What’s Happening 6/26/15 – 7/3/15

March 19th, 2015

EVENTS
Through June 30: Bike to Work, Bike to Play. Throughout Estes Park
June 26& 27: Westernaires. Estes Park Events Complex. 7 pm
June 26-28: Estes Park Horse Show. Estes Park Events Complex
June 26: Cool Nights Cruz-in car Show. Adjacent to Bond Park. 5:30 pm
June 27 & 28: Scandinavian Midsummer Festival. Bond Park 9:30 am
June 29-30 & July 3-4: Professional Bull Riding – touring Pro Division. Estes Park Events Complex. 7 pm.
June 30: Movies in the Mountains – Ran off the Rooster and the Great Outdoors. Performance Park 6 pm
July 3: Estes Park Board of REALTORS’ Go 4th Festival. Estes Park Events Complex. 4 pm
July 3-5: 4th of July Weekend Celebration. Throughout Estes Park.
Weekly on Tues: Free 5K Group Run. Starts at the Stanley Hotel. 6 pm
Weekly on Tues & Thurs: BINGO at the American Legion. American Legion Post
119
Weekly on Thurs: Estes Valley Farmer’s Market. Bond Park. 8 am
MUSIC & ENTERTAINMENT
June 26: Open Mic Night with the Mountain Town Rockers. Elk Meadow Lodge 6:30 pm
June 26: Richard Geppinger. Barlow Plaza. 5:30 pm
June 26: The John Mills Orchestra – Jazz in June Series. Performance Park. 7 pm
June 26: Summerfest 2015 – Queen City Jazz Band. YMCA of the Rockies. 7:30 pm
June 26: Cadillac Grip. Rock Inn. 9:30 pm
June 27: Academy Jazz Ensemble, Blue 88’s & Boulder Big Band – Jazz in June Series: Performance Park 2 pm
June 27: Branden Sipes. Barlow Plaza. 5: 30 pm
June 27 & July 3: The Osburns. Elk Meadow Lodge 6:30 pm
June 27: Billy Shaddox. Rock Inn. 7 pm
June 28: Music in the Mountains: Faculty Concert. Rocky Ridge Concert Hall. 3 pm.
June 28: Bradley Mayhew – Magic. Barlow Plaza. 5:30 pm
June 30: Summerfest 2015 – Justin Roth. YMCa of the Rockies 7:30 pm
July 30: Open Mic with Jon Pickett. Ed’s Cantina. 7 pm
July 1: Laurie Dameron. Barlow Plaza. 5:30 pm
July 1: Gary Hall. Rock Inn. 6 pm
July 1: Matthew Gurnsey, The Kilted Man. Mary’s Lake Lodge. 6 pm
July 1: Riverside Ramblers. Performance Park. 7 pm
July 2: 101st Arm Band (National Guard Reserve Ensemble). The Stanley Hotel. 4 pm
July 2: Gary Hall. Barlow Plaza. 5:30 pm
July 2: Ladies Night w/ the Mountain Town Rockers. Estes Park Resort. 6 pm
July 2: Just Jill. Rock Inn. 6 pm
July 2: Jeff VanDevender. Performance Park. 7 pm
July 3: Music in the Mountains: Special Guest Concert Rocky Ridge Concert Hall. 7 pm
July 3: Live Music on the River Walk with the Mountain Town Rockers. Aspen & Evergreen Gallery. 5 pm
July 3: Jack & Gary. Barlow Plaza. 5:30 pm
July 3: Ran Off the Rooster. Rock Inn. 9 pm
Weekly , Tues: Open Bluegrass Jam.
Rock Inn. 6 pm
Weekly, Sun, Mon & Tues. Cowboy Sing Along with Brad Fitch. Bond Park. 7 pm.
Weekly, Tues & Wed: James Davis. Spanish and Classical Guitar. Twin Owls Steakhouse. 6 pm
Weekly, Wed: Open Mic. Lonigans. 9 pm
Weekly, Fri & Sat: Ray Young. Jazz Piano. Nicky’s Steakhouse. 5 pm
Weekly, Wed, Thurs, Fri 7 Sat: Garry Valero. Jazz Piano. Nicky’s steakhouse. 7 pm Wed & Thurs, 8 pm Fri & Sat
Weekly, Fri: Steve Smersh. Chelito’s. 5 pm
Weekly, Fri & Sat: Karaoke. Lonigans. 9 pm
Weekly, Sat: Live Music. Kind Coffee.
5 pm
THEATRE
June 26-28: “Coming Apart.” The Baldpate Key-Thedral Theater. Fri & Sat 6:30 pm, Sun 2:30 pm
June 25-27: The Hobbit, a Soggy Saga. Estes Park High School Auditorium. Thurs: 1 pm Fri: 7 pm Sat: 4 pm
SEMINARS, CLASSES & LECTURES
June 29: Pioneers of the Peaks: Local Climbers Who made Histrory Surviving a Fall on Longs Peak with Nathan Di. Park Village Playhouse. 7 pm
Weekly, Mon, Tues & Fri: Downtown History Walking Tours. Bond Park. 8:15 am
Weekly on Mon, Wed, Fri & Sat: Sip & Paint. Learn to paint while enjoying
drinks. Murphy’s Resort. Mon & Wed at 6 pm. Fri & Sat at 7 pm
Weekly on Wednesday: Summer Enchanted Evenings. Baldpate Inn. 7 pm
Weekly on Wednesday: Bugs & Brews. Tie flies, fishing talk and tasty brews Rock Inn. 6 pm
ROCKY MOUNTAIN
NATIONAL PARK
Celebrate 100 years of Rocky Mountain National Park by visiting the Beaver
Meadows Visitor Center to learn more about wildlife, the junior ranger program, recreational opportunities and more! Ranger-led programs on weekends. Details call: 970-586-1206
Evening & Ranger-Led Programs. Offered daily. For more information call 970-586-1206.
June 26: Bob Flame: Stories from a RMNP Ranger. Beaver Meadows Visitor Center.
June 30: Hollowell Park Nature Hunt: A Virtual Geocache Adventure. Hollowell Park. 9:30 am
Rocky Mountain Conservancy. Nature seminars for everyone in the family. Fees apply. For details, locations and registration call 970-586-3262.
June 26: Edible & Medicinal Plants of the Rockies: Plants for Hunger & Health. 8:30 am
June 26: Secret Places in RMNP. Cub Lake Trailhead. 8 am
June 26 & July 3: Sunset Safari: An Educational Adventure by Bus. Fall River Visitor Center. 6 pm
June 27 & 28: RMNP: The First 100 Years. 8:30 am
June 27: 100 Years, 100 Flowers: Wildflowers of RMNP. 8:30 am
June 30: Grand Lake Safari: An Educational Adventure by Bus. 8 am
July 1 & 2: Journey to the Top! A Trail Ridge Road Bus adventure. 9 am
July 1: What’s Hiding Underwater? 9 am
July 2: Summer Birding with a Naturalist. 7 am
July 2: Campfire Ghost Stories: Living History Tales of the West. Moraine Park Discovery Center. 7:30 pm
July 3: To Be a Tree. Moraine Park Discovery Center. 10 am
EXHIBITS
June 26: Images of RMNP Gallery Presents Happy 100th! Images of RMNP. 4 pm
June 26: “Connections.” Art Center of Estes Park. Through August 2nd
18th Summer Art Walk. Cultural Arts Council. Through September 7.
Celebrating Rocky – Invitational Show and Sale. Cultural Arts Center. Through July 26
Climb On! History of Rock Climbing in Estes Park & Rocky Mountain National Park. Estes Park Museum. Continues through Oct. 4