The Colorado Springs Moms Guide to July 2017

July Colorado Springs

Summer is in full swing! July in Colorado Springs is bursting with things to do. We are keeping busy thanks to all of the amazing summer programs and events around town. If you haven’t already checked out The 2017 Ultimate Guide to Summer in Colorado Springs, I highly suggest you click on the link and be amazed by all there is to see and do around town this summer!  

Speaking of fun activities this summer: Colorado Springs Moms Blog turns two this month and to celebrate we are throwing a 90’s PROM!  Info and tickets can be found HERE.  We have amazing sponsors and a great venue, so it promises to be a memorable evening.  Bring a date or come with your mom tribe!

There is always something going on in Colorado Springs and we want to keep you in the know! Events in this guide are organized by date as well as category to help you find what you are interested in quickly. If you know of any fun family activities, please take a minute to add it to our Community Events Calendar here or let us know in the comments. We will update this guide with new additions as we receive them. Thank you!

July 1: First Saturday Car Show | 8-10am The First & Main First Saturdays Car Show is in it’s 8th year of operation and runs every first Saturday from May to October. The car show centers around bringing people of Colorado Springs together in a historic, fun-filled, family friendly environment. The event is hosted in the plaza adjacent to Panera Bread in the First & Main Town Center on Cinema Point. FREE

July 1: Michael’s Kids Club | 10am-12pm They make a Kody Kapow Slime Jar, you shop! $2 per child

July 1: Family Adventure Day | 10am-1pm Join us at the Fine Arts Center for an opportunity to express your creativity through hands-on art activities. Let our teaching artist ignite your imagination through the exploration of different themes, art materials and techniques. FREE

July 1: Cruisin the Gods | 11-2pm Cruisin’ the Gods is a FREE classic car cruise-in located in beautiful Colorado Springs, Colorado.  It is held the first Saturday of the month from May through August from 11am-2pm at Bird Dog BBQ’s Centennial location and cruises through the majestic Garden of the Gods Park.  Enjoy music, giveaways and delicious BBQ! FREE

July 1: MAKEbreak |1-3pm Make wearable art on a T-shirt, tote bag or shoes. Buy any apparel item, and the rest of your supplies are FREE

July 2: Fun Before the Fourth |5-8pCelebrate America’s Independence Day early with an evening at Cheyenne Mountain State Park full of fun games and activities followed by a spectacular Fort Carson fireworks display(9pm)! Come play games, spin the trivia wheel, craft with the kids, dig for dinosaurs, get your face painted, and enjoy some great local food! FREE with park admission. A limited number of free park passes will be available to Military families beginning at 9:30am on 7/2 and will be first come, first served.

July 4: A 2017 Guide to 4th of July  | Check out this comprehensive guide to all the fun going on for the holiday here in Colorado Springs and surrounding areas!

July 6: Nature Adventures: Rolypoly-ology |9:00 am – 10:30am Children, ages 3-6 with an adult, will enjoy hands-on activities, puppet shows or stories, crafts, and a hike. Limit 24 participants. Reservations required by phone or on-line. $3 per person including adults & siblings

July 7: First and Main Summer Concert Series|5-7pm Join us at the park in front of the Cinemark Theater for a free outdoor concert!  July 7: Jeffrey Alan Band July 14: Out of Nowhere July 21: Nuba Nueve July 28: Martini Shot FREE

July 7: Moonlight Storytelling Hike|7:30-9pm Join us at Fox Run Regional Park as we celebrate the beauty of nature and the Buck Moon with a hike and storytelling. Limited space. Prepaid registration required by phone or on-line. $4/member, $5/nonmember.

July 7 and 8: Firefly Celebration|7:30-9pm Yes, we have spotted fireflies in the park over the years! Learn about the lives of fireflies, make a firefly craft and hike to find these rare wonders in the park. Reservations required on-line or phone. $4/member, $5/nonmember.

July 8: Free Storytime with Puppets|10-11am Join Fountain Creek Nature Center and a staff member from the Pikes Peak Library District for special animal stories with a special guest puppet too! Learn about summer reading programs. Then enjoy the trails on your own. FREE

July 8: Michael’s Kids Club | 10am-12pm They make a Winter Wonderland Castle, you shop! $2 per child

July 12 and 13: Nature Explorers: Sun Power | 9-10:30am Children, ages 4-5 with an adult, will enjoy hands-on activities, puppet shows or stories, crafts, and a hike. Pre-registration highly recommended. Cost is $3 per participant(including adults and siblings).

July 12: Free Story Time | 10-11am Join a staff member from the Pikes Peak Library District for special animal stories with a special guest puppet too! Learn about summer reading programs. Then enjoy the trails on your own. FREE

July 14: Weekend Warm-Up | 2-4pm We will explore the history of Buffalo Soldiers – African American soldiers from 9th and 10th Cavalry and the 24th and 25th Infantry who served from the Civil War through the 1950s. Join the Buffalo Soldiers Community Memorial Committee for a scavenger hunt throughout the building to explore the extraordinary legacy of these remarkable soldiers and their horsemanship. Once you’ve completed the search, turn in your hunt for a ticket to take a free carriage ride around the outside of the museum! Leave with ideas to explore more of the history of the Buffalo Soldiers in the West.  Families are encouraged to RSVP online at cspm.org or by calling 719-385-5990. Donations welcome!

July 14: First and Main Summer Concert Series|5-7pm Join us at the park in front of the Cinemark Theater for a free outdoor concert!  July 7: Jeffrey Alan Band July 14: Out of Nowhere July 21: Nuba Nueve July 28: Martini Shot FREE

July 15-16: WMMI Anniversary Weekend| 10am-4pm The Western Museum of Mining & Industry invites you to celebrate the museum’s 35th anniversary! This event commemorates the 1982 opening of the museum’s North Gate Blvd. exhibit building. Located on 27 acres at the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, the Western Museum of Mining & Industry offers a contrasting combination of beautiful Colorado landscape and a world-class technical history collection centering on America’s mining industry. Come to “The Museum That Works” and see the variety of educational programming comes together! Among the activities is our 19th and 20th century steam engines rumbling to life, the artistry of blacksmithing in our blacksmith shop, the operation of the museum’s unique ten-stamp ore mill, and watch the Gold Canyon Gunfighters provide a wild west show!! The weekend will also feature vendors, food trucks, and fun for all ages. $5/person

July 15: Michael’s Kids Club | 10am-12pm They make Mermaids and Unicorns, you shop! $2 per child

July 15-16: WMMI Anniversary Weekend| 10am-4pm The Western Museum of Mining & Industry invites you to celebrate the museum’s 35th anniversary! This event commemorates the 1982 opening of the museum’s North Gate Blvd. exhibit building. Located on 27 acres at the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, the Western Museum of Mining & Industry offers a contrasting combination of beautiful Colorado landscape and a world-class technical history collection centering on America’s mining industry. Come to “The Museum That Works” and see the variety of educational programming comes together! Among the activities is our 19th and 20th century steam engines rumbling to life, the artistry of blacksmithing in our blacksmith shop, the operation of the museum’s unique ten-stamp ore mill, and watch the Gold Canyon Gunfighters provide a wild west show!! The weekend will also feature vendors, food trucks, and fun for all ages. $5/person

July 19 and 20: Little Wonders: Darling Dragonflies | 9-10:15m Discover the world of nature with your two or three year-old. Interactive activities and a short hike make this the perfect introduction to the outdoors for your child. For 2-3 year old toddlers accompanied by an adult. $3/person including adults and siblings.

July 19: Children’s History Hour | 10:30-11:30am Join the Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum for story time, an artifact adventure, and a craft or activity for ages 2-8! Let’s imagine life in Colorado in the 1800’s! We’ll read a book about a pioneer family and a young girl’s beloved wheat doll. We’ll learn the story of the Gammons, a Colorado family that owned a cattle company. You’ll also have the chance to try your hand at pioneer craft making! Donations welcome! Families are encouraged to RSVP online at cspm.org or by calling 719-385-5990. FREE

July 19: Brownies and Board Games |4-5pm Come to the High Prairie Library and challenge your family or some friends to a couple of rounds of your favorite game. We’ll supply the board games and the treats, you bring the competition! All age levels and skill levels are welcome. FREE

July 20: Twos and Threes Outdoors: Kids Love Mud! | 9-10:15am Explore nature with your 2 or 3 year-old through interactive activities, a story and a short hike. Reservations required by phone or on-line. $3/person including adults and siblings.

July 21: Weekend Warm-Up: Quilt your Story | 2-4pm Families are invited to drop in for a 30 minute craft, experiment, or fun activity highlighting local history. Leave with history adventure ideas that will ignite your curiosity through the rest of the weekend! With every quilt there is a story – who, what, when, where and why it was made.  Come participate in the story of a Quilt of Valor.  Spend time learning about how quilts are made and helping to construct a quilt to be donated to one of our military members. This program is in partnership with the Piecing Partners Quilt Guild. Donations welcome! Families are encouraged to RSVP online at cspm.org or by calling 719-385-5990.

July 21: First and Main Summer Concert Series|5-7pm Join us at the park in front of the Cinemark Theater for a free outdoor concert!  July 7: Jeffrey Alan Band July 14: Out of Nowhere July 21: Nuba Nueve July 28: Martini Shot FREE

July 22: Frog Frenzy | 10-11:30am Frogs are an indicator species of healthy environments and frogs are fun! Learn about frogs, toads, and salamanders, make a frog craft and look for frogs in the ponds. $3 per member, $4 per nonmember. 

July 22: Michael’s Kids Club | 10am-12pm They make a Safari Animal Canvas, you shop! $2 per child

July 23: FunFEST | 9am-2pm Join us for the second annual FunFest at Red Rock Church!
It’s a party in our parking lot with inflatables, a rocking climbing wall and lawn games.
This year we are excited to have food trucks on site and Cole’s Popcorn will be joining us with items available to purchase to satisfy your hunger and your sweet tooth!
Make plans to join us, it’s the best Sunday of the summer. FREE

July 26: Family Star Party | 8-10pm With longer hours of summer sunlight, we have moved the time for our Family Star Party. Join us later in the evening to enjoy the dark night sky. Bring your family and friends and explore the universe with us on a beautiful summer evening. We hope to inspire new astronomy enthusiasts – young and old! All outside activities are free to the public. Special Event Discount! Enjoy a discounted admission to also explore the Discovery Center and Science On a Sphere® inside.

July 27:  90’s Prom 7-10pm We’re celebrating our second birthday by throwing it back to the 90’s with a Prom!  This date night out event will be filled with beer, food, giveaways, dancing & more! There will be a variety of Bristol Brews to enjoy, food catered by the Blue Star Group, local sponsors to meet & shop with, and 90’s music to jam out to. Note :: this is not a sit down dinner; instead, envision yourself at a 90’s themed cocktail party created just with you in mind! We hope to take you on a trip down memory lane! $25 individual, $45 couple; prices go up 7/7

July 28: First and Main Summer Concert Series|5-7pm Join us at the park in front of the Cinemark Theater for a free outdoor concert!  July 7: Jeffrey Alan Band July 14: Out of Nowhere July 21: Nuba Nueve July 28: Martini Shot FREE

July 29: Mario the Magician | 3-4pm As seen on Sesame Street and NBCUniversal’s Sprout Channel, NYC’s Mario the “Maker” Magician is making his way to you in his 1971 VW bus! More than just a performer, Mario is also an inventor who creates his own props. He is known for his dedication to the Maker Movement and STEM initiatives and his integration of DIY electronics and robotics into his performance. Regardless, he never sacrifices the old-school slapstick vibe that audiences so love. It’s vintage meets the future. Buster Keaton and Charlie Chaplin for the modern age, with a mad inventor twist. Ideal for ages 3-10 and their families as show is approx. 50-60 minutes with no intermissions. $10

July 29: Colorado Grown Family Fun Day | 10am-2pm Join The Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum for a day of food trucks, live music, and family-friendly activities! Celebrate Colorado’s 141st birthday and discover local history and identity through tours, Hands on Hands stations, and local history exhibits. Featuring live music presented by Wirewood Station – Award winning Rocky Mountain Acoustic Variety Band. Colorado Dancegrass at it’s best! FREE

July 29: Michael’s Kids Club | 10am-12pm They make Summer Planters, you shop! $2 per child

City Rock CLIMBarium Open Gym | Monday-Friday from 11am-1pm This open gym time is for children 5 and under. $6 per child (18 months and under free with paid sibling). 21 N Nevada Ave, Colorado Springs

PPLD Summer Adventure Programming | June 1-July 31 Click here for a printable calendar of all the amazing fun the libraries have this summer! 

Music and Movement for Two and Three Year Olds | Mondays 10-10:30am (Rockrimmon Library), Tuesdays 10:30-11am (Cheyenne Mountain Library), Wednesdays 9:30-10am, 10:15-10:45am, 11-11:30am (Library 21c), Fridays 10:30-11am (Penrose Library & Ruth Holley Library) Shake those wiggles out and have some fun! This 30-minute program consists of music and movement activities and a story. For two and three-year-old children, with a favorite adult. Due to high attendance, certain branches issue a token to the first 20 FAMILIES, on a first come, first served basis. FREE

Story Times by Day of the Week

Monday 

  • Baby Time at Pikes Peak Library (birth to 12 months)
    • East Library 10-10:45am and 11-11:45am
    • Library 21c 10-10:45am and 11-11:45am
  • Book Break at Pikes Peak Library (quick story time for all ages)
    • East Library 10:30-10:45am
    • Library 21c 10:30-10:45am
    • Monument Library 10:30-10:45am

Tuesday   

  • Story Time at Pikes Peak Library (ages 3 and up)
    • Fountain Library 10:30-11:30am
    • Library 21c 9:30-10am and 10:30-11am
    • Monument Library 10:30-11am and 11:15-11:45am
    • Ruth Holley Library 10:30-11:15am
  • Toddler Time at Pikes Peak Library (ages 1-2)
    • East Library 9:30-10am, 10-10:30am and 10:30-11am
    • High Prairie Library 9:30-10am and 10:30-11am
    • Manitou Springs Library 10:30-10:50am
    • Penrose Library 9:30-9:50am and 10:30-10:50am

Wednesday 

  • Book Break at Pikes Peak Library (quick story time for all ages)
    • Monument Library 10:30-10:45am Snuggle Up
  • Storytime at Pikes Peak Library (ages 3 and up)
    • East Library 7-7:30pm
  • Stay and Play Story Time at Pikes Peak Library (ages 2-5)
    • Rockrimmon Library 10:30-11:30am
  • Story Time at Pikes Peak Library (ages 3 and up)
    • East Library 9:30-10am and 10:30-11am
    • Palmer Lake Library 10:30-11am
    • Penrose Library 9:30-10am and 10:30-11am
    • Sand Creek Library 10:30-11:15am
  • Toddler Time at Pikes Peak Library (ages 1-2)
    • Cheyenne Mountain Library 10:30-11am
    • Old Colorado City Library 9:30-9:50am and 10:30-10:50am
    • Rockrimmon Library 9:30-9:50am and 10-10:20am
    • Ruth Holley Library 10-10:20am and 10:30-10:50am

Thursday  

  • Baby Time at Pikes Peak Library (birth to 12 months)
    • Fountain Library 10:30-11:30am
  • Story Time at Pikes Peak Library (ages 3 and up)
    • Cheyenne Mountain Library 10:30-11am
    • East Library 9:30-10am and 10:30-11am
    • High Prairie Library 10-10:30am and 10:45-11:15am
    • Manitou Springs Library 10:30-11am
  • Toddler Time at Pikes Peak Library (ages 1-2)
    • East Library 9:30-10am, 10-10:30am and 10:30-11am
    • Monument Library 9:30-10am and 10:15-10:45am
    • Old Colorado City Library 9:30-9:50am and 10:30-10:50am

Friday  

  • Story Time at Barnes and Noble
    • Briargate Store 11am
    • Citadel Store 10:30am
  • Book Break at Pikes Peak Library (quick story time for all ages)
    • East Library 10:30-10:45am
    • Library 21c 3-3:15pm
    • Monument Library 10:30-10:45am
  • Stay and Play Story Time at Pikes Peak Library (ages 2-5)
    • Fountain Library 10:30-11:30am
  • Story Time at Pikes Peak Library (ages 3 and up)
    • Rockrimmon Library 10:30-11:30am
    • Old Colorado City Library 10:30-11:15am
  • Toddler Time at Pikes Peak Library (ages 1-2)
    • Library 21c 10-10:30am, 10:30-11am and 11-11:30am
    • Palmer Lake Library 10:30-10:55am
    • Sand Creek Library 10:10-10:30am

Saturday   

  • Story Time at Barnes and Noble
    • Briargate Store 11am
    • Citadel Store 10:30am
  • Story Time at Pikes Peak Library (ages 3 and up)
    • East Library 10:30-11am
    • Penrose Library 10:30-11am
    • Ute Pass Library 10:30am-12pm

July 1: First Saturday Car Show | 8-10am The First & Main First Saturdays Car Show is in it’s 8th year of operation and runs every first Saturday from May to October. The car show centers around bringing people of Colorado Springs together in a historic, fun-filled, family friendly environment. The event is hosted in the plaza adjacent to Panera Bread in the First & Main Town Center on Cinema Point. FREE

July 2: Fun Before the Fourth |5-8pCelebrate America’s Independence Day early with an evening at Cheyenne Mountain State Park full of fun games and activities followed by a spectacular Fort Carson fireworks display(9pm)! Come play games, spin the trivia wheel, craft with the kids, dig for dinosaurs, get your face painted, and enjoy some great local food! FREE with park admission. A limited number of free park passes will be available to Military families beginning at 9:30am on 7/2 and will be first come, first served.

July 4: A 2017 Guide to 4th of July  | Check out this comprehensive guide to all the fun going on for the holiday here in Colorado Springs and surrounding areas!

July 7: First and Main Summer Concert Series|5-7pm Join us at the park in front of the Cinemark Theater for a free outdoor concert!  July 7: Jeffrey Alan Band July 14: Out of Nowhere July 21: Nuba Nueve July 28: Martini Shot FREE

July 14: First and Main Summer Concert Series|5-7pm Join us at the park in front of the Cinemark Theater for a free outdoor concert!  July 7: Jeffrey Alan Band July 14: Out of Nowhere July 21: Nuba Nueve July 28: Martini Shot FREE

July 21: First and Main Summer Concert Series|5-7pm Join us at the park in front of the Cinemark Theater for a free outdoor concert!  July 7: Jeffrey Alan Band July 14: Out of Nowhere July 21: Nuba Nueve July 28: Martini Shot FREE

July 28: First and Main Summer Concert Series|5-7pm Join us at the park in front of the Cinemark Theater for a free outdoor concert!  July 7: Jeffrey Alan Band July 14: Out of Nowhere July 21: Nuba Nueve July 28: Martini Shot FREE

July 29: Colorado Grown Family Fun Day | 10am-2pm Join The Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum for a day of food trucks, live music, and family-friendly activities! Celebrate Colorado’s 141st birthday and discover local history and identity through tours, Hands on Hands stations, and local history exhibits. Featuring live music presented by Wirewood Station – Award winning Rocky Mountain Acoustic Variety Band. Colorado Dancegrass at it’s best! FREE

July 6: Nature Adventures: Rolypoly-ology |9:00 am – 10:30am Children, ages 3-6 with an adult, will enjoy hands-on activities, puppet shows or stories, crafts, and a hike. Limit 24 participants. Reservations required by phone or on-line. $3 per person including adults & siblings

July 7: Moonlight Storytelling Hike|7:30-9pm Join us at Fox Run Regional Park as we celebrate the beauty of nature and the Buck Moon with a hike and storytelling. Limited space. Prepaid registration required by phone or on-line. $4/member, $5/nonmember.

July 7 and 8: Firefly Celebration|7:30-9pm Yes, we have spotted fireflies in the park over the years! Learn about the lives of fireflies, make a firefly craft and hike to find these rare wonders in the park. Reservations required on-line or phone. $4/member, $5/nonmember.

July 12 and 13: Nature Explorers: Sun Power | 9-10:30am Children, ages 4-5 with an adult, will enjoy hands-on activities, puppet shows or stories, crafts, and a hike. Pre-registration highly recommended. Cost is $3 per participant(including adults and siblings).

July 19 and 20: Little Wonders: Darling Dragonflies | 9-10:15m Discover the world of nature with your two or three year-old. Interactive activities and a short hike make this the perfect introduction to the outdoors for your child. For 2-3 year old toddlers accompanied by an adult. $3/person including adults and siblings.

July 20: Twos and Threes Outdoors: Kids Love Mud! | 9-10:15am Explore nature with your 2 or 3 year-old through interactive activities, a story and a short hike. Reservations required by phone or on-line. $3/person including adults and siblings.

July 22: Frog Frenzy | 10-11:30am Frogs are an indicator species of healthy environments and frogs are fun! Learn about frogs, toads, and salamanders, make a frog craft and look for frogs in the ponds. $3 per member, $4 per nonmember. 

 

July 1: Michael’s Kids Club | 10am-12pm They make a Kody Kapow Slime Jar, you shop! $2 per child

July 1: Family Adventure Day | 10am-1pm Join us at the Fine Arts Center for an opportunity to express your creativity through hands-on art activities. Let our teaching artist ignite your imagination through the exploration of different themes, art materials and techniques. FREE

July 1: MAKEbreak |1-3pm Make wearable art on a T-shirt, tote bag or shoes. Buy any apparel item, and the rest of your supplies are FREE

July 8: Michael’s Kids Club | 10am-12pm They make a Winter Wonderland Castle, you shop! $2 per child

July 14: Weekend Warm-Up | 2-4pm We will explore the history of Buffalo Soldiers – African American soldiers from 9th and 10th Cavalry and the 24th and 25th Infantry who served from the Civil War through the 1950s. Join the Buffalo Soldiers Community Memorial Committee for a scavenger hunt throughout the building to explore the extraordinary legacy of these remarkable soldiers and their horsemanship. Once you’ve completed the search, turn in your hunt for a ticket to take a free carriage ride around the outside of the museum! Leave with ideas to explore more of the history of the Buffalo Soldiers in the West.  Families are encouraged to RSVP online at cspm.org or by calling 719-385-5990. Donations welcome!

July 15: Michael’s Kids Club | 10am-12pm They make Mermaids and Unicorns, you shop! $2 per child

July 19: Brownies and Board Games |4-5pm Come to the High Prairie Library and challenge your family or some friends to a couple of rounds of your favorite game. We’ll supply the board games and the treats, you bring the competition! All age levels and skill levels are welcome. FREE

July 21: Weekend Warm-Up: Quilt your Story | 2-4pm Families are invited to drop in for a 30 minute craft, experiment, or fun activity highlighting local history. Leave with history adventure ideas that will ignite your curiosity through the rest of the weekend! With every quilt there is a story – who, what, when, where and why it was made.  Come participate in the story of a Quilt of Valor.  Spend time learning about how quilts are made and helping to construct a quilt to be donated to one of our military members. This program is in partnership with the Piecing Partners Quilt Guild. Donations welcome! Families are encouraged to RSVP online at cspm.org or by calling 719-385-5990.

July 22: Michael’s Kids Club | 10am-12pm They make a Safari Animal Canvas, you shop! $2 per child

July 1: Cruisin the Gods | 11-2pm Cruisin’ the Gods is a FREE classic car cruise-in located in beautiful Colorado Springs, Colorado.  It is held the first Saturday of the month from May through August from 11am-2pm at Bird Dog BBQ’s Centennial location and cruises through the majestic Garden of the Gods Park.  Enjoy music, giveaways and delicious BBQ! FREE

July 7: First and Main Summer Concert Series|5-7pm Join us at the park in front of the Cinemark Theater for a free outdoor concert!  July 7: Jeffrey Alan Band July 14: Out of Nowhere July 21: Nuba Nueve July 28: Martini Shot FREE

July 14: First and Main Summer Concert Series|5-7pm Join us at the park in front of the Cinemark Theater for a free outdoor concert!  July 7: Jeffrey Alan Band July 14: Out of Nowhere July 21: Nuba Nueve July 28: Martini Shot FREE

July 21: First and Main Summer Concert Series|5-7pm Join us at the park in front of the Cinemark Theater for a free outdoor concert!  July 7: Jeffrey Alan Band July 14: Out of Nowhere July 21: Nuba Nueve July 28: Martini Shot FREE

July 27: 90’s Prom with COSMB 7-10pm We’re celebrating our second birthday by throwing it back to the 90’s with a 90’s Prom!  This date night out event will be filled with beer, food, giveaways, dancing & more! There will be a variety of Bristol Brews to enjoy, food catered by the Blue Star Group, local sponsors to meet & shop with, and 90’s music to jam out to. Note :: this is not a sit down dinner; instead, envision yourself at a 90’s themed cocktail party created just with you in mind! We hope to take you on a trip down memory lane! $25 individual, $45 couple; prices go up 7/7

July 28: First and Main Summer Concert Series|5-7pm Join us at the park in front of the Cinemark Theater for a free outdoor concert!  July 7: Jeffrey Alan Band July 14: Out of Nowhere July 21: Nuba Nueve July 28: Martini Shot FREE

 

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