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Chamber Business After Hours - June
6/20/2023
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Annual Chamber Golf Tournament
7/14/2023
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Chamber Business After Hours - July
7/18/2023
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Chamber Business After Hours - August
8/15/2023
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Chamber Business After Hours - September
9/19/2023
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Chamber Business After Hours - October
10/17/2023
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Chamber Business After Hours - November
11/21/2023
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Events in the next 30 days...
DateEvent
6/7/2023
Sight and Sound Hike

Easy, slow, 1-mile round trip hike. Search for the beautiful Calypso orchid and listen for the echoing song of the Hermit Thrush. Led by Volunteer Naturalist Jim. 


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6/8/2023
Peak View Hike

Enjoy the beautiful views along Peak View trail with Naturalist Abby on this gorgeous, 1.5-mile, round-trip hike. 


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6/8/2023
Dynamite Jog

Jog this easy to moderate route through the beautiful woods of Mueller. Have a glimpse of the Dynamite Cabin. All runners are welcome but this will be at a novice level. Led by Volunteer Marisa. 1.8-mile, round trip, trail run/jog. Please wear proper footwear for running the trails. 


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6/8/2023
History of Early Explorers and Military in the Pikes Peak Region

The Spanish were searching for gold, the US Army was exploring the unknown west, mountain men were living off the land and the gov’t was searching for a route for the railroad to California. Hear about this boom in westward expansion with Volunteer Paul. 


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6/9/2023
TCSO Annual HDSA Golf Tournament

Annual HDSA Golf Tournament to raise funding for uniforms and equipment for our volunteer Posse and Reserves. Don't miss this great opportunity to spend the day in the mountains. Get out and golf with the Sheriff! 

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6/9/2023
Farmers Market

Our Vendors come from all over Colorado and provide a variety of products to choose from. Including, Colorado fruits and vegetables, fresh baked bread, honey, coffee, food trucks, and more. We have space for 100 vendors, providing a large variety of products.
 

If you are a vendor looking to sell at our market please apply here:

 https://wpfarmersmarket.com/selling-at-the-market 
 

If you have any questions or suggestions please email

 info@wpfarmersmarket.com 



 

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6/9/2023
Lunch with a Bear

 

Kids’ program about black bears! For ages 3-6 with Volunteer Naturalist Rusty. 


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6/10/2023
Rock Pond Hike

Descend 700 feet elevation and 5-miles RT into the backcountry to see the beautiful Rock Pond and possibly Calypso Orchids! Difficult hike due to elevation change. Led by Volunteer Naturalist Penny.


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6/10/2023
Dog Stars

Featuring Denise Gard and her famous Border Collies Joey and Kira.
Joey and Kira perform some "star-quality" tricks that just might turn them into constellations!

 

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6/10/2023
Sight and Sound Hike

Easy, slow-paced, 1-mile round trip hike. Search for the beautiful Calypso Orchid and listen for the echoing song of the Hermit Thrush. Led by Volunteer Naturalist Jim. 


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6/10/2023
Paramount Catamounts

What’s that prowling around!? Come learn about the different big cats that are in the area and what to do if you see one. Welcome to all ages. Since we don’t have fur like our feline friends, bring a jacket for the cool, evening air. 


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6/11/2023
Tracks Table

Stop by the Camper Services building to investigate the many different tracks of animals in the park and even create your own track casting! Led by Naturalist Abby.


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6/12/2023
Lost Pond Hike

Join Naturalist Jack to discover Lost Pond! From there hike back up into the hills and wander to Raven Ridge Outlook to see the backcountry of the park. Difficult hike due to steep hills. 2.6-mile round-trip.

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6/13/2023
Bird Walk

Come see and hear the migrating birds as they’re busy singing, courting, and nesting. 1.5-mile, slow-paced walk. Led by Volunteer Naturalist Craig.

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6/13/2023
Customer Appreciation Event! $3.99 Sandwiches!

$3.99 Sandwiches at Jimmy John's! (#1, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6). Limit 4 per order. Tuesday, June 13th, 11am-2pm. 407 E Grace Ave. 719.686.6688.

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6/14/2023
Pond Safari

Explore the underwater world of the pond to see who lives there! Hands-on fun for the whole family. Led by Naturalist Abby. 

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6/14/2023
Stranger Side of Victor Downtown Walking Tours


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6/15/2023
Sketch Hike

Join Volunteers Eileen and Carrie on a gorgeous hike to the top of Grouse Mountain. Stop for an outdoor sketching session with local artist Cyndi. No experience necessary for sketching and supplies will be provided. Rated moderate because of steep hills. 1.5-miles RT.

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6/15/2023
Preacher's Hollow Trail Jog

Trail trotters, join Volunteer Marisa on a hike/jog to see Never Never Pond. All runners are welcome but this will be at a novice level. 2-mile round-trip.

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6/15/2023
History of Fur Trade in Pikes Peak Region

Beginning in 1820, the trade in Beaver Fur was the industry of Colorado for over 30 years and led to the exploration and development of Colorado. Led by Volunteer Naturalist Paul.

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6/15/2023
Dark Sky Hike

Watch the night sky unfold. Learn how to find the North Star, constellations and fun facts about the cosmos. Easy 1-mile, round trip with Volunteer Naturalist Jim. Dress for cool weather and bring a headlamp.

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6/16/2023
Farmers Market

Our Vendors come from all over Colorado and provide a variety of products to choose from. Including, Colorado fruits and vegetables, fresh baked bread, honey, coffee, food trucks, and more. We have space for 100 vendors, providing a large variety of products.
 

If you are a vendor looking to sell at our market please apply here:

 https://wpfarmersmarket.com/selling-at-the-market 
 

If you have any questions or suggestions please email

 info@wpfarmersmarket.com 



 

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6/16/2023
 -6/18/2023
Victor Gem & Mineral Show


 

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6/16/2023
Fly Fishing Clinic

Learn the basics of fly fishing with Volunteer Craig. 8 years and up. Equipment provided.

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6/16/2023
Nature Crafts!

Make a variety of crafts from Mother Nature, and take them home! Ages 3 and up. Led by Volunteer Naturalist Rusty. 

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6/16/2023
Colorado's 1st Indian Relay Race

America's #1 Ultimate Extreme Sport • Indian Relay Racing


It will be held on Fathers Day weekend. This relay is the first Indian Race Relay in the State of Colorado and the community should be excited about this event. There will be food, beverages, and Indian dance ceremonies. There will be Tribal Nations competing with each other. Tribal nations all over the country will be visiting our region from WY, Canada, Arizona, and more. 
 
June 16,17,18  Big Fathers Day Weekend
Gates open at 11 am
Adults is $20
Youth is $10
 
There is a military discount and first responders.
 

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6/16/2023
F.U.N. Furs and Useful Noggins

Join Naturalists Jack and Abby for a fun, yet educational campfire! Get hands-on experience with the skins and skulls of animals found in the park.

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6/17/2023
Spirits of Sunnyside Cemetery Walking Tour


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6/17/2023
Archery for Beginners

Learn to shoot a bow and arrow! Ages 8 and up, equipment provided. Led by the park Naturalists.

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6/17/2023
Open Book Club

Any age, any genre. Join us and get reading!


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6/17/2023
3rd Annual Celebration for Reserve Our Gallery

3rd Annual Celebration for Reserve Our Gallery

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6/17/2023
Colorado's 1st Indian Relay Race

It will be held on Fathers Day weekend. This relay is the first Indian Race Relay in the State of Colorado and the community should be excited about this event. There will be food, beverages, and Indian dance ceremonies. There will be Tribal Nations competing with each other. Tribal nations all over the country will be visiting our region from WY, Canada, Arizona, and more. 
 
June 16,17,18  Big Fathers Day Weekend
Gates open at 11 am
Adults is $20
Youth is $10
 
There is a military discount and first responders.
 

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6/17/2023
Owl Pellets

Join Naturalist Abby as we investigate the life of an owl. Hands on and fascinating! 

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6/17/2023
Stranger Side of Victor Downtown Walking Tours


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6/17/2023
S'more Stories

Come gather around the campfire and tell some spooky stories with Naturalist Jack while enjoying S’mores!

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6/18/2023
Father's Day with the Wolves

Colorado Wolf & Wildlife Center presents: Father's Day with the Wolves
Tour, breakfast burritos and raffle
Call for reservations: 719-687-9742



 

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6/18/2023
Father's Day With The Wolves

Father's Day With The Wolves
Wolf tour
Breakfast burritos
Raffle

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6/18/2023
Tracks Table

Come investigate the many different tracks of animals in the park and even create your own track casting! Led by Naturalist Abby.

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6/18/2023
Father's Day with the Dinos

Treat your Dad to a day with dinosaurs!
Dads get in free with one paid adult or child (5-12 year old's) admission.
 
   


 

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6/18/2023
Colorado's 1st Indian Relay Race

America's #1 Ultimate Extreme Sport • Indian Relay Racing


It will be held on Fathers Day weekend. This relay is the first Indian Race Relay in the State of Colorado and the community should be excited about this event. There will be food, beverages, and Indian dance ceremonies. There will be Tribal Nations competing with each other. Tribal nations all over the country will be visiting our region from WY, Canada, Arizona, and more. 
 
June 16,17,18  Big Fathers Day Weekend
Gates open at 11 am
Adults is $20
Youth is $10
 
There is a military discount and first responders.
 

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6/19/2023
School Pond Hike

Class is in session! Join Naturalist Jack on a hike down to School Pond to check for local wildlife. Bring water and good hiking shoes! Moderate 2-mile, round-trip hike.

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6/19/2023
Fire Ecology

Burning with questions? Join Naturalist Jack and learn about what wildfires do for the forest and wildlife.

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6/20/2023
Teller County Real Estate Forum

Survey Says...you need to know about local Teller County data! Join us for this upcoming Teller County Real Estate Forum. Great for:
  • Teller County Realtors®
  • Title Companies
  • Mortgage Lenders
RSVP for your FREE breakfast by calling the numbers listed or visit https://www.jenpro.com/real-estate-forum

 

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6/20/2023
Newmont CC&V Open Office Hours

Newmont Cripple Creek & Victor Gold Mine would like to invite the community to stop by our Victor Admin Office any time between 10:00am  and 4:00pm to ask questions, share concerns, or chat with us about anything mining-related!

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6/20/2023
Fly Fishing Clinic

Learn the basics of fly fishing with Volunteer Craig. 8 years and up. Equipment provided.

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6/20/2023
Chamber Business After Hours - June - CHANGED LOCATION

Chamber Business After Hours is Teller County's largest networking event.  All Greater Woodland Park Chamber of Commerce members are encouraged to attend.  Take advantage of this opportunity to network and catch up with your friends, clients and customers plus meet new members in an informal setting.  Business After Hours is a great way to share information about your business and learn about other members. Fun, food, drinks and door prizes.  
Don't forget your business cards!

June 20th  Business After Hours is The Andersen Building


 

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6/21/2023
Pond Safari

Explore the underwater world of the pond to see who lives there! Hands-on fun for the whole family. Led by Naturalist Abby. 

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6/22/2023
Lost Pond Trail Jog

Join Volunteer Marissa on a trail run to discover Lost Pond! From there, head to Outlook Ridge to see some backcountry in the park. All runners are welcome but this will be at a novice level. Moderate to difficult due to steep hills, and change in elevation. 2.6-miles round-trip.

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6/22/2023
Preacher's Hollow Hike

Never have I ever seen something so serene. Follow Naturalist Jack on a hike to see Never Never Pond. Easy to Moderate due to change in elevation. 2.03mi RT.

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6/22/2023
Kiwanis Disco Bingo


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6/22/2023
History of Mining in Pikes Peak Region

The discovery of Gold in the Denver area in 1858, led to a mass migration to Colorado and the beginning of the mining industry. Join Volunteer Naturalist Paul to explore the gold industry that led to Colorado statehood!

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6/23/2023
Farmers Market

Our Vendors come from all over Colorado and provide a variety of products to choose from. Including, Colorado fruits and vegetables, fresh baked bread, honey, coffee, food trucks, and more. We have space for 100 vendors, providing a large variety of products.
 

If you are a vendor looking to sell at our market please apply here:

 https://wpfarmersmarket.com/selling-at-the-market 
 

If you have any questions or suggestions please email

 info@wpfarmersmarket.com 



 

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6/24/2023
Outdoor Skills Day!

Join us for a day full of fun trying new ways to enjoy the outdoors! Learn from experts fly fishing, spin-casting, camp cooking, eating s’mores, bird watching, target shooting, archery, and so much more! Don’t miss this great annual event!

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6/25/2023
Wapiti Nature Hike

Learn about the unique characteristics of Mueller State Park. Look for spring wildflowers, birds, and trees. 1-mile, slow-paced loop. Led by Volunteer Michael.

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6/25/2023
Walk for Art

The Walk For Art is the last Sunday of each month, May - August.

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6/26/2023
Preacher's Hollow Hike

Follow Naturalist Jack on a hike to see Never Never Pond. Easy to moderate due to hills. 2.03-mile round-trip.

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6/26/2023
Fire Ecology

Burning with questions? Join Naturalist Jack and learn about what wildfires do for the forest and wildlife.

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6/29/2023
Dynamite Jog

Jog this easy to moderate route through the beautiful woods of Mueller. Have a glimpse of the Dynamite Cabin. All runners are welcome but this will be at a novice level. Led by Volunteer Marisa. 1.8-mile, round trip, trail run/jog. Please wear proper footwear for running the trails.

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6/29/2023
Tree ID Hike

Join Naturalist Abby on this short, family-friendly, 1-mile hike and learn how to better ID the many trees of the park.

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6/29/2023
History of Railroads in Pikes Peak Region

During the gold rush era, from 1870 to 1910, 5,000 miles of railroads were built through some of the most demanding terrain and made the settlement of Colorado possible. Led by Volunteer Paul.

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6/30/2023
Farmers Market

Our Vendors come from all over Colorado and provide a variety of products to choose from. Including, Colorado fruits and vegetables, fresh baked bread, honey, coffee, food trucks, and more. We have space for 100 vendors, providing a large variety of products.
 

If you are a vendor looking to sell at our market please apply here:

 https://wpfarmersmarket.com/selling-at-the-market 
 

If you have any questions or suggestions please email

 info@wpfarmersmarket.com 



 

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6/30/2023
Fly Fishing Clinic

Learn the basics of fly fishing with Volunteer Craig. 8 years and up. Equipment provided.

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6/30/2023
Knee High to Nature

Nature sensory activities for our youngest campers. Ages 3-5. Led by Volunteer Naturalist Rusty.

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6/30/2023
Star Party!

After the moon sets, the skies are so dark, you can almost see forever! The Colorado Springs Astronomical Society will bring their telescopes and give you a fabulous tour of the night sky! Bring a chair and blanket.

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7/1/2023
Spirits of Sunnyside Cemetery Walking Tour


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7/1/2023
Stranger Side of Victor Downtown Walking Tours


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7/4/2023
Old Fashioned 4th of July Celebration

The Old Fashioned 4th of July Celebration is a family focused activity which has been happening in Woodland Park for a very long time. On the 4th, vendors set up and entertainment happens at Memorial Park next to City Hall. There's food, games, patriotic music by Woodland Park Wind Symphony, beer and cocktails. This is a time for visiting with people you know and celebrating Independence Day. Reach out if you'd like to learn more: 719-233-9902 (Gayle Gross)

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7/5/2023
Annual Symphony Above the Clouds - July 5th Concert

Symphony Above the Clouds
Combining live symphony music and a lighted DRONE Show.   Symphony Above the Clouds is about providing family friendly, cost free entertainment, which brings business to Teller County and connects residents of the Ute Pass region in a very positive environment.

This delightful event has truly become a community project.
The admission-free public concert is held each July 5th on the athletic field of the Woodland Park Middle School.

The openā€air venue encourages families and friends to come early and bring picnics and/or purchase food from the main fundraising event of the Panther Pride Booster Club’s booth.

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7/7/2023
Farmers Market

Our Vendors come from all over Colorado and provide a variety of products to choose from. Including, Colorado fruits and vegetables, fresh baked bread, honey, coffee, food trucks, and more. We have space for 100 vendors, providing a large variety of products.
 

If you are a vendor looking to sell at our market please apply here:

 https://wpfarmersmarket.com/selling-at-the-market 
 

If you have any questions or suggestions please email

 info@wpfarmersmarket.com 



 

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