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A sincere "thank you" to all of our customers for another wonderful season.  We appreciate you!  We will work very hard this winter to bring you an even better Brownfield's next year.  Many blessings this holiday season.  See you in the Spring of 2016!  

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Brownfield’s is celebrating the Centennial of Rocky Mountain National Park by hosting author and photographer, Jim Williams. Jim will be presenting in the Hondius Room at the Estes Park Library on Thursday, August 20th at 7pm. Brownfield’s will be giving away terrific door prizes and providing refreshments. The event is free of charge. For 30 years, Jim & Pam Williams were teachers in Downers Grove School District in Illinois. For all of those years, Jim ran a humble photo business as a wilderness photographer. As a family, Jim, Pam, and their daughter, Meredith, traveled the country seeking adventures that were...

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Rocky Mountain National Park Centennial Celebration For generations, Rocky Mountain National Park has inspired, delighted and amazed the guests who have entered into the park boundaries. In 2015, Estes Park will be joining Rocky Mountain National Park in celebrating their 100th anniversary with special events, educational series, live music and more. There is a lot to see and do this year, so we have compiled the top five ways to celebrate. TOP 5 WAYS TO CELEBRATE ROCKY MOUNTAIN NATIONAL PARK'S CENTENNIAL IN ESTES PARK 1. Enjoy Summer Events in the Rocky Mountains    It's considered a favorite season by many...

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When I tell people I live in Estes Park, Colorado, the response is generally consistent. I hear comments such as, “You are so lucky” or “I love Estes Park” or “I wish I had a home in Estes Park.” There are no bragging rights in sharing this. It is truly a statement of blessing. For the almost 6,000 people who call Estes Park home, it is indeed a privilege. And, the over three million visitors who come to Estes Park each year know why it is such a blessing.Estes Park is unlike any place else. It is a mountain village...

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Your friends at Brownfield’s would like to invite you to help Estes Park. We are partnering with Summit Church to lead a campaign adopting businesses affected by the devastating flood on September 12, 2013. As you know, the flood caused an enormous amount of damage and a huge financial loss to the town of Estes Park. After the flood, many people came to the aid of individuals and assisted with massive town clean-up efforts. Yet, the businesses in town still struggle. A small group of people gathered together in November to brainstorm ideas on how we could help businesses recover....

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