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Mountain Post Living Community Events

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Welcome to the #MountainPostLiving Community Events page! #MountainPostLiving is your Fort Carson community wellness connection. Work. Play. Thrive.


Mountain Post Living (#MountainPostLiving) Vision Statement


Mountain Post Living (#MountainPostLiving) is a community approach to living a life of balance.  It is a journey.  Mountain Post Living helps you get there.


Work. Play. Thrive.


Mountain Post Living (#MountainPostLiving) helps Soldiers and Fort Carson community members enhance their Mind, Body and Community.


Soldiers, families and civilians are able to make strong mental and emotional decisions that result in positive life experiences.


Soldiers, families and civilians are physically fit and have improved well-being.


Enhance the sense of community through increasing programs and resources that support living a healthy life with purpose.

What is Mountain Post Living?

What is Mountain Post Living?

Mountain Post Living (#MountainPostLiving) is a healthy living and active lifestyle community connection concept that helps Soldiers and families know what is happening on Fort Carson.

How can you participate?

Follow Mountain Post Living (#MountainPostLiving) on social media.  Mountain Post Living maintains a strong presence on the following social media sites: 

Go to the banner (below) titled "Connect with Mountain Post Living (#MountainPostLiving) on social media" to see where else you can interact with Mountain Post Living online.

Fort Carson Spiritual Resources


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Check out Mountain Post Shepherd (@MountainPostShepherd on Instagram) with the Fort Carson 4ID Religious Support Office.  

Religious and/or Spiritual Resources:


U.S. Army Chaplain Corps Resources:


Additional Resources Organized by Faith Group(s):

  • Click here to see more spiritual resources as organized by faith group(s).
Mindset (Ready & Resilient) Resources

Fort Carson Ready & Resilient (R2) Resources:


Fort Carson R2 Contact Information:

Address: 1891 Prussman Blvd, Bldg 1843 (6.52 mi)
Fort Carson, Colorado 80913

Phone: (719)-526-0828

Online Resources:

Physical Fitness & Nutrition Resources

Connect with the Fort Carson AWC (Army Wellness Center) for physical fitness and nutrition resources.

Fort Carson Army Wellness Center Contact Information:

Address: Bldg 1843, 1891 Prussman Blvd, Fort Carson, CO 80913
Phone: (719) 526-3887

Online Resources:

Special Events & Programs!

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August 27, 2021 - 4PM

Visit for more information.

* All event information is subject to change, or cancellation by Fort Carson MWR.

2021 Events Calendar

Visit for an extensive list of Fort Carson Mountain Post Living events.

Upcoming Major 2021 Events

On-Going Events:

Every Thursday 10:30 - 11:00 am: Story Time at Grant Library

* Links to information for select upcoming 2021 MWR and Mountain Post Living events will be added once available. 

* All event information is subject to change, or cancellation by Fort Carson MWR.


***Events are shared to bring awareness within the Fort Carson community.  Fort Carson does not endorse the hosting organizations.


How Can You Connect with Mountain Post Living (#MountainPostLiving) Online?


Mountain Post Living (#MountainPostLiving) maintains a presence on the following platforms:


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 Find Mountain Post Living on Reddit.


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YouTube channel.


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* Some social media sites may not load appropriately while on a government internet connection.  

Sign up for the Mountain Post Living mailing list to stay engaged and receive special offers (e.g., promotional giveaways).


  • Click here to sign-up for the Mountain Post Living e-mail newsletter!

Click on the link(s) below to see past Mountain Post Living e-mail newsletters:



Are you a Single Soldier? Check out Fort Carson BOSS Resources

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The Better Opportunities for Single Soldiers (BOSS) program represents the voice of the single Soldier. If you're a single Soldier, then the BOSS triad advocates for you by advancing quality of life issues on the installation.

Visit the Fort Carson BOSS website page, or the BOSS Facebook page for more information.

Recipe of the Week


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Click here to see the previously featured Recipe(s) of the Week!

Stuffed Peppers

Ingredients (serves 5)


  • 5 bell peppers (any color)
  • 1 lb. ground meat, lean
  • ½ onion, diced
  • 1 garlic clove, minced
  • 2 tsp. olive oil
  • 1 cup instant brown rice
  • 1 14-15 oz. can diced tomatoes with chili peppers, drained
  • 1 15 oz. can tomato sauce
  • 1 cup shredded cheese

Directions (preheat oven to 350 degrees F)


  1. Begin cooking the rice according to package directions.
  2. While the rice is cooking, begin cooking the garlic, onions, and ground meat in a large pan on medium heat.  This pan should be big enough to contain all the ingredients save the peppers.  Cook until the meat is no longer pink.  Drain the oil and discard.
  3. Add the can of diced tomatoes to the beef and bring to heat.  Add the rice and ¾ of the tomato sauce.  Stir until mixed.
  4. Wash and dry the bell peppers.  Cut the tops off and discard the top and seeds.
  5. Fill the peppers with the rice and beef mixture.  Pour the remaining tomato sauce on top of each pepper.  
  6. Put the peppers on a baking dish and cover loosely with aluminum foil.  Bake for 20 minutes.  
  7. Remove the aluminum foil, top the peppers with shredded cheese, and cook for an additional 10 minutes.


  • To give it more of a flair, you can add a can of black beans.
  • You can increase the servings and add another pepper by adding 1 cup chopped mushrooms during step 2. 
  • This can easily be made using the same methods as the Unrolled Stuffed Cabbage recipe.

Tell us if you like this week's Recipe of the Week!  Share your experiences making healthy recipes on Facebook, or Instagram (use hashtag #MountainPostLiving).

*This recipe was last updated 8 July 2021 at 1609 (4:09 PM) and is updated approximately every two weeks.

#MountainPostLiving Videos

Visit the #MountainPostLiving YouTube and Vimeo pages to see more great videos.  

Watch #MoutainPostLiving videos by linking to your preferred channel below:

  • Click here to visit the #MountainPostLiving YouTube channel
  • Click here to visit the #MountainPostLiving Vimeo channel
Looking for What Things to Do around Fort Carson?

Are you a married, or single Soldier looking for things to do?  If so, visit the #MountainPostLiving local attractions website page for ideas of things to do around Fort Carson and the Colorado Springs greater area(s).

Fort Carson ACS (Army Community Service) Resources
Check out the Fort Carson Mountain Post Living APP!

Check out the new Fort Carson Mountain Post Living App 2.0! 

  • It is available for FREE download on both Android and Apple devices.
  • Updates include Fitness, Recreation, 4ID Standards, ACS agencies, ID Cards, Post Shuttle routes and Troop Schools.
  • See the Mountain Post Living digital flyer for more details.

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Fort Carson PCS Information

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Mountain Post Living PCS Resources:

  • Mountain Post Living PCS & In-Processing Information web page.

Fort Carson ACS Resources:

Own Your Limits

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If you or someone you know is in crisis, then:

  • Contact the Military Crisis Line
    • Call 911: 1-800-273-8255, press 1
    • Text 838255

Visit Own Your for more information!




All brand resources for Mountain Post Living tent pole events are available in the menus below.


  1. Click on a row to see available files for each event.
  2. Right click on each link.  Choose 'Save As' for PC. Choose 'Save Link As' for Mac.
  3. Save to your chosen destination. 
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