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
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.
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
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
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