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Monthly Education - August - HR as a Strategic Advantage
08/29/19
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Chamber Orientation - September
09/04/19
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Chamber Networking Breakfast - 9/5/19
09/05/19
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Business After Hours - September
09/17/19
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Chamber Networking Breakfast - 9/19/19
09/19/19
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Bines and Brews Beer Fest
09/21/19
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Monthly Education September - Marketing on a Shoestring Budget
09/25/19
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Chamber Networking Breakfast - 10/3/19
10/03/19
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Business After Hours - October
10/15/19
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Monthly Education - October - Tax Prep Essentials
10/16/19
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Business and Community Expo 2019
10/17/19
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Chamber Networking Breakfast - 10/17/19
10/17/19
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Monthly Education - November - Is My Business Sellable? Consideration for Creating an Optimal Exit Stratagy
11/06/19
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Chamber Orientation - December
12/04/19
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Monthly Education - December - Speed Networking
12/12/19
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Chamber Orientation - March 2020
03/04/20
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Events in the next 120 days...
DateEvent
10/17/19
Chamber Networking Breakfast - 10/17/19

Join Us for Breakfast!

Networking Breakfasts take place the first and third Thursday of every month in the Chamber of Commerce Community Room from 7:30-9:00 AM. Listen to 10-minute informative talks from two fellow members. Meet and mingle with other business people over a tasty breakfast provided by the speakers. Everyone gets 30 seconds to introduce themselves and tell what's up in their business.

Annual membership is $40 and Chamber membership is required.

You must register in advance to attend, walk-ins are not allowed. If you are bringing a guest, they too must register.

This week's speakers are:
TBD
TBD


Please be punctual. Please email laura@trilakeschamber.com if you can no longer attend. 

When you arrive please do not park in the Black Forest Foods or Ice Cave parking. Black Forest Foods is open for Breakfast and they are a member of our so please be respectful of their business.

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12/04/19
Chamber Orientation - December



Here is an opportunity for new members, old members and non-members to learn about the benefits of Chamber membership. Find out how to take full advantage of the member area of the Chamber’s website. Discover all the events that are open to members and the public. Maybe you’ll find you want to go the extra step and become more involved in the Chamber to increase your business exposure in the community. There is no charge for this event and lunch will be provided. Pre-registration is required.


 

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08/20/19
 -10/31/19
Play It Forward Equipment Drive

Please drop off any new or slightly used Youth Sports Equipment, bicycles, Games, Toys, Winter Clothing that you no longer need, or your kids have outgrown to any of our drop off locations: All PPYMCAs, Tri-Lakes Chamber, and many others located at: www.4kidzsports.org/events - click on locations for a location nearest you. All donations will go to "KIds in Need" and Veteran Families throughout the Colorado Springs area. Thank You, Sherm

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08/24/19
Monarch Magic

Discover the magical mystery of the monarch migration to Mexico.  See an indoor presentation, make a craft, search for caterpillars and adults to tag and release for research. 


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08/24/19
Kayak Basic Skills Clinic


Kayak Basic Skills Clinic
Let's go kayaking! Bring your own boat, paddle and pfd (life jacket) and meet in the morning at Monument Lake where we will practice our kayaking skills and learn some new ones. Scott Hilliard has been teaching kayaking for thirty years and will be conducting this FREE two hour clinic. The class starts at 10 am so plan to be at the beach by 9:30 am to give yourself plenty of time to unload your equipment. Feel free to contact Scott with any questions. See you there!

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08/24/19
Intro to Acrylics - Starry Night


Using fabric painting techniques, Petr Rudnev will guide you in creating your own rendition of the classic masterpiece, Starry Night by Vincent Van Gogh. Your completed work can be mounted onto a canvas for framing or sewn into a pillow. If you bring your own t-shirt, paint directly onto it to create OOAK wearable art!

Cost: $60

For questions, contact Kimberly via e-mail at kimberly@lifewin.tv.

Dates:
Sat, Aug 24, 10:30am – 2:30pm

Minimum class size of 2.
Groups of 3 or more can request a specific class day and time.

Class size: 6

Registration Deadline: Aug 23. Appropriate for 14 years and up. Minors need to be accompanied by an adult. Refunds will be given for cancelations 48 hours prior to class. If D38 is closed for weather, the class will be rescheduled.


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08/24/19
SAND TILE WORKSHOP: Bliss Studio & Gallery Iron Pour and Community Public Art Project

We want YOU to help us kick off Arts Month by pouring Red Hot Molten Iron into molds made from tiles that you've carved! Participate in a workshop this Summer and receive a VIP ticket to the big Iron Pour Event! Registration & tickets: ForgeYourBliss.com

WINNER OF THE 2019 PEAK ARTS PRIZE - Bliss Studio & Gallery is combining a community public sculpture project, Forging Human Connections & Embracing Empathy, with the second annual, Bliss 2019 Iron Pour / https://www.peakartsprize.org/results/

WORKSHOPS: Every Saturday leading up to the Iron Pour Date! Participants, carve a Sand Tile & participate in Bliss Iron Pour 2019! 

At the workshop , participants will receive a 6” square sand tile, guided instructions while carving their tile, and a ticket to the Big Iron Pour Event on September 28, 2019! The sand tile is the mold that we will pour red-hot-molten-iron into at the Big Pour Event in September.  Participants in our workshops will also receive a free small medallion tile to carve which gets donated back to the studio and entered into the community public sculpture: Forging Genuine Human Connections & Embracing Empathy. The 6” tile is theirs to keep!

At the Big Iron Pour Event there will be tile carving workshops, music, artistic displays and demonstrations, complimentary pizza and sodas, and beginning at sunset participants will watch as we pour red-hot-molten-iron into their tile molds.  This is a day for bringing people together through the arts and celebrating our wonderful community! 

Workshops are held at Bliss Studio & Gallery located at 243 Washington St. in Historic Downtown Monument, Colorado. They are scheduled every Saturday from 11am - 1pm. July 6th-September 28th. Registration is available at:

ForgeYourBliss.com.The necessary tools for carving tiles will be available during each workshop.

The Big Iron Pour Event  is on September 28th, 2019. On the date of the big iron pour event, participants may choose to carve tiles from 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Additional tickets are available for purchase online.

 


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08/25/19
Bible Study

   HERITAGE PENTECOSTAL CHURCH

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08/26/19
Introduction to Watercolors



Introduction to Watercolors 
During this class, award-winning watercolorist Al Duhaime, will teach you the basics of color, mixing and application of paint with only one brush. Go home with a landscape portrait you can call your own. All tools and materials will be provided.
Cost: $40. For questions, contact Al via e-mail at al.duhaime@comcast.net or 719-354-4818. 
Date: Mon, Aug 26, 10:30am – 12:30pm
Groups of 3 or more can request a specific class day and time.
Class size: 4
Registration Deadline: Aug  25. Appropriate for 14 years and up. Minors need to be accompanied by an adult. Refunds will be given for cancelations 48 hours prior to class. If D38 is closed for weather, the class will be rescheduled.
www.gallery132.com/classes

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08/27/19
Calla Lily Ring



Calla Lily Ring
Make this stunning ring embellished with a calla lily ring set with a pearl. Learn detailed techniques of working with fine silver precious metal clay and ring sizing.  All tools and materials provided.
Cost: $135 
For questions, contact Laurra via e-mail at laurra@me.com.
Dates:
Tues, Aug 27, 10am – 2pm
Minimum class size of 2. 
Groups of 3 or more can request a specific class day and time.

Class size: 6
Registration Deadline: Aug 26. Appropriate for 14 years and up. Minors need to be accompanied by an adult. Refunds will be given for cancelations 48 hours prior to class. If D38 is closed for weather, the class will be rescheduled.

www.gallery132.com/classes

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08/27/19
Women United Luncheon: Teen Suicide-Part 2

Luncheon at The Pinery at the Hill with Panel Speakers Meghan Haynes-El Paso Co Public Health Teen Suicide Prevention Planner, Marie McQuillan-Executive Director at Pikes Peak Suicide Prevention, Jamie Falasca-Director of Healthcare Services, Aspen Pointe, and Kirk Woundy-NAMI discussing the Topic of Teen Suicide in our Community. 

Please Bring a Donation for Teens at Urban Peak: Contact PPUW for items needed
Event is open to men and women.
https://engage.ppunitedway.org/comm/SinglePageRegEvent.jsp?EventKeyHex=33393339


 

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08/28/19
Little Wonders: Creek Exploration

Discover the world of nature with your 2 or 3 year-old. Interactive activities and a short hike make this the perfect introduction to the outdoors for your child.


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08/28/19
NEW! Intro to Weaving - Pillow


NEW Intro to Weaving – Pillow
Learn to weave a very cute 9″ pillow. This fun project is easy and once you have learned the technique, you will be able to make many more using extra yarn left over from old knitting/crochet projects! All tools and materials included. 
Cost: $45. For questions, contact Barbara via e-mail at bjmathern@yahoo.com.
Date: Wed, Aug 28, 10:30am – 1:30pm
Minimum class size of 2. Ask a friend to ensure the class is held!
Groups of 3 or more can request a specific class day and time.
Class size: 6
Registration Deadline: Aug 6 and 27. Appropriate for all ages. Minors need to be accompanied by an adult. Refunds will be given for cancelations 48 hours prior to class. If D38 is closed for weather, the class will be rescheduled.
www.gallery132.com/classes

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08/29/19
Little Wonders: Creek Exploration

Discover the world of nature with your 2 or 3 year-old. Interactive activities and a short hike make this the perfect introduction to the outdoors for your child.


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08/29/19
Monthly Education - August - HR as a Strategic Advantage



“HR as a Strategic Advantage” 

This workshop is designed for companies of any size and will focus on the compliance side of HR, company culture (how to assess and, if necessary, change it), accountability, and performance and talent management (yep, they are different topics).  This will be an interactive presentation designed to highlight important ways that human capital management can have a positive impact on the bottom line of a small to mid-sized company.   

Presenter- Kevin Davis, BBSI

Lunch will be provided by BBSI - you must register

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08/29/19
Ribbon Cutting - The Vinton Law Firm



Celebrate with The Vinton Law Firm their new office in Monument!

August 29
Ribbon Cutting - 5:00 pm
Open House - 3:00 pm-6:00 pm

The Vinton Law Firm, P.C.
430 Beacon Lite Rd. Ste 105
Monument, CO 80132

The Vinton Law Firm provides families and individuals in Southern Colorado with peace of mind by offering a Probate and Estate Planning practice.

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08/30/19
Elephant Rock Open Space Hike

Join El Paso County Parks and the Trails and Open Space Coalition for a guided hike through Elephant Rock Open Space. Although this park is not open to the public, you can join us for this special hike to learn the history and preview one of El Paso County’s upcoming parks. This is an easy hike but be prepared to walk through brush. Dress appropriately and bring water. This hike is Free for Trails & Open Space Coalition members and El Paso County Parks Nature Center Members. $3 for non-members. Pre-registration required; call 719-520-6977 to register or for more information.

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08/31/19
 -09/01/19
Indie Music Festival



August 31 10:00 am-9:30 pm
September 1- 12:00 pm-9:30 pm

Come join us on labor day weekend for two days of great indie music headlined by The Dollyrots and The Unlikely Candidates. Featuring Wildermiss, Olio, Dream Feed and many more!

Monument Indie Fest is presented by Indie On Air Records, Tri-Lakes Radio, and New Music Food Truck, along with promotional partners, Fish Creek Radio, Eye On Jamz, ION Indie Magazine, TuneTrax and IndieCast TV

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08/31/19
SAND TILE WORKSHOP: Bliss Studio & Gallery Iron Pour and Community Public Art Project

We want YOU to help us kick off Arts Month by pouring Red Hot Molten Iron into molds made from tiles that you've carved! Participate in a workshop this Summer and receive a VIP ticket to the big Iron Pour Event! Registration & tickets: ForgeYourBliss.com

WINNER OF THE 2019 PEAK ARTS PRIZE - Bliss Studio & Gallery is combining a community public sculpture project, Forging Human Connections & Embracing Empathy, with the second annual, Bliss 2019 Iron Pour / https://www.peakartsprize.org/results/

WORKSHOPS: Every Saturday leading up to the Iron Pour Date! Participants, carve a Sand Tile & participate in Bliss Iron Pour 2019! 

At the workshop , participants will receive a 6” square sand tile, guided instructions while carving their tile, and a ticket to the Big Iron Pour Event on September 28, 2019! The sand tile is the mold that we will pour red-hot-molten-iron into at the Big Pour Event in September.  Participants in our workshops will also receive a free small medallion tile to carve which gets donated back to the studio and entered into the community public sculpture: Forging Genuine Human Connections & Embracing Empathy. The 6” tile is theirs to keep!

At the Big Iron Pour Event there will be tile carving workshops, music, artistic displays and demonstrations, complimentary pizza and sodas, and beginning at sunset participants will watch as we pour red-hot-molten-iron into their tile molds.  This is a day for bringing people together through the arts and celebrating our wonderful community! 

Workshops are held at Bliss Studio & Gallery located at 243 Washington St. in Historic Downtown Monument, Colorado. They are scheduled every Saturday from 11am - 1pm. July 6th-September 28th. Registration is available at:

ForgeYourBliss.com.The necessary tools for carving tiles will be available during each workshop.

The Big Iron Pour Event  is on September 28th, 2019. On the date of the big iron pour event, participants may choose to carve tiles from 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Additional tickets are available for purchase online.

 


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09/01/19
MONU-PALOOZA 3.0

Our third annual Labor Day Eve hometown music festival ... begins at 1:00 pm and runs 'til they tell us to go home! Five terrific bands (Latigo, Eighty3, Jason Miller, The VooDoo Hawks, Ashtonz) in the lineup at Limbach Park. Food trucks on site, FREE admission, family-friendly. Call/text Charlie Searle at (719) 649-0058 for more info.

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09/01/19
Bible Study

   HERITAGE PENTECOSTAL CHURCH

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09/04/19
Chamber Orientation - September



Here is an opportunity for new members, old members and non-members to learn about the benefits of Chamber membership. Find out how to take full advantage of the member area of the Chamber’s website. Discover all the events that are open to members and the public. Maybe you’ll find you want to go the extra step and become more involved in the Chamber to increase your business exposure in the community. There is no charge for this event and lunch will be provided. Pre-registration is required.

Sponsored by:

Simple Computer Repair - Eric Metzger


 

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09/05/19
Chamber Networking Breakfast - 9/5/19

Join Us for Breakfast!

Networking Breakfasts take place the first and third Thursday of every month in the Chamber of Commerce Community Room from 7:30-9:00 AM. Listen to 10-minute informative talks from two fellow members. Meet and mingle with other business people over a tasty breakfast provided by the speakers. Everyone gets 30 seconds to introduce themselves and tell what's up in their business.

Annual membership is $40 and Chamber membership is required.

You must register in advance to attend, walk-ins are not allowed. If you are bringing a guest, they too must register.

This week's speakers are:
Richard Kiedinger - Allstate
Steve Laski - CRJ Contractors

Please be punctual. Please email laura@trilakeschamber.com if you can no longer attend. 

When you arrive please do not park in the Black Forest Foods or Ice Cave parking. Black Forest Foods is open for Breakfast and they are a member of our so please be respectful of their business.

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09/05/19
Children's Nature Series program, "Nature Adventures" for preschoolers

The Children’s Nature Series program, “Nature Adventures” for preschoolers, offers monthly, interactive, nature-themed activities, story time and short hikes in a safe, structured indoor/outdoor environment. For a complete description of the series and the reservation form, visit our link.

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09/05/19
 -09/06/19
Volunteer Environmental Education Leader Training

Become a volunteer Environmental Education leader for field trip programs at Fountain Creek Nature Center.  Application & interview required.  Learn our techniques and programs for connecting students to the wetlands and surrounding ecosystems.   You’re sure to make a positive impact on the students!  Contact Paula at 719-520-6745 or bcfcvolunteers@gmail.com.

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09/05/19
Birding for Beginners 101

This series will teach beginning bird watchers the basics and develop skills in identifying birds by sight and sound. Two Thursday pm classroom times; two Saturday am field trips.

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09/06/19
 -09/08/19
Joseph Bohler, aws 2019 Water-Media Workshop

This workshop will include landscape painting and figure sketching, brush control and subject seminar, two group critiques at day's end, bring your photos and sketches to work from indoors. Bring one original or four photos of your work. Not completed in workshop for a special clinic. Instruct demos and daily student guidance. One free Bohler piano CD and print per student. Students will observe Joe doing live demonstrations. Any questions or to R.S.V.P., call Joe at 719-481-4251 or Terese Bohler 719-505-2137.

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09/07/19
Honey Harvest Extraction Demonstration

Watch beekeepers harvest honey from hives, see bees in action in their observation hive, and learn about the importance of bees and other pollinators. Activities, crafts, samples of honey and local honey available for purchase.
 

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09/07/19
 -09/08/19
Front Range Open Studios Tour Weekend



There are lots of places for the public to see fine art and craft. Galleries, cooperatives, museum and airport shops all show the very best of what local artists and craftsmen have to offer. Every weekend during the summer there is an arts festival or fair. But only on the weekend of September 7th and 8th, will the public have the opportunity to see how and where fine art and craft is created! Front Range Open Studios is a group of full time professional artists and craftsmen in Monument who realize that the techniques , talents, tools and raw materials they work with are a mystery to their friends and neighbors. So, for one weekend each fall they open their workshops and studios and allow their guests to see how they create their art. Since there are many forms of creative expression there are many different mediums to explore. Have you ever wondered, "How is that made?" Richard Pankratz will show the step-by step process of creating a bronze figure and how he mixes ceramics, glass and bronze to make heirloom quality furniture and vessels. Jodie Bliss' studio in downtown Monument will offer the opportunity for guests to create a sand mold for an iron pour later in September. At Nancy Bonig's studio you can watch the various steps in creating kilnworked glass and even create your own! This year you can meet the alpacas that provide the fiber for Barbara Ziek's home décor and art clothing. Mediums of creative expression include oil and acrylic painting, wood turning, metalsmithing, handmade paper and mobiles, sculptures in bronze, iron, and steel, ceramics, watercolors, batik, kilnworked glass, jewelry design and fabrication, photography , and fiber arts. You will see how each artist and craftsman has transformed his or her working space with tools, music, books, and specialized materials into their own unique sanctuary, where they find creativity and inspiration. At some locations you will even have an opportunity to create your own work of art! There will be demonstrations of technique or tools and guests can enter drawings for gift certificates to local restaurants and for original works of art by some of the artists! This is not a traditional studio tour where you drive from location to location just to see multiple artists and finished product! You will have the opportunity to purchase first rate art and craft at special prices, but you will also gain the unique experience of watching how and where your collectable was made! For more information about this event, a list of all twenty-two participating artists and craftsmen, and a map to all sixteen locations , go to www.frontrangeopenstudios.com.

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09/07/19
SAND TILE WORKSHOP: Bliss Studio & Gallery Iron Pour and Community Public Art Project

Bliss Studio & Gallery Iron Pour 2019 & Community Public Sculpture Project
We want YOU to help us kick off Arts Month by pouring Red Hot Molten Iron into molds made from tiles that you've carved! Participate in a workshop this Summer and receive a VIP ticket to the big Iron Pour Event! Registration & tickets: ForgeYourBliss.com

WINNER OF THE 2019 PEAK ARTS PRIZE - Bliss Studio & Gallery is combining a community public sculpture project, Forging Human Connections & Embracing Empathy, with the second annual, Bliss 2019 Iron Pour / https://www.peakartsprize.org/results/

WORKSHOPS: Every Saturday leading up to the Iron Pour Date! Participants, carve a Sand Tile & participate in Bliss Iron Pour 2019! 

At the workshop , participants will receive a 6” square sand tile, guided instructions while carving their tile, and a ticket to the Big Iron Pour Event on September 28, 2019! The sand tile is the mold that we will pour red-hot-molten-iron into at the Big Pour Event in September.  Participants in our workshops will also receive a free small medallion tile to carve which gets donated back to the studio and entered into the community public sculpture: Forging Genuine Human Connections & Embracing Empathy. The 6” tile is theirs to keep!

At the Big Iron Pour Event there will be tile carving workshops, music, artistic displays and demonstrations, complimentary pizza and sodas, and beginning at sunset participants will watch as we pour red-hot-molten-iron into their tile molds.  This is a day for bringing people together through the arts and celebrating our wonderful community! 

Workshops are held at Bliss Studio & Gallery located at 243 Washington St. in Historic Downtown Monument, Colorado. They are scheduled every Saturday from 11am - 1pm. July 6th-September 28th. Registration is available at:

ForgeYourBliss.com.The necessary tools for carving tiles will be available during each workshop.

The Big Iron Pour Event  is on September 28th, 2019. On the date of the big iron pour event, participants may choose to carve tiles from 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Additional tickets are available for purchase online.

 


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09/07/19
Cookbook Launch of Centennial Celebrations by the Junior League of Denver

Covered Treasures Bookstore, 105 Second Street, Monument, 719-481-2665 is helping to launch the Junior League of Denver's latest cookbook, Centennial Celebrations on Saturday, September 7, noon to two p.m.  Committee members of the cookbook team will be here to discuss the cookbook, sign copies and chat with customers.  Stop by to try some samples from the cookbook.

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09/07/19
Ribbon Cutting - Turbo's Mobile RV Service



Celebrate Turbo's Mobile RV Service's 20th Anniversary in Business!

September 7
Ribbon Cutting - 3:30 pm
Open House 3:00 pm-5:00 pm

Turbo's Mobile RV Service
3885 Doolittle Rd.
Monument, CO 80132

Turbo's Mobile RV Service specializes in Recreational Vehicles and trailers service, repairs, and accessories

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09/08/19
Bible Study

   HERITAGE PENTECOSTAL CHURCH

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09/09/19
Heartland Connect Golf Tournament

We are hosting a golf tournament to benefit Tri-Lakes Cares.  This is a 4 person best ball tournament at Pine Creek Golf Club.  All the money raised will go to Tri-Lakes Cares.

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09/10/19
One Year Celebration!

Join Profile by Sanford in celebrating being open for 1 year! There will be opening networking, food, prizes, and fun! Also, to give back to the community we have partnered with Tri-Lakes Cares and will be hosting a food/hygiene drive to support their efforts! Bring donations with to the event or starting in August you can drop them off at our location any time! 

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09/12/19
"Two's and Three's Outdoors" Nature Series at Fountain Creek

The Children’s Nature Series program, “Two's & Three's Outdoors” for toddlers, offers monthly, interactive, nature-themed activities, story time and short hikes in a safe, structured indoor/outdoor environment. For a complete description of the series and the reservation form, visit our link.

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09/12/19
 -09/13/19
Volunteer Field Trip Leader Training

Train to become an Environmental Education leader for school field trip programs at Bear Creek Nature Center. After application and interview, learn our techniques and programs for connecting students to the foothills and surrounding ecosystems. 

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09/13/19
Homeschool Fridays at Fountain Creek

Home-schooled students can learn about insects, spiders, wetland resources, water pollution, and much more through demonstrations, interactive activities, puppet shows, and guided hikes at the nature center. Second Fridays Sep-Nov. Check our schedule for specific topics and grade levels.

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09/13/19
Active Adults: An Evening of Native American Flute Music

Enjoy an evening of Native American flute music; both live and recorded. Hear Native American legends of the origins of the flute. Learn about their design and what makes them unique from other styles of flute. Light snacks provided.

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09/14/19
Fall Bird Count at Fountain Creek

Help record the number of bird species and populations found in Fountain Creek Regional Park during fall migration.

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09/14/19
Webelos Scout Day

Register for interactive sessions led by trained guides to earn badges for: Arrow of Light Adventures; “Woods” - 9:00-11:00 a.m., “Wild” - 11:00-1:00 p.m., “Rocks” - 1:30-3:30 p.m.

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09/14/19
What If Festival

Engage in a Day of Wows!  The award-winning What IF…Festival of Innovation and Imagination features an imaginative array of intriguing creativity from the Pikes Peak region with over 100 interactive "experiences” in science, health, engineering, the arts, technology, education, local foods and business, with 3 main stages, a beer/wine garden,  and multiple small stages.  Activities are provided for all age groups - toddlers to adults.  Engage your imagination and meet innovative people and businesses.  Enjoy the interactive educational fun throughout six city blocks in Downtown Colorado Springs!  A full schedule of performances, delectable foods, and hands-on experiences, as well as a festival map, will be available in advance and on-site on Festival Day.


 

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09/14/19
SAND TILE WORKSHOP: Bliss Studio & Gallery Iron Pour and Community Public Art Project

Bliss Studio & Gallery Iron Pour 2019 & Community Public Sculpture Project
We want YOU to help us kick off Arts Month by pouring Red Hot Molten Iron into molds made from tiles that you've carved! Participate in a workshop this Summer and receive a VIP ticket to the big Iron Pour Event! Registration & tickets: ForgeYourBliss.com

WINNER OF THE 2019 PEAK ARTS PRIZE - Bliss Studio & Gallery is combining a community public sculpture project, Forging Human Connections & Embracing Empathy, with the second annual, Bliss 2019 Iron Pour / https://www.peakartsprize.org/results/

WORKSHOPS: Every Saturday leading up to the Iron Pour Date! Participants, carve a Sand Tile & participate in Bliss Iron Pour 2019! 

At the workshop , participants will receive a 6” square sand tile, guided instructions while carving their tile, and a ticket to the Big Iron Pour Event on September 28, 2019! The sand tile is the mold that we will pour red-hot-molten-iron into at the Big Pour Event in September.  Participants in our workshops will also receive a free small medallion tile to carve which gets donated back to the studio and entered into the community public sculpture: Forging Genuine Human Connections & Embracing Empathy. The 6” tile is theirs to keep!

At the Big Iron Pour Event there will be tile carving workshops, music, artistic displays and demonstrations, complimentary pizza and sodas, and beginning at sunset participants will watch as we pour red-hot-molten-iron into their tile molds.  This is a day for bringing people together through the arts and celebrating our wonderful community! 

Workshops are held at Bliss Studio & Gallery located at 243 Washington St. in Historic Downtown Monument, Colorado. They are scheduled every Saturday from 11am - 1pm. July 6th-September 28th. Registration is available at:

ForgeYourBliss.com.The necessary tools for carving tiles will be available during each workshop.

The Big Iron Pour Event  is on September 28th, 2019. On the date of the big iron pour event, participants may choose to carve tiles from 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Additional tickets are available for purchase online.

 


more info...
09/15/19
Bible Study

   HERITAGE PENTECOSTAL CHURCH

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09/17/19
Business After Hours - September



Join the Tri-Lakes Chamber at our monthly networking mixer which will be held at the Tri-Lakes Center for the Arts with Co-Host Mike Law of Merrill Lynch. It is also our Annual Non-Profit Night. Come meet some of our Non-Profit Members to see how you can get involved with them

These events are a perfect opportunity to meet face to face with many other business professionals, while enjoying great food and refreshments.

FREE for Chamber Members
$10 for Partner Members
$15 for Non-Members

Make check-in easier for yourself, pre-register! Non-members can also register ahead of time and even pay online. What a huge time saver, so you can get to the food, drink and networking sooner!

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09/17/19
Same Tree Different Day

Colorado Springs photographer, Mike Pach, photographed a tree behind his home every day for a year and learned many lessons which he will share to inspire you to increase your awareness, develop good habits and reach your goals. Breathtaking audio-visual presentation.

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09/18/19
Children's "Nature Explorers" Series at Bear Creek

The “Nature Explorers” Series for preschoolers, ages 4-5, offers monthly, interactive, nature-themed activities, story time and short hikes in a safe, structured indoor/outdoor environment. For a complete description of the series and the reservation form, visit our link.

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09/18/19
Children's "Nature Explorers" Series at Bear Creek

The “Nature Explorers” Series for preschoolers, ages 4-5, offers monthly, interactive, nature-themed activities, story time and short hikes in a safe, structured indoor/outdoor environment. For a complete description of the series and the reservation form, visit our link.

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09/18/19
Ribbon Cutting - Jean van der Meulen Insurance Agency



Celebrate with Jean van der Meulen Insurance Agency their new office and their agency opening!

September 18
Ribbon Cutting - 5:00 pm
Open House - 4:00 pm-6:00 pm

Jean van der Meulen Insurance Agency - Farmers Insurance
13570 Meadowgrass Drive Ste 203
Colorado Springs, CO 80921

The Jean van der Meulen Farmers Insurance Agency provides insurance and financial solutions. 

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09/18/19
Aiken Audubon Monthly Program

The monthly Aiken Audubon meeting and educational program is free and open to the public. Call 719-520-6387 for topic. Social and refreshments at 6:30 p.m.

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09/19/19
Chamber Networking Breakfast - 9/19/19

Join Us for Breakfast!

Networking Breakfasts take place the first and third Thursday of every month in the Chamber of Commerce Community Room from 7:30-9:00 AM. Listen to 10-minute informative talks from two fellow members. Meet and mingle with other business people over a tasty breakfast provided by the speakers. Everyone gets 30 seconds to introduce themselves and tell what's up in their business.

Annual membership is $40 and Chamber membership is required.

You must register in advance to attend, walk-ins are not allowed. If you are bringing a guest, they too must register.

This week's speakers are:
TBD
TBD


Please be punctual. Please email laura@trilakeschamber.com if you can no longer attend. 

When you arrive please do not park in the Black Forest Foods or Ice Cave parking. Black Forest Foods is open for Breakfast and they are a member of our so please be respectful of their business.

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09/19/19
Live Your Florida Dream!

Florida remains one of the most popular retirement destinations in the US. Do you ever wonder about investing or retiring in Florida? Please join us for refreshments and an informal Q&A. Florida offers low housing costs, no state taxes, and an immediate Homestead exemption. We'll have handouts and will answer your questions about retiring in "the Sunshine State." A glass of wine and appetizers are on us!

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09/21/19
SAND TILE WORKSHOP: Bliss Studio & Gallery Iron Pour and Community Public Art Project

Bliss Studio & Gallery Iron Pour 2019 & Community Public Sculpture Project
We want YOU to help us kick off Arts Month by pouring Red Hot Molten Iron into molds made from tiles that you've carved! Participate in a workshop this Summer and receive a VIP ticket to the big Iron Pour Event! Registration & tickets: ForgeYourBliss.com

WINNER OF THE 2019 PEAK ARTS PRIZE - Bliss Studio & Gallery is combining a community public sculpture project, Forging Human Connections & Embracing Empathy, with the second annual, Bliss 2019 Iron Pour / https://www.peakartsprize.org/results/

WORKSHOPS: Every Saturday leading up to the Iron Pour Date! Participants, carve a Sand Tile & participate in Bliss Iron Pour 2019! 

At the workshop , participants will receive a 6” square sand tile, guided instructions while carving their tile, and a ticket to the Big Iron Pour Event on September 28, 2019! The sand tile is the mold that we will pour red-hot-molten-iron into at the Big Pour Event in September.  Participants in our workshops will also receive a free small medallion tile to carve which gets donated back to the studio and entered into the community public sculpture: Forging Genuine Human Connections & Embracing Empathy. The 6” tile is theirs to keep!

At the Big Iron Pour Event there will be tile carving workshops, music, artistic displays and demonstrations, complimentary pizza and sodas, and beginning at sunset participants will watch as we pour red-hot-molten-iron into their tile molds.  This is a day for bringing people together through the arts and celebrating our wonderful community! 

Workshops are held at Bliss Studio & Gallery located at 243 Washington St. in Historic Downtown Monument, Colorado. They are scheduled every Saturday from 11am - 1pm. July 6th-September 28th. Registration is available at:

ForgeYourBliss.com.The necessary tools for carving tiles will be available during each workshop.

The Big Iron Pour Event  is on September 28th, 2019. On the date of the big iron pour event, participants may choose to carve tiles from 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Additional tickets are available for purchase online.

 


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09/21/19
2019 Bines and Brews Beer Fest



COME TO THE BEST BEER FEST IN THE TRI-LAKES AREA!
Only 400 Tickets Available

Enjoy beer, mead, gin and moonshine while listening to upbeat contemporary jazz. The view is beautiful and the weather will be great. This fest includes a competition for brewers with the challenge of using wet hops in their creations. They also bring an average of three of their most popular brews for you to sample. You’re sure to find a new favorite. Food vendors will be available for noshing.

Ticket sales are capped at 400 to maintain the upscale feel and allow you to have conversations with the brewers. This is an adults-only event; even the designated drivers must be over 21 (no exceptions). No dogs of any age are allowed. 

General admission $25 - includes souvenir glass
Designated driver $10
Gates open at 1:00 PM

Participating breweries include:

Nano 108
Peaks N Pines
Storybook
Pikes Peak
Cerberus
Great Storm (Atrevida)
Metric
Burly
El Rancho
Whistle Pig
FH Beerworks
Iron Mule

Guest pourers include:
3 Hundred Days of Shine (moonshine)
Black Forest Meadery (mead)
Lee Spirits (gin)

This event will happen rain, shine or snow - this is Colorado!!

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09/22/19
Bible Study

   HERITAGE PENTECOSTAL CHURCH

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09/25/19
Monthly Education September - Marketing on a Shoestring Budget



FREE EVENT for members and non-members

Marketing on a Shoestring Budget

If you want results from your marketing but you don't have a big marketing budget then this course will be a great place to start! Learn how you can grow your business on a small budget with some simple but powerful tips and tools. Additionally, we will cover some of the basics of creating a marketing plan.

Presented by:
Jamie Wagner, MBA
Integrated (Online/Offline) Marketing Consultant, B-Cause Integrated Marketing & Communications

Sponsored by:

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09/25/19
Children's "Little Wonders" Series at Bear Creek

The “Little Wonders” Nature Series program for toddlers, ages 2-3, offers monthly, interactive, nature-themed activities, story time and short hikes in a safe, structured indoor/outdoor environment. For a complete description of the series and the reservation form, visit our link.

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09/25/19
Children's "Little Wonders" Series at Bear Creek

The “Little Wonders” Nature Series program for toddlers, ages 2-3, offers monthly, interactive, nature-themed activities, story time and short hikes in a safe, structured indoor/outdoor environment. For a complete description of the series and the reservation form, visit our link.

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09/25/19
Pikes Peak Mycological Society Program

Learn more about the fascinating world of fungi with the Pikes Peak Mycological Society.

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09/27/19
Ribbon Cutting - Bohler Arts Sales and Service



Celebrate with Bohler Arts Sales & Service as they launch their new venture to share their art with the community.

September 27
Ribbon Cutting 5:00 pm
Open House 2:00 pm-6:00 pm

Tri-Lakes Chamber of Commerce
166 Second Street
Monument, CO 80132

Bohler Arts specializes in historic and award winning cultural art to beautiful homes and local businesses.

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09/28/19
Creek Week Kickoff

Kickoff this clean up at Fountain Creek Nature Center!  Bring your community group to meet “Stan the Can” and clean up waterways or remove invasive species.  Select any date, time and location during this week.  Register at www.fountaincreekweek.com.

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09/28/19
Becoming Bear Aware

Learn to live in peace with our bear-y hungry neighbors. Join us for an interactive discussion and short hike to discover fun facts about bears, look for the clues they leave behind, and learn how you can help to create a community that is safe for humans and bears alike.

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09/28/19
Bliss Studio & Gallery Iron Pour and Community Public Art Project

Bliss Studio & Gallery Iron Pour 2019 & Community Public Sculpture Project
We want YOU to help us kick off Arts Month by pouring Red Hot Molten Iron into molds made from tiles that you've carved! Participate in a workshop this Summer and receive a VIP ticket to the big Iron Pour Event! Registration & tickets: ForgeYourBliss.com

WINNER OF THE 2019 PEAK ARTS PRIZE - Bliss Studio & Gallery is combining a community public sculpture project, Forging Human Connections & Embracing Empathy, with the second annual, Bliss 2019 Iron Pour / https://www.peakartsprize.org/results/

WORKSHOPS: Every Saturday leading up to the Iron Pour Date! Participants, carve a Sand Tile & participate in Bliss Iron Pour 2019! 

At the workshop , participants will receive a 6” square sand tile, guided instructions while carving their tile, and a ticket to the Big Iron Pour Event on September 28, 2019! The sand tile is the mold that we will pour red-hot-molten-iron into at the Big Pour Event in September.  Participants in our workshops will also receive a free small medallion tile to carve which gets donated back to the studio and entered into the community public sculpture: Forging Genuine Human Connections & Embracing Empathy. The 6” tile is theirs to keep!

At the Big Iron Pour Event there will be tile carving workshops, music, artistic displays and demonstrations, complimentary pizza and sodas, and beginning at sunset participants will watch as we pour red-hot-molten-iron into their tile molds.  This is a day for bringing people together through the arts and celebrating our wonderful community! 

Workshops are held at Bliss Studio & Gallery located at 243 Washington St. in Historic Downtown Monument, Colorado. They are scheduled every Saturday from 11am - 1pm. July 6th-September 28th. Registration is available at:

ForgeYourBliss.com.The necessary tools for carving tiles will be available during each workshop.

The Big Iron Pour Event  is on September 28th, 2019. On the date of the big iron pour event, participants may choose to carve tiles from 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Additional tickets are available for purchase online.

 


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09/28/19
SAND TILE WORKSHOP: Bliss Studio & Gallery Iron Pour and Community Public Art Project

Bliss Studio & Gallery Iron Pour 2019 & Community Public Sculpture Project
We want YOU to help us kick off Arts Month by pouring Red Hot Molten Iron into molds made from tiles that you've carved! Participate in a workshop this Summer and receive a VIP ticket to the big Iron Pour Event! Registration & tickets: ForgeYourBliss.com

WINNER OF THE 2019 PEAK ARTS PRIZE - Bliss Studio & Gallery is combining a community public sculpture project, Forging Human Connections & Embracing Empathy, with the second annual, Bliss 2019 Iron Pour / https://www.peakartsprize.org/results/

WORKSHOPS: Every Saturday leading up to the Iron Pour Date! Participants, carve a Sand Tile & participate in Bliss Iron Pour 2019! 

At the workshop , participants will receive a 6” square sand tile, guided instructions while carving their tile, and a ticket to the Big Iron Pour Event on September 28, 2019! The sand tile is the mold that we will pour red-hot-molten-iron into at the Big Pour Event in September.  Participants in our workshops will also receive a free small medallion tile to carve which gets donated back to the studio and entered into the community public sculpture: Forging Genuine Human Connections & Embracing Empathy. The 6” tile is theirs to keep!

At the Big Iron Pour Event there will be tile carving workshops, music, artistic displays and demonstrations, complimentary pizza and sodas, and beginning at sunset participants will watch as we pour red-hot-molten-iron into their tile molds.  This is a day for bringing people together through the arts and celebrating our wonderful community! 

Workshops are held at Bliss Studio & Gallery located at 243 Washington St. in Historic Downtown Monument, Colorado. They are scheduled every Saturday from 11am - 1pm. July 6th-September 28th. Registration is available at:

ForgeYourBliss.com.The necessary tools for carving tiles will be available during each workshop.

The Big Iron Pour Event  is on September 28th, 2019. On the date of the big iron pour event, participants may choose to carve tiles from 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Additional tickets are available for purchase online.

 


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09/29/19
Bible Study

   HERITAGE PENTECOSTAL CHURCH

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10/03/19
Chamber Networking Breakfast - 10/3/19

Join Us for Breakfast!

Networking Breakfasts take place the first and third Thursday of every month in the Chamber of Commerce Community Room from 7:30-9:00 AM. Listen to 10-minute informative talks from two fellow members. Meet and mingle with other business people over a tasty breakfast provided by the speakers. Everyone gets 30 seconds to introduce themselves and tell what's up in their business.

Annual membership is $40 and Chamber membership is required.

You must register in advance to attend, walk-ins are not allowed. If you are bringing a guest, they too must register.

This week's speakers are:
TBD
TBD


Please be punctual. Please email laura@trilakeschamber.com if you can no longer attend. 

When you arrive please do not park in the Black Forest Foods or Ice Cave parking. Black Forest Foods is open for Breakfast and they are a member of our so please be respectful of their business.

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10/03/19
Children's "Nature Adventures" Series at Fountain Creek

The Children’s Nature Series program, “Nature Adventures” for preschoolers, offers monthly, interactive, nature-themed activities, story time and short hikes in a safe, structured indoor/outdoor environment. For a complete description of the series and the reservation form, visit our link.

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10/04/19
 -10/06/19
Joseph Bohler, aws 2019 Water-Media Workshop

This workshop will include landscape painting and figure sketching, brush control and subject seminar, two group critiques at day's end, bring your photos and sketches to work from indoors. Bring one original or four photos of your work. Not completed in workshop for a special clinic. Instruct demos and daily student guidance. One free Bohler piano CD and print per student. Students will observe Joe doing live demonstrations. Any questions or to R.S.V.P., call Joe at 719-481-4251 or Terese Bohler 719-505-2137.

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10/08/19
WMMI Speakers' Bureau Lecture: Cripple Creek's Cresson Mine: The Untold Stories



WMMI Speakers’ Bureau Lecture

Presented by Ben Elick

Cripple Creek’s Cresson Mine: The Untold Stories

About:

Come celebrate the world premiere of this fabulous story as Ben Elick and Steven Veatch reveal the secrets of this famous mine through old letters, newspaper clippings, crumbling documents, and rare photos. Learn about the mine’s storied underground cavern of gold. It was so rich that the miners shoveled gold crystals into bags for weeks. This is a story so big, so bold, that you will never forget it!

ABOUT BEN ELICK

Ben Elick is an active volunteer with the Western Museum of Mining and Industry. Ben is an Earth Science Scholar with the Colorado Springs Mineralogical Society. Ben has been published in the Ute County News, as well as in Deposits Magazine. Ben recently coauthored a paper on Cripple Creek High-Grading and was a co-presenter at the New Mexico Mineral Symposium at the New Mexico Institute of Mining & Technology, Socorro, New Mexico. Ben was a guest speaker at the Denver Gem and Mineral show in 2017 and 2018. Ben presented his work on repeat photography at the North-Central Section Meeting of the Geological Society of America at Iowa State University in April. He served as an intern at the Cripple Creek District Museum.

ABOUT STEVEN W. VEATCH

Steven Veatch is known to Colorado geologists and nature enthusiasts for his articles, papers, workshops, and classes on Earth science. Veatch, an award-winning writer on geoscience, nature, and regional history, is the author of over 100 articles and essays.  He has contributed chapters to 3 books: Field Trips in the Southern Rocky Mountains, USA, Field Guide 5; The Paleontology of the Upper Eocene Florissant Formation, Colorado; and The World’s Greatest Gold Camp: An Introduction to the History of the Cripple Creek & Victor Mining District.  

Veatch teaches community classes on Earth science, history, nature, and writing based in the Pikes Peak region and teaches geoscience courses for the Colorado School of Mines in the Special Programs and Continuing Education (SPACE) department. Veatch is a former adjunct professor of Earth science at Emporia State University. A passionate speaker backed by a depth of expertise, Veatch is a frequent presenter and field trip leader for local, regional, and national organizations.

Veatch holds an MA in Management from Webster University and an MS in Earth science from Emporia State University.

Veatch retried from El Paso County government. He served in the Navy Reserves for 16 years. He is a volunteer interpretive ranger at the Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument. Veatch currently directs the Pikes Peak Pebble Pups, a youth group that studies the geosciences. Veatch, appointed by the Cripple Creek City Council, is a member of its Historic Preservation Commission. He is also a member of the Board of Trustees for the Western Museum of Mining and Industry in Colorado Springs.

His family came to Cripple Creek, Colorado in the 1890s from England and worked in the district’s mines for over 30 years. Another branch of the family built a ranch in the wilderness near Boulder, Colorado in 1865 and, later, moved to the Caribou mining camp where Veatch’s great-grandfather attended Caribou’s first school session in 1872.  Today Veatch lives with his wife on a meadow between Cripple Creek and Florissant, Colorado.

Tuesday, October 8th, 2019

7:00pm (Doors open at 6:30pm)

225 North Gate Blvd. C/S, CO 80921

In WMMI Museum Library

Only $5 per person, free to museum members. 

RSVP to 718.488.0880 or rsvp@wmmi.org

Click here to book your spot online:

https://fareharbor.com/embeds/book/wmmi/items/108438/calendar/?flow=41147


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10/10/19
"Two's and Three's Outdoors" Nature Series at Fountain Creek

The Children’s Nature Series program, “Two's & Three's Outdoors” for toddlers, offers monthly, interactive, nature-themed activities, story time and short hikes in a safe, structured indoor/outdoor environment. For a complete description of the series and the reservation form, visit our link.

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10/12/19
Heartsaver CPR/AED/First Aid

Saturday, Oct. 12, 2019.  8 am - 4 pm
  • This American Heart Association class includes CPR/AED use for infants/children/adults, conscious choking, and first aid.
  • Each student will receive a course workbook.
  • The course is open to anyone able to focus on eight hours of instruction and practice.
  • Extensive practicing of skills is required, so wear comfortable clothes.

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10/16/19
Monthly Education - October - Tax Prep Essentials



FREE event for members and non-members

As a small business owner, you may be thinking about the taxes you'll owe with a significant level of uncertainty. "Where do I even start?!", "What does the IRS need from me this year?" and "How can I be better prepared next year?" are common questions. Don't fret! This workshop is a realistic starting point for small businesses wanting to strengthen their understanding and mastery over their business taxes.

Presenter: TBD

Sponsored by 

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10/16/19
Aiken Audubon Monthly Program

The monthly Aiken Audubon meeting and educational program is free and open to the public. Call 719-520-6387 for topic. Social and refreshments at 6:30 p.m.

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10/17/19
Business & Community Expo 2019

Business & Community Expo partnering with the Tri-Lakes YMCA

October 17
4:00 pm - 7:00 pm 

Tri-Lakes YMCA 
17250 Jackson Creek Pkwy
Monument, CO 80132

Additional parking across the street at the high school.

Thank you to our Sponsors:




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10/17/19
Live Your Florida Dream!

Florida remains one of the most popular retirement destinations in the US. Do you ever wonder about investing or retiring in Florida? Please join us for refreshments and an informal Q&A. Florida offers low housing costs, no state taxes, and an immediate Homestead exemption. We'll have handouts and will answer your questions about retiring in "the Sunshine State." A glass of wine and appetizers are on us!

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10/23/19
Children's "Nature Adventures" Series at Bear Creek

The “Nature Explorers” Series for preschoolers, ages 4-5, offers monthly, interactive, nature-themed activities, story time and short hikes in a safe, structured indoor/outdoor environment. For a complete description of the series and the reservation form, visit our link.

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10/23/19
Children's "Nature Explorers" Series at Bear Creek

The “Nature Explorers” Series for preschoolers, ages 4-5, offers monthly, interactive, nature-themed activities, story time and short hikes in a safe, structured indoor/outdoor environment. For a complete description of the series and the reservation form, visit our link.

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10/30/19
Children's "Little Wonders" Series at Bear Creek

The “Little Wonders” Nature Series program for toddlers, ages 2-3, offers monthly, interactive, nature-themed activities, story time and short hikes in a safe, structured indoor/outdoor environment. For a complete description of the series and the reservation form, visit our link.

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10/30/19
Children's "Little Wonders" Series at Bear Creek

The “Little Wonders” Nature Series program for toddlers, ages 2-3, offers monthly, interactive, nature-themed activities, story time and short hikes in a safe, structured indoor/outdoor environment. For a complete description of the series and the reservation form, visit our link.

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11/06/19
Monthly Education - November - Exit Strategy



FREE event for members and non-members

Is my business sellable? Will I ever get to retire from my business? These are good questions and this is a good class for you!

Feel free to bring your lunch. 

More info to come...

Presenter: TBD

Sponsored by:

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11/07/19
Children's "Nature Adventures" Series at Fountain Creek

The Children’s Nature Series program, “Nature Adventures” for preschoolers, offers monthly, interactive, nature-themed activities, story time and short hikes in a safe, structured indoor/outdoor environment. For a complete description of the series and the reservation form, visit our link.

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11/14/19
"Two's and Three's Outdoors" Nature Series at Fountain Creek

The Children’s Nature Series program, “Two's & Three's Outdoors” for toddlers, offers monthly, interactive, nature-themed activities, story time and short hikes in a safe, structured indoor/outdoor environment. For a complete description of the series and the reservation form, visit our link.

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11/20/19
Children's "Nature Explorers" Series at Bear Creek

The “Nature Explorers” Series for preschoolers, ages 4-5, offers monthly, interactive, nature-themed activities, story time and short hikes in a safe, structured indoor/outdoor environment. For a complete description of the series and the reservation form, visit our link.

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11/20/19
Children's "Nature Explorers" Series at Bear Creek

The “Nature Explorers” Series for preschoolers, ages 4-5, offers monthly, interactive, nature-themed activities, story time and short hikes in a safe, structured indoor/outdoor environment. For a complete description of the series and the reservation form, visit our link.

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11/27/19
Children's "Little Wonders" Nature Series at Bear Creek

The “Little Wonders” Nature Series program for toddlers, ages 2-3, offers monthly, interactive, nature-themed activities, story time and short hikes in a safe, structured indoor/outdoor environment. For a complete description of the series and the reservation form, visit our link.

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11/27/19
Children's "Little Wonders" Nature Series at Bear Creek

The “Little Wonders” Nature Series program for toddlers, ages 2-3, offers monthly, interactive, nature-themed activities, story time and short hikes in a safe, structured indoor/outdoor environment. For a complete description of the series and the reservation form, visit our link.

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12/12/19
Monthly Education - December - Speed Networking





Don't miss this event that will provide you an opportunity to build your referral base over a speed networking session! Space is limited! Please register soon to reserve your spot. Tips for maximizing the speed networking session: Be prepared to introduce yourself and your business, bring business cards and a name tag if you have one. You will have 2 minutes to convey your business and then listen for 2 minutes. What better way to meet so many in such a short period of time and then determine who you would like to meet again?

The fun happens 2:30 to 5:00 PM, December 12, 2019

Due to the popularity of this event we are having to limit registration to one person per business. 

You must pre-register for this event and no walk-ins allowed.

 

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