Fourth Battalion Deployed Spouse

Strong Bonds Event

Fourth Battalion Deployed Spouse Strong Bonds Dinner

An event designed for you! We are hosting our first Strong Bonds event designed specifically for spouses whose husband is deployed or away at training. We will be hosting you and your kids at the Glen Eyrie Castle and childcare will be provided on site. The evening will consist of a tour of the castle and a catered plated dinner where you can enjoy discussion and the view. Further details and registration are below.

Friday, Oct. 9th, 4-8pm

Glen Eyrie Castle, Colorado Springs, CO, United States

Colorado Springs, CO

Glen Eyrie is an English Tudor-style castle built by General William Jackson Palmer, the founder of Colorado Springs. There are 17 guest rooms in the castle, as well as 4 meeting rooms and 2 dining rooms. This house was his dream home and is near Colorado Springs in the northwest foothills north of the Garden of the Gods rock formations (now a city park). After building a large carriage house, where the family lived for a time, Palmer and his wife Mary (Queen) Mellen built a 22-room frame house on the 800-acre (3.2 km2) estate. This house was remodeled in 1881 to include a tower and additional rooms, and made to resemble a stone castle, reminiscent of those native to England.

Glen Eyrie is an English Tudor-style castle built by General William Jackson Palmer, the founder of Colorado Springs. There are 17 guest rooms in the castle, as well as 4 meeting rooms, 2 dining rooms, and 24 fireplaces. Glen Eyrie is on the National Register of Historic Places.

Timeline and Agenda

1600 Check - in at the Glen Eyrie Castle and childcare drop off

1630 Castle Tour

1800 - Plated Dinner

The rest of the evening will be hanging out and discussion on emotional intelligence and resources.

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