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B
y Kurtis Kelly
Special to the Trail-Gazette
T
o help inspire area residents to think innew and exciting ways about theopportunities that await withust a few simple financialhanges in their lives, theEstes Valley Library is host-ing a special workshop titled“The Change in Your Pock-et” on Wednesday, Jan. 22 at 7 p.m. Financial ProgramsConsultant Marsha Yelick will lead attendees on a light-hearted but informative jour-ney on the ways to get ontrack with positive new hab-its in the area of money man-agement. “It all starts withthe ‘change’ in your pocket,” Yelick notes. The free session willexamine all the reasons peo-ple don’t do a better job of handling money (no person-al confessions necessary).Participants will understandsome psychological tricksthat humans play on them-selves (and some simple ways to correct thoseerrors). Yelick will list theten most important tasks for the New Year, and then allow time for attendees to actually do a few of the tasks withinthe time allotted.“The ‘change’ in your pocket could be worth muchmore than you think.” Yelicksays.Space is limited, so partici-pants should register at estesvalleylibrary.org or call970-586-8116, then join thelibrary’s Common CentsCounts Financial Consultant,Marsha Yelick, as she showssome easy paths to financialstability and happiness.
Changeworthmorethanyouthin
970-586-1000 • 1200 GRAVES AVE.
MOUNTAIN BROKERS
www.411AspenAve.info
411 Aspen Ave • $225,000
• 3 Bed, 3 Bath, 1562 sq ft• Recently Remodeled, Great Views• Two Decks, Fenced in Yard
www.MarysLakeCondo.info
2625 Marys Lake Rd 32 • $315,000
• 2 Bed, 2 Bath, 1504 sq ft• Main Level Living, Open Floor Plan• Wonderful Views, 2 Fireplaces
www.211Pinewood.info
211 Pinewood • $275,000
• 3 Bed, 1 Bath, 1728 sq ft• Updated Kitchen, Main Level Living• 1.32 Acres, Seasonal Stream Nearby
www.4079LittleValley.info
4079 Little Valley • $899,500
• 3 Bed, 4 Bath, 4260 sq ft• Main Level Living, Fantastic Views• 1.9 Acres, 4 Car Garage
www.10AcresEstesPark.info
TBD Hillcrest • $385,000
• 10 Acres of Untouched Land• Gorgeous Views, Rock Outcroppings• Private Setting, Borders National Forest
www.180CentennialDr.info
180 Centennial Dr • $1,255,000
• 4 Bed, 4 Bath, 5304 sq ft• Great Room with Wall of Windows• 4.23 Acres, Private Setting
Kirk FisherBroker
“The Peggy Lynch Team”
 www.peggylynch.com Visit www.peggylynch.com
for all Estes Park listings
Peggy Lynch
Broker
www.2110UteCourt.info
2110 Ute Court • $725,000
• 4 Bed, 3 Bath, 3004 sq ft• Private 25 Foot High Waterfall• Large Media Room, Wet Bar
www.1015WhisperingPines.info
1015 Whispering Pines • $275,000
• 4 Bed, 3 Bath, 2410 sq ft• Main Level Living, Screened in Sun Room• Great Location, Oversized 2 Car Garage
Everyone who got where he is has had to begin where he was. — Robert Louis Stevenson
www.555DarcyDr.info
555 Darcy Dr • $420,000
• 3 Bed, 3 Bath, 2266 sq ft• Great Floor Plan, Large Deck• Gorgeous Views, 2 Car Garage
www.BuildingAndLand.info
451 S St Vrain • $875,000
• Building Completely Remodeled in 2008• Current Restaurant has a 3 Year Lease, 6895 sq ft• 4096 sq ft Available for Lease
ESTES PARK INSIDE & OUT JANUARY 17 2014
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Faye. Lonigans. 9 p.m.Feb. 6: Bluegrass Jam. TheRock Inn. 6 p.m.Feb. 7: Chain Station MountainMusic. Bluegrass. The Rock Inn.9 p.m.Feb. 7: Karaoke. Lonigans. 9p.m.p.m.Feb. 2: Amanda Valley. Piano.The Estes Park Resort. 10 a.m.Feb. 5: Dick Orleans. Rock &Folk. Coffee on the Rocks. 5:30p.m.Feb. 5: Open Mic with Justin• Jan. 26: Amanda Valley. Piano.The Estes Park Resort. 10 a.m.• Jan. 26: 40th ParallelWoodwind Quintet. The Stanley Hotel. 2 p.m.• Jan. 29: Dick Orleans. Rock &Folk. Coffee on the Rocks. 5:30p.m.• Jan. 29: Open Mic with JustinFaye. Lonigans. 9 p.m.• Jan. 30: Ladies Night with TheDennis -Tobias Band. Rock. TheEstes Park Resort. 6 p.m.• Jan. 30: Bluegrass Jam. TheRock Inn. 6 p.m.• Jan. 31: Dick Orleans andDiane Jean. Rock & Folk. SweetBasilico. 5:30 p.m.• Jan. 31: Dennis - Tobias Band.Rock. Cheesy Lee’s Pizza atElkhorn Lodge. 6 p.m.• Jan. 31: Karaoke. Lonigans. 9p.m.Feb. 1: Arthur Lee Land.Acoustic. The Rock Inn. 6 p.m.Feb. 1: Dennis -Tobias Band.Rock. Cheesy Lee’s Pizza atElkhorn Lodge. 6 p.m.Feb. 1: Karaoke. Lonigans. 9Hotel. 2 p.m.• Jan. 19: Lori Flynn. Acoustic.The Rock Inn. 5 p.m.• Jan. 22: Dick Orleans. Rock &Folk. Coffee on the Rocks. 5:30p.m.• Jan. 22: Open Mic with JustinFaye. Lonigans. 9 p.m.• Jan. 23: Ladies Night with TheDennis -Tobias Band. Rock. TheEstes Park Resort. 6 p.m.• Jan. 23: Bluegrass Jam. TheRock Inn. 6 p.m.Jan 24: Dick Orleans and DianeJean. Rock & Folk. SweetBasilico. 5:30 p.m.• Jan. 24: Dennis -Tobias Band.Rock. Cheesy Lee’s Pizza atElkhorn Lodge. 6 p.m.• Jan. 24: Just Jill. Acoustic.The Rock Inn. 6 p.m.• Jan. 24: Karaoke. Lonigans. 9p.m.• Jan. 25: Sarah Caton.Acoustic. The Rock Inn. 5 p.m.• Jan. 25: Dennis - Tobias Band.Rock. Cheesy Lee’s Pizza atElkhorn Lodge. 6 p.m.• Jan. 25: Karaoke. Lonigans. 9p.m.
Music
an 17: Dick Orleans and Dianeean. Rock & Folk. SweetBasilico. 5:30 p.m.• Jan. 17: Dennis - Tobias Band.Rock. Cheesy Lee’s Pizza atElkhorn Lodge. 6 p.m.• Jan. 17: Troublesome Gulch.Bluegrass. The Rock Inn. 7 p.m.• Jan. 17: Karaoke. Lonigans. 9p.m.• Jan. 18: VocalEase & TrailRidge Trio. Vocal Quartet &Music Trio. Shepherd of theMountains Lutheran Church. 3p.m.• Jan. 18: Dennis -Tobias Band.Rock. Cheesy Lee’s Pizza atElkhorn Lodge. 6 p.m.• Jan. 18: Tom Thomas.coustic. The Rock Inn. 6 p.m.• Jan. 18: Karaoke. Lonigans. 9p.m.• Jan. 19: Amanda Valley. Piano.he Estes Park Resort. 10 a.m.• Jan. 19: Jon Pickett. Acoustic.he Rock Inn. 11 a.m.• Jan. 19: Sandra Wong and thehyme Quintet. The Stanley 
vemus c
 EstesParkRadio
KREV 104.7 FM
Estes Park Community radio.
http://web.mac.com/krev1047KREV1047/home.htm
Monday-Friday
6--9 a.m. Morning Music9--10 a.m. What’s the Word10--Noon Sounds from the50’sNoon--2 p.m. Jazz and Big Band2--3 p.m. Lux Radio Theater3--4 p.m. Afternoon Classical4--5 p.m. Footlight Parade5--7 p.m. Dinner Music7--9 p.m. Evening Classical9--11 p.m. Lights Down Low11 p.m.--6 a.m. All NightMusic
Saturday
6--9 a.m. Morning Music9--1 a.m. Old Time RadioShows11 a.m.--1 p.m. Music1920’s -1940’s1--3 p.m. Paul’s Show3--5 p.m. An Into the Music5--7 p.m. Hwy 617--9 p.m. Dinner Music Easy Listening9 p.m.--12 a.m. EveningClassical12 -- 6 a.m. All-Night Music
Sunday
6--8 a.m. Praise Music8--10 a.m. Hymns10--11 a.m. InspirationalMessages11 a.m.--1 p.m. Pauls Show1--3 p.m. Afternoon Classical3--5 p.m. Folk Music5--7 p.m. Dinner Music7--9 p.m. Traditional Jazz9 p.m.--Midnight EveningClassicalMidnight-- 6 a.m. All-Night Music
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.
PEAK REALTY 
When you are looking for your perfect ‘piece of the Rockies,’ getthe power of Peak Realty. Call us at 800- 530-8812 or, locally,970-586-9551. Stop by our new location at 433A West Elkhorn Ave. in Estes Park.
COLDWELL BANKER - ESTES VILLAGE PROPERTIES
Where the Estes Valley has been coming for real estate solutionsfor over 25 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 586-4425, ortoll-free at 1-800-726-1405. Or visit us atwww. estesparkrealestate.com.
MOUNTAIN PARADISE REAL ESTATE
For 32 years of real estate experience in Estes Park,call (970) 586-0713 or visit our website atwww. mountainparadiserealestate.com.
PRUDENTIAL TEAM REALTY 
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 MOUNTAIN BROKERS
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.remaxmountain- brokers-estes-park-colorado.com.
RANGE REALTY 
We 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.com
Realtor Register
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 • JANUARY 17 2014 ESTES PARK INSIDE & OUT
 
B
yLantyMcCartney
SpecialtotheTrail-Gazette
S
andraWong,Char-lieParkerMertens,andGregTanneHarriscometogeth-erindynamiccombinationsof nyckelharpa/fiddle,bassandvibraphone/piano/Ghanaiangyil/worldhandpercussiontoexploremusicfromallcor-nersoftheglobe,includingtheirowncompositions.Reachingintotheirindividualrootsofclassical,African,bluegrass,jazz,Scandinavian,Middle-Eastern,old-timeAmericanmusicandmore,theirarrangementshonor eachtraditionwhilemovingintonewuncharteredterrito-ry.Sandra,CharlieandGregcreateamusicalplaygroundforeveryone(bothmusiciansandlisteners)toexplore,play,stretch,andgrowinajoyfulspace.Multi-InstrumentalistGregTannerHarrisleadsthe“GregHarrisVibeQuintet,andisamemberofbluegrassegendPeteWernick’sFlexi-rass;hip-hop/jazz/soulroupFutureJazzProject;NewWorldCitizenBand;9th&LincolnOrchestra;andSuperCollider.Amonghisorkasastudiomusician,heasreleasedfivealbums.GreghasagreatinterestinheWestAfricanXylophonealledtheGyil(pronouncedEE-lee),thenationalinstru-entoftheLobiandDagara eopleofGhana,BurkinFasoandCôted’Ivoire,West Africa.HealsoplaysanassortmentofFrameDrumsfromaroundtheworld,exploringtheBodhranofIre-andandtheDoyraofUzbeki-stan.HereceivedanM.M.inMusicPerformance,Percus-sionattheUniversityofColo-rado,BoulderandaMusicEducationandMusicPerfor-manceBachelorofArtsdegreefromFortLewisCol-lege.SandraWongbeganstudy-ingtheviolinatageseven withtheintentionofbecom-ingaconcertviolinist.Thisremainedhersolefocusfor 15yearsuntilshediscoveredfiddling.Sincethen,Sandra’sfocuswithhermusichasshiftedfrombeinganisolatedmusicianstrivingfortechnicalperfection,toafocusoncon-nectingotherpeopleandcul-turesthroughmusicasawatobuildcommunityandexpressourcommonhumani-ty.OpeningthisdoorwithanexplorationofIrish,old-timeandBluegrassmusic,herfolkmusicjourneyhasmovedheintohercurrentlivelihoodof teaching,performing,record-ingandcollaboratingwithothermusiciansfromdiverserangeofworldmusicgenres.In1999,Sandropenedanotherdoorwhenshediscovereda14thcentury Swedishfolkinstrument calledthenyckelharpaandfellinlove.Thisisa16stringed,keyedinstrument playedwithabow.Sandra tourednationallyandinterna-tionallyasasoloartistandincollaborationwithvariousmusicians.Recently,shereleasedtwocollaborativealbums;“FrolicandRomp”in2009and“SunnySideUpin2010.Sandrahasrecordedonanumberofhercontempo-rariesprojects.Herdiscogra-phyisavailableuponrequest. Asanactivememberof1%ForthePlanet,apercentageofallofSandra’sCDsalesandproceedsfromconcertssup-portresponsibleprojects workingtocreatesustainabili-tyonourplanetEarth.CharlesParkerMertens,akaLikemindakaMurda Mertens,isaninternationalperformer,multi-instrumen-talist,producer,andmusiceducatorresidinginDenver,Colorado.Hebeganhismusi-caltrainingattheageof10,firstoncello,andlateradopt-edthebassguitar.DuringhissenioryearhewontheColo-radoAll-stateJazzBassis
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Greg Tanner Harris
SandraWongTriotoper ormSunday
Concert movedo MacGregorRoom in Stanley 
Sandra Wong
Concert Information
• Artists: Sandra Wong Trio: Sandra Wong-violin andnyckelharpa, Greg Tanner Harris-vibraphone, piano, GhanaianGyil, world percussion and Charlie Parker Mertens-bass• Program: Global Roots – New Shoots,• Date/Time: Sunday, Jan. 19, @ 2 p.m. Place: MacGregorRoom at the Stanley Hotel• Admission: $10 at the door or Save By Subscription: $80 for ablock of ten tickets of your concert choice of the Winter Serieswith no expiration date. Children and Students admitted free.• This concert is sponsored Ed and Marge Getchell.
MOUNTAIN BROKERS
1200 Graves Ave. Estes Park, CO 80517
Helene Ault586-2454
heleneault@remax.net
2013 Realtor of theYear.
UPPER VENNER RD.
Breathtaking ViewsQuiet And Secluded LocationOver 1 Acre Easy AccessPerfect For Your Dream HomeSecluded Yet Close To Town
$99,500.
GREAT VIEWS
Ranch Meadow Condo3 Bedroom, 2 Bath 1592 Sq. Ft.Excellent Condition – move in ready 2 Car Attached Garage – Sunny Deck Original Owner – Super Value
$249,500
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