APRIL 2021

April 1st,3rd,10th,11th,17th,18th,24th,25th-Rockin' Rapids, 2pm – 5pm. 
Weather permitting outdoors. In case of inclement weather, we will move the band indoors,
where space is limited with the current restrictions in place. A heated tent area on the
deck will be also available for seating. Please call to reserve a table. Aspen Peak Cellars
Colorado Winery, 60750 US Hwy 285, Bailey, CO. (303)816-5504

April 2nd, 9th, 16th,23rd,30th-Karoke fun for all every Friday night 6-10. 
April 4th-Join Major Tom this Sundayfun afternoon of music from 2-5PM.

Solo Acoustic guitar, vocals, and harmonica.
at: Mad Jack's Mountain Brewery, 23 Main st., Bailey,CO. (303) 816-2337


April 4th-PAT TRAVIS at 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm strumming and singing 
April 8th,15th,22nd,29th-TOM MCNEILL at 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm,

Listen to singer/songwriter Tom McNeill on vocals, guitar, and harmonica.
April 10th-JERRY NEEMAN AND JACK at 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm, on vocals, horns, drums
April 11th-LENA, DAVE, & JEFF at 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm, Join musicians from local bands, Eileen Koenigsberg,
Dave Adams, and Jeff Scarborough, for an afternoon of eclectic rock oldies and goodies.
April 17th at 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm The Kustoms & Patrick’s Retirement party! Show is 2pm - 5pm.
April 18th at 2:00 pm Zion Crossroads is a roots Americana band with a healthy dose of psychedelia
At The Well at Bradford Junction 27051 Barkley Rd. Conifer, CO. (303) 838-0444

April 5th & 12th-Zoom webinar every Monday at 5:00pm for four weeks starting this Monday. 
“The western United States has entered a new era of wildfires, no longer limited to a single distinct “season,”
but rather a year-round burn regime due to hotter, drier conditions and increased human settlement in wildland
areas... How can stakeholders better work together to create sustainable and equitable solutions for all...
April 5: The Human Element
A discussion of fires’ effects on people, from their homes to their health to their sense of cultural identity.
We’ll also explore historical inequities in aid and hear Native/Indigenous perspectives on managing and living
with fires.
April 12: The Future of Western Wildfire
Where to from here? Talking barriers, solutions, jurisdictional concerns, funding resources, and the application
of the best-available science and information to develop fire management practices... “
For more details: https://institute.dmns.org/perspectives ... on-series/

April 6th,13th,20th,27th-Trivia Night.Yep, you read that right! Trivia with Jake is back at Snowpack, 
each and every Tuesday from 7-9pm. Grab a friend or 3 and come join us tonight for a fun night filled
with awesome prizes. We're stoked to be getting back a bit of normalcy. Can't wait to see you!
At the Snowpack Taproom & Pizzeria,11863 Springs Road #210 Conifer, CO. (720) 924-1110

April 7 – Intro to Integrated Pest Management, Steve Sauer, Boulder County Weeds Supervisor,

Boulder County Parks and Open Space
April 21 – Weed Identification and Management, Casey Cisneros, District Manager, Larimer County Weed District
May 5 - Colorado’s Aquatic Nuisance Species, Robert Walters, Invasive Species Specialist, Colorado Parks and
Wildlife. speaker series to educate and inform landowners on invasive species terminology, identification,
treatment, and latest trends. Sessions will be held virtually from 6:00–7:30 pm on the following dates from
late March until early May. Free, registration required.
https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJEpdu ... LrF_qvmfBt

April 10th-COFA-Christian Outdoor Fellowship of America will be having a "Shoot No Shoot" class and discussion 
from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PMWith many of the shootings happening in today's news, in grocery stores, parking lots,
homes, etc. Would you know what to do to protect yourself? What are your rights in different shooting situations?
Don’t miss this opportunity to meet with Law Enforcement, and an NRA shooting instructor in a roundtable setting
to discuss various scenarios. There are differing thoughts on Colorado laws. How can you defend yourself legally?
You might be surprised. Plan for an interesting class while learning the do’s and don’ts in self-defense and
protection. The class will be at the Green Barn, 8660 South Fairall Road, Morrison, CO 80465
The suggested donation for this class is $25 with 30 seats available.  For information, you can call Mike at 303.880.9878 or George at 303.880.3800 To learn more about COFA and their events for the family, you can go to cofausa.org

APRIL 11th-AT 2 PM MDT – 3 PM MDT, 1920s in Conifer, with Q&A by John Steinle, Join us for a program 
about 1920s life in Conifer! More info coming soon!hosted by Conifer Historical Society & Museum.
Free, Space Limited! Registration Required - https://www.coniferhistoricalsociety.org/rsvp/

April 11th-Bruce Cook music (live), 2 PM MDT – 5 PM, Price: Free · Duration: 3 hr 
April 25th-Mike Ippolito music (live), 2 PM MDT – 5 PM, Price: Free · Duration: 3 hr
at: Mad Jack's Mountain Brewery, 23 Main st., Bailey,CO. (303) 816-2337

April 16th-Please join us for our first Dinner & Comedy Night with nationally recognized comedians 
at the winery. We will serve a fantastic 3-course dinner promptly at 6:30pm and will start the comedy
show at 7:30pm. Main dining room and heated tent seating available. Reservations required, make sure
to select your entree option. Brian Culpepper will MC the evening for us. It is time to have some fun!
Aspen Peak Cellars Colorado Winery, 60750 US Hwy 285, Bailey, CO. (303)816-5504. Tickets are $50 per
person, go to get tickets and more details: http://events.r20.constantcontact.com/r ... =xue9uddab

April 18th-Join the Conifer Historical Society's Virtual Book Club! 
Free, Space Limited! Registration Required - https://www.coniferhistoricalsociety.org/rsvp/
After you RSVP, the meeting link will be sent via email.
We will be discuss Doc Susie: The True Story of a Country Physician in the Colorado Rockies, By Virginia Cornell
It is 1907 and Doc Susie came to Fraser Colorado with a bad case of tuberculosis and a broken heart. But soon she forgot about her own troubles and lived a life so colorful that Hollywood wanted to make a movie of it. For the
first time, here is an account of the real Doc Susie--the amazing, inspiring story of a woman who defied her
times and her fears to help those who needed her.

April 25th-The topic for the Conifer Historical Society and Museum's next CHSM Chat is Historic 
Snow Storms on Sunday at 2pm!Have you wondered how our recent snow storms compare to those of the past?
How did they dig themselves out way back when without snow blowers? Hosted by CHSM Board President Erin
Thatcher. Bring your questions and your stories! FREE! Space is limited is so register soon for this
free virtual program! Meeting link will be emailed to you shortly after your registration, so check
in your spam folder if you don't see it! https://www.coniferhistoricalsociety.org/rsvp


April 28th-Bootstraps Scholarships & Loans cordially invites you to a Virtual Sips for Scholarships 
with Creekside Cellars on Wednesday, April 28 at 6:30 p.m. Sips for Scholarships, a food and wine
pairing will benefit Bootstraps, Inc. Bootstraps helps mountain-area graduating high school seniors
pursue their educational dreams through scholarships and interest free loans.
The event will include a small appetizer platter and a bottle of either Petit Verdot or Viogner and
a paddle raiser providing an opportunity to donate to Bootstraps. The event will be held virtually
at 6:30 p.m. with food and wine pairings provided by Creekside Cellars and delivered to your home by
Bootstraps board members. Tickets are $120 per couple or $75 for a single and can be purchased at
bootstrapsinc.org. For more information contact 720-630-9338 or nancy@bootstrapsinc.org.


May 1st

Community Wildfire Preparedness Day-It's time to prepare for Wildfire Season! May 1st is Wildfire Community Preparedness Day: a national campaign that encourages people and organizations everywhere to come together on a single day to take action to raise awareness and reduce wildfire risks.To honor this effort, we will be proudly introducing our mobile educational fire truck that we've purchased and modified to help you learn more about what you and your family can do to get prepared. We'll have free materials on evacuation planning, defensible space, home hardening and more. Join us from 8:30-11:30am at Elk Creek Fire Protection District Station 1, 19933 Blackfoot Rd or from 1:30-4:30pm at Evergreen Fire Rescue, 1802 Bergen Pkwy, visit with your first responders, and get your free Emergency Go Bag while supplies last. https://www.facebook.com/events/580251946270476


May 8th- Conifer High School Virtual Trivia night. 6 pm to 8 pm, benefiting students & teachers, 
cash prizes awarded-silent auction. $20 per ticket, tickets start selling april 1st. For more
details call Sarah Miller 303-319-8807. http://chsptsa.blogspot.com/2020/01/upc ... vents.html