Fall is in full swing and that means fall festivals are abundant! The 5th Annual Reynolds Ranch Harvest Festival is going on Saturday and Sunday from 10am - 4pm at the Western Museum of Mining and Industry. There will be plenty of fall flair and family fun with pumpkin picking and decorating, gold panning, a hay bale maze, fall family photos, hayrides, black smith shop demos, a farmer's market, an apple cider press, and the list goes on and on. Admission is $5 for everyone 4 and older. You can find more information here.
MAKING STRIDES OF PUEBLO
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and you can help support the cause on Saturday with the Making Strides of Pueblo. The American Cancer Society's 5k walk will begin at 10am along the Riverwalk. Registration begins at 9am. Signing up is free and donations are encouraged. You can walk alone or with a team. Even if you can't make it out, you can still donate here.
THE DANCE MILE
We've all heard of running a mile, but how about dancing a mile? The Dance Mile will be taking over the streets of Old Colorado City on Saturday. Registration starts at 3:30 in Bancroft Park with bib bedazzling, a pre-party, dance acts, and a warm up before the mile. At 6pm the dancing really begins through the closed off streets followed by an after party in the park. You can register here.
13TH ANNUAL PIKES PEAK STUDIO TOUR
Have you ever wanted to see inside a real art studio? You can do just that at the 13th Annual Pikes Peak Studio Tour. From 10am to 5pm on Saturday and Sunday you can see how artists create their work in their own studios. There will be potters, jewelery designers, photographers, painter, weavers, and more. The event is free and each artist will have a drawing to give away a piece of work. The studios are located all over Colorado Springs. You can find a map and listings here.