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St. Mary's excels at forensics

Maintaining competitive longevity at the national level can be hard for high schools. St. Mary’s High School, though, has found the right formula and has proven its dedication to fielding a competitive speech and debate team. More

Artists wanted for art fair

Local artists are invited to exhibit their art at Canvases in the Cañon Art Fair. The art show will be held in North Cheyenne Cañon Park from 10:00 am – 4:00 pm, Saturday, August 23, 2014. More


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Jazz in the Garden August 29 at Downtown at SE Corner of N. Tejon and Monument St.

August 29, 2014 from 7pm to 9pm
The Sean Schaffer Hennessy Quintet with Jade TailorA native of Colorado Springs, Sean Hennessy is regarded as “one of America’s most gifted composer/instrumentalists” and is a protégé of jazz legend Wynton Marsalis. A trumpet soloist of deep essence, he has performed at Carnegie Hall, The Kennedy Center and across the country, exhibiting beautiful heartfelt melodies, light jesting humor and spirited and touching jazz.Born in Hollywood to artistic parents, Jade Tailor’s resume includes several…See More
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Hot Summer Nights: Music on the Labyrinth - Joe Uveges at First Christian Church, downtown

August 2, 2014 from 6:30pm to 7:30pm
First Christian Church is presenting another program in their “Hot Summer Nights: Music on the Labyrinth” series, featuring Joe Uveges, singer and acoustic guitarist.  His music includes everything from driving rock to country ballads, percussive funk and adult contemporary with a spiritual twist.  The program will be held outdoors on the south side of the church (but will move indoors for inclement weather), so bring a blanket or chair.  A free will offering will be taken.           Raised a…See More
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Jazz in the Garden August 29 at Downtown at SE Corner of N. Tejon and Monument St.

August 29, 2014 from 7pm to 9pm
The Sean Schaffer Hennessy Quintet with Jade TailorA native of Colorado Springs, Sean Hennessy is regarded as “one of America’s most gifted composer/instrumentalists” and is a protégé of jazz legend Wynton Marsalis. A trumpet soloist of deep essence, he has performed at Carnegie Hall, The Kennedy Center and across the country, exhibiting beautiful heartfelt melodies, light jesting humor and spirited and touching jazz.Born in Hollywood to artistic parents, Jade Tailor’s resume includes several…See More
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Jay Smith added a discussion to the group Central
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Handicap Parking FINE INCREASES...

I have touched on this subject before I thought, but I cannot find any thing. ANYWAYS, I have breaking news to let out! But first, let's back up a bit:From my side of the fence (handicapped and holder of placard/plates), I see people parking illegally in these spots all over town. Many times I hear, "Oh, I'm just going in for a minute," or "yeah, so?" Well, according to the law, pulling in and stopping in one of these spaces is considered parking and you just earned yourself a $100 fine. From…See More
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Analogous at Bridge Gallery

August 1, 2014 from 5pm to 8pm
Kim Sayers-Newlin and Sarah Robertson explore analogies, analogues and analogous colors through drawing, printmaking, collage and found objects in this Bridge Gallery exhibit. Subjects include serious and silly comparisons, ratios, body parts and onions. Sayers-Newlin is an award-winning artist who teaches at Pikes Peak Community College and has spent 30 years teaching and making art. Robertson studied at Pratt Institute and PPCC and is interested in the juxtaposition between what exists in…See More
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Candye Kane in Concert at Crystola Roadhouse

October 25, 2014 from 8pm to 11pm
Candye Kane has been called a survivor, a superhero and the toughest girl alive. (All are also titles of her self-penned songs.) They are apt descriptions of the jump blues singer, songwriter who has earned this moniker the hard way. Nominated for five National Blues Foundation Awards (Winner-Best Contemporary Blues Female 2011) winner of ten San Diego Music Awards, starring in a sold out stage play about her life and beating down pancreatic cancer in the last two years, Kane is one tough…See More
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Return of the Rocky Mountain Chautauqua at Palmer Lake Town Hall

August 2, 2014 from 10am to 6pm
On Saturday, August 2, 2014, the Palmer Lake Historical Society, Colorado Humanities, and the Friends of the Pikes Peak Library District turn the Town of Palmer Lake back in time to the late 1890s as they present the Return of the Rocky Mountain Chautauqua.  The Chautauqua movement spread across the Nation from 1874 to 1930 and was the first mass educational and cultural movement in the Nation's history.  It was estimated that 45 million Americans attended a Chautauqua event.  The Town of…See More
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Return of the Rocky Mountain Chautauqua

On Saturday, August 2, 2014, the Palmer Lake Historical Society, Colorado Humanities, and the Friends of the Pikes Peak Library District turn the Town of Palmer Lake back in time to the late 1890s as they present the Return of the Rocky Mountain Chautauqua.  The Chautauqua movement spread across the Nation from 1874 to 1930 and…See More
Jul 17
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REAL Colorado U14 Wins NPL National Title

Colorado's very own REAL CO Under 14 Boys NPL (National Premier League)soccer team has gone undefeated through the season with 30 goals for and 3 against.After taking the Colorado State and Western Regional Championships, the undefeated REAL CO 14…
Jul 17
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Fourth Annual North Colorado Springs Rotary Club Miniature Golf Tournament on August 28, 2014

Now everyone can participate in a golf tournament that is fun, affordable and easy to play.Proceeds from the mini golf tournament go to the good works of the North Colorado Springs Rotary Club here in the community. We support literacy by giving dictionaries to 3rd graders in some of the poorest schools in District 11.…See More
Jul 17
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Holmes Middle School Students Take Gold at National FCCLA Conference

  Five Holmes Middle School Students Compete in STAR Event Competition at FCCLA National Leadership ConferenceJuly 6th-10th July 6th, 2014 – More than 7,000 Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) members, advisers, alumni, and guests from across the country gathered in San Antonio, Texas for the 2014…See More
Jul 17
Leonore Misner added a discussion to the group Falcon
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Child Abuse Awareness BBQ

In front of the Old Fire Station on the corner of Old Meridian Road and Route 24 in Falcon, a special BBQ was fired-up on Saturday July 12th.  Thanks to the Exchange Club of Falcon and Ursula Miller, Chairperson of the Child Abuse Prevention Committee, for coordinating…See More
Jul 16
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St. Mary's Sends 10th Consecutive Team to Forensics Nationals

Maintaining competitive longevity at the national level can be hard for high schools. St. Mary’s High School, though, has found the right formula and has proven its dedication to fielding a competitive speech and debate team. In June, SMHS sent a team of three to the National Speech and Debate Tournament, marking the school’s 10th year in a row to be represented on the national level. This year the competition was held in Overland Park, Kansas. The three students representing the school—2014…See More
Jul 16
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FIGHT FRAUD – SHRED INSTEAD

        Start collecting your outdated financial documents and bring them to the FREE Fight Fraud - Shred Instead Event and food drive on Saturday, September 27, at the Black Forest Lutheran Church parking lot at 12455 Black Forest Road in Black Forest. This identity theft prevention event is provided from 9 AM to Noon as a community service.        All documents will be professionally shredded on site.  All paper will be recycled.  Please limit what you bring to the equivalent of 3 copy paper…See More
Jul 15
Rosanne Gain posted a blog post

Artists invited to participate in the Canvases in the Cañon Art Fair on August 23

Local artists are invited to exhibit their art at Canvases in the Cañon Art Fair. The art show will be held in North Cheyenne Cañon Park from 10:00 am – 4:00 pm, Saturday, August 23, 2014.Art show entries may be 2 or 3-dimensional pieces with a preferred focus of “Spectacular Scenes of the Pikes Peak Region.” Scenes of North Cheyenne Canon are of special interest to include in the show. Exhibit entry is free with 15% of art sales donated to the park for preservation and education. The deadline…See More
Jul 15
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Learning from Nature as I Volunteer

Do you enjoy taking walks outside with friends, or watching a child’s face light up with wonder at the sight of a deer or a bird or a bee? Do you like to learn new facts about the plants, wildlife, and ecology of the Pikes Peak Region and the feeling you get helping others learn new ways to preserve and respect our natural world? If you do, consider becoming a volunteer at Bear Creek and Fountain Creek Nature Centers. Whether it’s sitting at the Visitor’s Desk and answering questions about the…See More
Jul 15
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