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Platte Canyon High School Homecoming Event-September 21st & 22nd, on Sept.21st, a Homecoming Parade. 6 PM, starting at :applause:
the Cutthroat Cafe. 7 PM a Bonfire Pep Rally at the old football field, Their will be games like spikeball, volleyball,
or capture the flag, so bring your headlamps, their be food, and bands, pep rally ends about 8.30 PM. On Sept. 22nd is
the Football game against Peyton , Be sure to wear Blue and come out and cheer the Huskies.Bailey, CO.

Bottles & Brushes-September 22nd, 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM, Continental Divide Winery, FAIRPLAY TASTING ROOM,Rocky Top Center, :smiley:
331 Highway 285,Fairplay, CO. Enjoy some exceptional CDW wine while letting out your inner artist. No artistic skills
and knowledge required. $35 per person. Space is limited so reserve your spot today.Reservations required. 719-838-2349

Conifer Library-September 22nd, 10441 County Hwy 73, Conifer, CO. Amazing Wildlife of Colorado, 11:00 am - Colorado is :)
a place that has its own pride and identity. From the high forests of the Rocky Mountains to the open expanses of the
Great Plains, Colorado is a beautiful home that we share with amazing wildlife. Learn what makes Colorado habitats great
places for feathered, scaly, and slimy neighbors, and meet animal ambassadors that are true Colorado natives.
(303) 235-5275

Flex Your Muscle Car Show-September 22nd, 10:00 am - 02:00 pm, 30403 Kings Valley Drive, Conifer, CO. All vehicles welcome. :drive:
Trophies, prizes, People's Choice, Loudest Car Contest, Music, Food, Vendors, Farmer's Market. FREE Dash Plaque to the first
25 Entries. $10 to pre-register $15. Day of Event

The Rotary Club of Evergreen Recycle Roundup Day has renamed this annual event after it’s founder, Mereth Meade! It’s now :)
called the 10th Annual Mereth Meade Recycle Day. On Saturday September 22rd from 9.00 a.m. through 2.00 p.m. Evergreen and
surrounding communities are invited to bring their hard to re-cycle items to Evergreen Country Day School, behind Home Depot
in Evergreen. The Evergreen Rotary and Goodwill Industries of Denver will partner again this year accepting electronics with
small fees for old tv’s and/or computer monitors. Paper shredding will be available for only five dollars for each box or bag
of paper. Please note that paper must be free of staples and paper clips. Mattresses/Box Springs are fifteen dollars for each
piece. Most items are free like paint, metals, walkers, wheel chairs and canes, clothes, shoes, skiis/boots, bicycles,
washers/dryers, #2 plastics, styrofoam, polystyrene and bubble wrap. We will take any appliance or electronic with a plug,other
than refrigerators. Unfortunately, we will be unable to take hazardous materials, light bulbs or batteries. For more information,
contact Tim Eagan at or 303-656-3953

PCSAR Burritos Fundraiser and Open House-September 22, 9 am-1 pm, 59961 US Highway 285, Bailey, CO. :)
It's an Open House with delicious burritos for sale. Come and show us some support and love.

Burland Firewise Saws & Slaws Event-September 22nd & 23rd, Hey Burland Ranchettes and Adjacent Communities. :applause:
Burland Firewise NEEDS YOUR HELP Saturday and Sunday. We will complete our Fourth SAWS and SLAWS event for
longtime resident, Glenda Marshall, 133 Beaver Trail (Also known as Christmas Tree Lane). Our goal is to CREATE
DEFENSIBLE SPACE which will LESSEN THE ADVERSE IMPACTS when a WILDFIRE occurs. We need your help to fell trees,
drag and stack slash along the roadside for chipping and firewood.If enough people show up the mitigation project
we will be completed in two days. LUNCH, SNACKS and DRINKS will be provided. If you can’t physically help drag
slash, consider helping at the sign-in/out booth, contribute food or drinks. Come VOLUNTEER an hour or two or
spend the day with us. Get to know your neighbors. Every hour counts!THIS IS NEIGHBORS HELPING NEIGHBORS TO BUILD
A STRONGER COMMUNITY.Saturday 9/22, Chainsaws begin at 9:00 am. Laborers dragging slash begin at 12:00 pm Sunday
9/23 Chainsaws and Laborers begin at 9:00 am. For more information or to VOLUNTEER contact Burland Firewise at or call David Sitko at 702/353-9639 or Jack Roberts 303/838-4225.

Staunton State Park-September 22nd & 23rd, First note: visitors programs and hikes are free with park pass. All :exactly:
activities begin at Ranch Hand Group Picnic area unless otherwise noted. On Sept.22nd Wildlife Photography Hike
at 10 am. Learn how to take breath taking photographs. Bring your own camera for a short instructional class and
then hike. Sept. 22nd & 23rd, Interpreter's Table 10 am-2 pm, Mushrooms. Learn about all the fungus among us.

Superior Donuts opens at StageDoor Theatre- Performed by the Adult Company, this comedy-drama takes place in a run-down :)
Chicago shop in the heart of one of Chicago's most diverse communities. Arthur Przbyszewski runs the shop that has been
in his family for sixty years. One day, the outside world comes crashing through the shop's front door in the character
of Franco Wicks, who applies for a part-time job. His arrival shakes things up immediately. Franco has both literary
aspirations and an unpaid gambling debt. Superior Donuts explores the challenges of embracing the past and the redemptive
power of friendship.The show runs from September 7-23, 2018. Curtain on Fridays and Saturdays is 7:30 PM. Matinees on
September 15 and 23 start at 2:00 PM. The cost for tickets is $17 - $20, with a 20% discount for groups of 10 or more.
Tickets are available at The theatre is located at 25797 Conifer Road, in Conifer,CO.
Rated PG-13 for language and stage combat.

Commissioner Candidate Forum- September 26th, new Park County Government Building, 856 Castello Ave,Fairplay, CO. :)
This Gives members of the community to meet District 3 Commissioner. Starts at 5.15 pm appetizers, Forum will start
at 6 pm-7.30 pm. Residents will have additional time to talk with the candidates from 7.30-8pm. Questions will be
centered around the Park county Strategic Master Plan Outline, available on the Park County website. You can also
submit their questions at

Book Fair at Bailey Library-September 28th & 29th, on 28th from 10 am-5 pm, on the 29th from 10 am-4 pm, at :attention:
350 Bulldogger Rd, Bailey,CO. There are many books & DVDs to choose from, come and see what might appeal to
you. Profits of the sale are given to the Bailey Friends Board, which in turn benefits the Bailey Library
for additional materials and programs.

Jill Kolongowski, Life Lessons Harry Potter Taught Me- September 29th, 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM, Page Turner Bookstore, 25797 :hotnews:
Conifer Rd #B104, Conifer, CO. Calling all Potterheads! Come spend the evening with us at Page Turner, sipping butterbeer
or pumpkin juice OR BOTH while listening to Jill Kolongowski read her book of essays, “Life Lessons Harry Potter Taught Me.”
Have the chance to get your book signed!

South Park Celebration Brunch In Jefferson School-September 29th, join us in the Celebration, with help from the State :multi:
Historical Fund, Park County Historical Preservation & the Anschutz Foundation grant monies, we were able to restore
and stabilize the Jefferson Schoolhouse vestibule. So come out and have brunch ($8 all you can eat) from 10 am-noon.
or just join us for a hamburger at noon and the ribbon cutting at 1.30 pm. The money raised from the food sales help
us maintain these historical buildings. For more details call Deb 303-838-7491 in Jefferson,CO.

Taste of Italy-September 29th, 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm, Glen Isle Resort, 573 Stagecoach, Bailey, CO. Join us in a fun community :exactly:
event to support the Mountain Peace Shelter. Italian Food (Spaghetti, Salad and Bread), Cash Bar with Wine & Beer, Entertainment,
Silent Auction and Live Dessert Auction to benefit the Mountain Peace Shelter.Event will be held at the historic Glen Isle Resort
in Bailey, CO on September 29th from 5-8:00 pm. $25 online registration ends September 28th at 4:00. Tickets can be purchased at or at Platte Canyon Community Partnership Resale Boutique located at 60615 Hwy 285,
Bailey, CO

October 2018 Image

Intimate Partner Violence Support Group-October 2nd, 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM, Location: 30403 Kings Valley Drive, #2-110, Conifer,CO. :hugs:
Free and open to survivors in the community. Restorative focused group with a wellness theme.Childcare and Healthy Snacks Provided.

Murder For Two opens at StageDoor Theatre-October 5th – 21st, at StageDoor Theatre in the Aspen Park Village 25797 Conifer :duel:
Road, Conifer, CO. In this hilarious 90 minute show, 2 performers play 13 roles – not to mention the piano – in a witty and
winking homage to the old-fashioned murder mysteries. It's the perfect blend of music, mayhem and murder. You don't want to
miss this killer musical comedy! The curtain goes up on Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 pm. Matinees are October 6th,13th and
20th at 2:00 pm. Cost for tickets is $22 - $25, with a 20% discount for groups of 10 or more. Tickets are available at The show is rated PG-13 for language and stage combat.

Pickin', Chicken & Cancer Kickin'(Hosted by Aspen Peak Cellars)-October 5th, 6 PM – 9 PM, Aspen Peak Cellars :angelwings:
60750 US-285, Bailey, CO. Please join us for this awesome event to help support Kitara and Liz, two of our special
winery family members who are currently battling cancer. All net proceeds will be donated. Special thanks to our
band sponsor Richie Frangiosa from ADV Mortgage!to learn more: ... =xue9uddab

Alma Buckskin Cemetary Moonwalk-October 6th, Alma Cemetary, Alma,CO. Enjoy a guided tour under the moon, listening to :shocked:
stories from characters of historic mining days. Afterwards join the community for hot chocolate and cider. Those with
children start at 6.30 PM, regular tours is 7.30 PM-9.30 PM. Directions: from Alma drive west on Bucksskin gulch (cr8)
and follow signs. Donations accepted & appreciated. Sponsored by MRHI.

VFW Post 8661 Breakfast in Shawnee-October 7th, 7:30 am - 11:30 am, Shawnee Community Center, 57 CR 64 Shawnee, CO. :picking on me:
Please join us at the Shawnee Community Center on HWY 285 South appoximately 4 miles from Bailey. all you can eat
breakfast. Adults: $9.00 each; Children 7-12: $5.00; Children Under 7: FREE. Public Welcome - See you there!
(719) 836-4289

October Business Mixer(Hosted by South Park Chamber of Commerce)-October 10th, 5 PM – 7 PM, South Park City, 100 4th St, :tomato:
Fairplay, CO. Come and network with other business owners. $5 members or member employees, $10 nonmembers

Glow in the Dark Party-October 12th, 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm, Evergreen Library, 5000 Co Rd 73, Evergreen, :banana:
CO.Light up the night with music, crafts, and games. Dress to glow in neon, white, or glow in the dark.
Age group: Teens and Tweens (303) 235-5275

Bailey Kids Carnival-October 13th, 10 AM – 12 PM, Deer Creek Elementary School, 1737 Cr 43, Bailey, CO. :multi:
FREE Early Childhood Hands-On Festival for 6 months through 6 years of age! Touch-A-Truck area, discovery
zone, bounce house,crafts,games,book pick,infant/toddler play area,snacks and so much more!(303) 838-7666

Ghost Towns of Jefferson County-October 14, 1:00 PM - 2:30, Held at the Little White Schoolhouse Museum, 26951 Barkley Road, :applause:
Conifer, CO. The Conifer Historical Society is excited to welcome back John Steinle for a program on the Ghost Towns of Jefferson
County! Throughout history these little towns were founded for many reasons. Today, all that remains are traces of the past (or
sometimes nothing at all!). Tickets are $8/$10 (Mem/Non)

Life Bridge Food Pantry, Food Drive-October 20, 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM, at King Soopers, Conifer. Please help us fill our :)
shelves and feed our community! All donations will remain right in the 285 corridor and help those in our community
who need our support the most! Non-perishable food items, grocery gift cards and cash are all greatly appreciated

Dinner and Bingo in Historic Como(Hosted by Como Civic Association)-October 20th, Dinner starts at 6 pm. $5 Adults, $3 kids. :multi:
Bingo $10 for 10 games including the famous $100 blackout round, Bingo starts at 7 pm. The Como Civic Association welcomes
volunteers to assist in serving dinner, bingo setup/cleanup, etc. For more info contact Sandra Doran, CCA Bingo chairperson

Emergency Planning Workshop(Hosted by Beaver Ponds Environmental Education Center)-October 20th, 10 AM – 2 PM, Beaver Ponds :hugs:
Environmental Education Center, 2234 Busch Run Rd, Fairplay, CO. FREE EMERGENCY PLANNING WORKSHOP! Emergencies happen, don’t
be caught unprepared! Know what to have on hand, construct a plan and learn the next steps to take in case of a natural disaster
in your area.(719) 838-0143

VFW Post 12009 Breakfast-October 21, 7:30 AM - 11:30 AM, Beaver Ranch, Conifer Community Park, 11369 S Foxton Rd. :dancing chicken:
Conifer, CO. Support our local veterans and enjoy one of the best homemade breakfasts around! Adults - $8 / Children
under 12 - $4, All you can eat. Terry Lyons 303.838.8773

Free Exhibit, History of Bradford Junction & the Yellow Barn-Now till - October 28th, Sundays 11 am-3 pm, :wiggle:
at the Little White Schoolhouse Museum. 26951 Barkley Road, Conifer, CO. Presented by the Conifer Historical
Society. 2018 celebrates the 100th anniversary of the Yellow Barn at Bradford Junction. If you've ever wondered
about this amazing structure, now is your chance to learn more! In addition to the history of the Yellow Barn,
this exhibit includes all available documented activity and residents at Bradford Junction pre-1859 to present.
To schedule an appointment outside of regular exhibit hours, please call (303) 396-5975 or email

Halloween Spooktacular-October 31st, hosted by the Boys & Girls Club of the High Rockies, :wiggle:
Fairplay, CO. 719-836-9019.



All LIBRARIES WILL BE CLOSED ON: Labor Day September 3rd

[b]Library Events-August 2018
Note Special Events for Libraries will be Posted by dates above

Conifer Library- (10441 Highway 73)(303) 235-5275 Family Time Sept. 1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd,
29th, 10.45 AM, Art House Sept. 11th, 25th, 6 PM, Meditation Group Sept. 5th, 19th, 6.30 PM,
LEGO & Play and Build Sept. 9th, 1 PM, Discovery Play Sept.15th, 11.30 AM, Giant Games Sept.
23rd, 1 pm, Book Group Sept.25th, 6.30 PM

Bailey Library- (350 Bulldogger Rd)(303)838-5539 Story Time Sep. 10th, 17th,24th, 11 AM,
BPL Computer Class Sept. 17th, 1 PM- 2 PM, Book Club Sept.5th, 9 AM-11 AM, Steam Learning
Sept.15th, 11 AM-12.30 PM, Movie Matinee Sept.15th, 1 PM-4 PM.

Fairplay Library- (400 Front Street) 719-836-4297 .

Guffey Library-(1625B Park County Rd. 102) 719-689-9280
Lake George Library-(37900 Hwy 24) 719-748-3812


Recurring Event

every Thursday evening-Jam Session/Open Mike tonight, 30790 Stagecoach Blvd Unit 101, Evergreen, CO
Play and/or sing solo, or sit in with the rest of the jammers

Second Saturday of the odd months-10:30 AM “Ham Cram” licensing study session,12:30 PM License testing session,
2:00 PM – PCRC regular club meeting.
Second Saturday of the even months-10:30 AM PCRC club training/activity,All session are held at the Bailey (Crow Hill)
library at 350 Bulldogger Rd. Bailey, CO 80421. More information is available at

Every Third Thursday-After Hour Mixer,Enjoy an evening of networking, drinks, appetizers. ... 2017-19758

Every Third Saturday -Como Bingo- Dinner at 6PM and Bingo Starts 7PM, Como Civic Center, For Information 303-807-4273

First Sunday of the month - :wavingflag: :eat: [b]Legendary VFW Breakfast in Shawnee
, Community Center in Shawnee, 7:00 AM to 11:30 AM

Every Third Sunday of the month - :USA: :chef: [b]Conifer VFW Country Breakfast, Beaver Ranch, Conifer Community Park from 7:30 AM to 11:30 AM[/b]

Every Friday/Saturday(“LifeBridge Food Pantry)-We have moved to a new location. We are at the Bailey Business Center,
288 Main Street, Bailey. Our hours are the same: Fridays 3 - 5 p.m. and Saturdays 9 a.m. - noon.303-909-7534
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Every 3rd Tuesday, IMHS Board of Directors meeting,5:30 pm.

Second Friday of the Month - [b]Silverset Lunch, at THE SHAWNEE COMMUNITY CENTER, noon[/b]

Second and Fourth Saturday -Crow Hill Bible Church Clothes Closet, 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Every 2nd and 4th Mondays of the month, [b]Toastmasters wants YOU! at the Senior Resource Center in Evergreen.[/b]

Every Tuesday and Friday Vaccine, Licensing and Microchip Clinic, Foothills Animal Shelter, 3 to 4 pm

Second Thursday of the month Support Group for Bereaved Spouses, Mount Evans Home Health Care & Hospice, 6:00 to 8:00 p.m.

Camp id-ra-ha-je Association-P.O.Box 360 Bailey,CO.80421
I Love You Guys Foundation-P.O.Box 1230 Bailey,CO. 80421
Park County Historical Society-P.O. Box 43 Bailey,CO.80421
Rocky Mountain Rural Health inc.-P.O.Box 1600 Fairplay,CO. 80440
Song of the Wolf Healing Center-1536 S. Ridge Rd.Bailey, CO 80421
American Legion-P.O. Box 1291 Bailey,CO. 80421
Boys and Girls Club of South Park Inc.-P.O. Box 2167 Fairplay,CO.
Coalition for the Upper South Platte-P.O. Box 726 Lake George, CO 80827
Intermountain Humane Society-PO Box 1250 Conifer, CO 80433
Evergreen Animal Protective League-PO Box 2517 Evergreen, CO 80437
Far View Horse Rescue & Rehabilitation-P.O. Box 1529, Fairplay, CO 80440:
Mountain Resource Center-Conifer,CO.
Rocky Mountain Wildlife Foundation-P.O.Box 215 Guffey,CO.80820
Mount Evans Home Health and Hospice-3081 Bergen Peak Drive,Evergreen, CO 80439
Second Wind Fund-in Colorado


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Please note that we only post events being held by or for the benefit of local agencies, organizations, non-profits and charities. Local businesses should post their events in the Local Business classified ad forum.

Local Restaurants: Many of you have rooms where local clubs and organizations meet. If you would like to have information pertaining to these meetings added to the Pinecam Calendar, please first add a topic in the Local Business forum and then send an email to with the URL of your topic.

Please note, however, we will not add entertainment engagements, dinner specials, or other advertisements for your restaurant. You may have this type of information in the schedule you post to inform Pinecammers but we will not add such advertising to our calendar. Our intent is to publicize the activities of local clubs and organizations.

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