Opening weekend for the new boat Barn Hall at Bourbon Brothers, 13071 Bass Pro Drive, the frontmen, 20 o'clock Lead singer from Lonestar, Restless Heart and Little Texas. Tickets:

For a really WildNight at the zooHow about an overnight stay for children over 5 years old? Explore the world of animals in the moonlight and listen to the sounds. The dinner consists of pizza and vegetables, followed by s & # 39; mores, and there is a breakfast of cereal and yogurt before the morning zoo tour. The adventure starts at 18 o'clock. and is over at 8 o'clock in the morning. To register for this or the next WildNights:

As thousands of beautiful snow geese begin their trek, you will learn all about them High Plains Snow Goose and Heritage History Festival in Lamar. The 17th year of the festival really includes early morning tours, goose hot spots, and beerier secrets.

Opening weekend for a special exhibition until May 26 with works by artists who followed or were inspired by modernist abstraction – not the artist's well-known Santa Fe style. Aftermath: Georgia O's Keeffe and contemporary painting is in the Denver Museum of Contemporary Art, 1485, the Delgany St. Friday is sold out.

Family art fun with bubble wrap, tissue paper, fruits and vegetable stamps on Art extravaganza, 14 o'clock, Cheyenne Mountain Library, 1785 S. Eighth St., Suite 100. Free and with no reservations.

Hey kids, here's a fun Saturday assignment: a Penny sorting party at the Money Museum, 818 N. Cascade Ave. Learn how to sort coins for possible treasures. While the kids are in this Kids Zone free zone, adults can visit the museum for free. Penny sorters from 10:30 am to noon are 4-7 years old; Children from 8 to 12 o'clock sort from 13:30 to 15:00 o'clock. Register by calling 482-9846 or online at

Imagine 300 Handbell wrestlers together. It is musical reality on the 36th Southern Colorado Handbell Alliance Festival and Concert, The wrestlers practice all day at 19.00. Concert that begins with a demonstration and singalong with the Wurlitzer Theater organ. Free. Auditorium of the City of Colorado Springs, 221 E. Kiowa St.

Another new venue, The Side Door, 1645 S. Tejon St., headlines "Comic to Watch" Adam Cayton-Holland the Grawlix comedy troupe. Geoff Tice from Denver. 8:30 pm, doors at 8, 13 $. Music groups come next.

A birdie here, lots of birdies there. It is that Big backyard bird census with the friends of Florissant Fossil Beds and other partners. Help with the count at 09:15, 10:15 or 11:15 clock. A family hunt and a birdhouse start at 13:00. Daily park entrance fee 10 USD per adult (15 years and younger get free), Annual National Park pass 35 USD. or on Facebook / FlorissantNPS.

Taste the wines as you enjoy new exhibits at the Bear Creek Nature Center Winter wine tasting7-9 pm, 245 Bear Creek Road. For ages 21 and over, 20 USD, pre-registration required at

Enjoy a hike through the old town Old north end with the Falcon Wanderers. Register between 9:00 am and 12:00 pm at Luther Hall, across from First Lutheran Church, 1515 N. Cascade Ave. It is a non-competitive 5K and 10K hike that ends at 15.00. Prams and wheelchairs may have problems, as not all intersections have curb cuts. Pets on a leash ok on the trail. For information: Curt Converse, 591-8193.

A unique musical treat for the community, the inauguration of Coplands Appalachian Spring and Menotti's The unicorn, the gorgon and the manticore by the Chamber Orchestra of the Springs with the Colorado Ballet Society and the Colorado Vocal Arts Ensemble, 7:00 pm Saturday, 2:30 pm Sunday at Ent Center, 5225 N. Nevada Ave. Tickets:; Chamber Orchestra

The model railway is in the limelight at the 22nd edition Rails in the Rockies in Estes Park. Different parts of the country are displayed in workload layouts.

What is the story behind the hamlet of Lake George? Pikes Peak Historical Society Chautauqua offers a Sunday program, History of Lake George Historian Steve Pluett at 2:00 pm, Lake George Charter School, 4 miles west of Florissant in the US 24. An early treat from Pluett: Lake George, on the railroad, once delivered ice and vegetables to Colorado Springs and Cripple Creek. Refreshments provided.



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