The 2016 event is October 15th. http://www.VictorianFetishBall.com
I really enjoyed the eclectic group of people and the interesting presentation.
This is not the times I submitted for the second weekend of performances on August 13 & 14:
• Aug 6, 2016 at 11:00 am - 12:00 pm (Sat)
• Aug 6, 2016 at 03:00 pm - 04:00 pm (Sat)
• Aug 7, 2016 at 12:00 pm - 01:00 pm (Sun)
• Aug 7, 2016 at 04:00 pm - 05:00 pm (Sun)
• Aug 13, 2016 at 11:00 am - 12:00 pm (Sat)
• Aug 13, 2016 at 03:00 pm - 04:00 pm (Sat)
• Aug 14, 2016 at 12:00 pm - 01:00 pm (Sun)
• Aug 14, 2016 at 04:00 pm - 05:00 pm (Sun)
This is also not the title nor text I posted:
Dragon Theatre proudly presents: "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz" and "The Roads to Oz"
Dragon Theatre Productions, a community-inclusive theatre program of Imagination Celebration, proudly presents “The Wonderful Wizard of Oz” and “The Roads To Oz” adapted R.P. Bowman based on the novels by L. Frank Baum, produced in a partnership with PPLD.
Join Dragon Theatre Productions in our 8th year bringing fun, original, and family friendly performances to the Pikes Peak Region!
In The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, follow Dorothy down the Yellow Brick Road as she helps her friends the Scarecrow, the Tin Woodsman, and the Cowardly Lion find the brains, heart, and courage they need to help her find her way home in this new adaptation of the original classic novel.
In The Roads to Oz, find out what happened to Dorothy and her friends in this new adaptation of the next fourteen books in the Oz series. With the Scarecrow left in charge, there is unrest in the land of Oz, and two young girls General Jinjur and Queen Anne are each raising an army to conquer Oz for themselves. But will Ozma, the true princess of Oz, be found to save the Emerald City in time?
“The Wonderful Wizard of Oz” a new adaptation by R.P. Bowman, based on the book by L. Frank Baum, and directed by Angie Kinnett
“The Roads to Oz” a new adaptation by R.P. Bowman, based on the next fourteen books in the Oz series by L. Frank Baum, and directed by Ariel Robinson
Colorado Springs' 2016 Pridefest Parade: https://youtu.be/IttEAfBFgrI
Will the festivities be followed by one of Club Q's orgy parties? Oh, I guess not...they discriminate -- guys only. Sorry ladies.
"The orgy party last Monday was HUGE. Yes - litterally! ;-) At last count there were about 30 guys in attendance and everyone had a great time. Without going into any details - it was an orgy in the truest sense of the word. AWESOME!
For those of you that have never been, here’s how it works. Since this is a private event hosted by GO USA (gay orgy USA), you don’t need a membership. The doors open at 8:00pm and close at 8:30. This way everybodies in the cluband ready to have fun without being interrupted by late cummers! It is B.Y.O.B. - GO USA provides cups, ice and mixers. It is 100% discreet and no need to be concerned.
Bring some extra cash with you...we carry different types of lubes and toys..."
Better when it was all Dirt!!!!!!!!!!
Tai Chi is all about balance... dont miss this workshop if you can help it.
Who will benefit by attending this workshop?
1. Everyone is welcome, ages 13 to 90+.
2. Anyone in rehabilitation needing help to regain their balance.
3. Anyone experiencing balance problems due to aging, Diabetes, Parkinson’s, and stroke (just to name a few).
4. Doctors, nurses, physical and sports medicine therapists, acupuncturists, massage therapists, energy workers, and personal caretakers.
– Remember a better mind / body awareness leads to improved self-esteem and reduced social isolation.
This would have been a fantastic show. I've been looking forward to seeing Jason Ricci and The Bad Kind for a very long time. Consumate musicians, honest and commited.
Unfortunately, despite a signed legal contract, Songbird Cellars broke that contract only a week before the scheduled event, leaving fans AND the band in the lurch. Musicians and fans deserve, at the very least, for venues to honor their commitments. Shabby treatment of working musicians does not speak well for a venue that claims to support live music and those who bring it. Please add a "Zero Stars" option for Reviews/Comments.
I took many classes for two semesters in this institute.
Although I am a U.S. citizen, lived in U.S. 50 years, during which years I was a student and worked in California mostly at Hewlett-Packard and received my high education in this country; attended 1 year University of Colorado in Denver, rest of my education in California; retired and have been living in Colorado Springs,and have been a life-time student all my life, I was DISCRIMINATED BY THE GROUP.
I was constantly criticized that I was asking too many questions in the class and that I was late all the time and insisted sitting at the front of the class.
I was late no more than 2-3 times during the past 6 months which is no more than those also time to time were late to the class.
One morning I was 3 minutes late to the class the host would not allow me to enter the class. A few days after the incident a woman came 15 minutes late and had no problem entering the class.
Finally, two days ago, when I went by their office to pick up a file folder I had left in one of the class I was asked to step in to the office of the woman who was assistant to the director and again was told I was asking too many questions, late to the class, monopolizing the class and these complaints were being made by the hosts and the attendees of the class.
These claims are not true.
I was always uncomfortable with the reception of the hosts, and general very cold and unfriendly climate of the group except for the instructors who are outsanding and always thanked when they were asked questions.
During this meeting I was told, "in this country we do things differently, not like in your country, sit on your hands in the class"
As I had paid $500.00 for the semester and were really interested attending the class, always loved to learn, I apologized and left.
I came home and re-evaluated the hole experience with this institution and realized how tensed I used to feel to go to the class and be subject to the cold, unfriendly hosts and most of the attendees, I called and expressed that I belived I am being discrimated and unwelcome therefore I will not be attending to their classes. Her response "I am sorry it wokred iut that way". I asked if I could be reimbursed for the unused portion of the classes which amount to $420.00, the answer was "no".
I called my credit card company filed a dispute.
I lived in this country fifty years, I have never, not once felt discrimaated. I speak very good English, I do have accent and I am from Middle East and in these classes I definitely felt my presence made others uncomfortable.
I am sad
Will the Ancient Mariner become a GAP Store?
This is a great service!!!
Amazing event every year!
An amateur radio on-the-air event including more than 35,000 radio amateurs who gather and operate from various locations across the US and the world. The Pikes Peak Radio Amateur Association will be operating from their club station. Come out, see what the hobby is all about, and even get on the air!
We will be on the air from Noon, 25 June thru Noon, 26 June.
Somehow the submission got mangled, probably to try to make it fit.
Writer indicates that more info is available online without providing the online resource. Unable to find anything about this event using Google and multiple search words.
Heads up...bad info about the starting point
2 pm at the corner of El Paso and Kiowa
Rescheduled due to weather!
New date and time:
Friday, April 22nd starting at 7pm!
This show does NOT start at 1 pm - doors open at 7 pm with music starting at 8 pm
The Buzz is THE place to bee. James and Mia and their staff are always smiling, glad to see you, and doesn't act put out to wait on you. This is a,, big plus in my opinion, The place has a nice welcoming home bar, even if its your first time there. The musicians that come to jam here are top notch or will be in the near future and the Crowd is very supportive of the music. First jam I have every been to that the dance floor was full EVERY song during the night. If you like friendly bar staff, Great Music a
I am taking my granddaughter on a 2 week road trip from wa. state. We would love to star gaze but we won't be there until about june 23rd? Is there a place I can take her to look at the stars thru a large telescope? I'm sure willing to pay. Thank you, Joyce
So Glad that they are back in Colorado!! Outstanding Female Lead & Slide Rocking Blues guitarist.. Rooted in the Sounds of Memphis, TN.. Promoting 2 Independent CD's "Memphis Fever and My Friends"..
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