Have you noticed it’s getting darker earlier? And the trees are changing color! That means fall has definitely arrived. This weekend there are many fall events and festivals happening in and around Colorado Springs. Plus science day, concerts at Stargazers, and a fundraiser for Black Forest to keep your social calendar full. Have a fantastic fall weekend!
Things to Do This Weekend
Harvest Festival – Sat Oct 7, 10:00am-5:00pm, Rock Ledge Ranch Historic Site 30th Street & Gateway Road
Admission: Small fee for activities. Fall means harvest fests! Head over to The Ranch for family activities, wagon rides, pumpkin picking, music, crafts and more! For more info, visit: Rock Ledge Ranch.
Fun with Science Day – Sat Oct 7, 9:00am-3:00pm, Rocky Mountain Dinosaur Resource Center 201 S. Fairview St., Woodland Park
Admission: Museum admission. Get your science on at the many booths that will be at the Rocky Mountain Dinosaur Resource Center. Learn about fossils, robots, wildlife, and more through hands-on activities. For more info, visit: Rocky Mountain Dinosaur Resource Center.
The Long Run: Colorado’s Tribute to the Eagles – Sat Oct 7, 8:00pm, Stargazers Theatre & Event Center
Admission: $17 + fee in advance, $22 + fee at the door. Come enjoy the sounds of an authentic 70s band that brings the Eagles’ best hits to the Stargazers. For more info, visit: Stargazers Theatre.
Black Forest Together Fundraiser – Oct 7, 5:00pm-7:30pm, Black Forest Community Club
Admission: Adults $15, Children 12 and younger $10, Family $40. First annual fundraiser BBQ dinner that will benefit those affected by the 2013 Black Forest Fire. There will also be a silent auction, music, and children’s activities. For more info, visit: Black Forest Together.