Weekly on Monday, Wednesday, Friday & Saturday throughout the winter - Sip & Paint. Learn to paint a masterpiece while enjoying delicious drinks. Murphy's Resort. Call for info, 970-480-2955. Mondays & Wednesdays at 6 pm, Fridays & Saturdays at 7 pm
Weekly on Tuesdays through April 2015: Free 5K Group Run. Starts at The Stanley Hotel. Warm-up at 5:30 pm, 6 pm
Weekly on Wednesdays. Bugs & Brews. Tie flies, fishing talk and tasty brews. Estes Park Feed & Supply. 6 pm
Weekly on Fridays. Taste & Create. A painting class & local wine. Snowy Peaks Winery. 5 pm
Mar 28: Coyotes - the Song Dogs of the West. Field Seminar given by the Rocky Mountain Conservancy. For more information and to reserve go to www.RMConservancy.org or call 970-586-3262. 8 am to 4 pm
Mar 28: Breakfast with the Easter Bunny & Festivities. Presbyterian Church of the Rockies. 8 am
Mar 28 & Apr 7: Essential Oils - Chemical-Free Living. Riverspointe Spa. 4 pm
Mar 28: Inspirational Ranger Stories. Beaver Meadows Visitor Center. 7 pm
Mar 29: St. Baldrick's Climbing Competition. Estes Park Mountain Shop. 10 am
Mar 30: Pioneers of the Peaks - Local Climbers Who Made History featuring Harry Kent. Estes Park Museum. 7 pm
Apr 4: Climbing Presentation with pro climber Paige Claassen. Estes Park Mountain Shop. 7 pm
Apr 5: Easter Egg Hunt. The Stanley Hotel. 1 pm
Apr 6: Leave It To Beaver - the beavers of Estes Park with Sherri Tippie. YMCA - Hempel Auditorium. 5:30 pm
Apr 17, 18: Mysterious Owls of Rocky. Field Seminar given by the Rocky Mountain Conservancy. For more information and to reserve go to www.RMConservancy.org or call 970-586-3262. 3 to 9 pm
Apr 18-19: Free Entrance to Rocky Mountain National Park.
Apr 23: North with the Spring - Bird Migration. Field Seminar given by the Rocky Mountain Conservancy. For more information and to reserve go to www.RMConservancy.org or call 970-586-3262. 8 am to 4:30 pm
Apr 25: Earth Day/National Junior Ranger Day. Events at the Beaver Meadows Visitor Center. 10 am - 2 pm
Apr 27: Pioneers of the Peaks - Local Climbers Who Made History : A Ranger's Mountain Rescues with Keith Lober. Estes Park Museum. 7 pm
Jun 5: Wild Inspirations. Hear how RMNP has inspired the art of local artists. Aspen & Evergreen Gallery. 5 pm to 7 pm
Jun 6: International Bird Migration Day - Ranger-led birding excursion in RMNP. Call 970-586-1206 for more information. 8 am - 12 pm
Jun 6: Technology of Your Ancestors - Primitive Survival Skills. Field seminar led by Rocky Mountain Conservancy - Centennial Celebration Series. For more information and to reserve go to www.RMConservancy.org or call 970-586-3262.
Jun 6 & 13: Rocky Mountain Molecules - Chemical Storylines of Wonder. Beaver Meadows Visitor Center Auditorium. 7 pm
Jun 17: Art Adventures. Field Seminar for kids led by Rocky Mountain Conservancy - Centennial Celebration Series. For more information and to reserve go to www.RMConservancy.org or call 970-586-3262.
Live Music around town at Rock Inn, Nicky's Restaurant, Lonigans, Longz Mountain Grill, Coffee on the Rocks, Estes Park Resort, Twin Owls Steakhouse, Marys Lake Lodge, and American Legion.
Mar 27 & 28: Rogers & Hammerstein's South Pacific. Hempel Auditorium - YMCA. 7:30 pm
Mar 27-29: Cord Carpenter Band. Americana Rock. Stanley Hotel. 8 pm
Mar 29: Estes Park Music Festival Winter Series concert - Boulder Bassoon Quartet featuring Kent Hurd, Brian Jack, Ethan Turner, Michael Christoph playing Bach, Jazz, Beatles to Pop. Stanely Hotel. 2 pm
Apr 4: Estes Park Music Festival Winter Series FREE concert - Peggy Lyon on the piano & Gregory Dufford on the clarinet. Stanley Hotel. 2 pm
Apr 12: Estes Park Music Festival Winter Series concert - Giddy Up Kitty (bluegrass). Stanley Hotel. 2 pm
Apr 19: Estes Park Music Festival Winter Series concert - Estes Valley Chamber Singers Season Finale. Stanley Hotel. 2 pm
Jun 12-13: The Oratorio Society of Estes Park presents a RMNP Centennial Celebration Concert. Estes Park High School Auditorium. Jun 12 at 7 pm, Jun 13 at 2 pm
Mentor/Student Show. Art Center of Estes Park. Exhibit continues through Mar 29
Women's History Month Art Exhibit. Cultural Arts Council. Exhibit continues through Apr 5
Apr 3: Dancing Colors. Art Center of Estes Park. Exhibit continues through May 10
Jun 6: Celebrating Rocky Invitational Art Show Opening Exhibition. Cultural Arts Council. Exhibit continues through July 23. 5 pm to 7 pm
Jun 12-14: FACE of Fiber in the Rockies 2015. The Village Playhouse @ The Other Side Restaurant. Jun 12, 12 pm to 5 pm; Jun 13, 10 am to 5 pm, Jun 14, 10 am to 3 pm
Climb On! History of Rocky Climbing in Estes Park & Rocky Mountain National Park. Estes Park Museum. Exhibit continues through Oct. 4, 2015
In the Park
Bear Necessities - Beaver Meadows Visitor Center 10:30 am - 11 am Saturday & Sunday
Spring Bird Walks - Bring binoculars & a field guide. Meet at Cub Lake Trailhead in Moraine Park. 8 am - 9:30 am Monday, Wednesday & Thursday
Ranger Led Programs are offered on weekends & include tundra nature walks, talks about wildlife, childrens programs, elk patrol, and more!
Beaver Meadows Visitor Center - Open daily through winter 8 am - 4:30 pm. Stop by to learn more about wildlife, the junior ranger program, recreational opportunities, and more! Free 23 minute park film on the hour and half hour, bookstore, and general Park information.
Fall River Visitor Center - Closed for the Winter. Will re-open weekends in early May & will re-open daily on May 18, 2015. 8 am to 4:30 pm. Features general Park information, life-sized wildlife displays, a bookstore, and a discovery room where kids can touch objects and try on dress up clothes. Handicap accessible.
Alpine Visitor Center - Closed for the Winter. Will re-open late May 2015, weather permitting. Features exhibits on alpine tundra, gift shop & restaurant, and beautiful views!
Moraine Park Discovery Center - Closed for the Winter. Junior Ranger Headquarters will be at this location. Handicap accessible.
Kawuneechee Visitor Center - Open daily for the winter from 8 am - 4:30 pm, closed Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day. 1 mile north of Grand Lake on the Park's west side. Features exhibits on the Colorado River, books, and the 20 minute park film.
Estes Park at Night
For those night owls who don't go to bed when it gets dark, Estes Park has live entertainment galore. Nightlife rocks at local bars, lounges, nightclubs, and pubs.
Live music from jazz, country, rock and blues to easy listening can be found at Nicky's Restaurant, Mary's Lake Lodge, Rock Inn Mountain Tavern, Crags Lodge, Aspen Lodge, Time Out, Estes Park Resort, and Lonigan's Saloon. If you want to be part of the entertainment, open mics, open stage, or karaoke can be found at Wapiti Grill, Ed's Cantina, Mountain Tiki Bar, and Lonigans.
The Wheel Bar specializes in Texas Hold Em, and Twin Owls Steakhouse hosts a magic show.
Every Wednesday - Lonigans hosts an Open Mic. 9 pm
Every Friday & Saturday - Lonigans hosts a Karaoke Night. 9 pm
Every Week - call for current shows and times
Reel Mountain Theatre 970-586-4227
Park Theater 970-586-8904