Young Artists
& Scholars

If you are interested in getting involved with the non-profit, no matter what program interested you, we hope that you will take the time to contact one of our board members.

Contact Information can be found on the "About Us" page.

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Seed Library

     ​This is a community free seed library for the youth to borrow seeds, bring us seeds they have grown and saved, plant seeds in the garden and pick things from the garden. We also have a reference library and volunteers to help with gardening questions. Located in Lower Stanley Vilage just east of Subway the library space is sponsored by Atkins Landscape and Cave Cat Gardens.

Out Door Education & Children's Craft Activities
    In the summer and fall activities are usually located at the Seed Library downtown. In the cooler months they are located a few miles from town off of Mary's Lake Road in Estes Park, Colorado.  Please check out "Events Calendar" page to see what is coming up and how to RSVP.

​Picture a Proverb Sessions

     Picture a Proverb Book encourages the reader and artist to engage in thoughtful creative thinking as they read the proverbs and create there own. This is a fun and therapeutic book that has provided many hours of enjoyable engagement around the world 

Music Lessons for Children
    Offered by Highland Music Center, Robert Keep and Peter Gibbs. Please use our "about us" page for contact information. We are proud to offer scholarships to youth who can use the assistance of free music lessons.

Round Table Discussions, Reader's Theatre  & Young Chautauqua Research

​     Each of these public speaking opportunities provide much needed practice

​for communication in our every day world

Math Tutoring 
    Please contact Linda  for more information.

​Tinker Time
    Located a few miles from town off Mary's Lake Road in Estes Park, Colorado. Geared toward ages 14-18, but all are welcome. Please check the About Us page for contact information.

Livestock Education
​    We are very happy to be working with NWA Ranch on a livestock education program for children up to 18 years of age. This will enable children to learn about small livestock and horses, that otherwise could not. At this time, we are offering a fun learning environment involving rabbits, chickens and horses.

  We are currently accepting donations of money or supplies to ensure this program can continue running smoothly. We are in need of supplies for chicken coops & rabbit hutches (wood, chicken wire, etc), as well as monetary donations for feed and care supplies.   Please contact Jessica at or 970-290-4349 for more information on this project.  Thank you!