Beginning on January 1, 2018. Front Range Shuttle will have a new schedule. 

We are changing our pick up times from all locations and adding additional times in order to better serve you, our wonderful customers. We will now run every 2 hours from Colorado Springs and Denver International Airport and back. We have added an earlier route and a later route in order to give you more options for your airport travel.  We will now offer 7 daily trips to and from Colorado Springs and DIA. 

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This Week in Colorado Springs (12/12 - 12/17)

Happy Hanukkah!

By Tony Fleming-Brum - December 12, 2017

Good Morning Colorado Springs, and welcome once again to this week’s edition of the Front Range Shuttle weekly events blog! With the first official day of Winter fast approaching, our temperatures will continue to drop here in the Springs. This week we’re looking at highs between the 40s and 50s, lows below freezing every day, and a slight chance of evening snow showers on Wednesday and Saturday! You’ll definitely want to bundle up if you’ve got plans in the evening, but during the day we’ll still be seeing plenty of sunshine!
 
Kicking off our week with Tuesday (12/12), we’ll be heading over to the Simpich Showcase Theatre for their presentation of The Puppet Maker: A Story of Christmas! Step inside the workshop of a village woodcarver as he painstakingly prepares a marionette Nativity scene for a local Christmas music festival. On this eventful Christmas Eve night before the pageant, as he applies the finishing touches to his figures, a Christmas story unfolds that is both timeless and unexpected. This is a limited engagement, so take advantage of the opportunity while you can!
 
And moving right along into Wednesday (12/13), we’ll be stopping by Sunshine Studios Live for their presentation of CrazyTown! When the new millennium arrived the music industry was in the midst of a new music revolution. The free delivery via shared files online created a new “outlaw” brand, that would prove instrumental in the way music would be not just delivered but created. One of the breakout bands to not just embrace but help shift the tectonic plates of the music industry was Crazy Town. As one of the first hybrid brands, they brought a new ball into the game. Equal parts urban and suburban, Chevrolet and Bentley, they rolled onto the music scene with a slow build that erupted when a “Butterfly” entered the room.
 
As for this Thursday (12/14), we’ll be heading on up to the Stargazers Theatre for the 3rd Annual Arts & Culture Ability Expo! Join the Therapeutic Recreation Program for your annual Arts and Culture Ability Expo in which they showcase the talents and amazing abilities of participants who are engaged in programs within the core area of Arts and Culture! The evening will begin with a gallery showing featuring photos from their Downtown and Photography in the Park workshops, capturing the views of Colorado Springs. A performance will follow featuring the TRP Drums Alive! Group as well as the Mixed Emotions Dance Troupe. Mark your calendars now as you will not want to miss this amazing event!
 
And kicking off our weekend with Friday (12/15), we’ll be heading over to the Glen Eyrie Castle for their Madrigal Banquet! No other holiday event compares to Glen Eyrie’s Madrigal Banquet! Set in the grandeur of The Great Hall of The Castle, our 16th century-style banquet is sure to inspire and prepare your heart for this Christmas season. Filled with festive entertainment by talented musicians and performers, this classic Colorado tradition is guaranteed to create unforgettable Christmas memories! Our award-winning Culinary Team has hand-crafted the evening’s lavish four-course meal with savory new flavors that pair perfectly with your sensational experience. Be sure to arrive on time for valet parking and hors d’oeuvres prior to the show!
 
This Saturday (12/16) will be a very fun event at the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, they’ll be having a Silent Disco Snow Ball! Join them for a silent disco dance party underneath Buck Walsky’s Beach Front, an interactive art installation featuring fiber optics and LED lights. Grab a pair of wireless headphones (provided), tune in to the channel of your choice, and dance to your own beat under this stunning work of art! Cash bar and small plates will be available.
 
And bringing our weekend to a close with Sunday (12/17), we’ll be heading up to the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo for their Electric Safari event! There’s only one place in Colorado Springs that you can see over 85 one-of-a-kind light sculptures and 50 acres of lights and wild animals – Cheyenne Mountain Zoo's Electric Safari! This year’s event will celebrate 27 years of holiday cheer and Santa Claus will be taking holiday wishes each night through December 23. Come celebrate the holiday season with twinkling lights, animal experiences and family fun!

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This Week in Colorado Springs (12/5 - 12/10)

A Sunny Start to December

By Tony Fleming-Brum - December 5, 2017

Good morning Colorado Springs, and welcome once again to this week’s edition of the Front Range Shuttle weekly events blog! We’re still not going to be seeing snow in the forecast, but temperatures sure are dropping out there! With lows below freezing every day this week, you’ll definitely want to bundle up if you’re planning anything early in the morning or later in the evening, but our afternoons are looking mostly sunny all the way through next week! I’m sure the winter weather is coming, but for now let’s enjoy the sun while we’ve got it!
 
Kicking off our week with Tuesday (12/5), we’ll be heading over to Bubba’s 33 for their End of Prohibition Party! In celebration of the anniversary of the end of prohibition, on Tuesday, December 5, Colorado Springs’ Bubba’s 33 will party like it’s 1933 with $3.33 Classic Cheeseburgers and Single Bacon Burgers and 33-cent boneless and bone-in wings. The event will feature giveaways every hour, at 33 minutes past the hour. Party Like it’s 1933 and Celebrate the End of Prohibition!
 
As for this Wednesday (12/6), we’ll be stopping by the Stargazers Theatre for the Pikes Peak Blues Community Quarterly Blues Jam! The Pikes Peak Blues Community sponsors open Jams four times during the year and we invite all interested musicians to participate. For each Jam, we round up some musicians to form a host band, and the other musicians who drop by are invited onstage to play along. We supply the drum kit, keyboard, and sound system, and musicians bring their own instruments – guitars, basses, horns, vocal chords, harps…and whatever else you like to play. All music lovers and dancers are welcome at the Jam, too! Come out to jam and socialize with some of the finest blues players in the Springs!
 
And rolling right along into Thursday (12/7), we’ll be making our way up to the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo for their first ever Electric Moonlight event! Come experience a winter wonderland at Cheyenne Mountain Zoo’s first annual Electric Moonlight! This adults-only evening event will include all-inclusive samplings of food, beer, wine & spirits; live local musicians; warming fire pits; a chance to visit Santa Claus and over 85 light sculptures to enjoy as you stroll through the Zoo. Tickets on sale now!
 
Kicking off our weekend on Friday (12/8), we’ll be heading over to the Pikes Peak Center for the Colorado Springs Chorale’s presentation of Deck the Hall! The Colorado Springs Chorale proudly announces its 31st annual Deck the Hall concert at Pikes Peak Center on Friday evening, December 8, 2017, at 7:30 p.m. The event features the Colorado Springs Chorale with a guest instrumental ensemble, and it will feature the Summit Ensemble and Pikes Peak Singers of the Colorado Springs Children’s Chorale directed by Kimberley Schultz and Victoria Lipscomb respectively. Also, KCME and Jazz 93.5 FM radio personality Jana Lee Ross will read an excerpt from the beloved classic The Wind in the Willows, and large projections of illustrations by local artist/illustrator Michael Hague.You won’t want to miss this one!
 
And this Saturday (12/9), we’ll be stopping by the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center for their presentation of Annie! Leapin’ Lizards! The irrepressible comic strip heroine takes center stage this holiday season in one of the world’s best-loved musicals. Based on the popular comic strip by Harold Gray, Annie has become a worldwide phenomenon and is the winner of seven Tony Awards, including Best Musical. This beloved show features some of the greatest musical theatre hits ever written, including It’s a Hard Knock Life and Tomorrow!
 
And bringing our week to a close on Sunday (12/10), we’ll be heading right back to the Pikes Peak Center for their presentation of Christmas Joy! A Colorado Springs tradition, this concert offers a wide variety of Christmas music for every age and taste. Featuring GUEST ARTIST ALVY POWELL, 150-voice choir, full orchestra, 17-piece Big Band, The Pikes Peak Ringers, The Colorado Springs Children's Chorale, Celtic music and more!

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This Week in Colorado Springs (11/28 - 12/3)

December is Here!

By Tony Fleming-Brum - November 28, 2017

Good morning Colorado Springs, and welcome once again to this week’s edition of the Front Range Shuttle weekly events blog! Weather has been incredibly mild so far this winter, and doesn’t appear to be changing any time soon. This week we’re looking at mostly clear skies, with highs in the 50s and 60s all the way through to next week. With that in mind, let’s get on with our fun events this week!
 
Kicking off our week with Tuesday (11/28), we’ll be heading over to the Simpich Showcase for their presentation of Hensel and Gretel: All About Gingerbread Holiday Edition! The classic Brothers Grimm fairy tale is brought to life as never before in this enchanting holiday edition! Within a forest of animated trees and one highly conscientious sandman, there stands a cottage of enticing treats NOT to be touched. There lives a brave gingerbread boy who places himself at the center of a great woodland contest for the lives of two very hungry children. Whoever thought a Christmas cookie could be THIS good?
 
And rolling right along into Wednesday (11/29), we’ll be making our way up to WhirlyBall for their first Beat the Brewer event! WhirlyBall will provide free court access for all guests to battle the brewers and earn bragging rights, plus a chance to win great prizes from Bristol Brewing Company and WhirlyBall. In addition to $15 unlimited pizza, WhirlyBall will feature a special selection of beers from Bristol Brewing! For those who aren’t familiar with it,  WhirlyBall combines lacrosse, hockey, basketball, and bumper cars in a game of skill coupled with a touch of chance. It's the endorphin inducing answer to your typical outing!
 
As for this Thursday (11/30), we’ll be heading on over to the Sky Zone Trampoline Park for their weekly SkyRobics class! SkyRobics is low-impact, healthy fun that combines calisthenics, core exercises and strength-building aerobics. SkyRobics is one of the most dynamic, effective and active workouts you can get! Don’t worry, any level of athlete will feel rejuvenated after this workout. You’ll burn up to 1,000 calories an hour on their wall-to-wall trampolines! It’s a class very worth checking out!
 
And kicking off our weekend (and the month of December!) with Friday (12/1), we’ll be heading over to the Stargazers Theatre for the Knights of Columbus Christmas Fundraiser! The Knights of Columbus are hosting a Christmas benefit with proceeds going to charities and invite you to join them for music, entertainment, cocktails, a silent auction, and Mr. and Mrs. Santa! Admission is $10 and an unwrapped toy or children’s book which will be donated. The Knights was formed to render financial aid to members and their families. Mutual aid and assistance are offered to sick, disabled and needy members and their families. Social and intellectual fellowship is promoted among members and their families through educational, charitable, religious, social welfare, war relief and public relief works.
 
And this Saturday (12/2) we’ve got a very special holiday tradition to attend: The Colorado Springs Pioneer Museum’s Festival of Lights Family Fun Day! Join the Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum for their annual FREE holiday celebration. Enjoy music, magic, face painting, balloon art, crafts and activities from CSPM staff and a variety of talented community organizations. Don’t miss this special tradition that’s brought magic to the Pikes Peak region for over 30 years! For details and a full schedule of activities, visit cspm.org/festivaloflights.
 
And wrapping up our week with Sunday (12/3), we’ll be stopping by a staple of Old Colorado City: Thunder and Buttons! In 1888 a rowdy, Colorado City resident named Prairie Dog O’Byrne (so named because of the prairie dog he had running in a wheel on the back of his rig) purchased two bull elk and hitched them to his carriage. The elk were named ‘Thunder’ and ‘Buttons’. In 1978, local historian Dave Hughes told this story to a local entrepreneur who purchased the building. The entrepreneur decided to name his new ‘saloon and eatery’ after the two elk. This Sunday we’ll be swinging by for their Football Sunday special, with all day happy hour, prizes, games, and lots of fun!

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This Week in Colorado Springs (11/21 - 11/26)

Happy Thanksgiving!

By Tony Fleming-Brum - November 21, 2017

Good morning Colorado Springs, and welcome to this week’s edition of the Front Range Shuttle weekly events blog! It’s Thanksgiving week, and weather is looking to be quiet and very mild, with no chance for rain or snow all week! Thanksgiving day we’re looking at temperatures in the upper 60s and 70s, so we’ll have a great chance to enjoy some sun for the holiday!

Starting off our week with Tuesday (11/21), we’ll be heading over to the Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum for their Fall Family Fun Days! If you’re looking for a fun family outing during Thanksgiving break, join the Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum for their Fall Family Fun Days! Explore their brand new, 100% interactive children’s exhibit, “Beads, Blankets & Buffalo: Trading at Bent’s Fort.” Make seasonal crafts. Hop on a family-friendly guided tour offered at noon and 2pm, and enjoy a holiday movie and popcorn throughout the day!
 
As for this Wednesday (11/22), we’ll be stopping by the Stargazers Theatre for their Hungry Farmer Bands’ Annual Thanksgiving Reunion! Musicians never stop playing - they just change venues. If you were in a local band in the 1970s and '80s the place to play was The Hungry Farmer, a popular restaurant on Garden of the Gods Road known for its generous servings, country atmosphere and live music. In 1979 the manager decided to have a big Thanksgiving Day meal on Thanksgiving Eve for all the musicians who didn't have anywhere to go or any money to spend on the holiday. Those same musicians requested a post-meal jam session since they never got to play together, and a holiday tradition was born! The 38th Annual Hungry Farmer Bands’ Thanksgiving Reunion includes about 10 musicians from the Pikes Peak region and as far away as Iowa who get together to jam. The one prerequisite? Musicians must have played at The Hungry Farmer. Friends and family gather together each year to watch the former members of long ago bands, including Fall River Road, Buffalo Dreams, Radford Lewis Band, Range Rockets and Phantom Hooters.  Admission is 2 non-perishable food items or a small cash donation for Care & Share.
 
On Thanksgiving Day (11/23), most of us will be spending the holiday with family, but if you’re travelling for the holiday and looking for a nice Thanksgiving meal while you’re in town you may want to stop by The Antlers hotel for their Thanksgiving Brunch! The Thanksgiving Brunch menu at the Antlers Hotel will satisfy every appetite. Enjoy tantalizing food and add bottomless Mimosas or Champagne for only $10. Children under the age of 5 eat free with an adult. For more information, call 719.955.5600.
 
And breaking tradition on Black Friday (11/24), we will not be celebrating Black Friday, but a more Colorado-esque holiday: Fresh Air Friday at the Cheyenne Mountain State Park (Free Entry)! Spend a day of thanks outside at Cheyenne Mountain State Park, where we’ll be hosting a few activities for you to get to know your park! Here at CMSP there is plenty to keep your mind off those holiday sales. Tucked between Colorado Springs and Rockies, CMSP is abundant in native wildlife, hiking, biking & equestrian trails, year-round camping options and year-long programs to keep you busy! Join us - outside! – for this annual initiative to give every Coloradan an opportunity to get out and appreciate and have an all-around good time in the great wilderness found right outside our doors!
 
For those of you wanting to take advantage of the Black Friday Sales, we’ll be heading up to the Promenade Shops at Briargate this Saturday (11/25) for Parad-Ice on the Promenade! Black Friday weekend at the Promenade Shops at Briargate will feature an all new event to enhance the shopping experience. It is called “Parad-Ice on the Promenade” and will feature CO ice sculptor, Jess Parrish, of Food Network and Travel Channel fame, carving 5 holiday-themed sculptures at various locations at the center over the weekend. They will be illuminated at night to add to the festive holiday atmosphere. Customers are invited to vote for their favorite via Facebook or on-site and the sculpture that earns the most votes will have that dollar amount donated to The Empty Stocking Fund. Victorian carolers will stroll the center and customers can enjoy a hot beverage, a sweet treat and a commemorative gift during designated times.
 
And wrapping up our Thanksgiving weekend with Sunday (11/26), we’ll be heading over to the Pikes Peak Center for the Colorado Springs Philharmonic Presents: The Nutcracker! This enchanting favorite returns Thanksgiving weekend when a Christmas Eve gift of a toy nutcracker from her godfather transports Clara on a magical journey to a world of fantasy and fun. With a newly added Friday matinee, create memories to last a lifetime with the Philharmonic and the Oklahoma City Ballet for Tchaikovsky’s musical masterpiece, The Nutcracker!

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This Week in Colorado Springs (11/14 - 11/19)

Happy Native American Heritage Month!

By Tony Fleming-Brum - November 14, 2017

Good morning Colorado Springs, and welcome once again to this week’s edition of the Front Range Shuttle weekly events blog! It would appear as though the “last week” of summer-esque weather still hasn’t arrived for us here in the high desert! Last week we saw temperatures dip a bit on Tuesday and Wednesday, but they rose right back up right after the snow shower passed us by, and we should continue to see relatively warm weather all the way through next week!
 
Kicking off our events with Tuesday (11/14), we’ll be heading up to the Michael Garman Museum & Gallery for Christmas in Magic Town! The Michael Garman Museum & Gallery is pleased to announce that it’s time for Christmas in Magic Town! ‘Tis the season to celebrate in Michael Garman’s 3,000 square foot cityscape, decorated specially for Christmas. Located in the historic district of Old Colorado City, Magic Town is a 1/6th scale miniaturized urban neighborhood, complete with dozens of handcrafted buildings, alleyways, and sidewalk scenes that transform before your very eyes. Peer down alleyways and peek into windows to see shifting scenes. Come see Michael Garman’s beloved characters beside magical holiday holograms featuring Santa Claus, Mrs. Claus, Christmas carolers, and some new special characters with holiday stories to tell!
 
And heading into Wednesday (11/15), we’ll be stopping by the Cottonwood Center for the Arts to check out their new juried exhibit: Zero Point! Zero Point tasked artists with the challenge of whittling down the element of color in their works. Monochrome art is meant to create a “zero point” — a relief from the artistic burdens of color and color theory. The result of simplifying the variety of color is a deeper appreciation for the interaction between tone, shade, contrast and subject matter.
 
As for this Thursday (11/16), we’ll be heading over to Front Range BBQ for their 5th Annual Rock, Paper, Scissors Tournament! Yes, you read that correctly, it is a Rock, Paper, Scissors tournament!  It works like this: -Sign up ONLINE to represent a team (New Belgium or Oskar Blues). $10 entry fee/person benefiting UpaDowna -Show up and show off your mad, hand ninja skillz! All proceeds will benefit UpaDowna. UpaDowna is a nonprofit based locally in Colorado Springs but serves folks globally as a means to bring together people that have a need to cure “Nature Deficit Disorder”. By encouraging you to get outdoors to stop, listen, breathe deep, and become more aware of what it means to be alive. By reaching out through our community programs both educational and fun filled, we will show you the path into the hills by providing instructional classes as well as hands on experiences covering backpacking, hiking, camping, cycling, climbing, bouldering, wilderness survival, skiing, snowboarding, stand up paddle-boarding and much, much more!
 
And kicking off our weekend with Friday (11/17), we’ll be heading to the Pikes Peak Center for their presentation of Jeanne Robertson! An overnight success nearly half a century in the making, Jeanne Robertson keeps audiences rolling on the floor with laughter. At 73 years young, this former Miss North Carolina stands tall at six-foot-two and has a personality, heart and sense of humor that soar just as high. For years, her witty speeches were mostly limited to conventions and meetings, but with the dawn of the digital age, the world became exposed to Robertson's infectious humor when her YouTube videos suddenly went viral. Now with eight nationally released DVDs/CDs, three books, hundreds of hours on SiriusXM satellite radio and over 39 million YouTube views, the demand for Robertson's family-friendly and engaging brand of comedy has grown exponentially. Robertson is the embodiment of the classic, sophisticated Southern woman who even in her seventh decade shows no signs of slowing down. You won’t want to miss this one!
 
This Saturday (11/18), we’ll be making a stop at The Broadmoor Seven Falls, where they’ll be kicking off their Winter Lights at Seven Falls event! In 1947, a tradition began at Seven Falls to promote the canyon at night when alternating colored and white lights illuminated the waters, much to the delight of locals and visitors worldwide. On Saturday, November 18, the much-loved, multi-colored display returns for the holiday season as Seven Falls celebrates the third annual Winter Lights event. More than 100,000 individual lights will line the path leading to the Falls, and this year, colored lights will also adorn the cliff faces of the Pillars of Hercules, making for not only a festive atmosphere, but a photographer’s dream locale for holiday family photos!
 
And wrapping up our week with Sunday (11/19), we’ll be heading over to the Broadmoor World Arena for a Colorado Springs holiday tradition: The Trans-Siberian Orchestra! Over the past 20-plus years, Trans-Siberian Orchestra (“TSO”) has become a critically-acclaimed, multi-platinum, musical powerhouse, and its annual winter stop in Colorado Springs a beloved, multi-generational holiday tradition. 2017’s tour, a completely updated presentation of TSO’s unforgettable “The Ghosts of Christmas Eve,” will visit The Broadmoor World Arena on Sunday, November 19 with shows at 3 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.  Based on TSO’s multi-platinum DVD and long running PBS fundraiser, “The Ghosts of Christmas Eve,” the rock opera features such enduring fan-favorites as "Christmas Eve/Sarajevo 12/24," "O’ Come All Ye Faithful," "Good King Joy," "Christmas Canon," "Music Box Blues," "Promises To Keep," and "This Christmas Day." You won’t want to miss this one!


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