Join Bristol Brewing Company for Tuesday Night Karma Hour. A dollar per pint sold will be donated to a local charity.
Registration for the 24th Annual Bike to Work Day is open. The event is sponsored by KOAA News 5 and the Colorado Springs Independent.
Bicyclists can sign up to ride to any one of several breakfast locations across Colorado Springs. Bike to Work Day encourages bicycling for personal and community health, alternative transportation, recreation and sustainability.
Bike to Work Day 2017 supports the people who actually ride their bikes to work and highlights local businesses that support bicycles in our community.
Here are some of the locations:
- Cottonwood Creek Recreation Center
- Criterium Bicycles
- Garden Ranch YMCA
- Sinton Trail @ the Citizens’ Service Center
- Templeton Gap Trail @ Nevada Ave and Mount View
- Rock Island Trail @ Homestead Trail (Academy & Constitution)
- East YMCA
- Lincoln Center (N Cascade & Tyler)
- Popcycle Bridge (Pikes Peak Greenway Trail @ Van Buren St.)
- Buffalo Lodge Bicycle Resort (Columbia Rd & El Paso Blvd, Manitou)
- Angler’s Covey (South of Midland Trail at Hwy 24 & S 21st St)
- Pedestrian Bridge over I-25 @ Monument Valley Pool
- Wild Goose Meeting House (N Tejon & Boulder)
- Downtown YMCA (Acacia Park & Nevada)
- Colorado Springs Sustainacenter (Shooks Run Trail @ Boulder Ave)
- Memorial Hospital Central (E Boulder St & E. St. Vrain)
- Memorial Park Recreation Center YMCA
- Urban Steam Coffee (Pikes Peak Greenway @ Sierra Madre St)
- Ivywild School- 1604 S. Cacade Ave
- Southeast Armed Services YMCA
The Colorado Farm and Art Market (CFAM) is a cooperative farmers’ market, owned and operated by the participating memebers.
There are 2 markets: one on Wednesday afternoons at the Pioneer Museum; and the other on Saturday mornings at the Margarita at Pine Creek.
These are our favorite farmers markets. You are guaranteed to find organic and sometimes heirloom products.
We’ve been attending the Hillside Garden Concerts for years. Bring a chair, sometimes and umbrella and bug repellent and listen to the music. There is such an incredible mixture of local musicians.
“There will always be at least two different types of live music in the garden and if you listen carefully you can hear the ancient sounds of the didgeridoo being played in the upper gardens by John as well as the sounds of iron work in the lower gardens with Charles Walters offering blacksmithing demonstrations.” as per the Hillside website.
No outside food or pets.
Summer Concert Series Presents:
May 17 Larry Lafferty and Vehicle Big Band Dancing
May 24 Out of nowhere Bluegrass
May 31 John E Boothe Rock Soul and Blues
June 7 John Wise and Tribe Reggae
June 14 Psychedelegates 60s and 70s soft rock
June 21 Skean Dubh Celtic
June 28 Boyd Sweeney Band Swing
July 5 Mo Mungus Reggae
July 12 BJ Estares and Route 61 Electric Blues
July 19 Joe and Kate Uvegas Folk
July 26 Rawbert Beard 70s-90s Rock
August 2 Davenports Classic Rock
August 9 George Sisneros Dance Music
August 16 Mitguards Folk based Americana
August 23 John Wise and Tribe Reggae
August 30 Redraw the Farm Folk- Rock
September 6 John Stone and Flyn, Libre Soft Rock and Latin
September 13 Rick Blessing and Trip Ziegler Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin Tribute
September 20 Larry Lafferty and Vehicle Big Band Dancing
The Manitou Community Market has moved! We will now be located in beautiful Soda Springs Park, nestled between Manitou Avenue and Park Avenue right in downtown Manitou Springs. The area is kid and pet friendly. Please keep an eye on the kiddos and a leash on the pets!
There is paid parking along Manitou Avenue, Park Avenue, and Canon Avenue as well as city parking lots. Read all signs, obey parking rules and do not park in paid parking spots without paying.
Join Tessa Gurley for an hour of “Recover Your Life” Yoga. What makes this yoga class special is that it supports those in Recovery from Addiction.
This is one of the oldest markets in Colorado Springs. There is a wide range of products from organic to organic-lite to produce from out of state.
Baked goods are wonderful. Most of the vendors have been at this market for many years.
To pick up a Terra Essentials, go to the Arbonne booth and ask for Nancy Moore.
For those local food advocates who have been around Colorado Springs for a while, you recognize the Miller Farms. At their Saturday market, you can fill up one of their bags as full as possible, and it is possible.
This market is great if you put up (can or dehydrate) produce.
The market is located in the southwest corner of the Chapel Hills Mall parking lot, south of Sears.