Grapevine
08/24/2018
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We NEED Your Help!
Trust FedEx to Be Your Expert
Pool Maintenance Scheduled
Master Plumber CW's Plumbing
Greenhouse and Garden Tour in Woodland Park
Come to the Healing Spot for Back Pain Relief
Healing Spot Physical Therapy Offers Release Workshop
Great Outdoors Adventures has Discount Offer
Amazing Culturally Modified Trees of the Pikes Peak Region
In-House Products at Update Printing
Last Chance for Souvenir Sweatshirts
What's Happening at the Dinosaur Resource Center
Woodland Park and Teller County Maps
Woodland Professional Building
Live Entertainment at Woodland Country Lodge
Woodland Country Lodge Drink Specials
Perini & Associates Can Help With Getting You Found
Special Deal at Hot Heads Studio and Spa
Congratulations Vera!
Library District Puts Out Call for Local Authors
Discuss Death with Others at Death Cafe
Workshop for Nonprofit Excellence
CASA Light of Hope Teller
Andersen Enterprises
Energy Efficient Homes with SIPerior Designs
Andersen Pack N Ship
Painting & Pizza at Dawn of Hope
US 24 Mitigation
Grapevine Deadline
Thank You to Our 2018
Leadership Council
Investors
Newmont




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We NEED Your HELP!
Thank You to those Who have Already Signed Up!
 
TOKEN TENTS
 
We NEED Your HELP.  It takes several hundred volunteers over the two day period to put on this special event.   This years' event is on Saturday, September 15th & Sunday, September 16th.  Shift times are 10:30 am - 2:30 pm or 2:30 pm - 6:30 pm each day.  There are numerous opportunities to volunteer.    Pull out your calendar now and Sign Up for a shift!  Volunteer Sign Up is easy.  Scroll down.. Click on the Volunteer Shift below and complete the form. Hit send!  We will confirm with you prior to the actual date of service.  Shifts fill up fast.... Please forward to friends and family who would like to Volunteer too!  SIGN UP EARLY -
 
TOKEN TENTS- Volunteers for Tokens Must be 21+ 
(5 to 6 Volunteers Each Shift)  
Thank You for Taking the time to Consider Helping Out at
OktoberfestPLUS!
Trust FedEx to Be Your Expert
Fedex
Pool Maintenance Scheduled
Pool Maintence
Master Plumber CW's Plumbing
CW_Plumbing
Greenhouse and Garden Tour  
in Woodland Park
2018 Garden Tour
Come to the Healing Spot for Back Pain Relief
Healing Spot
Healing Spot Physical Therapy Offers Release Workshop
Release! Workshop Sept
Great Outdoors Adventures has Discount Offer
Great Outdoors
Amazing Culturally Modified Trees of the Pikes Peak Region
 
Historical Society Pikes Peak Historical Society has been documenting human-modified trees for almost 20 years. These remarkable living artifacts, displaying a variety of unusual shapes, are truly works of art, sculpted by highly talented and creative peoples. Known widely as culturally modified trees (CMTs), they are cited across the USA.
 
This presentation will highlight CMTs in our region. Not every bent tree is a CMT. Most are "imposters," modified by natural processes, or fall in a grey area where it is impossible to know if they are real. Criteria used by PPHS to identify CMTs will be given.
 
Andy Weinzapfel, PPHS CMT Committee Chairman, will be speaking at  Florissant Library, 334 Circle Drive. This program is a public service of the Pikes Peak Historical Society in partnership with Rampart Library District. Admission is free, refreshments are served.  No reservation required but seating is limited . For information call 719.748.8259 or  719.748.3861.
In-House Products at  
Update Printing
Update Printing
Last Chance for Souvenir Sweatshirts
WP Symphony
What's Happening at the Dinosaur Resource Center
 
Pikes Peak Bee Keepers Association (It's all about Bee's)
11:00 am - 3:00 pm
Saturday, August 25  
 
Dino Resource Center Hear all about BEES and their wonderful product...Honey! See these fascinating creatures at work and taste their honey. Ask questions of local bee keeper Suzanne Kraus (from the Pikes Peak Bee Keepers Association) and find out what you can do to help the bees survive. Learn about their lives and the job of a bee keeper. Suzanne will be here to answer all of your questions. So "buzz" on over and have a great time with us!
Woodland Park and Teller County Maps

Maps Sometime you just need a map. And the Greater Woodland Park Chamber of Commerce has them. They are a two-in-one map of both the city of Woodland Park and Teller County. Keep one in your car. Hang one on wall.

Stop by the Chamber to pick up your Woodland Park and Teller County map. You can also view it online. Click HERE to view.
Woodland Professional Building Has It All
Woodland Professional Building
Live Entertainment at Woodland Country Lodge
Woodland Country Lodge
Woodland Country Lodge  
Drink Specials
Country Lodge Drinks
Perini & Associates Can Help With Getting You Found
Perini
Special Deal at Hot Heads Studio and Spa
Hot Heads
Congratulations Vera!

Bike
Vera Egbert, Branch Manager of Community Banks of Colorado was the winner of the bicycle given away at our August Business After Hours hosted by Coldwell Banker 1st Choice Realty.
 
To be eligible to win the bicycle you had to make school supply donations.
 
Congratulations Vera!
Library District Puts Out Call for Local Authors
Library Call for Authors
Discuss Death with Others at Death Cafe
Death Cafe
Workshop for Nonprofit Excellence
Community Partnership
CASA Light of Hope Teller
casa

CASA of the Pikes Peak Region helps abused and neglected children in Teller and El Paso Counties.  To address the growing need in Teller County, CASA opened a new office in Divide and will host the first annual CASA Light of Hope Teller fundraising breakfast in Woodland Park this fall.
 
All proceeds from the event will remain in Teller County and RSVPs are being taken now to reserve a table and/or sponsor the event. The breakfast will be at the Shining Mountain Golf Course on Tuesday, September 18.  Check in is from 7:00 am to 7:30 am, followed by a 1 hour program featuring a local family who has been positively impacted by CASA.
 
Sponsorship opportunities from $100 - $7,500 are still available and seating is limited, so please RSVP today!
 
To secure your sponsorship and reserve your seat/table, please click HERE to contact Jill.
Andersen Enterprises
Andersen
Energy Efficient Homes with SIPerior Designs
Andersen SIP
Andersen Pack N Ship
Pack N Ship
Painting & Pizza at Dawn of Hope
Dawn of Hope  
Thursday, August 30 
5:30 PM - 8:30 PM  
178 Palmer Drive
Florrisant
 
We provide dinner and painting supplies, as our artist takes you step-by-step through painting a nighttime scene. This will be a fun and relaxing experience, where you will be able to discover the artist within. This is the perfect activity for all levels of artist...from beginner to expert. $25/person or $40/couple. Pay at arrival, cash or card accepted. Class are located in "The Living Room" right off the main lodge entrance. Ages 16 and up welcome. Come have fun with us! 
 
 Click HERE to RSVP.  Follow us on our Facebook Page R3 at Dawn of Hope Ranch.
US 24 Rockfall Mitigation, Cascade to Manitou Springs (completion approximately October, 2018)

8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. daily, Monday, August 27 through Thursday, August 30
  • Single lane with US 24 eastbound and westbound traffic head to head sharing the US 24 eastbound lane in Ute Pass between Cascade and Manitou Springs (mile post 294 - 301) during hours of operation
  • Reduced speed limits
  • Extended commute time for congestion in the work zone
  • Road restriction to 11 foot width restriction during working hours
  • Work consists of rock drilling, scaling and grouting
  • Bicyclists are discouraged from riding through the construction zone during hours of operations.
Work is to stabilize large boulders and rocks above from falling onto the highway. For the protection of the traveling public and workers, traffic is moved to the outside lanes to create a safe buffer under where mitigation is taking place. This work is taking place between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Crews are not working during morning and evening commute times, and are off the road on Saturdays and Sundays.

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