Jennifer has been a licensed Realtor since 1980. She began her real estate career in Dallas and was active in sales as well as mortgage lending for 15 years before relocating to Colorado Springs in 1996. Jennifer is the Employing Broker of Springs Homes overseeing our daily operations, reviews all contracts, counsels Buyers and Sellers, negotiates contracts and manages both the Buy/Sell side of Real Estate as well as Property Management. She graduated from SMU with a degree in Music Education and has been actively involved with the Colorado Springs Youth Symphony. She has been a past member of the Board of Directors as well as the conductor of the Vivace Strings Orchestra.

5 Things to Do This Weekend (Oct 1, 2) in Colorado Springs

5 Things to Do This Weekend (Oct 1, 2) in Colorado Springs

Creek Week - Sat Oct 1, 12-2pm, Legacy Loop Plaza

Admission: Free. This weekend concludes Creek Week in Colorado Springs where the Fountain Creek Watershed was given a little attention and love. This is the 3rd annual event where people get together to pick up trash and help cleanup the Fountain Creek Watershed. For more information, http://fountaincreekweek.com/.

 

Colorado College Hockey vs Mount Royal, Sun Oct 2, 6:07pm, Broadmoor World Arena

Admission: $9 and up. Nothing says fall like a little ice hockey. Colorado College opens the 2016-17 season on Sunday, Oct. 2, with an exhibition game against Mount Royal University at The Broadmoor World Arena beginning at 6:07 p.m. The regular season begins on Friday, Oct. 7, with a two-game series against UMass in Amherst, Mass. For tickets, http://www.broadmoorworldarena.com/.

 

Palmer Lake Art Group's Annual Fair, Fri Sep 30, Sat Oct 1, 9am - 5pm, Palmer Lake Town Hall

Admission: Free. This art fair has been going on for 43 years, so you know it has got to be good. Local artists, quilters and jewelry makers sell their products to benefit D-38 high school art scholarships. For more information: http://palmerlakeartgroup.com/

 

Bikes, Blues, Brews & BBQ, Sat Oct 1, 4-9pm, Buffalo Lodge Bicycle Resort

Admission: Free. Whether you like cruising on two wheels or not, you still have to check out this place and their Saturday community party is the perfect time to do so. The Buffalo Lodge Bicycle Resort, or The Buff is a family-owned vintage hotel with a western theme. They organize rides and hold events for all members of the community. For more information: http://bicycleresort.com/.

 

USAF Academy Band's Rampart Winds, Sun Oct 2, 2:30pm, Benet Hill Monestary

Admission: Free. Off Highway 83 in the thick Ponderosa Pines, you can experience the Academy's Rampart Winds. With a mix of patriotic classics and armed service anthems, this concert will make you proud to be an American. Register at www.benethillmonastery.org .

 

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5 Things to Do This Weekend (Sept 24, 25) in Colorado Springs

5 Things to Do This Weekend (Sept 24, 25) in Colorado Springs

Pikes Peak Derby Dames Double Header - Sat Sept 24, 6:00pm, City Auditorium

Admission: $10-20 Women's flat track Roller Derby comes to Colorado Springs as the Derby Dames are hosting their home team double header. Come watch the Danger Dolls vs the Wreckin' Rebels and the Killer Queens vs High City. The PPDD is a diverse group of female athletes committed to the athletic development and empowerment of women in the Pikes Peak region. Whoot-whoot! For more information: http://pikespeakderbydames.breezi.com/.

 

Colorado Springs Philharmonic -"Live and Let Die", Fri & Sat Sept 23 & 24, 7:30 at Pikes Peak Center

Admission: $23 and up, Kids Free. The best of Paul McCartney from his Beatles, Wings and solo careers set to a memorable symphonic tribute. Sir Paul's greatest hits including Hey Jude, Yesterday, Live and Let Die and more. For more information: www.csphilharmonic.org.

 

Chile & Frijoles Festival, Fri, Sept 23 3-12am, Sat & Sun Sept 24, 25, 10-6 pm, Union Ave Historic District, Pueblo

Admission: $3, 12 and under free. With over 140,000 attendees last year, you know this festival is something not to miss. With the scorching of chile peppers wafting through the air, browse the local famer's wares, over 40 food vendors, live entertainment and over 150 street vendors. In it's 22nd year, the Loaf 'N Jug Chile & Frijoles festival is a laidback family event. For more information: http://pueblochilefestivalinfo.com

 

Johnny Martin Cup, Sat Sept 24 10-4pm, Nevada Ave between Colorado & Pikes Peak

Admission: Free. A free event with live music and classic cars? What could be better than that? Nevada Avenue will be filled with hot rods, muscle cars and classic cars pre-1972. Cars from around the country are competing for a prize package. For more information: http://johnnymartins.com.

 

Rumble in the Rockies, Sat Sept 24 7pm, Sun Sept 25 2pm - Broadmoor World Arena

Admission: $15 adults. Rumble in the Rockies is the 22nd stop of the Professional Bull Rider's Built Ford Tough Series. With that mouth-full of an event title, the contestants are competing for a prize purse of $140,000 and hopes of collecting enough points for the all-around $1 million PBR World Championship. In addition to the weekend event, Tejon Street downtown will be closed off at 5pm for a live music party to kick off the competition. Tickets can be purchased at: www.ticketswest.com or at the World Arena box office.

 

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5 Things to Do This Weekend (Sept 17, 18) in Colorado Springs

5 Things to Do This Weekend (Sept 17, 18) in Colorado Springs

Colorado Springs Philharmonic -"Symphonic Dances", Sat Sept 17, 7:30, Sun Sept 18 2:30pm at Pikes Peak Center

Admission: $21 and up, Kids Free. Celebrating its 90th year, the Philharmonic presents Gershwin, Rachmaninoff and DiLorenzo symbolizing artists at the beginning of their career, at the end of their career and still producing. For more information: www.csphilharmonic.org.

 

Pawtoberfest, Sat Sept 17, 10-3pm Bear Creek Park.

Admission: Free. The eighth annual event of the Humane Society of the Pikes Peak region features a fun run, food merchants and beer garden to raise money for homeless animals. Last year raised $100,000 for the shelter. For more info and a festival guide: www.pawtoberfest.org.

 

Bines and Brews, Sat Sept 17, 1-5 pm, Limbaugh Park, Monument, Co

Admission: $30, $10 dd. Sample brews from over 15 local breweries plus 3 Hundred Days of Shine and The Ice Cave Cider. Leave the kiddos and pooches at home for this event. For more information: http://trilakeschamber.com/bines-brews.htm

 

Rocky Mountain Oktoberfest, Sat Sept 17 11-6pm, Sun Sept 18 1-6pm, Woodland Park

Admission: $6, Under 21 Free. Head to higher elevation for a fun Oktoberfest featuring biergartens, brats and lederhosen. This is the 19th year for Woodland Park to host this gathering and there is a shuttle from the high school For more information: http://woodlandparkchamber.com/oktoberfest.html.

 

Holly Berry House Folk Art Festival, Fri Sept 16 - Sun Sept 18, Rock Ledge Ranch

Admission: $8 adults, $5 seniors, $4 6-12, under 6 free. The 38th annual art festival features 165 artists and their handcrafted folk art, clothing and furniture with antiques and live music. For more info: www.rockledgeranch.com.

 

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5 Things to Do This Weekend (Sept 10, 11) in Colorado Springs

5 Things to Do This Weekend (Sept 10, 11) in Colorado Springs

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.

 

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Just Listed - Land with 360 degree views & rock formations

Just Listed - Land with 360 degree views & rock formations

Lot 5

When you think of Colorado, this piece of land could be the state's official postcard. 1.67 acres of land in Cripple Creek Mountain Estates Community with rock formations and to die for views. Community benefits include, Fitness Center, heated Indoor Pool, Library and playground. For more information, visit www.goldencyclecircle.com, or give me a call.

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