Event Name:Mountain Artists Holiday Show
Ute Pass Cultural Center
Saturday, November 25th
9 am -3 pm
Art work for gifts or home
Drawing every 1/2 hour for $10 coupon
Event Time:09:00 AM - 03:00 PM Mountain
Location:Ute Pass Cultural Center
Woodland Park, CO 80866
Contact Person:The Mountain Artists
Event Name: Thanksgiving Turkey Toss
Description:Be a part of feeding our wolf, fox and coyote families.
Watch them enjoy their turkey dinner.
Event Date: 11-23-17
Event Time:09:00 AM - 11:00 AM Mountain
Location:4729 Twin Rocks Road
Woodland Park, CO 80863
Contact Person:Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center
Kids 12 and under $15.
Call for reservations:
Event Name: Musical 'Hello My Baby'
Event Time:07:00 PM - 10:00 PM Mountain
Location:Woodland Park High School
Woodland Park, CO 80866
Contact Person:Linda Bealby
Details:The Woodland Park High School Theatre department will be performing the musical ‘Hello My Baby’ November 16,17,18 at Dickson Auditorium at the high school. Each performance starts at 7:00pm. Tickets are available to purchase in advance at www.woodlandparkhs.seatyourself.biz, or can be purchased the night of the show. Ticket prices are $10 for adults, $7 for youth 10 and under, and $7 for seniors.
WOODLAND PARK , CO
Nov. 5 Ute Pass Chamber Players present The No More Daylight Savings Time Concert music of Vivaldi, Delanoff, Holst, Rachmaninoff and more, featuring Guy Dutra-Silveira on oboe; Mary Lindsay on cello; Clark Wilson on bassoon; Vincent Lemoine on violin; Mary Anne Lemoine on viola; Dina Hollingsworth on fl ute; Ann Brown on violin; Barbara Huff on cello; Carol Wilson on piano and harpsichord; and Barbara Riley-Cunningham on piano. The event is at 3 p.m. at High View Baptist Church 1151 Rampart Range Road. Tickets are $15; students $5 with valid school ID, and are available at the door.
Nov. 18 Pancake Breakfast 8-11 a.m. Plan to start off your Thanksgiving celebrations with a fresh cooked, all you can eat, breakfast of
fluffy pancakes, scrambled eggs, sausage, melon and the best biscuits and gravy around. We aim to get your “Gobbling” off to a great start! Your home town seniors will be fl ipping the pancakes and serving them up with juice and coffee or hot tea for only $8. Kids 6 and under eat for $2. This open to the public fundraising event helps to support the programs and activities of the Woodland Park Senior Center. We appreciated the support of each one of you! Mark your calendars and plan to join us on the 3rd Saturday each month of the year. The Senior Center is located at the SE corner of Pine St. and Lake Av
CRIPPLE CREEK, CO
BUTTE THEATER Cripple Creek’s Butte Theater will host an all-time holiday favorite Angel of the Christmas Mine starting Nov 24 and runs through Dec. 30. The show is produced by Thin Air Theatre Company (TATC). Angel of the Christmas Mine has Mel Moser reprising one of his best roles as Clem Watkins in this Cripple Creek classic written by Cripple Creek’s favorite playwright Chris Sorensen. For more information and to make online reservations, visit ButteTheater.com. To make phone reservations, call 719-689-3247.
The 2017 Christmas In Divide Craft Fair is scheduled to occur on Saturday, November 11th (the actual Veteran’s Day), at the Summit Elementary School gymnasium, located at 490 Meadow Park Drive in Divide. The fair will run from 9-3 p.m. Ample parking is available. Local crafters will be displaying their art. The Divide Chamber of Commerce & Summit Elementary School SOS Presents the 26th Annual Christmas in Divide Craft Fair • Live Music • Bake Sale • Silent Auction. Proceeds help the Divide Chamber of Commerce support such organizations as Teller Historic and Environmental Coalition and Summit Elementary School. For more information, visit www.dividechamber.org or call 719-686-7587. For Vendor Space Availability Call Joe at 687-2278.
CHIPETA PARK Nov. 11, 12 The 14th Annual Chipita Park Association’s Arts & Crafts Fair will be held at Marcroft Hall, 9105 Chipeta Park Rd. Saturday 9-4 p.m., and Sunday 10-3 p.m. Offering one-of-a-kind arts and crafts including wood carving, handturned Aspen wood crafts, quilts, and much more. Enjoy lunch, baked goods, and raffles! For more information call 719-684-9237
FRESHWATER BAR & GRILL 52B 8th St, Guffey, CO 80820
Nov. 4 Fonda Cash (Johnny Cash’s Niece) at 5:30-8:30 p.m. 11 Griffith & Scott Show 5-8 p.m
Nov. 23 Thanksgiving Day — Annual Thanksgiving Potluck 2-6 p.m. Please sign up at the Freshwater to bring a dish. No regular menu served. Doors open at 1 p.m. Bar is open
Nov. 11 Lake George Veterans of Foreign Wars Post #11411 will conduct its Honor Guard Ceremony for Veterans at the Florissant Cemetery at 10 a.m. The public is invited to attend the ceremony. Veterans of Teller County are invited to attend the annual Chili Lunch at the Woodland Park Senior Center, located at 312 N. Center Street in Woodland Park after the ceremony. Chili and side dishes will be served beginning at 11:11 a.m. Please come to the ceremony to pay tribute to our local Veterans.
National Public Lands Day
Celebrate National Public Lands Day at Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument on Saturday, September 30, 2017 – Fee Free Day
In honor of National Public Lands Day, fees will be waived at Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument as well as the 400 plus other national park units across the United States.
See The Fall Foliage
Pikes Peak Highway
Take the trip up Pikes Peak Highway for a breath of fresh mountain air and breathtaking golden hues. Not only is the mountain drive enjoyable, the colors really make it worthwhile. Just wait until you get a chance to stand at the summit of America's Mountain - Pikes Peak and overlook the city.
Highway 67 Through Cripple Creek
Another route, Highway 67. These 71 miles of winding roads travel through various sections of southern Colorado - a must-stop is the historic mining town of Cripple Creek. Once there, a visit is warranted to the Cripple Creek Heritage Center, views from the windows are spectacular. Continue to the Mollie Kathleen Gold Mine surrounded by shades of orange and yellow. Head further down Highway 67 after leaving Cripple Creek and experience part of the Gold Belt Scenic Byway.
A great photo op includes a look through the quaking aspen-lined road of Rampart Range to Pikes Peak. This is an inspiring photo anytime, but at its height during the fall months of late September and early October. Pull up and park at the nearby Stanley and Rampart reservoirs for a water-reflected image. The next time the scenic route mentality strikes, you'll know exactly how to take the long way home.
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