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Around Town: April 22nd and 23rd

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We're heading towards another weekend! Here's a few options if you're still looking for something to do.

CS Sustain-A-Fest

If you’re looking to celebrate our wonderful planet, head out to the Colorado Springs Earth Day Sustain-A-Fest on Saturday from 11 am to 4 pm. That will include the Grand Opening of the Colorado Springs Center for Sustainability and a community celebration of Earth Day. There will be tours of the center, live music, food trucks, education demonstrations and family friendly activities. The Great American Cleanup event will be going on before the event from 9 am to 11 am if you’d like to volunteer here.

2nd Annual Fitness Party

The 2nd Annual Fitness Party fundraiser will be going on at The Historic City Auditorium in Colorado Springs on Sunday. From 3 pm to 5 pm the auditorium will be filled with “Flower Power” themed fun and fitness classes like Zumba and MixxedFit.  A minimum suggested donation of $5 will get you into the party. Find more information here.

Sons of Italy Spaghetti Dinner

Sons of Italy will host a spaghetti dinner in Cañon City Sunday. Food will be available from 11 am to 6 pm at the Cañon City Elks Lodge on Macon Avenue. Everyone is welcome and tickets can be purchased at the door. $10 for adults, $4 for children under 12. The dinner serves as a fundraiser for the Sons of Italy Scholarship Fund. Find more information here.

Kids & Cops Dodgeball Tournament

The Chief’s Youth Advisory Council will host a Kids and Cops Dodgeball Tournament this Saturday. 14 teams made up of area high school students and their School Resource Officers will face off in the tournament between 10 am and 1 pm at Coronado High School. Participating high schools will include Coronado, Doherty, Manitou Springs, Mitchell, Pine Creek, Rampart, Sand Creek, Sierra, Vista Ridge, Wasson Academic Campus, Widefield, and cadet programs from CSPD, EPCSO, and Fountain PD. In addition to the tournament, there will be law enforcement equipment and units on display, information booths, and family fun. Admission will be $5 for adults and $3 for students with all of the proceeds going to Pikes Peak Suicide Prevention. Find more information here

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