Not that you were addressing me, but if you click the "Reverb" link, you'll get just such a schedule.
Hey Bill - is there access to a schedule of some sort so that we can see who is playing on what stage and when?
These beautiful films are compelling and enlightening. Curious, community-minded, creative, compassionate, and cognizant individuals will all find something to appreciate in these films and discussions. Don't miss this wonderful opportunity to come together as a community to discuss displacement in our own back yard, an issue that extends beyond war, famine, or politics. Think about it -we all know someone who's displaced geographically, socially, culturally, physically, or spiritually. You'll never be able to rent these movies on Netflix, so here's your chance.
It's free; come satisfy your curiosity!
This workshop changed my life. If you look back at our family pictures prior to my attending the workshop, you rarely ever see me. My children even asked why they had no pictures of me. Since the workshop, I have found a creative outlet and my self-confidence has blasted off, AND my family has lots of pictures of me, with and without them. Thank you Spitfire, Sparkle, and Bee!!! <3 XO ~Ida Claire
Colorado Springs doesn't DESERVE this music, it's so good!!
Susan sounds like one of a handful of black singers including, Ruth Brown,
Big Mama Thornton & Mahalia... with that edge that they had!!
We are SO LUCKY!!
Enjoy it while you can.
im so proud of you guys
Great show at the station...but i hate all these guys
The finale of this Steampunk event will be the fabulous ladies of Vagabond misfits dance troupe, performing to the Steampunk band, Humanwine!
Great core workout to fun music and moves. You will sweat and feel this one!
Re: From Slaves to Kings... Saw these guys at Union Station!! And the crowd went wild!! They are a really cool new band, rockin' kickin' A!!!! Then I saw that you can view them on http://www.reverbnation.com/fromslavestoki… .... Anyway, I wanna see more of these guys!!
The Mining Museum adopted their burros through the United States Bureau of Land Management’s adoption program. As the US Congress says in the Wild Horse and Burro Act, Oro and Nugget are “living symbols of the historic and pioneer spirit of the west.” The Museum supports the donkeys (burro in English!) and its heritage and natural resource education mission with fun experiential events like this one. When you go, you’ll feed and pet the burros, here the steam shovel whistle shriek, watch a air locomotive roll (wath out - no brakes!), and kick up your hoofs (I meant heals!) to good “old-timey” music – all in the beautiful “wet land” environment of the Museum’s property. Fun, real stuff for the whole family!
Great place to enjoy a musical performance.
Went to see From Slaves to Kings at Union Station on Aug 6th...AWESOME!! Off the hook!! This is a band you don't want to miss! You can listed to them at www.reverbnation.com and search for From Slaves to Kings... Whoa...I sound like a commercial for them! But, they are jammin' good!!
It was the most enjoyable show I have ever attended! The music was great, the comedy was subtle and well placed within the performance, and the atmosphere was fantastic. The only drawback of the evening was seating in the balcony, but since it was a sold out showing, they were the best seats availble when I purchased them. It was a must see, I hope they come back in the future.
A quick peek at the line up of fine art and it was truly magic. The line up starts off with the work of Sarah Boardman, who is the certified "Old Master" portrait artist who painted the presidential portrait for the state capitol builiding's Gallery of Presidents. Sarah's ability in capturing realism in her subjects and depth of emotion is breath taking. The complete exhibit covers a wide range of artists and is a show you do not want to miss.
This is such an important event. Women have Dress for Success and the female culture of sharing clothes with our friends. Men in Colorado Springs have few resources for obtaining the professional clothing needed to seek employment and dress for work. During my time as social service provider, the best we could offer our male clients was a voucher for Goodwill. I urge community members to support this wonderful cause.
too much wine to try
Steve Martin rocks!
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