Weekend On The Go

Oct 5, 2012 7:55 AM by Kate Richards

Weekend on the GO! Oct. 5 - 7

Political satire: Capitol Steps
Friday, 7:30 PM
Palmer High School
Palmer
Tickets available at the door.

Rocky Mountain Haunt Fest
Friday, Oct 5 1:00p
Rocky Mountain Haunt Fest
Colorado Springs
Price: $15.00

Kids Zone @ the Money Museum Opening Celebration
Saturday, Oct 6 2:00p to 5:00p
American Numismatic Association Money Museum
Colorado Springs
Price: Free

3rd Annual Wheels and Deals Car/Bike Show and Community Yard Sale
Saturday, Oct 6 9:00a to 1:00p
High Plains Elementary School
Colorado Springs
Price: Early car registration: First car is $15, each additional entry is $5. Registration day of the event is $20. Yard sale space: There is a $5 registrati

25th Annual High Country Toy Run
Sunday, Oct 7 11:00a
Rocky Mountain Motorcycle Museum
Colorado Springs
Price: Admission for Toy Run is one new toy per person; $7for dinner at after party

Ghost Tour of Colorado Springs
Friday, Oct 5 7:00p to 9:00p
Mining Exchange Hotel
Colorado Springs

"Gypsy"
Friday, Oct 5 7:30p
Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center
Colorado Springs,
Price: Call or go online for ticket prices

Family Mystery Hikes
Saturday, Oct 6 1:00p
Cheyenne Mountain State Park
Colorado Springs, CO
Price: Programs are free, however, all vehicles entering the park must display an annual ($70) or daily ($7) Colorado State Parks Pass

Garden of the Gods Workdays
Sunday, Oct 7 8:30a to 3:00p
Rocky Mountain Field Institute
Colorado Springs
Price: Free

"Laugh Out Loud" Latino Chamber of Commerce Comedy Night
Friday 6 p.m., Show Starts at 8 p.m.
Creative Arts Building, Colorado State Fair Grounds
Pueblo
$20 - Active Military/ Student; $30 - Regular Admission; $50 - Couple (2 Tickets); $250 - Group Bundle (10 Tickets) **Snacks and food included in ticket price. Cash bar.

 

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