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WELCOME TO THE PINECAM COMMUNITY CALENDAR!
A place for area agencies, organizations, non-profits and charities to post their events
For posting requests, see the instructions below
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.
34th Como Mountain Man Rendezvous-August 11th to 18th, in Como,CO.; This rendezvous is a pre-1840’s fur trade rendezvous re-
enactment. This means that we strive for all aspects of this event to be true to that era in the Rocky Mountains. This event
is held about 6 miles south of the town of Como, Colorado. Como is located in South Park, an intermountain grassland basin.
South Park is approximately 950 square miles of rolling hills and meadows at approximately 10,000 feet altitude.This region was
a favorite trapping and wintering spot during the fur trade era. http://www.comorendezvous.com Stacker (Will Crago) 719-836-9171;
Hoss (Greg Milligan) 303-507-4197; Crazy Beaver (Pat Pocius) 719-836-2698 Early setup is August 11th at 10am; Public Welcome!
Camp fee - generous donations only Primitive or modern. Mothin extra for traders, donations greatly appreciated for prizes; Non-
potable water will be provided and port-o-lets; Firewood is available on site. You must cut it yourself - down and dead only!
Location - South of Como Take County Rd. 15 South 6.4 miles (bear right at the fire station) and turn left on Antler Ridge Rd.
Stay on Antler Ridge until it becomes Shoshone Rd. Entrance on right. Follow the signs. Must be in primitive clothing to compete
in any and all events. Prizes at camp meeting on Saturday. Black powder shoots must shoot pre-1840 style muzzleloaders.
Primitive Bow Shoot - Knife and Hawk Throw - Check the chalk board for information. Woman's Frying Pan Toss - when it works best.
Kids Games - when they work best. Be prepared to feed yourself! Family Camp area in modern camp and no rowdy behavior in family
camp at night. After 6pm each day everyone must be in primitive clothing to remain in primitive camp. There will probably be rowdy
behavior in primitive camp at night. You bring it in, you pack it out! This is private property - respect it! A fire ban is possible
so be prepared to cook on propane. Site courtesy of the JBGardneRanch and AMANDA WOODBURY! Our site is owned by the JBGardneRanch
and is donated to us for this event by Amanda Woodbury. Without Amanda Woodbury and the JBGardneRanch our rendezvous would not be
possible. We owe a great debt of appreciation to Amanda and the JBGardneRanch!
The Bull Moose(multi events) August 13th Birthday Party with Super Chuck & Friends Performing 6:00 – 9:00 PM,
August 19th, Trailer Park Patsy 2:00 – 5:00 PM, at 1245 2nd St, Guffey, CO. (719)689-4199
The Well at Bradford Junction(multi events) August 14th Trivia Night! Hosted by Simon 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm, August 15th
Acoustic Open Mic Night-Hosted by Chaz 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm, August 16th Chaz playing his original blues 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm.
Well at Bradford Junction, 27051 Barkley Rd.,Conifer, CO.(303) 816-4769
Natural Grocers 63rd Anniversary (Conifer)-August 16th,at 9 AM - 8 PM. In celebration of our 63rd Anniversary and the
birthday of co-founder Margaret Isely, we’re going to party like it’s 1955! On Thursday, August 16th receive a free
reusable bag, and from 4 – 6 pm come have a scoop of ice cream on us! Enter for a chance to win our grand prize trip
for two to Thailand, and other fabulous prizes.
MRC volunteers will be out in front of the store from 10am-2pm accepting non-perishable food and vitamin donations for
our local community food bank. As always MRC much appreciates any donations you can offer.
Welcome Breakfast-August 17th, 7.30 am to 8.30 am, West Jefferson Middle School PTA - Conifer,9449 S. Barnes Ave.,
Conifer, CO. Meet the Principal and get to know other families, get your questions answered about activities and
events this school year.Enjoy coffee and light breakfast fare.
Annual Lake George Gem & Mineral Show-August 17 - 19, 37380 US Hwy 24, Lake George, CO. Annual show; Lake George Gem &
Mineral Club, Field next to Lake George Post Office; 37380 US Hwy 24; Free Admission; Good selection local Pikes Peak
Region minerals from local miners including Club Member Rich Fretterd and others. Vendors have mineral specimens, fossils
and jewelry items
38th Annual Ed Snell Memorial Race/Walk-August 18th,Fairplay to Alma, check in 8am. The 37th run/walk repeats the original
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
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 https://www.raresisters.org/fundraising-events
23rd Annual Boreas Pass Railroad, Aug.18th, 9 am- 3 pm, Historic sites open to the Public. Como's Roundhouse Depot,
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
http://www.letterpressdepot.com/events/ ... 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,Dinner starts at 6pm. $5 Adults, $3 kids. Bingo $10 for 10 games
including the famous $100 blackout round, Bingo starts at 7pm.
Life Bridge Food Pantry, Food Drive-August 18th, 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM, at 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!
MEN'S RACE-August 18th, MEN'S START TIME: 10:30 AM VELORAMA / RINO DENVER, CO & WOMEN'S RACE-WOMEN'S START TIME: 12:30
Racers make their way to Denver’s RiNo Art District, Aug. 18, for a stage that starts and finishes in Velorama. The men launch
at 10:30 a.m. for the 100-mile (161.9k) Queen’s Stage that includes 8,133 feet of climbing. The route takes racers west past Coors
Field on 29th and 32nd avenues to Golden, over Lookout Mountain for a KOM, through iconic Red Rocks Park and on to Evergreen, where
they hit the highpoint KOM at Cragmont Drive, and a final KOM through Indian Hills before making their way over Dinosaur Ridge for
a furious sprint from Wheat Ridge High School to the finish at Velorama. Starting at 12:30 p.m., the women race an exciting timed
criterium (50 minutes plus five laps) around the activity-filled Velorama Festival. To Learn more on this:
https://www.coloradoclassic.com/2018-co ... e-3-denver
Yarn Along The Rockies 2018 Yarn Crawl- August 18, 7:00 am To Sunday, August 26, 2018 - 5:00 pm, participate! Location Many
wonderful shops including Knit Knook, 10903 Us Highway 285, Conifer, CO. Yarn Along The Rockies is a 9 day yarn crawl with a
Passport Tour of 15 participating yarn shops across the front range of Colorado. With THREE grand prize baskets, Instagram
giveaways, FREE patterns, fantastic one-of-a-kind kits at each store, and lots of crawl discounts, there are lots of
opportunities to win. For more datails: http://yarnalongtherockies.com/
VFW Post 12009 Breakfast-August 19, 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
Evergreen Kids Triathlon Race 2018-August 19, 9:00 am - 11:00 am, Location Buchanan Rec Center, 32003 Ellingwood Trail,
Evergreen, CO. Swim, bike, run and lots of fun in this noncompetitive triathlon. Great way for kids to be active and have
fun, while helping the Special Needs Program! Distances and times vary by age group:
9:00 AM - Ages 5 - 6 (25 Yards Swim / .5 Mile Bike / 400 Meter Run)
9:20 AM - Ages 7 - 8 (50 Yards Swim / 1 Mile Bike / .5 Mile Run
9:40 AM - Ages 9 - 10 (100 Yards Swim / 2 Mile Bike / 1 Mile Run)
10:00 AM - Ages 11 - 13 (100 Yards Swim / 2 Mile Bike / 1 Mile Run)
Participants are encouraged to arrive at least half an hour before their start time. The kids will swim in Buchanan Pool,
depending on age run around ponds or on the Pioneer Trail toward Elk Meadow. Then finish the race by riding their bikes
around ponds (5-6 years old) or out and back on the Buchanan Trail.
$25.00 (Standard charge) Late Registration Fee: $10.00, beginning Aug 19, 2018
http://www.evergreenrecreation.com/Yout ... athlon.htm
Annual BBQ (and Bluegrass!)Hosted by The Cody Sisters and Conifer Historical Society & Museum-Aug. 19th, 12 PM - 3 PM,
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: http://www.coniferhistoricalsociety.org/tickets/ This concert is SOLD OUT
BACK to SCHOOL Cooking with E.O.’s-August 19, 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM, Blue Mountain Kitchens Showroom, 10791 Kitty Dr Suite A,
Conifer, CO. Fun Foods for the back to school season! Learn to create kid-friendly lunches that will taste good and boost their immune systems for the back to school germ fest! We’ll prepare and share recipes with EO’s for healthful, tasty, kid-friendly meals.
$10 class fee includes a cooking oil sample. http://www.naturaladvantagewellness.com
American Legion All-You-Can-Eat-Buffet-Breakfast-Sunday, August 19th, 8:00 am - 12:00 pm, Location 601 Clark
Street, Fairplay, CO. $10.00 12-adult $5.00, 4-12 years of age, Free under 4 years of age. 719-836-2720
Bagelmania (Hosted by The Bagelry)-August 19th, 10 AM - 2 PM, The Bagelry, 1242 Bergen Pkwy, Evergreen, CO.
A community event for all ages. Come meet your local first responders from Evergreen Fire Rescue Fun. Free food.
Games. For kids and adults FREE food from: Vivian's Gourmet,The Bagelry, Raquelitas Tortillasn FREE Beverages
from:Rocky Mountain Soda Company ,New Age Beverage,Xing Tea,Teakoe Tea, Dazbog Coffee (303) 674-1413
Free CPR class(Hosted by Indian Hills Fire Rescue)-August 20th, 7 PM - 10 PM, at Indian Hills Fire Rescue,4476 Parmalee
Gulch Rd, Indian Hills, CO.Free American Heart Association HeartSaver CPR class hosted by Indian Hills Fire Rescue. Students
will learn CPR, how to use an AED and how to care for someone who's choking. Please email email@example.com to sign up.
Eco- Fiber Art Workshop Series(Picture Frame Weaving)-Thursday, August 23rd, 10 AM - 1 PM, Beaver Ponds Environmental Education
Center, 2234 Busch Run Rd, Fairplay, CO.Join us for this great summer series of fun, hands-on workshops. You will create beautiful
pieces and yarn made and dyed from natural, eco-friendly materials. All workshops are $25.00. Registration closes 3 days before each
workshop. Payment is accepted at the workshop via check or cash. Sorry, we don’t take credit cards. Workshops are for adults and kids
over 15. In our Picture Frame Weaving class you will weave a tapestry of beautifully colored natural yarns in an up cycled picture
frame. We will provide frames and yarns. You may bring your own materials to add to your work of art such as colorful fabric,jewelry,
beads, stones, bones, and sticks. You will have time to gather materials on-site as well. You will leave with an art piece suitable
for any wall. contact Kristin Barrett at 719-836-0123 or firstname.lastname@example.org to register or You can register for this class
online at http://beaverponds.org/fiber-weaving/ Hurry! Classes sizes are limited, and they fill fast! Light snacks will be provided.
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... http://www.EvergreenChristianOutreach.org
TGI Fairplay Free Concert Series_Aug.24th, on Front Street, brought to you by Prather’s Market, featuring the amazing Hazel
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.
Kings Valley Wine & Spirits LLC-August 24th,1-7 pm, Coors/Corona girls,August 25th, Bud and burgers truck.
Games, giveaways, Also wine and beer tastings both days. Free admission. Location:Kings Valley Market Place.
Behind the Kum N Go on hwy 285.(GRAND OPENING)
Harvest of Hope-Aug.25th, 5:00 -8:00 pm, Join us for this year's biggest fundraiser for The Yellow House! Come support
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: http://harvestofhope2018.eventbrite.com $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
email@example.com, 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,
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. https://www.evergreenfineartsfestival.com/
Ice Cream Social(Hosted by Bailey Library)- August 25th, 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM, 350 Bulldogger Rd, Bailey, CO.
Fall Fest Cornhole Tournament(Hosted by South Park Schools Foundation)-Aug 25th, 1 PM - 7 PM, Alma Town Park, Alma, CO.
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.
Park County Historical Society Dinner and History Presentation-August 25th, at Hartsel Fire station, 86 Valley Ave.,
Hartsel, CO., at 5 pm. Come join us for good food, fine friends and a bit of history. Presentation "Zebulon Pike National
Trail", by Harv Hisgen. Members $8, Guests $10.
20th Annual Health and Safety Day and Adoption Event (Hosted by EAPL)- August 25th, 8 AM - 2 PM, Evergreen Fire Rescue
1802 Bergen Pkwy, Evergreen, CO. T his is going to be a great event! We are expecting around 25 agency
booths , 100 volunteers and approx. 700-1000 attendees. This year we have several great events lined up such as a:
Pancake Breakfast, Bicycle Safety Course (with helmet and bike giveaways),Fire Truck Tower Bucket Rides,Firefighter
Demonstrations,Flight for Life Helicopter Landing,Fire Hose Water Shoot,Hot Dog BBQ,Bouncy Houses
Bottles & Brushes- August 25th, 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM, Continental Divide Winery, FAIRPLAY TASTING ROOM,Rocky Top Center,
331 Highway 285,Fairplay, CO. Enjoy some exceptional CDW wine while letting out your inner artist. No artistic skills
and knowledge required. $35 per person. Space is limited so reserve your spot today.Reservations required. 719-838-2349
Music on the Mountain(Hosted by Wilderness on Wheels)-August 25th, 2 PM - 6 PM, Wilderness on Wheels, 45954 US Hwy 285, Grant,
CO. Featuring Kicked to the Curb, Shades of Jade, J. Fitty Smith BAND and Jack Barker Band, all playing on August 25th at the
Wilderness on Wheels. The show is FREE. This day is dedicated to Roger West, the founder of Wilderness on Wheels, and will be
MC'ed by Craig C. Food & beverage available. Free parking.
5th Annual People’s Choice Car/Truck/MC Show-September 1st, at Rolling Thunder Cloud Cafe, 611 2nd St, Guffey, CO.
Fall Gourmet Dinner /Music +Comedy Events TBA Sat.eves For more details call:(719) 689-3090
SOUTH PARK PLEIN AIR ARTS CELEBRATION-4th thru 8th, Fairplay,CO.Schedule of Events:
Tuesday, September 4, 2018 Informal Meet and Greet Reception and Orientation for the artists Coyote Creek Studio Arts,
419 Front Street-6:00 pm.
Wednesday, September 5, 2018 Hosted Paint-Out at Beaver Ponds Environmental Education Center or Paint-Out of
Choice at unhosted locationsAwards and Artist’s dinner at Continental Divide Winery, 331 Hwy. 285, Unit D - 5:30 pm.
Thursday, September 6, 2018Hosted Paint-Out at Warm Springs Ranch or Paint-Out of Choice at unhosted locations
Awards, Artist’s Dinner and private art reception for artists and Warm Springs residents, 6 pm – 8 pm
Friday, September 7, 2018 Hosted Paint-Out at Highplains Ranch or Paint-Out of Choice at unhosted locations
Awards and Reception Event – Live Music Judging and Patron/Purchase Awards from 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Public Reception beginning at 7:00 pm, TBK Bank, 801 Main Street, free event, original art will be available to purchase.
Saturday, September 8, 2018 Quick Draw Paint-out Competition on Historic Front Street, the Fairplay Beach and South Park
City Museum, 10:00 am – Noon Live Auction at 1:00 pm for quick draw art, and art sales continue for work created all week
until 4:00 pm Just outside of 419 Front Street, Coyote Creek Studio Arts.
For more information please contact the Town of Fairplay 719-836-2622
Superior Donuts opens at StageDoor Theatre- Performed by the Adult Company, this comedy-drama takes place in a run-down
Chicago shop in the heart of one of Chicago's most diverse communities. Arthur Przbyszewski runs the shop that has been
in his family for sixty years. One day, the outside world comes crashing through the shop's front door in the character
of Franco Wicks, who applies for a part-time job. His arrival shakes things up immediately. Franco has both literary
aspirations and an unpaid gambling debt. Superior Donuts explores the challenges of embracing the past and the redemptive
power of friendship.The show runs from September 7-23, 2018. Curtain on Fridays and Saturdays is 7:30 PM. Matinees on
September 15 and 23 start at 2:00 PM. The cost for tickets is $17 - $20, with a 20% discount for groups of 10 or more.
Tickets are available at http://www.stagedoortheatre.org. The theatre is located at 25797 Conifer Road, in Conifer,CO.
Rated PG-13 for language and stage combat.
Conifer OctoBEERfest Homebrew Competition-September 8th, 8 AM - 5 PM, Conifer Octobeerfest, 25577 Conifer Rd, Conifer,
CO.In conjunction with the OctoBEERfest, we are hosting the Second Annual Conifer Chamber Beerfest Homebrew Contest.
This BJCP sanctioned competition includes medals for 1st-3rd place and 4 (FOUR!) Pro-Am opportunities.Judging will
take place on September 8, with awards presented on September 29 at the OctoBEERfest All the entries will be judged
according to the 2015 BJCP Guidelines as entered.To enter your beer or sign up as a Judge or Steward, click the "Tickets"
link below for details, or go to: https://bit.ly/2LL0RoR NEW THIS YEAR - Homebrew Contest entrants can purchase 2-for-1
tickets to the OctoBEERfest (limited to 1 set of discount tickets per brewer) so they can be present to accept their award(s)!
(Special thanks to Brooks Place Tavern for this incentive!!)Entry Limit: Competition is limited to the first 100 entries.
Home Brew Registration Period: 8/1 – 9/5/2018 Entry Drop-off Period: 8/20 – 9/5/2018
https://reggiebeer.com/ReggieEntry.php? ... IIN1000372
Living History Days Staunton State Park-SEPTEMBER 8th & 9th, 10:00-3:00,Experience the Story of Staunton State Park
Activities at the Group Picnic Area • History of Staunton State Park, Staunton family, and more •Notorious Reynolds
Gang’s hidden treasure hunt • Local historical organizations with interesting displays • Ute Spirit Tree Hikes (Times
to follow on web page) • Mountain Genealogists Society • Square dancing!! • Sharing /Storytelling with local historians
Take a hayride to join in activities in the Historic Cabin District • Johnny cakes and lemonade • Rachael Staunton’s
Medicinal Garden • Trappers and Hunters of the Day • Indian talking sticks • Cabin building demonstrations • Musical
performances with Rex Ride out • Historical games.For more information see the park webpage:
https://cpw.state.co.us/placestogo/parks/staunton or http://www.friendsofstauntonstatepark.org. 12102 S. Elk Creek Road; Pine,CO.
Canyonfest(Hosted by Kittredge Civic Association)-September 15th, 10 AM - 6 PM, at Kittredge Community Park
26440 CO-74, Evergreen, CO. Arts / Crafts, Live Music, Kids Games, Food, Beer / Wine. Vendors can sign up for
a booth here - http://store.kittredgeco.org Questions? Contact email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Kemp Family of Conifer(Hosted by Conifer Historical Society & Museum)-September 15th, 1 PM - 3 PM, 26951 Barkley Road,
Conifer, CO. One of the first families to settle in Conifer, the Kemp family name can still be seen in town today. A
visit to the Kemp Cemetery off Pleasant Park Road might make you wonder who this family was! Join us as we welcome
Lonnie and Joan Kemp in the telling of their family history. Held at the Little White Schoolhouse. Tickets: $8/10 (m/n).
All proceeds benefit the Little White Schoolhouse preservation and restoration project.
Oktoberfest celebration at South Park Brewing-September 15th, noon to 9 pm, 297 1/2 US Hwy 285, Fairplay, CO.
Live Music,great drinks, german food. 719-836-1932.
2018 Cause For Paws Hoedown(Hosted by Intermountain Humane Society)-September 15th, 3 PM - 7 PM, 236 Spring Dr, Pine, CO.
Join us for ROCKIN' HOE DOWN COUNTRY BARN DANCE and fundraiser to support the intermountain community's only animal welfare
shelter! While Cause for Paws is a whopping good time, this annual event brings awareness around community needs and how
Intermountain Humane Society is working with both animals and people to benefit the surrounding mountain communities.
This year one of the best country dance band in the area, Sugar Ridge, will be playing your favorite country dance tunes.
Pull on your boots and grab your hat for the best boot scoot all year!Enjoy square dancing and line dancing with a special
performance by cowboy poet Paul Harlan, a local favorite. There will be a silent auction with some great stuff, a 50/50
raffle, dog agility demonstration, games for the kids, beer, wine, and a commemorative souvenir.
2018 Johnny Roberts Memorial(Disc Golf Tournament)-September 15th & 16th, at Dodge City DGC / Dog Park in Conifer, CO.
PDGA sanctioned doubles tournament. About this tournament The spirit of Johnny Roberts has brought on a new challenge
this year. Push yourself in a format that tests skill, stamina, and team work. 2018 Johnny Roberts Memorial will be a
pick your own partner doubles tournament. Playing the exclusive Dodge City DGC in Conifer will test the team's ability
to work together in a mountain setting. Work together for victory or commiserate in defeat. Remember overall, the most
fun wins. Format will be best shot both rounds. Mixed teams are available as well.
https://www.discgolfscene.com/tournamen ... s_Memorial
VFW Post 12009 Breakfast-September 16th, 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
Alma Foundation-September 20th, Alma Pre-bingo potluck at 6 pm, Bingo at 7 pm, at 59 Buckskin St, Alma, CO.
their is a fee for dinner and bingo
Bottles & Brushes-September 22nd, 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM, Continental Divide Winery, FAIRPLAY TASTING ROOM,Rocky Top Center,
331 Highway 285,Fairplay, CO. Enjoy some exceptional CDW wine while letting out your inner artist. No artistic skills
and knowledge required. $35 per person. Space is limited so reserve your spot today.Reservations required. 719-838-2349
All LIBRARIES WILL BE CLOSED ON:
[b]Library Events-August 2018 http://parkcounty.colibraries.org
Note Special Events for Libraries will be Posted by dates above
Conifer Library- (10441 Highway 73)(303) 235-5275 Family Time August 4th, 11th, 18th, 25th, 10.45 am
to 11.15 am, Mini Zen Garden August 11th, 1 pm - 3 pm, Lego & Build August 12th, 1 pm-3 pm, Art House
August 14th, 6 pm-7.30 pm, Meditation Group August 15th, 6.30 pm-8 pm, Discovery Play August 18th,
11.30 am to 12.30 pm.
Bailey Library- (350 Bulldogger Rd)(303)838-5539 Story Time August 6th, 20th, 27th, 11 am,
Park County Senior Coalition August 13th, 12 pm-5 pm, BPL Computer Class, August 20th,
1 pm-2 pm, Steam Learning(Ham Radio), August 18th, 11 am-12.30 pm, Movie Matinee August
18th, 1 pm-4 pm
Fairplay Library- (400 Front Street) 719-836-4297 Story Time August 10th, 11 am, Steam Learning
August 10th, 1 pm-4 pm, Creative Writing August 27th, 6 pm-8 pm.
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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