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WELCOME TO THE PINECAM COMMUNITY CALENDAR!
A place for area agencies, organizations, non-profits and charities to post their events
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NOTE: ALL EVENTS THAT ARE POSTED, COULD CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE, MIGHT BE CANCELLATION, CHANGE OF DATES OR TIMES,
SO PLEASE CALL AHEAD TO THE EVENT YOU'RE INTERESTED IN, TO MAKE SURE ITS STILL ON OR NO CHANGES HAPPENING. And its
best to look into details, if not sure if event is Free or not. The post sent to me may not always say it.
The Well at Bradford Junction (Multi Events)-27051 Barkley Rd.Conifer, CO. (303) 816-4769
Jan.15th-Sharpen your brain talent for Trivia Night hosted by Simon. $30 bar tab for first prize, miscellaneous Coors
merchandise for 2nd and 3rd. 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Jan.17th-Warren Floyd playing his originals on vocals and guitar. 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Jan.19th-JEFF SCARBOROUGH & DAVE ADAMS playing their originals-vocals and guitar 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
After Hours Mixer @ Tomahawk Ranch-Jan. 17th, 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM, 2113 Co Rd 43, Bailey, CO. Join us this month for
a combined mixer with our neighbors from the Platte Canyon Area Chamber of Commerce. If you have sponsored a tree and
plan to decorate, join us between 2:30pm and 7:30pm for the decorating party. Or, join us from 5-7pm for the mixer
and enjoy hors d'oeuvres, laughter and the friendly competition.Fees/Admission: Decorators: Free entry Members of
PCACC or CACC $5 Non-members $10 For more information contact the Chamber office at 303-838-5711.
The Woodcellar(multi events)-1552 Bergen Pkwy, Evergreen, CO. (303) 670-8448
Jan.18th-KDog and The Howlers-8 PM – 12 AM are appearing live at the Woodcellar again! Come get loose with us on a
rowdy Friday night of fun
Jan.19th-The Niek Velvis Blues Band- 9 PM – 12 AM is a collaboration among a rotating cast of Denver musicians,
paying homage to the traditions of Delta, Chicago, and Folk-style Blues music
Life Bridge Food Pantry-Jan. 19th, Food Drive, 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM, King Soopers, Conifer,CO.
Please help us fill our shelves 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!
Evergreen Elks Lodge Hoop Shoot-Jan.19th,10:00 AM - 12:00 PM, Wulf Recreation Center, 5300 South Olive Road,Evergreen, CO.
Hoop Shoot contest for kids of all ages. Winners move on to semi-finals on March 16th. Fees/Admission:Free 303-674-5591
Govt Shutdown -Increased Need (and Support) at Food Pantries With the continuation of federal employees not being able to work,
LifeBridge Food Pantry expects to have more people needing their help in the coming weeks. Please keep them in mind for donations
of food, cash or gift cards. Donations can be made directly on their website http://www.LifeBridgeCo.org or at their food drive
January 19 from 1-5pm at Conifer King Soopers (25637 Conifer Rd,Conifer, CO).If you are in need, please come to the pantry Friday
between 3 and 5 pm or Saturday between 9am and 12pm. 288 Main Street in Bailey. We are a registered 501 (c)3 and all resources
stay in our community.
Burland Firewise Saws & Slaws Event- January 19 & 20 ,Burland Firewise NEEDS YOUR HELP! We are ready to complete our fifth
SAWS & SLAWS event for longtime resident PAT ESCOBAR 48 CHICKADEE LANE. We need your help to FELL TREES AND DRAG AND STACK
SLASH for chipping. If you can’t physically help drag slash, consider helping at the sign-in booth, contribute food or drinks.
OUR GOAL is to CREATE DEFENSIBLE SPACE which will LESSEN THE ADVERSE IMPACTS when a WILDFIRE occurs.Neighbors Helping Neighbors
Building a Stronger Community Come VOLUNTEER an hour or two or Spend the day with us Get to know your neighbors Every hour
counts Saturday January 19th 9:00 am Chainsaws Begin 12:00 pm Laborers Begin If enough volunteer's show up we will be done in
one day. Sunday January 20th 9:00 am Chainsaws & laborers LUNCH, SNACKS and DRINKS will be provided VOLUNTEER OR FOR MORE
INFORMATION CONTACT: BURLAND FIREWISE Jack Roberts 303/838-4225 firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Staunton Blizzard: The 2nd Annual Front Range Fat Bike Race (Hosted by Big Ring Cycles)-Jan.20th, 8:15 AM – 1 PM,
Staunton State Park, 12102 South Elk Creek Road, Pine, CO. Staunton State Park for the Second Annual Staunton Blizzard,
the Front Range Fat Bike Race! A big, fat, fun day of racing for a cause that will benefit the fat bike community for
years.The course: Amateur course: A beautiful 12.1 mile loop that includes the following trails: Staunton Ranch -
Borderline - Mason Creek. Fatties rollout at 8,100 feet for a route that includes 2,000 feet of breathtaking elevation
gain. Elite course: A challenging 18 mile route. Specific trails information to come. The race categories: • Masters Men’s
(age 46 and above) • Masters Women’s (age 46 and above) • Men’s (age 21-45) • Women’s (age 21-45) • Junior Men’s (age 20
and under)• Junior Women’s (age 20 and under) The schedule: 8:15am Check-in begins, 9:00 Races begin. Interested but not
racing? After the race categories start, join a “Smiles and Miles” group to enjoy this beautiful course. Your $75 registration
fee includes: • Park entry fee • Race timing and awards • Delicious BBQ lunch by Smokey J’s • Beer and beverages (2 beer
tickets for each registered rider over age 21)• Donation to 285 Nordic for grooming equipment for Staunton State Park.
If we have snow, the trails will be groomed for fat bike use.This is a fat bike race only. A minimum 3.8" tire size is
required for all racer. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/staunton-b ... 9kpAyqgrHA
VFW Post 12009 Breakfast-Jan. 20th, 7:30 AM - 11:30 AM, Beaver Ranch, Conifer Community Park, 11369 S Foxton Rd. Conifer, CO.
Support our local veterans and enjoy one of the best homemade breakfasts around! Adults - $8 / Children under 12 - $4 All
you can eat.Contact Information:Terry Lyons 303.838.8773
Movie Night( Park County Historical Society)-Jan.26th, 6 pm, Shepherd of the Rockies Lutheran Church, 106 Rosalie Rd,
Bailey,CO. The Men who Built America THE FRONTIERSMAN, "Into the Wilderness"features the exploits of Daniel Boone as
he explores and settles west of the Appalachian Mountains. Members $8 and non members $10. Snacks & Desert Provided.
Open Ski and Snowshoe Day-Jan.26th, at Beaver Ponds at 2234 Busch Run Road Fairplay; Come enjoy the unique beauty of
Beaver Ponds. Times: 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. – you can come during this window at any time. Be sure to bring hiking shoes
as a backup in case the snow is light. Cost: FREE! Donations are always appreciated. We are collecting our 2019 Liability
Waivers. Please contact Briana Legaspi at blegaspi@Beaverponds.org or at (719) 838-0143 to coordinate.
Boys and Girls club Fun-raiser-Think you know how to make Chili? Prove it by competing in the 13th Annual BGCHR Chili
Cookoff on Saturday, Jan 26th with attendees judging and choosing a winner! Categories include Red, Green, and Other
with prizes awarded to winners in each category! Call 719-836-9019 to enter. Don't have an entry, come on out and task
your discerning palate with sampling and selecting the best Chili and enjoy live entertainment and locally produced
adult beverages!5:00pm - 8:00pm. Aspen Peak Cellars in Bailey with Kenny Nieland performing & South Park Brewing in
Fairplay with Split Window performing! Proceeds benefit the Boys & Girls Clubs of the High Rockies.
Tommy Knoxville and Nick Mader | The Woodcellar-Jan.31st, 8 PM – 10 PM, The Woodcellar, 1552 Bergen Pkwy, Evergreen, CO.
(303) 670-8588 Join the Woodcellar for another edition of our Thursday Night Music Series (all the Thursdays other than the
1st and 3rd Thursday Open Mics)! Tommy Knoxville (The Clamdaddies) and Nick Mader (Three Days in the Saddle)Come hear some
fantastic guitar pickin and such. very good times to be bad.
StageDoor Theatre-February 1 – 17, in the Aspen Park Village 25797 Conifer Road, Conifer, CO. Fridays & Saturdays at 7:30 pm
Sunday Matinees, February 9 & 17 at 2:00 pm. February 14 at 7:30 pm – Special Valentine's performance includes dessert at
intermission by Vivian's Gourmet Bakery. Directed by Pamela Clifton and featuring the SDT Adult Company, this is a romantic
comedy about a marriage and a dog. Sylvia is the entertaining story of an exuberant, loveable dog that changes the lives of
a middle-aged couple, Kate and Greg. The marriage is put in serious jeopardy until a series of hilarious and touching
complications make this uproarious comedy a delightful walk in the park. Rated PG-13. A special Valentine's performance is
offered on Thursday, February 14, 2019. This includes a delicious dessert at intermission offered by Vivian's Gourmet Bakery.
Tickets are $22-$28, with a 20% discount for groups of 10 or more. The Box office number is: 303-838-0809. For reservations
and further information, please visit www. stagedoortheatre.org.
Evergreen’s hometown bakery, Vivian’s Gourmet, is hosting a Gluten-Free Open House-Saturday, Feb. 2, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Visitors will be treated to free samples of all Vivian’s scrumptious gluten-free offerings—brownies, lemon bars, muffins,
carmelitas, scones, cake truffles and cupcakes—along with free coffee to wash them down with. Vivian’s Gourmet is located
at 27904 Meadow Drive, Evergreen (downstairs from Stems flower shop). Visit https://viviansgourmet.com for more information
A Bailey Area Community Celebration-Feb.2nd, 2.30 pm-7 pm, at Tomahawk Ranch, 2113 cr 43, Bailey,CO.
Featuring live music John Weeks Band 3-5 pm, The Barrel Riders 6-7 pm, Silent Auction 2.30-5.30 pm,
contact: Mary at firstname.lastname@example.org , $5 Beer & Wine provided by Mad Jack's Brewery & Aspen Peak
Cellars, Free Admission. Food & Beverages provided by Cutthroat Cafe & Rustic Station. Benefiting
critical roadway mitigation for a safer wildfire evacuation.
Front Range Fat Bike Series (Hosted by Big Ring Cycles)-Feb.3rd,10 AM-1 PM, Flying J Ranch Open Space Park,:dancing chicken:
9661 County Hwy 73, Conifer, CO.Big Ring Cycles in partnership with Jeffco Open Space want you to join us in a two ride
series full of fat bikes, food, great beer, fun prizes and plenty of smiles! The rides will be from 10:00AM to 1:00PM,
and include Men’s and Women’s Strava timed groups and a “smiles not miles” casual ride. This is a great chance to ride
and party with all of your fatty friends, as well as meet your fat, friendly Jeffco Rangers. A portion of the proceeds
from this event go to the Colorado High School Cycling League and to Jeffco Open Space. Register today, support our
youth and our trails, and get ready to get FAT! Cost is $25 and includes:• Ride/Food/ Beer/Prizes • Strava Group Time
and Ranking • Causal “Smiles not Miles” Ride and post ride party!
For Tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/front-rang ... 4097309509?
Boogie at the Barn-Feb.8th, 5:30 PM - 10:00 PM, Evergreen Memorial Barn, 26624 N. Turkey Creek Rd. Each year John &
Pandora Erlandson along with the Boogie Brain Trust Volunteers put on Boogie at the Barn and other events to help bring
community together for great music and to raise money for non-profits and area causes.The Boogie takes place four times
a year and features the best in great music, awesome vibe and good times! Wine, Beer and Food for purchase. $20 at the
Mind Blown Trivia Night - open to the community-Feb.9th, Our Lady of the Pines, 6 p.m. until 10 p.m. (Doors open at 5)
Buy your tickets now for the third annual Mind Blown Trivia Night benefitting Conifer High School.Tickets are $15 each.
Contact us at 636-485-0777 or email@example.com to reserve a seat with a team. Build a team of eight to fill
a table and compete for cash prizes. Proceeds from tickets and live and silent auction benefit classroom enrichment.
Open to the community and appropriate for attendees age 14 and older.Beer and wine will be available for sale. Bring
appetizers to share with your table as well as table decor. Prizes for best-themed tables.
http://chsptsa.blogspot.com/p/mindblown ... night.html
Kid's Night Out-Feb.9th,5:00 PM - 9:00 PM, Wulf Recreation Center, 5300 S. Olive Road, Evergreen, CO. Come join us for
Kid’s Night.We will warm-up, stretch, review safety rules, and have open gymnastics time. After some free time, we will
stop and have some pizza, and then have free play again. Bring comfy clothes and a blanket because we will be watching
an age-appropriate movie out on the floor for the last 80 minutes or so before pick up. A waiver is required for your
children to attend. $40 District Resident, $50 Non-District Resident.
https://www.evergreenrecreation.com/You ... s.htm#Kids
How the 1859 Gold Rush Put Colorado on the Map-Feb.10th, 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM, Held at the Little White Schoolhouse Museum, 26951
Barkley Road, Conifer, CO. Presented by Wes Brown, co-founder of the Rocky Mountain Map Society. In the spring of 1858,Colorado's
Front Range area was uncharted and inhabited only by natives. But by the close of 1859, 100,000 fortune seekers had thoroughly
explored the Front Range, north of Pueblo to the Wyoming border. In their quest for gold, they left their footprints on the
landscape, establishing dozens of settlements and blazing numerous trails. This presentation will teach you about Colorado’s gold
rush and how this important chapter of history influenced Colorado maps of today.
Tickets are $8/$10 (m/n) https://www.coniferhistoricalsociety.org/tickets/
FREE - Let's Rock! Rock & Mineral Identification Day-Feb.17th, 11 am – 1:00 pm. Conifer Historical Society and Museum, 26951
Barkley Rd, Conifer, CO. Description:Let's ROCK! Bring your favorite rocks and minerals to our FREE exhibit and a School of
Mines Geology Student will identify them (free activity!)! Exhibit Details: With accompanying educational programs each month,
this exhibit will share the stories, trials, and tragedies of mining life. Though gold may have brought many miners to our county,
it's not why they stayed. Discover how coal, clay, uranium, and more changed the face of our county. Children's activities will
be available!This exhibit made possible through a grant from Community First Foundation.
VFW Post 12009 Monthly Breakfast-Feb. 17th, 7:30 AM - 11:30 AM, Beaver Ranch, Conifer Community Park11369 S Foxton Rd. Conifer, CO.
Terry Lyons 303.838.8773 Support our local veterans and enjoy one of the best homemade breakfasts around! Adults - $9/
Children under 12 - $5 All you can eat
After Hours Mixer-Feb.21st,5:00 PM - 7:00 PM, Location:TBD. Mixer and hosted at different locations, featuring
numerous networking opportunities great food, drinks, and prizes. Mixers, sponsored by one or two Chamber members,
provide opportunities for the businesses to showcase their products and services.Members $5, Non-Members $10.
https://goconifer.chambermaster.com/eve ... ster/27423
SIPS for Scholarships-Feb.22nd,6:00 PM - 9:00 PM, Aspen Peak Cellars - 60750 US Highway 285 Bailey,CO. Fundraising event
for Bootstraps, Inc, which provides scholarships and interest free loans to graduating high school seniors from the mountain
community. The mission of Bootstraps will be shared and funds raised for the organization, while guests enjoy wines and food
pairings prepared by Aspen Peak Cellars. $50 per person includes wine and food pairing.http://www.bootstrapsinc.org
Contact Nancy Hiester at firstname.lastname@example.org
285 Winterfest-Feb.23rd,10:00 AM - 4:00 PM, Location:Meyer Ranch Park (Open Space) Mount Lugo Luge,Aspen Park Village.
A free winter festival in Conifer organized by the Conifer Area Chamber of Commerce featuring:Mount Lugo Luge - Snow Tubing
Competition at Meyer Ranch Park (Open Space) presented by People's Mortgage in Conifer (2018) and at Aspen Park Village -
Snowman Carving Competition, Craft Beer Tasting presented by Marketing Type Guys (2018), and Free Family Movie at Stage
Door Theatre. Entry fees and registration information for snow tubing competition available online at http://www.goconifer.com ,
http://www.goconifer.com/285-winterfest . Call the Chamber office for more details 303-838-5711
Please join us for the 32nd Annual Running of the Mount Evans Home Health Care & Hospice Benefit Gala-March 2nd, This
year we are thrilled to be Off to the Races. Start Time: 5:30 p.m. Venue: Mt. Vernon Canyon Club Track. Rules: Dress in
Race-Day Attire Admission: $100/person, $1,000/table of 10, & $800/table of 8 Dine on a feast fit for a thoroughbred,
sip on race-day cocktails, pound your hooves to the sound of Tunisia, and place your bets on hope.
Visit http://www.mountevans.org/offtotheraces to secure your seats today!
The Benefit Gala is steeped in tradition at Mount Evans Home Health Care & Hospice. We thank you for being our champions
and look forward to seeing you in March.
The History of Mining in Jefferson County - our FREE Winter Exhibit at the Conifer Historical Society and Museum! Open
Sundays 11am - 3pm through March 31st, or by appointment. With accompanying educational programs each month, this exhibit
will share the stories, trials, and tragedies of mining life.Though gold may have brought many miners to our county, it's
not why they stayed. Discover how coal, clay, uranium, and more changed the face of our county. Children's activities also
available! This exhibit made possible through a grant from Community First Foundation.To schedule an appointment outside
of regular exhibit hours, please call (303) 396-5975 or email email@example.com.
Presented by the Conifer Historical Society at the Little White Schoolhouse Museum. 26951 Barkley Road, Conifer, CO 80433.
Please note we will have shortened exhibit hours on certain days (1/13, 2/10, 3/10) due to our education programs which
start at 1 pm.
[b]Library Events-December http://parkcounty.colibraries.org
Note Special Events for Libraries will be Posted by dates above[/b]
All Libraries will be Closed:
Jan.21st Martin Luther Kind Day-Closed
Feb. 18th President's Day-Closed
Conifer Library- (10441 Highway 73)(303) 235-5275-Family Times,10.45 am, Jan.5th,12th,19th,26th,
The Art House, 6 pm-7.30 pm, Jan.8th, 22nd, Lego Play & Build, 1-3 pm, Jan.13th, Discovery Play,
11.30 am-12.30 pm, Jan.19th. Online Safety for Seniors, 1-2.30 pm, Jan. 13th, Lego Contest (scenes
from a book)Round up & voting kickoff 1-3 pm, Jan.5th, Lib Lab Puff Rockets, 11.30 am-1 pm, Jan.26th,
Book Group,6.30 pm-8 pm, Jan.29th.
Bailey Library- (350 Bulldogger Rd)(303)838-5539-Story Times,none listed, BPL Computer
Class, none listed, Book Club, 9am-11 am, Jan.2nd, Steam Learning, 11 am-12.30 pm, Jan.
19th, Movie Matinee, 1-3 pm,Jan.19th
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
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 http://www.rockymountainhigheats.com/
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 http://www.ab0pc.org
Every Third Thursday-After Hour Mixer,Enjoy an evening of networking, drinks, appetizers.
http://www.goconifer.com/events/details ... 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 - [b]Legendary VFW Breakfast in Shawnee , Community Center in Shawnee, 7:00 AM to 11:30 AM
Every Third Sunday of the month - [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[/url] [/b]
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 http://idrahaje.org/cms/about-us/
I Love You Guys Foundation-P.O.Box 1230 Bailey,CO. 80421 http://iloveuguys.org/about_us.html
Park County Historical Society-P.O. Box 43 Bailey,CO.80421 http://www.parkcountyhistory.com/
Rocky Mountain Rural Health inc.-P.O.Box 1600 Fairplay,CO. 80440 http://www.rmrh.org/html/about_us.html
Song of the Wolf Healing Center-1536 S. Ridge Rd.Bailey, CO 80421 https://www.songofthewolf.org/
American Legion-P.O. Box 1291 Bailey,CO. 80421 http://www.gx2527leftinvietnam.com/post2527.html
Boys and Girls Club of South Park Inc.-P.O. Box 2167 Fairplay,CO. http://bgchr.co/clubs/south_park_club.html
Coalition for the Upper South Platte-P.O. Box 726 Lake George, CO 80827 http://cusp.ws/
Intermountain Humane Society-PO Box 1250 Conifer, CO 80433 https://www.imhs.org/donate
Evergreen Animal Protective League-PO Box 2517 Evergreen, CO 80437 https://eapl.com/about-us/
Far View Horse Rescue & Rehabilitation-P.O. Box 1529, Fairplay, CO 80440: http://www.farviewhorserescue.com/
Mountain Resource Center-Conifer,CO. http://www.mrcco.org/
Rocky Mountain Wildlife Foundation-P.O.Box 215 Guffey,CO.80820 http://www.rmwf.org/
Mount Evans Home Health and Hospice-3081 Bergen Peak Drive,Evergreen, CO 80439 http://www.mtevans.org/home/about-us/
Second Wind Fund-in Colorado http://thesecondwindfund.org/what-we-do
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