By Jennifer Boylan on Friday, 03 November 2017
Category: General News

Things to Do in Colorado Springs this Weekend (Nov 4-Nov 5)

Welcome to November! The Colorado Springs weather will be beautiful this weekend for outdoor activities such as the Vertans' Day Parade and full moon hike. Head indoors for science-related activies and discussions, and enjoy a jazz duo from the east and west coasts. Take advantage of your extra hour this weekend, but don't forget to set your clocks back!

Things to Do This Weekend

Colorado Springs Veterans' Day Parade - Sat Nov 4, 10:00am-12:00pm, Downtown Colorado Springs

Admission: Free. An annual parade down Tejon St. will happen on Saturday in honor of our veterans and active duty military will. For more info, visit: Colorado Springs Veterans' Day Parade.

Dinosaurs: A Concise Natural History - Sat Nov 4, 9:30am-12:00pm, Rocky Mountain Dinosaur Resource Center 201 S. Fairview St., Woodland Park

Admission: $20 plus museum admission of $11.50/person, registration required. Space is limited for this 12 and up class led by Steve Veatch. Learn all about the ecology, life habits, evolution, and extinction of dinosaurs. For more info, visit: Rocky Mountain Dinosaur Resource Center.

Mini Masterminds STEAM - Sat Nov 4, 10:00am-11:00am, PPLD - Rockrimmon Branch 832 Village Center Dr.

Admission: Free, registration required. STEAM workshop for children 6-12 years old where they will explore electricity and build circuits to power buzzers, LEDs, and more. For more info, visit: PPLD-Rockrimmon.

Garden of the Gods Full Moon Hike - Sat Nov 4, 6:30pm-8:00pm, Garden of the Gods Visitor and Nature Center

Admission: $5/adult, $10/family. Hike in Garden of the Gods by the light of the full moon. Guided hikes will last 1 hour and be sure to bring a flashlight! For more info, visit: Garden of the Gods.

Visiting Artist Concert: Dawn Norfleet  - Sun Nov 5, 3:00pm-5:00pm, Colorado College - Packard Hall 5 W. Cache La Poudre St.

Admission: Free and open to the public. Enjoy the sounds of jazz duo Los Angeles-based flutist Dawn Norfleet and New York City-based pianist Andy Milne. For more info, visit: Colorado College.