The primary purpose of the American Legion is to provide a support network for Veterans and their families, and Post 119 is committed to that mission. Beyond that purpose, from the National Legion website we read “The American Legion was chartered ... as a patriotic veterans organization devoted to mutual helpfulness. It is...committed to mentoring youth and sponsorship of wholesome programs in our communities, advocating patriotism and honor, promoting strong national security, and continued devotion to our fellow servicemembers and veterans. “ (emphases added) In other words, the American Legion exists to serve the community at-large as well as the veterans in the community. Explore our website to learn about some of the ways we make this happen.
A primary focus of American Legion Post 119 is to serve Veterans and their families. Find out the ways we do this.
Learn about the American Legion Family and the ways in which we live our mission here in Estes Park.
Thanks to the generosity and the creativity of our fabulous supporters, the Legion graveyard is open for your enjoyment!
Through the generous creative genius of Kovo Mendoza and a host of volunteers, we are proud to present our 3rd annual Haunted House at American Legion Post 119. And it is getting better every year! Visit our ghoulish graveyard as you enter the front door of the Legion building. Try your luck at our carnival games as you await your turn to tour through the basement maze of horrors in this historic icon. And then hold onto your loved ones as you are lead into the chilling chambers below. This experience is worth a trip up the mountain to the small town that is known for its ghostly legends! Open every Friday and Saturday night 7-10pm from October 12 through October 27. Cost of $15 includes the Haunted House tour and carnival games in the Legion Hall. Refreshments are also available. Proceeds benefit American Legion programs in support of veterans and their families.
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"Our Town. Unfiltered. American Legion Post 119."
by Nick Mollé Productions.
Hosted by local journalist, Claire Mollé, this episode investigates the key purposes of the American Legion. It features American Legion Past Commander, Terry Rizzuti, as he describes his experience as a Marine in the Vietnam War, and why the American Legion is such an important organization. The show goes on to explore the challenges that Post 119 is facing and what it means for the future of the Post.
We love our guests and our members, so feel free to visit during normal business hours.
PO Box 127, 850 North Saint Vrain Avenue, Estes Park, Colorado 80517
May be open additional hours for appointments or special events.