Sidewalk's End Montessori is an absolutely fabulous school! The heart of every school is its teachers and Sidewalk's End's are top notch. Led by Ms. Lynne, who has won community awards as an outstanding teacher, the team of instructors is motivated, kind, intelligent, loving, and actively engaged in your child's learning. Together they have decades of teaching experience and many have Master's degrees in addition to special instruction on teaching/leading the Montessori method. My oldest children attended Sidewalk's End for the entire three years we lived in Colorado Springs. My oldest graduated from Sidewalk's End and attended our local elementary school this year. She excelled in every area, due to her great foundation established at Sidewalk's End. I could not be happier as she continues to be excited to go to school every day. My other daughter was lucky enough to continue at Sidewalk's End this year where she continues to grow and learn at her own pace and focusing on her areas of interest. She is happy, bright, and socially adjusted. She also loves going to school each day! As a military assignment takes us away from the area, this school will be one of the things I miss the most. I cannot say enough great things about Sidewalk's End. You will love it!
Most concerts are free and very high quality. Lots of visiting composers/performers.
Sunday Morning Worship
8:30 a.m. - Worship, Blended/Traditional
9:55 a.m. - Bible Study Communities/Sunday School
11:20 a.m. - Worship, Modern/Contemporary
A snug and tucked-away treasury of rich offerings across all genre of books or movies. It is quiet and this is not where the crowds are congregating, making it a comfortable place to spend some quality time among the ink. Only a few computers make this a sweet place.
A fine event scene on the reknowned Colorado College Campus. Historic architecture and wildly phenomenal acoustics make this one of the best kept secrets among COS most cultured population. Many offerings are free for the enjoyment of the community, and the community <3s this, turning out in good numbers for every event. <3 Packard Hall and Colorado College!
A challenging place to commune with nature, both flora and fauna abound. The hills are a bit tough now that I have a severe enough ankle injury. Concern for my ability to navigate the mountainous scenery and habitats make me nervous about going so far this year, but I WILL GO! SOON! I hope to get a season ticket. I can't wait to see all the beautiful and well-cared for beasties! And some of them are wearing clothes!! ;-P Great place for people watching as well as animal peeping.
We attended this event last year and it was incredible! The buffet lunch they serve is fantastic and the staff are very friendly and knowledgeable about the natural history of the area. The activities, hikes, and games are really fun for the kids. Some of the hikes are up to a mile long, so bring your water bottles and good hiking shoes.
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