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Boy Scout working on Community Project in need of excavator
Hello everyone, I am a local boy scout in Conifer (troop 400) and I am currently working on an eagle project and in need of an
excavator or someone who is willing to donate some time and equipment who can grade a hill. My project is building stairs on the
east side of Conifer High school in front of the softball field. Lots of kids such as marching band students and football players
use the hill almost every day conveying back and forth to the school and field. My goal is to prevent any further injuries of people
falling down the hill, as I have done myself. I have most of the materials for the stairs, but I need an excavator to grade the hill,
it would save time and be more efficient than doing the work by hand. If anyone can help on the weekend of July 28th please contact
me at or by cell/text at 720-546-4319.

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3 Garcia's-Live music with Tom and his "imagination band" Friday the 13th from 6-9PM at 3 Garcia's. Solo :dancing:
acoustic guitar, vocals, and harmonica.

The Bloom (Disc Golf Tournament)- 2018-Fri-Sun, July 13-15, 2018 at Bailey DGC in Bailey, CO. :tomato:
Pro A-tier / Amateur B-tier To learn more: ... Bloom_2018

StageDoor Theatre presents Joseph & the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat-July 13th through 29th, Featuring the Adult Company, :duel:
one of the most enduring shows of all time comes to life at StageDoor Theatre. The story of Joseph, his father and eleven
brothers, and the coat of many colors is told entirely through song, with the help of the main character, Narrator. The
story follows the preferred son Joseph, who, after being sold into slavery by his brothers, ends up in jail for refusing
the amorous advances of his patron's wife, where he there discovers his abilities to interpret dreams. This brings him to
the attention of the mighty but troubled Elvis-inspired Pharaoh. Joseph solves the nations famine problem, which results
in his elevation to the position of Pharaoh's right-hand man and reunites him with his family. This show carries a G rating.
The show runs from July 13 – 29, 2018. Curtain on Friday and Saturdays is at 7:30 pm. Matinees on July 21 & 29 begin at 2 pm.
The cost for tickets is $20 - $25, with a 20% discount for groups of 10 or more. You may purchase tickets at The theatre is located at 25797 Conifer Road, Conifer CO, 80433. Box Office: 303-838-0809.

Wendy’s Wild Flowers-July 14th, Community Weed pulling and Wild Flower Planting – meet at Alma Town :love:
Hall, 9 am . Also following this will Lunch & beverages be served.(Alma Foundation)Alma,CO.719-836-2712

Night in the Park- July 14, 6 PM to 10 PM, Celebrating 26 Years of Land and Water Conservation with Mountain
Area Land Trust (MALT).Join MALT for live music, cocktails and appetizers followed by a catered dinner at
Alderfer/Three Sisters Open Space Park. Proceeds benefit the conservation work of Mountain Area Land Trust.
More Details:

Notice is hereby given that the annual meeting of the Burland Homeowners Association, Inc. will be held on Saturday, July 14, :)
2018 at 10:00 a.m., at Weakland Fawks Park, Burland/Conifer Drives, Bailey. The following matters will come before the members
and directors at that time. (Members must have been a member for 30 days prior to the election to be eligible to vote.)
1. The election of the President and Vice President.
2. The election of eight Directors, one each from the eight districts in Burland Ranchettes.
3. Following the election of Directors, the Directors will elect the Secretary and Treasurer.
4. Any other matters that may properly come before the meeting. Burland Homeowners Association, Inc.
By: Debe Whitford - Secretary Come Meet Your Neighbors
We will be having our Annual Picnic after the election of your Board from 11:00am until 1:00pm Bring your appetite and side
dish, dessert, or salad.Congratulations on becoming a “Firewise Community” ! Find out more information from your Firewise
Committee and Fire Adapted Bailey (FAB).Don’t be shy! We encourage questions, suggestions and any concerns you may have.
We want to thank all of you who volunteered with our mitigation projects. Without you they would not have been a success!
Burland HOA Po Box 372 | Bailey, Co 80421 , ,

Mid-Summer Mountain Home Show-July 14, 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM, Location:The corner of Barkley Road and Highway 73 in Conifer. :hugs:
On the front lawn of the Perfection Painting Building (shares a parking lot with The Well and Magpie Mercantile) Home Show
featuring booths which showcase businesses. Local companies will have information about their business and be available to
talk and answer your questions.Perfection Painting and Mom's Maid Service of Conifer will be providing free food and drinks.
Live music begins next door at The Well at 2 p.m. All are welcome to come and meet, chat and mingle with your neighboring
business owners! Kate Gould(303)435-3100

2nd annual Stand Up Paddleboard Race on Evergreen Lake-July 14th, 2018, 7:00 AM - 9:00 AM, Evergreen Lake House, :applause:
29612 Upper Bear Creek Rd, Evergreen, CO. Competitors will take loops around the 40-acre lake, with youth traveling
250 yards, adults 1,000 yards and seniors 750 yards. All competitors must be standing; no kneeling. All competitors
must wear personal flotation devices. Adults and Seniors - $40 Youth - $25. For more details: Race Director Stacy
Lohr, or 720-880-1311

The Bull Moose JULY 14 & 15 – WESTERN DAYS, Chance to Wear
Your Western Finery, Line Dance & Enjoy Music,July 14 – Dave German, Lissa Hanner, & Super Chuck Start at 2:00 PM
July 15 – Piz & Pitbull Music & Line Dancing with Louise 2:00 PM, 1245 2nd St, Guffey, CO.

Wine and Washes Dog Adoption Event and Wine Tasting-July 15th, 11 AM - 3 PM, is sponsored by Tallgrass Spa, Creekside Cellars, :dog:
Evergreen National Bank.This event is a blast to attend. We set up in the drive through of the Evergreen National Bank drive-
through 28016 Hwy 74, Evergreen, CO.There is wine for sale (of course), lots of local restaurants nearby, we are right next
store to Creekside Cellars (yummy) and across the street from several fun little places to grab a bite. There will be a live
band too! We set-up baby pools and wash all the dirty dogs of the community to raise money for EAPL and their owners get a
glass of wine (or a bottle of water) as part of the $20.00 fee. Grab a dirty dog and plan on coming out and lets have a blast

C&S Railroad History(Hosted by Conifer Historical Society & Museum)-July 15th, at 1 PM - 2:30 PM, 26951 Barkley Road, :elk dance:
Conifer, CO. We welcome Tom and Denise Klinger, local authors and Railroad Aficionados. They will share slides and
stories from the past of the C&S Railroad's Clear Creek District and Platte Canon District. Tickets are $8/$10 (m/n). Our programs
usually sell out ahead of time, so please visit to reserve your seats today! You can get tickets at
(tickets still available)

VFW Post 12009 Breakfast-July 15, 7:30 AM - 11:30 AM, Beaver Ranch, Conifer Community Park, 11369 S Foxton :coffee:
Rd. Conifer, CO. Support our local veterans and enjoy one of the best homemade breakfasts around! Adults -
$9 / Children under 12 - $5, All you can eat. Terry Lyons 303.838.8773

Staunton State Park-July 15th, Archery in the Park! 10 am-3 pm, (303) 816-0912 :wiggle:
Come enjoy archery! All skill levels welcome. This event is Instructor guided. All equipment is provided. Fun for all ages!
Fishing equipment, including bait, available to borrow for the day. Pickup at archery range near upper parking lot

Staunton State Park-July 17th,24th,31st, Wildflower Hike 10 am ,Take a wildflower hike with a plant expert! :picking on me:
Learn interesting facts and some fun fiction about Staunton’s beautiful wildflowers! (303) 816-0912

Park County Fair-July 18th Fairplay,CO. :wavingflag:
12 pm- 5 pm 4-H Dog Show at Fair Barn
1 pm-3 pm 4-H Poultry Show at Small Animal Barn
3 pm-5 pm 4-H Rabbit Show at Small Animal Barn
5 pm-5.30 pm Open Small Animal at Small Animal Barn
5.30 pm-6.30 pm 4-H Small Animal Round Robin (Dog, Poultry, and Rabbit) at Fair Barn

Early Childhood Discovery Hike (hosted by Mosquito Range Heritage Initiative)-July 18th, 11 am-noon, There is no :nyah:
charge for the hike. Meet at USFS Beaver Creek Trailhead for a very leisurely parent-child nature hike tailored
for young children ages two to six. Let's help them grow a love for the outdoors. Bring water and be prepared
to get a little dirty. For more information, email

Colorado Serenity Summer Schmoozers-July 18, 5:00 PM - 7:00, Lariat Lodge, 27618 Fireweed Drive, :elk dance:
Evergreen,CO. Networking, food, drinks, music by Johnny Turner and fun. 303-670-5448

Park County Fair-July 18th-22nd, Fairplay, CO. Fun for the whole family. Some of the most beautiful quilts in the :woot:
county, 4-H horse, livestock, poultry, rabbit, lamb and beef competitions; open class exhibits in areas such as
gardening are among the highlights. Events include sheep,lamb and market beef shows; the kidscalf events ; Fair
Rodeo; Ranch Rodeo, live entertainment; a concert and dance; and a beer garden. Saturday's events feature True
West Barrel Racing, bicycle rodeo and open gymnkana. The day caps off with the 5-8 pm Buyers Dinner. Sunday events
begin 7.30 am with Cowboy Church followed by a pancake breakfast at 8.30 am. For more information call 719-836-4296
Park County Fair is looking for volunteers to act as Ambassadors for the Fair. The Fair is growing and we need the
communities help in putting on this fun filled, family event. If you or your group is interested in volunteering
please go to the sign up genius link
go=c.SignUpSearch&eid=0FC6CADEF4CEFF60&cs=09B5BAD98FBC8B107B0B64725BB09BCE&sortby=l.title to sign up or email Volunteer
Coorodinator Chet at

Park County Fair-July 19th Fairplay,CO. :wavingflag:
8 am 4-H English & Western Show at South Arena
11 am-1 pm Trail Course Judging at South Arena
12 pm Carnival
12 pm Tiny Tot Open Livestock Show at Fair Barn
1 pm-3 pm Open Livestock Judging at Fair Barn
1 pm Pie Eating Contest at Event Tent
1.30 pm Gymkhana at South Arena
2 pm Kids Mac N Cheese Contest at Event Tent
2 pm PCH Talent Show at Brannan Outdoor Stage
3 pm Painting Class w/Social Media Creations at Event Tent
4.30 4-H Swine Show at FairBarn
7 pm Royalty Coronation (Chili Cook Off) at Event Tent
8 pm Gus Meza at Brannon Outdoor Stage
8 pm Family Movie Night at Fair Barn

Park County Fair-July 20th Fairplay,CO. :wavingflag:
9 am 4-H Dairy & Market Goat Show at Fair Barn
12 pm Carnival
12.30 pm 4-H Market Sheep Show at Fair Barn
1.30 pm 4-H Breeding Ewes Show at Fair Barn
2 pm Lamb Lead Show at Fair Barn
2 pm Danger Magik Show at Brannan Outdoor Stage
2.30 4-H Breeding Heifers Show at Fair Barn
3 pm-5.30 pm 4-H Market Beef Show at Fair Barn
4.30 pm Danger Magik Show at Brannan Outdoor Stage
6 pm Park County Rodeo at Joe Lynch Arena-admission:Ages 15 + $5, under 15 -free
noon to 9 pm Beer Garden

Annual Festival in the Clouds by Alma Foundation-July 20th-22nd, outdoor art and music festival includes about 25 bands and :calvin:
40 regional artists annually. In addition to fabulous art and music, the event features delicious food, children’s activities,
a beer garden, dancing and more. Alma,CO.

Guffey steampunk Festival-July 21st, 10 am, at the Bull Moose Restaurant, 1245 2nd St, Guffey, CO. :groovin:
All day live entertainment, including Piz and Pit Bull, Hipbone and Rudy Carrillo. There will also
be children's activities, a photo and face painting booth, an old time skit, a silent auction, and
prizes for best steampunk attire. All donations and proceeds form the events go right back to Guffey
and Epps.

4th Annual South Park Throw Down-July 21, 2018 at Two Mile High Disc Golf Course in Fairplay, Colorado :tomato:
PDGA sanctioned singles Disc Golf tournament. Online registration opens May 22, 8:00 pm MST. To learn
more: ... _Down_2018

2018 Park County Junior Livestock Auction(Hosted by Park County Livestock Commitee)-July 21 at 3 PM - 7 PM, :)
Park County 4-H Clubs, 880 Bogue St,Fairplay,CO. Come on out and support the local kids of Park County for
the 2018 Annual Junior Livestock Auction! Quality meat, raised by quality kids! This meat is high quality
meat raised by kids from the local 4-H program. They learn the essential lessons in raising healthy and high
quality meat. Come help support these hard working leaders of tomorrow!(719)836-4296 Pre-Register @

Park County Fair-July 21st Fairplay,CO. :wavingflag:
8-9 am 4-H Large Animal Round Robin at Fair Barn
9 am-3 pm True West Barrel Racing at Joe Lynch Arena
10 am Bicycle Rodeo(must have your own bike) at TBD
10 am-2 pm Open Gymkhana at South Arena
12 pm Carnival
TBD Beer Garden
2 pm Danger Magik Show at Brannan Outdoor Stage
3 pm Junior Livestock Auction at Fair Barn
4.30 pm Danger Magik Show at Brannan Outdoor Stage
5 pm-7 pm Buyers & Public Dinner at Event Tent
6 pm Park County Fair Rodeo at Joe Linch Arena featuring the Westernaires ,Edmission:15 + $5, under 15 free
8 pm Richie Law and the Southern Routes at Brannan Outdoor Stage

Annual Race in the Clouds-July 21st,six to 18 mile bike mountain bike race starting at Alma Fire Station, :hugegrin:
registration 8 am. Put on by Alma Foundation and North-West Fire Protection District. More information
call 719-836-2144 or

Dinner and Bingo in Historic Como-July 21st, The Como Civic Association invites you to attend Bingo and Dinner in historic :gotcha:
Como, Colorado at the green and white schoolhouse in Como! Dinner starts at 6pm. $5 Adults, $3 kids. Bingo $10 for 10 games
including the famous $100 blackout round, Bingo starts at 7pm. ..The Como Civic Association welcomes volunteers to assist in
serving dinner, bingo setup/cleanup, etc. For more info contact Sandra Doran, 303-807-4273

Life Bridge Food Pantry, Food Drive-July 21, 1:00 PM - 5:00, at King Soopers, Conifer,CO. Please help us fill our shelves :love:
and feed our community! All donations will remain right in the 285 corridor and help those in our community who need our
support the most! Non-perishable food items, grocery gift cards and cash are all greatly appreciated!

Palette of Brews-July 21,11:00 AM - 5:00 PM, on the left at the intersection of Evergreen Parkway/Hwy 74 & Squaw Pass Rd. :beer:
Evergreen's premier beer tasting event, Palette of Brews, now in its seventh year, features Colorado microbreweries serving
unlimited tastes to ticket holders 21 years of age and older. This tasting event is Saturday only, 11am-5pm. Your ticket to the
unlimited tastes is only $20 for online advanced sales and $25 at the festival. You must pay the $5 admission to the festival
as well. In addition, there will be beer, wine, and margaritas from sponsor, Coyote Gold, for sale for those who want more than
a taste. Tickets will be available in June, 2018. No smoking or pets are allowed at the festival site.

Staunton State Park-July 21st, Wildlife Photography Hike! 10am Learn how to take breathtaking photographs! Bring your :)
own camera for a short instructional class and then hike with a photographer along the beautiful trails to use your
new skills to photograph the many wonders of Staunton State Park! Fishing equipment including bait available to borrow
for the day. Pickup at Interpreter’s Table near upper parking lot. (303) 816-0912

Staunton State Park-July 21st & 22nd, Hummingbirds,Interpreter’s Table 10am-3p Did you know that hummingbirds have :waving:
really long tongues that wrap around their brains? Come learn other amazing facts about these tiny creatures.
Fishing equipment, including bait, available to borrow for the day. Pickup Interpreter’s table near upper parking lot.
(303) 816-0912

SUMMERFEST-July 21st & 22nd, 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM, The festival will be on the left at the intersection of Evergreen :dancing:
Parkway/Hwy 74 & Squaw Pass Rd. A family-friendly festival of art, crafts, music, and beer! This weekend of fun is
located at the Buchanan Park athletic fields only five minutes from the Evergreen Parkway exit at I-70. Admission
to the festival is $5 for adults; children are free. All proceeds benefit Center for the Arts Evergreen, a 501 (c)
(3) nonprofit arts organization. Summerfest features over 120 artists and craftspeople from across the country, with
plenty of handmade treasures for you and everyone on your gift list.

Alma Volunteer Firefighters Pancake Breakfast-July 22nd, 8 am-10 am., Alma Fire Station. Presented by :fireman:
North-West Fire Protection District.

Trails For Tails Hike-A-Thon-July 22, 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM, Intermountain Humane Society's second annual Trails for Tails :kewl:
Hike-a-Thon! Raise money to support IMHS and then join us at Staunton State Park on Sunday, for a day of hiking and
family fun at Colorado's newest State Park! Fees/Admission: Any walk-ins on the Day will be required to “Donate-To-Hike”.
Minimum Suggested Donation is $10.00. Free event for Colorado State Park pass holders. $7 admission fee per vehicle for
non pass holders. To Learn more:

Park County Fair-July 22nd Fairplay,CO. :wavingflag:
7.30 am Cowboy Church Sevice at White Tent
8.30 am Pancake Breakfast at White Tent
9 am-10 am Stick Horse Rodeo at Joe Linch Arena
10 am Carnival
10 am Family Fun-Catch an Animal, Greased Pig Mutton Busting at Joe Linch Arena
11 am Ranch Rodeo at Joe Linch Arena
11 am-3 pm Beer Garden

TGI Fairplay Free Concert Series-July 27th on 5th Street, 6 pm to 9 pm, brought to you by Prather's Market. Enjoy :banana:
free live music featuring Chris Daniels & the King.Beer & wine sales benefit the Friends of the Fairplay Community, , 719-836-2622.

70th Anniversary of Burro Days-July 27th-29th, Fairplay, CO. Burro, llama, dog&outhouse races, art, craft :kewl:
and food booths, parade, rides, cowboy church, gunfights and more. , 719-836-2622.

Burland Firewise NEEDS YOUR HELP- Saturday and Sunday July 28th & 29th, We will complete our third SAWS and SLAWS :hugs:
event for longtime residents, Joe and Nadine Theis, 771 Roland Valley Drive. Our goal is to CREATE DEFENSIBLE SPACE
which will LESSEN THE ADVERSE IMPACTS when a WILDFIRE occurs. We need your help to fell trees, drag and stack slash
along the roadside for chipping and firewood. If enough people show up the mitigation project we will be completed
in one day. LUNCH, SNACKS and DRINKS will be provided. If you can’t physically drag slash, consider helping at the
sign-in booth, contribute food or drinks. Come VOLUNTEER an hour or two or spend the day with us. Get to know your
Chainsaws begin at 9:00 am. Laborers dragging slash begin at 12:00 pm, Sunday 7/29 Chainsaws and Laborers begin
at 9:00 am. For more information or to VOLUNTEER contact Burland Firewise at or call
David Sitko at 702/353-9639 or Jack Roberts 303/838-4225.

Staunton State Park-July 28th & 29th, Edible Medicinal Plants,Interpreter’s Table 10 am-3 pm. Come learn how Drs. Rachael :picking on me:
and Archibald Staunton used plant preparations to treat the people of the mountains! Fishing equipment including bait is
available to borrow for the day. Pickup at Interpreter’s Table near upper parking lot. (303) 816-0912

2018 Elevation Celebration-Jul 28th at 7:30 AM to Jul 29th at 6 PM, Sutton Rd, Conifer, CO. Conifer's Signature summer festival :)
featuring free music from 20 local bands on two stages, multiple kid zones, artisan, craft and service vendors, food trucks, beer
gardens, a free family movie Saturday night at 8p and more!

2018 BuckSnort (Disc Golf Tournament-July 29, 2018 at Bucksnort DGC in Pine, Colorado. Registration is :tomato:
open online now. To learn more: ... _BuckSnort

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Hartsel Days-Aug.4th & 5th, Hartsel,CO. Parade, Food, Craft & Yard Sales, Bed races, Dunk your friends in the dunk tank, :gotcha:
Free giveaways to the kids, auction, Get thrown in jail by Sheriff Chuck. Mule wagon rides, car clubs shows, Cowboy church,
Pancake breakfast, Face painting, BB gun shooting range for kids & mid teens, Cow plop bingo.for more info 719-837-3033

Sheep Mountain 50 Endurance Race- Aug.4th, 6:00am - 10:00pm, Fairplay,CO. Make no mistake, the elevation profile for The :banana:
Sheep Mountain 50 mile and 50k are docile looking. However, the average elevation of over 10,500’ and copious amounts of
aggressive terrain, will see you waddle away from this race in shock. Come ready my friends, this mountain throws everything
it has at runners, challenging you from start to finish. We run amongst these “beautifully difficult” mountains and hills
lining the western slope of the South Park Valley. This is the race where you carry #Adversity on your back, if you can
handle the burden, you can win the day! Runners looking for a wilderness experience, stunning views, opportunities for
technical terrain mixed with remote forest service roads… will fall in love with this course. (It’s more of a love-hate
relationship, really).The third series of races we host in Fairplay, The Sheep Mountain 50 mile and 50k promise to provide
runners with an unforgettable experience that celebrates the history, and rough and tumble nature of this mountain region.
NEW IN 2018! We’ve added a 50k option to this weekend of high mountain running. Join us for a challenging 50k in the thin
mountain air of Fairplay. Run 32.25 miles of some of the more challenging miles of the 50 mile course. For more information
and where to register

Staunton State Park 20K Race-Aug.4th, 8:00 am, Evergreen Trail Racing Series How tough are you? Evergreen Park & Recreation :)
District (EPRD) invites runners to compete in the 2018 Evergreen Trail Racing Series, a five-race series of running events
on mountainous terrain around scenic Evergreen and our mountain community. Distances range from a 5k to an epic half-marathon
to the top of Bergen Peak (elevation 9,708 feet), a climb of well over 2,000 vertical feet. Race registration is $35 in advance
and $40 race day - or register for ALL 5 races for $140, which means you get one race for FREE! Registration includes a pair of
custom running socks. Races start at 8 AM (pre-registration opens at 7 AM.) Pick up your race bib on race day. Please bring a
reusable water bottle to the races. There will be no water/aid stations on the course; this Series will be cup-free. Join us at
Staunton State Park for a beautiful 20k trail race. Runners will start at 8,215 feet of elevation and reach an elevation of 9,579
feet at the Eagle Cliff Overlook. Please bring a water bottle. This is a cup free race. PLEASE NOTE: In the event of inclement
weather or unforeseen trail conditions the race director reserves the right to delay, cancel, move or reschedule the race. There
will be no refunds in the event of a race cancellation. Location Staunton State Park, 12102 S Elk Creek Rd, Pine CO. For more
details 720-880-1226, ... race/13915

9th Annual Dam Ducky Derby-Aug.4th, 11:00 am - 3:00 pm, Location Downtown Evergreen, CO. The Dam Ducky Derby, now in its :dancing chicken:
ninth year, annually draws 3,500 visitors to downtown Evergreen with food and festivities throughout downtown, trolley
horse rides on Main Street and the Duck Drop at Evergreen Dam. How does it work? A fire truck drops numbered ducks from
above the dam to the creek below. As the rubber ducks race down Bear Creek, spectators follow the flow of thousands of
ducks as they approach the finish line at Highland Haven Creekside Inn. Children help collect the ducks in their baskets
so they can compete again next year. Anyone may participate by buying one or more uniquely numbered ducks. The winning
ducks numbers are documented as they cross the finish line and cash prizes and sponsor gifts are awarded to the owners
of the speediest ducks.Festival Activities from 11:00 – 3:00 in the Main Parking Lot. Duck Drop at 1:00 Food, Music,
Carnival Games, Bouncy House, Face Painter, more! $3000 in cash prizes and more for winning ducks Purchasing Ducks $5 /
Duck , $25 / Six Quack, $60 / Quack Pack (15 Ducks), $100 / Totally Quackers (25 Ducks) Be A Duck Derby Sponsor! $250 -
Duck Deputy,$500 – Duck Wrangler,$1000 – Duck Buster, $1500 – Duck Boss (title sponsor) for more information on this
event Contact Rachel Nicks at and check out

40th Annual Evergreen Town Race-Aug.5th,6:30 am - 12:00 pm, Location Upper Bear Creek Road. This is the :love:
Evergreen Town Race's 40th Anniversary! Proceeds benefit Alpine Rescue Team. Both the 5K and 10K courses
wind gradually down Upper Bear Creek, with a finish near Evergreen Lake. This course treats participants
to one of the most scenic and fastest races in Colorado! Your entry fee includes free transportation to the
race start, an informal brunch, music and entertainment. Racers 21 years of age and older may also enjoy Bud
Light and O'Doul's beer. All race participants will receive a custom printed Evergreen Town Race technical
shirt. Fees/Admission: 5K Run/Walk Jan. 1 - Jan. 31: $25 Feb. 1 - April 15: $30, April 16 - Aug. 5: $35 10K
Run Jan. 1 - Jan. 31: $30 Feb. 1 - April 15: $35 April 16 - Aug. 4: $40. for more info Michal Piwowarczyk
303-718-7561 or check out

Conifer Area Gymkhana Buckle Series – Open Horse Shows-Dates:Now till August 5th, Conifer Area Gymkhana OPEN show, :horse:
ages 8 and up welcome to participate. Helmet, boots and long sleeve shirt required. Spectators are welcome, there is no charge to
come watch this fun community event that helps support the local 4-H Club. The cost to participate is listed below, all experience
levels welcome. Registration: 7:15 AM Show Starts: 8:00 AM Entry Fees:b$40.00/ all day $7.00/class, Barrels. 3 Barrel Flags
.Speed Barrels.Single Barrel.Flags.Figure 8 Stake.Poles.Keyhole
This is a 3 part buckle series with shows on 6/3, 7/8 and 8/5. At the 3rd show 8/5, High point and reserve high point belt buckles
will be awarded by age group (8-10, 11-13, 14-18, 19+) to the person who accumulated the most points in all 3 shows.
The show is located at McKeever Arena 12086 Old Ridge Rd. Conifer. From Hwy 285 take Pleasant Park Road approximately 3 miles to
Ridge Road, turn right on Ridge road and go for about 2 miles. Watch for signs that say McKeever Arena & 4-H Horse show. You will
turn left on Old Ridge Road (a single lane dirt road) you cannot see the arena until you drive down that road.
Like our Facebook Page for updates and information:
Or view the showbill here ... AN8lG/view

Live Music Nights at StageDoor Theatre-Aug 10th & 11th, Once again, StageDoor Theatre is proud to present two evenings :duel:
of musical entertainment in an intimate theatre setting, in the beautiful mountains of Colorado.
On Friday August 10 2018, @ 7:30 PM, come and enjoy The Slingers, featuring Jon Chandler, Ernie Martinez, Timothy P. Irvin and
Friends, presenting an evening of Country Variety at its best! The Slingers bring together some of the finest musicians in the
region, for an evening of swing with a twist of country and cowboy, that makes this a must-see, must listen event.
Return to StageDoor on Saturday, August 11 @ 7:30 PM, for an evening of powerful entertainment from Dakota Blonde, featuring Mary
Huckins, Don Pinnella, Tony Raddel and special guest Ernie Martinez. This group has played and sung their way into countless hearts
and souls with their famous blend of folk, Celtic, acoustic rock and bluegrass music. Tickets are just $15 for each performance.
These events support StageDoor Theatre's scholarship program for K-12 students. Please purchase tickets

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Aug. 11th, To my neighbors! My name is Tommy and my family and I are proud members of the DCVR and Bailey community. :woot:
I am a Registered Nurse and my life and career has led me to a passion to help those in need. This summer I will be hiking 24
miles of the Colorado Trail in one long day to raise money for MAKE A WISH FOUNDATION for Critically Ill Colorado Children.
Please take heart and show this wonderful Foundation how real Mountain Folk roll. Visit my page to help me make this a
reality in my efforts to serve my Colorado community.This event involves a piece of the Colorado Trail right here in OUR
HOME! Be a part of sponsoring me to represent and advocate for Colorado children's dreams right here in our backyard. Its
the best thing you will do today, I promise. To learn more:

38th Annual Ed Snell Memorial Race/Walk-August 18th,Fairplay to Alma, check in 8am. The 37th run/walk repeats the original :banana:
race course, offering beautiful scenery along a bicycle path next to Colorado highway 9. All Participants Park and Check-in
at Alma Stone Community Building (Stone Church) on Main St. (Highway 9 and 2nd street), Alma,CO. Pre-registration by August
1st helps us have appropriate t-shirts available. Distance: 10Km (6.2 miles) Elevation gain: 350 feet. To learn more check out

Rare Sisters Day-Aug.18th, at 5 - 9pm, American Legion Fairplay, CO. Dinner and Auction benefiting the Rare Sisters :rose:
Fundraiser through the Beyond Batten Disease Foundation. Music by Split Window, $25/person ,For questions or to purchase
tickets by check, contact Jennifer Witzak at (719) 836-2797

23rd Annual Boreas Pass Railroad, Aug.18th, 9 am- 3 pm, Historic sites open to the Public. Como's Roundhouse Depot, :cop:
Schools & Painted houses, Klondike Kate-1912, Baldwin Steam Locomotive, Boreas Pass Forest, Service Living History,
Demonstrations, Breckenridge's High Line, Railroad Park & Sawmill, Museum. In Como & Breckenridge, to learn more ... ilroad-day.
Also From 4 p.m. until 6 p.m., tea and cakes will be available at the Como Eating House & Como Civic Association will
host a dinner and bingo fundraiser at 6 p.m.

Annual BBQ (and Bluegrass!)Hosted by The Cody Sisters and Conifer Historical Society & Museum-Aug. 19th, 12 PM - 3 PM, :rockband:
26951 Barkley Road, Conifer, CO. Join us for our annual fundraiser, featuring a BBQ Menu and Live entertainment by The
Cody Sisters Band! Tickets are $15 for members, $18 for non-members. Children 12 and under are $5. Advanced Ticket
Purchase is greatly appreciated so we may plan accordingly! Any remaining tickets will be sold at the door for $20.
Can get tickets at:

Take it to the Limit Concert-August 24, 5:30 PM - 10:00 PM,at Evergreen Memorial Barn,26624 N Turkey Creek Rd, Evergreen,CO. :)
To Benefit Evergreen Christian Outreach Featuring The Long Run, Colorado’s Tribute to the Eagles. You can also purchase food
from Barefoot BBQ Food Truck and Tilford's Wood Fired Pizza. Sit in the beautiful mountains and enjoy a meal, some great music
nd dancing. Tickets go on sale July 10th on line or at the EChO Resale Store. Help us Support our Neighbors in Need!
Tickets go on sale July 10th. For more information and tickets visit...

TGI Fairplay Free Concert Series_Aug.24th, on Front Street, brought to you by Prather’s Market, featuring the amazing Hazel :rockband:
Miller Band. Enjoy free live music and a free Colorado peaches and ice cream social. Beer and wine sales benefit the Friends
of the Fairplay Community, 719-836-2622.

Harvest of Hope-Aug.25th, 5:00 -8:00 pm, Join us for this year's biggest fundraiser for The Yellow House! Come support :applause:
mountain area older adults and have a great time! The event features local food & entertainment and a silent auction.
Live music this year is by Breedin' Hearts, the new band by ex-Kamikazi Klone Jimy Murphy, the legendary Joe Bye, Viloinist
Extraordinaire Guy Tittes, and Maestros Charlie Provenza, Rob Buehler & Steve Dronzek. Included in your ticket are wine and
beer and delicious food by La Cuisine of Evergreen. Great variety of silent auction items available. Shuttle service will be
provided free of charge from Church of the Hills. Get your tickets today: $35.00
per person (60 or over? Contact us or stop by to get discounted tickets at $30.00.) Questions? Nancy Tzeng 303-674-2843 or, SRC-Evergreen, 5120 Hwy 73, Evergreen, CO, 80439 All proceeds support SRC-Evergreen programs

52nd Annual Evergreen Fine Arts Festival-Aug.25th & 26th, 10 AM - 5 PM, 4208 Timbervale Dr, Evergreen, :pinetree:
CO. Enjoy the cool mountain air under the canopy of pine trees in Evergreen, Colorado. Ranked in the top
50 art fairs in the nation, this juried fine art show is a beautiful event to spend your day. 100 artists, live
background music, craft drinks, food trucks. ATM available.

Fall Fest Cornhole Tournament(Hosted by South Park Schools Foundation)-Aug 25th, 1 PM - 7 PM, Alma Town Park, Alma, CO. :jumping:
Come join us for some corny fun as we raise money for the South Park Schools Foundation and 2 Mile High Inc. Cornhole,
food and festivities await! 50 Teams limit, $20 per team register by Aug, 1st, $30 late registration unless sold out.




[b]Library Events- 2018
Note Special Events for Libraries will be Posted by dates above

Conifer Library- (10441 Highway 73)(303) 235-5275 Art House, July 3rd,17th,31st, 6 pm, Henna Tattoos July 7th,
1 pm, lego & Build 8th, 1 pm, Lets Dance July 14th, 11.30 am, Sound Effects Lab July 16th, 3 pm, Meditation
Group July 18th, 6.30 pm, Top Hogs July 19th, 4.30 pm, Wild Senses July 21st, 2 pm, Magic Music July 25th,
5 pm, Book Group July 31st, 6.30 pm

Bailey Library- (350 Bulldogger Rd)(303)838-5539 Story Time July 2nd,9th,16th,23rd, 11 am, Senior Coalition,
July 9th, 12 pm-5 pm, Bailey Book Club July 11th, 9 am-11 am, Park County Radio Club July 14th, 10 am-4 pm,
Steam Learning July 21st, 11 am-12.30 pm, Movie Matinee July 21st, 1 pm-4 pm

Fairplay Library- (400 Front Street) 719-836-4297
Guffey Library-(1625B Park County Rd. 102) 719-689-9280
Lake George Library-(37900 Hwy 24) 719-748-3812


Recurring Event

every Thursday evening-Jam Session/Open Mike tonight, 30790 Stagecoach Blvd Unit 101, Evergreen, CO
Play and/or sing solo, or sit in with the rest of the jammers

Second Saturday of the odd months-10:30 AM “Ham Cram” licensing study session,12:30 PM License testing session,
2:00 PM – PCRC regular club meeting.
Second Saturday of the even months-10:30 AM PCRC club training/activity,All session are held at the Bailey (Crow Hill)
library at 350 Bulldogger Rd. Bailey, CO 80421. More information is available at

Every Third Thursday-After Hour Mixer,Enjoy an evening of networking, drinks, appetizers. ... 2017-19758

Every Third Saturday -Como Bingo- Dinner at 6PM and Bingo Starts 7PM, Como Civic Center, For Information 303-807-4273

First Sunday of the month - :wavingflag: :eat: [b]Legendary VFW Breakfast in Shawnee
, Community Center in Shawnee, 7:00 AM to 11:30 AM

Every Third Sunday of the month - :USA: :chef: [b]Conifer VFW Country Breakfast, Beaver Ranch, Conifer Community Park from 7:30 AM to 11:30 AM[/b]

Every Friday/Saturday(“LifeBridge Food Pantry)-We have moved to a new location. We are at the Bailey Business Center,
288 Main Street, Bailey. Our hours are the same: Fridays 3 - 5 p.m. and Saturdays 9 a.m. - noon.303-909-7534
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Every 3rd Tuesday, IMHS Board of Directors meeting,5:30 pm.

Second Friday of the Month - [b]Silverset Lunch, at THE SHAWNEE COMMUNITY CENTER, noon[/b]

Second and Fourth Saturday -Crow Hill Bible Church Clothes Closet, 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Every 2nd and 4th Mondays of the month, [b]Toastmasters wants YOU! at the Senior Resource Center in Evergreen.[/b]

Every Tuesday and Friday Vaccine, Licensing and Microchip Clinic, Foothills Animal Shelter, 3 to 4 pm

Second Thursday of the month Support Group for Bereaved Spouses, Mount Evans Home Health Care & Hospice, 6:00 to 8:00 p.m.

Camp id-ra-ha-je Association-P.O.Box 360 Bailey,CO.80421
I Love You Guys Foundation-P.O.Box 1230 Bailey,CO. 80421
Park County Historical Society-P.O. Box 43 Bailey,CO.80421
Rocky Mountain Rural Health inc.-P.O.Box 1600 Fairplay,CO. 80440
Song of the Wolf Healing Center-1536 S. Ridge Rd.Bailey, CO 80421
American Legion-P.O. Box 1291 Bailey,CO. 80421
Boys and Girls Club of South Park Inc.-P.O. Box 2167 Fairplay,CO.
Coalition for the Upper South Platte-P.O. Box 726 Lake George, CO 80827
Intermountain Humane Society-PO Box 1250 Conifer, CO 80433
Evergreen Animal Protective League-PO Box 2517 Evergreen, CO 80437
Far View Horse Rescue & Rehabilitation-P.O. Box 1529, Fairplay, CO 80440:
Mountain Resource Center-Conifer,CO.
Rocky Mountain Wildlife Foundation-P.O.Box 215 Guffey,CO.80820
Mount Evans Home Health and Hospice-3081 Bergen Peak Drive,Evergreen, CO 80439
Second Wind Fund-in Colorado


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