By Jennifer Boylan on Friday, 20 January 2017
Category: General News

Things to Do This Weekend (Jan 21, Jan 22) in Colorado Springs

What is Dementia? What to Expect at Each Stage -  Sat Jan 21 9:30am-12:00 pm, Home Care Assistance of El Paso County 13395 Voyager Parkway Suite #120

Admission: Free. The Home Care Assistance of El Paso County as teamed up with New Century Hospice to bring a very important 3 part educational series addressing dementia. The first part of the series focuses on defining Dementia and identifying each stage of the progress of the disease. Call (719)822-1229 to reserve a spot or visit: Home Care Assistance

WYNOT Radio Theatre in the Other Coast Caper, Sat Jan 21, 7:30 pm, Sunday Jan 22 2pm, Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center 30 W. Dale Street

Admission: $18 FAC members, $20 non-members. Need to tickle your funny bone this weekend? Head to the Fine Arts Center for a hilarious spoof of the Golden Age of Radio. For more information: Fine Arts Center.

Colorado Springs Philharmonic presents Beethoven and Tchaikovsky, Sat Jan 21 7:30pm, Sun Jan 22 2:30pm, Pikes Peak Center for the Performing Arts 190 South Cascade Avenue

Admission: $21 and up. Irish pianist Barry Douglas' interpretation of the massively popular Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto No. 1, and a new composition inspired by Pikes Peak from Boulder composer Daniel Kellogg will make this an unforgettable performance. For more information: Colorado Springs Philharmonic.

Chinese New Year Festival, Sat, Jan 21, 2017, 10am - 4pm, Colorado Springs City Auditorium 221 East Kiowa

Admission: $6 Adult, $5 CSCCI members, children and Military, under 5 free. The Colorado Springs Chinese Cultural Institute is holding their 16th annual Chinese New Year Festival. Join them for traditional dance, musical numbers, merchants and food vendors to celebrate the Chinese New Year. For more information check out their website Colorado Springs Chinese Cultural Institute.

Colorado Floyd, Sat Jan 21 8:00pm, doors open at 7:00pm, Stargazers Theatre & Event Center 10 S. Parkside Drive

Admission: Free, no tickets required. For 4 years, Colorado Floyd has shown their love, talent and respect for Pink Floyd. Go see Colorado Floyd to get your jam band fix for the weekend. For more information: Stargazer's Theatre.