What’s Happening 5/22/15 – 6/5/15

March 19th, 2015

EVENTS
May 22, 23: Stanley Table Dinner featuring Black Bottle Brewery. The Stanley Hotel. 6:30 pm
May 23, 24, 25: Memorial Day Weekend Art Market. Bond Park. 9 am
May 23: 5th Annual Lawson Skate Comp & Longboard Challenge. Lawson Skate Park. 2 pm
May 25: Memorial Day Observance. Estes Valley Memorial Gardens. 11 am
May 29: Windows to the West Artist & Buyers Gala. Estes Park Events Complex. 7 pm
May 31: American Legion Post 119 Scholarship Golf Tournament. Estes Park 18 Hole Golf Course. 8 am
Weekly on Tues: Free 5K Group Run. Starts at the Stanley Hotel. 6 pm
MUSIC & ENTERTAINMENT
May 22: James Davis. Classical Guitar. Twin Owls Steakhouse. 6 pm
May 22: Chain Station. Mountain Bluegrass. Rock Inn. 9:30 pm
May 23: Just Jill. Acoustic. Rock Inn. 6 pm
May 23: Ladies Night with the Mountain Town Trio. Estes Park Resort. 6 pm
May 23: Live Music with the Mountain Town Rockers. Bluegrass. Elk Meadow & RV Park. 6:30 pm
May 23: Chain Station. Bluegrass. Performance Park. 7 pm
May 24: Chain Station Acoustic Brunch. Bluegrass. Rock Inn. 11 am
May 24: Jon & Alex. Acoustic. Rock Inn. 5 pm
May 27: Open Mic. Lonigans Pub. 9 pm
May 28: Open Bluegrass Jam. Rock Inn. 6 pm
May 29: James Davis. Classical Guitar. Twin Owls Steakhouse. 6 pm
May 29: Shaefer Welch. Acoustic. Rock Inn. 6 pm
May 30: Ladies Night with the Mountain Town Trio. Estes Park Resort. 6 pm
May 30: Daid Potter. Rock Inn. 6 pm
May 31: Jon Pickett Acoustic Brunch. Rock Inn. 11 am
May 31: Neal Whitlock. Rock Inn. 5 pm
June 3: Matthew Gurnsey, The Kilted Man. Marys Lake Lodge. 6 pm
June 3: Open Mic. Lonigans Pub. 9 pm
June 4: Open Bluegrass Jam. Rock Inn. 6 pm
June 4: Billy Shaddox. Rock Inn. 6 pm
June 5: Them Travelin’ Birds Duo. Rock Inn. 5 pm
June 5: James Davis. Classical Guitar. Twin Owls Steakhouse. 6 pm
Weekly on Fri & Sat: Ray Young. Jazz Piano. Nicky’s Steakhouse. 5 pm
Weekly on Wed, Thurs, Fri 7 Sat: Garry Valero. Jazz Piano. Nicky’s steakhouse. 7 pm Wed & Thurs, 8 pm Fri & Sat
Weekly on Fri & Sat: Karaoke. Lonigans Pub. 9 pm
THEATER
May 22,23, 24: The Impossible Paradise. A play about Estes Park’s early settlers. Estes Park Museum. May 22, 23 at 7:30 pm. May 24 at 3 pm
SEMINARS, CLASSES & LECTURES
May 22 and 30: Introduction to Essential Oils. Riverspointe Spa. 4 pm
June 1: Meet Me @ The Museum – Virtual Walking Tour of Downtown Estes. Estes Park Museum. 6:30 pm
June 2: Introduction to Puppeteering with Bob Aiken. Estes Park Library. 1 pm
June 5: Duct Tape Crafts. Estes Park Library. 2 pm
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: 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
May 30: Centennial Speaker Series: Jill Baron. Beaver Meadows Visitor Center. 7 pm
June 3: Moraine Park Bicycle Ride at RMNP. Fall River Visitor Center. 8 am
Rocky Mountain Conservancy. Nature seminars for everyone in the family. Fees apply. For details, locations and registration call 970-586-3262.
May 28: Birds at Twilight. 5:30 pm
May 30: Orienteering for Beginners: Map & Compass Basics. Rocky Mountain Park Inn. 12:30 pm
EXHIBITS
Capturing the Light. Cultural Arts Council. Continues through May 31
Fiber X Three. Art Center of Estes Park. Continues through June 21
May 29: Windows to the West – Fine Art Show. Estes Park Events Complex. Continues through May 31
May 30, 31: Western Merchandise Sale and Exhibit. Estes Park Events Complex. 10 am
June 1: 18th Summer Art Walk. Cultural Arts Council Gallery.
June 5: Wild Inspirations. Aspen & Evergreen Gallery. 5 pm
June 5: Long May They Run – A Tribute to American Wildlife. Cultural Arts Council Gallery.
Climb On! History of Rock Climbing in Estes Park & Rocky Mountain National Park. Estes Park Museum. Continues through Oct. 4