by considering volunteering, contributing cash or even “adopting” a part of the project as some organizations have done in other locations. Small groups of volunteers are most needed bu ...

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Elkhorn Lodge Ski Adventure Park Redevelopment Proposal

WEB ONLY FEATURE The following notes are taken while present at the town meeting by: Tricia King. They are not verbatim or part of the committee presenting the proposal,  points pertain to overall flow and progress of this proposal. Frank Thiese - A resident of Estes Park for 12 years and knowledgeable in old historic renovation/preservation of buildings. Points presented by Frank: • Read a statement by Bil ...

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Questions Answered: Proposed Historic Preservation Ordinance

By: Estes Park Historian Laureate Jim Pickering January 21, 2011 The citizen-led Historic Preservation Ordinance Committee is seeking citizen feedback on a draft voluntary historic preservation ordinance for Estes Park. The ordinance would help to better document and preserve the unique character and history of Estes Park by allowing Town property owners who wish to participate to have their homes and busin ...

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