Events hosted at LCC
Antelope Classic Golf Tournament
The LCC Foundation hosted its 15th Annual Antelope Classic Golf Tournament on Friday and Saturday, September 9-10, 2016, at the Spreading Antlers Golf Course. To reserve your team or assist in sponsoring next year’s tournament, contact us at 719.336.1520 or email@example.com. Download the 2016 tournament brochure.
Each year the LCC Foundation hosts this annual event held in September at the Spreading Antlers Golf Course. The Antelope Classic runs in a modified four-person scramble. Teams are flighted based on 10% of team combined handicap; total of team handicap may not exceed ninety. Each team member is required to have two tee shots. Tournament winners are based on net score.
This tournament helps the Lamar Community College Foundation to continue in its mission to provide the best learning environments and scholarships to students.
Art, Craft, & Food Festival
LCC will host its 42nd Annual Art, Craft & Food Festival on Saturday, November 12, 2016. This event takes place each November with over fifty vendors presenting their goods to more than 1,000 attendees.
Interested in being a vendor?
- Vendors may reserve a booth by downloading and returning both the application and waiver.
- Do you have a current City of Lamar Business License? You must have a valid license to sell goods or services at the craft fair. Complete the City Sales Tax License application and return to the City of Lamar.
CONTACT Wellness Center Coordinator, phone: 719.336.1678 or email Wellness@LamarCC.edu
LCC’s Frontier History Encampment
See history come to life at the Frontier History Encampment! With the assistance of community partners, Lamar Community College proudly hosts this biannual educational opportunity that brings the American Frontier to life for visitors.
On October 2-3, the biannual Encampment was held on the Lamar Community College campus. This living history experience brought expert first-person historic interpreters to campus to create a walk through immersion into the 19th century. Attendees met and experienced camps of Native Americans, fur trappers and traders, Mormon pioneers, Civil War cavalry, artillery and infantry, a Mexican vaquero, chuck wagon cooks, buffalo hunter, soiled doves, and more.
The Encampment is a one of a kind celebration of the many different groups and cultures who called this part of the country home for one hundred years. The event is always free and open to all ages.
The Frontier History Encampment will return to LCC in 2017 – check back for more information.
The Encampment illustrates what life was like on the Great Plains from 1800 – 1890, with attendees progressing through different periods in time. The event draws hundreds of attendees from Colorado and neighboring states. Unlike static museum displays, attendees interact with living historians by asking questions, joining in activities, and listening to the historians’ tales.
CONTACT Kelly Emick, phone 719.336.1532 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Lamar Community College thanks our 2015 Community Partners:
- Colorado East Bank & Trust
- Huddleston-Butler Foundation
- The Weitgenant Trust
$500 – $999
- Lamar Rotary Club
- Wal-Mart Foundation
- Community State Bank
- Four Seasons Crop Insurance
- Big R
- Valley National Bank
- Air Care Incorporated
- Bent County Correctional Facility
- McClave State Bank
- Rudy Torres Excavation
- Lamar Thriftway
- DeLoach’s Culligan
- Pit Stop
- Hasser Well Service
- Alexander’s Fire Care
- Rancher’s Supply
- Emick Family
- Prowers County
Girls in the Middle Conference
The 2016 Girls in the Middle Conference was held on March 5, 2016, during which attendees were encouraged to “follow their arrow” and pursue a career they are passionate about. The 2017 Girls in the Middle date has yet to be set.
This conference is a one-day event held on the first Saturday in March of each year. Its purpose is to introduce middle school girls to careers in Science, Math, Engineering, Technology and Healthcare. Professional women lead interactive, hands-on sessions for exploration.
Built on a proven and popular format and formula, this is an excellent opportunity to empower girls to look beyond “traditional” female occupations to make an informed decision about their futures. Participation in this conference during their middle school years encourages girls to stay engaged in math & science and plan their high school courses accordingly.
To learn more, visit the Girls in the Middle website.