5 Things to Do This Weekend (Oct 8, 9) in Colorado Springs

5 Things to Do This Weekend (Oct 8, 9) in Colorado Springs

Revolutionaries - Sat Oct 8, 7pm Broadmoor Community Church, Sunday Oct 9, 2:30pm First Christian Church

Admission: $25, $5 age 21 and under, $20 65 and older and active military. Pulitzer price winner Joseph Schwantner leads this performance of Beethoven's "Ah Perfido! for Soprano and Orchestra" with soprano Katherine Johnson and "Symphony No. 2 in D Major". For more information:http://chamberorchestraofthesprings.org

 

John McCutcheon - Sat Oct 8, 7:00 at Black Forest Community Club 12530 Black Forest Rd

Admission: $15 members, $25 non-members. When Pete Seeger calls someone "one of our country's best songwriters", you know he is bound to be good. John has been writing songs and creating music since he was 15. With 36 albums and 6 grammy nominations, John has a huge collection of work from ballads, historical songs, children’s songs, love songs, topical satire, fiddle and hammer dulcimer instruments, and even symphonic works. For more information:www.blackroseacoustic.org.

 

Haunted Brew Fest, Sat Oct 8 1-4pm and 5-8pm, Colorado Springs Event Center 3960 Palmer Park Blvd

Admission: $30, VIP $45. Beer and Boos? There is a pun in there somewhere. This group has partnered up with the Colorado Ghouls Gulch & Sanitarium Haunted House to provide you with a spooky experience while tasting some of our city's best brews. Discount tickets will be available for entry to the haunted house next door. For more information: http://hauntedbrewfest.com/.

 

Pikes Peak Studio Tour, Sat & Sun Oct 8, 9 10-5pm, various locations

Admission: Free. This only happens once a year, so put this one on your calendar. A combination of fine art and grand crafts for sale, works in progress, food and drink, lively conversation and welcoming artists. For a map and more information: www.pikespeakstudiotour.com.

 

The Grimm Spectaculathon, Fri Oct 7- Oct 15 7pm, Fountain Community Theater

Admission: $10 and under. A fun-filled play for the whole family! An energetic cast will try to make sense of the well-known (and some not so well-known) stories collected by the Brothers Grimm and with audience participation, this will be a memorable event and fun for the kiddos. Tickets can be purchased at: http://www.fountaintheater.org/.

 

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