5 Things You Should Definitely Do This Weekend in the Springs | Oct. 4-6
First Friday, a harvest festival and Colorado's best talent - things to do in the Springs!
First Friday Downtown
Downtown Colorado Springs
Numerous art galleries, including those along Tejon Street, the Arts Alley District, and the Depot Arts District will be open late for artist receptions, performances, food and drink. Many retail stores and cultural organizations will also stay open late with special First Friday programming. First Friday Downtown information and participating merchants.
Oct. 5 | 10AM - 3PM
Rock Ledge Ranch | 30th Street & Gateway Road
The Chambers' 1880s farm will be filled with fall activities. Ride in a horse drawn wagon, listen to old time music, pick a pumpkin to take home, enjoy yummy fall food and tour the restored 1880s Rock Ledge House and 1907 Orchard House. Admission the the ranch is free, but fees apply to most activities.
Colorado You Got Talent
Oc.t 6 | Showtimes vary
Up and coming singers, musicians, comedians, circus acts and dancers from throughout the state will battle to become Colorado’s Performer of the Year. Come admire the talent and cheer on your favorites at this year’s Colorado You Got Talent State Finals. Colorado You Got Talent tickets and information.
Hansel & Gretel
through Nov. 10
Simpich Showcases | 2413 W Colorado Ave
Showcase Marionette Theatre presents a unique retelling of the classic fairy tale, Hansel and Gretel. Performances are 7pm Fridays; 2:30pm Saturdays, Sundays and Wednesdays. Hansel and Gretel tickets and information.
A Midsummer Night's Dream
Oct. 9-12 | 7PM showtimes
Pine Creek High School Theater | 10750 Thunder Mountain Pine Creek
Theatre presents a modern approach to Shakespeare’s classic work. The fairies are mischievous children romping through an urban playground playing tricks on the unknowing mortals. All the while, a band of trades people rehearse a ridiculous play to present for Duke and Duchess on their wedding day. Pine Creek Theatre information.