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Veteran's Day at Mountain Resource Center 

Wednesday, November 11, 2009 from 11a.m. - 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. - 8 p.m.
Tickets are $25 and bowls designed and donated by local artisans as gifts to participants
click here for more info


  • Kebler Pass (near Crested Butte)
  • Dallas Divide (Colorado Highway 62 between Ridgeway and Telluride)
  • Elk River Road (Colorado Highway 133 between Carbondale and Paonia)
  • McClure Pass (Colorado Highway 17 between Antonito and Cumbres)
  • Conejos River
  • Castle Creek & Maroon Creek Roads (Aspen)
  • Grand Mesa (Colorado 65)
  • Crooked Creek Pass (From Eagle to Basalt)
  • Gold Camp Road (Colorado Springs to Cripple Creek)

Best Time of Year to View Autumn Leaves

East of Continental Divide - Sept. 15 - 25

West of Continental Divide - Sept. 20-30

San Juan - Sept. 25 - Oct. 10

Corn Maze

Fridays-Sundays, Sept. 4-Oct. 31
Navigate the twists and turns of the newly designed 8-acre cornfield. The winding pathways are cut in the shape of a dinosaur.

The Denver Center for the Performing Arts

> Girls Only
Now Playing
The Voysey Inheritance
        Sept 18-Oct 24
        Sept 22-Sep 27
The Beatles Bash
        Sept 26
A Raisin in the Sun
        Oct 1-Oct 31
        Oct 7-Nov 15
Wicked VIP Evening
        Oct 16
        Nov 6-Dec 19
Absurd Person Singular
        Nov 13-Dec 19
A Christmas Carol
        Nov 27-Dec 26
When Tang Met Laika
        Jan 22-Feb 27
        Jan 29-Feb 27
Mama Hated Diesels
        Mar 19-May 9
        Mar 26-May 1

Mariela in the Desert
        Apr 2-May 15


Evergreen Colorado Farmer's Market
The Evergreen Farmer's Market
The Bergan Village Shopping Center
May – October
Tuesdays, 10:00 a.m.- 3:00 p.m

Conifer Colorado Farmer's Market
The Conifer Farmer's Market
Our Lady of the Pines Catholic Church off Eagle Cliff Road
May – September 10
Thursdays, 3 p.m.- 7:00 p.m

Metro Denver Farmer's Market
Modays Tamarac
S. Tamarac Dr & E. Hampden Ave.
11 a.m. - 3 p.m.

Tuesdays Aurora
333 Havana Street
11 a.m. - 3 p.m.

Wednesdays Aspen Grove
7301 S Santa Fe
11 a.m. - 3 p.m

Thursdays Wheat Ridge
4252 Wadsworth Blvd.
11 a.m. - 3 p.m

Saturdays Southwest Plaza
W. Bowles and S. Wadsworth
8 a.m. - 2 p.m

Sundays Highlands Ranch Town Center
Between Lucent Blvd. and Broadway
10 a.m. - 2 p.m

Log and Timber Home Show

Log and Timber Home Show at the Denver Merchandise Mart
Friday, October 2, 2009 - Sunday, October 4, 2009
The Log and Timber Home Show is the premier marketplace for those seeking new log or timber home packages.  www.TheLogandTimberHomeShow.com


1st Annual Evergreen Colorado Oktoberfest
Sunday, September 20, 2009 - Evergreen Lake House, 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Sample the various brews and wines, brats, barbeque, and just sit a spell to enjoy the music. Area bands will provide a variety of great live music as well as the traditional Oom-Pah sounds.  Oktoberfest in Evergreen will benefit special needs program


Drive Smart & Jeffco Action Center 2009 Golf Classic
Evergreen Golf Course
Friday, August 31, 2009
8AM Shotgun Start
Registration Deadline July 31, 2009
Contact:  Tony Perry 303.903.3681
$95 per player or a foursome for $380
Price includes golf, cart and lunch.


The Big Chili Cook-Off, Music and Arts Festival
Sunday, September 13, 2009.
Evergreen Lake House, located at 29614 Upper Bear Creek Rd.
Gates open at 11 a.m. with chili sampling beginning at noon.
Live music will begin at 11 a.m. and run continuously tell 5 p.m.
Chili awards and Fire fighter tribute will be at 5 p.m.
The event features a chili cook-off competition, live music, the Firefighter Challenge competition, juried Art Show and children's activities.  8th Annual Big Chili Cook-Off, Music & Arts Festival benefits the six Mountain Area Fire Departments and the Blue Spruce Kiwanis Foundation

2009 Summerfest Art Festival
Saturday and Sunday, July 18 - July 19
10 a.m. - 5 p.m. on the athletic fields at Buchanan Park.

Featuring 100 artisans from across the county and live music for your enjoyment! Please bring a non-perishable food item and you will eligible to win a work of art - benefits go to ECHO Food Bank.

Evergreen Lake 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. every other Wed from June 3 to August 26
June 3 Something Underground
June 17 Oakhurst
July 1 Catfish Kray Blues Band
July 15 Kamikazi Klones
July 29 Judge Roughneck
Aug 12 Jessica Soner
Aug 26 Jakarta

Evergreen Jazz Festival
Friday through Sunday, July 24 - July 26
Swing, Blues, Boogie, Ragtime and Dixieland. 

Conifer Mountain Music Festival
Saturday, August 1, 2009
Beaver Ranch Park - 11363 South Foxton Road - Conifer, CO 80433

Music, fun, games, crafts, art, food and entertainment. 
Music in the foothills at Beaver Ranch Open Space. Live music from local and regional bands as well as the Conifer Mountain Music Festival Battle Of The Bands.  Enjoy the all new Extreme Youth Arena featuring a Rock Climbing Wall, Mountain Bike Obstacle Course and more.

sponsored by Conifer Chamber of Commerce

CITY PARK JAZZ SCHEDULE Sunday nights at 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. June 7 to August 9
June 7 Cocktail Revolution
June 14 Tersa Carrol & the Big Swing Trio
June 21 Jon Romero y Amanecer
June 28 The Michael Friedman Jazz Quintet
July 5 Purnell Steen and Le Jazz Machine
July 12 Buckner Funken Jazz
July 19 The Wendy Fopeano Group
July 26 Chris Daniels and the Kings
August 2 The Otone Brass Band
August 9 Funkiphino
HOT SOUNDS AT DENVER PAVILLIONS Thursday nights at 5pm and 7pm
Currently no concerts scheduled for 2009. Check back on the above website to see if that changes.

City Center Englewood Amphitheater Thursday Evenings at 6:30 pm June 18 to August 6
(at the base of the light rail bridge, next to the Englewood Civic Center)
June 18 Dean Bushnell Orchestra: Big Band & Ballroom from the 30s to 50s
June 25 Mile High Banjo Society: Dixieland, Bluegrass & Polka
July 2 101st Army Band: American & Patriotic Music
July 9 17th Avenue All-Stars: Award-winning A Cappella
July 16 Atomic Brass Project: Classic Rock, Funk, and Rhythm & Blues
July 23 Kory Brunson Band: Country
July 30 After Midnight Jazz Band: Country
August 6 Kenny Cordova and the Olde Rock Band: Classic 50s-60s Rock & Roll and Motown

CONFLUENCE CONCERTS Thursdays at 6:30pm July 2 to July 23
July 2 Shuffleton
July 9 Eric Trujillo and the Mambotet
July 16 Donna Angelle and the Zudeco Posse
July 23 Dotsero
All concerts begin at 6:30p.m. and continue until 8:00p.m. Food and beverages will be on site for any and all hungry and thirsty concert goers. Confluence Park is located at 15th and Little Raven in LoDo. It is across the South Platte River from the REI Flagship store and Colorado Ocean Journey on Platte Street. Parking will be available at the Downtown Aquarium for $6.00.

CONCERTS AT THE CRESCENT All shows Tuesdays, 7-8:30 p.m. June 2 to August 4
Goldsmith Metropolitan District and DTC/Meridian Shea Properties present free concerts at the Crescent Amphitheater, 8350 East Crescent Parkway (directly behind Yia Yia's Euro Cafe, Belleview at DTC Blvd.) Bring your family and a picnic dinner if you like. Dogs and other pets are not permitted. Free parking is available at the Crescent Amphitheater. Concerts are open to the public and subject to rescheduling in the event of bad weather. Free parking is available. Pets are not permitted on the grounds.
June 2 Nacho Men
June 9 Conjunto Colores
June 16 BoogieLicious
June 23 Dirty Shoes
June 30 One on One
July 7 Tuxedo Juntion
July 14 Soul X
July 21 Runnin’ Wild
July 28 Tidal Wave
Aug 4 The Fab-4

Green Valley Ranch Amphitheater All shows are on Wednesdays, 7-8:30 p.m.
June 17 to July 15 (except July 4 -- see below)
Oakwood Homes presents its Summer Concert Series at the Green Valley Ranch Amphitheater located at 4890 Argonne Way. Bring your family and a picnic dinner, or purchase your food and drinks at the show. Concerts are open to the public and subject to rescheduling in the event of bad weather. Free parking is available. Pets are not permitted on the grounds.
June 17 Tiny Barge and the Big Chill
June 24 Manuel Molina
July 4 (8-9:30) Stretch 9 (followed by fireworks)
July 8 Judge Roughneck
July 15 AOA with the 17th Ave All-Stars

City of Thornton’s Summer Concerts in the Park All shows are on Thursdays at 7p.m.
June 11 to August 6
Concerts are open to the public and subject to rescheduling in the event of bad weather. Free parking is available.
June 11 - Manuel Molina Band (Latin)
Community Park, Thornton Pkwy. & York St.
June 18 - Tiny Barge Band (R&B/ Motown)
Redwood Estates, 9595 Pecos St.
June 25 - Western Flyers (Rock/Country/Bluegrass)
Community Park, Thornton Pkwy. & York St.
July 9 - Opie Gone Bad (Rock)
Cherrywood Park, 138th Pl. & Madison St.
July 16 - Groove Machine (Dance)
Sherwood Hills Park, 100th Ave. & Detroit St.
July 23 - AOA (Variety/Popular Dance)
Woodglen/Brookshire Park, 11700 Clayton St.
July 30 - Lionel Young (Blues/Variery)
Cherrywood Park, 138th Pl. & Madison St.
August 6 - Chris Daniels & The Kings (Variety/Dance)
Community Park, Thornton Pkwy. & York St.


Slash Drop-off Options for Mountain Residents

Remote slash collection schedules for mountain residents have been set for the 2009 season. Citizens may use remote sites or the Rooney Road facility. Below is a list of remote sites and open dates.

June 13 & 14
8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Locations: Conifer High School
and Inter-Canyon Fire Station #3 on Settler's Drive

June 27 & 28
8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Location: Evergreen High School

July 18 & 19
8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Elk Creek
Locations: Conifer High School
and North Fork Fire Dept. Station #1, 19384 Hwy 126 in Buffalo Creek.

August 15 & 16
8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Locations : Inter-Canyon Fire Station #3, Settler's Drive
and Foothills Fire Dept., Hwy 40 and Lookout Mountain Road

Collection site will accept the following items:

Slash / limbs / tree debris / pine needles
Maximum length: 8 Feet
Maximum diameter: 6 Inches

Collection site will NOT accept the following items:
Household trash / tree stumps
Construction material
Refuse from commercial operations

Questions? Please call Emergency Management at 303-271-4900.

Fees for Remote Slash Collection Program
Small Pickup - Bed High: $5
Small Pickup - Cab High: $8
Small Pickup - Above Cab High: $10

Large Pickup - Bed High: $8
Large Pickup - Cab High: $10
Large Pickup - Above Cab High: $12

Trailer - Single Axle: $10
Trailer - Double Axle: $15

Dump Truck - Cab High: $20
Dump Truck - Above Cab High: $25


Ride from Evergreen to Avon over three mountain passes.
Route description/elevation: 120 miles from Evergreen to Avon over Squaw (11,140 ft.), Loveland (11,990 ft.), Swan Mountain and Vail (10,560 ft.) passes, with over 10,000 ft. of lung-busting gain in elevation!

10:00 am Friday July 10th - Warm up Ride - Evergreen Short Tour

Date: Jul 10 2009 10:00am - 12:00pm
4:00 pm - Pasta Dinner and Bicycle-themed Exhibition: "Cycling Reframed" at the Center for the Arts Evergreen
Team Evergreen and the Triple Bypass are pleased to announce our sponsorship of the Center for the Arts Evergreen (CAE) exhibit – Cycling Reframed: A Bicycle-Themed Exhibition. The art exhibit will run from June 26th – July 24th at the Center (located at 32003 Ellingwood Trail, Evergreen – adjacent to Buchanan Recreation Center). To coincide with the Triple Bypass, a Pre-Triple Pasta Dinner will be offered at CAE on Friday, July 10th from 4 – 7 p.m. The Gallery will be open for viewing of the art work. This event is open to all Team Evergreen members and Triple Bypass participants – advance tickets are required. Due to space restrictions, a maximum of 600 tickets will be offered.

Tickets pricing is: $13 for adults and $8 for children 12 and under. Price includes pasta (with two different sauces), meatballs, salad, bread, dessert and beverages. Pasta Dinner Online Registration or Mail-in form. 

JULY 4,  2009    FREEDOM RUN 5K

An Independence Day tradition since 1982, starts at 8 a.m. at Evergreen Middle School and finishes with an awards ceremony and post-race party at Nick’s Pro Fitness.
Early registration has begun online.
  You can sign up and pay your registration fee now, and pick up your t-shirt, race bib and timing chip at the starting line July 4.  All proceeds benefit Mt. Evans Hospice and Home Health Care. To register, or for more information, visit Mt. Evans’ website and click on red, white and blue “Freedom Run 2009” button.

Hiwan Homestead Museum 150th Birthday Celebration

Saturday, July 4, 2009
Noon to 3 P. M.
4208 S Timbervale Drive - Evergreen, CO 80439

High Line Cornet Band, 150th Birthday Cake, Old-Time Children's Games, Model "A" Truck from Humphrey Museum, Lookout Mountain Nature Center Coyote Program and more.  FREE EVENT!

Evergreen Music Fourth of July Festival
Evergreen Colorado Lake House off Upper Bear Creek
Saturday, July 4, 2009
3 P. M.
Evergreen Colorado Lake House - Upper Bear Creek - Evergreen, CO 80439

A Fourth of July symphony orchestra comes to Evergreen for an annual celebration of patriotic music on the lawn near the Evergreen Colorado Lake House.  Free transportation from Evergreen High School.  Denver Brass and classical pianist Peter Simons are scheduled to perform.  Also on the bill are the Evergreen Chorale, Colorado Isle of Mull Pipes and Drums, and Rocky Mountain Highland Dancers. Performances begin at 10 a.m.

Cherry Creek Art Festival
Evergreen Colorado Lake House off Upper Bear Creek
Friday - Sunday, July 3-5, 2009
10 a.m. - 8 P. M.
Cherry Creek Shopping District - 2-3rd & Fillmore - Denver, CO 

19th annual festival showcases visual, culinary, performing and interactive arts for the whole family.


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