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04/12/2019
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April Business After Hours
GEO-FENCING SEMINAR
Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
Woodland Park Directory Magnets
Live Performance of "David"
Earth Day with the Wolves
John Tesh Performing Live Free Concert
Creflo Speaking at Charis
Community Dinner Open To All
Pikes Peak Workforce Center's Job Fair
Program Offered at Brookdale Skyline
Update Printing Has it Covered
Spring Farmers Market
Introducing New Magazine Woodland Park Living
Woodland Professional Building
Horseback Riding at M Lazy C
Vote for Woodland Country Lodge
Friday Night Creative Chill's Printmaking Class
Volunteer to Help Keep Woodland Park Beautiful
Vectra Bank Has Business Services
Phone Scam Alert
Nonprofit Expo This Weekend
Free Trees Ready for Black Hills Energy
Civilian Conservation Corps
Live Entertainment at Woodland Country Lodge
New Location for Healing Spot PT
Smart Driver Class for May
Hiking Preparation for Coming Summer Months
Help Community Partnership Prevent Child Abuse, Neglect
It's Not Too Late for Tax Prep with Kozleski
Discount with SOAR
Neverland Cleaning's New Website
Art Show at Mueller State Park
Prep for Summer with Tip Top Tree Cultivation
Try M Lzy C for Easter Dinner
US 24 PROJECTS
Grapevine Deadline
Thank You to Our 2019
Leadership Council
Investors
Newmont




PBS Trust

Schommer Logo

Black Hills 
Charis Logo
IREA Logo
TDS Logo
April Business After Hours
April 16, 2019
5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
April BAH
  Hosted By
Woodland Professional Building
400 W Highway 24
Woodland Park, CO

Click Here to Register 
5:30 - 7:00 p.m. 

GEO-FENCING SEMINAR!
Set up your geo-fence strategy
 
GeoFencing 
 
  Tuesday, April 23, 2019
8:30 am - 10:30 am
Ute Pass Cultural Center
210 E. Midland Avenue
Woodland Park
  Cost is $20 
Click HERE to Register 
Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
 
Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for SOAR with Network Fundraising hosted by the Greater Woodland Park Chamber of Commerce  
 
Date            Thursday, April 18, 2019
Time           4:00 p.m.
Location      210 Midland Ave., Woodland Park

Join us at a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony celebrating a new Chamber member, SOAR with Network Fundraising, and organization that helps educate non-profits in fundraising strategies.  
2019 / 2020 Woodland Park Directory Magnets
 
Note that the Chamber, nor any other group from our region, is supporting this project and that the monies go outside of the area. The phone number is 877.377.9454 and they say they are with WIKIGROUP.
Live Performance of "David" at Charis in Woodland Park
Charis King David 2019
Earth Day with the Wolves
Earth Day
John Tesh Performing Live Free Concert at Charis
John Tesh at Charis
Creflo Speaking at Charis
Creflo at Charis
Community Dinner Open To All 
 
Dinner Mountain View United Methodist Church hosts a Community Dinner the first and third Wednesday of each month through May serving continuously between 5:30 pm and 7:00 pm.  
 
Remaining dates are April 17May 1 and May 15.  All are welcome for full meal and fellowship (no program, agenda or sermon) at 1101 Rampart Range Road.  Freewill offering. Call 719.687.2968 with questions.
Want a Better job? 
 
Come to the Pikes Peak Workforce Center's Job Fair in Woodland Park on April 12!

PPWF Job Fair
Program Offered at Brookdale Skyline
Lana Rockwell_Passing on a Written Legacy

Update Printing Has it Covered
Update Printing
Spring Farmers Market Starting
Farmers Market

Introducing New Magazine Woodland Park Living
Woodland Park Living
Woodland Professional Building
Woodland Professional Building
Horseback Riding at M Lazy C
Horseback riding
Vote for Woodland Country Lodge
Best of Teller
Friday Night Creative Chill's Printmaking Class
 
Check out what Woodland Park made last week at Friday Night Creative Chill's printmaking class. Don't forget to sign up for May's art and wine event: Painted Flower Pots! Sign up through Woodland Park Parks and Rec online or by phone at 719.687.5225.
Friday Night Chill Class
Volunteer to Help Keep Woodland Park Beautiful
Keep Woodland Park Beautiful
Vectra Bank Has Business Services

Q: "Why don't you ever see elephants hiding in trees?"
Vectra Bank
A: "Because they are so good at it"
Phone Scam Alert 
 
The Woodland Park Police Department has been investigating multiple calls of online users copying legitimate rental information and create fraudulent listings for lower prices and scamming citizens of their personally identifiable information and may be later using that information for financial and identification fraud. Please be very cautious about giving any information out over the internet. If you have any questions or concerns about a possible fraudulent transaction please call 719.687.9262 to file a police report.  
Nonprofit Expo This Weekend
Nonprofit Expo
Free Trees Ready for Black Hills Energy Customers to Claim
 
Black Hills Energy is distributing approximately 1000 free trees, one per household, to customers who reserve one beginning on Monday, April 15. 
 
A free tree can be reserved on a first come, first served basis online HERE. The 3- to 4-foot-tall dormant trees will be delivered directly to customers for spring planting from May through early June.
 
Black Hills Energy customers can use the handy online tool  to quickly determine where to plant a tree to gain the most energy-saving benefits. Strategically planted trees block the hot summer sun and cold winter winds to help cut energy usage without sacrificing comfort.
 
Call Before You Dig to have underground utility lines marked. It's free, it's safe and it's the law. In Colorado, just make a free call by dialing 811 to reach Colorado 811. You also can schedule online.
Civilian Conservation Corps - A Living Legacy
Presented by the Ute Pass Historical Society
 
CCC Camp_ Manitou The Great Depression of the 1930s rocked our nation's foundation like nothing since the Civil War. The 1929 stock market crash was followed by a decade long drought and dust storms that devastated Colorado and neighboring states. In 1933, newly elected Franklin Roosevelt announced "Our greatest task is to put people to work." And so he did, implementing programs that included the Civilian Conservation Corps.
 
CCC - A Living Legacy explores the role of the Forest Service in the Corps, the camps, their activities and projects in the Pikes Peak Region, the impact of the program on the nation, and the local legacy that the CCC boys left behind.
 
CCC - A Living Legacy will be on display through April at the Woodland Park Public Library, top floor, during regular business hours.
Live Entertainment at Woodland Country Lodge
Country Lodge
Two Locations for the Two of You
 
Healing Spot PT has expanded and is now serving moms and babies in Colorado Springs as well as Woodland Park. Whether you are a new mom, old mom, or soon-to-be mom, you should receive care tailored to you. Click HERE to learn more.

Healing Spot
Smart Driver Class for May
AARP for May
Hiking Preparation for Coming Summer Months
Hiking Presentation
Help Community Partnership Prevent Child Abuse, Neglect
Community Partnership
It's Not Too Late for Kozleski
taxes
Week-Long Discount with SOAR
SOAR
Check Out Neverland Cleaning's New Website
Neverland Cleaning
Art Show at Mueller State Park
Spring Art Show
Prep for Summer with TipTop Tree Cultivation
Tip Top Tree Cultivation
Try M Lazy C for Easter Dinner M Lzy C Easter Dinner
US 24 PROJECTS
   

US 24 ITS Fiber Optic, Between Woodland Park and Colorado Springs (anticipated to be complete Fall, 2019)
The US 24 ITS project is a fiber optic installation project, taking place between the City of Woodland Park and Interstate-25/Cimarron Street in Colorado Springs (17 miles). The project is designed to maximize the operational efficiency and management of the existing roadway infrastructure through the use of Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) and devices. The fiber optics project is part of CDOT's Smart Mobility Plan, a 5-10 year plan for statewide technology deployment. 

Work will generally take place outside the pavement area or in the shoulder area. In that instance, work may take place Mondays through Fridays. When work is scheduled overnight in areas where work outside the travel lanes is not possible, the outside edge of the travel lane pavement may be impacted.
Overnight work for the week of April 15 happens along US 24 from Cliff Road to El Paso Boulevard.
  • Sunday, April 14 through Thursday, April 19, overnight, 7:00 p.m. - 5:00 a.m. (mile marker 298.00 - 299.00) 
  • Work consists of erosion control, potholing for utilities and directional boring
  • Eastbound traffic can expect right shoulder closures and, right lane closures as needed
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