Grapevine
03/31/2017
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In This Issue
State Farm Agent Honored
Stronger Employees - A Boost for Your Company
Cruise Above the Clouds
Easter with M Lazy C Ranch
Investing is Not Just for the Wealthy
Join the Fun at Mueller State Park
Woodland Professional Building
RockInPotz for Your Spring Planting
Cyndia Design for Your Graphic Design Needs
Mountain Top Cycling Club Meeting
Microbrew & Wine Tasting Fundraiser
How to Feel Great Again
Live Entertainment at Woodland Country Lodge
Mold Mold Go Away
Gift Shop Open for Business
Healing Spot Offers Workshop
Trash Land...Dinosaur Resource Center
Friends of Mueller State Park
Kelley & Chulick Can Help
Adult Education Information
Dr. Creflo to Speak at Charis
Grapevine Deadline
Thank You to Our 2017
Leadership Council
Investors
Newmont


PPRH


PBS Trust

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Black Hills 
Charis Logo
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State Farm
Lunch and Learn
"Stronger Employees - A Boost for Your Company"

L_L Presented by Dr. Tom Krannawitter,
Speakeasy Ideas
Thursday, April 6, 2017
11:30 am - 1:00 pm 
$15.00 Member 
$25.00 Non Member 
Click Here to RSVP by March 1st  
Cruise Above the Clouds

Great things are happening with the Cruise Above the Clouds. We are always looking for new members to join our group. You don't have to own a classic vehicle to participate. With no membership fees and a recognized group who is all about "community" we would love to have you. Our next meeting is April 5 from 6:00 pm till 7:30 pm at the Rampart Library in Woodland Park. Check out our new web site for additional information - www.cruiseabovetheclouds.com.
Easter at M Lazy C
Pennica
Join the Fun at Mueller State Park

WINTER/SPRING TRAIL CONDITIONS
Trail conditions in spring can be dry or have 2 feet of snow! Check for current conditions on our website
or call the Visitor Center 719.687.2366.

Saturday, April 1
Rocks of the Mueller Region * 9:30 am-2:30 pm
At the Visitor Center * Explore the interesting variety of rocks from around the Mueller Region with Volunteer Naturalist Bob at an all day Touch Table! Bob will share his collection of intrusive igneous, volcanic, and sedimentary and metamorphic rocks he's collected from our area. Bob makes geology fascinating - and understandable!
 
Sunday, April 2
Homestead Trail Hike * 1:00 pm
Meet at Homestead Trailhead *The Homestead Trail goes by an old log cabin where the Osborn family homesteaded about 100 years ago. Imagine what it was like to live in the mountains at that time, trying to survive off the land! Join Volunteer Naturalist Rose.
 
Wednesday, April 5
Fitness Hike * 9:15 am
Meet at Preacher's Hollow Trailhead * Get ready for a workout with Volunteer Naturalist Chris. Hike a moderate to strenuous 6-7 miles over the hills on trails 3, 23, 21. Be prepared for the weather and bring a snack and water!
 
Friday, April 7
Artists' Photo and Scouting Hike * 9:30 am
Meet at Outlook Ridge Trailhead  * This is a hike for artists to scout locations within Mueller to find the perfect "painting spot" for the upcoming Mueller State Park Art Show in July 2017. Volunteer Naturalist Cindi will take you on trails to overlooks with beautiful views. There is always the potential of spotting wildlife such as deer, fox, woodpeckers and much more! 2 miles.
 
Saturday, April 8
Rock Canyon Hike * 9:00 am
Meet at the Visitor Center * One of our favorite trails, hike down to Rock Pond and back up through Rock Canyon with Volunteer Naturalist Penny. Wind your way down into a lush valley to see bear claw marks on aspen trees and a small, but pretty waterfall. Be prepared for a 5 mile round trip and elevation change of 700 feet. Bring water, a snack, and appropriate footwear for current conditions.
 
Tuesday, April 11
Full Moon Hike * 8:00 pm
Meet at Outlook Ridge Trailhead  * A special treat at Mueller is watching a full moon rise above Pike's Peak! See this beautiful sight with Volunteer Naturalist Russ. Learn some trivia about our only natural satellite. Be ready for an easy-paced, 2 mile hike, returning in the dark. Bring a warm jacket for the night temperatures!
Professional Building
Potz
Cyndia Designs
Mountain Top Cycling Club Meeting

Join Mountain Top Cycling Club April 4th at Fiesta Mexicana Restaurant to socialize with other cyclists in the area from 6:30 p.m., 7 p.m. our guest speaker will be Justine Calderwood. "Finding Fascial Freedom" Justine Calderwood, MSPT, Physical Therapist at The Healing Spot Physical Therapy, LCC will talk about how to free up your fascia. Fascia is the body's widespread soft connective tissue that, when restricted, can cause imbalances in the body, leading to tightness, pain, or injuries...which can mean missed time on your bike. Learn some tips to free up your fascial restrictions, so you feel better and move easier! For more information call Debbie 719.689.3435.
Keg & Cork
Microbrew & Wine Tasting - 6-9 p.m. April 7
hosted by Banana Belt Liquors
Keg _ Cork
Tickets available at Banana Belt Liquors
$20 advance, $18 advance military
Event benefits the Antler Arch Project 
Feel Great Again
Enjoy Live Entertainment this Week with Local Entertainers Country Lodge
 
Friday, March 31 - Cary Carpenter, 6-9 p.m.
Saturday, April 1 - Karaoke, 7-11 p.m.
Wednesday, April 5 - Oakley, 6-9 p.m.
Thursday, April 6 - Cari Dell, 6-9 p.m.
 
Did you know we have Happy Hour everyday, from 3-5 pm! Get $1.00 off beer, wine and well drinks!
 
Visit our website, www.woodlandcountrylodge.com, to see our weekly local entertainment schedule.
 
When you're at the Country Lodge Pub, enjoy a delicious dinner while listening to our amazingly talented local entertainers! Dinner is served in the Pub from 4pm to 8pm on weekdays, and 4pm to 9pm on weekends.
 
Specials are served daily, including smoked salmon and smoked ribs every Friday and Saturday night, right here at the Woodland Country Lodge, located at 723 US Hwy 24 W, Woodland Park, Colorado 80863.
 
For more info please call 719.687.6277. We hope to see you there!
Mold
UP Historical Society Gift Shop Open for Business

Hisotrical Society The Ute Pass Historical Society Gift Shop now accepts credit c ards.  Gift Shop hours are 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday, yea r round. We have a great selection of books, local art and jewelry. We are located at 231 E. Henrietta Avenue in Woodland Park, next to the public library. You can contact us at 719.686.7512 with any questions, or to schedule a tour of History Park.
Workshop Series
Trash Land

Sienna
Dinosaur Resource Center
Saturday, April 1, 2017
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
 

Performance by Denise Gard and her dogs Sienna and Joey. Sienna and Joey's favorite toy has been thrown away and they are certain that a monster dwells inside the trash can where it is. Will they be able to rescue it or will it end up in scary "trash land"? Can it be recycled? So many questions! Come join us and see how Denise trains her dogs in this interactive and engaging program, and create your own "recycled" masterpiece to take home with you. Included with museum admission. Call for pricing.
 
Mueller
Kelley _ Chulick
GED
Dr. Creflo
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