Monthly Meetings

Apr
28
Wed
Monthly Meeting @ South Metro Fire Headquarters
Apr 28 @ 6:15 pm – 9:00 pm
Monthly Meeting @ South Metro Fire Headquarters | Centennial | Colorado | United States

2021 Update:  February 24 and April 28 meetings will be on Zoom.  Hopefully we can get back to the Metro Fire HQ or a new location.

Join us for our monthly meeting at South Metro Fire Headquarters. It is located off Yosemite, just north of C-470 near Park Meadows. Social time begins at 6:15 pm and we set up the room. The meeting starts at 6:30 pm. We will discuss our events and other plans for trail clearings. We may have a guest speaker to be announced at a later date.

Our club continues to exist due to our members volunteering their time. Hope to see you there.

May
25
Tue
Monthly Meeting @ Morrison Inn
May 25 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Monthly Meeting @ Morrison Inn | Morrison | Colorado | United States

2021 update:  January 26, March 23, and May 25 meetings are on Zoom.   Hopefully by the September meeting we can go back to the restaurant.

Get to know our members and join us for our free monthly meeting.  You can order something to eat and beverages to enjoy during the meeting at your own cost.  We gather at 6:00 pm for social time and to place our orders with the meeting starting at 6:30 pm.  You can park on the street, across the street or in the back parking lot.  When you enter the restaurant, go upstairs to the dining area.

We will discuss our upcoming events as we plan our season.  Our club continues to exist due to our members volunteering their time.  Hope to see you there.

Jun
23
Wed
Monthly Meeting @ South Metro Fire Headquarters
Jun 23 @ 6:15 pm – 9:00 pm
Monthly Meeting @ South Metro Fire Headquarters | Centennial | Colorado | United States

2021 Update:  February 24 and April 28 meetings will be on Zoom.  Hopefully we can get back to the Metro Fire HQ or a new location.

Join us for our monthly meeting at South Metro Fire Headquarters. It is located off Yosemite, just north of C-470 near Park Meadows. Social time begins at 6:15 pm and we set up the room. The meeting starts at 6:30 pm. We will discuss our events and other plans for trail clearings. We may have a guest speaker to be announced at a later date.

Our club continues to exist due to our members volunteering their time. Hope to see you there.

Sep
28
Tue
Monthly Meeting @ Morrison Inn
Sep 28 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Monthly Meeting @ Morrison Inn | Morrison | Colorado | United States

2021 update:  January 26, March 23, and May 25 meetings are on Zoom.   Hopefully by the September meeting we can go back to the restaurant.

Get to know our members and join us for our free monthly meeting.  You can order something to eat and beverages to enjoy during the meeting at your own cost.  We gather at 6:00 pm for social time and to place our orders with the meeting starting at 6:30 pm.  You can park on the street, across the street or in the back parking lot.  When you enter the restaurant, go upstairs to the dining area.

We will discuss our upcoming events as we plan our season.  Our club continues to exist due to our members volunteering their time.  Hope to see you there.

Oct
27
Wed
Monthly Meeting @ South Metro Fire Headquarters
Oct 27 @ 6:15 pm – 9:00 pm
Monthly Meeting @ South Metro Fire Headquarters | Centennial | Colorado | United States

2021 Update:  February 24 and April 28 meetings will be on Zoom.  Hopefully we can get back to the Metro Fire HQ or a new location.

Join us for our monthly meeting at South Metro Fire Headquarters. It is located off Yosemite, just north of C-470 near Park Meadows. Social time begins at 6:15 pm and we set up the room. The meeting starts at 6:30 pm. We will discuss our events and other plans for trail clearings. We may have a guest speaker to be announced at a later date.

Our club continues to exist due to our members volunteering their time. Hope to see you there.

Nov
16
Tue
Monthly Meeting @ Morrison Inn
Nov 16 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Monthly Meeting @ Morrison Inn | Morrison | Colorado | United States

2021 update:  January 26, March 23, and May 25 meetings are on Zoom.   Hopefully by the September meeting we can go back to the restaurant.

Get to know our members and join us for our free monthly meeting.  You can order something to eat and beverages to enjoy during the meeting at your own cost.  We gather at 6:00 pm for social time and to place our orders with the meeting starting at 6:30 pm.  You can park on the street, across the street or in the back parking lot.  When you enter the restaurant, go upstairs to the dining area.

We will discuss our upcoming events as we plan our season.  Our club continues to exist due to our members volunteering their time.  Hope to see you there.

Nov
26
Fri
Christmas Tree Ambassador rides @ Buffalo Creek Forest
Nov 26 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

Every year our chapter supports the Forest Service’s Christmas tree cutting in an area near Buffalo Creek.  We ride around, greet people who are cutting down trees, hand out candy if we want to, and generally have a good time.  We are the eyes and ears for the Forest Service in case anyone needs help – but basically we are all there to have a good time.  Most riders decorate their horses for Christmas and make it extra fun for everyone, especially the children.

We meet at 9:00 a.m. to saddle and decorate our horses and ride from 10:00 a.m. until 2:30 or 3:00 p.m.  We are helping

November 26-28 (Friday, Saturday, Sunday) and

December 4-5 (Saturday and Sunday).

If the weather is bad or the roads are icy – we cancel.  We don’t want anyone skating around on their horse or with their trailer.  A member who lives in the area, can give the leader of the ride information on the current conditions.  It is not unusual to have to cancel a day or two – but often the weather cooperates and we have a chance for a nice winter ride.

The Forest Service opens a gate and provides special parking for our trailers away from people so we can saddle up.   It is a good day of riding and seeing the holiday spirit come alive with families and friends gathering to cut trees and meet Smokey the Bear in person.

RSVP to be informed about specific directions to the parking area.

Nov
27
Sat
Christmas Tree Ambassador rides @ Buffalo Creek Forest
Nov 27 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

Every year our chapter supports the Forest Service’s Christmas tree cutting in an area near Buffalo Creek.  We ride around, greet people who are cutting down trees, hand out candy if we want to, and generally have a good time.  We are the eyes and ears for the Forest Service in case anyone needs help – but basically we are all there to have a good time.  Most riders decorate their horses for Christmas and make it extra fun for everyone, especially the children.

We meet at 9:00 a.m. to saddle and decorate our horses and ride from 10:00 a.m. until 2:30 or 3:00 p.m.  We are helping

November 26-28 (Friday, Saturday, Sunday) and

December 4-5 (Saturday and Sunday).

If the weather is bad or the roads are icy – we cancel.  We don’t want anyone skating around on their horse or with their trailer.  A member who lives in the area, can give the leader of the ride information on the current conditions.  It is not unusual to have to cancel a day or two – but often the weather cooperates and we have a chance for a nice winter ride.

The Forest Service opens a gate and provides special parking for our trailers away from people so we can saddle up.   It is a good day of riding and seeing the holiday spirit come alive with families and friends gathering to cut trees and meet Smokey the Bear in person.

RSVP to be informed about specific directions to the parking area.

Nov
28
Sun
Christmas Tree Ambassador rides @ Buffalo Creek Forest
Nov 28 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

Every year our chapter supports the Forest Service’s Christmas tree cutting in an area near Buffalo Creek.  We ride around, greet people who are cutting down trees, hand out candy if we want to, and generally have a good time.  We are the eyes and ears for the Forest Service in case anyone needs help – but basically we are all there to have a good time.  Most riders decorate their horses for Christmas and make it extra fun for everyone, especially the children.

We meet at 9:00 a.m. to saddle and decorate our horses and ride from 10:00 a.m. until 2:30 or 3:00 p.m.  We are helping

November 26-28 (Friday, Saturday, Sunday) and

December 4-5 (Saturday and Sunday).

If the weather is bad or the roads are icy – we cancel.  We don’t want anyone skating around on their horse or with their trailer.  A member who lives in the area, can give the leader of the ride information on the current conditions.  It is not unusual to have to cancel a day or two – but often the weather cooperates and we have a chance for a nice winter ride.

The Forest Service opens a gate and provides special parking for our trailers away from people so we can saddle up.   It is a good day of riding and seeing the holiday spirit come alive with families and friends gathering to cut trees and meet Smokey the Bear in person.

RSVP to be informed about specific directions to the parking area.

Dec
4
Sat
Christmas Tree Ambassador rides @ Buffalo Creek Forest
Dec 4 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

Every year our chapter supports the Forest Service’s Christmas tree cutting in an area near Buffalo Creek.  We ride around, greet people who are cutting down trees, hand out candy if we want to, and generally have a good time.  We are the eyes and ears for the Forest Service in case anyone needs help – but basically we are all there to have a good time.  Most riders decorate their horses for Christmas and make it extra fun for everyone, especially the children.

We meet at 9:00 a.m. to saddle and decorate our horses and ride from 10:00 a.m. until 2:30 or 3:00 p.m.  We are helping

November 26-28 (Friday, Saturday, Sunday) and

December 4-5 (Saturday and Sunday).

If the weather is bad or the roads are icy – we cancel.  We don’t want anyone skating around on their horse or with their trailer.  A member who lives in the area, can give the leader of the ride information on the current conditions.  It is not unusual to have to cancel a day or two – but often the weather cooperates and we have a chance for a nice winter ride.

The Forest Service opens a gate and provides special parking for our trailers away from people so we can saddle up.   It is a good day of riding and seeing the holiday spirit come alive with families and friends gathering to cut trees and meet Smokey the Bear in person.

RSVP to be informed about specific directions to the parking area.