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This Week in Colorado Springs (8/14 - 8/20)

The Sun is Coming Back Out!

By Tony Fleming-Brum - August 14, 2017

Good Morning Colorado Springs, and welcome to this week’s edition of the Front Range Shuttle weekly events blog! Hopefully you were able to stay dry last week, and maybe even catch a few of the meteors that were visible during the shower on Saturday and Sunday! We’re looking at mostly sunny skies for the majority of this coming week, with only thunderstorms in the evening hours on Wednesday, Thursday, and a small chance on Saturday. Hopefully that forecast holds true!
 
We’ll kick off our week with Monday (8/14) we’ll be heading out to Soda Springs Park in Manitou Springs once again to take advantage of the first day of sunny weather before the rain clouds roll in Tuesday and Wednesday evening. The Little London Winds will be continuing their 2017 Summer Concert Series: Metamorphosis, and the theme for the day will be People’s Choice! This series of family-friendly, free concerts features a variety of music. This concert series is played outside in the pavilion at Soda Springs Park in Manitou Springs. The Little London Winds encourages audience members to bring a picnic dinner as well as folding chairs. No tickets are necessary and the concert is free and open to the public!
 
As for Tuesday (8/15), we’ll be heading up to see the Simpich Marionette Showcase for their performance of the Tinker Yorkinee Spree’s Fantabulous Suitcase Circus! Puppeteer David Simpich is pulling some old strings and plenty of new ones as his Olde English Tinker/Clown opens his wares-for-sale suitcase at a most unusual angle— revealing a troupe of highly talented Yorkshire Terriers vying to take the center ring. For this special summer show, all ages are invited to find a seat under an amazing mini big top that celebrates the magic and hope only found in a world of spangles, sawdust, and daring…. Tinker Yorkinee Spree’s style, that is.
 
And that brings us to Wednesday (8/16), the first day of heavy rain and thunderstorms in the forecast for this week. That’s alright, though, as we’ll be heading over to the Gold Camp Brewing Company for their weekly Live Trivia Game: Triviality! Triviality is the most fun, exciting live trivia game around! Bring your team and get ready for some fun! Lil Howard's BBQ will be serving delicious pulled pork, hot links, and more! Gold Camp has an amazing array of locally brewed beers on tap. The top 3 finishers get prizes with 1st place being a gift certificate AND a team flag in the coveted Trivia Trophy!
 
This Thursday (8/17) will be our second day of heavy rain for the week, so we’ll be heading on over the Stargazers Theatre to join Colorado native folk bands, Smith House, The Heartstring Hunters, and Anthony Ruptak for one foot-stomping, heart-throbbing, knee-slapping night! Smith House is four musicians (Barrett Muth, Julie Schmidt, Zach and Brittany Brown) who live and breathe Colorado folk music. Smith House has played up and down the Colorado Front Range with an ever expanding ambition. Nominated by Denver Westword for Best Folk Band, The Heartstring Hunters are an indie-folk band based in Boulder, CO, and Anthony Ruptak, based out of Denver, Colorado, has released several albums and has repeatedly been nominated in Westword’s singer-songwriter category of their annual music awards!
 
We’re looking at mostly clear skies this Friday (8/18), but I would suggest taking in the sun early so you can be back to the Pikes Peak Center for their showing of The Music of Pink Floyd! For an event that was first started in the 1970's as first rate psychedelic entertainment, the laser light show set to popular music has now become older than some of the music it supports. The laser show is a great way to connect or reconnect with the music that begs for this type of treatment. Music that already pushes the listener's sensory limits is heightened with bright lights married with at times horrifying imagery that drives the meaning home. Each year the show is updated with technical and creative changes that keep the audience coming back for more. As a rock cultural phenomenon, Laser Spectacular has become a cult classic in multimedia entertainment and a must experience for a fan of the music!
 
Saturday (8/19) we’re looking at a decent chance of rain in the afternoon, but the morning should be mostly clear skies with a high of 80 degrees. With that in mind, we’ll be heading over to the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo for their Teddy Bear Day event! Who’s ready for a “beary” fun time at the Zoo? You won’t want to miss our 29th annual Teddy Bear Day! Children 3-11 years old visiting the Zoo along with a teddy bear, or their favorite stuffed animal or doll, will receive discounted admission of $9.75 (saving $10!). Children ages two and under are just 75¢ and members are FREE. All stuffed animals will receive a complete check-up and official certificate of health. Stitches, splints and other “medical” procedures will also be administered to sick and injured stuffed animals. Head on over and have a BEARiffic day at the Zoo!
 
And wrapping up our week with Sunday (8/20), we’ll be heading out to Camp Shady Brook in Deckers, CO for their Camp Shenanigans Colorado – Adult Summer Camp! Remember the lazy days of summer as a kid? School’s out, family vacations, and seemingly endless days of leisure with no set plans. Maybe your parents got sick of you hanging around the house and shipped you off to summer camp where you had the time of your life? Maybe, maybe not. Whether you want to revisit childhood memories or experience summer camp for the first time, they’ve got the answer for you! Camp Shenanigans Colorado is a locally owned and operated summer camp for adults. Join them for a weekend full of outdoor activities, team events, new friends, and epic parties. Just like the summer camps from childhood but without the restrictions!

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This Week in Colorado Springs (8/7 - 8/13)

Rainy Days and a Meteor Shower!

By Tony Fleming-Brum - August 7, 2017

Boy we sure are seeing a lot of rain these days here in Colorado Springs! Hopefully you’re all staying warm and dry out there, and still taking advantage of all this city has to offer! This coming week we’re looking at rain and thunderstorms every day starting around 10:00 a.m., and continuing through the nights, but even so we’ll have a lot of fun around town to check out!
 
Kicking off our week with Monday (8/7), we’ll be heading over to the Sky Zone Trampoline Park for their incredibly unique SkyRobics class! Burn up to 1,000 calories an hour on their wall-to-wall trampolines! 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! With rainy days forecast all week, this will be a great way to stay active without having to get wet!
 
After getting your workout in on Monday, this Tuesday (8/8) we’ll be heading over to the Bristol Brewing Company for their Tuesday Night Karma Hour to unwind a bit. Each Tuesday night in the Bristol Pub they invite a local non-profit to tell you who they are, what they stand for, and how they’re making Colorado Springs better. They’ll donate one dollar per pint sold between 6:00 and 8:00 to their cause. So come in, buy a pint, and support the good work that’s being done in our community. This week’s non-profit will be the Sue DiNapoli Ovarian Cancer Society, and money raised will fund the Sue’s Gift Financial Assistance Program, which offers economic support specifically to Southern Colorado women diagnosed with gynecological cancer to help with medical bills, health insurance deductibles, prescriptions, and other medical expenses. Doing good never tasted better at the Bristol Brewing Company!
 
Wednesday (8/9) we’ll be heading over to The Black Sheep for a great chance to get out and take in some good tunes at a great venue with the band Sundy Best! Sundy Best crafts music that re-imagines timeless classic rock of the ‘70s and ‘80s – think the Eagles and the smart, whiskey-voiced lyrics of Tom Petty and Bob Seger. With Nick on guitar and Kris on cajon, Sundy Best takes that sound, modernizes it in their own unique way by borrowing hints of country and bluegrass, to make it personal. With a great band like this, playing at the “Best Live Music Venue” in Colorado Springs for 10 years running, this will be a night to remember!
 
As for Thursday (8/10), we’ve got an interesting option for you if you’re here in town and don’t mind venturing out in the rain a bit, as the Colorado Classic 2017 Pro Bicycle Race will be running both men’s and women’s races here in Colorado Springs! The Colorado Classic race routes will test the field and create new and unique experiences for spectators over the race’s four stages, August 10-13. Courses start and finish from the same location – as opposed to point-to-point races – and stages 1, 2 and 4 are “circuits” featuring multiple laps on challenging courses. Come on out and check out some of the best racers in the world, competing right here in Colorado Springs!
 
This Friday (8/11) will be an extremely entertaining evening if you’re here in Colorado Springs, as the Pikes Peak Center will be hosting DaVinci & Michelangelo “The Titans Experience”, presented by Mark Rodgers, Curator of the DaVinci Machines and Michelangelo Exhibitions for North America! He will take you on a fantastic, awe-inspiring journey through the Italian Renaissance as seen through the eyes of these two, monumental geniuses. This original, theater performance is a non-stop, multi-media event featuring movies, videos, 3-D animations, and images of DaVinci and Michelangelo's inventions, machines, sketches, codices, paintings, and sculptures. Rodgers compares and contrasts the incredible lives of Leonardo and Michelangelo as never before, relating them to our world today with our contemporary geniuses of Les Paul, Van Cliburn, Paul McCartney, Jacque Cousteau and the General Motors 350 cubic inch engine, as we strive to discover our own "inner" Michelangelo and DaVinci!
 
With rain continuing on the forecast through the weekend, we’ll have to get creative with our events. Luckily this Saturday (8/12) we’ll be heading over to Stargazers Theatre for their presentation of Firefall, which should be an amazing evening of music! In an age where new bands come and go, Firefall has enjoyed a career that spans more than forty years and shows no sign of slowing down. Firefall's commercial success includes three Gold albums, two Platinum albums and eleven chart-topping singles. The band's biggest hit, "You Are the Woman" has been played on commercial radio more than 7,000,000 times and has also appeared in many movies and television shows. Over the past four decades, Firefall has toured the world and shared stages with other iconic bands such as Fleetwood Mac, The Band, The Beach Boys, Kenny Loggins, Journey, Heart, ELO and Marshall Tucker Band. This is a show you won’t want to miss!
 
Wrapping up our week with Sunday (8/13), we’ll have a very unique chance to see one of nature’s most incredible displays: the Perseid meteor shower! Comet Swift-Tuttle is the largest object known to repeatedly pass by Earth; its nucleus is about 16 miles (26 kilometers) wide. It last passed nearby Earth during its orbit around the sun in 1992, and the next time will be in 2126. But it won't be forgotten in the meantime, because Earth passes through the dust and debris it leaves behind every year, creating the annual Perseid meteor shower. We’ll have to keep our fingers crossed that the skies are clear enough to see the shower, but if you head up to the mountains very early morning on Sunday you should have an amazing view!

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This Week in Colorado Springs (7/31 - 8/6)

And The Rain Continues!

By Tony Fleming-Brum - July 31, 2017

Hello again Colorado Springs (and guests), and welcome to this week’s installment of the Front Range Shuttle weekly events blog! We’re coming off a very wet weekend, and unfortunately it looks like the rainy weather is going to hold up all the way through next week. The good news is that we will get a little bit of a respite here on Monday and Tuesday, with only low chances of rain in the afternoon. After that, though, we’re looking at thunderstorms every afternoon starting around 4:00 p.m. .
 
Kicking off our week with Monday (7/31), we’ll be heading up to Soda Springs Park in Manitou Springs once again for their Summer Concert Series: Metamorphosis! This series of family-friendly, free concerts features a variety of music played by The Little London Winds. The Little London Winds encourages audience members to bring a picnic dinner as well as folding chairs. No tickets are necessary and the concert is free and open to the public. This week’s concert theme will be Latin Night, and with the rich history of wind instruments in Latin America, it should be a great show!
 
As for Tuesday (8/1), we’ll be heading up to Old Colorado City for a visit at the Michael Garman Museum & Gallery, where they will be kicking off their Be A Kid Month in Magic Town! “Magic Town is a gigantic playground for the mind,” says its creator, Michael Garman. “Part carnival, part dollhouse, part sculpture.” This 3,000 square-foot miniature city was inspired by Garman’s own experiences as a vagabond in the 1950s and 60s. “These are snapshots of my time in Buenos Aires, Santiago, San Francisco, Dallas, and Philadelphia,” Garman explains. “It took me over a million dollars and parts of four decades to pull it from my mind and get the thing built.” So let’s let out that inner child and see what all the fuss is about!
 
This Wednesday (8/2) we’ll be seeing the afternoon showers and thunderstorms rolling back in, and with that in mind, we’ll be heading over to the Pikes Peak Center for their presentation of Dwight Yoakam! Dwight Yoakam has sold more than 25 million albums worldwide, and he is a 21-time nominated, multiple GRAMMY Award winner. He has 12 gold albums and 9 platinum or multi-platinum albums, with five of those albums topping Billboard's Country Albums chart, and another 14 landing in the Top 10. The Band reflects the love for bluegrass music that Yoakam developed at an early age in Kentucky, and that has inspired him for many years thereafter. It’ll definitely be worth checking out on a rainy evening if you’re in town!
 
Moving right along onto Thursday (8/3) we’ve got another fun, indoor event planned, as the rain will still be coming on strong in the afternoon. We’ll be heading over to Johnny Martin’s Car Central for the Summer Happy Hour for a Cause event! Happy hour menu and drink specials, open to non-members of Johnny Martin's Car Central, and they’ll have pool tables and music as well! Ticket proceeds go to local nonprofit REACH Pikes Peak. REACH Pikes Peak services over 12,000 community members year-round, offering stabilization programs, emergency services, matched savings, financial support for tuition, books and more to provide community hope. It’ll be a fun night for a good cause, so come on out!
 
This Friday (8/4) we’ll be heading over to the Stargazers Theatre for their presentation of Domino: The Van Morrison Experience! Atlanta singer Greg Hester recreates the aura of Morrison onstage with all of the joy of the diminutive Irish giant at his best. It’s Van Morrison as you remember him in your heart! You’ll thrill to the kicks, shouts and struts, as well as the classic stage presence of the Belfast Cowboy. “I was having surreal flashbacks playing with these guys,” crows former Morrison keyboardist Mark T. Jordan. “A great singer with a great band!”.
 
Saturday afternoon (8/5) will be a fun chance to get out and unwind here in town, and with heavy rain still in the forecast we won’t be missing much outdoors! We’ll be heading over to the Gold Camp Brewing Company for their Locals Till Last Call, hosted by comedian Melody! Gold Camp showcases a local comedian and band every First Saturday of the month, and 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, so come on down for some laughs and fun!
 
Wrapping up our week with Sunday (8/6) we’ll be stopping by Stargazers Theatre once again, this time for a more informative evening with their presentation of SEED: The Untold Story! 94% of our seed varieties have disappeared in the last century! Few things on Earth are as miraculous and vital as seeds. SEED: The Untold Story follows passionate seed keepers protecting our 12,000 year-old food legacy. As biotech chemical companies control the majority of our seeds, farmers, scientists, lawyers, indigenous seed keepers fight a David and Goliath battle to defend the future of our food. In a harrowing and heartening story, these heroes rekindle a lost connection to our most treasured resource and revive a culture connected to seeds.  All ticket sales will benefit Pikes Peak Urban Gardens' construction of a new downtown community garden!

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This Week in Colorado Springs (7/24 - 7/30)

More Rainy Days Ahead!

By Tony Fleming-Brum - July 24, 2017

We’re back once again with the Front Range Shuttle weekly events blog, and we hope you all had a great weekend! This week we’re looking at thunderstorms and rain just about every day, but with highs still reaching the low 80s, we’ll have plenty to do around town! Also, did you know that July 24th is Amelia Earhart day?
 
We’ll be starting off our week with Monday (7/24), and being one of the only days without rain in the forecast, we’ll definitely be enjoying the weather outdoors! We’ll be heading over to Monument Valley Park this Monday evening for their presentation of the Musical Monday Concert from 7:00 – 8:00 p.m., and this week they’ll have Starburn playing live on the lawn! Bring a blanket, lawn chair, picnic, & friends to the annual Monument Valley Park Musical Mondays concert series on the lawn west of the CS Fine Arts Center!
 
As for Tuesday (7/25), we’re looking at what should be the hottest day of the week, and a very low chance of rain in the afternoon. With that in mind, we’ll be heading over to the Copperfalls Candle Lit Yoga class at the Aveda Spa and Salon! Head over and experience the serenity and tranquility that only Copperfalls Candle Lit Spa Yoga can give you. Unwind from your day as you practice a calming yoga set surrounded by peaceful candle light. It’s the perfect way to challenge your practice and find some serenity in the middle of the week!
 
And that brings us to Wednesday (7/26), the first day of heavy rain and thunderstorms in the forecast for this week. That’s alright, though, as we’ll be heading over to the Gold Camp Brewing Company for their weekly Live Trivia Game: Triviality! Triviality is the most fun, exciting live trivia game around! Bring your team and get ready for some fun! Lil Howard's BBQ will be serving delicious pulled pork, hot links, and more! Gold Camp has an amazing array of locally brewed beers on tap. The top 3 finishers get prizes with 1st place being a gift certificate AND a team flag in the coveted Trivia Trophy!
 
Thursday (7/27) will be another day of heavy rainfall and thunderstorms in the forecast, so we’ll be heading over to Jives Coffee Lounge for 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!
 
At this point in the week I’m sure everyone will be tired of the storms and wet weather, but at least there’s still fun to be had! On Friday (7/28) we’ll be heading over to Stargazers Theatre for their Summer Fun Free Concert Series, featuring a wide range of incredible talent throughout the Pikes Peak Region! This week’s concert will be featuring Broadcast with Justus League, a soulful blues roots rock band formed in New York City and developed in Asheville, North Carolina, Produced by multi Grammy winner Jim Scott! Fronted by the explosive vocals of Caitlin Krisko, the bands live shows bring back the spirit of high energy performances originally made famous by 1970s classic rock bands!
 
You’re in luck if you’re here in town on Saturday (7/29), as we’ve got a very special event on the books: The African Drumming & Dance Festival and Fashion Extravaganza! This energizing community cultural event will feature Traditional and Contemporary West African Drummers and Dancers, Story Tellers, Spoken Word, African Marketplace, and an exciting African Centered Fashion Show. Proceeds will fund the 28th Annual Colorado Springs Citywide Kwanzaa Celebration and 2017 community cultural educational activities.
 
Wrapping up our week with Sunday (7/30), we’ll be heading over to the Broadmoor World Arena Ice Hall for their afternoon Open Skating! It’ll be a great way to stretch those legs after so many days of rain in the forecast, and a great way to bring a close to your weekend! Head over and show off your skills, or learn to skate for the very first time on one of the finest ice skating rinks in the world!

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This Week in Colorado Springs (7/17 - 7/23)

Summer Weather is Back!

By Tony Fleming-Brum - July 16, 2017

Good afternoon again Colorado Springs, and welcome to this week’s edition of the Front Range Shuttle local events blog! That was a pretty crazy week of rain we just had, especially on Friday! Luckily, we’re looking at a much drier week through Thursday, and scattered showers in the forecast for Friday and next weekend. At least the plants will be loving this rain, and we’ll seeing much more of the beautiful green mountains with this much moisture!
 
Kicking off our week of sunshine with Monday (7/17), we’ll be heading over to the Sangre de Cristo Arts Center for their Art Detectives: The Great Masterpiece Mystery game! Put on your deerstalker (Sherlock Holmes hat) and join the Buell Children’s Museum for a fun and engaging mid-year exhibition. Your mission is to solve one of the masterpiece mysteries set up throughout the museum. Develop the detective tools you need to become a super sleuth and uncover the solutions when you scan your hand and examine finger prints, search for hidden clues, decode secret messages, and discover your “detective name.” Favorite areas get a detective makeover - like the master of disguise area in our costume corner, and more. Visitors will try their hand at painting, portrait sketching, and sculpture as they learn about the elements of art. It should be a fun afternoon!
 
After an afternoon of mystery and art, we’ll be heading up to the Simpich Marionette Showcase on Tuesday (7/18) for their performance of the Tinker Yorkinee Spree’s Fantabulous Suitcase Circus! Puppeteer David Simpich is pulling some old strings and plenty of new ones as his Olde English Tinker/Clown opens his wares-for-sale suitcase at a most unusual angle— revealing a troupe of highly talented Yorkshire Terriers vying to take the center ring. For this special summer show, all ages are invited to find a seat under an amazing mini big top that celebrates the magic and hope only found in a world of spangles, sawdust, and daring…. Tinker Yorkinee Spree’s style, that is.
 
With a high of 90 and very clear skies in the forecast for Wednesday (7/19), we’ll be heading up to Soda Springs Park in Manitou Springs for a different breed of Summer Concert; the 312th Army Reserve Band! The Manitou Springs Chamber of Commerce, Visitors Bureau, and Office of Economic Development would like to welcome the 312th Army Reserve Band to our Soda Springs Park Summer Concert Series Line up! Bring your lawn-chairs and your family down to the park for a 7:00 pm show that's not to be missed!
 
Thursday evening (7/20) we’ll be heading over to the Stargazers Theatre for my favorite kind of concert: a free one! This week they’ll be presenting the Pikes Peak Brass Band, an elite 33-member ensemble in the classic British brass band tradition. Concerts electrify audiences in educational and public settings and promote excellence in music. Since its founding in 1998, the Pikes Peak Brass Band has maintained high musical standards for all its members. These standards have infused the band with new talent, helping it to evolve into a truly outstanding representative of British brass music. This will be a show you won’t want to miss!
 
With rain in the forecast on Friday (7/21), we’ll be heading over to The Gallery Below for their Friday Eve Bizarre Bazaar! Head over and peruse their Weird and Fabulous wares including Clothing, Jewelry, Art, Shoes, and much more. They’ll also have the walls lined with original art pieces, artist signings, tattoos upstairs at Pins and Needles, and general community weirdness! I know I’m curious about just how weird Colorado Springs can get!
 
We won’t be missing a whole lot outside on Saturday (7/22) with rain in the forecast once again, so we’ll be heading over to Front Range BBQ in Old Colorado City where they’ll be hosting the J Miller Band! This band is a true hybrid of many genre's, but floats along the Americana river at a nice easy pace. Miller and Company paid wonderful homage to their heroes on their latest record, and those heroes are smiling, guaranteed. The J.Miller Band is truly a result of musical friends getting together for one purpose, to sing the songs, play their instruments, and enjoy all the fruits of their labors!
 
Wrapping up our week with Sunday (7/23), we’ll be heading right back to the Stargazers Theatre for a very special event: Harry Teubner’s Celebration of Life! Harry Teubner was one of the biggest supporters of the music scene in Colorado Springs. On Sunday, July 23, members of our musical community are coming together to honor and celebrate the life of this wonderful & kind soul. Members of Starburn, Whiskey Fingers, Fish Tank Piranhas, The VooDoo Hawks and many more will be performing in memory of Harry and his love of music. Come out and help them give Harry the sendoff he deserves!

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