11-07-14 Estes Park Home Guide Weekly

11-07-14 Estes Park Home Guide Weekly
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  For the Trail-Gazette I f you are a member of the Estes Park workforce, live outside of the school district boundaries and want toknow more about your options for living in theEstes Park area, then youwill find the work forcehousing expo helpful. The expo will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 11, from 11a.m. to 2 p.m., in room 203of the municipal building. The Town of Estes Park,the Estes Park Housing Authority, and the EstesPark Board of Realtors willbe hosting the work forcehousing expo, designed toacquaint potential homebuyers and renters with the various steps they may encounter as they explorefinding the home they desire in the Estes Valley. The “drop-in” format over the lunch hour provides anopportunity to chat infor-mally with a property man-ager, lender, real estate bro-ker, home improvement company, home inspector,and other professionalsinvolved in the housingindustry in Estes Park. The Town of Estes Park will have a representative totalk about specific programsthe town has to encouragehome ownership. Also, theEstes Park Housing Author-ity will be present to discussthe down-payment assis-tance program it managesin cooperation with theEstes Park Board of Real-tors, as well as other oppor-tunities for home ownershipor finding the right rentalproperty. Take advantage of thetime to chat with experts who know about the many housing opportunities avail-able in the Estes Valley andlet them help you explore your options and answer  your questions. WorkforcehousingexpoonNov.11 2130 Windcliff Dr ã $545,000 ã 3 Bed, 4 Bath, 2241 sq ft ã  Main Level Living, 2 Master Suites ã  1.97 Acres, Incredible Views Kirk FisherBrokerPeggy LynchBroker 524 Promontory Dr ã $529,000 ã 3 Bed, 3 Bath, 2592 sq ftã Open Floor Plan, High End Finishesã Fantastic Views, 2 Car Garage 161 W Wonderview ã $315,000 ã 3 Well Maintained Rental Unitsã 2 - 2 Bedroom Units, 1 - 1 Bedroom Unitã Close to Downtown, Great Views 1050 Tranquil Ln ã $280,000 ã 3 Bed, 2 Bath, 1454 sq ftã Main Level Living, Double Sided Fireplaceã Great Location, New Deck, Fenced Yard 108 Longs Peak Rd ã $2,750,000 ã 6 Bed, 5 Bath, 7260 sq ftã Luxurious Home, Theater Roomã 25 Acres, Large Pond, Guest House TBD Sioux Ct ã $300,000 ã  1.55 Acres, Gorgeous Rock Formations ã  Located on a Quiet Cul-de-sac ã  All City Utilities Available, Amazing Views 2900 Kiowa Trail ã $174,900 ã 1.1 Acres on Corner Lotã Rock Outcroppings, Underground Utilitiesã Borders Open Space, Great Views “The Peggy Lynch Team”  Visit for all Estes Park listings “Ever tried. Ever failed. No matter. Try Again. Fail again. Fail better.” ~ Samuel Beckett 451 S St Vrain ã $875,000 ã Building Completely Remodeled in 2008ã Current Restaurant has a 3 Year Lease, 6895 sq ftã 4096 sq ft Available for Lease 2625 Marys Lake Rd 17B ã $139,900 ã 1 Bed, 1 Bath, 360 sq ft ã  Fully Furnished, Fireplace ã  Great Amenities, Income Potential 4079 Little Valley ã $852,000 ã  3 Bed, 4 Bath, 4260 sq ft ã  Open Floor Plan, Luxurious Master Retreat ã  1.9 Acres, Private Setting, Lg Hobby Room Mountain Brokers   970-586-1000 ã 1200 GRAVES AVE. ESTES PARK INSIDE & OUT ã NOVEMBER 7 2014 ã  9  ã Nov. 19: Open Mic. LonigansPub. 9 p.m.ã Nov. 20: Ladies Night with theMountain Town Rockers. EstesPark Resort. 6 p.m.ã Nov. 20: Open Bluegrass Jam.Rock Inn. 6 p.m.ã Nov. 21: Ray Young. JazzPiano. Nicky’s Steakhouse. 6p.m.ã Nov. 21: Brian Payne.Acoustic. Rock Inn. 7 p.m.ã Nov. 21: Karaoke. LonigansPub. 9 p.m.ã Nov. 15: An Ode to Be.Singer/Songwriter Duo. RockInn. 7 p.m.ã Nov. 15: Karaoke. LonigansPub. 9 p.m.ã Nov. 16: Jorgenson andBryant. Violin and Piano. Stanley Hotel. 2 p.m.ã Nov. 16: Jon Pickett. Acoustic.Rock Inn. 5 p.m.ã Nov. 18: Just Jill. Rock Inn. 6p.m.ã Nov. 19: Trivia Night. LongzMountain Grill. 6:30 p.m.Park Resort. 6 p.m.ã Nov. 13: Open Bluegrass Jam.Rock Inn. 6 p.m.ã Nov. 14: Ray Young. JazzPiano. Nicky’s Steakhouse. 6p.m.ã Nov. 14: Willie BeanBluegrass. Jamestown, CoBluegrass. Rock Inn. 8:30 p.m.ã Nov. 14: Karaoke. LonigansPub. 9 p.m.ã Nov. 15: Ray Young. JazzPiano. Nicky’s Steakhouse. 6p.m.Rock Inn. 8 p.m.ã Nov. 8: Karaoke. LonigansPub. 9 p.m.ã Nov. 9: Cantabile Singers.Choir. The Stanley Hotel. 2 p.m.ã Nov. 9: Jon Pickett. Acoustic.The Rock Inn. 5 p.m.ã Nov. 12: Trivia Night. LongzMountain Grill. 6:30 p.m.ã Nov. 12: Open Mic. LonigansPub. 9 p.m.ã Nov. 13: Ladies Night with theMountain Town Rockers. Estes Music &Entertainment ã Nov. 7: Ray Young. Jazz Piano.Nicky’s Steakhouse. 6 p.m.ã Nov. 7: Cosmic Mesa. FortCollins Jam Grass. Rock Inn. 9p.m.ã Nov. 7: Karaoke. LonigansPub. 9 p.m.ã Nov. 8: Ray Young. Jazz Piano.Nicky’s Steakhouse. 6 p.m.ã Nov. 8: Steamboats Bandits.Kansas City Bluegrass. The l vemus c B y Nancy Stevens Special to the Trail-Gazette T he Cantabile Sing-ers, with new musicdirector Hannah Wunsch and collab-orative pianist Stella Pra-deu will perform Sunday,Nov. 9 at the Stanley Hotel. The program, “FromDarkness to Light,” willbegin at 2 p.m. in the Stan-ley Hotel Concert Hall. Admission is $10 at thedoor. Patrons can save by subscription sy $80 for a block of ten tickets of your concert choice of the Win-ter Series with no expira-tion date. Children and stu-dents admitted free. This concert is spon-sored by Dwight and Linda Strandberg . The program for the lat-est presentation in theEstes Park Music Festival Winter Series is “FromDarkness Into Light.” It explores universal themes of darkness and light asinterpreted by composersthrough the ages andacross cultures. Acclaimedmusic of Morten Laurids-en, with other pieces from Johannes Brahms and JohnRutter, explore the mystery and melancholy of dark-ness, while stunning pieces See  CANTABILE , pg. 11 CantabileSingerstoperformNov.9 HannahWunschStellaPradeu Colorado Mountain HoMe realtyPrudential teaM realtyre/MaX Mountain BroKerSranGe realtyColdWell BanKer - eSteS VillaGe ProPertieS Tom Adams is a skilled Estes Park real estate specialist whohas been listing and selling homes for 18 years in Estes Park.Call Tom at 970-481-5188 and get dedicated real estateassistance from a licensed agent familiar with values andproperties in Estes Park and surrounding areas of Lyons,Longmont and Boulder! Tom can help with primary and vacationhomes and condos, vacant land and commercial property. FirSt Colorado realty When you want to know aboutEstes Park area real estate, call the experienced professionalsat First Colorado Realty.We specialize in primary and vacationhomes and condos, vacant land and commercial property.Call 586-3333 or 800-401-7750.Dating back to 1875, the Prudential name, along with the “Rock”logo, has stood for strength, stability and integrity.When homebuyers and sellers see a Prudential Team Realty sign in youryard, they will link the “Rock” with remarkable service, qualityand trust. Prudential Team Realty in Estes Park adds to thisimage with over 165 years of combined Broker real estateexperience.Visit our ofce in the Stanley Village ShoppingCenter.RE/MAX Associates average twice the experience & three timesas many sales per agent than other real estate professionals.When it’s time to sell or buy, it’s time to turn to RE/MAX.Thehometown experts with a world of experience. Call today.970-586-5324 or 1-800-827-8780.Tour our listings atwww.wesellestespark.comWe are the oldest real estate company in Estes Park, offeringyou professional and friendly service for all your real estateneeds. Please call us at 970-586-2345, or visit our website, atwww.rangerealty.comWhere the Estes Valley has been coming for real estate solutionsfor over 30 years.We combine Coldwell Banker’s globalresources with our local expertise and small-town way of doingbusiness to make your real estate transactions both successfuland enjoyable. For the most complete and current listings in theEstes Valley, visit us at 320 E. Elkhorn, call us at 970-586-4425,or 10  ã NOVEMBER 7 2014 ã ESTES PARK INSIDE & OUT  cantabile  frompage10 from Eric Whitacre, GeraldFinzi, and Charles VilliersStanford ignite the hopeand levity of light.Morten Lauridsen, whohas composed belovedpieces for over 40 years,explores the night throughhis choral classic trio, Noc-turnes: “Sure on this Shin-ing Night”, “Sa Nuit D’Été’”and “Soneto de la Noche,”which are equal in mystery and beauty. Ralph VaughanWilliams is an Englishcomposer from the turn of the 20th century whosework is described as“ostensibly familiar andcommonplace, yet deepand mystical, as well as lyr-ical, melodic, melancholic,and nostalgic, yet time-less.” Vaughan William’s“Sweet Day,” a deeply mel-ancholy setting of GeorgeHerbert’s poem by thesame name, which juxta-poses the sweetness of a passing day with the inevi-tability of darkness. Finally,the Cantabile will ventureinto another tradition, thespiritual, with settings by Barbara Baker and Joe Jen-nings, which hold fast tothe promise of day after night and calm after thestorm. The relationship of man-kind to light and darknesshas been exploredthroughout the centuries.With these composers,“From Darkness IntoLight” takes you on a jour-ney through music andtime, while introducing youto the talent and passion of new Music Director Han-nah Wunsch.Fall 2014 is Wunsch ’sfirst season as music direc-tor of Cantabile. Wunsch was the assistant conductor of the University of Colora-do University Singers andUniversity Choir, startingin 2012, and has beendirector of the Mount Cal- vary Festival Choir since2010. Additionally, in thefall 2014 she will also beConductor of the Universi-ty of Colorado Women’sChoir, and will direct theinaugural season of theUniversity of ColoradoRenaissance and Madrigalgroup. Wunsch ’s previousappointments includeDirector of University of Colorado Collegiate Cho-rale and the Boulder Aria Singers. She was the St.Martin’s Chamber Choir Mark Sheldon Conductor Intern in 2011-2012. Wunsch received her bachelor’s degree fromGustavus Adolphus Col-lege in St. Peter, Minn., in vocal performance in 2009.In 2012, she received her master of music in choralconducting with a vocalperformance emphasisfrom the University of Col-orado in Boulder. Wunschis currently pursuing her doctorate of musical artsdegree in choral conduct-ing at the University of Col-orado.Pradeau, collaborativepianist, has been with theCantabile since 1999. Shegraduated from the Univer-sity of Colorado with a master’s degree in pianoperformance. Pradeau wasa winner of the Norris Pia-no Award. The Nov. 16 program welcomes back the talent-ed duo of violinist Jerilyn Jorgensen and pianist Cul-lan Bryant. Jorgensen isadjunct professor of violinand chamber music at theLamont School of Music of the University of Denver and a member of the per-formance faculty of Colora-do College. Bryant isamong the most active col-laborative pianists in New  York and has performed with world-class artists and was accompanist to violist Midori’s, Japan Tour in2002. This concert will beheld in the Music Room inthe main building of theStanley Hotel.For more information,contact the music festivalbusiness office at 970-586-9519 or visit  www.estesparkmusicfesti- Courtesy Photo The Cantabile Singers will perform Sunday, Nov. 9, begin-ning at 2 p.m. in the Stanley Hotel Concert Hall. For the Trail-Gazette T he Estes Valley Library and theEstes Park Econom-ic Development Corporation (EDC) areoffering one more opportu-nity this year to participatein the popular workshop,“Small Business Resources101”. Existing and aspiringbusiness owners and entre-preneurs are encouragedto attend. Whether you own or manage a local small busi-ness — are a work-from-home entrepreneur — or  you’re giving thought tostarting a business —there are a myriad of well-known and not-so-well-known local resources that exist to help nurture a busi-ness, from researching themarket to building a poten-tial mailing list. This free90-minute overview of these resources is sched-uled for Thursday, Nov. 13at 7 p.m. at the Estes Valley Library. Among the topics cov-ered at the session willinclude:ã An overview of localresources for businessesã How to obtain freebusiness consulting inEstes Park through theLarimer Small BusinessDevelopment Center ã How businesses canmake use of the Larimer County Workforce Center ã Local business associa-tions and how they benefit sectors of our businesscommunity ã Ten tips for starting a new business in the Estes Valley.Interested participantsshould register online at (lookfor the Nov. 13 date listingunder the “Calendar” tab),or by calling (970) 586-8116. L brary,ED o er nalworkshopo GET THE BEST MEDICAREPART D PLAN FOR YOU Ask your pharmacist atROCKY MOUNTAIN PHARMACY for more information. OPENENROLLMENT Oct.15th - Dec.17th 970-586-5577 Conveniently located next to Safeway ESTES PARK INSIDE & OUT ã NOVEMBER 7 2014 ã  11  PerrythePunMaster For the Trail-Gazette T he Estes Valley Library will bedecked-out withpopular games of allsorts: card games, cha-rades, a variety of Monopo-ly themes, chess, puzzles,and assorted board gameson Friday, Nov. 14 from 7to 9 p.m. This event is opento all middle and highschool students. For partic-ipants, the evening willinclude root beer floats,purple cows, and other tasty snacks. The event isdesigned to provide anopportunity for fun, safeand collaborative activity for the young people of theEstes Valley.Studies have shown that popular board and cardgames have additional ben-efits in sharpening skillsfor reasoning, problem-solving, making numericcalculations, anticipatingoutcomes, and more. Teens interested areencouraged to gather a group of friends — thencome and play. For moreinformation, contact Kath-erine at the Estes Valley Library: kdumont@estes- or (970)586-8116. Sign up encour-aged (but not required). After-hoursgamenightforteens Family Owned and Operated since 1995  715 S. Main St., Longmont ã 720-204-63352116 West 1st St., Loveland ã 970-593-9421 MACEQUIPMENT,INC *Now through 11/30/14. Original MSRP $169.99 43 r AnnuAl HolidAy House Amss s  $1 GreAt HolidAy SHoppinG! 12  ã NOVEMBER 7 2014 ã ESTES PARK INSIDE & OUT
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