Smokebrush presents the Hear Here Poetry Slam
Poets compete for a spot on the slam team. The audience decides who will be on the Slam Team. All ages are welcome.
6:00pm – Workshop
7:00pm – Sign up
7:15pm – Open Mic
8:00pm – The Slam
New moon is on October 19 at 1:12pm MDT
On the lunar calendar, the first day of the new month is the 21st.
NOW FEATURING A YOUTH OPEN MIC!
Workshop | Open Mic | Slam
Every Third Thursday
in Colorado Springs
@ 221 E. Kiowa St.
Youth Open Mic (19 and under) 5 pm
Poetry workshop at 6:15pm
followed by an open mic* at 7:15 pm
and our Poetry Slam at 8:15 pm.
Sign-up for open mic and slam starts at 7 pm
*for the open mic please limit readings to 5 minutes
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.
The Pikes Peak Heritage Series is presenting the Pikes Peak Forest Health Symposium. Keynote is Harris Sherman, Former USDA Under Secretary, Natural Resources and Environment; Executive Director, Colorado Department of Natural Resources. With Panels on: Pikes Peak Fire History, Case Studies, Possible Solutions, and a Discussion on Next Steps.
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.
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.
The Meteor Shower called the Orionids originated from the dust particles left behind by Halley’s Comet. It appears annually in the night’s sky from October 2 – November 7. The best time to watch it will be early on the night of October 21 into the morning of the 22nd. According to the astronomers, we may be able to see up 20 meteors per hour. Look toward the constellation Orion (Toward Betelgeuse) to view, and meteors can appear anywhere in the sky.
New moon is on the 19th which means there won’t be a lot of light in the night’s sky. Check with some of the astronomy sites for the best time to view.
While listening to the beautiful flute music, Jim will guide us into a deep relaxed state. Then we will all go on a guided visualization (or journey) into an alternative reality that is outside of time and space. Much like our Intermediate Shamanic Journeys, we will have a clear intention of whatever the particular theme is that evening. The theme is different each month as Jim’s guides give him new topics to meditate on.
John Thunderheart will join Jim with his Native American Flutes and his magical didgeridoo. While you listen to the beautiful flute music, Jim will guide you into a deep relaxed state. Then he will lead you on a guided visualization (or journey) into an alternative reality that is outside of time and space. Much like our Intermediate Shamanic Journeys, we will have a clear intention of whatever the particular theme is that evening.
Please know that if you don’t have the $15, you are still welcome to come & donate what you can, even if it’s a hug.
New Tech Pitch Night is the 4th Thursday of the month.
Pitch Night provides startup organizations an opportunity to practice their 5-minute pitch of their ideas/companies followed by 5 minutes of honest feedback from the crowd. Meet your fellow startup community, experience a pitch firsthand, and offer your valuable insights.
Pitches will begin at 6:00 PM.
Free snacks! Always a great time!