Grapevine
04/26/2019
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In This Issue
Earth Day Celebration at Wolf and Wildlife Center
Memory Writing Program at Brookdale Skyline
City Wide Clean Up
Charter Supporters Save with Woodland Park Living
Update Printing
Local Church Hosts Community Dinner
Vectra Has Line of Credit Loans
Enrollment Available for Free Early Head Start Childcare
Woodland Professional Building
Fun Activities at M Lazy C
Cripple Creek Job Fair
Free Bicycle Friendly Driver Course
SIPerior Desings
Space Available at Andersen Building
Pack N Ship
What's Happening at the Dinosaur Resource Center
Environmental Film Festival
Missed Geo-Fencing
Shining Mountain, Bella Vista Opening Soon
Master Gardener Plant Sale
Customer Appreciation Party at Woodland Country Lodge
Teen Driver Classes
Trust PC Touch Up With You Computer, Network Needs
Community Partnership Reminds You to Stay Strong in the Face of Stress
Live Entertainment at Woodland Country Lodge
Fun Activities at Florissant Fossil Beds
Spring Art Show at Mueller State Park
Library Hosting Hiking Presentation
Be a SMART Driver
US 24 PROJECTS
SOAR at Happy Hour
Grapevine Deadline
Thank You to Our 2019
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Investors
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Earth Day Celebration at Wolf and Wildlife Center
Earth Day
Memory Writing Program at Brookdale Skyline
Brookdale Skyline
City Wide Clean Up
City Clean Up
Charter Supporters Save with Woodland Park Living
Woodland Park Living
Update Printing
Update Printing
Mountain View United Methodist Church
Hosts Community Dinner
 
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 May 1 and 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.
Vectra Has Line of Credit Loans
Q: "What do you call a blind dinosaur?"
Vectra Bank
  A: "Do-you-think-he-saurs"
Enrollment Available for Free Early Head Start Childcare
Free Child Care Early Head Start of Teller County is now enrolling children 0-3 years at multiple locations in Woodland Park and Florissant. Our childcare facilities are fully licensed homes and centers, with great staff and accommodations. Early Head Start offers FREE childcare to low-income families, foster children, and homeless/displaced families. If you are in need of childcare and would like to know if you qualify, or if you know someone who might qualify, please contact us!
Woodland Professional Building
Woodland Professional Building
Fun Activities at M Lazy C
M Lazy C
Cripple Creek Job Fair Thursday, May 2
Job Fair
People in Woodland Park are welcome to attend. There will be more than 25 employers there.
Free Bicycle Friendly Driver Course
Mountain Top Cycling
SIPerior Desings
Siperior Homes
Space Available at Andersen Building
Andersen Building
Pack N Ship
Andersen Pack N Ship
What's Happening at the Dinosaur Resource Center
 
Natures Educators Nature's Educators
Saturday, April 27
11:00 am - 3:00 pm
 
The DRC is proud to present Nature's Educators and their live birds of prey show at 1:00 pm with a before and after question and answer period and a meet and greet period. Learn what raptors and dinosaurs have in common and learn the personal stories of these marvelous birds.
Environmental Film Festival
Film Festival
Missed Geo-Fencing?
It's Not Too Late to Learn
Geofencing
Shining Mountain, Bella Vista Opening Soon
Golf Course
Master Gardener Plant Sale
Plant Sale
Customer Appreciation Party at Woodland Country Lodge
Country Lodge
Teen Driver Classes
Tenn Driver Classes
Trust PC Touch Up With You Computer, Network Needs
PC Touch Up
Community Partnership Reminds You to Stay Strong in the Face of Stress
Community Partnership
Live Entertainment at Woodland Country Lodge
Country Lodge
Fun Activities at Florissant Fossil Beds  

fossil beds Friday, May 3, Night Sky Program
, 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Join park staff and members of the Colorado Springs Astronomical Society to gaze at the dark skies above Florissant Fossil Beds in search of planets, galaxies, nebulas, and more. Meet at the visitor center.  
 
Saturday, May 18, Kids to Park Day - Be a Scientist, 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Celebrate Kids to Park Day (former kids welcome too). The Monument is celebrating with a fun science day.  Join us for a variety of hands-on science activities such as birding, searching for fossils in our demonstration fossil pits, making fossils, visiting the Learning Lab, hiking with your family, or earning one of three different kinds of Junior Ranger Badges.  
 
Memorial Day Weekend, May 25 - 27, 10:00 am - 4:00 pm Throughout the day, a variety of ranger-guided activities will be offered including interpretive talks, ranger-guided talks, tours of the Hornbek Homestead, and the Fossil Learning lab.  Please call 719.748.3253 ext. 202 for times.  
Spring Art Show at Mueller State Park
Art Show
Library Hosting Hiking Presentation
Hiking Presentation
Be a SMART Driver
AARP Driver Program
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 29 happens along US 24 from Cliff Road to Cave of the Winds.
  • Monday, April 29 through Thursday, May 2, overnight, 7:00 p.m. - 5:00 a.m. (mile marker 297.00 - 300.00) 
  • Work consists of rock trenching, erosion control
  • Westbound traffic can expect right shoulder closures and, right lane closures as needed
SOAR at Happy Hour
Soar
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