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National Forest Service Exhibit

06-03-2017

Presented by Western Museum of Mining & Industry at Western Museum of Mining and Industry, Colorado Springs
Upcoming Dates: Tue, Mar 28 @ 9:00am Wed, Mar 29 @ 9:00am Thu, Mar 30 @ 9:00am + 56 more dates and times

Fri, Mar 31 @ 9:00am Sat, Apr 01 @ 9:00am Mon, Apr 03 @ 9:00am Tue, Apr 04 @ 9:00am Wed, Apr 05 @ 9:00am Thu, Apr 06 @ 9:00am Fri, Apr 07 @ 9:00am Sat, Apr 08 @ 9:00am Mon, Apr 10 @ 9:00am Tue, Apr 11 @ 9:00am Wed, Apr 12 @ 9:00am Thu, Apr 13 @ 9:00am Fri, Apr 14 @ 9:00am Sat, Apr 15 @ 9:00am Mon, Apr 17 @ 9:00am Tue, Apr 18 @ 9:00am Wed, Apr 19 @ 9:00am Thu, Apr 20 @ 9:00am Fri, Apr 21 @ 9:00am Sat, Apr 22 @ 9:00am Mon, Apr 24 @ 9:00am Tue, Apr 25 @ 9:00am Wed, Apr 26 @ 9:00am Thu, Apr 27 @ 9:00am Fri, Apr 28 @ 9:00am Sat, Apr 29 @ 9:00am Mon, May 01 @ 9:00am Tue, May 02 @ 9:00am Wed, May 03 @ 9:00am Thu, May 04 @ 9:00am Fri, May 05 @ 9:00am Sat, May 06 @ 9:00am Mon, May 08 @ 9:00am Tue, May 09 @ 9:00am Wed, May 10 @ 9:00am Thu, May 11 @ 9:00am Fri, May 12 @ 9:00am Sat, May 13 @ 9:00am Mon, May 15 @ 9:00am Tue, May 16 @ 9:00am Wed, May 17 @ 9:00am Thu, May 18 @ 9:00am Fri, May 19 @ 9:00am Sat, May 20 @ 9:00am Mon, May 22 @ 9:00am Tue, May 23 @ 9:00am Wed, May 24 @ 9:00am Thu, May 25 @ 9:00am Fri, May 26 @ 9:00am Sat, May 27 @ 9:00am Mon, May 29 @ 9:00am Tue, May 30 @ 9:00am Wed, May 31 @ 9:00am Thu, Jun 01 @ 9:00am Fri, Jun 02 @ 9:00am Sat, Jun 03 @ 9:00am - less dates and times

The Western Museum of Mining & Industry is pleased to announce the February 9 opening of its next exhibit, “Minerals You Use Everyday from the National Forests.” This exhibit consists of an interactive component from the National Museum of [more+]
The Western Museum of Mining & Industry is pleased to announce the February 9 opening of its next exhibit, “Minerals You Use Everyday from the National Forests.” This exhibit consists of an interactive component from the National Museum of Forest Service History and a selection of minerals from WMMI’s collection. Whether we realize it or not, modern civilization is heavily dependent on minerals for everything from computers and electricity to toothpaste and makeup. This exhibit highlights this importance and demonstrates how America’s national forests help supply the country’s mineral needs. The exhibit officially opens at 6 p.m. on February 9, followed by a 7 p.m lecture by Tom L. Thompson, president of the National Museum of Forest Service History. Thompson’s subject is “A History of the Forest Service: Reflecting on the Times, Ties, Timbers, Stakes, and Statutes.” Light refreshments will be offered. The museum requests that those interested in attending please contact the museum to reserve a spot. Please call (719) 488-0880 or respond by e-mail at rsvp@wmmi.org. This exhibit will be open through June 3. A second lecture will be presented on April 13 by Mindy S. Vogel, a Forest Service geologist, entitled “Rock, Paper, Forest Service: A Summary of Mining and Permitting on Forest Service Lands.” To learn more about WMMI, its programs, and events, please visit the museum website, www.wmmi.org. [less-]
Tags:   Special EventsHistory & Heritage

Spring Break Zoo Camps

03-31-2017

Presented by Cheyenne Mountain Zoo at Cheyenne Mountain Zoo, Colorado Springs
Upcoming Dates: Tue, Mar 28 @ 9:00am Wed, Mar 29 @ 9:00am Thu, Mar 30 @ 9:00am + 1 more dates and times

Fri, Mar 31 @ 9:00am - less dates and times

What do your kids want to do for their school break? Join the Zoo’s day camp programs offered during many single holidays and vacation times. Register for any one day or all of them! Space is limited; therefore pre-registration is [more+]
What do your kids want to do for their school break? Join the Zoo’s day camp programs offered during many single holidays and vacation times. Register for any one day or all of them! Space is limited; therefore pre-registration is required. Take A Walk on the Wild Side! – (Pre-K – K) – Half Day – 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. Swinging monkeys. pouncing cats. and slithering snakes–It’s a wild world of movement! Can you move like these animals? Come to camp and explore the different ways that animals move through zoo exploration and play.
  • Monday, March 27 – How Do Cats Move? Fantastic balance and skillful pouncing—cats have some unique moves! Can you move like a cat? Come and see all the cats at the Zoo and explore how and why cats move.
  • Tuesday, March 28 – How Do Birds and Invertebrates Move? Flying, hopping, crawling, and swimming! Birds and invertebrates exhibit a diverse collection of movement depending on the species. Come explore all of Zoo’s birds and invertebrates and see how many movements you can observe and try for yourself!
  • Wednesday, March 29 – How Do Reptiles Move? Slithering, climbing, and crawling—reptiles can really get around! Come explore the Zoo’s reptiles and see how and they move and discover why they move that way. Don’t forget to show us your reptile moves!
  • Thursday, March 30 – How Do Pachyderms Move? Elephants and rhinos! Some of the Zoo’s largest animals have their own ways of moving. How do elephants use their trunks? How do rhinos use their horns? How fast can elephant s and rhinos run? You better come and find out!
  • Friday, March 31 – How Do Primate Move? Swinging and climbing—primates are experts at traversing forests! Come see how primates move at the Zoo for yourself and explore why at Camp!
Amazing Animals! – (1st-2nd Grade) – Full Day Camps – 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. From their unique physical abilities to their strategic coloration, the traits that help animals survive and thrive really are amazing! Each day campers will explore the unique and interesting attribute of animals through zoo exploration, fun games, and engaging activities.
  • Monday, March 27 – The Athletes Animals all over the world have unique skills and abilities that help them survive. Come discover the exciting tricks and behaviors our animal athletes have up their sleeves! Get front row seats and hands on experiences while some animals demonstrate all the amazing things they can do!
  • Tuesday, March 28 – Masters of Defense Predators hunt other animals as their prey, but some prey creatures have created some incredible ways to protect themselves from an attack. Explore the zoo and get close to some animals with crazy protection methods.
  • Wednesday, March 29 – Colorful Critters How can animals use color to help them survive? Are beautiful colors always a good thing? Do all animals use camouflage? Come discover the answers to these colorful questions and get super close while exploring the zoo!
  • Thursday, March 30 – The Free Fliers Not just birds fly- what other flying animals can you think of? Discover the many flying species that live around the world, and learn that flying is truly an amazing animal feat!
  • Friday, March 31 – Tunneling Underground What would it be like to like in the dark? Or to dig yourself a bed room? Some animals are excellent diggers and spend their entire lives making underground homes! Explore the incredible diggers and discover what it would be like to live underground!
Mighty Missions – (3rd-4th Grade) – Full Day Camps – 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. There is more to every animal than meets the eye! Did you know that elephants are expert seed dispersers? Or that tigers are key players in making sure a forest stays healthy? Dig deeper into the lives of wild animals to learn about what they do that makes them so important to us, their animal neighbors, and their environment. Each day campers will explore the important roles of animals through zoo exploration, fun games, and engaging activities.
  • Monday, March 27 – Seed Dispersers Do you know what elephants, gorillas, and orangutans all have in common? They are expert seed dispersers! Come to camp to explore why we need seed disperses and you will come to understand why it’s no wonder we want to make sure these species are protected in the wild.
  • Tuesday, March 28 – Apex Predators Tiger and other big cats are beautiful and magnificent to watch, but did you know that they are also crucial to their wild habitats, because they are top predators? Why are apex predators important? Come to camp to discover why for yourself!
  • Wednesday, March 29 – Keystone Species There are some animals that are so important to their ecosystem that if they were to leave it, there would be drastic changes in store for their plant and animal neighbors. Find out which animals at the Zoo are keystone species and explore the affects their wild counterparts have on their wild ecosystems.
  • Thursday, March 30 – Bio-indicators Did you know that there are animals in the wild that we can observe to tell us how healthy that ecosystem is? Come discover which animals have this incredible job and explore how humans interact with them to make our world a better and healthier place for all living things!
  • Friday, March 31 – Pollinators Do you enjoy smelling flowers or eating fruits and vegetables? You have a special category of animals to thank for that! Pollinators fill an extremely important role that our world can’t live without. Come explore the wonders of pollination and meet some local pollinator representatives at the Zoo.
Junior Veterinarians – (5th-6th Grade) – Full Day Camps – 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. All creatures big and small—furry, scaly, and feathery—receive special and individualized care by our Zoo veterinarians. . Come discover what our vets do to keep all our animals happy and healthy!
  • Monday, March 27 – Small Mammals Small mammals need special care. Come discover the unique treatments some of our smaller creatures receive from our vet staff!
  • Tuesday, March 28 – Large Mammals Do very large animals require more treatment and monitoring than small animals? Our largest animals at the zoo get some very unique treatment. Come discover what our vets do to keep our biggest creatures happy and healthy!
  • Wednesday, March 29 – Reptiles and Amphibians Reptiles and amphibians have special rules just to handle them, do you know what those rules are? Explore the very important requirements for treating and handling these incredible creatures!
  • Thursday, March 30 – Birds and Invertebrates Birds and insects are very different species, both require special attention that no other animals receive. Come investigate how having wings or an exoskeleton make veterinary care special for these animals!
  • Friday, March 31 – Primates Primates are similar to us in many ways! Can they catch the flu? Do they take medicine when they do not feel well? Sign up and learn what the differences and similarities are between human and primate care!
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Tags:   Classes & WorkshopsFamily Fun

Make it to Mars Exhibit

05-26-2017

Presented by Space Foundation at Space Foundation Discovery Center, Colorado Springs
Upcoming Dates: Tue, Mar 28 @ 10:00am Wed, Mar 29 @ 10:00am Thu, Mar 30 @ 10:00am + 41 more dates and times

Fri, Mar 31 @ 10:00am Sat, Apr 01 @ 10:00am Tue, Apr 04 @ 10:00am Wed, Apr 05 @ 10:00am Thu, Apr 06 @ 10:00am Fri, Apr 07 @ 10:00am Sat, Apr 08 @ 10:00am Tue, Apr 11 @ 10:00am Wed, Apr 12 @ 10:00am Thu, Apr 13 @ 10:00am Fri, Apr 14 @ 10:00am Sat, Apr 15 @ 10:00am Tue, Apr 18 @ 10:00am Wed, Apr 19 @ 10:00am Thu, Apr 20 @ 10:00am Fri, Apr 21 @ 10:00am Sat, Apr 22 @ 10:00am Tue, Apr 25 @ 10:00am Wed, Apr 26 @ 10:00am Thu, Apr 27 @ 10:00am Fri, Apr 28 @ 10:00am Sat, Apr 29 @ 10:00am Tue, May 02 @ 10:00am Wed, May 03 @ 10:00am Thu, May 04 @ 10:00am Fri, May 05 @ 10:00am Sat, May 06 @ 10:00am Tue, May 09 @ 10:00am Wed, May 10 @ 10:00am Thu, May 11 @ 10:00am Fri, May 12 @ 10:00am Sat, May 13 @ 10:00am Tue, May 16 @ 10:00am Wed, May 17 @ 10:00am Thu, May 18 @ 10:00am Fri, May 19 @ 10:00am Sat, May 20 @ 10:00am Tue, May 23 @ 10:00am Wed, May 24 @ 10:00am Thu, May 25 @ 10:00am Fri, May 26 @ 10:00am - less dates and times

It’s a hands-on adventure as we build some of the devices that might be needed to explore Mars. You’ll be building spacesuits, rocket ships, solar sails and landers out of recycled and found materials to see if you can be a real Martian [more+]
It’s a hands-on adventure as we build some of the devices that might be needed to explore Mars. You’ll be building spacesuits, rocket ships, solar sails and landers out of recycled and found materials to see if you can be a real Martian engineer. Make it to Mars is a maker-inspired exhibit running from March 25 through May 26, 2017. [less-]
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Spring Break Tinkering

04-01-2017

Presented by Space Foundation at Space Foundation Discovery Center, Colorado Springs
Upcoming Dates: Tue, Mar 28 @ 10:00am Wed, Mar 29 @ 10:00am Thu, Mar 30 @ 10:00am + 2 more dates and times

Fri, Mar 31 @ 10:00am Sat, Apr 01 @ 10:00am - less dates and times

A variety of activities are planned that are appropriate for children ages 4-8 with an adult helper, and ages 9-17 on their own. The week-long event will wrap-up with the construction of a chain reaction machine, also known as a Rube Goldberg [more+]
A variety of activities are planned that are appropriate for children ages 4-8 with an adult helper, and ages 9-17 on their own. The week-long event will wrap-up with the construction of a chain reaction machine, also known as a Rube Goldberg Machine, to be launched at noon on Saturday, April 1. The following activities* are included in the daily admission price to the Discovery Center from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. for the week:
  • K'NEX® toys for build and exploring
  • Ball Maze
  • KEVA® Planks
  • Circuit Blocks
  • Tuesday thru Friday, Minecraft™ from 3-4 p.m., in our AGI Space Missions Simulation Laboratory
  • Saturday, Mars Robotics Laboratory activities, 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.
  • Saturday, Chain Reaction Machine 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. (Rube Goldberg Machine): Show off your best science and engineering skills and help the Space Foundation create one massive chain reaction machine. Bring your own materials or your own chain reaction machine and add it to everyone else's to create one huge machine.
  KCME Classics for Kids (March 28 and March 30, 11 a.m., 12 p.m. and 1 p.m.) What is Classical Music? This is our introductory program. Through physical activity, cartoons and live music your students will realize that they already have a basic understanding of what Classical Music is. They will even learn to conduct. This is a very popular presentation for all ages (even adults) and a great way to introduce the Classics for Kids Roadshow. Age Group: K-5 (can be customized for older age groups if desired) Overture to Opera With live musical examples we'll see where opera came from and how it turned into the art form it is today. A professional singer will be on hand to sing a few famous arias from the world’s great operatic masterpieces. We’ll also show some video clips from opera performances. K-12 *Activities are subject to change, and parents/guardian must accompany children. [less-]
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Family Star Party

03-29-2017

Presented by Space Foundation at Space Foundation Discovery Center, Colorado Springs
Upcoming Dates: Wed, Mar 29 @ 6:30pm
This event creates a fun learning environment for the whole family and inspires the next generation of astronomy enthusiasts! All outside activities are free to the public, and discounted admission is available for those wishing to explore the [more+]
This event creates a fun learning environment for the whole family and inspires the next generation of astronomy enthusiasts! All outside activities are free to the public, and discounted admission is available for those wishing to explore the Discovery Center and Science On a Sphere® inside. [less-]
Tags:   Free Events Sports & RecreationFamily Fun

Call for Auditions: Iron Springs Chateau's 'Jenny Jones Spycatcher'

04-03-2017

Presented by Iron Springs Chateau Dinner Melodrama at Iron Springs Chateau, Manitou Springs
Upcoming Dates: Sun, Apr 02 @ 2:00pm Mon, Apr 03 @ 7:00pm

We will be casting two men and two women for "Jenny Jones Spycatcher."

Rehearsals run every Monday-Thursday evenings from 7-10 p.m. beginning May 7, with opening night June 23.

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We will be casting two men and two women for "Jenny Jones Spycatcher."

Rehearsals run every Monday-Thursday evenings from 7-10 p.m. beginning May 7, with opening night June 23.

Chateau Players are required to attend all rehearsals and performances.

These are paid, non-equity positions. Please be prepared to sing an excerpt from a prepared song (must be sheet music), read a scene chosen and provided by the director, and dance a short piece created by the choreographer (please wear fitted clothing and appropriate shoes for dancing). [less-]
Tags:   Free Events Music & DanceTheatre & Film

Yuri’s Night

04-02-2017

Presented by Space Foundation at Space Foundation Discovery Center, Colorado Springs
Upcoming Dates: Sun, Apr 02 @ 5:30pm
Celebrate man's first journey into space and the first space shuttle flight, all while supporting STEAM education. Meet astronauts, play games and experience the Discovery Center for a special 21+ event.
Celebrate man's first journey into space and the first space shuttle flight, all while supporting STEAM education. Meet astronauts, play games and experience the Discovery Center for a special 21+ event. [less-]
Tags:   History & HeritageSpecial Events

MaD HatTer Saturday 2017

04-08-2017

Presented by Historic Old Colorado City at Bancroft Park in Old Colorado City, Colorado Springs
Upcoming Dates: Sat, Apr 08 @ 10:00am
Old Colorado City will be transformed into a Wonderland full of free interactive children's events, tea parties, & dozens of costumed characters. Local merchants and restaurants are joining in the fun with sidewalk sales, treats, and surprises [more+]
Old Colorado City will be transformed into a Wonderland full of free interactive children's events, tea parties, & dozens of costumed characters. Local merchants and restaurants are joining in the fun with sidewalk sales, treats, and surprises of their own. Love a Scavenger Hunt? Find the White Rabbit in Bancroft Park giving away eggs with shop names on them. Find the shop, win a prize & a discount. Our mad hats are off to our newest sponsor, Mountain Country Radio, 107.3 FM! [less-]
Tags:   Family Fun Free EventsSpecial Events

'A Tale of Two Husteds'

04-10-2017

Presented by Western Museum of Mining & Industry at Western Museum of Mining and Industry, Colorado Springs
Upcoming Dates: Mon, Apr 10 @ 6:00pm
The Palmer Lake Historical Society and the Western Museum of Mining & Industry are pleased to announce the second presentation of "A Tale of Two Husteds" by Jack Anthony! About six miles south of Palmer Lake, East Husted and West [more+]
The Palmer Lake Historical Society and the Western Museum of Mining & Industry are pleased to announce the second presentation of "A Tale of Two Husteds" by Jack Anthony! About six miles south of Palmer Lake, East Husted and West Husted sprang up as railroad "tank towns" for the Denver & Rio Grande and the Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe railroads. The two Husted depots midway between Colorado Springs and Palmer Lake became a place to pick up passengers and shipments of agricultural products. Both were thriving communities until the early 1920s. Then, development of the United States Air Force Academy in the mid-1950s caused the remaining buildings to be either moved or demolished. Only the Reynolds Ranch House remains, still in its original location east of Interstate 25 on the property of the Western Museum of Mining & Industry on Colorado Springs' north side. Jack Anthony is a graduate of the Air Force Academy. For almost 40 years, he has served in various military, intelligence, and NASA roles as an engineer, educator, leader, and operator. Jack successfully spear-headed the effort to have the Palmer Lake Star included on the State Register of Historic Properties. His presentation includes both sides and a short video. [less-]
Tags:   Free EventsHistory & Heritage

Exhibit Lecture by Mindy S. Vogel

04-13-2017

Presented by Western Museum of Mining & Industry at Western Museum of Mining and Industry, Colorado Springs
Upcoming Dates: Thu, Apr 13 @ 6:00pm
On April 13, Mindy S. Vogel, a Forest Service geologist, will present a lecture entitled “Rock, Paper, Forest Service: A Summary of Mining and Permitting on Forest Service Lands.” This lecture is in pairing with the Western Museum of Mining [more+]
On April 13, Mindy S. Vogel, a Forest Service geologist, will present a lecture entitled “Rock, Paper, Forest Service: A Summary of Mining and Permitting on Forest Service Lands.” This lecture is in pairing with the Western Museum of Mining & Industry’s new exhibit, “Minerals You Use Every Day from the National Forests.” Light refreshments will be offered. [less-]
Tags:   Free Events History & HeritageClasses & Workshops

Space Story Party: Mira Forecasts the Future

04-18-2017

Presented by Space Foundation at Space Foundation Discovery Center, Colorado Springs
Upcoming Dates: Tue, Apr 18 @ 10:30am
“For some, telling the future is a GIFT. For Mira, it’s a SCIENCE!” Join us for reading and craft fun with a weather theme! Discover the science of weather with author Kell Andrews’ book "Mira Forecasts the Future."
“For some, telling the future is a GIFT. For Mira, it’s a SCIENCE!” Join us for reading and craft fun with a weather theme! Discover the science of weather with author Kell Andrews’ book "Mira Forecasts the Future." [less-]
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Tesla’s Toolbox: 3D Hologram with Smartphone

04-22-2017

Presented by Space Foundation at Space Foundation Discovery Center, Colorado Springs
Upcoming Dates: Sat, Apr 22 @ 10:00am
Take a step into the future and create your own hologram by using simple materials found around the house and a smartphone.
Take a step into the future and create your own hologram by using simple materials found around the house and a smartphone. [less-]
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Family Star Party

04-26-2017

Presented by Space Foundation at Space Foundation Discovery Center, Colorado Springs
Upcoming Dates: Wed, Apr 26 @ 6:30pm
This event creates a fun learning environment for the whole family and inspires the next generation of astronomy enthusiasts! All outside activities are free to the public, and discounted admission is available for those wishing to explore the [more+]
This event creates a fun learning environment for the whole family and inspires the next generation of astronomy enthusiasts! All outside activities are free to the public, and discounted admission is available for those wishing to explore the Discovery Center and Science On a Sphere® inside. [less-]
Tags:   Free EventsFamily Fun

Pike’s Peak Antique Machinery Days

05-14-2017

Presented by Western Museum of Mining & Industry at Western Museum of Mining and Industry, Colorado Springs
Upcoming Dates: Fri, May 12 @ 10:00am Sat, May 13 @ 10:00am Sun, May 14 @ 10:00am
Pike’s Peak Antique Machinery Days, with the Arkansas Valley Flywheelers, Front Range Antique Power Association, antique automobile clubs, tractor pulls, and more!
Pike’s Peak Antique Machinery Days, with the Arkansas Valley Flywheelers, Front Range Antique Power Association, antique automobile clubs, tractor pulls, and more! [less-]
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Run to the Shrine

05-20-2017

Presented by Cheyenne Mountain Zoo at Cheyenne Mountain Zoo, Colorado Springs
Upcoming Dates: Sat, May 20 @ 7:30am
The annual Run to the Shrine fundraiser is the only day of the year foot traffic is allowed on the breathtaking road to the Will Rogers Shrine of the Sun. This year’s event will feature a new four-mile course on Saturday, May 20, 2017, and all [more+]
The annual Run to the Shrine fundraiser is the only day of the year foot traffic is allowed on the breathtaking road to the Will Rogers Shrine of the Sun. This year’s event will feature a new four-mile course on Saturday, May 20, 2017, and all proceeds benefit Cheyenne Mountain Zoo. The new four-mile run/walk course is chip timed, winding through the Zoo with mountain goats, giraffes and elephants lining the course. It is a great route for competitive athletes, weekend warriors, casual walkers and families of all ages. Jogging strollers with safety equipment are welcome! Run to the Shrine registration includes Zoo admission for the rest of the day (up to $19 value!), a commemorative performance T-shirt featuring Yazhi, our Rocky Mountain goat and a post-event party at the Zoo's Lodge at Moose Lake. All proceeds help feed and care for Cheyenne Mountain Zoo's 750 animals. Since the Zoo doesn’t receive any tax support, community events like Run to the Shrine help keep the zoo “running.” For all the details, visit www.cmzoo.org/run. [less-]
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Picnic-N-Planes

05-24-2017

Presented by Western Museum of Mining & Industry at Western Museum of Mining and Industry, Colorado Springs
Upcoming Dates: Wed, May 24 @ 9:30am
Picnic-N-Planes (USAFA Graduation Day). For $5 per carload, come to the museum to see the Thunderbirds fly low over the museum property. Bring your picnic lunch, cameras, and binoculars for a fun outing.
Picnic-N-Planes (USAFA Graduation Day). For $5 per carload, come to the museum to see the Thunderbirds fly low over the museum property. Bring your picnic lunch, cameras, and binoculars for a fun outing. [less-]
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Moonlight on the Mountain

06-29-2017

Presented by Cheyenne Mountain Zoo at Cheyenne Mountain Zoo, Colorado Springs
Upcoming Dates: Thu, Jun 29 @ 6:00pm
This annual mixer is one of Cheyenne Mountain Zoo’s adult-only evening events. Local musicians will set the mood throughout the Zoo and have guests dancing the night away while sipping unlimited samples of beer, wine, spirits and soft drinks, as [more+]
This annual mixer is one of Cheyenne Mountain Zoo’s adult-only evening events. Local musicians will set the mood throughout the Zoo and have guests dancing the night away while sipping unlimited samples of beer, wine, spirits and soft drinks, as well as delicious eats from area restaurants. Attendance is restricted to adults 21 and over, and will go on rain or shine! Tickets go on sale April 1. [less-]
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National Forest Service Exhibit

06-03-2017

Presented by Western Museum of Mining & Industry at Western Museum of Mining and Industry, Colorado Springs
Upcoming Dates: Tue, Mar 28 @ 9:00am Wed, Mar 29 @ 9:00am Thu, Mar 30 @ 9:00am + 56 more dates and times

Fri, Mar 31 @ 9:00am Sat, Apr 01 @ 9:00am Mon, Apr 03 @ 9:00am Tue, Apr 04 @ 9:00am Wed, Apr 05 @ 9:00am Thu, Apr 06 @ 9:00am Fri, Apr 07 @ 9:00am Sat, Apr 08 @ 9:00am Mon, Apr 10 @ 9:00am Tue, Apr 11 @ 9:00am Wed, Apr 12 @ 9:00am Thu, Apr 13 @ 9:00am Fri, Apr 14 @ 9:00am Sat, Apr 15 @ 9:00am Mon, Apr 17 @ 9:00am Tue, Apr 18 @ 9:00am Wed, Apr 19 @ 9:00am Thu, Apr 20 @ 9:00am Fri, Apr 21 @ 9:00am Sat, Apr 22 @ 9:00am Mon, Apr 24 @ 9:00am Tue, Apr 25 @ 9:00am Wed, Apr 26 @ 9:00am Thu, Apr 27 @ 9:00am Fri, Apr 28 @ 9:00am Sat, Apr 29 @ 9:00am Mon, May 01 @ 9:00am Tue, May 02 @ 9:00am Wed, May 03 @ 9:00am Thu, May 04 @ 9:00am Fri, May 05 @ 9:00am Sat, May 06 @ 9:00am Mon, May 08 @ 9:00am Tue, May 09 @ 9:00am Wed, May 10 @ 9:00am Thu, May 11 @ 9:00am Fri, May 12 @ 9:00am Sat, May 13 @ 9:00am Mon, May 15 @ 9:00am Tue, May 16 @ 9:00am Wed, May 17 @ 9:00am Thu, May 18 @ 9:00am Fri, May 19 @ 9:00am Sat, May 20 @ 9:00am Mon, May 22 @ 9:00am Tue, May 23 @ 9:00am Wed, May 24 @ 9:00am Thu, May 25 @ 9:00am Fri, May 26 @ 9:00am Sat, May 27 @ 9:00am Mon, May 29 @ 9:00am Tue, May 30 @ 9:00am Wed, May 31 @ 9:00am Thu, Jun 01 @ 9:00am Fri, Jun 02 @ 9:00am Sat, Jun 03 @ 9:00am - less dates and times

The Western Museum of Mining & Industry is pleased to announce the February 9 opening of its next exhibit, “Minerals You Use Everyday from the National Forests.” This exhibit consists of an interactive component from the National Museum of [more+]
The Western Museum of Mining & Industry is pleased to announce the February 9 opening of its next exhibit, “Minerals You Use Everyday from the National Forests.” This exhibit consists of an interactive component from the National Museum of Forest Service History and a selection of minerals from WMMI’s collection. Whether we realize it or not, modern civilization is heavily dependent on minerals for everything from computers and electricity to toothpaste and makeup. This exhibit highlights this importance and demonstrates how America’s national forests help supply the country’s mineral needs. The exhibit officially opens at 6 p.m. on February 9, followed by a 7 p.m lecture by Tom L. Thompson, president of the National Museum of Forest Service History. Thompson’s subject is “A History of the Forest Service: Reflecting on the Times, Ties, Timbers, Stakes, and Statutes.” Light refreshments will be offered. The museum requests that those interested in attending please contact the museum to reserve a spot. Please call (719) 488-0880 or respond by e-mail at rsvp@wmmi.org. This exhibit will be open through June 3. A second lecture will be presented on April 13 by Mindy S. Vogel, a Forest Service geologist, entitled “Rock, Paper, Forest Service: A Summary of Mining and Permitting on Forest Service Lands.” To learn more about WMMI, its programs, and events, please visit the museum website, www.wmmi.org. [less-]
Tags:   Special EventsHistory & Heritage

Spring Break Zoo Camps

03-31-2017

Presented by Cheyenne Mountain Zoo at Cheyenne Mountain Zoo, Colorado Springs
Upcoming Dates: Tue, Mar 28 @ 9:00am Wed, Mar 29 @ 9:00am Thu, Mar 30 @ 9:00am + 1 more dates and times

Fri, Mar 31 @ 9:00am - less dates and times

What do your kids want to do for their school break? Join the Zoo’s day camp programs offered during many single holidays and vacation times. Register for any one day or all of them! Space is limited; therefore pre-registration is [more+]
What do your kids want to do for their school break? Join the Zoo’s day camp programs offered during many single holidays and vacation times. Register for any one day or all of them! Space is limited; therefore pre-registration is required. Take A Walk on the Wild Side! – (Pre-K – K) – Half Day – 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. Swinging monkeys. pouncing cats. and slithering snakes–It’s a wild world of movement! Can you move like these animals? Come to camp and explore the different ways that animals move through zoo exploration and play.
  • Monday, March 27 – How Do Cats Move? Fantastic balance and skillful pouncing—cats have some unique moves! Can you move like a cat? Come and see all the cats at the Zoo and explore how and why cats move.
  • Tuesday, March 28 – How Do Birds and Invertebrates Move? Flying, hopping, crawling, and swimming! Birds and invertebrates exhibit a diverse collection of movement depending on the species. Come explore all of Zoo’s birds and invertebrates and see how many movements you can observe and try for yourself!
  • Wednesday, March 29 – How Do Reptiles Move? Slithering, climbing, and crawling—reptiles can really get around! Come explore the Zoo’s reptiles and see how and they move and discover why they move that way. Don’t forget to show us your reptile moves!
  • Thursday, March 30 – How Do Pachyderms Move? Elephants and rhinos! Some of the Zoo’s largest animals have their own ways of moving. How do elephants use their trunks? How do rhinos use their horns? How fast can elephant s and rhinos run? You better come and find out!
  • Friday, March 31 – How Do Primate Move? Swinging and climbing—primates are experts at traversing forests! Come see how primates move at the Zoo for yourself and explore why at Camp!
Amazing Animals! – (1st-2nd Grade) – Full Day Camps – 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. From their unique physical abilities to their strategic coloration, the traits that help animals survive and thrive really are amazing! Each day campers will explore the unique and interesting attribute of animals through zoo exploration, fun games, and engaging activities.
  • Monday, March 27 – The Athletes Animals all over the world have unique skills and abilities that help them survive. Come discover the exciting tricks and behaviors our animal athletes have up their sleeves! Get front row seats and hands on experiences while some animals demonstrate all the amazing things they can do!
  • Tuesday, March 28 – Masters of Defense Predators hunt other animals as their prey, but some prey creatures have created some incredible ways to protect themselves from an attack. Explore the zoo and get close to some animals with crazy protection methods.
  • Wednesday, March 29 – Colorful Critters How can animals use color to help them survive? Are beautiful colors always a good thing? Do all animals use camouflage? Come discover the answers to these colorful questions and get super close while exploring the zoo!
  • Thursday, March 30 – The Free Fliers Not just birds fly- what other flying animals can you think of? Discover the many flying species that live around the world, and learn that flying is truly an amazing animal feat!
  • Friday, March 31 – Tunneling Underground What would it be like to like in the dark? Or to dig yourself a bed room? Some animals are excellent diggers and spend their entire lives making underground homes! Explore the incredible diggers and discover what it would be like to live underground!
Mighty Missions – (3rd-4th Grade) – Full Day Camps – 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. There is more to every animal than meets the eye! Did you know that elephants are expert seed dispersers? Or that tigers are key players in making sure a forest stays healthy? Dig deeper into the lives of wild animals to learn about what they do that makes them so important to us, their animal neighbors, and their environment. Each day campers will explore the important roles of animals through zoo exploration, fun games, and engaging activities.
  • Monday, March 27 – Seed Dispersers Do you know what elephants, gorillas, and orangutans all have in common? They are expert seed dispersers! Come to camp to explore why we need seed disperses and you will come to understand why it’s no wonder we want to make sure these species are protected in the wild.
  • Tuesday, March 28 – Apex Predators Tiger and other big cats are beautiful and magnificent to watch, but did you know that they are also crucial to their wild habitats, because they are top predators? Why are apex predators important? Come to camp to discover why for yourself!
  • Wednesday, March 29 – Keystone Species There are some animals that are so important to their ecosystem that if they were to leave it, there would be drastic changes in store for their plant and animal neighbors. Find out which animals at the Zoo are keystone species and explore the affects their wild counterparts have on their wild ecosystems.
  • Thursday, March 30 – Bio-indicators Did you know that there are animals in the wild that we can observe to tell us how healthy that ecosystem is? Come discover which animals have this incredible job and explore how humans interact with them to make our world a better and healthier place for all living things!
  • Friday, March 31 – Pollinators Do you enjoy smelling flowers or eating fruits and vegetables? You have a special category of animals to thank for that! Pollinators fill an extremely important role that our world can’t live without. Come explore the wonders of pollination and meet some local pollinator representatives at the Zoo.
Junior Veterinarians – (5th-6th Grade) – Full Day Camps – 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. All creatures big and small—furry, scaly, and feathery—receive special and individualized care by our Zoo veterinarians. . Come discover what our vets do to keep all our animals happy and healthy!
  • Monday, March 27 – Small Mammals Small mammals need special care. Come discover the unique treatments some of our smaller creatures receive from our vet staff!
  • Tuesday, March 28 – Large Mammals Do very large animals require more treatment and monitoring than small animals? Our largest animals at the zoo get some very unique treatment. Come discover what our vets do to keep our biggest creatures happy and healthy!
  • Wednesday, March 29 – Reptiles and Amphibians Reptiles and amphibians have special rules just to handle them, do you know what those rules are? Explore the very important requirements for treating and handling these incredible creatures!
  • Thursday, March 30 – Birds and Invertebrates Birds and insects are very different species, both require special attention that no other animals receive. Come investigate how having wings or an exoskeleton make veterinary care special for these animals!
  • Friday, March 31 – Primates Primates are similar to us in many ways! Can they catch the flu? Do they take medicine when they do not feel well? Sign up and learn what the differences and similarities are between human and primate care!
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Make it to Mars Exhibit

05-26-2017

Presented by Space Foundation at Space Foundation Discovery Center, Colorado Springs
Upcoming Dates: Tue, Mar 28 @ 10:00am Wed, Mar 29 @ 10:00am Thu, Mar 30 @ 10:00am + 41 more dates and times

Fri, Mar 31 @ 10:00am Sat, Apr 01 @ 10:00am Tue, Apr 04 @ 10:00am Wed, Apr 05 @ 10:00am Thu, Apr 06 @ 10:00am Fri, Apr 07 @ 10:00am Sat, Apr 08 @ 10:00am Tue, Apr 11 @ 10:00am Wed, Apr 12 @ 10:00am Thu, Apr 13 @ 10:00am Fri, Apr 14 @ 10:00am Sat, Apr 15 @ 10:00am Tue, Apr 18 @ 10:00am Wed, Apr 19 @ 10:00am Thu, Apr 20 @ 10:00am Fri, Apr 21 @ 10:00am Sat, Apr 22 @ 10:00am Tue, Apr 25 @ 10:00am Wed, Apr 26 @ 10:00am Thu, Apr 27 @ 10:00am Fri, Apr 28 @ 10:00am Sat, Apr 29 @ 10:00am Tue, May 02 @ 10:00am Wed, May 03 @ 10:00am Thu, May 04 @ 10:00am Fri, May 05 @ 10:00am Sat, May 06 @ 10:00am Tue, May 09 @ 10:00am Wed, May 10 @ 10:00am Thu, May 11 @ 10:00am Fri, May 12 @ 10:00am Sat, May 13 @ 10:00am Tue, May 16 @ 10:00am Wed, May 17 @ 10:00am Thu, May 18 @ 10:00am Fri, May 19 @ 10:00am Sat, May 20 @ 10:00am Tue, May 23 @ 10:00am Wed, May 24 @ 10:00am Thu, May 25 @ 10:00am Fri, May 26 @ 10:00am - less dates and times

It’s a hands-on adventure as we build some of the devices that might be needed to explore Mars. You’ll be building spacesuits, rocket ships, solar sails and landers out of recycled and found materials to see if you can be a real Martian [more+]
It’s a hands-on adventure as we build some of the devices that might be needed to explore Mars. You’ll be building spacesuits, rocket ships, solar sails and landers out of recycled and found materials to see if you can be a real Martian engineer. Make it to Mars is a maker-inspired exhibit running from March 25 through May 26, 2017. [less-]
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Spring Break Tinkering

04-01-2017

Presented by Space Foundation at Space Foundation Discovery Center, Colorado Springs
Upcoming Dates: Tue, Mar 28 @ 10:00am Wed, Mar 29 @ 10:00am Thu, Mar 30 @ 10:00am + 2 more dates and times

Fri, Mar 31 @ 10:00am Sat, Apr 01 @ 10:00am - less dates and times

A variety of activities are planned that are appropriate for children ages 4-8 with an adult helper, and ages 9-17 on their own. The week-long event will wrap-up with the construction of a chain reaction machine, also known as a Rube Goldberg [more+]
A variety of activities are planned that are appropriate for children ages 4-8 with an adult helper, and ages 9-17 on their own. The week-long event will wrap-up with the construction of a chain reaction machine, also known as a Rube Goldberg Machine, to be launched at noon on Saturday, April 1. The following activities* are included in the daily admission price to the Discovery Center from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. for the week:
  • K'NEX® toys for build and exploring
  • Ball Maze
  • KEVA® Planks
  • Circuit Blocks
  • Tuesday thru Friday, Minecraft™ from 3-4 p.m., in our AGI Space Missions Simulation Laboratory
  • Saturday, Mars Robotics Laboratory activities, 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.
  • Saturday, Chain Reaction Machine 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. (Rube Goldberg Machine): Show off your best science and engineering skills and help the Space Foundation create one massive chain reaction machine. Bring your own materials or your own chain reaction machine and add it to everyone else's to create one huge machine.
  KCME Classics for Kids (March 28 and March 30, 11 a.m., 12 p.m. and 1 p.m.) What is Classical Music? This is our introductory program. Through physical activity, cartoons and live music your students will realize that they already have a basic understanding of what Classical Music is. They will even learn to conduct. This is a very popular presentation for all ages (even adults) and a great way to introduce the Classics for Kids Roadshow. Age Group: K-5 (can be customized for older age groups if desired) Overture to Opera With live musical examples we'll see where opera came from and how it turned into the art form it is today. A professional singer will be on hand to sing a few famous arias from the world’s great operatic masterpieces. We’ll also show some video clips from opera performances. K-12 *Activities are subject to change, and parents/guardian must accompany children. [less-]
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Family Star Party

03-29-2017

Presented by Space Foundation at Space Foundation Discovery Center, Colorado Springs
Upcoming Dates: Wed, Mar 29 @ 6:30pm
This event creates a fun learning environment for the whole family and inspires the next generation of astronomy enthusiasts! All outside activities are free to the public, and discounted admission is available for those wishing to explore the [more+]
This event creates a fun learning environment for the whole family and inspires the next generation of astronomy enthusiasts! All outside activities are free to the public, and discounted admission is available for those wishing to explore the Discovery Center and Science On a Sphere® inside. [less-]
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Call for Auditions: Iron Springs Chateau's 'Jenny Jones Spycatcher'

04-03-2017

Presented by Iron Springs Chateau Dinner Melodrama at Iron Springs Chateau, Manitou Springs
Upcoming Dates: Sun, Apr 02 @ 2:00pm Mon, Apr 03 @ 7:00pm

We will be casting two men and two women for "Jenny Jones Spycatcher."

Rehearsals run every Monday-Thursday evenings from 7-10 p.m. beginning May 7, with opening night June 23.

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We will be casting two men and two women for "Jenny Jones Spycatcher."

Rehearsals run every Monday-Thursday evenings from 7-10 p.m. beginning May 7, with opening night June 23.

Chateau Players are required to attend all rehearsals and performances.

These are paid, non-equity positions. Please be prepared to sing an excerpt from a prepared song (must be sheet music), read a scene chosen and provided by the director, and dance a short piece created by the choreographer (please wear fitted clothing and appropriate shoes for dancing). [less-]
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Yuri’s Night

04-02-2017

Presented by Space Foundation at Space Foundation Discovery Center, Colorado Springs
Upcoming Dates: Sun, Apr 02 @ 5:30pm
Celebrate man's first journey into space and the first space shuttle flight, all while supporting STEAM education. Meet astronauts, play games and experience the Discovery Center for a special 21+ event.
Celebrate man's first journey into space and the first space shuttle flight, all while supporting STEAM education. Meet astronauts, play games and experience the Discovery Center for a special 21+ event. [less-]
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MaD HatTer Saturday 2017

04-08-2017

Presented by Historic Old Colorado City at Bancroft Park in Old Colorado City, Colorado Springs
Upcoming Dates: Sat, Apr 08 @ 10:00am
Old Colorado City will be transformed into a Wonderland full of free interactive children's events, tea parties, & dozens of costumed characters. Local merchants and restaurants are joining in the fun with sidewalk sales, treats, and surprises [more+]
Old Colorado City will be transformed into a Wonderland full of free interactive children's events, tea parties, & dozens of costumed characters. Local merchants and restaurants are joining in the fun with sidewalk sales, treats, and surprises of their own. Love a Scavenger Hunt? Find the White Rabbit in Bancroft Park giving away eggs with shop names on them. Find the shop, win a prize & a discount. Our mad hats are off to our newest sponsor, Mountain Country Radio, 107.3 FM! [less-]
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'A Tale of Two Husteds'

04-10-2017

Presented by Western Museum of Mining & Industry at Western Museum of Mining and Industry, Colorado Springs
Upcoming Dates: Mon, Apr 10 @ 6:00pm
The Palmer Lake Historical Society and the Western Museum of Mining & Industry are pleased to announce the second presentation of "A Tale of Two Husteds" by Jack Anthony! About six miles south of Palmer Lake, East Husted and West [more+]
The Palmer Lake Historical Society and the Western Museum of Mining & Industry are pleased to announce the second presentation of "A Tale of Two Husteds" by Jack Anthony! About six miles south of Palmer Lake, East Husted and West Husted sprang up as railroad "tank towns" for the Denver & Rio Grande and the Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe railroads. The two Husted depots midway between Colorado Springs and Palmer Lake became a place to pick up passengers and shipments of agricultural products. Both were thriving communities until the early 1920s. Then, development of the United States Air Force Academy in the mid-1950s caused the remaining buildings to be either moved or demolished. Only the Reynolds Ranch House remains, still in its original location east of Interstate 25 on the property of the Western Museum of Mining & Industry on Colorado Springs' north side. Jack Anthony is a graduate of the Air Force Academy. For almost 40 years, he has served in various military, intelligence, and NASA roles as an engineer, educator, leader, and operator. Jack successfully spear-headed the effort to have the Palmer Lake Star included on the State Register of Historic Properties. His presentation includes both sides and a short video. [less-]
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Exhibit Lecture by Mindy S. Vogel

04-13-2017

Presented by Western Museum of Mining & Industry at Western Museum of Mining and Industry, Colorado Springs
Upcoming Dates: Thu, Apr 13 @ 6:00pm
On April 13, Mindy S. Vogel, a Forest Service geologist, will present a lecture entitled “Rock, Paper, Forest Service: A Summary of Mining and Permitting on Forest Service Lands.” This lecture is in pairing with the Western Museum of Mining [more+]
On April 13, Mindy S. Vogel, a Forest Service geologist, will present a lecture entitled “Rock, Paper, Forest Service: A Summary of Mining and Permitting on Forest Service Lands.” This lecture is in pairing with the Western Museum of Mining & Industry’s new exhibit, “Minerals You Use Every Day from the National Forests.” Light refreshments will be offered. [less-]
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Space Story Party: Mira Forecasts the Future

04-18-2017

Presented by Space Foundation at Space Foundation Discovery Center, Colorado Springs
Upcoming Dates: Tue, Apr 18 @ 10:30am
“For some, telling the future is a GIFT. For Mira, it’s a SCIENCE!” Join us for reading and craft fun with a weather theme! Discover the science of weather with author Kell Andrews’ book "Mira Forecasts the Future."
“For some, telling the future is a GIFT. For Mira, it’s a SCIENCE!” Join us for reading and craft fun with a weather theme! Discover the science of weather with author Kell Andrews’ book "Mira Forecasts the Future." [less-]
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Tesla’s Toolbox: 3D Hologram with Smartphone

04-22-2017

Presented by Space Foundation at Space Foundation Discovery Center, Colorado Springs
Upcoming Dates: Sat, Apr 22 @ 10:00am
Take a step into the future and create your own hologram by using simple materials found around the house and a smartphone.
Take a step into the future and create your own hologram by using simple materials found around the house and a smartphone. [less-]
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Family Star Party

04-26-2017

Presented by Space Foundation at Space Foundation Discovery Center, Colorado Springs
Upcoming Dates: Wed, Apr 26 @ 6:30pm
This event creates a fun learning environment for the whole family and inspires the next generation of astronomy enthusiasts! All outside activities are free to the public, and discounted admission is available for those wishing to explore the [more+]
This event creates a fun learning environment for the whole family and inspires the next generation of astronomy enthusiasts! All outside activities are free to the public, and discounted admission is available for those wishing to explore the Discovery Center and Science On a Sphere® inside. [less-]
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Pike’s Peak Antique Machinery Days

05-14-2017

Presented by Western Museum of Mining & Industry at Western Museum of Mining and Industry, Colorado Springs
Upcoming Dates: Fri, May 12 @ 10:00am Sat, May 13 @ 10:00am Sun, May 14 @ 10:00am
Pike’s Peak Antique Machinery Days, with the Arkansas Valley Flywheelers, Front Range Antique Power Association, antique automobile clubs, tractor pulls, and more!
Pike’s Peak Antique Machinery Days, with the Arkansas Valley Flywheelers, Front Range Antique Power Association, antique automobile clubs, tractor pulls, and more! [less-]
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Run to the Shrine

05-20-2017

Presented by Cheyenne Mountain Zoo at Cheyenne Mountain Zoo, Colorado Springs
Upcoming Dates: Sat, May 20 @ 7:30am
The annual Run to the Shrine fundraiser is the only day of the year foot traffic is allowed on the breathtaking road to the Will Rogers Shrine of the Sun. This year’s event will feature a new four-mile course on Saturday, May 20, 2017, and all [more+]
The annual Run to the Shrine fundraiser is the only day of the year foot traffic is allowed on the breathtaking road to the Will Rogers Shrine of the Sun. This year’s event will feature a new four-mile course on Saturday, May 20, 2017, and all proceeds benefit Cheyenne Mountain Zoo. The new four-mile run/walk course is chip timed, winding through the Zoo with mountain goats, giraffes and elephants lining the course. It is a great route for competitive athletes, weekend warriors, casual walkers and families of all ages. Jogging strollers with safety equipment are welcome! Run to the Shrine registration includes Zoo admission for the rest of the day (up to $19 value!), a commemorative performance T-shirt featuring Yazhi, our Rocky Mountain goat and a post-event party at the Zoo's Lodge at Moose Lake. All proceeds help feed and care for Cheyenne Mountain Zoo's 750 animals. Since the Zoo doesn’t receive any tax support, community events like Run to the Shrine help keep the zoo “running.” For all the details, visit www.cmzoo.org/run. [less-]
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Picnic-N-Planes

05-24-2017

Presented by Western Museum of Mining & Industry at Western Museum of Mining and Industry, Colorado Springs
Upcoming Dates: Wed, May 24 @ 9:30am
Picnic-N-Planes (USAFA Graduation Day). For $5 per carload, come to the museum to see the Thunderbirds fly low over the museum property. Bring your picnic lunch, cameras, and binoculars for a fun outing.
Picnic-N-Planes (USAFA Graduation Day). For $5 per carload, come to the museum to see the Thunderbirds fly low over the museum property. Bring your picnic lunch, cameras, and binoculars for a fun outing. [less-]
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Moonlight on the Mountain

06-29-2017

Presented by Cheyenne Mountain Zoo at Cheyenne Mountain Zoo, Colorado Springs
Upcoming Dates: Thu, Jun 29 @ 6:00pm
This annual mixer is one of Cheyenne Mountain Zoo’s adult-only evening events. Local musicians will set the mood throughout the Zoo and have guests dancing the night away while sipping unlimited samples of beer, wine, spirits and soft drinks, as [more+]
This annual mixer is one of Cheyenne Mountain Zoo’s adult-only evening events. Local musicians will set the mood throughout the Zoo and have guests dancing the night away while sipping unlimited samples of beer, wine, spirits and soft drinks, as well as delicious eats from area restaurants. Attendance is restricted to adults 21 and over, and will go on rain or shine! Tickets go on sale April 1. [less-]
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