Annual Projects

During the year, the Estes Park Woman’s Club engages in a number of annual projects.

Annual Garage and Bake Sale

The Woman’s Club garage and bake sale is a major fundraiser for the Club.  The community looks forward to this event.  Not only does it help fund the Club for various community projects it gives members, as well as the people of the community, the opportunity to go shopping and enjoy fresh home baked goods.  Members volunteer to bake goods, donate sale items, organize and work the event.

Bingo

Bingo is fun!  This event is a major way for the Club to raise money.  The American Legion Club graciously holds the event at their facility.  A delicious meal is offered at an extremely low price and bingo tickets are sold for bingo.  Prizes are awarded and excitement is had by all.  This event is open to the public for their enjoyment as well.

Bright Christmas

Every year Woman’s Club joins with the Bright Christmas program to provide  a local family a joyous Christmas.  We collect monetary donations to purchase gifts for the family.  The women on this project puts hours of time shopping and wrapping the gifts.  All gifts are customized to fit the individual needs and wishes.  The lucky family are extremely grateful and over joyed .

Community Cafe

The Community Cafe is a new project the Club has become involved in to assist the local community in having a free meal and delightful social time.  The Club is given a specific day to go to the Community Church to greet guests, serve the meals, and cleanup for the event.  After the first time of hosting this event, the volunteers unaminously agreed it was a fun night and  wanted to make it an annual project.

Holiday House Bake Sale

Every year the Elizabeth Guild Thriftshop has a sale to raise money for the local medical center.  The Woman’s Club supports the event by having a bake sale.  Members bake hundreds of delicious items to sale and volunteers host the booth selling the baked goods. This event happens the Saturday after Thanksgiving at the Rocky Mountain Holiday Inn.

Little Library in Performance Park

The Woman’s Club joined the Estes Valley Library with the Little Libraries.  A Little Library kit was purchased, put together by a member’s husband, hand painted by two members and stocked with many donated books.  Our dedicated members regularly check the “Little Library” to make sure it has books for all ages to be enjoyed by anyone wanting to read a book.  Please stop by Performance Park and see our Little Library