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Monthly Education April - Social Media: Essential Principles for Small Business
04/24/19

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Chamber Networking Breakfast - 5/2/19
05/02/19
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Monthly Education May - Cybersecurity Simplified: What Your Small Business Needs To Know
05/15/19
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Chamber Networking Breakfast - 5/16/19
05/16/19
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Business After Hours - May
05/21/19
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Chamber Orientation - June
06/04/19
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Monthly Education June - Everyone Sells Something: Basic Techniques for Improving Your Sales Game
06/05/19
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4th of July Street Fair - 2019
07/04/19
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Monthly Education July - Where's The Money?
07/17/19
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Chamber Orientation - September
09/04/19
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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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Monthly Education - October - Tax Prep Essentials
10/16/19
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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...
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05/21/19
Business After Hours - May

Join the Tri-Lakes Chamber at our monthly networking mixer brought to you by TBD. The event will be held at TBD  in Colorado Springs. 

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

TBD


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

Make check-in easier for you, 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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07/04/19
4th of July Street Fair - 2019

Street fair, pancake breakfast, fun run, parade, and more!

Registration is for being a vendor at the Street Fair only. 

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04/21/19
Bible Study

   HERITAGE PENTECOSTAL CHURCH

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04/22/19
NEW! Felting A - Z



NEW Felting A to Z
In this first collaborative class, learn the basics of wet felting from Jennifer making a small purse. Then come back and embellish it with needle felting taught by Wendy. You can choose your design and colors. All tools and materials included. Cost: $90. For questions, contact Jennifer via email at jennifer@gallery132.com.
Dates:
Mon, Apr 22, 11am – 1:30pm (Wet Felting)
Wed, Apr 24, 10:30am – 1:30 (Needle Felting)
(Sorry, classes cannot be split)
Groups of 3 or more can request a specific class day and time.
Class size: 4
Registration Deadline: Apr 20.  Appropriate for 13 years and up. Minors need to be accompanied by an adult. Registrants canceling 48 hours prior to class time will receive a 75% refund. If D38 is closed for weather, the class will be rescheduled.

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04/24/19
Monthly Education April - Social Media: Essential Principles for Small Business



FREE Event for members and non-members. 

Learn how to increase success in your business specifically through the use of social media. This workshop will get you started amplifying your business through discussing concepts and tools for utilizing social media that are relevant to all platforms. 

Presented by:
Carrie Kintz
Founder, Melan Communications

Sponsored by:

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04/25/19
Little Wonders: Smells & Sounds of Spring

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. Session repeats 1-2:15 pm.

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04/25/19
Profile Discovery Session

Do you have health and wellness goals? Would you like some support in reaching them? Ever wondered what Profile is? Join us! We are hosting 2 discovery sessions that will talk about what we do at Profile and how we can help you reach your health and wellness goals! The presentations will take place at 4:30 pm and 6:00 pm. 

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04/25/19
Lewis-Palmer Aliorum De Award Ceremony

Lewis-Palmer School District Aliorum De Award Ceremony
Celebration and reception to be held at the school district administration building on April 25, 2019, at 7:00 p.m.

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04/26/19
Arbor Day Celebration

Join us for our annual Arbor Day Celebration!
It will be held at the future Water Wise Demonstration Garden near the Santa Fe Trail 3rd Street Trail head. Parking is available at the 3rd Street Trail head. However, it is limited, so you are encouraged to walk or carpool.
We will demonstrate how to properly plant a tree, talk about the water wise demonstration garden, and have a limited amount of plants to giveaway

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04/26/19
The New Christy Minstrels: An American Large-Ensemble Folk Group

The New Christy Minstrels
Still Under the Direction of Randy Sparks

April 26, 2019, 7 p.m.

Because of a death in the New Christy Minstrels family, their concert (previously scheduled for December 15, 2018) is being postponed until April 26, 2019. Tickets already purchased will apply toward the new date. Thank you for your kind consideration.

           (This is NOT a tribute band.)  The New Christy Minstrels® (officially known as The New Christy Minstrels®, Still Under the Direction of Randy Sparks) is an American large-ensemble folk music group founded by Randy Sparks in 1961, and currently in concerts across the country, still going, better than ever with 100% record of at least one standing ovation per concert since Randy Sparks revised the group with the current line up of stellar entertainers!
From their beginnings as prominent figures in the early-1960s U.S. folk revival, the group recorded over 20 albums and had several hits, including Green, Green, Saturday Night, Today, Denver, and This Land Is Your Land. Their 1962 debut album, Presenting The New Christy Minstrels won a Grammy Award and sat in the Billboard charts for two years.  Available at their live concerts are the current CDs:  The Greatest Hits CD, RECYCLED; their most recently recorded CD with this group of performers,  NICE TIME TO BE ALIVE,  and a rare find in the recordings from the Sony Record vaults –  the RAMBLIN’  Extended CD.
           The group has launched the musical careers of several musicians, including Kenny Rogers, Gene Clark, Kim Carnes, and Barry McGuire.  No performing group has ever spawned so many successful musical careers as the New Christy Minstrels®.  “For over fifty years we have been the best talent show ever,” says Sparks. ” We still are.”  Don’t miss any opportunity to see this stellar group in concert!  For their history and present accomplishments visit www.thenewchristyminstrels.com

Advance Tickets: Members $25, Non-Members $27
Day of Show: Members $28, Non-members $30
Reserved Seating in First Five Rows: Additional $10 Per Ticket.


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04/26/19
Moths, Beetles and Bugs, Oh My!

Join Mile High Bug Club as we deploy blacklights to attract some of these natural wonders during the City Nature Challenge.  With luck you might glimpse Glover's Silkmoth, a beautiful and giant insect that frequents our foothill forests.  Entomologists will be on hand to help you record observations and answer your questions about insects, spiders, and other overlooked organisms.

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04/27/19
Great American Clean-up - Bear Creek or Fountain Creek Nature Centers

Join the community in this effort to complete cleanup projects at Bear Creek or Fountain Creek Nature Centers, or other sites around the city.  All ages welcome!

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04/27/19
Great American Cleanup - Monument

The Great American Cleanup / Pikes Peak Partners is a coalition consisting of the City of Colorado Springs, Colorado Springs Utilities, El Paso County, the City of Fountain,  Keep Colorado Springs Beautiful, The City of Manitou Springs, the Town of Monument, and UpaDowna.  In 2018, over 400 volunteers collected refuse at local parks, trails, creeks, roads, and town centers. We are encouraging civic organizations, churches, scout groups, school groups, and individuals to participate in 2019 as we give the Pikes Peak region a spring cleaning!  
 

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04/27/19
 -04/28/19
Spring Into Vintage

The Tri-Lakes Women’s Club will host 100-plus vendors at “Spring Into Vintage” April 27-28 at Lewis Palmer High School, 1300 Higby Rd. in Monument. The 43rd annual show touted to “Romance Your Home & Garden” will feature vintage, home décor, jewelry, antiques and food trucks. One of the shows most popular features is a homemade bakery sale.
 
Vendors from throughout the Rocky Mountain region will bring a variety of fun, creative, unusual items for your home. In addition, the show will feature entertainment. In addition, the Tri-Lakes Cruisers and the Studebaker Drivers Club will feature vintage cars each day outside the show.
 
The first 125 shoppers each day will receive a custom shopping bag stuffed with coupons and prizes. And, kids can participate in a $5 cakewalk each day at 1 p.m.
 
All proceeds from the show benefit non-profits and public schools in the Tri-Lakes area. The Tri-Lakes Women’s Club has given almost $1 million to aid local schools and charities.
 

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04/27/19
Saloon Night: WMMI April 27 Fundraiser Event



Join Western Museum of Mining & Industry for Our 1st Annual Saloon Night & Charity Event
!

Howdy cowboys and cowgirls! Join us for an evening of whiskey and wine tasting, silent auctions and raffles to benefit the museum! Come dressed in your best Western attire. (Sorry fellas-- guns must be checked at the door).

When: 
Saturday, April 27th @ 6pm 


Where: 
Western Museum of Mining & Industry
225 North Gate Blvd. | Colorado Springs, CO 80921
In the museum library and lobby area

$30/member | $45/person (general public)

***Space is limited and we'll fill up fast! Book your seat now at:
https://fareharbor.com/embeds/book/wmmi/items/128820/calendar/?flow=41147 

For more information, call 719-488-0880 or email wmmi.volunteer@gmail.com | RSVP to rsvp@wmmi.org
 

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04/28/19
Bible Study

   HERITAGE PENTECOSTAL CHURCH

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05/02/19
Chamber Networking Breakfast - 5/2/19

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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05/02/19
Nature Adventures: Little Dogs on the Prairie

Toddlers, accompanied by an adult,  will enjoy interactive, nature-themed activities, story time and short hikes.

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05/03/19
Telehealth Forum - First CO Springs Telehealth Forum

Event is free | registration is required | bring ticket 
Click here for registration


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05/04/19
Sat Morning Birding Stroll

Let’s see what birds we can see or hear on the trails of Bear Creek and discuss their behaviors and adaptations. Bring binoculars if you have them (Limited number available to borrow).


 

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05/04/19
Southern Colorado Walk to Defeat ALS

Join the movement! The Southern Colorado Walk to Defeat ALS is taking place on May 4th, 2019 at America the Beautiful Park in Colorado Springs, CO.
 
More than 10 years have passed since a Walk to Defeat ALS event in Colorado Springs, and we can’t wait for you to join us in bringing the Walk back to your community.
 
In 2018, we said goodbye to celebrities diagnosed with ALS, including physicist Stephen Hawking and Stephen Hillenburg, the creator of SpongeBob Squarepants. But there are so many more people in our communities battling this disease. They are your neighbors, your coworkers, your friends, or your family.

The ALS Association Rocky Mountain Chapter strives to fight ALS and empower people living with ALS today. We need your help in fighting ALS on all fronts: fundraising, advocacy, and medical research. By working together, we help to support families affected by ALS, expand care, and develop better treatments.
 
Most of all, we urgently need to find the cure for ALS. The Southern Colorado Walk to Defeat ALS unifies families, friends, communities, companies, and YOU in striding toward that goal.
 
SIGN UP TODAY FOR FREE, RAISE FUNDS, HAVE FUN, AND WALK WITH US!
 

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05/04/19
Fountain Creek Family Fun Day Festival

Explore over 20 outdoor activity stations including puppet shows, dinosaur fossils, bug sweeps, kite making, pond critters, crafts and more. Free slice of pizza for all participants from Papa Murphy’s.

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05/04/19
Ribbon Cutting - Ravissante Salon



Celebrate the Grand Opening of the Ravissante Salon!

Saturday, May 4
Open House - 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Ribbon Cutting - 10:30 am

Ravissante Salon
1729 Lake Woodmoor Drive
Monument, CO

Ravissante Salon is a beauty salon and spa featuring certified organic Intelligent Nutrients.
 

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05/05/19
Bible Study

   HERITAGE PENTECOSTAL CHURCH

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05/09/19
Twos and Threes Outdoors: Feline Friends

Preschoolers, accompanied by an adult,  will enjoy interactive, nature-themed activities, story time and short hikes.

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05/10/19
Homeschool Fridays - Awesome Arthropods

Not “bugs”—arthropods! Learn about insects, spiders, and their relatives with a puppet show, arthropod activity, and guided hike to catch arthropods. Geared towards grades K-2.

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05/11/19
Spring Bird Count at Fountain Creek

Beginning to advanced birders count and record the numbers of bird species and populations found in Fountain Creek Regional Park during the height of spring migration.

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05/11/19
A Time To Dance's Spring Performance

A Time To Dance presents its Spring Performance... Festival of the Clock, excerpts from Coppelia! Along with Neverland, a theatrical adaptation of Peter Pan, and Psalm 23: The Lord is my Shepherd.



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05/11/19
Rufus Cappadocia - World Renowned Cellist in Concert

World Renowned Cellist
Performing Live at the Tri-Lakes Center for the Arts

“Calling Rufus Cappadocia a cello player is like calling Willie Mays an outfielder. Mingus would be proud of him. Cappadocia destroys any preconceptions you may have about cello as a classical instrument. He plays by his own rules and envelopes you with his own unique sound and style.” — AMAZON.COM

Cappadocia plays a five-string cello and an eight-string quartertone guitar, both of his own design. He performs regularly with the Bethany and Rufus Roots Quartet (USA / Niger / Haiti); Bonga Jean-Baptiste’s Vodou Drums of Haiti (Haiti);  Peter, Bethany & Rufus (USA);  Ilham featuring Gaida Hinawi (Syria);  Vishal Vaid Ghazal Ensemble (India); Paradox Trio (USA / Macedonia); and Stellamara (USA); as well as his Unaccompanied Solo Performances.

“I’ve studied a lot of different musical vocabularies,” Rufus Cappadocia explains. “And I’ve played with musicians literally from around the world. But, in the end, music all comes down to a single source. You can be pulled this way or that, but essentially it all converges on the same location. Every doorway leads back to one place.” He pauses before adding with a laugh, “I guess you could say my whole life has been an attempt at getting to that place.” Meet cellist Rufus Cappadocia, a multi-lingual musician, performer, composer and recording artist of incredible range and diversity. From the modalities of Middle Eastern, West African and pan-European folk forms to blues, rock and jazz along the way, adding elements American roots, Mediterranean textures, and Caribbean percussion for good measure, Cappadocia’s effortless and natural embrace of all music is awe-inspiring.

After living and performing throughout Europe, Cappadocia relocated to New York where he set up a more or less permanent base, intent, in his words, “on playing with as many different musicians as I could. If my travels had taught me anything, it was the value of playing with other artists.” In short order Cappadocia joined the multi-faceted jazz ensemble, The Paradox Trio, though the nomadic artist was embraced by virtually every artist and musical community he sought out, including such widely assorted musicians as Celtic pioneer Seamus Eagan and master Haitian drummer “Bonga” Jean-Baptiste with the Vodou Drums of Haiti; musical polymath Ross Daly, who was instrumental in introducing Cappadocia to Middle Eastern and Balkan music; Vishal Vaid, a virtuoso Indian Ghazal vocalist and guitarist David Fiuczynski, with whom he formed the Eastern Modal fusion group, Kif.

Add to this list such marquee names as Aretha Franklin, Odetta, Cheick Tidiane Seck, and Vernon Reid, former guitarist of Living Color – all of whom Cappadocia has worked with – and his reputation as a world-class artist with a world-spanning musical reach makes perfect sense. And, like that list, it’s a reputation that continues to grow as the cellist forges new alliances in the most unlikely musical domains.

Which, in the final analysis, is the whole point. “I look back on everything I’ve been doing for the last twenty years,” Cappadocia concludes, “and can see the way it’s all linked and how it circles back to the beginning. With Songs For Cello, I’ve returned to solo performance again. It’s all live, with an emphasis on the intuitive. Those are the things I’ve learned how to do through all my explorations and collaborations. Even as I’ve incorporated these experiences, it brings me back to the basics and it’s the same with the music. Eastern modal traditions; Hendrix riffs; the blues and folk music; it’s all one source that you keep tapping into in different ways.”

It’s a lifelong quest that had made Rufus Cappadocia a master of music’s universal language, in all its astounding diversity.


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05/12/19
Bible Study

   HERITAGE PENTECOSTAL CHURCH

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05/13/19
Business Resources Fair

Come join the Pikes Peak Library at Library 21c, 1175 Chapel Hills Drive on May 13th from 9 am to 2 pm to meet the many free and low cost resources you can get needed information from to start or grow your business.  Meet the people who can assist in growing your business. This also includes some businesses who support the local community as wel. Call Terry Zarsky at 719-531-6333 x6119 for further informationor e-mail tzarsky@ppld.org.


 

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05/15/19
Monthly Education May - Cybersecurity Simplified: What Your Small Business Needs To Know



FREE EVENT for members and non-members

You may think cyber attacks only happen to the corporate giants. But as a small business owner, you are actually more at risk than all of them! The issue of cyber security has become a central focus of companies, big and small, across all industries. As more individuals and small businesses become increasingly dependent on our networked and interconnected infrastructure, cybercrime and cyber criminals have become much more sophisticated in their techniques for stealing identities and using them to extract funds and make fraudulent purchases. Join us in this session to understand how your small business may be at risk and what you can do to protect your customers and your assets. 

Presented by:
Rodney Gallette
SBDC Cybersecurity Consultant
Founder, Firma IT Solutions

Sponsored by:

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05/15/19
Aiken Audubon Monthly Program: Birds of the Past

Join Kelsey Mazur to learn about birds from the past. Free and open to the public. Social and refreshments at 6:30 p.m.


 

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05/16/19
Chamber Networking Breakfast - 5/16/19

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:
Steve Laski - CRJ Contractors
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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05/17/19
 -05/19/19
Fifth Annual Pikes Peak Birding and Nature Festival

Discover new birds when you register for the local festival that promotes conservation and education, building upon the natural and agricultural heritage resources of the Pikes Peak Region. Choose from over 30 field trips and activities.


 

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05/17/19
HEAR It HERE


FREE HEARING SCREENINGS, and hands-on experience with the latest in hearing assistive devices for your home.  Device suppliers, audiologists, service providers and members of Gleneagle Sertoma and HLAA Colorado Springs Chapter are organizing and sponsoring the event.  FREE OF CHARGE.

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05/17/19
Ribbon Cutting - Heritage Pentecostal Church



Join Heritage Pentecostal Church in celebrating their 5 month anniversary!

Ribbon Cutting - 12:30 pm
Open House - Noon - 1:00 pm

Monument Library
1706 Lake Woodmoor Dr,
Monument, CO 80132

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05/18/19
 -05/19/19
Colfax Marathon


Join Help Autism & Shandy Clinic at the Colfax Marathon. Denver, CO May 18-19-2019.
We are looking for runners & walkers to join the Help Autism Team.

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05/18/19
Walk MS: Colorado Springs

Walk MS: Colorado Springs is the annual fundraising event for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society in Colorado Springs. The event MS has 1 mile and 3 mile accessible routes and a great community atmosphere! Team up with friends, loved ones and co-workers to change the world for everyone affected by MS. Ending multiple sclerosis for good will take all of us. Together, we become a powerful force. And with every step we take, every mile we walk, every dollar we raise...we're that much closer. Together, we will end MS forever.

Registration opens at 7:30, the program starts at 9:00 and the Walk starts at 9:30am.


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05/18/19
Heritage Pentecostal Free BBQ in the Park Event

Heritage Pentecostal church is going to meet at 11 o’clock on Saturday, May 18 and it’s a family event. Folks will bring kids because of course there is a playground for the kids. We will have a free barbecue at noon. People will drift on by and get a free hamburger. This isn’t a fundraiser, just fun and open to the public. We will have music and singing. We will be there until 2 o’clock or so. We are just glad to be here in the town and want to get to know people and want them to get to know us.

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05/19/19
Song Spinners

Song Spinners is an Entertainment Troupe/Show Choir whose members are volunteers who love to sing, dance and entertain others. They perform about 50 shows a year around the Colorado Springs vicinity for community organizations, businesses, retirement facilities, etc. Song Spinners has been designated by the City of Colorado Springs as the Official Colorado Springs Show Choir.

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05/19/19
Bible Study

   HERITAGE PENTECOSTAL CHURCH

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05/25/19
Wild Food Foraging

What edible wild plants grow nearby? Join us for a tour of wild / edibles and practical food uses by the
experienced forager and teacher, Wild Food Girl. If we’re lucky, we’ll find enough to forage and sample.
 

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05/26/19
Bible Study

   HERITAGE PENTECOSTAL CHURCH

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05/30/19
Junior Docent Training

Fountain Creek Nature Center is seeking motivated teens to develop public speaking experience, learn about nature, earn service hours and work at least four 3-hour shifts during the summer. Written application, interview and training required. Contact Nancy Bernard at nancybernard@elpasoco.com for an application.

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06/01/19
Cirque du Monument 2019

Cirque du Monument 2019

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06/04/19
Chamber Orientation - June



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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06/05/19
Monthly Education June - Everyone Sells Something: Basic Techniques for Improving Your Sales Game



FREE EVENT for members and non-members

When you take on the challenge of being an entrepreneur, you take on the role of sales person. Cold calling. Lead generation. Overcoming objections. Closing. Most of these things do not come naturally, even if you are passionate about your product or service. It takes preparation and practice. During this interactive session, you'll be designing a sales strategy, working on your verbiage and role playing a prospect conversation.

Presented by:
Tascha Yoder
SBDC Consultant
Owner, The Center for Powerful Living

Sponsored by:

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06/05/19
Ribbon Cutting - Liberty Mutual Insurance - Jennifer Fluegge

Celebrate the opening of a new office location!

Ribbon Cutting - 4:00 pm
Open House - 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Liberty Mutual Insurance - Jennifer Fluegge
Address TBD

Liberty Mutual Insurance specializes in home, auto, and life insurances and annuities.  


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06/17/19
 -06/21/19
STEAM Summer Camp @ Western Museum of Mining & Industry




Join us for our 2019 STEAM Summer Camp!
@ Western Museum of Mining & Industry


Hey Parents & Educators!
Looking for ways to keep your kids engaged this summer break? Western Museum of Mining & Industry has the perfect opportunity!

5 FULL DAYS OF EDUCATIONAL FUN!
Exciting activities centered on:

Science | Technology | Engineering | Art | Math

WHO:
KIDS 3RD - 7TH GRADE

WHEN:
JUNE 17th—21ST, 2019
MONDAY—FRIDAY 9 AM—3:30 PM 
(HALF-DAYS AVAILABLE)

WHERE:
Western Museum of Mining & Industry
225 North Gate Blvd. Colorado Springs, CO 80921
(Exit 156, across the the North Gate of United States Air Force Academy)

PRICE:
$175  Full Week
$45    Per Day

*** Space is limited and we’ll fill up fast! To register, please visit the link below! ***
https://fareharbor.com/embeds/book/wmmi/items/130981/availability/222581353/book/?flow=41147

For more information, call 719-488-0880 or email wmmi.volunteer@gmail.com


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06/23/19
Rose Wine Social

Join us Sunday, June 23rd at the Tri-Lakes Center for the Arts in Palmer Lake, CO for a “Rosé Wine Social” organized by The Wine Seller. This wine tasting, benefitting the Tri-Lakes Center for the Arts, will feature more than 50 of the latest and greatest rosé wines from around the world. A summer day without rosé is like a night without stars…so join us and savor the rosé! Enjoy live music and fine art while you sip.

This event is open to the public and tickets are limited. The price is just $40 per person in advance, or $45 at the door. Delicious food items will be available for an additional purchase at the TLCA’s ArtHouse Cafe.


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06/28/19
Kim Richey Live

Kim Richey Live in Concert
Benefit for the Friends of Castlewood Canyon
Friday, June 28 7 P.M.


Kim Richey is a traveler.  Musically, physically, emotionally. Not merely restless or rootless, it’s who she is. Willing to follow where the music leads, she’s landed in Los Angeles, Nashville, London, working with a who’s who of producers – Richard Bennett, Hugh Padgham, Bill Bottrell, Angelo, Giles Martin. She’s attracted a coterie of top-shelf genre-definers — Jason Isbell, Trisha Yearwood, Chuch Prophet, My Morning Jacket’s Carl Broemel, Wilco’s Pat Sansone – for her critically-lauded projects.

Part of what draws them to the dusky honey of her crystalline alto is the way she writes: to and from the soul, never flinching from the conflicts and crushing moments, yet always finding dignity and resilience. Her arc of the human heart is true. True enough that over the years, Richey’s been both Grammy nominated and awarded. First nominated for Yearwood’s truculently groove-country “Baby, I Lied,” then part of the Best Southern Gospel, Country or Bluegrass Album Amazing Grace 2: A Country Salute to Gospel, plus that #1 co-written with Radney Foster “Nobody Wins.”“Harlan Howard said – and maybe I’ve taken it too much to heart, ‘It’s always more believable if you sing it in the first person.’ And when I sit down to write, if it’s something I’m going to sing, I want it to be what I want it to be. I don’t really settle, which may make me a little hard to write with. But I have to be able to stand up and sing it night after night, and I can’t if I don’t really believe it.”

Those standards made Richey’s “Glimmer” one of TIME’s Top Records of 1999 and “Rise” named People’s Best Alt-Country Record of 2002. Even when singing from the point of view of a guy working on a barge going up and down the Ohio River in “Dear John,” her aim is true. As she says of the man refusing to read the letter that ends his romance, “because if I don’t read your letter, then it’s not over. Sometimes these songs are specific and personal, but it’s also true in ways that reflect so many other people’s experience, too.”

Doors: 6 p.m. for TLCA Members & Friends of Castlewood Canyon;  6:15 p.m. for General Public
Advance Tickets:TLCA Members and Friends of Castlewood Canyon $18 / Non-Members $20
Day of Show: Members and Friends of Castlewood Canyon $20 / Non-Members $22
Reserved Seats in First Five Rows: $10 each in addition to ticket purchase


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07/17/19
Monthly Education July - Where's The Money?



FREE EVENT for members and non-members

Where's The Money?! Funding Options for Starting or Growing Your Business.

Whether you are just starting your business or need more funding for an existing business, finding the money for your venture is one of the most tricky hurdles to overcome. There are a variety of ways you can find funding, and a variety of organizations, people, and resources available to you. What options are right for you? Where should you even start? We designed this course to be an insightful overview of the various options available to you -- including traditional bank loans, microlending, SBA loans, venture capital, angel investing, grant-funding, crowd-funding, bootstrapping, etc. 

Presented by:
Robin Roberts
President, Pikes Peak National Bank

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