Things to Do This Weekend (Nov 12, 13) in Colorado Springs

Things to Do This Weekend (Nov 12, 13) in Colorado Springs

Rocky Mountain Women's Film Festival - Fri - Sun Nov 11-13, Fine Arts Center, Colorado College & other various locations

Admission: $15-$140. From 350 entries, 43 films were selected for this year's festival featuring films by and about women. Topics of the films range from Middle East crisis, Newtown tragedy and handling grief. The 29th year for this festival will showcase a variety of types of films including documentaries, shorts, features and animations. For more information: http://rmwfilminstitute.org/festival

"The Great", Colorado Springs Philharmonic - Sat Nov 12, 7:30 pm, Sun Nov 13 2:30 pm, Pikes Peak Center

Admission: Various, kids free. Marcelo Lehninger conducts this outstanding concert featuring Schubert's Symphony No. 9 "The Great, Vieuxtemps' Violin Concerto No. 5 and the World Premiere of New Orleans composer Courtney Bryan's White Gleam of Our Bright Star. Tickets for ages 7 to 17 are free with an adult ticket courtesy of GE Johnson. For more information visit the http://csphilharmonic.org

 

Colorado College Hockey, Fri Nov 11, 7:30 pm, Sat Nov 12, 7pm, Broadmoor World Arena

Admission: Starts at $9, kids tickets $5. Are you a Hockey Fan? Then you know watching it on TV is not the same. Come out in person and watch Colorado College take on #13 ranked St. Cloud State in a 2 night event. For more information: http://cctigers.com/tickets.

 

St Peter Catholic School Holiday Boutique & Craft Fair, Sat Nov 12, 9 am - 3 pm, St. Peter Church, 24 First Street, Monument

Admission: Free parking and admission. It is not too early to start shopping for those special Christmas Gifts. Shop over 70 vendors for handmade and local items. You might even pick up something from St. Nick's Bake Shop! For more information: http://www.petertherockschool.org/

 

Red, White and Blues to Honor our Vets Day, Fri Nov 11 6:00pm - 10:00pm, Whistle Pig Brewery, 1840 Dominion Way

Admission: Free. The Whistle Pig Brewery celebrates Veterans Day in style! Starting with a ceremonial flag raising at 6pm, your Veterans Day evening will consist of special guest speakers,a book signing by Intrepid Professionals and Whistle Pig's favorite Blues Musician, Grant Sabin. Want to win an autographed “Orange Crush” replica jersey? Yeah, they got that too, and p.s., grab a beer while you are there. More information: http://whistlepigbrewing.com/.

 

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