Grapevine
07/07/2017
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In This Issue
Welcome New Chamber Members
Pearl Harbor Vet to Speak in Woodland Park
AARP Smart Driver Program
Meeting Set for Cycling Club
Hikes and More at Mueller State Park
Cripple Creek Music Fest
Florissant Heritage Day
Enjoy Live Entertainment at Country Lodge
Office Space at Woodland Professional Building
Community Partners Offers Family Support Services
Star in the Bar Hosted by Country Lodge
Host Your Next Event at Shining Mountain
Prepare for Cardiac Arrest and Choking
Pockin Potz for Your Spring Planting
Summer Junior Camp at Shining Mountain
Hot Tub Sale at Bliss
Custom Signage Now at Andersen Pack N Ship
Triple Your Savings at Big O TIres
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Welcome New Members

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Kris Gondeck

Focus on the Forest 
Shawn Nielsen

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Robert Haas

GOODLIFE USA - IBO 
Jim and Tina Myers

Body Works Chiropractic & Acupuncture
Drs. Stephane & Alison Roy
Pearl Harbor Veteran to Speak in Woodland Park

Sunday, July 9 at Woodland Park Community Church
9:00 a.m. & 10:45 a.m. Worship Services


sailor Jim Downing was a sailor assigned to the USS West Virginia when Japanese fighters and bombers struck the Pacific fleet stronghold in a surprise attack on Pearl Harbor. The 103-year-old is a well-known speaker and the oldest living survivor of Pearl Harbor. Listening to Jim speak is like hearing a living his tory book. Jim has a heart for the Lord and passionately speaks into the lives of both young and older generations. We are privileged to have him join us on Sunday, July 9th to speak into our lives with the wisdom that he has gained in over 100 years of life and over 80 years of following God. Bring your family, neighbors, co-workers, and friends. You won't want to miss this opportunity to hear Jim share.
Smart Driver Program
Cycling Club to Meet in July 

Cycling Club Join Mountain Top Cycling Club for our July club meeting at Shining Mountain Golf Club, our guest speaker will be Jennifer LeFevre M.Ed, EP-C ACSM, BCTMB.  Club meetings are open to the public. Jen is an American College of Sports Medicine Certified Exercise Physiologist and Board Certified Massage Therapist who has over 25 years of teaching and coaching, predominantly at the college level. Five years of providing massage therapy with Bike Across Kansas (BAK) have given Jen plenty of insight as to how to keep cyclists healthy and in the saddle - especially during long distance cycling events. She will be presenting on "Tales from the Table" from BAK along with presenting fitness/stretching tips for cyclists. Visit www.mountaintopcyclingclub.com for more information.
Activities at Mueller State Park

Friday, July 7
  • Touch Table: Cougar and Bears - 2:00 - 4:00 pm Meet at Visitor Center
  • Amphitheater: Bear Facts - 8:30 pm
Saturday, July 8
  • Hike: Outlook Ridge - 8:00 am Meet at Outlook Ridge Trailhead
  • Art and Nature for Beginners - 9:00 - 11:00 am Meet at Visitor Center
  • Hike: Turkey Cabin Overlook - 1:00 pm Meet at Black Bear Trailhead
  • Patio Talk: Geology of the Pike's Peak Area - 2:00 pm Meet at Visitor Center
  • Hike: Full Moon Hike - 8:00 pm Meet at Outlook Ridge Trailhead
Sunday, July 9
  • Pond Safari - 1:00 - 3:00 pm Meet at Dragonfly Pond
  • Hike: Homestead Trail - 1:30 pm Meet at Homestead Trailhead
  • Amphitheater: Lynx, Lion and Bob - 8:30 pm
Monday, July 10
  • Hike: Trains and Lost Towns - 9:00 am Meet at Elk Meadow Trailhead
Tuesday, July 11
  • Fly Fishing Basics - 10:00 am Meet at Dragonfly Pond
Wednesday, July 12
  • Hike: Wapiti Trail - 9:00 am Meet at the Visitor Center
Thursday, July 13
  • Hike: Outlook Ridge - 9:30 am Meet at Outlook Ridge Trailhead
  • Children: Raccoons - 10:00 am Meet at Visitor Center
  • Touch Table: Trees of Mueller - 1:00 - 3:00 pm Meet at Visitor Center
  • Amphitheater: Prehistory of Mueller State Park Region - 8:30 pm
Free Cripple Creek Music Fest Concert July 15

Music Fest
This is a FREE event. VIP tickets available for $30 (includes, first drink, seating in front of the stage. Seats are first come first basis). Presenting Sponsors: Bronco Billy's Casino, Triple Crown Casinos: The Brass Ass Casino, Midnight Rose Hotel & Casino & McGills Hotel & Casino, The City of Cripple Creek.
 
See multi-platinum recording artist Joe Nichols, rock legends Molly Hatchet and newcomer Christopher Shane perform on July 15 in the heart of the historic town of Cripple Creek.  The event kicks off at noon with Colorado's top bands, adult activities, street vendors and a beer garden.  Rain or shine this is going to be the event of the season. For more details, visit cripplecreekmusicfest.com.
 
Line Up:
  • Starting at Noon: Colorado Springs top bands
  • 5pm   Christopher Shayne
  • 7pm   Molly Hatchet
  • 9pm   Joe Nichols
Florissant Heritage Day
 
Historical Society The Pikes Peak Historical Society, along with the Florissant Grange and the Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument, will have a variety of activities for visitors during the 2017 Heritage Day celebration. There will be a pancake breakfast at the fire station. A variety of talks, tours of historic locations, vendors, and numerous activities for the children. The Pikes Peak Historical Society will be hosting museum tours and informative talks, one-room schoolhouse, various displays and toy-making for the kids at the Florissant Library.

The Pikes Peak Historical Society invites you to Florissant Heritage Day on Saturday, July 29 to learn more about the town of Florissant, the surrounding area and have some fun at the same time. This program is presented as a public service of the Pikes Peak Historical Society. Admission is free to all PPHS sponsored events. For more information call 719.748.8259 or  719.748.3861.
Country Lodge
Professional Building
Community Partnership
Enjoy Live Entertainment With this Week's Local Entertainers
 
Friday, July 7 - Mark Edens, 7-10pm
Saturday, July 8- Karaoke, 7-11pm, Be a part of "Star in the Bar"
Wednesday, July 12 - Rich Currier, 7-10pm
Thursday, July 13 - Tricia Parish, 7-10pm
 
Country Lodge Star in the Bar is where you can win a gift certificate for the Pub just by singing in Karaoke! Every time you sing, we put your name in the "hat" and draw the lucky winner at the end of the evening. Come out for some real interactive fun!
 
Visit our website, www.woodlandcountrylodge.com, to see our weekly local entertainment schedule.
 
Join us for Happy Hour everyday, from 3-5 pm! Get $1.00 off all beer, wine and well drinks!
 
The Woodland Country Lodge, 723 US Hwy 24 W, Woodland Park, Colorado, 80863.
 
For more info please call 719.687.6277. We hope to see you there!
Shining Mountain
Kardia CPR
RockInPotz
Golf
Bliss by Arctic
Signs at Andersen
 
Big O Tires
                        
Drs. Stephane Roy (right) and Alison Roy (left)
 
Drs. Stephane and Alison Roy, DC are pleased to announce the opening of their new Chiropractic and Acupuncture practice located at 111 Pine Street in Woodland Park, on the corner of Pine Street and Quinn Alley, just one block up from W. Midland Avenue across from the public parking lot behind Studio West and the Frozen Yogurt Shop. Drs. Roy stated that they are new to Woodland Park, but not new to practice. They have 15 years of experience in their field, and they have helped thousands of patients with a wide range of painful conditions by utilizing their unique and effective, highly personalized, gentle methods. "We combine traditional hands on chiropractic adjusting techniques with targeted soft tissue work in the form of neuromuscular/trigger point therapy, passive stretching techniques, dry needling, PT modalities, and acupuncture.  Click Here to read the full press release
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