Come see the Firefighters vs. Colorado Springs Law Enforcement face off in a battle on the ice.
It's the 4th annual "Guns 'n Hoses" sled hockey charity game, which is sponsored by the Colorado Springs Sled Hockey Association (CSSHA).
The goal of the game is to raise funds... more »
This December marks the 70th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor.
On Saturday, November 5th, in Colorado Springs and in Pueblo, we will will honor the many men and women who served in the armed forces with the Veterans Day Parade.
Eight Pearl Harbor Survivors will be... more »
The Colorado Springs Cool Science Festival kicks off today with a blast! The carnival, which is held at UCCS, gets going at 9am with a day filled with activities, live demos, and much, much more.
Get to see rockets launch, participate in nature walks, and witness (controlled) explosions. There's... more »
It's the last day for the Folk Art Festival at the Rock Ledge Ranch.
165 vendors come from all over the nation to sell their handmade goods.
There's everything from food to face painting and clothing to furniture.
Where: Rock Ledge Ranch Address: 30th Street & Gateway Road,... more »
The 'What If' festival starts at 10 am, but presenters are setting up their tents gearing up for all the curious minds to come out and try out their hands-on demos.
The 'grab and go' 120 lb robot made by a team of students from Coronado High School placed... more »
Expect to see everything from balloons and pony rides to bounce houses and climbing walls on Sunday, August 28 at the Grace Fund's 7th annual fundraiser called "A Family afFaire."
Over the last six years the organization has raised and granted over $600,000 to those suffering from Multiple Sclerosis,... more »
The family classic, "E.T.: The Extraterrestrial," will be shown free in Bear Creek Regional Park June 24. Film will roll at dusk, around 8:30 p.m.
Bring blankets or lawn chairs for preferred seating and take in a fun, summer evening of outdoor theater in the park.
The movie... more »