Mountain Post Living Community Events
- Mountain Post Living (#MountainPostLiving) Vision Statement
Mountain Post Living (#MountainPostLiving) is a community approach to living a life of balance. It's a journey. We help you get there.
Mountain Post Living (#MountainPostLiving) helps soldiers enhance 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 wellbeing.
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 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 (Mind & Body) Resources
Check out Mountain Post Shepherd (@MountainPostShepherd on Instagram) with the Fort Carson and 4ID Religious Office.
Religious and/or Spiritual Resources:
- Religious support Facebook page
- Mountain Post Shepherd Facebook page
- Mountain Post Shepherd Instagram account
- Special Events & Programs!
- 2020 Events Calendar
June 27, 2020: Freedom Fest (Pending)
December 4, 2020: Fort Carson Holiday Tree Lighting Ceremony
Every Thursday 10:30 - 11:00 AM: Story Time at Grant Library
*Links to information for upcoming 2020 MWR and Mountain Post Living events will be added once available. Event information is subject to change.
***These events are shared for the awareness of the community. Fort Carson does not endorse the hosting organizations.
Help us spread the word about these awesome events!
Visit each event below for information about downloading printable items and images to share on social/digital channels.
- Connect with Mountain Post Living (#MountainPostLiving) on Social Media
Mountain Post Living (#MountainPostLiving) maintains a presence on the following platforms:
Connect on Instagram via @MountainPostLiving and hashtag
Visit our blog at
Connect on Twitter using @MtnPostLiving and hashtag
Check out Fort Carson Mountain Post Living on
Find Mountain Post Living on Reddit.
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- Recipe of the Week
Click here to see the previously featured Recipe(s) of the Week!
Grilled Tuna and Watermelon Salsa
Ingredients (Serves 4)
- 4 4 oz. steaks of fresh or frozen tuna, thawed
- 1 tbsp. olive oil
- 1 tsp. chili powder
- 2 cups of watermelon, diced
- 1 ripe mango, peeled and diced
- ½ English cucumber, peeled and chopped
- 2½ tbsp. red onion, diced
- 1 jalapeño, minced and seeded (optional)
- 1-2 garlic cloves, minced
- Zest of one lime
- Juice of ½ lime
- ¼ cup of chopped fresh cilantro
- Pat dry each tuna steak. Lightly brush each steak on both sides with olive oil and evenly sprinkle the chili powder on both sides of each steak. Set aside.
- Bring the grill to a very high temperature. While the grill is heating, make the salsa by adding each of the remaining ingredients into a medium-sized bowl in the order listed. Toss gently and set aside.
- Once the grill has reached a high temperature, place the steaks in the hottest section of the grill. To seal in the juices, sear the steaks for 90 seconds on each side.
- Remove the steaks from the high heat and to a cooler section of the grill. Cook for an additional 6-8 minutes, with the grill covered, checking once to see if done. The fish should begin to flake when tested with a fork and the center should still be slightly pink.
- Quickly remove the tuna from the grill and let rest for 5 minutes.
- Place one steak on a plate and top with the watermelon salsa.
- Consider serving this entrée alongside a serving of an ancient grain such as farro or on top of whole grain tortilla chips.
Visit Commissaries.com for more great recipes.
Tell us if you like this week's Recipe of the Week! Share your experiences on Facebook, or Instagram (use hashtag #MountainPostLiving).
- #MountainPostLiving Videos
Visit the #MountainPostLiving YouTube and Vimeo pages to see more of our great videos.
Watch #MoutainPostLiving video by linking to your preferred channel below:
- 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 PCS Information
Are you going to PCS to Fort Carson soon? If so, visit the Mountain Post Living PCS and in-processing web page.
Fort Carson ACS (Army Community Services) has additional PCS information available on its ACS Newcomer's web page.
All brand resources for Mountain Post Living tent pole events are available in the menus below.
DESKTOP DOWNLOAD INSTRUCTIONS
- Click on a row to see available files for each event.
- Right click on each link and choose 'Save As' for PC, 'Save Link As' for Mac
- Save to your chosen destination.
- About Commercial Printing
You may choose any commercial printer that fits your needs. You may choose to compare prices between local commercial printers such as Documart, FastSigns, FedEx Print and Ship Center, OfficeMax, OfficeDepot. You may also choose to compare the services of online commercial printers such as Vistaprint or Signs.com. Doing research on Google is recommended.
Commercial printers require vector files to produce items such as banners and posters. All vector files below are set up as full bleed, which means that the color and art goes all the way to edge.
If you are displaying a banner outdoors, it is recommended that you place your banner order with a request for grommets and wind slits. String/rope/cord does not hold up to the varying Colorado weather conditions. It is recommended to install banners with baling wire or metal quicklinks/screwlocks, which can be purchased from retailers such as Lowes or Home Depot.
- Mountain Post Living Logo
- Mountain Post Welcome Meet & Greet
Visit the Fort Carson ACS (Army Community Services) web page for more information.