Grapevine
04/19/2019
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GEO-FENCING SEMINAR
Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
Reserve Your Space for Oktoberrfest
Creflo to Speak at Charis
Free Tesh Concert at Charis
WP Wind Symphony Free Concert at Cultural Center
Best Teller County
Deadline to Apply for SBA Disaster Loans Approaching
Get Started with Chaney Pest Elimination
Find Your Mail Box at UPS Store
Show Your Support for Great Outdoors Adventures
Pikes Peak Environmental Film Festival and Expo
Annual Senior Citizen Brunch
Free Mulch at Divide Slash Site
Grand Opening of New Golden Meadows Dog Park
Friday Fun with Art and Wine
Have a Happy Easter
WPelvic Floor and Hip Stretches
Rentals Needed for Local Teachers
Vectra Bank Offers Certificates of Deposit
Teller County Assessor Listens
Vote for the Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center
Andersen Enterprises
Andersen Pack N Ship
Office Space Available at Andersen Building
Woodland Park Singers to Perform at Library
Live Entertainment at Woodland Country Lodge
See the Signs of Child Abuse or Neglect
Games and Activities at Kidfest
Relief with Pointz Acupuncture
Drink Specials This Week at Woodland Country Lodge
Mothers Day is Around the Corner
Woodland Park's Old Fashioned 4th of July Celebration
Fun at Sheriff's Open House
Build Your Plan with SOAR
US 24 PROJECTS
Woodland Professional Building Happy Easter
Grapevine Deadline
Thank You to Our 2019
Leadership Council
Investors
Newmont




PBS Trust

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Black Hills 
Charis Logo
IREA Logo
TDS Logo
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
 
Unified Title Company
Hosted by the Greater Woodland Park Chamber of Commerce 
Tuesday, April 23, 2019
4:00 p.m.
18401 E. Highway 24 Suite 114.
Woodland Park

Join us at a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony celebrating the renovations and improvements recently completed at Unified Title Company, LLC.
Oktoberfest Vendors Needed
 
Oktoberfest Vender The Greater Woodland Park Chamber of Commerce is seeking vendors for the 22nd Annual Rocky Mountain OktoberfestPLUS September 21-22, 2019.  Businesses interested in booth space may download an application HERE. Please email Scott Leas or call 419.687.9885 with questions.
Creflo to Speak at Charis
Creflo at Charis
Free Tesh Concert at Charis
Tesh at Charis
WP Wind Symphony Free Concert at Cultural Center
 
The Woodland Park Wind Symphony presents music from the popular Jurassic Park/World movies, as well as additional Jurassic-era themed music.  Featuring a life-size T-Rex from the Dinosaur Brokers and hands-on activity with the Florissant Fossil Beds, in addition to a dinosaur-theme costume contest, activities begin at 6 pm with refreshments and cash bar.  The thrilling musical themes performed by the Woodland Park Wind Symphony will be enhanced by video to provide an exciting evening of entertainment for the entire family.
2019 Jurassic WPWS Concert
Saturday, May 4, 2019
6pm - dinosaur theme activities, costume contest, refreshments, cash bar
7pm - concert with video enhancement
Ute Pass Cultural Center, 210 E Midland Ave.
Free - donations welcome to help support the Woodland Park Wind Symphony, a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization.
Best of Teller Voting
Best of Teller
  Continues through May 1
Vote EVERY day!
Click HERE to vote  
Deadline to Apply for SBA Disaster Loans Approaching
 
  Director Tanya N. Garfield of the U.S. Small Business Administration's Disaster Field Operations Center-West today reminded Colorado small nonfarm businesses of the deadline dates to apply for an SBA federal disaster loan for economic injury. These low-interest loans are to offset economic losses because of reduced revenues caused by drought in the following primary counties. Click HERE to see full press release. 
Get Started with Chaney Pest Elimination
Chaney Pest Elimination
Find Your Mail Box at UPS Store
UPS Store
Show Your Support for Great Outdoors Adventures by Voting  
 
GOA Our local newspaper Pikes Peak Courier holds an annual "Best of Teller County" voting process and publishes the outcomes in a special publication. Our goal is to manage GOA as a family of people who share a common love for the outdoors. Please vote for us under best "Adventure Company: Great Outdoors Adventures" and "Trail Maps: North Divide & South Rampart Trail Maps" under the "Arts, Entertainment and Recreation" category from the following link. It quick and easy to vote - let's keep the good times rolling!
Click HERE and vote by May 1
Best of Teller
you even have a chance of winning $300 by voting in 5 categories
Pikes Peak Environmental Film Festival and Expo
PIKES PEAK ENVIRONMENTAL FILM FESTIVAL  EXPO
Annual Senior Citizen Brunch
 
Woodland Park School District is holding its annual Senior Citizen Brunch on Tuesday, April 23 from 9:00 am - 10:30 am at the Woodland Park Middle School, 600 East Kelley's Road.
 
If you would like transportation to the brunch, please call 719.687.0256 to make a reservation.  
Free Mulch at Divide Slash Site
Mulch Day
Grand Opening of New Golden Meadows Dog Park
Dog Park
Friday Fun with Art and Wine
 
Join us for a fun evening of wine and art making on May 10. $30 includes all art materials and first glass of wine! Call Woodland Park Parks and Recreation at 719.687.5225 to register today.  
art and wine  
Have a Happy Easter
On behalf of the Healing Spot Physical Therapy, we wish you a Happy Easter.
Happy Easter
Pelvic Floor and Hip Stretches
Looking for safe and easy ways to stretch your pelvic floor and hips? Click here for a video to learn more.
How to Stretch Your Pelvic Floor
Rentals Needed for Local Teachers

Woodland Park School District is looking for rental space/properties available to pass along to our teachers currently looking for housing. If you know of any rental properties in Woodland Park, please call WPSD HR Director Del Garrick at 719.686.2028 or dgarrick@wpsdk12.org.
Vectra Bank Offers Certificates of Deposit
Q: "What do you get when you cross a rabbit with a frog?"
Vectra
A: "A bunny ribbit"
Teller County Assessor Listens
Teller County
Vote for the Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center  Colorado Wolf & Wildlife Center

Hey Teller County, we have five days left to be the #1 wildlife sanctuary in the United States! Please vote on the link below on as many devices you have and share. Let's be on the map as the best animal sanctuary not only in the US, but Teller County!
-- Thank you, Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center
 
Click HERE to vote now
Andersen Enterprises
Andersen Enterprises
Andersen Pack N Ship
Andersen Pack N Ship
Office Space Available at Andersen Building
Andersen Office
Woodland Park Singers to Perform at Library
Woodland Park Singers
Live Entertainment at Woodland Country Lodge
Woodland Country Lodge
See the Signs of Child Abuse  
or Neglect 
Communuty Partnership 
Games and Activities at Kidfest
Kidfest
Relief with Pointz Acupuncture
Pointz
Drink Specials This Week at Woodland Country Lodge
Woodland Country Lodge
Mothers Day is
Around the Corner
Neverland Cleaning
Woodland Park's Old Fashioned 4th of July Celebration Now
Accepting Vendor Applications
July 4
Fun at Sheriff's Open House
Sheriff Open House
Build Your Plan with SOAR
SOAR
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 22 happens along US 24 from Cliff Road to El Paso Boulevard.
  • Monday, April 22 through Friday, April 26, overnight, 7:00 p.m. - 5:00 a.m. (mile marker 298.00 - 297.00) 
  • Work consists of saw cutting, erosion control, potholing for utilities and directional boring
  • Westbound traffic can expect right shoulder closures and, right lane closures as needed
Woodland Professional Building
Says Happy Easter    


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