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July

July 2021 Staunton State Park Visitor Programs and Hikes! (So many the List is bottom of August events)

July 10th,17th,24th,31st

Evergreen Cars and Coffee-Attention Classic Car, Super Car, Hot Rod and Motorcycle Enthusiasts! We are meeting Saturday at Olde's Garage at 9AM to 12PM for Evergreen Cars and Coffee. We will have the doors open, tools available, detail supplies at the ready, so come on by with your classic car or hot rod for a bit of coffee, to hang out, talk and admire the iron!  There is no admission, but donations are welcome as we use this event to help support local charities.  Family Friendly Event.  Hosted by Evergreen Auto Brokers, Olde's Garage, Evergreen Glass and Kevin McGuire of TransAmerica Financial.  See event details at http://www.facebook.com/groups/evergreencarsandcoffee

Location: 3639 Evergreen Parkway, Evergreen, CO  80439 (Every Saturday)

Fees/Admission: Free, but donations a kindly accepted.
Contact Information: David Taylor of Evergreen Auto Brokers 720-308-3942

July 11th & 18th

Family Pinch Pot Party! Sat. You and your family are invited to the Pinch Pot Party! Everyone can make their own

pinch pot and learn new techniques together. We'll start at the beginning learning the basics of how to make a

pinch pot. For fast learners, we'll learn carving and other techniques to make your pinch pot become a bird, plant,

fish or anything else you can dream up!  Our second week will consist of glazing or painting our pinch pots after they have gone through their initial firing. Pinch Pot Party participants will be invited to come pick up their finished pots at

a time convenient to you about 1-2 weeks after our second class (after the final firing). This is a GREAT introduction

to the ceramic process for kids and adults! This workshop is open to all ages. Ticket price is per family.

Fees/Admission $20/per family, 11:00 AM-noon,Location: The Nature Link Studio, 30403 Kings Valley Dr
Suite 1-114, Conifer, CO  Register at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/family-pinch-pot-party-sun-july-11-18-tickets-154785741319

 

July 12th

BINGO! 6 PM – 8:30 PM, at the Snowpack Taproom & Pizzeria, 11863 Springs Road #210 Conifer, CO. (720) 924-1110

Suggested donation $10 = 5 cards for 5 games, $2 50/50 raffle, cash prizes. All are welcome. Come early!

July 13th,20th,27th

Boulters Urban Market-Each week (Tuesdays), 10am-2pm, growers, bakers and artisans gather to offer the

freshest and finest. You buy directly from the producer…the person who grew it or made it or knows it and

can tell you how to best cook, use and enjoy it. Fruit, vegetables, bread, homemade syrup, coffee, tea,

pottery, linens and more await. Location:Boone Mountain Sports: 2692 Evergreen Parkway Evergreen, CO.

FREE admission

July 15th

After Hour Mixer-Mixers are held every month and hosted at different locations, featuring numerous

networking opportunities great food, drinks, and prizes. Mixers, sponsored by one or two Chamber

members, provide opportunities for the businesses to showcase their products and services.
We will be holding the July mixer in partnership with the Platte Canyon Chamber of Commerce. 

Join in on the fun and make new contacts!

5:00-7:00pm, Location: Moore Lumber and Ace Hardware Grill & Stihl Location
246 Mount Evans Blvd; Pine, CO, Fees/Admission Please pre-register in advance $5 for members 303.838.5711
Website: http://www.GoConifer.com

July 17th

Life Bridge Food Pantry, Food Drive-Please help us fill our shelves and feed our community!

All donations will remain right in the 285 corridor and help those in our community who need

our support the most! Non-perishable food items, grocery gift cards and cash are all greatly

appreciated!   King Soopers, Conifer from 1:00 to 5:00pm.

July 18th

VFW Post 12009 Monthly Breakfast, 7:30 AM - 11:30 AM, Beaver Ranch, Conifer Community Park 
11369 S Foxton Rd. Conifer, CO. Fees/Admission Adults - $8 / Children under 12 - $4, All you can eat
Support our local veterans and enjoy one of the best homemade breakfasts around!Scrambled eggs, bacon,
sausage,Fresh baked biscuits and gravy,Homefries, pancakes, fresh made green chili,Desserts, orange
juice, coffee, tea

July 21st

Cat/Dogs on the Catwalk -The Evergreen Animal Protective League Fundraising Event * Doors will open 4 pm.

Advance tickets on sale now *Purchase tickets at eaple.com $25.00 per person. Kids under 12 free. *Plentiful

hor d' oeuvres & desserts served at your table. Preview the auction items at eaple.com, online bidding is open

at 8am July 14th. Cactus Jacks, 4651 County Road 73, Evergreen,CO.  Come see our red carpet event & Live

Music.

July 24-25

Elevation Celebration -A FREE Street Fair with music, vendors, food, games, and more all on Sutton Road 
,25915 Sutton Rd. Conifer CO. Elevation Celebration is a free community street faire the last weekend in July. Join
us for Conifer's signature summer festival featuring the Elevation Run / Walk, live local music on two stages, a
craft beer tent, beer garden and kid zone.for more information 303-838-5711. Fun for all ages!The weekend kicks off
with the Annual Elevation Run/Walk sponsored by Jeanie Boymel/Northwestern Mutual, Saturday, July 24th at 7:00a on
the Conifer Community Trails System. Race categories include a 10K, 5K and 2 mile Fun Run, along with a virtual run.
This course celebrates the Conifer Trails that take you around the scenic Aspen Park neighborhoods of Conifer
(average Elevation 8200 feet!) on some paved and dirt roads and trail running for the 10K'ers. The run is coordinated
by and benefits the Conifer Lobos Unified Boosters (CLUB) and Conifer Area Council (CAC) Trail team. Registration is
open at https://elevation.clubchs.org/.

July 30th

The second concert in CAE’s 2021 “Originals” concert series: The Wrecklunds- Outdoor seating starts at 6:30 pm; Concert starts at 7 pm, Bring-your-own-chair or toss a blanket on the ground.

Beer & Wine available for donations, Food available for purchase from Slife’s Devil Dogs & Sweet Freeze Shave Ice

Center for the Arts Evergreen, 31880 Rocky Village Dr. Evergreen, CO 80439.  As we welcome traditionally modern Bluegrass based out of the west side of the Denver, The Wrecklunds. Formed in 2017, The Wrecklunds are known throughout Denver for their tight, powerful vocal harmonies, masterful instrumentation and song craft,, and a passion

for live performance. This fun-filled, rollicking ensemble combines groove, soul and experimentation. The band consists of Bryan Eklund (vocals, guitar), Eric Drobny (vocals, bass), Brandt Miller (vocals, banjo), Mike Martin (fiddle), and Mark Swaim (vocals, mandolin).

Fees/Admission:Tickets $25 , To purchase tickets:  Tickets
Website: https://evergreenarts.org/2021-concert-series/
August
August 3rd

Free Senior Luncheon-Tuesday,12:00pm, Location Aspen Ridge Church, 27154 N Turkey Creek Rd, Evergreen, CO

The Conifer extension of the Salvation Army is returning its free senior lunches to Aspen Ridge Church in Marshdale.

The luncheon will start at noon and R.S.V.P.s are needed by calling 303-838-4805.

Anyone over the age of 50 is welcome, organizer Yvonne Ludwig says, and the luncheon’s goal is to provide food and fellowship for seniors. The luncheons, which are held every other month, are catered by La Cuisine in Evergreen, and 35 to 50 people attend from all over the foothills. http://www.canyoncourier.com/node/77869

August 3rd & September 7th
Help us feed our neighbors in need! Join is for Taco Tuesday, 5:00pm - 7:30pm at Bergen Park Church,
31919 Rocky Village Dr., Evergreen, CO. https://www.facebook.com/events/272259047573506

August 3rd,10th,17th,24th,31st

Boulters Urban Market-Each week (Tuesdays), 10am-2pm, growers, bakers and artisans gather to offer the

freshest and finest. You buy directly from the producer…the person who grew it or made it or knows it and

can tell you how to best cook, use and enjoy it. Fruit, vegetables, bread, homemade syrup, coffee, tea,

pottery, linens and more await. Location:Boone Mountain Sports: 2692 Evergreen Parkway Evergreen, CO.

FREE admission

August 6th & September  3rd

Flower's First Friday was designed to help local artisans show their goods as well as help facilitate sustainability in our community.

Our artists/vendors offer goods that are handcrafted and unique. We invite people to come and shop at our outdoor market with live music and healthy food. This is a feel good event from the things you see, learn, and go home with! Watch some of the footage from

one of the past events to see the unique atmosphere, amazing music and fun you won't want to miss!

4:00 PM - 8:00 PM,  Adobe Creek Buildings - Kittredge, 26290 Hwy 74, Evergreen, CO 80439 Fees/Admission Free to attend

August 7th

Dam Ducky Derby-11:00 – 3:00 pm in Downtown Evergreen, Duck Drop at 1:00 PM.How does it work? A fire truck drops

numbered ducks from above the dam to the creek below. The rubber ducks race down Bear Creek to the finish line at

Highland Haven Creekside Inn. Anyone may participate by buying one or more uniquely numbered ducks. The winning

ducks numbers are documented as they cross the finish line and cash prizes are awarded to the owners of the speediest

ducks. https://downtownevergreen.com/dam-ducky-derby/

August 7th & September 25th

Community Cleanup - CACC, Conifer Area Chamber of Commerce is partnering with Keller Williams Foothills

Realty for the community cleanup.  Wear boots, gloves, hat and/or sunscreen.  Meet at the Aspen Park Park

n Ride at 8:00 AM. Thank you to Mike Sadowski  -  Aslan Home Lending Corporation for providing the after

pickup snacks. Contact Information admin@goconifer.com

August 14th

Sparkle & Shine Business Awards Gala,Saturday, 6:00pm - 10:00pm, Location: El Rancho Brewing Company,

29260 US Hwy 40, Evergreen, CO. Fees/Admission Tickets $80, Contact Clair Hicks - (303) 674-3412

Join us for a fabulous evening under the stars as we celebrate our Business Award winners with a Casino

Royale themed evening.  This “Better than Vegas” event will include gaming tables, prizes, food, drinks and

a live DJ for dancing.  Black tie optional. Event  sells out, don’t miss your tickets.  Tickets $80, Raffle tickets

$20 for $1000 prize. Click Here For Event Details / Registration Page

August 15th

VFW Post 12009 Monthly Breakfast-7:30 am - 11:30 am, Location: Beaver Ranch, Conifer Community Park
11369 S Foxton Rd. Conifer, CO. Fees/Admission: Adults - $8 / Children under 12 - $4, All you can eat

Support our local veterans and enjoy one of the best homemade breakfasts around! Scrambled eggs,

bacon, sausage,Fresh baked biscuits and gravy,Homefries, pancakes, fresh made green chili, Desserts,

orange juice, coffee, tea

August 15th

Kids Triathlon-9:00am - 11:00am, by EPRD, Contact Maren Schreiber 720-880-1219 mschreiber@eprd.co

This is a great way for kids to be active and have fun, while helping the INSPIRE Program!  

Distances and times vary by age group:

9 AM (5 to 6 years) - 25 Yards Swim, 0.5 Mile Bike, and 400 Meter Run

9:20 AM (7 to 8 years) - 50 Yards Swim, 1 Mile Bike, and 0.5 Mile Run

9:40 AM (9 to 10 years) - 100 Yards Swim, 2 Mile Bike, and 1 Mile Run

Arriving & Sites

Participants are encouraged to arrive at least half an hour before their start time. The kids will swim in Buchanan Pool, ride their bikes out and back on the Buchanan Trail and run on the Pioneer Trail toward Elk Meadow.

Register

Register Online for Kids Triathlon

Location Buchanan Park Recreation Center, 32003 Ellingwood Trail, Evergreen CO 80439

https://www.evergreenrecreation.com/255/Kids-Triathlon

August 19th

Sips for Scholarships with Aspen Peak Cellars Bootstraps Scholarships & Loans cordially invites you to a food and wine pairing will benefit Bootstraps, Inc. which helps mountain-area graduating high school seniors pursue their educational dreams through scholarships and interest free loans. The event will feature wine and food pairings, entertainment, and

a paddle raiser providing an opportunity to donate to Bootstraps.The event will be held at the Aspen Peak Cellars at 60750 US Highway 285 in Bailey, Colorado. 6:30 p.m.- 8:30 p.m. Tickets are $60 and can be purchased at bootstrapsinc.org. For more information contact 720-630-9338.

August 21st

Life Bridge Food Pantry, Food Drive. Please help us fill our shelves and feed our community! All donations will remain right in the 285 corridor and help those in our community who need our support the most! Non-perishable food items, grocery gift cards and cash are all greatly appreciated! King Soopers, Conifer from 1:00 to 5:00pm. 

August 27th

The third concert in CAE’s 2021 “Originals” concert series: Moors & McCumber, Outdoor seating starts at 6:30 pm; Concert starts at 7 pm,Tickets $25. Bring-your-own-chair or blanket,Beer & Wine available for donations
Food available for purchase from Slife’s Devil Dogs & Sweet Freeze Shave Ice

 

 

Center for the Arts Evergreen, 31880 Rocky Village Dr. Evergreen, CO 80439

Join us on Friday, August 27, as we welcome Americana duo, Moors & McCumber. James Moors and Kort McCumber grew up in different places and listening to different kinds of music – classical, rock, bluegrass,  Click here to get tickets

 

 

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July 2021 Staunton State Park Visitor Programs and Hikes!
Free with Park Pass
(Please note that programs are held at various locations)
Staunton State Park, 12102 S. Elk Creek Rd, Pine, CO 80470
303-816-0912
cpw.state.co.us/placestogo/parks/Staunton



Friday July 16
Fishing at Davis Ponds! 10a-2p
Enjoy a day of fishing. Instructors will provide equipment and instruction on bait, spin cast fishing in a Colorado high country lake. Those 16yrs and older must have a valid Colorado fishing license.

Saturday July 17
Hummingbirds: Interpreter’s Table 10a-2p
Did you know that hummingbirds have really long tongues that wrap around their brains? Visit the hummingbird display and learn other amazing facts about these tiny creatures.
Saturday July 17 The Moon and You: Beauty and The Terminator 830p Astronomy educator and IDA Colorado member Linda Kahananui will be leading a moon party! There will be stories, science, and both naked-eye and telescope viewing. Marmot Amphitheater.

Sunday, July 18
Interpreter’s Table: Hummingbirds 10a-2p
Did you know that hummingbirds have really long tongues that wrap around their brains? Visit the hummingbird display and learn other amazing facts about these tiny creatures. Tuesday July 20
Wildflower Hike 10 am Take a wildflower hike with a plant expert! Learn interesting facts and some fun fiction about Staunton’s beautiful wildflowers! Meet at the Ranch Hand Group Picnic Area.

Saturday July 24
Archery in the Park! 10a-2p
Come enjoy archery! All skill levels welcome. This event is Instructor guided. All equipment is provided. Fun for all ages! The archery range is located above the Meadow Parking lot.

Saturday July 24
Fishing at Davis Ponds! 10a-2p
Enjoy a day of fishing. Instructors will provide equipment and instruction on bait, spin cast fishing in a Colorado high country lake. Those 16yrs and older must have a valid Colorado fishing license.

Sunday July 25
Interpreter’s Table: Edible Medicinal Plants 10am-2p
Come learn how Drs. Rachael and Archibald Staunton used plant preparations to treat the people of the mountains! Location is Meadow Parking Lot.

Tuesday July 27
Wildflower Hike 10a
Take a wildflower hike with a plant expert! Learn interesting facts and some fun fiction about Staunton’s beautiful wildflowers! Meet at the Ranch Hand Group Picnic Area.

Tuesday July 27
Fishing at Davis Ponds! 10a-2p
Enjoy a day of fishing. Instructors will provide equipment and instruction on bait, spin cast fishing in a Colorado high country lake. Those 16yrs and older must have a valid Colorado fishing license.

Saturday, July 31
Wildlife Photography Clinic and Hike! 10a
Learn how to take breathtaking photographs! Bring your own camera for a short instructional class and then hike with a photographer along the beautiful trails to use your new skills to photograph the many wonders of Staunton State Park! Meet at the Visitor Center Patio.

Saturday July 31
Interpreter’s Table: Edible Medicinal Plants 10a-2p
Come learn how Drs. Rachael and Archibald Staunton used plant preparations to treat the people of the mountains! Location is Meadow Parking Lot.

Saturday July 31
Bear in Mind 7p-8p
This hour long afternoon program for the whole family is presented by long time storyteller Dennis Swiftdeer Paige. The story celebrates our area's most rarely sighted large mammal the black bear (Ursus americanus). Come and enjoy this thoroughly engaging interactive indigenous friendly storytelling program to bring out the bear in you. Marmot Amphitheater.

Saturday July 31
The Summer Milky Way, and other Night Sky Wonders 830p
It’s a dark sky and new moon!
Listen to a spell bounding Native American Milky Way Story! See through a giant telescope and visit some of our neighboring planets, and take a magical look at other amazing deep sky sights! Marmot Amphitheater

 

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