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This Week in Colorado Springs (1/20 - 1/26)

As The Warm Weather Wanes..

By Tony Fleming-Brum - January 19, 2017

We’re back once again for the Front Range Shuttle weekly blog, and what a nice week of weather we had! Unfortunately (or fortunately for you snow-lovers out there!) that trend couldn’t hold up for too long. We are going to see a bit of snow here in Colorado Springs this weekend, and some chilly days all the way through next week. Plan to bring gloves and boots if you’ll be in the area for a visit!

We’ll be starting off this week’s blog with a repeat from last week, just because it’s such a great opportunity. Friday (1/20) will be one of the last nights to see Cirque du Soleil’s OVO at the Broadmoor World Arena!  OVO, meaning “egg” in Portuguese, is a headlong rush into a colorful ecosystem teeming with life, where insects work, eat, crawl, flutter, play, fight and look for love in a non-stop riot of energy and movement. When a mysterious egg appears in their midst, the insects are awestruck and intensely curious about this iconic object that represents the enigma and cycles of their lives. An absolute must-see for all ages, Cirque Du Soleil is always an amazing show!

Saturday evening (1/21) will be a great chance to take in an original Colorado gem at Stargazers Theatre, where they’ll be hosting Colorado Floyd’s Four Year Anniversary Party! Colorado Floyd performs the whole spectrum of Pink Floyd music, and is considered to be one of the greatest Pink Floyd cover-bands in the country! If you’re looking for a night out on the town with good music at a great venue, then look no further! The best part? The show is Free!

If you’re looking for a bit more of a low-key event this weekend, then Sunday (1/22) you will most definitely want to be at the Pikes Peak Center, as they’ll be hosting the Colorado Springs Philharmonic’s Beethoven and Tchaikovsky performance! Beethoven’s eighth symphony is said to be “lighthearted but not lightweight.” Though it is rife with musical jokes and major chords, it nevertheless provides glimpses of the grandeur to come in Beethoven’s next and final work, his famous “Ode to Joy.” In this program its passion and subtlety are perfectly set off by Irish pianist Barry Douglas’ interpretation of the massively popular Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto No. 1, and a new composition inspired by Pikes Peak from Boulder composer Daniel Kellogg. The Colorado Springs Philharmonic always puts on a great show, and with Beethoven and Tchaikovsky on the night’s repertoire, you’re definitely in for a treat!

Monday evening (1/23) we’ll be swinging by the Whistle Pig Brewing Co., where they’ll be hosting their PaintNite with Brewster event! Head on down to enjoy some bites, some brews, and some brush strokes. They will be lead through painting a Colorado "C" and a mountain silhouette; all while sipping on their favorite brews. If beer isn't your thing, they will have some wines for your enjoyment as well as their house taps! Definitely a fun way to start off your week!

Tuesday afternoon (1/24) we should start seeing the clouds break and a bit of sunshine poking through, so why not take a quick drive up to Manitou Springs for the day? The Manitou Art Center will be presenting the first exhibit of the Manitou Community Art Projects. A growing trend in the art world is “community art." Artists use local space, resources and people to create happenings that add to the sense of community identity and construct works of art and beauty. Manitou Springs is manifesting a unique form of “community art" in which the people are both the artist and the art. It is based on creating a dynamic public happening focused on the art of living. Each year, citizens will come together to focus on a human trait/action and their own individualistic expression of that humanity. Mindfulness and creativity transforms the social interactions with our neighbors into creative expression of connectedness and beauty. This exhibit will definitely be worth checking out!

After all the concerts and art this week, wouldn’t it be nice to just go out for a relaxing dinner and some music? Well Wednesday evening (1/25) will provide a perfect chance to do just that at Front Range BBQ, where they’ll be hosting Grant Sabin! Grant Sabin is “An old soul at age 21, Grant Sabin started gigging in his mid-teens, with a sound that drew heavily from Robert Johnson and Mississippi Fred McDowell. He integrates those Delta blues influences into something more personal and unique on this 2011 EP, with biting slide guitar that complements his soulful growl and heartfelt lyrics” according to Bill Forman of the Colorado Springs Independent. And with the great food served up at Front Range BBQ, this is a night you won’t want to miss out on!

Wrapping up our week with Thursday evening (1/26), we’ll head over to the Friends House Concerts venue for their presentation of Tony Furtado! Very few musicians of any stripe so personify a musical genre as completely as Tony Furtado embodies Americana roots music. Tony is an evocative and soulful singer, a wide-ranging songwriter and a virtuoso multi-instrumentalist adept on banjo, cello-banjo, slide guitar and baritone ukulele who mixes and matches sounds and styles with the flair of a master chef. If you’ve got the time this week, you’ll definitely want to swing by and check out this great musician!

 Also be sure to visit our Guided Colorado Tours section for up to date information on our custom tour services. Come join us for a road trip into Colorado history and nature!

And as always, don't forget about Front Range Shuttle! From cozy SUV's to 25 passenger buses, we have all your airport transportation needs covered!
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This Week in Colorado Springs (1/13 - 1/19)

Shows Galore to Start Off the New Year!

By Tony Fleming-Brum - January 12, 2017

Well..I can honestly say that I’ve never seen anything like the wind we had here in Colorado Springs on Monday! Luckily the worst of it blew itself out by Monday evening, and we shouldn’t be seeing any more really intense wind for at least the next 7 days. It does look like we’re going to be in for a bit of rain and snow late this weekend into early next week, though! Once that clears up we should be holding steady with highs in the 40s and 50s to finish out the week.

Starting off our week with Friday evening (1/13), we’ll pop in to the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center for their showing of Next to Normal: A Staged ConcertNext to Normal explores how one suburban household copes with crisis and mental illness. Winner of three 2009 Tony Awards, including Best Musical Score and the 2010 Pulitzer Prize, Next to Normal was also chosen as “one of the year’s ten best shows” by critics around the country, including The Los Angeles TimesThe Washington PostRolling Stone and The New York Times. It’s sure to be an amazing show, and proceeds from ticket sales will benefit the FAC’s Youth Repertory Program, so come on down!

Saturday night (1/14) will provide a great opportunity for any parents looking for a little break from the young’uns, as the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo is going to be hosting a kids’ only Roar and Snore slumber party in the park! What roars and snores at night? Zoo animals! Come listen to the roars and snores that take over at night as we explore the Zoo on a private tour. We will fall asleep to the sounds of the wolves howling and the crickets chirping before we wake up and explore our mountainside Zoo once more. This event is for kids only! Let the zoo staff do all the work, all you’ll have to do is drop the kiddos off! They will have a pizza party, roast s’mores, meet an animal up close, and go for an evening tour! NOTE: Kids must be 5 years or older to participate.
With the kids off at the zoo for the night, how about a little stand-up comedy at Stargazers Theatre? This weekend they’ll be hosting Jubal Flagg, a standup comedian, radio host, television personality and comedy writer. Known for his quick wit and keen and often strange observations, Jubal has been entertaining audiences on-stage and on the radio for over 10 years. Stargazers Theatre offers full bar service, and also light meals, snacks, and dessert to enjoy while you’re having your ribs tickled by this talented comedian!

Sunday afternoon (1/15) brings us to a staple of the Colorado Springs weekend entertainment scene, The Gold Room! This Sunday is the divisional round for the NFL Playoffs, and with four impressive teams with their eyes set on the Super Bowl, this should be a great contest! The Gold Room boasts an entire WALL of screens set up with five giant TVs to watch the top games in the highest definition. For the best seats in town, along with good eats and $3.00 drafts, make the Gold Room your new Football headquarters!

Monday (1/16) we celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day, and in his honor the Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument will be offering free admission to the park all day long! While it is a bit of a drive to get there, the Fossil Beds are one of the richest and most diverse fossil deposits in the world. Petrified redwood stumps up to 14 feet wide and thousands of detailed fossils of fish, insects, plants and more reveal the story of a very different, prehistoric Colorado. Be sure to take advantage of this great opportunity to see all the park has to offer at no cost!

Tuesday evening (1/17) will provide a great chance for the artist in you to spread its wings a bit, as the good people who organize Painting with a Twist will be hosting not one, but two exciting painting classes for you to choose from. Arrive 15-20 minutes early to get uncorked, smocked & in your seat! Beer, wine & soft drinks are available at their Inspiration Bar. If you're coming with others, but making reservations separately, give them your group's name or point person in the Special Request box. They'll seat you together!

Wednesday night (1/18) here in Colorado Springs is going to be the first of four wonderful evenings at the Broadmoor World Arena, where they’ll be hosting Cirque Du Soleil’s “OVO”, their newest touring show in arenas! OVO, meaning “egg” in Portuguese, is a headlong rush into a colorful ecosystem teeming with life, where insects work, eat, crawl, flutter, play, fight and look for love in a non-stop riot of energy and movement. When a mysterious egg appears in their midst, the insects are awestruck and intensely curious about this iconic object that represents the enigma and cycles of their lives. An absolute must-see for all ages, Cirque Du Soleil is always an amazing show!

Thursday (1/19) we’ll begin to wind down our work-week and hopefully start to loosen up for the weekend at Peak 31, where they’ll be hosting an every-Thursday event: Party With The Band! Always original local bands showcased Thursday evenings, this week they’ll be hosting the Jacob Christopher Band and Mark Edens, two great local gems that are sure to get you in the weekend state of mind! The fun doesn’t stop with great live bands, either; from 8 – 10pm well drinks and domestic beers are included in your cover ($10)!

 Also be sure to visit our Guided Colorado Tours section for up to date information on our custom tour services. Come join us for a road trip into Colorado history and nature!

And as always, don't forget about Front Range Shuttle! From cozy SUV's to 25 passenger buses, we have all your airport transportation needs covered!
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This Week in Colorado Springs (1/5 - 1/12)

Starting off Cool and Warming Up!

By Tony Fleming-Brum - January 5, 2017

Well the snow has come and gone once again, and it looks like we’re in for clear skies and warming temperatures through next week. It should be a great weekend to take in some of the beautiful hiking spots here in Colorado Springs, with snow still on the ground but temperatures much more suitable for being outdoors!

Starting off the weekend with Friday evening (1/6), we’ll pop in to the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center for their contribution to the First Friday Downtown. Their vibrant First Friday Art Parties include: artist talks and demonstrations, music, exclusive giveaways to FAC events, a cash bar and the stunning ambiance offered by this chic, historic venue. Both the Deco Lounge and Museum Shop participate in First Friday, featuring art for sale by local and regional artists. You’ll definitely want to stop by for this First Friday of the year!

Saturday (1/7) we’ll be swinging by the Gold Camp Brewing Company for the First Saturday event Locals Till Last Call. Hosted by comedian Melody Klema, Locals Till Last Call showcases a local comedian and band every First Saturday of the month, then ends with an Open Mic and Improv. Performing at the open mic is a great way to earn a paid showcase spot. Gold Camp brews all local beers and Lil Howard's BBQ will be serving all night; it’s sure to be a great First Saturday of the year!

Sunday afternoon (1/8) will provide a very unique opportunity at The Money Museum, as they’ll be presenting their exhibit The Olympic Games: History and Numismatics to mark the XXXI Olympiad in Rio de Janeiro this past summer. The exhibit showcases the wide range of numismatic objects and memorabilia honoring the Olympic Games from their ancient beginnings to the modern revival. Notable artifacts include rare Syracusan dekadrachms, a 1936 Berlin Summer Olympics bronze medallion, a complete set of award medals from the 1996 Atlanta Summer Olympics and 2002 Salt Lake City Winter Olympics, plus participation medals, torches and even a few mascots. Definitely an exhibit worth checking out!

Monday (1/9) the Academy Art & Frame Company will be showing Joe Beavers’ 3D Color Explosion exhibit! Joe Beavers’ creativity and art come to life in this exhibit of unique works of various colors, materials, and “black light” lighting to provide an experience not often seen at AAFC. Much of Joe's artwork comes from the memories he has built with his family of 3 children, 7 grandchildren, and his loving dogs.

Tuesday evening (1/10) will be a very special night at the Pikes Peak Center, as they’ll be hosting the truly original Broadway experience, ONCE. Winner of eight Tony Awards, and featuring an impressive ensemble of actor/musicians who play their own instruments onstage, ONCE tells the enchanting tale of a Dublin street musician who's about to give up on his dream until a beautiful young woman takes a sudden interest in his haunting love songs. It's an unforgettable story about going for your dreams and the power of music connecting us all.

Wednesday (1/11) here in Colorado Springs should be the warmest night of the week, with clear skies and a high of 54 projected, so why not check out the local favorite for good eats and good music, Jack Quinn’s? Jack Quinn's is a "Public House" in the true sense of the term, and is a hub of social activity for downtown Colorado Springs throughout the year featuring live music and other entertainment, Irish cultural events, and local and national sports. This week they will be hosting The Coteries, a female-fronted trio, brings you music steeped in their travels on the back roads of America in their old VW Bus, Trusty Rusty.

Thursday evening (1/12) we’ll wind down our week and start preparing for the weekend with a trip to Jives Coffee Lounge, where they’ll be hosting their bi-weekly Open Mic Night! Got a gift? Come on down and share it with the community here in town! Just sign up with the barista and strut your stuff for your 15 minutes of Fame! They have guitars, mics, a sick stage and great folks just dying to hear you!

Also be sure to visit our Guided Colorado Tours section for up to date information on our custom tour services. Come join us for a road trip into Colorado history and nature!

And as always, don't forget about Front Range Shuttle! From cozy SUV's to 25 passenger buses, we have all your airport transportation needs covered!
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This Week in Colorado Springs (12/29 - 1/5)

New Year's Weekend in Colorado Springs!

By Tony Fleming-Brum - December 29, 2016

Snowy weather is on the way to Colorado Springs next week, but not before we have a nice sunny Friday, and mostly sunny New Year’s weekend! If you’re visiting the area for the holiday weekend you should be alright with just a medium jacket, but if you’re staying through the week you’ll definitely want to bundle up!

Starting off our week with Friday (12/30), we head over to Peak 31 for their Happy New Year Tribute show, paying homage to some of greatest musicians in history: Elvis Presley, Buddy Holly, and Johnny Cash! Dress up in your best retro outfit, do up your hair and make-up, and head on down to relive yesteryear and take in some great music before your exciting New Year’s Eve!

New Year’s Eve we’ll start off the day early for the families with children here in the area at the Pikes Peak Children’s Museum, where they’ll be having their annual Happy Noon Year’s event! Nothing good happens after midnight. At least, that’s what our parents used to say. Our toddlers can’t even make it to midnight, but they love to celebrate New Year’s Eve just as much as we do. That’s why the Pikes Peak Children’s Museum rings in the new year at NOON! Join them for a kid-style New Year’s celebration. Trust them, they’re serious about fun. And bedtime.
Later in the evening the Pikes Peak Center will be ringing in 2017 with style and putting on a song-filled, sparkling celebration of the year to come. Some of the Colorado Springs Philharmonic’s most popular vocalists return to light up the night with Broadway hits and classic American songs with favorites from Wicked, Cats, and Victor Victoria.
If the Philharmonic isn’t up your alley, though, there is plenty more going on downtown! Take a stroll downtown Saturday evening and you’re sure to come across plenty of welcoming establishments who would just love to turn the last calendar page with you!

Sunday (1/1) should definitely be a day of rest and relaxation, and what better way to do it than with brunch specials and NFL? The Public House – Pub & Grill will be opening 10:00 a.m. New Year’s Day with good food and big screens playing all your favorite teams!

Monday (1/2) we’ll actually get the year started (after recovering from all the New Year’s fun!) at the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo, because it will be the last night to celebrate 25 years of holiday cheer during Cheyenne Mountain Zoo’s Electric Safari! Over one million glittering lights and 40+ animated light sculptures illuminate the Zoo and create dazzling memories for your family. Warming fires throughout the Zoo offer a reprieve from the chill, as do select indoor animal exhibits that remain open during the event. Top off this astounding display by gazing out at the city’s lights and watch all of Colorado Springs sparkle!

Tuesday (1/3) should be the first snow of the new year, so it’ll probably be best to stay somewhere warm. With that in mind, why not try out a little Painting with a Twist? Ready to paint the town at your pARTy? Arrive 15-20 minutes early to get uncorked, smocked & in your seat! Colorado law prohibits BYOB, so beer, wine & soft drinks are available at their Inspiration Bar. This should definitely be a memorable night of art, fun, and some silliness too!

Wednesday (1/3) will be a nice chance for adults visiting the Springs to unwind at Southside Johnny’s where they will be hosting their weekly This is a Clue trivia night! Play in teams of up to six, or by yourself if you want a real challenge. Winning teams get bar cash, street prizes, and of course, street cred among fellow trivia maniacs!

Thursday (1/4) takes us once again to a Colorado Springs favorite: Stargazers Theatre! This week they’ll be hosting the David Bromberg Quintet! Led by David Bromberg, an American multi-instrumentalist, singer, and songwriter, the Quintet has seen many members over the years, but David has always been there. An eclectic artist, Bromberg plays bluegrass, blues, folk, jazz, country and western, and rock and roll equally well. He is known for his quirky, humorous lyrics, and the ability to play rhythm and lead guitar at the same time. He’s played with everyone, he’s toured everywhere, he can lead a raucous big band or hold an audience silent with an acoustic blues solo. Definitely a show worth seeing if you’re in town this week!

Also be sure to visit our Guided Colorado Tours section for up to date information on our custom tour services. Come join us for a road trip into Colorado history and nature!

And as always, don't forget about Front Range Shuttle! From cozy SUV's to 25 passenger buses, we have all your airport transportation needs covered!
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This Week in Colorado Springs (12/23 - 12/29)

Merry Christmas!

By Tony Fleming-Brum - December 22, 2016

There is so much going on this week in Colorado Springs, I hope you're ready for a great Christmas weekend! Weather wise, we're looking at mild temperatures this week, with a very slight chance of a white Christmas! Aside from Christmas Day, though, we should have clear skies and highs in the 50s this week, perfect holiday weather.

Starting off the week with Friday (12/23), we'll visit the Whistle Pig Brewing Company, where they'll be hosting their annual Ugly Sweater Party! So rummage through the thrift shop, hit up Amazon, or call your grand-dad and find that perfect, gaudy, and cozy ugly sweater. They will be taking $1 off every pint for those in the festive spirit, and the Whistle Pig crew will vote and give a free pint to the one rocking the ugliest of the sweaters!

Saturday (12/24) is going to be a very special day in Divide, Colorado, as the Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center will be inviting guests to join them for their Winter Wonderland with the Wolves event! They believe that as stewards of this earth we should preserve and protect our wildlife; for not only their existence but for ours as well, and in the spirit of preservation, are inviting guests to join them for a holiday celebration enjoying breakfast burritos with the wolves!

Christmas day (12/25) falls on a Sunday this year, and as the coldest day of the week, should definitely be spent inside cozied up by the fireplace (or space heater!). If you're looking to get out of the house, or are on the road this Christmas, maybe you'd enjoy a stop by the Salvation Army Community Christmas Dinner. Everyone is welcome to attend the community dinner (hours will be 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.). Volunteers and donations, as well as new toys and non-perishable foods are always needed!

Monday (12/26) I hope that everyone will be feeling fully satisfied and ready to start off the week with some gusto, and what better way to burn off those holiday calories than a nice afternoon of ice skating? The Broadmoor World Arena will be opening their big ice rink to the public for the holidays, so you don't have to worry about the wind outside blowing you around while you skate! Complimentary hot beverages will also be served during skate hours, so you'll be sure to stay warm on the ice!

Tuesday (12/27) we'll begin winding down the Christmas vibe, and revving up for New Years. With that in mind, what better way to get yourself in the partying mood than a trip to the Pikes Peak Center to see The Beach Boys? To mark their 50th Anniversary, the founding members of The Beach Boys are reuniting for a major international tour and a brand new studio album that represents a whole new harmonic convergence from a group that has brought so much joy and harmony to this whole world; it'll definitely be a show not to be missed!

Wednesday (12/28) brings us to CITYRock Climbing Gym, where we'll have a chance to get the kids (and our own inner-children) out of the house for some fun at their Winter Caving Camps. The caving camps are a fun, educational, and athletic way for your child to enjoy the Christmas break. Participants will learn rappelling, ascending, and caving, all in the safety of a highly-realistic artificial cave system under CityROCK climbing gym. Camp will also include cave search & rescue practice using real rescue gear, hands-on experience with working carbide lamps, useful knots, and numerous STEM subjects. It sure sounds like a blast to me!

Thursday (12/29) the air should already be tense with the nervous energy of New Years weekend, and the good people at The Gold Room know it! Their PRE PRE NYE Party will be starting off the weekend with a bang, as the Colorado band Monsters On Maple Street will be on! It's always a great time on the show, especially for those who might not be going out to celebrate on New Years Eve, so do so with them!

Also be sure to visit our Guided Colorado Tours section for up to date information on our custom tour services. Come join us for a road trip into Colorado history and nature!

And as always, don't forget about Front Range Shuttle! From cozy SUV's to 25 passenger buses, we have all your airport transportation needs covered!
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