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Active Shooter Training
5/2/2024
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Chamber Business After Hours - May
5/21/2024
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Chamber Business After Hours - June
6/18/2024
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Chamber Business After Hours - July
7/16/2024
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Events in the next 30 days...
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4/22/2024
 -4/29/2024

Mueller currently has 116 active, AMAZING volunteers! The volunteer team does it all from selling passes at the Visitor Center, keeping the campgrounds clean, improving trails, running booths at events, and providing numerous educational and fun programs for our visitors. Needless to say, the park would not be the same without them. Show your appreciation by adding a thank you note to our volunteer banner that will be hanging up inside the Visitor Center all week.

 

 


 

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4/23/2024
Learn about a systematic yet creative approach to nature journaling. Discover that by observing and documenting natural objects, you become more alert and aware. In return, you possibly gain a deeper understanding of yourself. The theme this month is “Spring Awakening”. Please come with your own journal/notebook and writing utensil. Along with gloves you can write in depending on the weather.

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4/23/2024
Come play with us! Bring your decks, bring your cards and your mats, and come battle. 

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4/24/2024
Improve your education and employment opportunities by earning your GED.
New students (min. age 16) may join GED classes after completing orientation and paying a $40 registration fee.

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4/24/2024
Are you or a loved one experiencing memory loss and brain change? Are you looking for a safe community and engaging activities in a comfortable setting?

Join our monthly gathering of caregivers and loved ones for an afternoon of engaging music and activities, refreshments, guest speakers, friendship and community support!

We meet every 4th Wednesday from 1 to 2:30 PM at Woodland Park Public Library in the large meeting room.

For more information contact our cafe hosts, Becky at (719) 687-9281 or Amanda at (719)332-1812

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4/24/2024
About the Program

Q is for Questioning is a series of three interactive workshops (virtual and in-person) led by licensed clinicians and community members. These workshops provide adults in the lives of LGBTQ+ youth education on LGBTQ+ identity and mental health. Participants receive tools and resources to better support and affirm the LGBTQ+ youth in their lives.

If you are an adult in the life of an LGBTQ+ young person, please know that you can make a world of difference. Join us at an upcoming workshop, in-person or virtually, listed below. To learn more or bring Q is for Questioning to your region, contact us at q.info@envision-you.org.
 

Why Q is for Questioning?

Due to stigma, discrimination, bullying, and other factors, LGBTQ+ youth are more likely to experience mental health challenges such as depression, anxiety, and suicidal ideation. However, you can make all the difference. Research shows that the prevalence of suicide for LGBTQ+ youth who have at least one affirming adult in their life is reduced by 40%. Well-supported youth are also more likely to thrive in school, work, and their relationships.

By working towards being an affirming adult, you can provide a safe space for young LGBTQ+ people to talk about their thoughts and feelings which can help the young person develop a positive self-image. You can also help LGBTQ+ youth navigate the challenges of coming out and living authentically. Supporting you in navigating the ins and outs of how to do this is where we come in.


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4/25/2024

Munchkin Market is Teller County’s BEST Children's Consignment Sale!

Munchkin Market is a semi-annual fundraiser for the Ute Pass MOPS (mothers of preschoolers). You will find everything your kiddos need from clothes and books to bikes and toys for all ages! 

Thousands of clothing items are offered, but we have so much more! We also have a wide assortment of furniture, seasonal gear, decor, and games.  Here are some of the items you might find at our sale:

  • Children’s clothes, shoes, and accessories (sizes from infant to juniors).

  • Maternity clothes, nursing bras, and tops.

  • Children’s Equipment - strollers, pack’n’plays, high chairs, booster seats, exer-saucers, play mats, swings, bouncers, monitors, etc.

  • Children’s toys, stuffed animals, books, puzzles, videos, cd’s and dvd’s (G or PG).

  • Homeschooling materials.

  • Children’s Accessories - diaper bags, slings and carriers, feeding items, breastfeeding and pumping supplies, baby-proofing items, gates, infant bath tubs, boppys, etc.

  • Children’s Décor - bedding, picture frames, mobiles, lamps, rugs, laundry hampers, etc.

  • Children’s Furniture - Cribs (manufactured after January 2011), book shelves, toy boxes, toddler beds, rockers/gliders, etc.

  • Outdoor Play Equipment - Ride-on toys, sand box, water tables, play houses, bikes, bike helmets, etc.

 

Come shop at our upcoming Event!

 Woodland Park Community Church

800 Valley View Drive, Woodland Park, CO 80863

ALWAYS FREE ADMISSION

 

Public Sale hours are:

 

Thursday, April 25th, 3:00pm-7:00pm

Friday, April 26th, 12:00pm-7:00pm

Saturday, April 27th, 9:00am-1:00pm (1/2 Price Day, ALL ITEMS 50% OFF)

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Shopping Tips:

  • Bring bags, baskets, or any large tote to carry your items.

  • We accept Cash, Checks or Credit.

  • When purchasing large items, receive a claim ticket and put items in the "hold" area for items to be placed while you're shopping.

  • SATURDAY only, everything is 50% off!


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4/26/2024

Munchkin Market is Teller County’s BEST Children's Consignment Sale!

Munchkin Market is a semi-annual fundraiser for the Ute Pass MOPS (mothers of preschoolers). You will find everything your kiddos need from clothes and books to bikes and toys for all ages! 

Thousands of clothing items are offered, but we have so much more! We also have a wide assortment of furniture, seasonal gear, decor, and games.  Here are some of the items you might find at our sale:

  • Children’s clothes, shoes, and accessories (sizes from infant to juniors).

  • Maternity clothes, nursing bras, and tops.

  • Children’s Equipment - strollers, pack’n’plays, high chairs, booster seats, exer-saucers, play mats, swings, bouncers, monitors, etc.

  • Children’s toys, stuffed animals, books, puzzles, videos, cd’s and dvd’s (G or PG).

  • Homeschooling materials.

  • Children’s Accessories - diaper bags, slings and carriers, feeding items, breastfeeding and pumping supplies, baby-proofing items, gates, infant bath tubs, boppys, etc.

  • Children’s Décor - bedding, picture frames, mobiles, lamps, rugs, laundry hampers, etc.

  • Children’s Furniture - Cribs (manufactured after January 2011), book shelves, toy boxes, toddler beds, rockers/gliders, etc.

  • Outdoor Play Equipment - Ride-on toys, sand box, water tables, play houses, bikes, bike helmets, etc.

 

Come shop at our upcoming Event!

 Woodland Park Community Church

800 Valley View Drive, Woodland Park, CO 80863

ALWAYS FREE ADMISSION

 

Public Sale hours are:

 

Thursday, April 25th, 3:00pm-7:00pm

Friday, April 26th, 12:00pm-7:00pm

Saturday, April 27th, 9:00am-1:00pm (1/2 Price Day, ALL ITEMS 50% OFF)

​ 

Shopping Tips:

  • Bring bags, baskets, or any large tote to carry your items.

  • We accept Cash, Checks or Credit.

  • When purchasing large items, receive a claim ticket and put items in the "hold" area for items to be placed while you're shopping.

  • SATURDAY only, everything is 50% off!


more info...
4/27/2024

Munchkin Market is Teller County’s BEST Children's Consignment Sale!

Munchkin Market is a semi-annual fundraiser for the Ute Pass MOPS (mothers of preschoolers). You will find everything your kiddos need from clothes and books to bikes and toys for all ages! 

Thousands of clothing items are offered, but we have so much more! We also have a wide assortment of furniture, seasonal gear, decor, and games.  Here are some of the items you might find at our sale:

  • Children’s clothes, shoes, and accessories (sizes from infant to juniors).

  • Maternity clothes, nursing bras, and tops.

  • Children’s Equipment - strollers, pack’n’plays, high chairs, booster seats, exer-saucers, play mats, swings, bouncers, monitors, etc.

  • Children’s toys, stuffed animals, books, puzzles, videos, cd’s and dvd’s (G or PG).

  • Homeschooling materials.

  • Children’s Accessories - diaper bags, slings and carriers, feeding items, breastfeeding and pumping supplies, baby-proofing items, gates, infant bath tubs, boppys, etc.

  • Children’s Décor - bedding, picture frames, mobiles, lamps, rugs, laundry hampers, etc.

  • Children’s Furniture - Cribs (manufactured after January 2011), book shelves, toy boxes, toddler beds, rockers/gliders, etc.

  • Outdoor Play Equipment - Ride-on toys, sand box, water tables, play houses, bikes, bike helmets, etc.

 

Come shop at our upcoming Event!

 Woodland Park Community Church

800 Valley View Drive, Woodland Park, CO 80863

ALWAYS FREE ADMISSION

 

Public Sale hours are:

 

Thursday, April 25th, 3:00pm-7:00pm

Friday, April 26th, 12:00pm-7:00pm

Saturday, April 27th, 9:00am-1:00pm (1/2 Price Day, ALL ITEMS 50% OFF)

​ 

Shopping Tips:

  • Bring bags, baskets, or any large tote to carry your items.

  • We accept Cash, Checks or Credit.

  • When purchasing large items, receive a claim ticket and put items in the "hold" area for items to be placed while you're shopping.

  • SATURDAY only, everything is 50% off!


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4/27/2024

Do you know any teenagers interested in volunteering? This event is specifically for them. Kids ages 13-17 can sign up to learn about volunteering at Mueller, hike to our bluebird nesting boxes and prepare them for the season, and chat about what other volunteer opportunities would excite them. This is a chance for teens to get a feel for the park and help us create a volunteer program specifically for them! Registration is required. For more info contact Anna Miller at 719-687-2366 ex 107.

 

 

 


 

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4/27/2024

Unwind & immerse in nature’s beauty through the relaxing practice of Forest Bathing/shinrin yoku, rooted in Japan. Join Forest Therapy Guide Jane for this 1 mile wander to quiet the busy mind, open the senses & enjoy connecting closely with the land, ending with tea brewed from local plants. Min. age 12 recommended. Dress for the weather, bring water & backpack for hands-free. Registration requested by calling the Visitor Center at 719-687-2366 ex 0.

 

 


 

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4/29/2024
Improve your education and employment opportunities by earning your GED.
New students (min. age 16) may join GED classes after completing orientation and paying a $40 registration fee.

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4/30/2024
Come play with us! Bring your decks, bring your cards and your mats, and come battle. 

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5/1/2024
Improve your education and employment opportunities by earning your GED.
New students (min. age 16) may join GED classes after completing orientation and paying a $40 registration fee.

more info...
5/1/2024
About the Program

Q is for Questioning is a series of three interactive workshops (virtual and in-person) led by licensed clinicians and community members. These workshops provide adults in the lives of LGBTQ+ youth education on LGBTQ+ identity and mental health. Participants receive tools and resources to better support and affirm the LGBTQ+ youth in their lives.

If you are an adult in the life of an LGBTQ+ young person, please know that you can make a world of difference. Join us at an upcoming workshop, in-person or virtually, listed below. To learn more or bring Q is for Questioning to your region, contact us at q.info@envision-you.org.
 

Why Q is for Questioning?

Due to stigma, discrimination, bullying, and other factors, LGBTQ+ youth are more likely to experience mental health challenges such as depression, anxiety, and suicidal ideation. However, you can make all the difference. Research shows that the prevalence of suicide for LGBTQ+ youth who have at least one affirming adult in their life is reduced by 40%. Well-supported youth are also more likely to thrive in school, work, and their relationships.

By working towards being an affirming adult, you can provide a safe space for young LGBTQ+ people to talk about their thoughts and feelings which can help the young person develop a positive self-image. You can also help LGBTQ+ youth navigate the challenges of coming out and living authentically. Supporting you in navigating the ins and outs of how to do this is where we come in.


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5/2/2024

ACTIVE SHOOTER TRAINING

The purpose of this training is to prepare the general public how to handle the threat of an Active Shooter wherever you might be. The class will teach you how to participate in your own survival, while leading others to safety. Though no one can guarantee success in this type of situation, this set of skills will greatly increase the odds of survival should anyone face  this form of disaster.


 

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5/3/2024
Come have coffee, donuts, and chat with other people in the area! (This is your excuse to go make more local friends!)

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5/3/2024

The Colorado Springs Astronomical Society will have several telescopes set up outside of the Visitor’s Center for everyone to view the stars and planets of the night sky. Meet in the Visitor Center parking lot.


 

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5/4/2024

Migrating birds are returning, while some have overwintered at Mueller, still others are passing through to summer breeding grounds further north.  Come see and hear these along with a general nature hike.  1.5 mile slow-paced walk.  Led by volunteer naturalist Michael along with Special Guest Joe LaFleur (local birding expert). You will be provided with some additional hints on bird identification. Meet at Elk Meadow Trailhead.


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5/5/2024

Ever wanted to learn more about the forest and critters at Mueller State Park? Mueller has lots of wildlife and wildlands to see. We will learn about the basics of Mueller State Park's wilderness and wildlife and complete the requirements to become a Junior Ranger! Children and their grown ups should attend together. Meet outside the Visitor Center.

 


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5/6/2024
Improve your education and employment opportunities by earning your GED.
New students (min. age 16) may join GED classes after completing orientation and paying a $40 registration fee.

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5/7/2024
Come play with us! Bring your decks, bring your cards and your mats, and come battle. 

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5/8/2024
Improve your education and employment opportunities by earning your GED.
New students (min. age 16) may join GED classes after completing orientation and paying a $40 registration fee.

more info...
5/8/2024
About the Program

Q is for Questioning is a series of three interactive workshops (virtual and in-person) led by licensed clinicians and community members. These workshops provide adults in the lives of LGBTQ+ youth education on LGBTQ+ identity and mental health. Participants receive tools and resources to better support and affirm the LGBTQ+ youth in their lives.

If you are an adult in the life of an LGBTQ+ young person, please know that you can make a world of difference. Join us at an upcoming workshop, in-person or virtually, listed below. To learn more or bring Q is for Questioning to your region, contact us at q.info@envision-you.org.
 

Why Q is for Questioning?

Due to stigma, discrimination, bullying, and other factors, LGBTQ+ youth are more likely to experience mental health challenges such as depression, anxiety, and suicidal ideation. However, you can make all the difference. Research shows that the prevalence of suicide for LGBTQ+ youth who have at least one affirming adult in their life is reduced by 40%. Well-supported youth are also more likely to thrive in school, work, and their relationships.

By working towards being an affirming adult, you can provide a safe space for young LGBTQ+ people to talk about their thoughts and feelings which can help the young person develop a positive self-image. You can also help LGBTQ+ youth navigate the challenges of coming out and living authentically. Supporting you in navigating the ins and outs of how to do this is where we come in.


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5/10/2024

Ever wonder what it’d feel like to pet a deer, skunk, or bear? This is your chance to do it in a way that is safe for you and wildlife. Explore a variety of fur and skulls of Colorado native animals. Meet at the Visitor Center.

 

 


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5/10/2024

Learn the basics of surviving outside in this active program! All participants will go home with a feeling of accomplishment and their own survival items. Best for ages 3+.Meet at the Visitor Center.

 

 


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5/11/2024
Join us for a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony to celebrate the GRAND OPENING of Wayback Burgers!

Come celebrate with Claudia Lauzon and her son Benny Lauzon as they bring a spectacular new Restuarant to Woodland Park!

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5/11/2024

Whether you’re new or a pro to the sport, archery at Mueller is a great time to test your skills! All supplies are provided, simply come with your listening ears and a good attitude. All ages are welcome; foam bows are available for younger kids. Some adaptable equipment is also available-call for more details. There will be a safety briefing at 1 and 2 p.m. You must attend one of these briefings in order to participate. Meet at the livery lot next to the equine campsites.

 

 


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5/13/2024
Improve your education and employment opportunities by earning your GED.
New students (min. age 16) may join GED classes after completing orientation and paying a $40 registration fee.

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5/14/2024

Looking for a new Job?
Visit our annual Teller County Job Fair. Ages 16+


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5/14/2024
Come play with us! Bring your decks, bring your cards and your mats, and come battle. 

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5/15/2024
Improve your education and employment opportunities by earning your GED.
New students (min. age 16) may join GED classes after completing orientation and paying a $40 registration fee.

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5/16/2024
Join us at a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony to celebrate the Grand Opening of Hardcastle Home Services NEW location at 540 Manor Court in Woodland .Park.

Hardcastle Home Services  invites you to come join with them at the Ribbon Cutting to be held at 4:00 pm. with an Open House to follow until 6:00 pm

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5/16/2024

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5/17/2024

Get in touch with your creative side with this fun art program using items you can find outside! All ages are welcome. Guardians, please plan to stay with your child during the program. Meet at the camper services building.

 

 

 


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5/18/2024

Unwind & immerse in nature’s beauty through the relaxing practice of Forest Bathing/shinrin yoku, rooted in Japan. Join Forest Therapy Guide Jane for this 1 mile wander to quiet the busy mind, open the senses & enjoy connecting closely with the land, ending with tea brewed from local plants. Min. age 12 recommended. Dress for the weather, bring water & backpack for hands-free. Registration requested by calling the Visitor Center at 719-687-2366 ex 0. Meet at Outlook Ridge Trailhead.

 

 

 

 


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5/20/2024
Improve your education and employment opportunities by earning your GED.
New students (min. age 16) may join GED classes after completing orientation and paying a $40 registration fee.

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5/21/2024

Come along on this 1.5 mile general nature hike.  See the beginning of Spring in the high country.  Learn some of the montane trees and perhaps some of the birds of early spring.  1.5 mile slow-paced hike.  Led by volunteer naturalist Michael. Meet at the south end of the visitor center parking lot.

 

 

 

 

 


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5/21/2024
Come play with us! Bring your decks, bring your cards and your mats, and come battle. 

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5/21/2024
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!

May 21 Business After Hours is Hosted by Foxworth - Galbraith Lumber Company







 

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5/22/2024
Improve your education and employment opportunities by earning your GED.
New students (min. age 16) may join GED classes after completing orientation and paying a $40 registration fee.

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5/22/2024
Are you or a loved one experiencing memory loss and brain change? Are you looking for a safe community and engaging activities in a comfortable setting?

Join our monthly gathering of caregivers and loved ones for an afternoon of engaging music and activities, refreshments, guest speakers, friendship and community support!

We meet every 4th Wednesday from 1 to 2:30 PM at Woodland Park Public Library in the large meeting room.

For more information contact our cafe hosts, Becky at (719) 687-9281 or Amanda at (719)332-1812

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5/23/2024

Learn about a systematic yet creative approach to nature journaling. Discover that by observing and documenting natural objects, you become more alert and aware. In return, you possibly gain a deeper understanding of yourself. The theme this month is “Early Summer”. Please come with your own journal/notebook and writing utensil. Usually lasts 1.5-2 hours. Meet at the visitor center.

 

 

 

 

 

 


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5/23/2024

Watch the full moon rise over Pikes Peak and learn fun facts about the night sky. This is an easy one mile round trip hike. Dress for cool weather and bring a headlamp. Meet at Outlook Ridge Trailhead.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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