June 21, 2019
Whoâ€™s Your Mama? A beautiful cow moose and her adorable newborn calf in RMNP. All photos by Jake Dingel
See Pages 25 & 29 Wrestling baby marmots.
ELK CALVING P2
Pretty summer hummer.
FILM DEBUT P22
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By: Kris Hazelton With the new baby elk calves and the proximity of the elk population to the Estes Park residents and visitors, everyone is urged to be on alert and know that the mothers are not being aggressive when defending their young, just protective. It’s our responsibility to not get too close to the baby or the mother during calving season. In the event that you encounter a protective mother elk anywhere in the Estes
ever, if she continues to pursue you, check around for a stick and if one is available, pick it up and throw the stick at her or if she approaches, give her a whack on her nose to drive her away.
quickly when you get too close! If you come across a protective female elk, and she is endangering people in a public area, the best thing to do is move away and call the Estes Park Police Department Dispatch Center at 586-4000. They will notify the proper authorities and the volunteers who will temporarily Protect your head. If she is an especially protective mother and charges you close off the area until the mother moves to the point of knocking you down, curl on with her calf. Educating ourselves and our visitors up in the fetal position and protect your about wildlife issues is the right thing to head and neck with your arms and do, especially around calving time and durhands. She’ll most likely ing the fall rut. give you a couple of thumps with her legs and Remember, there’s a reason it’s called wildlife. then leave you alone, not seeing you as a potential threat anymore. Advice for dog owners. If you happen to be walking or jogging with a dog, the elk will be even more on alert and aggressive towards your dog. She will see your pet as a real threat, a predator, to her baby. The best thing to do in this case is turn around and go the other way. If you can’t do that, let your dog go for the time, and save yourself. The elk will most likely chase off your dog and you can retrieve the dog a bit further down the trail. Change your route. If the elk are on the trail you frequent, there are miles of other trails, less used by the elk and it is suggested you alter your route for a few weeks to avoid potential problems. Although the elk are used to seeing people, the elk are very much still wild animals. Adult elk, both male and female, are very large and can be dangerous, particularly if they think a person is threatening their territory or offspring. Another important note, if you find a baby elk or mule deer, please never go near or touch it. Even though it could appear that its mother is absent, elk calves are seldom orphaned, and its mother is probably feeding only a short distance away. She’ll make herself known very
Elk Calves Appearing In The Estes Valley Caution Urged Around Protective Moms
Valley, here are some helpful tips. Be aware. The best thing to do at this time of year is to be very aware of your surroundings. The cows have calves all over town and you just never know when you’re going to happen to walk by a mother and calf. Back away. If you encounter a protective mother, the best thing to do is to
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back away quickly. Don’t turn your back on her, as you won’t know if she is charging you. Make yourself look large. If you have a jacket, raise it above your head, and swing it around, make yourself look formidable. Chances are the mother will be glad you’re leaving their space. How-
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Be Aware Of Swift Water Danger When Recreating In Rocky Mountain National Park As temperatures increase and thunderstorms occur, visitors to Rocky Mountain National Park should be aware that mountain streams can be dangerous especially in late spring and early summer. Don’t underestimate the power of water. Park visitors are reminded to remain back from the banks of streams and rivers. Rocks at streamside are often slippery. Water is extremely cold and can be deceivingly deep. Water levels generally rise in the afternoon and follow thunderstorms. Always provide
proper supervision for children, who by nature, tend to be attracted to water. Powerful currents can quickly pull a person underwater. Due to rapid snow melt, area trails and bridges may become impassable due to rising water levels. If you encounter impassable areas, be prepared to back track to alternate hiking routes. For further information about Rocky Mountain National Park, please visit www.nps.gov/romo or call the park’s Information Office at (970) 586-1206.
The charge(s) are merely an accusation and the defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty. On June 7 at 12:28 p.m. police were called to 451 E. Wonderview, Safeway parking lot. Upon arrival they issued a summons to a 79 year old male from Estes Park for reckless endangerment. On June 12 at 7:25 a.m. police were called to a verbal disturbance at 534 S. St. Vrain Ave. Upon arrival they charged a 24 year old female from North Carolina with domestic violence and harassment and she was transported to the Larimer County Jail. On June 13 at 1:48 a.m. police cited a 37 year old male from Illinois with disorderly conduct in the 100 block of Rockwell St. On June 13 at 12:49 p.m. police discovered a 36 year old female from Drake, CO who was involved in a motor vehicle accident was wanted on a warrant out of the Lubbock Co. Sheriff’s Office for danger-
ous drugs. She was arrested and transported to the Larimer County Jail. On June 13 at 4:27 p.m. police were called to 455 E. Wonderview about a theft. Upon arrival they issued a summons for municipal theft to a 63 year old female from Estes Park. She was later released. On June 16 at 9:15 a.m. police were called to 555 Prospect Ave. on a disturbance. Upon arrival they issued a summons to a 38 year old male from Estes Park for second degree criminal trespass and criminal mischief and he was later released. On June 16 at 10:38 p.m. police were called to a disturbance in the parking lot at 101 S. St. Vrain Ave. Upon arrival they arrested a 24 year old male from Arizona and a 22 year old female from Estes Park and charged them both with third degree assault, harassment and domestic violence and transported them to the Larimer County Jail.
From KREV-FM Radio The staff of KREV-FM mourns the death of Kathy Levine, program director. Since we are the sole station in Estes Park, we still need community support
with programs, interviews and finances. Contact us at www.epumc.org if you can help with the station. Thank you.
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Friday, June 21 5:30pm Sunrise Rotary – Pass-the-Gavel Event. Monday, June 24 5:30pm Estes Valley Library – Making Space Shuttle History: an Astronaut's Story.
Thursday, July 4 – Spend your Independence Day with Post 119!
Wednesday, June 26 @ 7pm Legionnaires monthly meeting and installation of officers
Tuesday & Thursday, Jun 25 & 27 @ 9-11am Benefits assistance for Veterans and families Thursday, Jun 27@ noon-5pm Veteran readjustment counseling. Call 970-586-6118 for an appointment.
Every Friday @7pm Queen of Hearts progressive raffle. Every day all day Pull Tabs are available. Tuesday & Thursday, Jun 25 & 27 @7pm Bingo! Fun and cash prizes for all ages!
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Friday, June 21 @ 5:30-7pm Ribs with Potato Salad $12 Every Wednesday @11:30-1:00pm Legion Lunch. Sandwich and choice of side for $8. Friday, June 28 @ 5:30-7pm BBQ Chicken $12
Larimer County Presents 2019 Environmental Stewardship Awards The Board of Larimer County Commissioners and the Environmental Science and Advisory Board honored three individuals/organizations Monday for their outstanding work with Environmental Stewardship in Larimer County at the 23rd Annual Environmental Stewardship Awards. Including this year’s awards, 88 individuals or groups have been recognized since the program began in 1995. The awards are given to individuals, businesses, and groups that engage in activities that exemplify outstanding stewardship of the environment. The award winners for 2019 are: 1. The Village Thrift Shop The Village Thrift Shop of Estes Park receives used household goods as donations. The store’s mission is to recycle all the goods they receive either through re-selling or through proper disposal with recycling programs – nothing goes to the landfill as “trash.” Thrift Shop employees also educate their community about the importance of diverting usable goods from the landfill and recycling. All proceeds from the shop’s sales of donated goods go back to the community as grants to local non-profit organizations - in 2018, they donated over $180,000 to 51 different groups. 2. Shambhala Mountain Center The Shambhala Mountain Center [SMC] lies in the mountain community of Red Feather Lakes. Like many properties in that area, it is heavily timbered which makes it susceptible to high-severity wildfires. To increase the resiliency of their property, the SMC collaborated with several land stewardship organizations to reduce forest fuels by thinning 118 acres of dense forest. The SMC property lies adjacent to other large-scale fuels reduction efforts, so their project increases the overall footprint and efficacy of those previous efforts. The SMC’s landscape-scale treatment resulted in significant environmental stewardship, which reduces wildfire
risk, improves wildlife habitat, protects clean water resources, improves forest health and community protection. Their project is an important example of effective land stewardship, which greatly contributes to the resiliency of the Red Feather Lakes mountain community. The SMC worked with several partners including the Fort Collins Conservation District, the Natural Resources Conservation Service, the Colorado State Forest Service, and Morgan Timber Products. 3. Laura Tyler – Fort Collins Conservation District Laura Tyler saw the need to divert a common agricultural waste product bailing twine - from the Colorado landfills. Partnering with Waste-Not Recycling in Johnstown and the Fort Collins Conservation District, Laura started the Twine Recycling Program, which collects bailing twine from dropoff points in Larimer County. The program then recycles it into pellets using a pelletizer purchased with a CDPHE grant. Those pellets are then sold as source material for manufacturing new plastic-based goods. Over 13,000 miles [68 million feet] of twine have been recycled, mostly from Northern Colorado. Laura works with many youth groups like Future Farmers of America and 4-H groups who assist with the collection of the twine and learn about the benefits of the recycling program. Bailing twine is a hazard when left in the environment. Birds collect it and incorporate it into their nests, where the young and adults are at risk of entanglement. Livestock and wildlife eat the twine, which can lead to death. In some cases, twine is piled and burned leading to air pollution. And when left in the environment to degrade, or ground-up with hay, it becomes microplastics that pollute our soil or waterways. Removing it from the environment, diverting it from landfills and recycling it is a great example of a longterm sustainable solution for improving the environment.
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Estes Transit (Free Shuttles) To Begin Daily Service This Saturday This Saturday, June 22, Estes Transit will begin daily service to 55 stops throughout Estes Park. This year will mark Estes Transit’s fourteenth year in operation. In 2018, the free shuttles carried 82,096 riders to a variety of destinations, including lodging locations, the Estes Park Visitor Center, downtown district, local parks and the Events Complex Park-n-Ride. Several updates were made to shuttle stop locations and service routes in 2019 in an effort to improve the frequency of service, safety of stop locations for both drivers and riders, and to provide improved connection to additional neighborhoods within Town limits. The Estes Transit system consists of five routes, all of which begin service at the Estes Park Visitor Center (500 Big Thompson Ave.) at 9 a.m. with a final trip beginning at 8:30 p.m. • Red Route (Downtown Trolley): Travels west into downtown with a variety of stops along Elkhorn Avenue, including Bond Park/Town Hall, The Ore Cart Rock Shop, Tregent Park, West Park Center, and west of Maxwell Inn before turning around and stopping at The Lazy B at Elkhorn Lodge, Mrs. Walsh’s Garden, The Grubsteak Restaurant, and Moosely T’s. • Gold Route: Travels along Wonderview Avenue and Fall River Road with stops at Timber Creek Chalets, McGregor Mountain Lodge, Fall River Visitor Center, Estes Park Condos, Aspen Winds on Fall River, Homestead Lane and Fall River Road, StoneBrook Resort, and Nicky’s Resort. • Silver Route: Travels southwest along Hwy 7 stopping at The Ridgeline Hotel, before looping up to Estes Park Health, returning to Hwy 7 on Stanley Avenue, stopping near the Dollar General / Ziggi’s
Coffee and the Saddle & Surrey before turning around at Carriage Drive / Hwy. 7 and returning to Town via Community Drive, with stops at both the Estes Valley Community Center and Events Complex Park-n- Ride. • Brown Route: Travels southwest with stops on Riverside Dr. near the Open Air Adventure Park and Estes Park Brewery, Worldmark, and Alpine Trail Ridge Inn, turning around at Elk Meadow Lodge and RV Park and then continuing east along Moraine to serve National Park Village, Meadow Mini Golf, The Twisted Pine, Piccadilly Square and Bond Park. • Blue Route: Travels east down U.S. 34/Big Thompson Avenue with stops at Estes Mountain Lodge, Best Western Plus Silver Saddle, Quality Inn, Antonio’s Pizza, Lake Estes Marina, west of Olympus Lodge, Estes Park KOA, Good Samaritan Estes Park Village, Salud Family Health Center, Crossroads Ministry, the intersection of Raven Avenue and Lone Pine Drive, Lake Front Street at Ranch Meadow, and Lower Stanley Village. Each route takes approximately 30 minutes roundtrip. Riders can download the DoubleMap app for both Android and Apple devices to track Estes Transit bus and shuttle locations in real-time. The DoubleMap app also shows the location of Rocky Mountain National Park’s Hiker Shuttle. A map of the shuttle routes, the full schedule, and special service information is available at www.estes.org/shuttles. For more information about Estes Park's shuttle routes, please contact Estes Park Visitor Services at 970-577-9900. The 2019 Estes Transit service season will end Sept. 8.
EVFPD firefighters gen- included: erally respond to medical • Emergency medical (assist EPMC): 3 calls in their personal vehi• Helicopter Standby: 1 cles, allowing for a faster response. On • Smoke/Odor Investigation: 2 other incidents, firefighters respond to a fire station to respond in department ap- • Gas Leak: 2 • Fire: 1 paratus with specialized equipment. • Assist: 1 During the week of June 9, the Estes Valley Fire Protection District (EVFPD) Estes Valley Fire www.estesvalleyfire.org responded to 10 calls for service. This
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Photographer/Author Erik Stensland At Trail Ridge Store June 25th Xanterra Parks & Resorts is proud to announce author and photographer Erik Stensland, author of the recently released Hiking Rocky Mountain National Park: The Essential Guide and Hiking Rocky Mountain National Park: The Pocket Guide, will be signing his books at the Trail Ridge Store in Rocky Mountain National Park on Tuesday, June 25th from 1:00 p.m. until 3:00 p.m. If you are heading to Rocky Mountain National Park, you'll definitely want to get your hands on this hiking guide. Written by professional photographer and avid outdoorsman who has spent the last 15 years hiking every trail in the park, this guide covers everything you need to know to have a safe and amazing experience in one of our nation's most beautiful national parks. "The Rocky Mountain Conservancy, which since 1931 has served as the philanthropic steward of Rocky Mountain National Park, recommends Erik Stenland's book. His message is very much our own." - Jim Pickering, RMC Board President Erik Stensland was born in Minnesota and moved with his family to Montana where he developed his deep love for the mountains. After several years working in the Balkans for a nonprofit initiative, where Erik met his wife Joanna, they decided to return to the
United States and settled in Colorado with their son Luke. Erik quickly became intimate with Rocky Mountain National Park and opened his own gallery in Estes Park in 2007. Erik has authored several books including Wild Light: A Celebration of Rocky Mountain National Park. This book is the result of work spanning over a decade of exploring and photographing this unique wilderness. Two new books that Eric has published are Memories of Rocky Mountain National Park and Photographing Rocky Mountain National Park. Memories is a paperback version of Wild Lights but includes all new photographs that have never been published in book form before. Photographing Rocky Mountain National Park is a landscape photographers guide on how to photograph Rocky Mountain National Park. These two new additions are available at the Trail Ride Store and will be available for the photographers signing. Join Xanterra Parks & Resorts in welcoming Erik Stensland and begin your journey and your love of this glorious park that many of us call home and enjoy on a daily basis.
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Club Members, Daniel White, WWØJD, Bill Howell, KDØZIW, Dave O’Farrell, WBØIXV at last year's Field Day.
Amateur Radio “Field Day” June 22 and 23 Demonstrates Science, Skill, and Service Members of the Estes Valley Amateur Radio Club will be participating in the national Amateur Radio Field Day exercise, June 22-23 at the Estes Valley Community Center, located at 660 Community Drive. Since 1933, ham radio operators across North America have established temporary ham radio stations in public locations during Field Day to showcase the science and skill of Amateur Radio. This event is open to the public and all are encouraged to attend. For more than 100 years, Amateur Radio-also called ham radio-has allowed people from all walks of life to experiment with electronics and communications techniques, as well as provide a free public service to their communities during a disaster or emergency, all without needing a cell phone or the Internet. Field Day demonstrates ham radio’s ability to work reliably under any conditions from almost any location and create an independent communications network. More than 35,000 people from thousands of locations participated last year in Field Day in 2018 activities. “It’s easy for anyone to pick up a computer or smartphone, connect to the Internet and communicate, with no knowledge of how the devices function or connect to each other,” said David Isgur, communications manager for the American Radio Relay League, the national association for Amateur Radio. “But if
there’s an interruption of service or you’re out of range of a cell tower, you have no way to communicate. Ham radio functions completely independent of the Internet or cell phone infrastructure, can interface with tablets or smartphones, and can be set up almost anywhere in minutes. That’s the beauty of Amateur Radio during a communications outage.” “Hams can literally throw a wire in a tree for an antenna, connect it to a batterypowered transmitter and communicate halfway around the world, ” Isgur added. “Hams do this by using a layer of Earth’s atmosphere as a sort of mirror for radio waves. In today’s electronic do-it-yourself (DIY) environment, ham radio remains one of the best ways for people to learn about electronics, physics, meteorology, and numerous other scientific disciplines, and is a huge asset to any community during disasters or emergencies if the standard communication infrastructure goes down.” Anyone may become a licensed Amateur Radio operator. There are more than 725,000 licensed hams in the United States, as young as nine and as old as 100. And with clubs such as The Estes Valley Amateur Radio Club, it’s easy for anybody to get involved right here in Estes Park. For more information about Field Day or Amateur Radio, visit www.arrl.org/what-is-ham-radio
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Monitored Weed Drop-Off Saturday Now is the time to remove mature weeds that contain seeds that will be next year’s -- and many more years -weeds. The first Monitored Weed Dropoff will be held this Saturday, June 22 from 9:00 to noon located north of the Waste Management transfer station at 666 Elm Road. Estes Land Stewardship Association (ELSA) volunteers will be on hand to answer weed questions and unload your bags. Bring in your weeds in paper yard bags for free disposal – no slash, pine needles, trash, or dirt. Please remove/shake off dirt from plant roots. Unauthorized drop-offs at this location are considered theft of services. Weeds and trash can be disposed of yeararound at Waste Management for a fee. No bags of non-weed materials will be accepted at this event. Paper yard bags are available for purchase at local hardware stores. These events are being made
possible with the support from Estes Land Stewardship Association, Town of Estes Park, Larimer County, Estes Valley Land Trust, and donations. The 12th Annual Weed Roundup will be held July 27. Additional Monitored Weed Dropoffs in August and September are pending due to funding sources. Free Fourteen Very Unwanted Weeds in the Estes Valley Identification and Management Guide weed booklets are available year round at the Estes Valley Library and at Town Hall Public Works Office, and Farmers Market during the summer months. Electronic versions are posted on the Town of Estes Park website: www.estes.org Departments, Public Works, Parks. ELSA meets the first Thursday of the month at 9:30 a.m. in the George Hix Room at US Bank. For more information about ELSA contact: email@example.com
Resurfacing Of Town Hall Parking Lot Rescheduled For June 25-26 Parking lot closed overnight/morning The Town's contractor, Vance Brothers, Inc., will resurface the Town Hall/Library parking lots beginning the night of Tuesday, June 25, weather permitting. The lot will be closed beginning at 10 p.m., and is scheduled to reopen at approximately 12 p.m. noon on Wednesday, June 26. All vehicles parked in the Town Hall and Estes Valley Library lots must be moved before 10 p.m. on June 25, or they will be towed at the owner's expense. The work was originally sched-
uled to take place June 18-19, but was delayed due to weather. After the resurfacing, parking stall lines will be painted in the existing layout. "Reserved" parking spaces will be modified, including five "Reserved" spaces next to the library loading zone that will function as parking for both library personnel and Town vehicles, and each "Bus/RV" space will be relabeled to "Oversized Vehicle." For more information, please contact the Public Works Department at 970-577-3587.
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In the past, after logging a lot of miles on the trail, I would go to bed and feel an ache in my right big toe knuckle. It wasn’t debilitating and the next morning the discomfort would be gone. As time went on the pain became more obnoxious. It got so that sometimes I couldn’t sleep on my back (with the sheet pressing down on my toes pointing up) and now, several years after the first hint of ped pain, my right big toe knuckle hollers at me often. “What did I do to deserve this? ” I ask, looking down at that went-to-market piggy grinning back at me. “I know, I know, ” I say. “High heels, pointed toe boxes, flat flimsy sandals with no arch support, hiking thousands of miles…I did it to myself. ” There’s nothing anybody can do about my big tootsie so I haven’t been to a doctor about it. I stopped wearing heels, I got custom-made orthotics and I no longer wear nonessential sandals. Still, I have a joint that reminds me it’s there, way too often. My foot isn’t deformed, my toes aren’t bent at an odd angle, it’s just one oversized big toe knuckle that gives me grief. Recently I did what most people do when they have a malady these days: I looked it up on the Internet. You know what I found out? I have gout! Gout! The sky is falling, I have gout! King Henry VIII. Benjamin Franklin. Sir Isaac Newton. Me. All with gout. The give-away is that gout most commonly occurs in the joint at the base of the big toe. The machine called the human body has 203 joints but gout strikes the big toe joint. Not all joints. Not all digit hinges. Just the big toe knuckle. How bizarre is that! No doubt, it’s gout. That’s like if you’re taking a heart disease medication and the only food that is dangerous to your health is grapefruit! Not oranges or tomatoes or any other of the plethora of food found in your local grocery aisles. Just grapefruit. A single grapefruit can do you in because it stops your body from metabolizing heart medications. So then the drugs build up in your system and next thing you know,
you’ve overdosed. That’s grapefruit for you. Pink more than white. There are thousands of plant foods but one and only one that you can’t eat if you’re on heart meds: grapefruit. It’s just plain wacky. One last thing: there’s this rare disease called fibrodysplasia ossificans progressiva that makes a person’s joints become permanently frozen in place. Its nickname is Stone Man Syndrome and until 25 years ago there had been no cure. But behold, in 1993 scientists discovered squalamine—an extract from the dogfish shark—with steroidal properties that may help in fighting FOP. Dogfish sharks! I never knew there was such a creature as a dogfish shark (until I discovered that the Chinese eat it in shark fin soup). Now they’re claiming that this very particular species might aid in relieving symptoms of a very rare disease. How did someone ever put an extract of squalus acanthias with the rare disease fibrodysplasia ossificans progressiva? Amazing. Perhaps, if I wait long enough, someone will discover an extract from a rare species of turtle that will cure my bothersome right big toe knuckle. After all, gout is the disease of kings caused by the overindulgence in food and wine, right? It is rheumatism of the rich. Everyone knows it inflicts only the upper classes. As I am neither royal, overindulgent, nor rich, it could be that maybe—just maybe—I have a mild case of the common bunion and not gout at all. (Clarification: “While it is true that diet is related to gout, the notion that only the rich get gout is not. Gout, in fact, strikes many people of all social and financial backgrounds. Currently more than one million people, almost all of them male, have gout. ” –Forbes magazine, April, 2003.) You may let The Thunker know what you think at her e-mail address, firstname.lastname@example.org. © 2019 Sarah Donohoe
Merry Marthas Welcome Summer Residents The Merry Marthas welcome summer residents to attend their next meeting on Friday, June 28, at 9:30 at Presbyterian Community Church of the Rockies. Merry Marthas is a group of women who sew, knit, crochet, or weave and then donate their finished projects to local charities. They meet on the fourth Friday of
Join us this weekend!
June 21, 22, 23
The Baldpate Inn proudly presents
Summer in the Keys
We have the KEY to starting your summer off right! Celebrate Summer Solstice at The Baldpate Inn’s Summer in the Keys
June 21st is Float Friday We may not have a pool you can float in, but we have Root Beer Floats that will be sure to cool you off. Sit on the porch and pair it with a piece of our Coconut or Key Lime pies. June 22nd is Citradelic Saturday: Cool down with an ice cold Citradelic or a fresh glass of homemade citrus punch
each month to share the projects they have completed. New members are always welcome, even if they are parttime residents. For more information, please call the church at 970-586-4404.
June 23rd is Summer Sundae Sunday: Come dressed in your best summer gear and come enjoy our Sundae buffet with unlimited toppings. Guests with the best Flip Flops, Sandals, Hawaiian shirts, or sunglasses will get entered twice in our drawing.
Enter all weekend to win a Key Gift Certificate! Grand Prize drawing of a Key Gift Certificate on Sunday evening. Unlock your summer of fun with us at the Baldpate Inn! CALL now for reservation 970-586-KEYS (5397) www.BaldpateInn.com The Baldpate Inn, 4900 South Highway 7, Estes Park, CO
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Estes Park Quota Gives Grants To Further Education Jean Austin and Laura Trump from the Estes Park Quota Club Student Grant Committee recently got together with three recipients of their grants to offer
them congratulations and good luck in their future endeavors. The grants were given to Hanna Bergsten, Holly Moore and not pictured, Morgan Brown.
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Guess Who’s Visiting Estes Park In July? Waldo Of Course!
Art Center Gallery Manager Retirement Party The Art Center of Estes Park is sadly saying goodbye to Vickie Mastron who has served the organization as Gallery Manager for the past nine years. Vickie’s outgoing and sunny personality will be greatly missed. The public is invited to a going away party for Vickie on Sunday, June 30 between 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. at the Art Center, 517 Big Thompson Avenue, in Mid-
dle Stanley Village. Light refreshments will be served. Vickie and her husband, Bill
Cody, are relocating to Crestone, CO to begin a new life together, and everyone at the Art Center wishes them the utmost happiness.
Lars Sage, well known to many in the community, will begin his employment as the new Gallery Manager at the Art Center on June 24. He recently served a three-year term on the Art Center Board of Directors and was the primary force in launching the Estes Valley Plein Air event, successfully hosted for the first time last year by the organization. Lars’ energy, good humor and genuine love of people will be perfect qualities to help the Art Center move forward. Please plan to attend the going away party for Vickie at the Art Center as we all wish her well on their new venture.
Illustration copyright © 1987-2019 by Martin Handford.
Macdonald Book Shop is sponsoring #FindWaldoLocal Scavenger Hunt in downtown Estes Park for the month. Fifteen other businesses and locations are participating and will be hiding a small Waldo figurine somewhere for you to find. Get your #FindWaldoLocal passport at Macdonald Book Shop, Estes Valley Library, Cliffhanger Used Books, Inkwell & Brew and Estes Park Visitor Center. Wondering where to search for Waldo? These are just a few of the places you can look for Waldo: Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory, You Need Pie!, Kirk's Flyshop and Mountain Adventures, Rocky Mountain Connections, Colorado Homestead, Toy Mountain and Outdoor World. #WheresWaldo
American Legion Post 119 Art Center of Estes Park Ballet Renaissance Boys & Girls Club of Larimer County Crossroads Ministry of Estes Park Estes Arts District Estes Land Stewardship Association Estes Park Bright Christmas LTD Estes Park Chorale Estes Park Education Foundation Estes Park Elementary – bee keeping Estes Park Elementary – cafeteria rehab Estes Park High School- Sewing Machines Estes Park Schools – community wellness night Estes Park School Choir Estes Park Middle & High School – outdoor adventures Estes Park Middle School – career events Estes Park Middle School – exercise bikes Estes Park Elementary Music - instruments Estes Park Elementary 5th grade – classroom furniture Estes Park Elementary & Middle School – robotics club Estes Park Elementary School – classroom furniture Estes Park School – Dia de los Muertos Estes Park Middle School – outdoor adventure gear Estes Park High School – composting system Estes Park High School – 3D printer Estes Park School Library – AV equipment Estes Park Museum Friends & Foundation, Inc.
Estes Park Nonprofit Resource Center Estes Park Education Foundation Estes Park Senior Citizens Center Inc. Estes Valley Amateur Radio Club Estes Valley Crisis Advocates Estes Valley Library Friends & Foundation Estes Valley Recreation & Park Foundation Estes Valley Restorative Justice Partnership Estes Valley Watershed Coalition Estes Park Learning Place Partners Mentoring Youth EVICS Families for Estes-Plant a Book Glen Haven Area Volunteer Fire Dept. Habitat for Humanity Habitat for Humanity of the Estes Valley Healing Waters Foundation Estes Park Sister Cities Salud Family Medical Center - Medical Salud Family Medical Center – dental assistance KREV-LP League of Women Voters of Estes Park Lifelong Learning of Estes Valley Preschool Oratorio Society of Estes Park The Old Gallery Trout Unlimited Chapter #453- Alpine Anglers Volunteer Fire Dept of Big Elk YMCA of the Rockies
The Shop started its 4th year in April. The first year, it donated over $93,000 to 39 organizations. In its second year of operation it gave over $180,000 to 51 different programs. Including this, its 3rd year, the Village Thrift Shop has given back to the Estes Community OVER 1/2 MILLION DOLLARS! Paula Martin, president of the Village Thrift Shop board of directors said “We would like to thank all of our generous donors, the many customers who shop at our shop, and our very generous landlord (Susan Signs, of Estes Park Rent All).
MOST OF ALL, WE THANK OUR WONDERFUL VOLUNTEERS, WHO DO SO VERY MUCH WORK TO ALLOW US TO EXIST”. The shop is run entirely by volunteers. There is no paid staff!
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Estes Park Health Is Now A Medication Take-Back Location Get rid of the medication you’re no longer using Do you keep your medications securely locked, or in an unsecured cupboard in your kitchen, bedroom or bathroom? In a recent presentation to the Rural Estes Alliance for Community Health (REACH) group, Greg Fabisiak from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment shared that your medicine cabinet can be the least supervised area in your home and a temptation to visitors searching for access to drugs. Fabisiak shared that teenagers believe prescription drugs are easier to get than beer, that prescription drugs are safer to use because they’ve been prescribed by a physician and many who abuse opioids say they obtained free drugs from a friend or relative. Many of the drugs that are being obtained for illegal use are unused patient medications – 50% of unused drugs have been in the home for one to five years and 25% from one to twelve months. There are many reasons drugs go unused: • Ineffective • Undesirable side effects • Change in treatment • Symptoms Improve • Patient death • Over-prescribing • Over-packaging One way you can be part of the opioid abuse solution is to monitor your drugs and dispose of them properly when you are no longer using a prescription. Matt Makelky, Pharmacist at Estes Park Health, worked with the State of Colorado to allow Estes Park Health to become a Medication Take-Back Station. The station is located on the first floor in the Physician Clinic and allows anyone to bring in unused medications and properly dispose of them Monday – Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and Saturday from 8:00 a.m. to 12 noon. The following items are accepted in
the Medication Take-Back Station: • Prescription medications, including prescribed controlled substances (DEA Schedule II-V) • Over-the-counter medications • Liquid medications (small amounts in original, non-leaking containers) • Medication patches (Used Fentanyl and Duragesic patches are extremely hazardous. They may be folded in half, sticky side together and flushed down the toilet.) • Medication samples • Medicated ointments • Vitamins • Pet medications • Unused drug injection cartridges – unused EpiPens and insulin pens. (Must be unused with needle still protected inside.) • Unused inhaler canisters – Advair, Spiriva, ProAir, Ventolin. (Must be unused, empty canisters or unneeded plastic holders/mouth pieces.) These items CANNOT be accepted in the Take-Back Station: • Marijuana • Illicit drugs (DEA Schedule I drugs like heroin, LSD, etc.) • Needles, syringes and other sharps. Sharps must be taken to the Emergency Department. • Chemotherapy drugs • Medical tools and supplies • Bloody or infectious waste • Personal care products • Thermometers • Empty containers • Medication waste generated by health care facilities, including nursing homes Please go to https://eph.org/new-medication-take-back-station-at-estes-parkhealth/ for additional information about this new service at Estes Park Health. You can also call 970-586-2200 for additional information.
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It’s My Privilege. Handling trauma is never a small matter. Combine it with altitude, and it can become a big deal. That’s why Jessica feels so privileged to work in her hometown alongside some of the country’s most highly trained EMS professionals, most with 20 years on the job and some ZLWKDGYDQFHGH[SHUWLVHLQȵLJKWRSHUDWLRQV7UDLQLQJ it’s crucial when handling emergencies, especially those in the elevated place you call home.
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Estes Park Medical Center is now Estes Park Health. New name, same independence that puts our community first.
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Live The Ultimate Resort Lifestyle At Mountain Village At Lake Estes By: Kelli Williams
Now introducing a new upscale residential-resort community in Estes Park, Colorado – Mountain Village at Lake Estes, listed by LIV Sotheby’s International Realty broker Chris Angelovic. This community is exceptional, highlighting the surrounding lake and granting stunning views of the mountains. A thoughtfully designed subdivision, Mountain Village at Lake Estes starts at an unbeatable $657,500 for single family cabins. With only 32 single family cabins in the community, interested buyers or investors should act quickly to reserve their space in Mountain Village at Lake Estes. Investors will find this an ideal opportunity by having the ability to utilize the already in place state-of-the-art rental program offered, due to a partnership with the adjacent Estes Park Resort. All homes are zoned (A1) for use-by-right short-term rentals (1-29 days). Plus, the Home Owners Association will take care of all exterior common area maintenance/utilities, management, snow removal, and trash. “For those that take part in the rental program, our management company has been in the rental business for over 20 years and understands the intricacies that go into managing short-term rentals, including managing rates based on supply and demand on a daily basis
and surveying the local competitive set to optimize our owner's returns,” said Kevin A. Bierl, president and chief executive officer of the developers for this project, Pacific West Hotels & Resorts. Pacific West Hotels & Resorts is also the owner and operator of Estes Park Resort, a full-service hotel with a bar,
As a huge bonus, directly next door to Mountain Village is the Lake Estes Marina, which offers many water sport activities and watercraft rentals, plus you are within walking distance to restaurants, a golf course, an amusement park, horseback riding, fishing, and hiking and biking trails. As the ultimate perk,
restaurant, banquet facility, and newly built wedding/events pavilion located on Lake Estes. As a homeowner, you are able to enjoy the hotel amenities such as an indoor pool, jacuzzi, sauna, exercise facility, spa services, and of course the convenience of a bar/restaurant so close by. Estes Park Resort is the only hotel/lodge located on the lake and the new Mountain Village development will be the only resort-lifestyle, single family home development on the lake.
the development also fronts a hard-surface, 3.8-mile trail that surrounds the entire lake and welcomes a 15-minute walk to downtown Estes Park. Each of the 32 residential upscale cabins is approximately 1,577 square feet and feature two master bedrooms, twoand-a-half bathrooms, and a loft space. All homes are completed with vaulted ceilings, floor-to-ceiling Pella windows to capture the lake and mountain views, custom Bertch kitchen cabinets, custom
live edge walnut kitchen counters, stainless steel appliances, forced air heating and cooling, natural engineered wood floors throughout, interior log accent ceiling beams, and a log staircase. Enjoying the beautiful outdoors will also be a treat on the exterior patio off the master bedroom as well as on the large covered exterior deck off of the living and dining area. The exterior deck includes a stone gas fireplace, a jacuzzi, and a gas connection for the BBQ grill. “There's really nothing like these cabins anywhere in Estes Park and especially on Lake Estes. Rocky Mountain National Park attracts so many visitors from all around the world and they now have the perfect resort-lifestyle community to relax in after a long day of activities. Each cabin comes equipped with a seven-person jacuzzi to ensure the owners and/or guests remain relaxed during their stay,” added Angelovic. Phase 1 will include eight cabins, that are all currently under construction. Prices on these first-phase lots will range from $657,500 to $720,000. A beautiful entry and an open-air log structure grand pavilion are also under construction, to enhance the already beautiful community. This is a wonderful opportunity to live the Estes Park lifestyle and to take part in a truly exceptional investment opportunity. This Friday, June 21st, Mountain Village at Lake Estes in conjunction with the Estes Valley Partners for Commerce will be holding a ribbon cutting event from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Stop by to view the project and enjoy light appetizers, beer and wine. Or, you can stop by the official grand opening, which is the following day, Saturday, June 22nd, from noon to 4:00 p.m. The grand opening will include grilling at the pavilion, and refreshments provided by a local distillery and local breweries. Last but not least, there is an open house on Sunday, June 23rd, from noon to 4:00 p.m. Stop by any of these events to experience the Mountain Village at Lake Estes for yourself! Contact Chris Angelovic today to discuss options further at 720-438-9232 or learn more online at estescabins.com or mvdestespark.com.
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Rumford Returns To Rooftop Knee injury hasn’t slowed down the clown, one of the funniest men in rodeo Deep down, Justin Rumford is a cowboy, and he’s not about to let a knee injury slow him down much – even if it was a severe knee injury. In fact, he will return to this year’s Rooftop Rodeo, set for 7 p.m. Monday, July 8-Saturday, July 13, at Granny May Arena inside the Estes Park Fairgrounds. But that’s what being a clown is all about for Rumford. “We’re bringing Justin back because he’s the fans’ favorite every time he’s here,” said Mark Purdy, chairman of Estes Park
Western Heritage Inc., a group of volunteers that works with the town of Estes Park to produce the annual rodeo. “He’s funny, engaging and makes our rodeo better just because he’s here.” Rumford was injured in January at the National Western Stock Show in Denver. He worked the next week in Rapid City, South Dakota, then found out just how bad the injury was. He suffered three ligament tears – ACL, MCL and PCL – a broken tibia and a double meniscus tear, so he had surgery Feb. 7.
He returned to the arena six months after, and he hasn’t looked back since. “I’ve been doing all the therapy and the rehab, and by Aug. 1, I should be about 90 percent,” said Rumford, the six-time Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association’s Clown of the Year. “I can still do everything I normally do except for some of the acts or work the barrel. For the most part, I can do about 95 percent of everything I did before.” That’s a good thing for rodeo fans in Estes Park. As he continues to heal, he continues to be the vibrant personality that has been his gift all his life. Raised in southcentral Kansas to a rodeo family, Rumford has been around the game since the day he was born. He is a third-generation stock contractor. Rodeo is in his blood. He’s roped and bulldogged; he’s ridden broncs and fought bulls; he’s even driven the semi-tractor trailers that haul prized steeds. Now he’s living a dream. “This clowning deal is the best thing I’ve ever had,” said Rumford, who lives Ponca City, Oklahoma, with his wife, Ashley, and their triplets, Livi, Lola and
Bandy. “It’s something in rodeo that I can have a lot of longevity in. There’s not just a ton of risk, and it’s something I enjoy so much.” Now he’s the preeminent funnyman in professional rodeo, just as his awards describe. He’s a comedian by nature, something he shared through every level of rodeo on which he’s performed. Whether he’s entertaining a crowd or sharing stories after the performances end, he is the life of the party.
“People want to laugh at each other more than they want to laugh at something,” Rumford said. “When I’m in the arena, I’m saying the same stuff I’d say if I wasn’t clowning. “It’s just me being me.” That’s why people in Estes Park like having him around, and the feeling is re-
ciprocated. “That’s just a beautiful location,” he said. “It’s a great committee with awesome hospitality; it’s an awesome town, and it’s got a park right across the arena for the kids. Estes Park is just a fun place to be.” That’s one of the reasons contestants have considered Rooftop Rodeo one of the very best in the country, but there are other reasons. The volunteers on the committee come together every year to not only put on a great community event but to also cater to the athletes who make rodeo so great. “I think a big part of why people like coming to Estes Park is the way the contestants are treated,” Rumford said. “There are free stalls, and in the hospitality building, they’ve got a huge corner for kids that has a bunch of toys. “The money’s great for the contestants, and everybody on the committee treats you like family. They have a ton of 50amp RV hookups for contestants, and after a busy Fourth of July, it’s nice to pull in somewhere like Estes Park and just plug into one of those outlets and just relax.” That down time is critical for the cowboys and cowgirls who make their living traveling hundreds of miles in a given day just to compete. It also allows them to perform at an optimum level when the time comes.
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Westernaires Present A Wild West Show Like You've Never Seen!
This Friday & Saturday, June 21st & 22nd at 7:00 p.m., Estes Park Event Center, Rooftop Rodeo Arena Spend the evening with the talented youth of Colorado’s own Westernaires riding organization as they present a Wild West show extravaganza like you’ve never seen. Every year, the entire performance division of Westernaires descends upon Estes Park to impress audiences with their: colorful and precise drill riding, world-class trick riding, true-to-history Cavalry act, daring charioteers, and so much more! It’s hard to believe that these regular “city kids” are so accomplished. Founded in 1949, Westernaires has been training kids aged 9 to 19 in the ways of the old West. Some of their focus includes self-respect, responsibility, and leadership, all while working in a familyfriendly, equine environment.
With their flashy costumes, snappy music, and daring execution of skill, you too will see why the Westernaires have been called the “best precision mounted drill team at speed, anywhere in the world.” These shows sell out quickly, so be sure to arrive early. Performances begin at 7 p.m. this Friday and Saturday evenings, June 21st and 22nd, 2019 at the Estes Park Fairgrounds, Rooftop Rodeo arena. General admission is $10 and box seats are $15. Spectators under three years of age are admitted free. For more information, or to purchase tickets in advance, contact Estes Park Special Events at 970-586-6104 or visit the Westernaires website at www.westernaires.org/events/ 2019/6/21/estes-park-shows-2019
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Help Boy Scout Reduce Emergency Response Time And Add Vehicle Bay To Glen Haven Fire House #2
My name is Matthew Argo. For my Eagle Scout Project, I will be adding an extension to the Glen Haven Area Volunteer Fire House #2, which will minimize response time in case of a fire and/or medical emergency. A vehicle that will fight wildfire and structure fires will be housed in this new addition and will greatly reduce the amount of time for firefighters to respond to a call. It is necessary to house vehicles so that the water tanks used to fight fires do not freeze, and vehicles are constantly charged for use at any time. Why did I decide to do my project in Glen Haven? My great, great, great grandfather W. S. Rudolph was one of the original members and promoters of the Glen Haven Association. His cabin still stands and is still owned by the family. Also, my grandparents purchased land in Glen Haven and in 2006 built the house they presently live in.
I feel that since the Glen Haven Area Volunteer Fire Department (GHAVFD) is a volunteer fire department and all their money comes from fundraising and grants, that I can make a difference in this community by giving back to an area that I feel is special. I want others, as well as future generations, to enjoy what makes Glen Haven what it is. The community of Glen Haven is neither a municipality nor a taxing district, and the GHAVFD is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit Colorado corporation. The cost of this project will run between $16,000 and $20,000, and will be funded completely through donations and fundraising events. Please consider making a donation, to help me build this extension, to GHAVFD, P.O. Box 53, Glen Haven, CO 80532 and put in the memo line “Eagle Scout Project.”
Plant Identification Class June 25
Outdoor educator, Michael Beckstrom, will be offering a general plant identification class at the greenhouse on Tuesday, June 25th at 2 p.m. This class will focus on aspects of healing and ways to approach overall health through plants. Age recommendations are 10 years and up. This is the third class for the summer nature series as part of the Young Artists and Scholars overall mission to
empower our youth and hone their leadership skills. Michael’s goal is to bring all people closer to the earth. He hopes to see you all there. The class is being offered free through the Young Artists and Scholars Group which is located at the Cave Cat Gardens Greenhouse in Lower Stanley Village just behind Starbucks. For more information call 970-586-8707.
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Have just returned from New Orleans where Marie and I attended the wedding of my great nephew, my deceased brother’s grandchild. It was a lovely affair. The rehearsal party was at Antoine’s. Antoine’s is the oldest continuous family owned restaurant in the United States, started in 1840. I could not even begin to describe the menu, from oysters to baked Alaska with trout covered with lump crabmeat and Chateaubriand in between. Oh, don’t forget the salad and gumbo as well as the lemon sorbet! That was just the rehearsal dinner with 80 people. The wedding was at the Royal Orleans where we started eating and drinking all over again with over 200 people. Of course, both events had all and every type of beverage starting with champagne and ending with cocktails of every description. The bride and groom finally left with all of us second lining them out of the ballroom. That I gained 10 pounds and am now counting calories is almost an understatement. Besides all of that celebrating, Marie and I drove to Larose, LA to see my 97year-old sister, and across the lake for fun and of course spent some time in Harrah’s Casino. We also managed to visit my families’ graves as well as our former home. Boy, were we busy for just four days. Now, back to reality. There is no way or reason to try and give y’all any recipe for any of the dishes I ate in New Orleans. Most of them always included some sort of fresh seafood. That is what I truly miss…New Orleans style cooking. So, to repeat myself, back to reality!
Here in Estes it is the time for outdoor entertaining in a more relaxed style. No long dresses or formal attire... just shorts or slacks should be the dress of the day…that is if it ever stops raining and warms up. I love to make to make cheese dip and serve it with chips or French fries. I often do not have any Velveeta in the house, but do have cheddar. I use cheddar in so many ways. Here is an easy and short way to make a cheese dip that you may even use on hot dogs. For a queso variation, add one 10 oz. can of Rotel diced tomatoes, add green chilies, drained and squeezed dry and hot sauce (optional) to taste.
Easy Way Cheese Sauce Makes two cups 8 ounces grated, yellow sharp cheddar, 2 packed cups (you could make a white cheese sauce with white cheddar) 1 Tbs. plus 1 tsp. cornstarch 1 cup evaporated canned milk Toss cheese and cornstarch in medium microwave-safe bowl. Pour milk over and microwave 1 minute. Stir or whisk and cook in 30 seconds increments, whisking in between until smooth and melted. (about 2 minutes in all.) If using Rotel, once cheese melted add it and cook 30 seconds and stir. You can also cook on range in saucepan over simmering water. My email: email@example.com Bon Appétit.
Community Planning Celebration Of 100th Anniversary Of 19th Amendment
August 26th, 2020 will mark the 100th Anniversary of the adoption of the 19th Amendment granting women the right to vote. This action took over 70 years in the making. Countless women and men fought to bring this about including Susan B. Anthony, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Ida B. Wells,
Alice Paul, and Frederick Douglass. Several organizations including the League of Women Voters, Women’s Club, PEO, Estes Park Museum, Estes Valley Library, and Estes Park Nonprofit Resource Center have expressed interest in exploring ways for the Estes Valley to celebrate this historic event as well as celebrating the women who helped build this community we live in. If you or your organization is interested in participating in this brainstorming meeting, please join us on Friday, June 28th at 10:00 a.m. at the Estes Park Museum. If you have any questions or want to be involved but can’t make the June 28th meeting, please reach out to Jean McGuire at firstname.lastname@example.org.
1700 Brodie Ave, across from High School More Information at pccrusa.org and 970-586-4404 Sunday Ser vice at 10am
Pipe Organ - Chapel Choir - Free Parking - Children Welcome
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Puppy Class and Adult Dog Good Manners Training Offered – Proceeds Help Pet Association Judy Wood and Skye.
One of the most enjoyable part of training your dog is he’ll know when it’s training time. He’ll get up, stretch and start wagging his tail as he watches you prepare your treat bag. Having a conversation with your dog, watching him problem solve and giving him challenges will create a stronger bond. All dogs want to work. Let’s give him something to do! Positive Reinforcement training will be taught by Judy Wood of Home Sweet Home Dog Training. The sixweek puppy class (up to six months old) will be offered on Saturdays at 9 a.m. For dogs seven months and older we are offering three 30-minute private Good Manners training!
Saturday Puppy Foundation Class Orientation with your puppy- June 29, 9-10 a.m.
Puppy Class Starts July 13 through August 10 from 9-10 a.m.
Adult Dog Good Manners Private Training Call Judy to schedule your first 30minute Private Training today! The Puppy Class will take place at 1029 Tranquil Lane. Take the right culde-sac (do not go straight). Adult Good Manners private training may be held at your home, the home of Judy Wood at 2529 US Highway 34 (four miles from down town), or various locations depending on your training needs. The cost is just $60. Proceeds go to the Estes Park Pet Association. Call Judy Wood at 970-699-1856 for more information and to reserve your place in puppy class or to schedule your private lesson.
Wildlife Responder Available To Help Knowledge, experience, skills to assist and educate individuals with and about wildlife encounters/situations. Specialty is elk, deer, bears, mountain lions. Part of Rocky Mtn. Cat Conservancy Research. If you see a kill site, call asap, or if you want more information or help with a wildlife sit-
uation, call Jayne the “Bear Lady” at: 970-685-8756.
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4th Annual Friends Of Folk Festival
June 25, 4-9 p.m., Tuesday Night Live at Performance Park, 417 West Elkhorn, Estes Park Did we say free admission? Claim your spot early. Be sure to bring chairs or blankets to sit and watch the show. The Friends of Folk Festival carries the torch forward to build upon the legacy of our late friend Dick Orleans. The festival is held in the style of Dick's "Friends of Folk" nights. Entertainment includes performances from up and coming local amateurs and professional musicians plus a preview performance from the World Famous Lumpy Circus. This year's headlining performers are a JamGrass Super Band Collective featuring Adam Aijala and Ben Kaufmann from Yonder Mountain String Band, Andy Thorn from Leftover Salmon, Jeremy Garrett from The Infamous Stringdusters and Stephen Mougin from The Sam Bush Band. All donations from the festival are used
to create this wonderful event and fund Dick Orleans’ Legacy scholarships. Share the news and encourage all your friends to join us for this wonderful community music festival. Dick Orleans was always supporting others to pursue their arts, whether music or photography ¬or anything! A scholarship fund has been established with Dick’s passions in mind. Anyone in the Estes Valley with a passion for the arts can apply for the scholarship at: www.estesartsdistrict.org Friends of Folk Festival pages. Applications are due by this Sunday, June 23rd. This award will be given out at the Festival. We send a big thank you out to our local sponsors, participating festival vendors, volunteers and all who are making this event possible! Kind Coffee - Quality Inn - SkyRun Vacation Rentals - Estes Arts District Rambo's Longhorn Liquor Mart - Heidi Riedesel RE/MAX Mountain Broker Visit Estes Park - Lumpy Ridge Brewery - Mary Murphy Coldwell Banker Estes Village Properties, Ltd. - Estes Park Rent-All - Cascade Restaurant at the Stanley Hotel - The Rustic Acre Vacation Rentals - Estes Park News The venue has been generously donated by The Estes Arts District volunteers. Please join us in bringing this community event to life! For more information, go to www.estesartsdistrict.org
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Nick Mollé Releases “Nature of the Beasts” Emmy nominated Nick Mollé Films has announced the release of their latest documentary, “Nature of the Beasts.” The film explores the sustainability efforts and difficulties for the future of Rocky Mountain National Park. With special attention to the perilous future facing the very popular pika along with many other species in the park, “Beasts,” follows the fascinating premise that as Nick says, “…is the place where art and science confess their secret identity as twins.” Featuring interviews with several PhD scientists and expert park personnel, the story contends that education is what will save our parks. Whether it be the changes in climate or underfunded management of exponentially increasing visitor numbers, Rocky needs our attention. Although following critically serious subject matter, the film joins Nick and
his camera as he explores the habitats of the wildlife. Beautifully filmed landscapes by co-producer Sean Doherty enhance the experience and the educational impact of this important tour through Rocky and neighboring Estes Park. The TV edition of this film will be released to over 300 PBS stations beginning in August of this year. The film premiers on Saturday, June 22nd at The Historic Park Theatre in downtown Estes Park. Doors open for the pre-show party with hors d’oeuvres and a cash bar at 7:30 p.m. preceding the movie at 8:00. There will be a question and answer period after the show with the experts who appeared in the film. Contact The Historic Park Theatre for tickets and information. www.historicparktheatre.com
NOTICE OF VACANCY ON BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE UPPER THOMPSON SANITATION DISTRICT
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Notice is hereby given that a vacancy exists on the Board of Directors of the Upper Thompson Sanitation District. The term of office expires at the next regular election on May 5, 2020. Any interested elector may file a letter of interest in such position by mail to the attention of District Manager, Chris Bieker, at P. O. Box 568, Estes Park, Colorado 80517 (2196 Mall Road), or by email to email@example.com. The letter of interest must include the interested party’s residential address and an affirmation that the interested party is an eligible elector of the Upper Thompson Sanitation District. An eligible elector means a
person who is registered to vote in the state of Colorado and who is a resident of the special district or who, or whose spouse or civil union partner, owns taxable real or personal property situated within the boundaries of the Upper Thompson Sanitation District, whether or not such person resides within the boundaries of the District. For questions regarding the position, please contact the District Manager at 970-586-4544. To be considered for appointment to fill the vacancy, letters of interest must be received by July 10, 2019. UPPER THOMPSON SANITATION DISTRICT By: Board of Directors
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June 24 - June 28 Monday, June 24 Chicken Fried Chicken w/ mashed potatoes, gravy & vegetables Tuesday, June 25 Beef Brisket Sandwich w/ coleslaw Wednesday, June 26 Grilled Chicken Breast Sandwich topped w/ cheddar cheese & 3 bean salad Thursday, June 27 Chicken Alfredo w/ garlic bread & side salad Friday, June 28 Fish & Homemade Chips w/ clam chowder soup
July 1 - July 5 Monday, July 1 Hawaiian Chicken Sandwich w/ pasta salad Tuesday, July 2 Hot Roast Beef Sandwich w/ mashed potatoes, gravy & vegetables Wednesday, July 3 Taco Salad w/ chicken Thursday, July 4 Closed Friday, July 5 Tuna Salad Sliders (3) w/ coleslaw All noon meals are $5 for current EP Senior Citizens Center members and are by reservation only. Reservations must be made by 1:00 PM at least one business day in advance. Note, if you want to reserve a meal for Monday, June 24th, you need to call before 1:00 PM on Friday, June 21st. For reservations call 970-581-2195 (Monday â€“ Friday 9:00 am - 1:30 pm). Pre-paid meal tickets and membership forms are available at the Estes Park Senior Citizens Center at our NEW location 1760 Olympian Lane. Eat at the Senior Citizens Center or take Meals to Go! Regular hours of operation 9:00 am -- 1:30 pm Monday thru Friday. Join or renew membership for 2019! Check out our website: estesparkseniors.org TriFit, Balance, Mah Jongg, Tai Chi, crafts, games, and other activities. NEW dedicated location and space !
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‘WHAT GOES AROUND MUST COME AROUND!’
We have heard it often said: “What goes around comes around!” Its truth has been witnessed it in many situations in our society. Sadly, some do not consider its wisdom as applying to them and their activities. Lawbreakers often think that they can act viciously and will be the one who escapes the ‘comes around’ result of their actions. Recall the picture of a recent school shooter sitting dejectedly at the courtroom table after taking the life of a ‘hero’. Recall the child abuser who loses everything, Think of the reckless driver who dies in the crash. The list goes on. This is just the way it is…and as it should be! Jesus said: “Whatsoever a man sows he will reap!” However, many a person who runs roughshod over another says: “No, not me!” until he realizes that, often in this life, and certainly in the next: “What goes around comes around!” In the Bible book of Esther is a graphic story of one person who learned firsthand that ‘what goes around comes around’. His name was Haman, a man who had achieved a level of prominence in King Xerxes kingdom. In his arrogance he expected everyone to bow down to him and obey his wishes. Mordecai, one of God’s people and cousin to Esther the Queen, refused. Haman vowed to destroy Mordecai and all Jews and deceived the king into issuing a law to that effect. As he ‘strutted’ out, very cockily, thinking about what was soon to happen, he saw Mordecai again and, feeling a renewed rage, he decided to build a seventy-five foot tall gallows just for Mordecai. Unknown to Haman, sometime previously, a plot to assassinate King Xerxes had been uncovered by Mordecai. He foiled the plot, thus, saving the King’s life. The report of Mordecai’s heroic deed was filed in the King’s records and tucked away. As Haman’s plot to have Mordecai hanged moved toward completion, King Xerxes had a sleepless night. He decided to review the records of recent events in his Kingdom. Coming upon the report of the foiled assassination, he asked what had been done to reward ‘hero’ Mordecai. Learning that nothing had been done to reward him, he asked Haman, who walked in about then: “What should be done for someone the King wants to honor?” Haman, arrogantly thinking ‘he’ was the ‘honoree’, recommended that the ‘hero’ be dressed in one of the King’s royal garments, placed on the King’s horse and then led by a dignitary through the city streets, crying, “This is what the King does for those he wishes to honor!” The King said: “Haman, you do this to Mordecai the Jew immediately!” Things go downhill very quickly from there for Haman and he ends up hanged on the seventy-five foot gallows he had prepared for Mordecai. “What goes around comes around!” “Whatever a man sows, he reaps.” This historical event should be weighed in Estes Park right now. Many of us have been dismayed by the efforts of a few people who want their wishes honored by the majority of the citizens. They said, in essence, “I know that we had a fair election and those who won the approval of the majority were put in office. I know that they have served our community well in those and other capacities. But we don’t like it. We want to be in the places of honor and those people removed. So, let’s do an expensive vote all over again and make that happen.” So how does this relate to the story above? I believe…as many do…that this unrest has been started and perpetuated by a few…much less qualified and devoted…who visualize themselves in any vacated positions. But, you know what? “Whatever goes around comes around!” “Whatsoever a man sows, he reaps!” Thousands of civic-minded citizens will be carefully perusing names appearing on any ballot of these who show arrogance and disregard of other Estes Park citizens by costing our city extra expense while distracting our civic leaders from doing their work, just to please their egos. They will find that all of us have long memories. I believe that “What goes around, comes around!” and “Whatsoever a man sows he will reap!” will be seen by all.
Bike Estes Day Next Weds., June 26 Like to ride your bicycle? Bike Estes Day is Wednesday, June 26th, Estes Park’s unique celebration of cycling. The day begins early with the statewide Colorado Bike to Work Day, continues in the afternoon with a Costume Bike Parade and culminates with the Performance Park Bike Party. Bike to Work Day festivities will take place between 6:00 a.m. and 9:00 a.m. at Estes Park Visitors Center. Bike riders will be welcomed with free coffee and breakfast items thanks to Kind Coffee, Egg & I, and Cinnamon’s Bakery. And it’s not just Bike to Work Day; it’s also Bike to Fun Day! Estes Park Mountain Shop will set up a bike course for kids to ride. The celebration continues in the afternoon with the Costume Bike Parade. Join us at the Estes Park Visitors Center at 5:30 p.m. to decorate your bike for the parade. We’ll provide bike decorating materials, but don’t forget your costume! At 6:00 p.m., the parade begins when cyclists depart from the Visitor Center and ride to Performance Park down Elkhorn Avenue, which will be closed to car traffic thanks to the Estes Park Police Department. This will give locals and visitors alike some family friendly fun to see. Trophies and other fabulous prizes will be awarded for great costumes. Once the parade arrives at the Perform-
ance Park, the Bike Party begins! Live music will be performed by Lumpy Ridge Circus Preview, Emery Wilkins, Dad & Daughter Duo, and Hip Hop Dance Party. Wade Johnston will act as master of ceremonies. Food trucks (Roaming Rations & 2 Chicks Wings & Henhouse) will be waiting for you as well as beer and non-alcoholic drink vendors. There will be games for the kids and time to mingle with friends and family. Come out and have a great time! Bike Estes Day is made possible by generous contributions from community-minded businesses like Kind Coffee, Egg & I, Cinnamon’s Bakery and Estes Park Mountain Shop; and is sponsored by Estes Park Nonprofit Resource Center, Lumpy Ridge Brewery and the Estes Park Cycling Coalition. EPCC is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization whose mission is to promote and increase cycling of all kinds in the Estes Valley through advocacy, education, partnerships and community building. Now in its fourth year, the Coalition strives to cultivate a biking culture in the community and make the Estes area a destination for cyclists. For more information on the Estes Park Cycling Coalition, please contact president Mike Lewelling at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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EVICS Team Grows With New Staff Masonic Lodge Community Yard Sale Saturday, June 29 - 8 a.m. until 12 p.m. 1820 S. St. Vrain Ave. For details and to reserve spaces call 577-8585.
Photo by Dick Coe
Estes Valley Investment in Childhood Success (EVICS) is pleased to announce the addition of two new staff members. Erin Gillam and Patricia Rountree have joined the team as Parent Educators using the Parents as Teachers (PAT) curriculum. The PAT program provides support to families of young children through personalized home visits, education on child growth and development and connections to community resources. Erin brings a wealth of knowledge to the EVICS team. Erin’s bachelor’s degree is in Human Development and Family Studies and she continued her education to obtain a master’s degree in elementary teaching.
She has extensive child development and teaching experience to share with local young families. She is the proud mother of Theo, 16 months (pictured) and ready to work with young families. Patricia is a second parent educator joining the EVICS team who is bilingual and will work with Spanish speaking families. Patricia grew up in Columbia and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in graphic arts. She has worked with young children as a para educator. Patricia is a devoted mother of a beautiful 12 year old daughter allowing her to pull from her own parenting experiences. Erin and Patricia join the other EVICS staff members: Jess Borries, Lead Parent Educator; Rosemary Truman, Early Childhood Navigator; Kelly Murray, Assistant Director and Nancy Almond, Executive Director. The team is excited to be working together to address the needs of families and children in our community. EVICS has recently gained membership in the Colorado Family Resource Center Association (FRCA). All staff members are busy being trained by the FRCA as well in the PAT program. For more information on the EVICS program please visit: www.evics.org or contact: email@example.com or call 970586-3055.
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Big Bang Concert On 4th of July Features Three Amazing Music Sensations On July 4 the Big Bang Concert will be a convergence of music, food and visual stimuli! Enjoy your evening in Estes Park with great music as Cowboy Brad Fitch, Elvis tribute artist, Aaron Black and Face Vocal band gather together at the Stanley Park Fairgrounds for a night of fantastic music! On site will be great food, burgers, BBQ, hot dogs, brats, salads, fries and ice cream. The event also offers free parking, covered bleacher seating and craft beer and wine. About “Cowboy” Brad
albums featuring his original music that reflects what he loves about nature and the western lifestyle. He has also been part of several other popular performing and recording acts including the Barleens’ Arizona and Rocky Mountain Oprys. Brad performs at corporate events, conventions, fairs, concerts, fund-raisers, weddings, parades, parties and at western music festivals in locations ranging from Massachusetts to Hawaii, including the Red Rocks amphitheater in Morrison,
“I intend for my songs to express the wonder of being alive on this beautiful planet, and I hope they will help listeners to feel relaxed, comfortable and happy. If my music takes you to a pleasant place in your heart or your mind, then I have accomplished my purpose.” Raised in Estes Park, Colorado, singer, songwriter and guitarist Brad Fitch has been playing professionally since he was 15 years old. “Cowboy” Brad specializes in original folk and western music. In 2001, Brad performed for the President of the United States during his visit to Colorado. Brad was presented the outstanding community service award from the Estes Park Sunrise Rotary Club in 2006. He performed during the 2008 Democratic National Convention in Denver and has opened for an impressive array of folk and western artists. He received the Hawaii Music Award in 2009. Brad was awarded the All-Around Cowboy Entertainer at the Aspen Lodge Cowboy Poetry Gathering. Brad has recorded 20
Colorado. He performs around 300 shows each year at venues of 30,000 plus. For more than 10 years, Brad has performed John Denver tribute concerts to benefit the Rocky Mountain Nature Association, the Estes Park Lions Club charities, the City of Fort Collins, Colorado, The Cancer Center of Arizona and the
Estes Park Cultural Arts Council. These concerts, which feature John Denver’s songs, have set attendance records at their venues. Brad has performed at the annual John Denver memorial concerts in Aspen, Colorado several times. Brad is a veteran United States Coast Guard officer. Colorado Springs Elvis Tribute Artist Aaron Black Aaron Black owes his entire Elvis career to two pitchers of beer and a karaoke contest! He won 1st place singing Blue Suede Shoes at an Air Force Base Club and then entered an Air Force Tops-in-Blue Talent Contest a few weeks later. He won 1st place in that too, the first of six awards he has won! Aaron has been performing his Elvis Tribute for 29 years (He has now been performing as Elvis longer than Elvis performed as Elvis!!) and has won several awards for his show. He is an avid fan, memorabilia collector and is an expert on the Elvis Presley story. The five Elvis suits that he currently wears are authentic $3,000-$4,000 recreations of Elvis' most famous suits, including the Aloha Eagle Jumpsuit worn in the Aloha From Hawaii TV concert! These suits are created by some of the same people who created Elvis’ original suits and are actually licensed by Elvis’ estate. A highlight of his full show is “Instant Elvis,” where an audience member gets dressed as Elvis and they sing a duet together! Aaron always mixes a little humor and Elvis trivia into every hip-shaking show. Aaron is often asked if he is lip-syncing, but it really is him singing. He has even performed for two people who knew the real Elvis and both gave him high marks! Aaron has always been an Elvis fan. As a child, he saw Elvis perform live six times. He even met his future wife the day after Elvis died when she asked him about the black armband he was wearing. They were married a few years later and she now sings backup in his show! Aaron served on submarines in the Navy and was also an Air Force Intelligence Officer and still teaches space operations for
the Air Force at Peterson AFB. Face Vocal Band Face Vocal Band has been captivating audiences for over a decade with their infectious energy punctuated by an endearing love of performance. Blending modern popular tunes with complex harmonies, brilliant beat-box rhythms and superb singing, Face takes their audience on a musical journey and it’s fantastic fun. Performing over 100 shows per year around the world, the band has also competed on the hit NBC series “The SingOff,” headlined at Edinburgh, Scotland’s prestigious Festival Fringe, and has opened for legendary performers such as Jon Bon Jovi, Barenaked Ladies, Jay Leno, The Wailers, 38Special, Manhattan Transfer, Rick Springfield, Culture Club & Boy George. Back home in Colorado, Face continues to be voted “Best Local Band/Musician” by numerous publications. They win audience awards and regularly perform for packed audiences in iconic venues such as Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Paramount Theatre, Swallow Hill, Boulder Theater, Soiled Dove Underground, and the Denver Bronco’s Mile High Stadium. Critics and fans world-wide describe Face as “a true American heartland sound” and “soulful singing stands out above the crowd.” Schedule Gates will open at 5 p.m. and the music starts at 5:45 p.m. 5:45 to 6:30-Brad Fitch performing a John Denver Tribute 6:45 to 7:30-Aaron Black with an Elvis Tribute 7:40 to 9:30-Face Vocal band No need to move after the concert, stay where you are and watch the 4th of July fireworks over Lake Estes just as the music ends. Tickets for this fantastic night of entertainment are just $17 for adults, $5 for kids, and can be purchased at bigbangconcert.com Don't miss it, buy your tickets now! For more information, email Josh at BBC_concessions@msn.com
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Scandinavian Midsummer Festival Kicks Off This Weekend Come for the raising of the Midsummer Pole and stay until the last Viking has left the village. The Scandinavian Midsummer Festival this weekend, which celebrates the summer solstice, will become an annual tradition for you and your family. Be entertained and educated about the Scandinavian traditions and culture with fun and lively dancing, exhibits, kids' activities, and more! Whatever your heritage may be, join in the many families across the country from Scandinavian descent who gather at the festival to share their heritage. In the heart of historic downtown Estes Park, at the intersection of Elkhorn (the main street) and MacGregor Avenues, admission is free to the Midsummer Festival which has celebrated Scandinavian cultural heritage for over 25 years. Be inspired by the rich cultural heritage of Scandinavia as you peruse the Scandinavian Market featuring 80+ artisans, organizations, and performers who share their cultural heritage through food, crafts, demonstrations, and entertainment. Spend time browsing the large art & craft fair. Exhibitors will be selling traditional Scandinavian food, baked goods, decorations and hand-made crafts. The folk-art of decorative painting on wood called rosemaling in Norway, and dalamaling in Sweden, will be well-represented. Other exhibitors will have hand-crafted items such as pottery, fabric, woodworking, jewelry, painting, metal work, photography, glass and more. All the exhibitors will have some Scandinavian inspired or traditional work. The craft demonstration tent will have a combination of workshops and demonstrations, including hardangar
and Swedish huck embroidery, spinning, lace knitting, and children's knitting lessons. At the Lefse Tent one can see demonstrations on how to prepare these famous thin Norwegian potato pancakes. Don’t miss the Fjellborg Viking Village where you’ll witness swordsmanship, a Viking ship replica, traditional crafts and daily life demonstrations at the historically correct encampment. Admire the Scandinavian automotive industry at the Scandinavian Classic Car Show with the Rocky Mountain Volvo Club as well as the Rocky Mountain Saab Club where many different models will be on display throughout the weekend. Schedule: Friday, June 21st Beer Garden and Market Preview 4 - 9 p.m. Saturday, June 22nd 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. On Saturday at 9:30 a.m. don’t miss the raising of the Maypole, followed by a Grand March entrance. Costumed representatives from each of the five Scandinavian countries enter the park carrying the flag of their country, followed by the national anthems. Dancing and live music continue all day with opportunities for the audience to participate in some dances. Sunday, June 23rd 9:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. The festivities continue The Scandinavian Alliance of Colorado welcomes you and your family to the 27th Annual Scandinavian Midsummer Festival. This annual festival will surely become a much anticipated tradition.
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Early Worms AA meets at 7 a.m. every morning except Sunday in the basement of Saint Bartholomew’s Church at 880 MacGregor Ave. For more info, please call 970-586-1090 or 970-443-3538.
7:00 p.m.-open Tuesday-5:30 p.m.-open Wednesday-Saturday-7 p.m.-open Meeting location is 701 Elm Rd. next to the automotive shop. We welcome friends and visitors to attend these open meetings.
Women’s AA Group
Tuesdays at 6 p.m. St. Bart’s Church. 880 MacGregor Avenue. 11 step prayer and meditation meeting, every last Tuesday of the month.
Park Al-anon meets Wednesdays from 6 to 7 p.m. at St Bartholomew's Episcopal Church, 880 MacGregor Ave., Estes Park.
Early Worms AA Meetings
Estes Park Al-Anon
Al-Anon Group in Estes Park meets from 7-8 p.m. every Friday at U.S. Bank. 363 E. Elkhorn Ave. Call (970) 481-3367 for more info.
Al-Anon Newcomers meets at Harmony from 6:30-7:30 p.m. Saturdays, 1600 Fish Hatchery Rd., Estes Park.
Fall River Group of AA The Fall River Group of Alcoholics Anonymous meets daily at noon. Other meetings: Sunday- 7:00 p.m.-open Monday-5:30 p.m.-Women’s Study &
AA Allenspark Monthly Meeting The 4th Thursday of every month is the AA Potluck Anniversary Meeting 5:30 p.m. Allenspark Fire Dept. Community Room Downstairs.
New Horizons Group of Narcotics Anonymous Thursdays at 7 p.m. - Open meeting. 701 Elm Rd.
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Monday Artisan MarketMeet Michale Duncan
Come meet the artists and hear their stories, view awesome artwork and have fun at Riverside Plaza in downtown Estes Park. The Monday Artisans Market is located at Riverside Plaza, formerly known as George Hix Riverside Plaza, downtown, 10:00 - 5:00, every Monday throughout the summer months, June, July and August. This week's featured artisan for the Monday Artisans Market at Riverside Plaza is Michale Duncan. Michale, a local Estes Park artist, creates beautiful and unique Celtic jewelry. He has 20 years experience crafting fine art jewelry, and is self-taught. His passion for the process, working in recycled silver, gold, and bronze, along with a variety of gemstones creates incredible, one of a kind jewelry. Michale's Celtic heritage is his main inspiration for his artistic creations. He has been creating Celtic jewelry for more than 23 years. It is his all encompassing passion. He spends much time researching Celtic myths and heritage and incorporates these into his work. All of Michale's designs are beautiful and original. He does all of his own pattern work, mold making, casting, chain, and lapidary. He strives to produce 100% handmade wearable jewelry. The process itself is a vessel for rudimentary ideas, dreamed and then fully conceived. Recurring design themes are nature and animals, which are his passion. Michale does lost wax casting as do most Celtic jewelry artists. He tries to keep each and every piece unique by doing the stone cutting, and cutting unique shapes which helps with things like ergonomics so the pieces, are very comfortable to wear. Michale has been exploring using multiple metals, combining bronze, sterling silver, fine silver and 23-karat gold to produce a series he calls “artifacts.” These pieces use the ancient Korean art of Kum-boo, which ruses pure gold onto silver. It gives the impression that the piece spent time “lost or buried.”
Quaker/Unitarian Group Meeting The Quaker/ Unitarian group meets each Sunday morning at the US Bank meeting room (363 East Elkhorn Ave). Quaker silence is from 10-10:30. Social time is from 10:30-11. Presentation and discussion is from 11-noon. This week, the discussion will be led by Dr. Steve Andersen. His topic will deal with E.O. Wilson's Pulitzer Prize winning book, Half Earth: Our Planet’s Fight For Life. All are welcome. Please join us. If questions, please call Randy Maharry 515229-8299.
Michale creates rings, broaches, pendants, necklaces, earrings and bracelets. Many of his pieces contain a secret element — a charm that faces the wearer, to "empower" the owner of the jewelry. The Monday Artisans Market offers a unique opportunity to enjoy and support local artisans. We are all about local art, local artisans, and our unique stories about our art, that makes each and every one of us unique. The Monday Artisans Market connects Estes Park residents, businesses, tourists and the arts within our community. Celebrate our local artists. Stop by, say hi, meet the artisans, see their labor of love, and hear their story.
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Annual Glen Haven Pancake Breakfast Saturday, July 20 Mark your calendar and join the fun at the Glen Haven Area Volunteer Fire Departmentâ€™s annual pancake breakfast on Saturday, July 20 from 7:00 to 11:00 a.m. The price is $7 for adults, $4 for children ages 5 to 10, and children under five eat for free. Firefighters will once again be serving pancakes, scrambled eggs, sausage, juice, and coffee in the firehouse in Glen Haven. Fantastic treasures, including but not limited to, gift certificates from restaurants and other local businesses, home furnishings, and artwork will be offered in the silent auction. Be sure to stop by the bake sale for homemade pies, cakes, breads, and cookies. There will be a craft show featuring local artisans as well. The GHAVFD defends 500 structures located on over 25,000 acres of mostly forested land and responds to vehicle crashes and incidents requiring emergency assistance along County Road 43. They also support other area agen-
cies when called upon. The department currently has 20 incredible volunteers who put their lives on the line to protect our community and its assets. This breakfast event is one of the departments main source of income. There have been several unplanned expenses and needed equipment this year including a leak in their primary Engine 11, air bottles for their breathing apparatus, and needed air packs and masks to replace 15-yearold equipment. The community of Glen Haven is neither a municipality nor a taxing district. GHAVFD is a 501 (C) (3) non-profit Colorado corporation. All contributions are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law. If you are unable to attend, please consider making a donation to GHAVFD, P. O. Box 53, Glen Haven, CO 80532. For more information on the breakfast and the Department check out www.glenhavenfire.org.
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The Baldpate Inn Presents Its 2019 Summer Enchanted Evenings
On Wednesday, June 26, 2019, at 7 p.m., The Baldpate Inn is pleased to welcome Colton Morton our very own Key Room Curator. Colton will be speaking about the Baldpate Inn Key Room and some stories behind the keys. Colton Morton is a recent graduate in History & Anthropology from Colorado State University in Fort Collins. His interest in these subjects arose due to an interest in humans and their cultures past & present. From an early age he was delving into lore and mythologies of the world before turning to their more mundane, but no fewer interesting counterparts as he grew older. These interests were compounded by his time in the Boy Scouts of America where he got his first taste of teaching others on the sub-
jects of American history & archaeology. All of this has led to his current occupation as the Key Room Curator Inter of the Baldpate Inn, and hopefully a fruitful career in museum exhibit work going forward. The Summer Enchanted Evenings at the Baldpate Inn, on Highway 7, are held every Wednesday throughout the summer beginning at 7 p.m. There is no charge, and refreshments are provided in the Key Room. The Baldpate Inn would love for you to be able to join them for the talk. If you would like to enjoy a soup and salad buffet for dinner before the presentation, you can call and make reservations at 970-586-KEYS (5397) or call for any other questions about the presentation.
Summer In The Keys We have the key to starting your summer off right! Summer in the Keys 2019! The Baldpate Inn is proud to kick off the summer with Summer in the Keys, a summer solstice celebration! Our weekend extravaganza features three themed days of fun in the sun with featured food and frosty drinks. Friday, June 21-Float Friday Saturday, June 22-Citradelic Saturday Sunday, June 23-Sundae Sunday Each day will provide a one of a kind experience that you are not sure to forget. Start your Friday off right by celebrating the beginning of summer with a
frosty root beer float and a slice of coconut or Key lime pie (a seasonal special). On Saturday kick off your summer with an ice cold Citradelic, our newest beer on the menu, or a fresh glass of our citrus punch. On Sunday don’t forget to stop by in your best summer gear to enjoy one of our special sundaes at the annual sundae bar! Feel free to call us to make your (always recommended) reservations now! The Baldpate Inn is just a short trip from town for the best view around. The Baldpate Inn is recognized for delightful and cozy Bed and Breakfast accommodations, one of a kind key collection, and an exceptional dining experience. We look forward to sharing the unique enchantment of The Baldpate Inn with you!
Free Balance Assessments At MedX Of Estes Starting June 3rd through June 28th, MedX interns are conducting Balance Assessments. The balance assessments will include different balance tests. Results indicate likelihood of future falls. Individuals will be able to take results to
their next doctors appointment to discuss if physical therapy would be beneficial to help prevent future falls and injury. Please call to set an appointment, 970-577-0174.
Brian Hahne To Speak At YMCA Of The Rockies Worship Service On Sunday, June 30, Brian Hahne will be the guest preacher at the YMCA of the Rockies Estes Park Center. He will provide the message for the 10:00 a.m. service at Hyde Chapel. Brian is the Executive Director of Partners Ending Homelessness (PEH) in WinstonSalem North Carolina. Brian Hahne has served as executive director of Partners Ending Homelessness (Partners) since January of 2017. Hahne came to PEH from Veterans Helping Veterans Heal, a Winston-Salem non-profit organization that restores home, health and spirit for homeless veterans, where he served as Executive Director since 2014. In his role as Executive Director at PEH, Hahne is responsible for the professional leadership and management of PEH, the collaborative applicant for the Guilford County homelessness Continuum of Care. Hahne provides and fosters coordination and cooperation among diverse groups, including working with representatives of both public and private sectors of the community. The primary focus is to build capacity,
strengthen partnerships and further the systematic development of the process of ending homelessness in Guilford County, North Carolina, which includes the Piedmont Triad communities of Greensboro and High Point. Bringing nearly 17 years of professional experience working with paid and volunteer staff in nonprofit, academic, and faith-based organizations, Hahne holds a Bachelors degree from Furman University and Masters degrees from UNCGreensboro and Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. Brian also serves as a teaching pastor at his church, Redeemer Yadkin Valley. He and his wife, Sarah, have three sons and one daughter, and live in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. To learn more about Brian Hahne and Partners Ending Homelessness, please visit their website http://pehgc.org. This Sunday service is a part of the Chapel Ministry’s 2019 Summer Worship Fest program. Learn more about the YMCA Chapel Ministry and 2019 Summer Worship Fest at ymcarockies.org/activities/ chapel-ministry/
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Hear Tales Of Rocky Mountain National Park’s Early Innkeepers Storyteller Kurtis Kelly will lead an evening of campfire stories drawn from the adventurous history of our area’s early tourism. “’Welcome, Weary Traveler’: Innkeepers of Rocky Mountain National Park History” will take place on Thursday, June 27 at 7:30 p.m. The one-hour program will be held at the Moraine Park Discovery Center Amphitheater, and the event is sponsored by Rocky Mountain Conservancy. Registration is $15 per person, and free for children 12 and under. Advance registration may be done at www.rmconservancy.org. One hundred years ago, ranchers and homesteaders rapidly built lodges and cabins for visitors who were flocking to discover Rocky’s scenic beauty. From Abner Sprague, who transformed the land with a human-made fishing pond that still bears his name, to Enos Mills, who insisted that guests not pick flowers or play cards while in the cradle of na-
ture, each of these innkeepers and their families created lifelong memories for their guests. Meet these characters through first-person living history performances. Other figures covered will be Joe Mills of the Crags Hotel, Charles Edwin Hewes of the Hewes-Kirkwood Inn, “Squeaky Bob” Wheeler of the Milner Pass area, and the famous F. O. Stanley. Kurtis Kelly is a local performer well-known for his many re-enactments of local and regional legends. The campfirelegends series will conclude on Thursday, July 6, when Kelly performs a medley of stories titled “Rocky Mountain Tales of Survival.” Registration for that program is also available at www.rmconservancy.org. Weather permitting, a campfire with marshmallows will be available after the presentation. Attendees should plan to bring jackets or rain gear to prepare for changing outdoor conditions.
July 4th Fun and Festivities at Museum Friends’ Coolest Car Show The annual Coolest Car Show in Colorado is a local Independence Day tradition, designed as a festival for the whole family to enjoy. This year’s event takes place on Thursday, July 4th from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Estes Park Event Center, located at Stanley Fairgrounds. Admission to the Coolest Car Show is only $8 for adults, or $5 for young people ages 6 to 17. Children 5 and under attend free. Tickets will be on sale that day inside the lobby. Spanning both the Event Center and next-door Pavilion, the Coolest Car Show features rows and rows of classic and vintage vehicles—everything from early models to today’s state-of-the-art electrics. There will be local car owners from Estes Park and many more from throughout Colorado, plus many from out-of-state. Among the attractions returning this year is the “Bronconator,” an otherwise green 2014 Honda CR-V that is decked out in magnets as a Broncos tribute vehicle. Owner Chuck DeVorss does his part by applying his face paint and Broncos apparel and memorabilia.
Auto exhibitors may pre-register now through June 29. Registration forms may be found at estesparkmuseumfriends.org. For more information about registration and sponsorship opportunities, call 303-475-7152. The Coolest Car Show is familyfriendly festival, with special activities for kids and a photo booth. Food will be available for purchase, and a beer truck will be on site. Tickets will also be on sale that day for the July 4 Big Bang Concert, featuring the internationally-acclaimed Face Vocal Band, Cowboy Brad Fitch and Elvis Tribute Artist Aaron Black who will be performing that evening at the Estes Park Fairgrounds. For more information about the evening concert or advance ticket purchases, visit bigbangconcert.com. The Coolest Car Show is a fundraiser sponsored by the Estes Park Museum Friends & Foundation, a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit dedicated to supporting the Estes Park Museum through fundraising, publications, outreach, volunteerism, special projects and events.
Crossroads July 4th Benefit Breakfast The public is invited to communitywide breakfast on Thursday, July 4, in the parking lot of Our Lady of the Mountains Catholic Church. The breakfast, cheerfully prepared each year by the Knights of Columbus at Our Lady of the Mountains, helps Crossroads Ministry of Estes Park help our neighbors in need in the Estes Valley. Cost for a hearty pancake and sausage breakfast is $8 for adults or $5 for children under age 10. Bring a can of food to get a dollar off the ticket price and to help stock the food pantry. Crossroads is extremely grateful to Our Lady of the Mountains and the Knights
of Columbus as well as the following sponsors: The Wapiti, The Egg & I, Rambo’s, Estes Park Rent All, Estes Park News, Estes Park Trail Gazette, Hobert Business Services and Starbucks. Crossroads also thanks the volunteers who make this event possible. Last year, 40 volunteers helped serve about 460 breakfasts. Celebrate the 4th, bring a friend for breakfast, and make a difference in our community. The mission of Crossroads Ministry of Estes Park is to practice Christian love by providing basic human services for residents in need in the Estes Valley.
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Where the EstesValley has been coming for real estate solutions since 1985!
Mike & Marie Edwards
Randy Good Broker Assoc.
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ENJOY UNSURPASSED VISTAS of Rocky Mtn Nat'l Park & Continental Divide from this home on top of Prospect Mountain. Custom built, one owner. Secluded, treed setting, short walk to Prospect Mountain Trail for hiking. 3 bedroom, 3 baths Great room plus family room and 2 wrap around decks to enjoy! $615,000 000 1450 Prospect Mountain Drive
THE ONE YOU'VE WAITED FOR! 5-bedroom home is serene mountain setting, with mountain views that will take your breath away! Great room, Family rooms, office and lower level set up for extended family with a living area, kitchenette, bedroom and bath $619,900 1230 Meadow Ln.
NESTLED IN THE PINES AND ASPENS, is this 3 bedroom home on rare 2.25 acres, offering serene mountain living, Spacious floor plan w/ vaulted ceiling, hardwood floors, that is open and bright. Updated kitchen, 2 decks, garage, plus storage building. $585,000 397 Tahosa Park North Rd.
/3 bd/2.5 bath WELL-BUILT LOG SIDED HOME w/3 on 10+acres w/pond. Mtn views & abundant wildlife. Backs to Nat’l Forest & close to trails. Stone frplc, knotty pine, lots of windows. Includes Lots 35 & 36
$649,000 1317 Dunraven Glade Rd. Glen Haven
OPEN HOUSE Sat., 6/22 -
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LIVE YOUR BEST LIFE inn this gorgeous modern mtn retreat. Main-floor living at its finest: ample space & majestic views, open floor plan featuring vaulted ceilings, large master suite w/ luxurious soaking tub. Space for relaxing & entertaining.
udor w/ marble LUXURIOUS, COMFORTABLE Tudor entry, crown molding, cherry cabinets, gourmet kitchen, wet bar, other fine finishes. Sweeping, unobstructed views of Long’s Peak & wildlife viewing are yours to enjoy from sunny nook, spacious deck + any of several picture windows.
SOARING CEILINGS, FINE WOOD FINISHES are just a start of what this gorgeous home offers. Included adjoining out lot can never be developed; private sanctuary feeling stays forever. Meticulously updated & well-maintained home will make your dreams come true.
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STAND-ALONE CONDO; 2 bed/2 bath. Great Rm Design, cath. ceilings, FP, ceiling fan, wood floors. Includes ALL furnishings: refrig, micro, Smart TV, BBQ & mattresses new 2018. Mtn view from all windows + Cont. Divide from lg deck. Near Lk Estes for fishing, boating, hiking.
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$379,900 1880 Sketchbox Lane #5
$1,200,000 2165 Governors Lane
$700,000 1090 Woodland Ct.
OPEN HOUSE Sat., 6/22 - 10-2pm
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Text 881923 to 970-237-4137 SPACIOUS 3 BEDROOM log home. Bright, flowing floor plan with wall of windows leads to a covered wrap around deck overlooking property. A gardener’s delight with fenced gardens, workshop and garage. $629,900 2281 Larkspur Ave.
SECLUDED, QUIET, PRIVATE, yet just minutes to downtown. 4-bed, 3-bath home has been lovingly well-maintained. Gorgeous kitchen has quartz counters, birch cabinets. Updates include: fresh exterior paint, 3-year old roof, Anderson windows, much more! $620,000 1857 Highway 66
1920’S ESTES PARK CABIN! Minutes to town, w/ rock formations, featuring 2 bedrooms, full bath, open floor plan with full kitchen, bath & laundry. Vaulted wood ceiling & wood floors throughout. Walk out basement, storage, fenced yard w/ deck. $230,000 2389 US Highway 34
ENJOY SOUNDS OF FISH CREEK ffrom this passive solar home w/views of Twin Sisters, Longs & Krueger Rock. LR frplc bamboo flrs in kitchen/ dining areas & quartz counter add Colorado style. Back deck w/big views. Access to walking paths into town/trails. $545,000 3011 Fish Creek Rd
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WHY BUY A 2ND HOME you’ll use only a few weeks a year? There is a variety of flexible timeshares at Rams Horn Resort. Awarded Gold Crown Distinction so you’ll always have a wonderful experience on your Rocky Mountain getaway to Estes Park.
ONE LEVEL 2 BED, 2 BATH DUPLEX condo w/fireplace, office or den, garage and snowcapped mountains view. Well constructed and maintained with a good HOA. In floor radiant heat. Very convenient to downtown and grocery shopping.
BEAUTIFUL, WOODED MTN PARADISE in nearly BEA 3 acres on Storm Mountain. A secluded gem delivering nature, aspen groves, meadow areas & Colorado wildlife. Included is a "tiny house", separate outhouse w/ compost toilet for off-grid living capabilities.
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Public Open House/Lecture “Our Energy Resources 101: Colorado’s Energy Options” The Estes Valley Astronomical Society (EVAS) in conjunction with The Estes Park Memorial Observatory is offering a free public open house/lecture on Saturday, June 22, 7 p.m. The goal of EVAS is to promote amateur astronomy and education in the Estes valley Have you wondered how burning fossil fuels or soaking up sunshine can make electricity? Do wind turbines kill birds, heat the Earth, and cause cancer? Why don’t we have more nuclear or geothermal energy generation in Colorado? Our society relies heavily on energy resources for electricity, heating, and transportation. Possibilities for satisfying our needs include coal, gas, nuclear, solar, wind, hydropower, geothermal, hydrogen, and biomass. We will discuss energy options, examining how each works along with its availability, reliability, economics, and environmental considerations. What are
our most realistic and advantageous prospects for the future, and what is the direction Colorado appears to be taking? At the end of the talk, we will consider an additional important energy resource, one that is superior to all of the above in terms of cost and sustainability. Can you guess what it is? This illustrated presentation is intended for a general audience. Our speaker is Dr. Gordon MacAlpine a retired astronomer, physicist and a member of the Estes Valley Astronomical Society (EVAS) club. He received a BA in physics from Earlham College and a Ph. D. in astronomy from the University of Wisconsin. After a stint at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, NJ, he joined the faculty at the University of Michigan where he was a Professor of Astronomy until 2000. Then he accepted the Zilker Distinguished Professor of Physics chair at Trinity University in San Antonio, TX, where he continued teaching astronomy,
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• Investment Property with 27 Cabins on 9.5 Acres • 1 Bed, 1 Bath, 562 sq ft • Activity Center, Heated Pool, Miniature Golf • Log Home, Lg Bedroom w/ New Addition • 2018 Operating Income up 52% Since 2014 • .65 Acre, Fenced Yard/Garden Area
Call Kirk or Peggy
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physics, and environmental science until his retirement in 2012. Gordon and his wife, Barbara, recently moved to Estes Park in 2014 to Estes Park. Recently, Gordon has been working with the Platte River Power Authority as they transition to renewable energy generation. The observatory is just north of the high school at 1600 Manford Ave. Park in the teacher’s parking lot adjacent to the observatory. The doors will open at 7:00 p.m. and the meeting will start at 7:30 p.m. The presentation, including a question and answer period, lasts about an hour. After the presentation, weather permitting, we will look through the new 16 inch dome telescope at various celestial objects. Information about the meeting can be found on the observatory website at: www.AngelsAbove.Org If you have any questions, please check the EPMO web site at: www.AngelsAbove.org. The lecture is free to the public and no reservations necessary. Just come and join the party and be ready to ask questions! For more information, please call the observatory at 970-586-5668.
Open House Sat, 6/22 10AM-12PM www.2410SpruceAve.info $687,000
• Meadows, Stream, Peace and Quiet • Mature Trees, Rock Outcroppings • 35.37 acres, Borders National Forest
• 3 Bed, 3 Bath, 2421 sq ft • One Level Living, Updated Kitchen • 2.71 Acres, Lg Patio, 5 Car Garage
Call Kirk or Peggy
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• 3 Bed, 2 Bath, 1144 sq ft • Main Level Living, 1.31 Acres • Close to Longs Peak Trail Head
• 3 Bed, 2 Bath, 2 Car Garage • 1705 Sq. Ft., 1.2 Acres • Gorgeous Views, Private Setting
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108 Longs Peak Rd. $2,600,000
7840 County Rd 43 $92,500
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• Commercial lot allows for home or business or both. • White Eagle Ranch located on 25 acres • Lot with direct access to Devil's Gulch • 7,260 sq. ft. ranch home with Guest cabin Road • 6 bed 7 bath • Well on property – .55 Acres- Level Lot
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1421 Sunny Mead Lane $1,175,000
875 Moraine Ave.
$699,000 • Rare Lg Home Rental Permit for 16 Guests! • Excellent Business Location • 7 Bed, 5 Bath, 5,590 sq. ft. • 2 Buildings • Mtn. Views, Outdoor Living w/ Deck, Stone Fire Pit • Income Property or Luxurious New Home! • Separate water, sewer,and electric meters Call Heidi or Kirk
1942 Jacob Rd $1,050,000 • 2 Bedroom, 3 Bath 2118 sq ft • Gated community, Great Views • 19 Acres, Heated 3 car Garage
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2222 Highway 66 #12 $494,900 • Beautiful Victorian condo in wooded nook • Spacious 3 Bed, 3 Bath, 2154 SQ FT • Just steps to Big Thompson river & 2 miles from RMNP
Call Maria or Javier
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Watercolor Brushstrokes Class On June 27 & 28 The Rocky Mountain Conservancy is excited to host a two-day class on Watercolor Brushstrokes taught by award-winning watercolor artist, Karen Ramsay. The class will take place on June 27th and June 28th at the RMC Field Institute Building (1895 Fall River Road) and will teach you the tools you need to capture the skies, mountains, water, and trees of Rocky Mountain National Park with stunning technique. The first halfday of the course will take place in the classroom before the class ventures into the park to explore their on-site creativity for the remainder of the course. Participants should anticipate bringing a sack lunch, a lightweight foldable chair or stool, comfortable walking shoes, and their art supplies with them for both days of the course. Some short-distance walks on mostly level terrain will occur throughout the duration of the course. Please contact the RMC Field Institute for a complete list of suggested supplies. Please note that basic drawing and watercolor skills are required prior to signing up for this class.
As a graduate of the Colorado Institute of Art in Denver, Karen Ramsay brings years of experience training under accomplished artists including Charles Reid, Burton Silverman, Frank Webb, and many more. Since growing up as a young artist in Lakewood, Colorado, Karen has continued her lifelong passions for painting and drawing and has had her work featured in the Big Sky Journal as an “Artist of the West” along with several other Colorado-based art accolades. Today, you can find her busy teaching watercolor classes to students and enjoying the art of plein air painting in locations ranging from Rocky Mountain National Park to Grand Teton National Park to her own backyard. To register or learn more about Watercolor Brushstrokes or other classes offered by the Field Institute, give the Rocky Mountain Conservancy Field Institute a call at (970) 586-3262 or visit our website at https://rmconservancy.org/.
PEACEFUL CONDO LIVING
Nicely maintained 2 bedroom 1 bath condo in the New peaceful complex known as Fall River Condos. Close to Listing town for convenience but yet far away enough from the hustle and bustle of the crowds. Updated with new flooring, the open floor plan has a spacious eat-in kitchen, living room with gas log fireplace and walk out to deck where you will enjoy overlooking the private open space with abundant wildlife, mountain views and distant sound of Fall River. Shared laundry. Call Trisha for an appointment to view 509C Fall River Lane, offered for $259,000.
629 MEADOWVIEW DRIVE
960 Riverside Drive, #9 Nostalgic, 3 bedroom, log sided home with a cabin feel! Knotty pine interior, Great room with wood burning stone fireplace, Upper bonus room with balcony offers a view of Lumpy Ridge, Large eat in kitchen with back porch. Short walk to town or shopping. $393,000
1450 Prospect Mountain Drive Top of the world views! 3-bedroom home, 2.25 acres, near the top of Prospect Mountain. Custom designed, open floorplan with walls of glass that allow you to take in the outdoor beauty. Great room, lower level family room with fireplace. 2 wrap around decks. Furniture included. $615,000
1 1.38 acres with great views, abundant wildlife and easy access to Estes Park, Lyons, Longmont & Boulder. a Wonderful W rock outcroppings & mature pines on this sloping s lot just off of Highway 36 just a few miles from RMNP. R National forest access nearby providing hiking, mountain m biking, and 4-wheel access. Meadow views overlooking o protected open-space land across the valley. l Established covenant-protected neighborhood of full time residents and second home owners. Don't let this one pass you by for just $85K! Call Mindy
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Enjoy peaceful & affordable mountain living in this well maintained 3 bed/1.5 bath condo conveniently located by the golf course. Lots of windows, F/P, large deck to enjoy the golf course & abundant wildlife, master w/ private balcony, so much storage, private laundry & covered parking. Steps away from scenic bike/walking path, close to RMNP, Lake Estes, shopping & downtown Estes Park. Flexible property has multiple possibilities as a primary residence, 2nd home, weekend getaway, or investment. 1121 Fairway Club Cr A1 , $309K. Call Mike
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970-586-2345 ANGE EALTY, LTD. 300 E. Elkhorn Avenue, Estes Park
Rocky Ridge Music Center’s “Music In The Mountains” Concert This Sunday
The Oldest Real Estate Company In Estes Park 52 CANYON COVE LN Within 5 minutes of Estes Park. Beautiful moss rock W/clear cedar. 1+ acre W/stream & surrounded by National Forest. Enjoy hiking in undisturbed privacy. Open design living room with cathedral ceiling & expansive moss rock fireplace. Sunroom W/scenic view. Custom-built sauna. Built-in Entmt. Ctr. W/large-screen TV. Brazillian cherry hardwood floors. Multi-zone radiant floor heating, incl. the garage. Marvelous kitchen with cherry wood cabinets providing enormous storage. Spacious MBR W/Large walk-in closet.
Rocky Ridge Music Center (RRMC) proudly presents their second concert of the 2019 Music-in-the-Mountains faculty concert series this Sunday, June 23rd at 3:00 p.m. This performance, at the beautiful Rocky Ridge Music Center Concert Hall nestled between Longs Peak and Twin Sisters, will feature Dawn Wohn, violin; David Rose, viola, Gerardo Teissonnière, and Andrew Campbell, piano.
tions he represents. From appearances at the Aspen Music Festival in Colorado, the Amati Music Festival and Lincoln Center in New York to concert halls in Asia, Europe, North and Latin America, he appears in solo recital, as soloist with orchestra and in duo-piano and chamber music performances in major concert series as well as in radio Dawn Wohn Highly sought after musician with a wide range of styles and in-
Andrew Campbell Dr. Campbell is Director of Collaborative Piano Program and Associate Director for Graduate Studies at the Arizona State University School of Music. He recently completed his 8th season as Director of Chamber Music for the Saarburg Serenaden Musoc Festova; (Germany) and the Vianden International Music Festival (Luxembourg), performing annually on their faculty recitals in collaboration with colleagues from the US, Europe and Asia. David Rose David is a member of the Regina Symphony Orchestra. He is associated with the Vancouver Symphony, the CBC Vancouver Orchestra and many chamber music series from coast to coast in Canada. David was awarded the position of associate principal viola of the Vancouver Symphony. He served for 8 seasons as principal viola of KitchenerWaterloo Symphony and violist with the Canadian Chamber as Ensemble as well as teaching at the University of Waterloo. David also has interest in baroque viola and studied with Stanley Ritchie, and tours with Tafelmusik. Most recently, David served as the acting assistant principal viola of the San Francisco Symphony, enjoying involvement in a European tour and the Grammy-winning Mahler symphony recording cycle. GerardoTeissonnière Regarded by international critics and audiences as an artist of extraordinary musicianship and rare sensibility since his acclaimed solo recital debut at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C.. He brings to the concert stage an exciting amalgam of the diverse and important musical tradi-
terests, Dawn has performed with orchestras such as the Korean Broadcasting Symphony and the Aspen conducting orchestra. She has performed recitals in Carnegie Weill Recital Hall, Jordan Hall and Alice Tully Hall in Lincoln Center. Currently, Dawn holds a position of String Division Chair, Assistant Professor of Violin at Ohio University School of Music. Her debut album featuring diverse works by female composers will be released in early 2019 by Delos Records. The program opens with Petite Suite for Four hands, L. 85 by Claude Debussy, followed by Cello Suite No. 6 for Solo Cello (viola) by JS Bach, Martinu’s Three Madrigals for violin and viola, and finally Robert Schumann’s Kinderszenen, Op 15. Tickets are available for Music in the Mountains by calling 970-586-4031, or at the box office on the day of show at 2:00 PM. Tickets are $25 for general admission, $20 for seniors and students, and free for children under 12. Doors open at 2:30 p.m. and parking is free. All patrons are invited to a reception following the concert where they can meet the performers. This performance will be held at Rocky Ridge’s historic concert hall adjacent to Rocky Mountain National Park., located at 465 Longs Peak Road, Estes Park, CO, 80517. Venue is ADA accessible. For more information, visit www.rockyridge.org, email email@example.com, or call Kathy McDonald at 970-5864031.
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Near the 18 hole golf course, this 2 bed, 2.5 bath, standalone condo is in perfect condition. Eat –in kitchen, vaulted ceilings, gas fireplace, patio and deck. Also has a 2 car garage. Located in the city with city utilities. Slightly used as a 2nd home and get-away. Furniture is included! Home is bright and airy with many windows.
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Music In The Glen Starting Friday, June 14 and every 2nd & 4 Friday of the month. Open mic and jam at the New Glen Haven Town Hall from 6-9 p.m. th
Bring your own refreshments and drinks. Calling all musicians! Come meet other players and learn some new material in this beautiful new venue!
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Recycling Update By: Judi Smith
owned doors, windows, tools, hardware, lighting, cabinets, tile, sheet goods, and In addition to the items acceptable for other home improvement materials. recycling at the Residential Recycling They also buy the leftovers when your Center (RRC) and the Transfer Station job is complete. Like at any “thrift shop” (TS), many other options are available in you never know what you may find. Estes Park. Eight different EP businesses (Kent and I went down last week, just to accept items for reuse. Eight businesses look around. Our brand new, never accept items that they then recycle. used, washer and dryer works great!) Three businesses give away things other www.unclebennysbuildingsupplies.com folks can reuse. And this does not count Both BTEC www.btecdesignshop.com the restaurants that participate in the and the UPS Store https://locations.thepre-consumer food recapture program upsstore.com/co/estes-park/453-e-wonwith Crossroads. I am sure there are others. If your business or non-profit organ- derview-ave accept (for reuse as shipping supplies) cardboard boxes bubble ization collects things for reuse or recywrap, air-filled packing pillows, and cling, (or gives away by-products that exceed your needs), please let me know! packing paper. Snowy Peaks and Estes Park Brewery give-away cardboard Donations intended for reuse must be clean and serviceable, must be delivered boxes to folks who need them. Additionally, BTEC will accept Styrofoam when the store is open, and must be acpeanuts and #6 blocks, as well as pallets cepted by shop personnel. Dumping (for shipping) and natural cork (yes, when no one is looking is against the wine corks!). If you are dismantling an law! old deck, they have an ongoing use for The Cliffhanger bookstore accepts the wood (as art supplies). books, both hardcover and paperback, Other shops accepting items for reuse plus movies, recorded books, and music include Ed’s Cantina, who collect on DVDs and CDs. (Details are available brightly colored napkins that have reon the website.) During your visit, peplaced the paper version in their restauruse their offerings. Our family had a rant, helping the environment twice great time there last week. www.estesvalover. Enchanted Florist accepts vases to leylibrary.org/booksale-donations/ pass on to homes that will treasure Our local thrift shops are gems! We them. Stanley Village Dry Cleaners will currently have two: 1) Elizabeth Guild take all those wire coat hangers that you (plus Lizzie’s) now at 425 West Elkhorn no longer need. and Village Thrift Shop (1138 Manford Of course, no list of Planet Partners Ave.) Guidelines are available at would be complete without Bestway www.epvillagethrift.org/donations and Painting. For several years after the www.facebook.com/theelizabethguild PaintCare law passed, We still had to Acceptance is determined by the conditake leftover paint down to the Haz-Mat tion of the donation and the space availCenter near Fort Collins. Then, Bestway able in the store, but better yet, it must started their Paint Recycling Program. meet the individual shop’s criteria as Contact them at 970-518-4001 to check “saleable.” This makes our Estes Park applicable products. Not only do they Thrift Shops a really fun place to shop. accept it, they will even pick it up at Elizabeth Guild has just moved into your home if need be. The reusable larger quarters and Village Thrift Shop paint products are added to their suprecently received the Environmental plies, then used to reduce customer cost. Stewardship Award from Larimer The unusable products collected are reCounty. Go check them out! cycled at their expense. A brand new addition, and the only exThat’s only half of our Planet Partners ception to our “located in the Estes Val– products for reuse. Recyclable options ley” rule, is Uncle Benny’s in Loveland. will wait until next week’s article. This is a real find for anyone doing RRRcyc2se@gmail.com will reach me home improvements. They sell predirectly.
Get Ready For The Estes Park 2019 Rooftop Rodeo The Rooftop Rodeo has a very exciting 2019 lined up! This year’s Rooftop Rodeo takes place July 8-13. Gates open at 5 p.m. each night and parking is free. We will also have live music, kid’s activities, vendors, and concessions available on midway each night beginning at 5 p.m. The nightly preshow starts at 6:30 with the main performance at 7:00. Kicking off rodeo week festivities will be the traditional Rooftop Rodeo Parade on Tuesday, July 9th starting at 10:30 a.m. Bands, horseback riders, draft hitches, floats, unique automobiles, rodeo royalty, clubs, organizations, traveling bands, trick riders, clowns and more
OPEN HOUSE Saturday, June 22 10am – 2pm ENJOY SOUNDS OF FISH CREEK from
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have added a distinctively fun time and western flavor to Estes Park as the colorful entourage makes its way along Elkhorn Avenue to the Stanley Park Fairgrounds. Tickets can be purchased at rooftoprodeo.com, by calling 970-5866104, or by stopping by the Event Center Mon.-Fri. from 8-4. Judy Anderson
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The Cultural Arts Council Presents Two Concerts The Cultural Arts Council presents two concerts at Performance Park on June 27 and 28, 2019. On Thursday June 27 enjoy the piano melodies of Jeff Van Devender. On Friday June 28 groove to the jazz, blues, pop guitar of Laurie Dameron and Lorrie Baum. Both concerts start at 7 p.m. at Performance Park
– 435 West Elkhorn Ave. These concerts are brought to you by the Cultural Arts Council with help from the sponsorship of Coldwell Banker: Estes Village Properties. New Castle, CO musician, Jeff Van Devender, is a versatile pianist whose melodic prowess has reached a global audience, captivating listeners through more than 3 decades of performance,
recordings & published works. Van Devender's music is frequently referred to as . .. a coffeehouse for your spirit. Often portrayed as Jim Brickman introduces George Winston to Elton John, his piano melodies are best described as "a blending of classical, jazz & subtle rock influences with a touch of soul.”
Music being showcased will include songs from Jeff ’s newly released cd, Grey Havens, featuring new compositions as well as some arranged covers including Elton John and Billy Joel in addition to Beethoven and others. Grey Havens is Jeff ’s sixth cd to be released since 1998 and 2019 marks Jeff ’s tenth appearance at Thursday Night Live. Recently, Jeff was recognized by The
21st Annual Thursday Night Live Plus June 13 - August 22, 2019 21st Annual Thursday Night Live Plus Performance Park • 435 West Elkhorn Avenue Sponsored by the Cultural Arts Council of Estes Park and Coldwell Banker – Estes Village Properties. Concerts begin at 7 p.m. weather permitting. Bring a blanket or a chair. For more information, call 970-402-7348 June: 20 – Richard Geppinger 21- Great Blue 27 – Jeff Van Devender 28 – Laurie Dameron
July: 11 – Cowboy Brad Fitch 12 – Brett Wilson and Friends 24 – Great Blue 25 – Elk Hollow 31 – Riverside Ramblers August: 1 – Brett Wilson 8- Beverly Sencenbaugh and Friends 15 – Tribute to Folk Singers 16 – Willie Thomas 21 - Denver MountainAires Barbershop 22 - Matthew Gurnsey – The Kilted Man
International Association of Independent Recording Artists® (IAIRA) organization with a “Top 100” certification. Jeff ’s unique piano talents have also been featured on various international and domestic commercial projects. A music educator/award winning children’s choir director by trade, Jeff served as the CO Music Educators Association General Music Chairman. His piano music can be heard Sundays at the Glenwood Springs Methodist Church and New Castle, CO Episcopal Church. Raised in a musical household in Oskaloosa, Iowa, Jeff ’s father was a band director & mother served as a church choir director. While searching for his own musical voice, His diverse musical influences began to shape an unique direction in his piano playing and composition style. Jeff will be the first to tell you much inspiration can be credited to the alpine environment, but also heavily influenced and rooted in the heartland where he came from. “I feel as I reach higher, I am coming home. My music comes from that place I am reaching for,” Jeff recently stated. Please visit www.JavaMusiK.com for more information. Billboard Magazine award recipient, Laurie Dameron, has been playing guitar for over 50 years, and singing even longer. She studied jazz guitar at Adams State College, and shortly thereafter took lessons from the world-renowned guitarist Johnny Smith. Between solo performances and playing with her band, “Laurie D and the Blues Babes,” she has performed for hundreds of venues in and out of Colorado over the past 20 years. Ms. Dameron is a three-time winner in the Colorado Music Business Association's song writing contests, and in 2013 she passed the first round of “America's Got Talent.”
Laurie has released three CDs and is versatile with selections from folk, instrumental, pop, country, blues, and jazz. Just a few of the venues she has performed at include: Boulder Creek Festival, Capitol Hill People's Fair, A Taste of Colorado, Dazzle Jazz Club, The D Note, Mead Street Station, Mary's Lake Lodge, and Stanley Hotel in beautiful Estes Park. She has also opened for Denver acts; The Informants, The Delta Sonics, Lionel Young Band, Hazel Miller, Chris Daniels and the Kings, Dan Treanor Band, and Afrosippi with Erica Brown. Lorrie Baum, on bass and vocals, studied trombone at the Music Academy in Vienna, Austria. She took a pause from her studies to join an Austrian all-girl band, “The Soul Magics”, who played to sell-out crowds throughout Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. After returning to the USA she finished her Bachelor of Music Education degree at CU Boulder, and later earned a Masters degree in music theory and composition at UNC in Greeley. Ms. Baum taught instrumental music in the Denver Public Schools for 24 years, and has toured with many Colorado based bands including Earl Cole, Raw Honey, Nikki Dufrene from New Orleans, Airhart out of Kansas City, The Sunday Ladies, Wood and Street Talk, and Sister Swing. For the last three years Lorrie Baum and Laurie Dameron have been performing as a duo, “Laurie and Lorrie.” Together with their rich history they please any audience with folk, pop, rock, country, blues and jazz, and originals! They are Colorado’s premiere female duo. Come enjoy this wonderful music at the nice open air and acoustically pleasing location of Performance Park. Lawn chairs and blankets are welcome.
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Wyatt, Sancho, Cheetah, Einstein & Monkey Are Looking For New Homes!
Wyatt is about 10 years old and weighs eight pounds. He is friendly, social, playful and house trained. He is very sweet and loves people and other dogs. He will
make a great companion. He is in foster care but you can call Dr. C's Animal Hospital of the Rockies at (970) 586-4703 to make an appointment to meet him. Sancho is a cuddler, he is about 8-10 years old. He enjoys napping, walking nicely on a leash and eating everything he can. He is a chihuahua / doxi mix and about 11 lbs. A meeting with Sancho can be arranged by calling the Animal Hospital of the Rockies, 453 Pine River Ln. at (970) 586-4703. At the Pet Lodge: Cheetah is a big brown adorable tabby. He is about three years old and is a big friendly, happy boy. Einstein is about one year old. She is
stray and abandoned pets, control dog and cat populations by funding sterilization programs, educate members of the community, especially young people, about the humane treatment of animals and the responsibilities of pet ownership;
quiet and sweet and very good with other cats and dogs. Monkey is a one year old calico. She is spunky and fun. She is good with dogs and cats. Cheetah, Einstein and Monkey are currently living at the Estes Park Pet Lodge at the Animal Medical Center on Manford Avenue call 586-9282 for more information. Make sure to “Like” and follow the Estes Park Pet Association Facebook page to see other animals that may not be pictured this week. All pets are offered through the Pet Association of Estes Park, a non-profit organization that works to find homes for
and promote community involvement in the use of pets as therapeutic agents (e.g., in nursing homes). The Estes Park Pet Association is your local humane society. You can make a tax-deductible donation to the Pet Association by sending your check to P.O. Box 4342, Estes Park, CO 80517. For more information, contact Carolyn Fairbanks, President of the Pet Association at (970) 586-5121.
India: A Travel-Adventure To An Extraordinary Land “Our Wonderful World” continues its 13th season of armchair travel-adventures this Tuesday, June 25 with a journey to the alluring nation of India, presented by Chazz Glaze. The free program takes place at 7 p.m. at this year’s location: the lower level of the Estes Valley Community Center at 660 Community Drive. The series is cosponsored by the Community Center and the Estes Valley Library. In 2017, Chazz Glaze embarked on a two-week loop into the Rajasthan, India, with a final destination of Udaipur, the “Venice of the East.” Her visits included the Taj Mahal, sacred ancient Hindu temples, a world-famous animal shelter, and palace accommodations. Along the way, she took Hindi lessons, practiced yoga, danced on rooftops under the stars, and learned to cook traditional Northern Indian food. She describes it as a “heartbreaking trip of extreme beauty and devastating poverty.” Chazz is a local writer, wellness coach, and selfproclaimed beauty hunter. She loves cook-
ing, hiking, yoga, travel, and her threelegged dog, Tripod. In 2014, she left behind the traditional 9-to-5 career path in favor of a life that allows her to travel the world more freely. She has been on the go ever since. Attendees are encouraged to register in advance at estesvalleylibrary.org so the program team can save everyone a seat. For more information about this summer’s full Our Wonderful World schedule, visit estesvalleylibrary.org. A full roster of the series is also available in print and online inside the summer edition of the Library’s Programs & Services Guide.
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What’s Happening At The Estes Valley Library SUMMER READING PROGRAM 2019: UNIVERSE OF STORIES This summer, every minute counts. Readers of all ages are encouraged to log their reading minutes, now through August 3, to help reach a lofty reading goal: 238,900 total reading minutes (that’s the distance to the Moon in miles). So far, 78,902 minutes have already been recorded. Participants can earn prizes along the way. Space themes are inspiring this year’s program, in celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon landing. Log in to record reading time at estesvalleylibrary.org. ADULTS & TEENS: Making Space Shuttle History: an Astronaut’s Story Monday, June 24, 5:30-7 p.m., American Legion Post 119 Astronaut Loren Shriver shares his firsthand experiences on the mission to launch the legendary Hubble Space Telescope. Featuring a 20-minute video of special footage taken aboard the shuttle. Register at estesvalleylibrary.org. Under the Stars: Night Birding Wednesday, June 26, 6-8 p.m., Hondius Room Bird specialist Jeff Maugans explains the nocturnal birds found in our area.
Participants will then head outside to look and listen for species. Register at estesvalleylibrary.org. Stargazing at the Observatory: Teens & Adults Monday, July 8, 8-10 p.m. Join us for an evening of education and stargazing at the Estes Park Memorial Observatory, including a brief introduction to astronomy and the night sky, outer-space movies, and viewing with a 16” RC dome telescope. Wear warm, layered clothing. Register at estesvalleylibrary.org. Middle School Book Club Thursday, July 11, 7-8:30 p.m., Hondius Room Middle school students are invited to discuss the book “When You Reach Me.” Part sci-fi and part mystery, this Newberry Award winner by Rebecca Stead has been called “smart and mesmeriz-
ing.” Register at estesvalleylibrary.org and pick up a copy of the book. KIDS: Wow! Science! Tuesday, June 25, 1:30-2:15 p.m., Estes Park Elementary School Gym Discover how awesome science can be, through disappearing and reappearing messages, floating bubbles, toothpaste for an elephant, a flaming dollar bill, and more. For kids ages 5 to 12. Register at estesvalleylibrary.org. Meet a Real Astronaut! Wednesday, June 26, 23 p.m., Hondius Room NASA astronaut Loren Shriver explains how astronauts bravely journey into space and shares stories of their amazing missions. Included is video footage of a reallife launch video. For kids entering grades 1 through 6. Register at estesvalleylibrary.org. LEGO Building: It Came from Outer Space Thursday, June 27, 2-3 p.m., Hondius Room Kids entering grades 1 through 6 will let their imaginations blast into outer space with LEGO designs ‘out of this world’. Register at estesvalleylibrary.org. Constellations: Stories in the Stars Thursday, July 11, 2-3 p.m.
Science meets art, as kids entering grades 1 through 6 learn about the night skies and how they have inspired both ancient and modern people. Participants will take home a constellation flashlight. Register at estesvalleylibrary.org. OUR WONDERFUL WORLD Our Wonderful World: India Tuesday, June 25, 7 p.m., Estes Valley Community Center In 2017, Chazz Glaze embarked on a two-week journey of adventure through India. Chazz will recount her experiences through the stories and images of an extraordinary land and people. Register in advance at
estesvalleylibrary.org. KIDS Once Upon a Cuento: Bilingual Storytime Wednesday, June 26, 3:30 to 4 p.m., Estes Valley Community Center Once Upon a Cuento takes place in the Party Room at the Community Center (No Community Center pass is required to attend). Children ages 0 to 6 and their parents and caregivers will participate in English and Spanish learning activities, with books, puppets, music and movement.
LIBRARY HOURS Library Closed on July 4 The library will be closed all day on Thursday, July 4 for Independence Day. Regular summer hours are Monday through Thursday, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Friday and Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; and Sunday, 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. FRIENDS & FOUNDATION Cliffhanger Used Bookstore: Open Daily Cliffhanger Used Books, operated by the Library Friends & Foundation, is open daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. The store is located at 191 W. Riverside Drive. Look for special bargains every Wednesday, when three genre categories will be specially priced at $1 plus tax per book. Shoppers who purchase a Library Friends & Foundation annual membership may browse each week’s new arrivals before the general public (shelves are restocked every Sunday after closing). The next preview sale is Monday, June 24 from 8 to 10 am.
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Celebrating A Space Milestone Through Programs and Reading This summer, we look to the skies. And as we do, we’re joined by special guests with spaceflight expertise. Thanks to you, we’re making exciting progress on a lunar-sized community goal: 238,900 total reading minutes logged by all ages. We’re currently 78,902 minutes to our way there. Readers of all ages are earning fun prizes for their efforts. It’s T-minus 29 days until the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon landing. On July 20, 1969, some 600,000 million people were awestruck as they watched history in the making, mostly on their 18-inch black-and-white TVs. This anniversary inspired our spacethemed Summer Reading Program, “A Universe of Stories.” We don’t have to wait until July 20 to celebrate. You’re invited to a season of programs with local and regional experts who have a “Universe of Stories” to share. To start things off, we welcome former NASA astronaut Loren Shriver for “Making Space Shuttle History: an Astronaut’s Story” on Monday, June 24 from 5:30 to 7 p.m. The presentation takes place at American Legion Post 119. Register at estesvalleylibrary.org and we’ll save you a seat. Shriver will share his firsthand experiences aboard the space shuttle mission to launch the legendary Hubble Space Telescope. The program features a 20minute video of rare footage taken on that mission. Kids have a fascination for space too— making this theme a great incentive for summertime reading. We’ve invited
Loren to give a program for kids entering grades 1 through 6. “Meet a Real Astronaut!” takes place at the Library on Wednesday, June 26 from 2 to 3 p.m. Registration at estesvalleylibrary.org. For adults—and ages 10 and up—our next stop will be at the Estes Park Memorial Observatory for a night of skywatching, outer-space movies, and viewing through the 16” RC dome telescope. Register for our next “Stargazing at the Observatory” on Monday, July 8 from 8 to 10 p.m. The Observatory will then be the site for a program with aerospace engineer Mike Grusin titled “Uncovering a Mystery at the Edge of the Solar System” on Thursday, July 18 from 5:30 to 7 p.m. NASA scientists have found the shadow of a strange object beyond Pluto. What could it be? Grusin will offer insights and explain how the New Horizons spacecraft flew past this object last January. Then we’ll welcome the Boulder-based STEMpunk group to town for a presentation titled “Fly Me to the Moon: NASA’s Golden Age and the Apollo 11 Moon Landing” on Wednesday, July 31 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at the Observatory. We thank the Library Friends & Foundation for making the Summer Reading Program possible. Thanks also to our program partners: the American Legion, the Observatory, and Estes Park Aviation Internationale Club. Log your reading minutes at estesvalleylibrary.org and register there for these exciting programs. Great books, like the stars above, are there to inspire us all summer long.
Making Space Shuttle History: an Astronaut’s Story Former NASA astronaut Loren Shriver will share his firsthand experiences on the space shuttle mission that set out to launch the legendary Hubble Space Telescope. Shriver’s 90minute program will take place at the American Legion Post 119 this Monday, June 24, from 5:30 to 7 p.m. The program is hosted by the Estes Valley Library as part of its “Universe of Stories” Summer Reading Program. The program is free, and attendees should register in advance at estesvalleylibrary.org to assure an available seat. As NASA’s website states, “Hubble’s launch and deployment in April 1990 marked the most significant advance in astronomy since Galileo’s telescope. ” That launch gave astronomers an extraordinary tool in space research. “Thanks to five servicing missions and more than 25 years of operation, ” says NASA, “our view of the universe and our place within it has never been the same.”
Shriver (Colonel, USAF, retired) formerly served as NASA’s Space Shuttle Program Manager for Launch Integration. In 1997, he became the Deputy Director of NASA’s Kennedy Space for Launch and Payload Processing. His accomplishments have earned him numerous awards, including the NASA Distinguished Service Medal and three times receiving the NASA Space Flight Medal. Monday’s program will also feature 20 minutes of video footage taken aboard the space shuttle. In addition to registering for Monday’s program, the public is encouraged to log their reading minutes at estesvalleylibrary.org, as the Library encourages everyone to join in the community goal of 238,900 total reading minutes— which is the distance to the Moon in miles. Full details and upcoming programs are available on the library’s website.
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Things to Do with Estes Valley Recreation and Park District All programs are at the Estes Valley Community Center unless otherwise noted. This list only covers a small portion of the wide variety of EVRPD programming. For a complete list of classes, programs, events and activities, including the new summer fitness schedule, visit evrpd.com. DANCE Intro to Line Dancing and Line Dance Party Weekly on Sundays, 1-1:50 p.m. (Intro to Line Dancing), 2-2:50 p.m. (Line Dance Party) $5 drop-in or $7 for Intro to Line Dancing and Line Dance Party taken together. TRAVEL Day Trip to Colorado Rockies vs. San Francisco Giants Wednesday, July 17, 10:30 a.m.-6:30 p.m. (ages 16+) FULL Day Trip to Colorado Rockies vs. Arizona Diamondbacks Wednesday, August 14, 10:30 a.m.-6:30 p.m. (ages 16+) $45 includes reserved seat ticket, round-trip transportation and parking; register by July 31. ART Watercolor-Batik Art Class
Wednesday, June 26, 9 a.m.-2:30 p.m. (ages 18+) $45 (includes all supplies); registration required. HEALTH AND WELLNESS Tools for Life from Yoga and Ayurveda Saturday, July 13, 11 a.m.-5:30 p.m. (ages 16+) $75; registration required.
Medicare Counseling The Great Courses® Lecture Series Wednesday, June 26, 9:15 a.m.-3:30 Museum Masterpieces: The Louvre p.m. (ages 65+) FULL Mondays, July 1-August 5, 10-11:30 Wednesday, July 24, time slots available a.m. (ages 18+) from 9:15 a.m.-3:30 p.m. (ages 65+) Free; drop-in. Free; registration required. The Poetry of Robert Frost SAFETY Tuesdays, July 2-30, 9:30-11 a.m. (all AARP Driver Safety Course ages) Thursday, June 27, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. (ages $55; registration required. 50+) RECREATION $15 AARP members; $20 non-memDrop-in Outdoor Pickleball bers; registration required. Mondays to Saturdays, 8-11 a.m. (all FITNESS ages) Stanley Park pickleball courts; free; drop-in. Cheerleading Camp Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, July 15-26, 8:30-10:30 a.m. (ages 7-12) $60; registration required. Tennis Camp NETA Group Exercise Certification Weekdays, July 22-26, 10 a.m.-12 p.m. Saturday, June 29, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. (ages (ages 7-12) 16+) $60; registration required; camp held at $299; register by June 25 at netafit.org. Stanley Park tennis courts. NETA Indoor Cycling Certification SOCIAL ACTIVITIES Saturday, June 29, 8 a.m.-3 p.m. (ages 16+) Palette Pals Open Art Studio $199; register by June 25 at netafit.org. Mondays, 9 a.m.-12 p.m. (ages 18+) LIFELONG LEARNING Free and open to the public; drop-in. The Supreme Court and the Rocky Rollers Wii Bowling American Society Mondays, 10 a.m. (ages 18+) Weekly on Tuesdays, 10:30 a.m.-12 Free and open to the public; drop-in. p.m. (ages 18+) Drop-in Mahjong Free; drop-in. Mondays and Fridays, 12:30-4 p.m. Our Wonderful World Summer (ages 18+) Travel Series Free and open to the public; drop-in. India with Chazz Glaze Tuesday, June 25, 7-8:30 p.m. (ages Family Playgroup 10+) Wednesdays, 10-11 a.m. (ages 0-5) Free; registration required, register at Free and open to the public; drop-in. estesvalleylibrary.org. Drop-in Ping Pong The Great Courses® Lecture Series Thursdays, now 9 a.m.-7 p.m. (all ages) Understanding the Universe: Free with daily admission or included An Introduction to Astronomy, 2nd with membership; drop-in. Edition last class Drop-in Bridge Wednesday, June 26, 7-9 p.m. (all ages) Thursdays, Lessons: 11:15 a.m.; Games: Free; drop-in. 12:30-4 p.m. (ages 18+) Call Llyod Parker for info (970-5813505). Drop-in Cribbage Thursdays, 2-4 p.m. (ages 18+) Free with daily admission or included with membership; drop-in. Drop-in Chess Thursdays, 3:30-4:30 p.m. (ages 18+) Free with daily admission or included with membership; drop-in.
Work for EVRPD Aquatics Flexible schedule - Wear flip-flops to work - Free use of Aqua Climb For more info, call 970-480-1308. Swim Lessons Mondays to Thursdays, June 24-July 3 (ages 3 months+) $48; registration required. Shadow a Lifeguard Any Tuesday, June 25-August 13, 11 a.m.-2 p.m. (ages 11-14) Free; registration required; call 970480-1308. MARINA Lake Estes Marina Store and Docks Store open daily, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more info, call 970-586-2011. GOLF AND DISC GOLF Lake Estes 9-Hole Golf Course Course now open daily at 7 a.m. For more info, call 970-586-8176. Estes Park 18-Hole Golf Course Course now open daily at 7:30 a.m. For more info, call 970-586-8146. Ladies Princess Golf League Tuesdays, 9:30 a.m. (ages 18+) Estes Park 18-Hole Golf Course; register by emailing Lynn Stepaniak at firstname.lastname@example.org or Jeanne Harms at email@example.com Thursday Ladies Golf League Thursdays, 8 a.m. (ages 18+) Lake Estes 9-Hole Golf Course; register by emailing Lynn Stepaniak at firstname.lastname@example.org or Jeanne Harms at email@example.com Disc Golf Course Course now open daily at noon at the Lake Estes 9-Hole Golf Course $5 per player all you can play, tee-times not required; visit golfestes.com or call 970-586-8176. REGISTRATION To register for these programs or for more information about the new recreation center, visit evrpd.com or call 970586-8191. You can also register in person by visiting the recreation center at 660 Community Drive.
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Estes Valley Residents Turn Out In Force For Estes Recycles Day, June 8
Volunteers Wayne Newsom, Cathy Alper, Kathy Long and Vickie Henry get ready for the gates to open at Estes Recycles Day.
The Estes Valley is making recycling a priority. At Estes Recycles Day on June 8, cars, trucks and campers arrived laden with metal, paper for shredding, old paint, electronics and items to give away at Freecycle -- and then waited patiently for their turn to off-load those hard-torecycle materials, happy to know that items cleared out of garages, basements and attics would not end up in the landfill. Organized by the League of Women Voters & Community Recycling Committee of Estes Park and with broad participation from across the community, the event involved a huge number of dedicated organizations and volunteers. For the first time this year, we engaged Spring Back Colorado Mattress Recycling to join our efforts. A total of 65 mattresses were picked up from hotels and residences for a small fee, to be broken down into their component parts and recycled. Almost 100 percent of the materials from these mattresses will be recycled, with foam, cotton and felt repurposed into items such as carpet
padding, steel melted at a foundry and repurposed into new items, and wood sent to the chipper for landscape mulch. According to Alice Reuman, who along with Cathy Alper co-chaired the event for the League of Women Voters & Community Recycling Committee, “We had an amazing turn-out of both volunteers and people willing to take the time and effort to recycle their hard-torecycle items. The containers were stacked high with scrap metal, paint cans, shredding, and electronics. It’s great to know that all of these materials will be recycled rather than going to the landfill.” We owe a huge thank you to all of the participating individuals and organizations for their dedication and hard work and to all who participated by coming along to recycle. Finally, special thanks go to Pastor Michael Moore and his congregation, for so generously providing space for the event once again at the Presbyterian Community Church of the Rockies.
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Rotary Aims High With June 29 Golf Tourney of why we put on this event. Q. Is it too late to register? A. Golfers can register right up until 7:30 a.m. on Saturday the 29th. Registration forms are available at the 18hole golf course or at rotaryclubofestespark.org. Q. Would you like to recognize the 2019 sponsors? A. We are still recruiting sponThe 2019 Rotary tournament committee: (front row, from left) sors but would Larry Williams, Ron Gordon, Carol Arnold. (back row, from left) like to thank Wayne Andersen, Virgil Yarbrough, Jay Harroff and Peter Sinnott. those who have Not pictured: Rita DuChateau, Carl Robicheaux, Bill Solms, Chip already signed Sproul, Karen Thompson. on. The success By: Rita DuChateau, Rotary Club of of this event rests on many factors, but Estes Park our sponsors are the most important As the Saturday, June 29 Rotary Memo- component. As of this week, our Major rial Tournament for Scholarships nears, Sponsors are: The Stanley Hotel, named the volunteers who make it happen are scholarship; and Bank of Colorado, signing up golfers, rounding up prizes Drink Cart. Our Silver Sponsors are: and gathering sponsorships. At the helm Design Center of Estes Park, Eagle is Pete Sinnott, member of the Rotary Plume's, The Egg & I, Estes Park Health, Club of Estes Park since 2007, who took Estes Park Team Realty - Jay Harroff, some time away from his many duties to Lanty McCartney at GreatGolfOnlyBetrespond to a few questions. ter.com, Ron and Vivian Gordon, QualQ. This is the 23rd Rotary Scholarship ity Inn, Safeway, Stephanie and Peter Benefit Golf Tournament. How many Sinnott, Snyder’s Appliance, and years have you led the committee? UCHealth Primary and Urgent Care of A. This is my 11th year on the commit- Estes Park. Our Bronze Sponsors are Wayne and Judy Andersen, Don and tee and I’ve been the chairman for four Kay Bishop, Bruce and Marlene Brown, of those years. Some of the committee members have been at this much longer: Macdonald Bookshop, Pete and Lois Sumey, Larry Williams, and Carol and Jay Harroff, Ron Gordon and Pete Virgil Yarbrough. Our Tee/Green sponSumey, to name a few. sors are: Allnutt Funeral Home, Bank of Q. What do you like best about the golf Colorado, Don and Marty Bender, Boytournament? att Glass, Gary and Kelly Brown, A. I like the spirit of fun and the camaCFO4Life, Rita and Phil DuChateau, raderie, but especially raising dollars for Estes Park Lumber, Estes Park News, scholarships. Estes Park Trail-Gazette, Toby and Chris Q. What is your fundraising goal for Farrel, John and Barbara Floyd, Millie this tournament? and Charley Gordon, Kathy and Alan A. Last year we raised over $15,000, so Groesbeck, Image Inhancements Inc., raising $16,000 this year would be great! Tom and Marilyn Maher, Karen McThis will help the club reach its goal of Clure and Dave Evans, Mortgage Solu$24,000 for three academic scholarships. tions Financial, New York Life, Chip Q. How many golfers would you like to and Carol Sproul, Scott Thompson, and see on the course on June 30? David and Sally Van Wert. Donations for Memorial Tee Signs will honor Don A. We are hoping for 60 players, or 15 teams. That number makes for a fun day. Bowen, Lynn Coffman, Bob Dekker, Harry Hutcherson, Ron Kuhns, Robert And, there will be prizes for all. We’re not there yet, but we are optimistic about McFarland, Nancy Stevens, and John Sypher. Our Junior Golfer Sponsors are: registrations arriving in the next week. Madison and Marty Casey, Curt and Q. Will you be playing in the tournaTrudy Collar, Toby and Chris Farrel, Bill ment? and Dana Fritz, Nan Ryan, Peak’s HallA. Certainly! Did I mention that I’m mark, and Nan Ryan. having eye surgery the day before the Sponsorships signup is ongoing. tournament? It should be a very interestThanks so much! ing 18 holes. I look forward to being Questions? Call Pete Sinnott at 970with some great golfers, some players who are just out for the fresh air and fun, 577-7766. and some junior golfers who remind us
Time To Sign-Up For Nan Ryan Golf Tournament July 27 It’s sign-up time for the 16th Annual Nan Ryan Invitational Golf Tournament, which benefits the Estes Park Junior Golf Program. Golfers of all ages are invited to participate. The 9-hole event with a Scramble Format will be played Saturday, July 27, at the Lake Estes Golf Course. “The Nan Ryan Invitational is one of the largest fundraising events that keeps our golf program going, ” stated Mark Miller, one of the founders of the junior program and Manager of Golf Services Estes Park golf courses. Junior golfers will again be the big winners, as all proceeds from the tournament go to the Estes Park Junior Golf Program. Last year’s tournament raised a record $4548, bringing the total raised for the Program to $34,111. The money is used to buy equipment and assist with scholarships for those who need financial assistance. “We hope to exceed that amount this year, ” stated Ryan. Entry fee is $25 for passholders and $40
for non-passholders, and includes 9 holes of golf, lunch provided by tournament sponsor The Dunraven Inn, prizes for winning teams in five divisions (Mens, Womens, Mixed, Junior and AllJunior) and for special events, and a special gift for each player. Any player 17 or under is considered a junior. Any Junior golfer (aged 17 and under) is FREE – no entry fee. “We encourage all juniors to enter the tournament this year, ” stated Nan Ryan, Tournament Organizer. “They will receive the same benefits as those paying an entry fee. ” Golf carts will again be available at the 9-hole course, and can be rented at the Pro Shop the day of the tournament for $10 per person for 9 holes. Tee times will be between 8:00 a.m. and 1:20 p.m. Golfers may sign up as a single, 2 or 3some, or as a 4-person team. Entry forms are available at both golf courses, or call Nan Ryan at 970-586-4242 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
EPWGA Results For June 18, 2019 Tuesday, June 11, was a beautiful day on the course! The game of the day was "EVENS," where only the net score on even numbered holes counted. The winners were: 1st Flight: 1st Place: Kay Nikolaus (70) 2nd Place, tie: Candy Sulzbach and Carrie Logan (72) 3rd Place: Ruth Moser (74)
2nd Flight: 1st Place: Pam Vendegna (70) 2nd Place: Judi Cunningham (74) 3rd Flight: 1st Place: Dot Dorman (75) 2nd Place, tie: Laura Mulder and FloAnn Jett (77) 4th Flight: 1st Place: Charlene Hooyer (75)
Tennis Anyone? Residents and summer visitors are invited to join the Estes Park tennis community. We play at the courts in Stanley Park, near the high school. Men’s and women’s doubles on weekday mornings – mixed doubles on Sunday
evenings, followed by dinner at a local restaurant for those wanting to participate. We would love to see you out on the courts. For more information, call Sally at 970-577-9752
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Rose Marie Cunningham Bethel (July 21, 1944 May 30, 2019 ) Rose Marie Bethel, 74, of Montgomery City, passed away peacefully surrounded by her family on Thursday, May 30, 2019, at Barnes-Jewish Hospital in St. Louis. She crossed paths with many people and each and every person came to love her. Rose never knew a stranger nor did she pass up an opportunity to celebrate gains with her family and friends and to be a shoulder to cry on during losses. Rose was born on July 21,1944, in St. Louis, daughter to Thomas and Beatrice (Babe) Cunningham. Rose was a 1962 graduate of Montgomery County R-II High School in Montgomery City. On July 21, 1962, she was united in marriage to Galen Stuart Bethel at Immaculate Conception Church in Montgomery City. Rose's early career included retail work at JC Penney and Sears as well as working with young children at a local Head Start program. After raising five children, Rose completed her education in nursing, then used her wellearned degree at Columbia Orthopedics. As her husband Galen would say, the couple took "working vacations" in Estes Park, Colorado, where Rose at the Rocky Mountain Gateway Visitor Center at Rocky Mountain National Park. In addition to working, she enjoyed taking, printing, gathering and sharing photographs, camping, hiking, and, perhaps above all, Rose enjoyed every moment of time spent with her beloved husband. During retirement, Rose and her husband pursued their passion for travel by residing in Florida as well as in Colorado and returning to
their home in Montgomery City in between. Rose held the Catholic Church dear to her heart and participated alongside her husband in TEC retreats. Rose is survived by her five children, Timothy Bethel and his wife Sandy of Montgomery City, Bobbette Tucker and her husband Rick of Montgomery City, Beatrice Koenigsfeld and her husband Glen of Walford, Iowa, Noah Bethel and his wife Melissa of Tampa, Florida, and Thomas Bethel of Kansas City; 14 grandchildren, Carolyn (Cam) Boschenreither, Renee Bethel, Tyler (Stephanie) Haberstock, Erika (Tony) McCray, Cody (Jen) Tucker, Bridget (Derek) Otto, Marcy Koenigsfeld, Chloe, Sydney, Noah T. and Gracie Bethel, Ashley (Warren) Bodner, Dalas and Aden Bethel; 10 greatgrandchildren, Athena, Emma, Sereniti, Theo, Junior, Gabriel, Nathan, Luke, Oliver and Camden; two brothers, William (Judy) Cunningham of Montgomery City and Mike (Kathy) Cunningham of New Florence; five brothers-in-law, Joseph (Barb) Bethel of New Florence, Les (Stevie) Bethel of Aurora, Illinois, David (Janis) Bethel of Columbia, Charles (Lola) Bethel of Beckley, West Virginia, and Donnie (Lisa) Bethel of Montgomery City; and two sisters-in-law, Ellen (Gerald) Schindler of New Florence and Kathy (Neil) Mohrman of Jefferson City. In addition to her spouse of 55 years, Rose was preceded in death by her parents, Thomas and Beatrice Cunningham; in-laws, Richard and Lorraine Bethel and brother, Joseph Cunningham. A reception for Rose and her husband, Galen will be held on Sunday, July 21 from 1-3 p.m. at Our Lady of the Mountains Catholic Church, 920 Big Thompson Ave. Estes Park. Coffee, tea and cookies will be served.
Galen Stuart Bethel (October 9, 1943 - December 2, 2017) Galen Stuart Bethel (Bean), 74, of Montgomery City, passed away peacefully at his home on Saturday, December 2, 2017 surrounded by his family. Galen was the type of husband you pray your daughter would find, and the kind of father you desire your children become, a brother whose closeness and protection was never of shortcoming, and a friend who has always had a helpful hand and a giving heart that was always at close reach. Galen was born on October 9, 1943, in New Florence, son to the late Richard and Lorraine (Rich) Bethel. Galen was a 1961 graduate of Montgomery County R-II High School in Montgomery City. On July 21, 1962, he was united in marriage to Rose Marie Cunningham at Immaculate Conception Church in Montgomery City. Galen began his work with Missouri State Parks at Grahams Cave. He expanded his career as supervisor of multiple State Parks including Lake of the Ozarks, Hawn State Park and Pershing State Park. Galen also pursued work as owner/operator of the New Florence Mill. In 1974 Galen was hired on with Teamsters as a car hauler, a career from which he would retire 26 years later but would remain co-owner of B &T Trucking with his son-in-law. As Galen would refer to it, his "working vacation" in Estes Park, Colorado presented yet another job opportunity for him to be a part of the Rocky Mountain Transit Management team for the past twelve years. In addition to working, he enjoyed fishing, camping, hiking the Rocky Mountain trails and golfing with his brothers. During retirement Galen and his wife pursued their passion for
travel by residing in Florida as well as in Colorado and returning to their home in Montgomery City in between. Galen took pride in being a part of the Catholic Church, was a member of the Knights of Columbus and participated alongside his wife in TEC retreats. In addition to his spouse of 55 years, Galen is survived by his five children, Timothy Bethel and his wife Sandy of Montgomery City, Bobbette Tucker and her husband Rick of Montgomery City, Beatrice Koenigsfeld and her husband Glen of Walford, Iowa, Noah Bethel and his wife Melissa of Tampa, Florida, and Thomas Bethel of Kansas City; fourteen grandchildren, Carolyn and Renee Bethel, Tyler (Stephanie) Haberstock, Erika (Tony) McCray, Cody (Jen) Tucker, Bridget (Derek) Otto, Marcy Koenigsfeld, Chloe, Sydney, Noah T and Gracie Bethel, Ashley (Warren ) Bodner, Dalas Bethel, Aden Bethel; five great-grandchildren, Sereniti, Theo, Nathan, Luke, and Oliver; five brothers, Joseph (Barb) Bethel of New Florence, Les (Stevie) Bethel of Aurora, IL, David (Janis) Bethel of Columbia, Charles (Lola) Bethel of Beckley, West Virginia, and Donnie (Lisa) Bethel of Montgomery City; two sisters, Ellen (Gerald) Schindler of New Florence and Kathy (Neil) Mohrman of Jefferson City; and two brothers-in-law, William (Judy) Cunningham of Montgomery City and Mike (Kathy) Cunningham of New Florence. Galen was preceded in death by his parents, Richard and Lorraine Bethel; in-laws, Thomas and Beatrice Cunningham; brother-in-law, Joseph Cunningham; and one niece, Victoria Bethel. A joint reception for Galen and Rose will be held on Sunday, July 21 from 1-3 p.m. at Our Lady of the Mountains Catholic Church. Coffee, tea and cookies will be served.
John Adams John Adams, 91, of Loveland, passed away on June 18, 2019. He was born to Arthur and Sally Adams on December 29, 1927, in Pleasant Hill, Missouri. John married the love of his life, Ann Katherine Oertli, on March 25, 1951. John and Ann served many school communities in northern Illinois, Ann teaching kindergarten and John serving as an elementary teacher, elementary principal, public school superintendent, university professor, and President of Aurora College in Aurora, IL. In 1987 John and Ann retired to their mountain home in Estes Park. Ann volunteered in many community organizations. John was President of the Library Board during an era when a bond issue was passed and the current Estes Park Library was built.
In 2010 John and Ann moved to the Good Samaritan Community in Loveland. John's sweetheart, Ann, passed away in March of 2013. The family thanks Halcyon Hospice and especially Seven Lakes Memory Care for all the love and support generated for Dad over the past six years. John is survived by his sons John (Cindy) of Fort Collins and Tom (Renee) of Greeley; his sister Jane Libberton and nephews Kevin Libberton and Michael Libberton; sister-in-law Jan Adams and niece Sara Adams and nephew Aaron Adams; and nieces Jane Rueber and Katy Hansen. Private family service. Donations in John’s honor may be contributed to the Alzheimer’s Association or a charity of your choice. An online obituary and guest book are at www.allnuttloveland.com.
Gary Trunnell Celebration Of Life Picnic Gary Trunnell’s Celebration Of Life Picnic will be held on Saturday, June 29th, 1:00- 4:00 p.m. at the Stanley Park Large Pavilion.
Join us in celebrating the life the Gary Trunnell. The food and ice cream truck will be there for all to enjoy! Come by and stay as long as you're able. Please bring a camp chair and your favorite memories of Gary. For more information and to RSVP garytrunnellpicnic.rsvpify.com
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Ronald Ouellette Ronald S. Ouellette passed away on June 7, 2019 at his home in Estes Park after a brief struggle with cancer. He was born in Portland, Maine on January 31, 1949, and was adopted on March 4, 1949 by Albert and Albina Ouellette. Most of his childhood and young adult life were spent in and around the seacoast and towns north of Boston. His mother’s death in 1994 brought him to Colorado as he cared for her the last several months of her life. He never had a real relationship with his father who left when Ron was very young. Ron had a tumultuous lifestyle that took him many places, both good and bad. Settling in the relative seclusion of a cabin in Estes Park in the last several years, his lifestyle changed spiritually, morally and materially. Ron was a trusted friend and “brother” to many in Estes Park and we were blessed to be-
come “family” to him. He was a champion of the underserved and defenseless and was grateful for the many he came to know. Ron was very competitive in playing Scrabble and backgammon and usually won. His spiritual struggle to understand God’s relentless pursuit of him ended when he handed over the load of his life choices to Jesus and received grace, salvation and true freedom. The journey of his life on earth ended peacefully on a beautiful June day, with friends by his side, and he left us knowing we will be together again. A private celebration of his life will be held by his family of friends. Please honor Ron’s memory by being the kind of friend he was to so many… grateful, sincere and a man of integrity.
Mary Lou Hoig Mary Lou Hoig, 85, of Estes Park passed away peacefully on May 5, 2019 at the Prospect Park Living Center in Estes Park. She was surrounded by family, friends and the loving EPMC hospice care the day of her passing. Mary Lou was born in Lincoln, NE on October, 4 1933. She moved to Estes Park from Omaha, NE in 1987. She worked at the Black Canyon Inn & McGregor Mountain Lodge for several years before finding her home in the reservations department at the YMCA of the Rockies where she was employed until she retired soon after she turned 80 years of age. Colleagues said she was an ‘Angel’ to YMCA visitors. Mary Lou loved Estes Park and the beautiful Rocky Mountains that surrounded the EP valley. She would often walk 10miles-plus a day in Rocky Mountain National Park … exploring, discovering and appreciating everything that the park had to offer. Mary Lou spent many years volunteering during elk bugling season; she sang in the choir at the United Methodist Church and she was a member of St. Bartholomew’s Episcopal Church. She loved the Denver
Broncos, the salmon at The Sundeck Restaurant and the Colorado wildlife … especially a squirrel that visited her nearly everyday for years … she named him Squirrely. She also had a deep love and connection with Long’s Peak and enjoyed a view of the majestic mountain from her home on High Drive for decades. Mary Lou is survived by her children: sons Oliver Hoig (Robin) and Noel Hoig (Andrea), daughter Andrea ‘Andee’ Hoig, brother Tom Cooper (Ginny) and grandchildren; Ivy, Noel and Bailey. A Celebration of Life gathering will take place on Saturday, June 29th at the YMCA of the Rockies Willome Building from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. The family is inviting everyone who knew and loved Mary Lou to stop by and share a story or two. For additional information please contact daughter Andee Hoig at email@example.com. Memorials and contributions can be made in memory of Mary Lou Hoig to the Rocky Mountain Conservancy in care of Allnutt Funeral Service 1302 Graves Ave, Estes Park, CO 80517.
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Estes Park Central Maintenance is hiring a YEAR-ROUND HANDYMAN POSITION $25/hour. Need a broad base of experience. Estes Park Central. 970-577-0087
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Our Front Desk staff is on duty between the hours of 6:00am and 11:00pm. Each work week has varied shifts. Multi-tasking is a key talent of a successful Front Desk Agent. Silver Saddle Inn is a smoke free workplace.
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Prior work experience with dogs in some capacity preferred for this position. Flexible hours plus bonus package and partial benefits included for full time position. Job includes supervising dogs during play, cleaning and customer service skills. Please call Linda at 586-0340 to set up an interview.
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Carpenter Needed Framing, Siding, and Finish Carpenter Competitive Pay Holiday/Vacation/Retirement Matt@buildestes.com or call (970)685-0877
Weâ€™re gearing up for the spring and summer season and hiring for the following positions starting at $13.80/hr.: â€˘ Checker â€˘ Courtesy Clerk â€˘ Day-Stocker â€˘ Overnight Stocker â€˘ Bakery Clerk â€˘ Deli Clerk â€˘ Produce Clerk â€˘ Seafood Clerk â€˘ Cake Decorator â€˘ Meat Cutter Get your application at: www.careeratsafeway.com. After your application has been completed, please call our hiring manager Ann at 970.586.4447.
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Chipperâ€™s Lanes in Estes Park is hiring:
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Estes Valley Recreation and Park District
Pool Supervisor Year-round, benefitted full-time position. We are looking for someone with a passion for Aquatics who is self-directed, people oriented and creative. Use your leadership skills to manage the day-to-day operations of the pool at the Community Recreation Center.
Landscaping Worker Seasonal full-time or part-time through the end of November. Work outdoors by Maryâ€™s Lake keeping landscape areas groomed and assisting with light construction tasks.
Custodian Part-time evenings/weekends at the Community Center. Help keep the facility clean and in working order for our members and guests. Apply on-line at evrpd.com. Competitive wages and district discounts available.
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The Town of Estes Park is accepting applications for
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Code Enforcement Officer Police Dept. Hiring Range $24.58 â€“ $28.89/hour Non-Exempt Position Close Date: Open until filled
Equipment Operator I/II Public Works Dept./Streets Div. Hourly Rate $18.69-$21.97/hour Non-Exempt Position Close Date: Open until filled.
Events Maintenance Worker I/II Visitor Serv. Div./Community Serv Dept. Hourly Rate $16.99 - $22.94/hour Non-Exempt Position Close Date: Open until filled. (first review 06/26/2019) Human Resources Manager Administrative Services Dept. Hiring Range $62,000 $76,000/year Exempt Position Close Date: Open until filled
Meter Reader (FT Limited Term thru Dec 31, 2019) Utilities Dept./P&C Div. Hourly Rate $18.69/hour Non-Exempt Position Close Date: February 22, 2019 Planner II Community Development Dept. Hiring Range $55,510 â€“ $68,000/year Exempt Position Close Date: Open until filled (first review 07/01/2019) Police Officer Police Dept. Hiring Range $27.92 â€“ $30.71/hour Non-Exempt Position Close Date: Open until filled
Records Technician (PT Limited Term thru Dec 31, 2019) Police Dept. Hourly Rate $15.62/hour Non-Exempt Position Close Date: Open until filled
Streets Maintenance Worker (FT Limited Term thru Dec 13, 2019) Public Works Dept./Streets Div. Hiring Range $16.99-$19.97/hour (DOE) Non-Exempt Position Closing Date: Open until Filled
Visitor Information Assistant I (Part time) Visitor Serv. Div./Community Serv Dept. Hourly Rate $13.00 - $14.00/hour Non-Exempt Position Close Date: Open until filled. Seasonal Positions
Events Maintenance Worker Community Services Dept./Special Events Division Hiring Range $13.00-$16.00/hour (DOE) Seasonal Position (Summer 2019) Closing Date: July 15, 2019 Volunteer/Committee Board Positions Estes Park Board of Adjustment Close Date: Open Until Filled
Estes Valley Planning Commission Close Date: Open Until Filled (Committee application required)
Applications are available at: Town Hall 170 MacGregor Ave. Room 130 (Mon-Fri 8 am â€“ 5 pm) or www.estes.org/ jobs
Return Application to: Town of Estes Park, Attn: HR; by mail to PO Box 1200, Estes Park, CO 80517; or via Email to HR@Estes.org or via Fax to (970) 577-4770. The status of applications will be communicated via e-mail. By choice, the Town of Estes Park is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.
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Private 1500 sq. ft. Cabin, Great Views, Recently Renovated 2Bd 1 Ba. Big Owl Rd, $1600/mo. 303-747-2544
Office Space for Rent 1191 Woodstock Dr. 465 sq. ft. w/ great parking. Near Hwy 7 & Fairgrounds. Call 970-420-4388
Furnished Efficiencyâ€™s $1200 & $1500/month Private Bath, No Smoking, No Pets, Includes Utilities. Call Todd @ 970-586-8141
Executive home near Stanley Hotel, 3 bedroom suites, 4 baths, formal dining room, walk out basement, deck, 2 car garage, excellent condition. No Pets, No Smoking. $3,000/month plus utilities Call Home Sweet Home Property Services 970-699-6727
Condos Two bedroom condo, second floor, one bath, shared laundry. No Pets, No Smoking. $1,600/month plus utilities One bedroom condo, one bath, second floor, washer/dryer. No Pets, No Smoking. $1,450/month plus utilities Call Home Sweet Home Property Services 970-699-6727
EXECUTIVE OFFICE available for $350.00 a month at Graves Ave. Plaza. Includes all utilities (including internet),trash, taxes and insurance. Access to kitchen and conference room. Call Peggy 970-232-5588 Commercial Rental Space for rent on Bond Park. 900 SF or 1800 SF. parking. available now. Call 970-586-3913
Class A Office 2014 Construction, Full Service, Furnished or Unfurnished offices in Downtown location, Near Town Hall. $450 to $550 per month. All internet options including Fiber available. Includes Conference Room, Handicap Restrooms, Copy and Scanning Facility, Coffee RV Storage Room. Call Thom at Verus Commercial, Inc. RV Storage Lots for rent. 970-586-2448 $70/mo. 970-214-5713
1973 Dodge 4X4 Power Wagon, 318, Orig owner, 158K miles, 5+K on rebuilt engine, 970-577-0859
1994 Jayco Pop-up Camper, Model 1006, orig owner, 970-577-0859
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HOLMES LOG WORKS 970-586-9168 Log & Metal Railing, Deck Additions, Log Benches, Gates Mantels & Stairs www.lograils.com
Piano Tuning Susan Novy, local piano tuner. Call for appt. 577-1755 www.estesparkpiano tuner.com
FREE 6-drawer dresser, Been in Estes working dining set + 4 chairs, card hard trying to get ahead table + 4 chairs, 4 plastic chairs, clean comfy couch. but feeling owning your own place may be out of You haul. 970-586-6157 reach ? First time home buyer ? Young family ? Electric Recliner Lift Chair $50. 402-984-2137 You are just the buyer I am looking for. June compleMisc. tion of brand new 2-3 bedroom Townhomes 2 armchair bar stools, starting at 315k. dbl wood bed frame, exer260 Stanley Avenue. cise tramp, sm vac cleaner, childs desk, reel- Great loan programs available and Down payment to-reel tape player, 1946 assistance up to 10k . art-deco sewing machine, 970-577-0859 Only 3 left. Let’s find out what’s possible Email
Land to Hunt: My son and I drew Unit #20 Muzzleloader Bull Elk tags. Looking for drop camp opportunities or private land to hunt. Call or text: 605-695-8664.
REAL ESTATE Commercial Spaces for sale and lease. Call Eric. Anderson Realty. 586-2950
BUSINESS Business For Sale Retail Gift Shop for Sale Please call or text for more information. 303-888-0759
INSTRUCTION Weight Loss Dr. Anna V. Copeland Pastoral Counselor Certified Health Coach Call 303-747-0342
SALES Indoor Garage Sale Saturday, June 22nd from 9:00am – 1:00pm St. Bartholomew’s Episcopal Church 586-4504 / All monies raised given to our outreach donations. Community Yard Sale Saturday - June 29th: 8 a.m until 12 p.m Estes Park Masonic Lodge 1820 S. St. Vrain Ave Seller spaces available for $20.00. For Info call Mike Wold @ 577-8585
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FREE to a good home. Two male guinea pigs with all supplies for you to get started! 970-518-5338
SAT 8-2 Jun 22 1519 H Raven Circle Antique Oak Tables, chairs, housewares, toys, games, sports, electronics, books, clothes, free items—good stuff, good prices
ESTATE/GARAGE SALE; Need to have one, but seems overwhelming. We do the work, you make the $. Local, Affordable, References. CALL NOW 970-215-5548
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