Although the Colorado Springs area didn’t get much snow this week we did get another taste of winter and many places in the state received more than a foot of snow. Good news for our drought conditions but I think most people are ready for a true spring. We are ready to get outdoors, spend time in our beautiful parks and hiking trails, attend outdoor music festivals and leave winter behind. What are you ready to do once we leave winter behind?
Things to do in Colorado Springs
Fine Arts Center’s Theatre Company Presents The Drowsy Chaperone A Musical Inside a Comedy. Starting May 9 – June 2nd, this musical won five 2006 Tony Awards and will appeal to all fans of musical theater. Early Thursday preview shows are discounted and as always if you are a member of the Fine Arts Center you’ll pay less for all shows.
April 27, 2013 UCCS Music Fest 2013 A free outdoor music festival open to all. This is the first year for this festival and will feature performances by The Martini Shot Band, Preston Pugmire and One Tree Hill’s Tyler Hilton, carnival food, including a favorite local food truck and games and fun for all members of the family. Show your support for this free festival in its inaugural year.
April 28, 2013, 1:00 p.m. Family Mystery Hike. Have you ever visited Cheyenne Mountain State Park? Are you looking for a fun family activity that doesn’t cost a lot of money and is educational? This one mile hike will introduce you and your children to the beauty of the area while teaching them how to be good caretakers of our outdoor spaces. Call (719)576-2016 for more information.
Pikes Peak Organic Gardening Class sold out early for the April 20th class so if you’re interested in Pikes Peak Urban Gardens monthly classes make sure to sign up early for the next class. Just getting into urban gardening? Did you know that you can have raised beds built in your outdoor space for a very reasonable price, visit the website for more information.
What are you plans this week? or this weekend?