The Moose's Schedule of Events

(Events are still being added and confirmed, so please check back for the most up to date info)

ActivityDate / Time of Activity
Kickoff with free refreshments and performances from Colorado Springs Conservatory, Mountain Eire Irish Dance and other surprises! - Tweeds, 240 E. Highway 24
Sat 2/13 9:30A
Doors open - Goody Bags for first 200 through the doors! - Tweeds
Sat 2/13 10A
On Display: A Moose for All Seasons - The members of Quilters Above the Clouds are excited to debut their quilt at Tweeds Furniture in Woodland Park during The Moose Is Loose event. The quilt is 65x75" and includes 20 fun and funny blocks, some appliqued by our members with different signs of our Colorado seasons. The design by Buggy Barn means that each moose block is a different assortment of fabrics. The quilt label on the back features a moose wearing a mask, so true to our times! A Log Cabin border provides the final touch on this rustic quilt. It would make a wonderful wall decoration or a cozy and warm throw for a favorite easy chair or couch. Tickets for this quilt are $1 each or 6 for $5. The quilt will be raffled on Friday, December 3, 2021 at 1 PM during the guild's Holiday Party at the Faith Lutheran Church in Divide. QAC will deliver the quilt to the lucky winner who does NOT need to be present to win!2/13-28 10:00A
FREE take & make craft kits. Pick up while they last at Woodland Park Library (Library closed Sunday-Monday)2/13-28
Love is in the Air for Valentine’s Day when the Moose’s spring fancy turns to thoughts of LOVE! Experience the Valentine’s Day of a lifetime in Woodland Park. Satisfy your Spring Fever with your Sweetie in Woodland Park with great food, beverages and fun couples’ activity specials all weekend long! Don’t forget to check out our local merchants for Valentine’s Day “date-wear”, keepsakes and love offerings! Sat 2/13 - Sun. 2/14
FREE Sweetheart Dance Lessons - Dana's Dance – 210 W. Midland AvenueSat 2/13 4-5P
Bring the Moose vibe to your home and closet with tasteful home and personal fashions from the fine Woodland Park merchants. Tired of athleisure-wear and sweats and sweaters! Tired of looking at the same four walls and ready for a new look in your home? Spring is Sprunging and the Moose is bringing you the latest fashions to fancy your fanny and freshen up for your family! From signature Woodland Park lifestyle fashions to mountain living home décor, the Moose brings you the latest fun, fresh Spring-fever styles! Sat 2/20 - Sun. 2/21
Mountain View Yogurt Plus and Status: Code 4, Inc. (SC4i) and Teller County First Responders will be holding an "Investigate the Moose Tracks" at the Mountain View Yogurt Plus restaurant.  The first 100 Kiddos 12 and under will receive a free 4oz serving of Moose Tracks flavored frozen yogurt and on-duty First Responders will get 30% off. – 222 W. Midland AvenueSun. 2/21 12-3P
The Woodland Park Downtown Development Authority (DDA) will formally dedicate the historic Pikes Peak Cog Railway Car at Midland Station. Includes light refreshments.

9:50-ish a.m. Judith Piazza with Resonance and Rhythms provides music
10:05 a.m. MC Merry Jo is MC kicks off the event
10:10 a.m. Former Woodland Park City Councilor Paul Saunier – how we got here
10:15 a.m. Mel McFarland re:  Cog history & fun stories
10:20 a.m. Spencer Wren – Cog & its involvement with the region  
10:25 a.m. Duane Carter  - Why he provided funding to bring the Cog car to Woodland Park
10:30 a.m. Robert Zuluaga -  – Woodland Park City Councilor and DDA Liaison
10:35 a.m. Merry Jo wraps up the event
10:45 a.m. Judith Piazza with Resonance and Rhythms provides more music

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Sat 2/27 10A
Vahsholtz Automotive - 116 Pine St. - Get your photo taken with Clint Vahsholtz and his car that won the Pike's Peak International Hill Climb. He will be raffling off 4 t-shirts from the race, as well as 2 tickets (1 winner) to the next race. Anyone who draws an ace in the poker run gets a free oil change.Sat 2/27 - 12P-2P
For the final weekend of the Moose is Loose, taste.....tipple.....try-out.....and treat yourself and your family and friends to all the wonders of Woodland Park! Try out special offerings from your favorite restaurants and watering holes or discover a new favorite with specially-priced menu items available for takeout, outdoor dining (or eating in as local regulations allow). $8.50 per item for special deals, one-of-a-kind taste treats and libations. Lots of fun, FREE family.Sat 2/27 - Sun 2/28
Learn about sustainable mining with a fun, tasty educational activity courtesy of Newmont Mining! Pick up at Tweed’s.Sat 2/27 - Sun 2/28
Meet 2020 King of the Mountain, Broadmoor Pikes Peak International Hill Climb, Clint Vahsholtz. He placed 1st in the Open Wheel division and 1st overall! See the car and meet the driver and hear about his experiences. All kids will receive a hero card. - 116 N. Pine StreetSat 2/27 12-2P
TCRAS on site at Rhapsody with animals & portion of Proceeds of "HoundDog" sales to TCRAS; Moose Appearance.Sat 2/27 1-4P
Food Truck Rally at Brazenhead Vintage Market: Thai Good Eats, Red Diamond, Prime Kitchen, Mountain Magnolia,Sat 2/27 - Sun 2/28
Woodland Park Artwalk in Downtown. Please meet at Memorial Park, on the corner of Henrietta and Center. You can view the map for the "Last Sunday Art Walk" at Please text the word - artwalk - to 833-763-0494 to get information about the next walk.Sat 2/28 11A-1P
Have a little fun and vote for your favorite decorated window during the Moose is Loose 2021 Sales Event!

Non-profits partner with a business in town to decorate their window. SOAR with Network Fundraising provides prize money for the winning window(s). You can vote by texting “one word” associated with their favorite window to (833) 763-0494 ** Look below for each non-profit's word to text
Feb 2/13-28

Window Decorating Contest

Info on Our Participating Non-Profits

  • Adoptable Animal Rescue Force: Placing dogs in their forever homes
  • HtN Hope Lives Here: Helping people to get back on their feet
  • Mountain Artists: Promoting the visual arts in the Pikes Peak region
  • Symphony Above the Clouds: Bringing the COS Philharmonic to Woodland Park on July 5th each year
  • SATURN: Preventing youth problem behaviors in Teller County
  • Status: Code 4, Inc.: Providing mental health services to first responders and their families
  • Lighter Side of Christmas: Annual Woodland Park winter parade celebrated on the first Saturday night in December