April 20, 2014
Bring your basket and join the fun! Easter Egg Hunt begins at 1pm! Adults $52/each; age 5-12 $26/each; kids under 5 eat free. Reservations Required @ www.stanleyhotel.com or call 970-577-4001
April 19, 2014
Everyone is invited to celebrate and learn how to become better stewards of our beautiful earth and our very own national treasure – Rocky Mountain National Park.
Earth Day Events:
10am – 1pm Biodiversity Olympics (family-friendly activities to get moving)
10:30am – 11:30am Volunteer Trash Pick-up. (Dress for weather, equipment provided)
10:30am – Bear Necessities Program
11:30am – Storytime with a Ranger
2pm – Skins and Skulls Program
1pm and 3pm – Nature Walks
1pm – 4pm - Self-directed Park Greenhouse Tours
All day: Pick up a special Earth Day Scavenger Hunt activity sheet.
RMNP Fee Free on April 19 and 20 to celebrate the kick-off of National Park Week. For more information please visit www.nps.gov/romo or call the Park’s information office at 970-586-1206
Free Easter Egg Hunt from 9-9:30am with special prizes; Free Kids Corner with arts & crafts and face painting; Easter Bingo; Easter Carols with Nancy Bell; Free pictures with the Easter Bunny. Breakfast sponsored by the Lion’s Club features all you can eat pancakes and sausage, coffee or OJ. Adults 13+ $6; Children 4-12 $6; under age 3, breakfast is free. Special family breakfast for 4 or more $20.
Celebrating National Park Week, applies only to RMNP Entrance fee. Fees for activities such as camping, reservations, tours, or concessions are not affected by the entrance fee waiver on Fee Free Days.
April 17, 2014
Celebrate Estes Park dining in a culinary spectacular, as local restaurants showcase their most delicious and favorite menu items to the Estes Park Conference Center to delight your palette. Pre-event tickets are $18 and can be purchased at Estes Visitor’s Center, Macdonald Book Shop, Poppy’s Pizza and Grille, Estes Park News, and MedX of Estes: Day-of/at the door, $20.
April 14, 2014
Madoff and the Scamming of America” Madoff through the eyes of victims – firsthand accounts and examination of Ponzi schemes throughout history.
Admission is free. Complimentary refreshments and snacks made possible th the Friends of the Estes Valley Library. For more info call 970-586-8116 or visit www.estesvalleylibrary.org
K-5 Program with nature and enviornmental educators at Rocky Mountain Nature Association Field Seminar Building (right across the street from Boulder Brook!) Featuring hiking, crafting, movies, games, and nature and wildlife education, activities, and experiences. Each day is limited to 20 children. Early registration is recommended. Call 970-586-3262 to register or visit www.rmna.org to learn more.
April 13, 2014
Peggy Lyon and Gregory Dufford – Piano and Clarinet
Beginning at 2:00 p.m. Tickets are $10.00 each; no charge for children and students. Blocks of (10) tickets can be purchased for $80.00 in advance at Estes Park Music Festival office located at Hobert Office Services (1140 Manford Ave, Suite A, Estes Park) or at the door on the day of the concert. Music Festival attendees receive a 20% discount for brunch or dinner on the day of the concert, courtesy of the Stanley Hotel Cascade Restaurant.
April 13, 2014 – April 16, 2014
Explore culinary delights! Each participating restaurant will offer a 3-course meal for a special price, with upgrades available at some locations, and a lower price point option for those with smaller appetites. Not just for dinner, some locations are offering breakfast and lunch specials as well! Participants, Menus and Details at www.DineEstesPark.comand at www.facebook.com/DineEstesPark