Organ Spectacular -“Pipedreams”, Sat Sept 10, 7pm at the First United Methodist Church.
Admission: $20-25. Mix the unmistakable sound of the pipe organ with the Chamber Orchestra and you get “Pipedreams”. Three of Colorado Springs’ finest organists will perform pieces by Albioni and Handel. For more information: www.chamberorchestraofthesprings.org.
What IF Festival, Sat Sept 10 10-4pm Downtown Colorado Springs.
Admission: Free. The premiere science, engineering and technology fair comes alive this Saturday and is fun for all ages. Over 100 interactive exhibits, music on 6 stages, food trucks and a beer and wine tasting garden. Let your imagination soar at this great event. For more info and a festival guide: www.whatif-festival.org.
“Trash”, Thurs, Fri, Sat thru Sept 24, Funky Little Theater 2109 Templeton Gap Road
Admission: $15. Inspired by reality TV shows “Honey Boo Boo” and “Duck Dynasty”, this regional premiere is a dark, funny and not so funny look at life. Probably not exactly appropriate for the elementary school crowd, but it is sure to draw you into the unbelievable drama. For more information: www.funkylittletheater.org.
Front Range Open Studios, Sat, Sun Sept 10-11 10-5pm, Various Locations in TriLakes Area
Admission: Free. With 22 artists in 16 studios, the Front Range Open Studio is a popular weekend for those looking to get up close and personal with the artists and their craft. This is the only true studio tour in Colorado. For a map and more information: www.frontrangeopenstudios.com.
Miguel Dakota with Differents, Fri Sept 9, 6-8pm, University Village Center
Admission: Free Originally scheduled for Aug 19th, Miguel and his band will come back to the University Village for the Free Summer Concert Series. Miguel had us glued to our set during the America’s Got Talent Finals, and is always fun and appealing to all ages with his blend of pop, rock and alternative music. For more info: www.UVCShopping.com.