The Colorado Springs Moms Guide to May 2017

Spring has sprung! School is wrapping up and the calendar is full of weekend fun for the whole family. Colorado Springs Moms Blog is excited to bring you Bloom: An Event for New and Expecting Moms on May 6 – which is sure to be an amazing fun-filled morning. 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 to help you find what you are interested in quickly. If you haven’t already joined your Neighborhood Group, check them out for even more fun events and play dates right in your part of town. 

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!

May 1: Family Star Party |7:30pm A free family stargazing and astronomy event. The Colorado Springs Astronomical Society will be in attendance with telescopes and education about the night sky. All ages welcome. Weather dependent. Held in the parking lot at the Garden of the Gods Visitor and Nature Center. FREE

May 4: Nature Adventures: Owl-ology |9:00 am10:30am 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.

May 6: Bloom :: An Event for New and Expecting Moms 2017 |10am-12:30pm Whether you’re expecting for the first or third time, have a newborn at home or are working your way through the toddler years and thinking of expanding your family in the future, this Mother’s Day event is for you. Every guest will leave with a bag stuffed to the brim with swag, meet and chat with other moms, enjoy lunch, enter some fabulous giveaways and receive introductions to local experts on topics pertaining to parenting.$15 TICKETS AVAILABLE HERE

May 6: Fountain Creek Family Fun Day |10am-2pm Explore over 20 outdoor activity stations including puppet shows, dinosaur fossils, bug sweeps, kite making, fly casting demos and more. Free slice of pizza for all participants. FREE to active duty military families with I.D. No reservations required. $5/member, $6/nonmember.

May 6: Bock, Bock, Book |11am-12pIn celebration of Children’s Book Week, we will have a special Saturday Storytime at High Prairie Library. Join us for chicken stories and rhymes, a joke or two, and a visit from some real-live chickens!FREE

May 6: Michael’s Kids Club | 10am-12pm They make a Mother’s Day frame, you shop! $2 per child

May 12: Twos and Threes Outdoors: Water Wizards | 10-11:15am Share the joy of your 2 or 3 year-old child’s discovery as he or she enjoys a story and an exploration hike outdoors. Reservations required by phone or on-line. Cost is $3 per participant(including adults and siblings).

May 12: Kids Quarterly: Water & Fire Kids’ Night Out| 5:30-9pm Drop your kids off at Bear Creek for an evening of hiking, nature exploring and adventuring. Grades 1-5. Dinner provided!  Cost is $15/member child, $20/non-member child. RESERVATIONS REQUIRED. 

May 13: Spring Bird Count at Fountain Creek| 7-11am Beginning to advanced birders count and record the numbers of bird species and populations found in Fountain Creek Regional Park during the height of spring migration. $5 per participant. Reservations required by phone or on-line.

May 13: Free Pound Class at Athleta| 8:30-9:30am Athleta and Gold’s Gym are partnering up to offer Pound, a fast paced, fun workout involving drumming and cardio! Come visit us and workout like a rockstar! FREE

May 13: Young Chautauqua Experience| 10am-12pm Young Chautauqua brings history to life for students and their audiences. Join students from Eagleview Middle School and Manitou Middle School as they educate and entertain with an authentic, first-person portrayal of their chosen character. This presentation is free and open to the public! FREE

May 13: 3rd Annual Ice, Camera, Action Ice Show| 1-2:30pm Join us at The Cadet Ice Arena as our very own local ice skaters perform choreographed programs to music, spotlights and all! Kids from 2 to 17 will show off their skills they have learned in this past year. Guest skater Elise Freezer, National Juvenile pewter medalist, will also be here. Please join us as we celebrate our skaters. Tickets purchased prior to show day are $5 and on show day $6. 

May 13: Treat Yourself Mother’s Day Fair| 10-1pm Over 40 local businesses will pamper mothers with massages, chocolates, crafts, bath bombs, clothes, candles, and much more! The first 50 mothers in the door will receive swag bags filled with goodies. Plus, enter to win free raffle prizes, and more. FREE

May 13: Michael’s Kids Club | 10am-12pm They make a Mother’s Day card, you shop! $2 per child

May 16:  Tuesdays for Toddlers and Preschoolers: Music and Crafts | 9:30am TODDLERS + PRESCHOOLERS, plus your parents are welcome to join the Old School Bakery in the Ivywild School gym for a weekly activity!  Stick around after the class for FREE gorilla bread with the purchase of any beverage, plus enjoy extended Coffee Happy Hour with $1 off espresso drinks, 1/2 off mocktails and FREE kids vanilla steamers.FREE

May 17: Children’s History Hour (ages 2-6) | 10:30am Colorado Springs is home to Fort Carson, Peterson Air Force Base, the Air Force Academy, and more. The military is part of our story as a community. We will read “The Wishing Tree,” a story about a young girl who’s dad is deployed. We’ll also learn the stories of two military figures from local history, William Jackson Palmer, and Zebulon Pike. Finally, let’s make our own wishing tree to share our wishes for our families and friends! Donations welcome! Families are encouraged to RSVP online at cspm.org or by calling 719-385-5990. REGISTRATION REQUIRED. 

May 20: Run to the Shrine|7:30-11am The annual Run to the Shrine fundraiser is the ONLY day of the year foot traffic is allowed on the breathtaking road to the Will Rogers Shrine of the Sun. This year’s event will feature a new 4-mile course on Saturday, May 20, 2017, and all proceeds benefit Cheyenne Mountain Zoo. The NEW 4-mile run/walk course is chip timed, winding through the Zoo with mountain goats, giraffes and elephants lining the course. It is a great route for competitive athletes, weekend warriors, casual walkers and families of all ages. Jogging strollers with safety equipment are welcome! Run to the Shrine registration includes Zoo admission for the rest of the day (up to $19 value!), a commemorative performance T-shirt featuring Yazhi, our Rocky Mountain goat and a post-event party at the Zoo’s Lodge at Moose Lake. All proceeds help feed and care for Cheyenne Mountain Zoo’s 750 animals. Since the Zoo doesn’t receive any tax support, community events like Run to the Shrine help keep the zoo “running.”
For all the details, visit www.cmzoo.org/run.

May 20: Michael’s Kids Club | 10am-12pm They make a Family Terrarium, you shop! $2 per child

May 24: Nature Explorers: Cougars and Coyotes 9-10:30am Children, ages 3-6 with an adult, will enjoy hands-on activities, puppet shows or stories, crafts, and a hike. Reservations required by phone or on-line. $3 per person including adults & siblings.

May 24: Picnic-N-Planes 9:30-12:30pm Do you like watching the Thunderbirds flyover for the Air force Academy’s Graduation? Have trouble finding a place to watch them that has a great view and is safe and comfortable? Look no more! The Western Museum of Mining is honored to be the Academy’s neighbor…and lucky too! Here is why: The Mining Museum is the perfect place to watch the amazing aerial acrobatics of the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds as they fly for the Air Force Academy’s graduation. Bring and enjoy a picnic lunch by our spring fed ponds and flowering meadow as you experience the mighty Thunderbirds soar over you! The Thunderbird’s demonstration will take place between 9:30am and 12:30pm. Come early, set up your family picnic, and enjoy the show! Admission to the grounds only for this event will be $5.00 per vehicle. Regular museum admission applies for those interested in seeing the museum afterwards.

May 25: Little Wonders Class @ Bear Creek Nature Center  | 9-10:15am This class is for 2-3 year olds.  Typical class includes short hike and activities around a theme. This month’s theme is Wide Mouthed Frog. $3 per person (including siblings and parents) REGISTRATION REQUIRED.

May 27: Michael’s Kids Club | 10am-12pm They make Patriotic Cookies, you shop! $2 per child

May 27: Children’s History Hour (ages 7-10)| 10:30am Colorado Springs is home to Fort Carson, Peterson Air Force Base, the Air Force Academy, and more. The military is part of our story as a community. We will read “The Wishing Tree,” a story about a young girl who’s dad is deployed. We’ll also learn the stories of two military figures from local history, William Jackson Palmer, and Zebulon Pike. Finally, let’s make our own wishing tree to share our wishes for our families and friends! Donations welcome! Families are encouraged to RSVP online at cspm.org or by calling 719-385-5990. REGISTRATION REQUIRED.

May 27-29: 42nd Annual Territory Days | Times vary The historic district on Colorado Avenue between 23rd Street and 27th Street will come alive with live music, food, fun and entertainment for the entire family. One of the state’s largest craft vendor fairs is highlighted with features including pony rides, kids play area, petting zoo, mechanical bull, toy train rides, gold panning, wild west gunfight re-enactments, live blacksmithing, period costumed characters, live birds of prey, native American dancers, quick draw competition, and two beer gardens with live music running all three days.

May 27-29: 42nd Annual Territory Days | Times vary The historic district on Colorado Avenue between 23rd Street and 27th Street will come alive with live music, food, fun and entertainment for the entire family. One of the state’s largest craft vendor fairs is highlighted with features including pony rides, kids play area, petting zoo, mechanical bull, toy train rides, gold panning, wild west gunfight re-enactments, live blacksmithing, period costumed characters, live birds of prey, native American dancers, quick draw competition, and two beer gardens with live music running all three days.

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

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

May 6: Michael’s Kids Club | 10am-12pm They make a Mother’s Day frame, you shop! $2 per child

May 13: Spring Bird Count at Fountain Creek| 7-11am Beginning to advanced birders count and record the numbers of bird species and populations found in Fountain Creek Regional Park during the height of spring migration. $5 per participant. Reservations required by phone or on-line.

May 20: Run to the Shrine| 7:30-11am The annual Run to the Shrine fundraiser is the ONLY day of the year foot traffic is allowed on the breathtaking road to the Will Rogers Shrine of the Sun. This year’s event will feature a new 4-mile course on Saturday, May 20, 2017, and all proceeds benefit Cheyenne Mountain Zoo. The NEW 4-mile run/walk course is chip timed, winding through the Zoo with mountain goats, giraffes and elephants lining the course. It is a great route for competitive athletes, weekend warriors, casual walkers and families of all ages. Jogging strollers with safety equipment are welcome! Run to the Shrine registration includes Zoo admission for the rest of the day (up to $19 value!), a commemorative performance T-shirt featuring Yazhi, our Rocky Mountain goat and a post-event party at the Zoo’s Lodge at Moose Lake. All proceeds help feed and care for Cheyenne Mountain Zoo’s 750 animals. Since the Zoo doesn’t receive any tax support, community events like Run to the Shrine help keep the zoo “running.”
For all the details, visit www.cmzoo.org/run.

May 24: Picnic-N-Planes 9:30-12:30pm Do you like watching the Thunderbirds flyover for the Air force Academy’s Graduation? Have trouble finding a place to watch them that has a great view and is safe and comfortable? Look no more! The Western Museum of Mining is honored to be the Academy’s neighbor…and lucky too! Here is why: The Mining Museum is the perfect place to watch the amazing aerial acrobatics of the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds as they fly for the Air Force Academy’s graduation. Bring and enjoy a picnic lunch by our spring fed ponds and flowering meadow as you experience the mighty Thunderbirds soar over you! The Thunderbird’s demonstration will take place between 9:30am and 12:30pm. Come early, set up your family picnic, and enjoy the show! Admission to the grounds only for this event will be $5.00 per vehicle. Regular museum admission applies for those interested in seeing the museum afterwards.

May 27-29: 42nd Annual Territory Days | Times vary The historic district on Colorado Avenue between 23rd Street and 27th Street will come alive with live music, food, fun and entertainment for the entire family. One of the state’s largest craft vendor fairs is highlighted with features including pony rides, kids play area, petting zoo, mechanical bull, toy train rides, gold panning, wild west gunfight re-enactments, live blacksmithing, period costumed characters, live birds of prey, native American dancers, quick draw competition, and two beer gardens with live music running all three days.

 

May 1: Family Star Party |7:30pm A free family stargazing and astronomy event. The Colorado Springs Astronomical Society will be in attendance with telescopes and education about the night sky. All ages welcome. Weather dependent. Held in the parking lot at the Garden of the Gods Visitor and Nature Center. FREE

May 4: Nature Adventures: Owl-ology |9:00 am10:30am 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.

May 6: Fountain Creek Family Fun Day |10am-2pm Explore over 20 outdoor activity stations including puppet shows, dinosaur fossils, bug sweeps, kite making, fly casting demos and more. Free slice of pizza for all participants. FREE to active duty military families with I.D. No reservations required. $5/member, $6/nonmember.

May 12: Twos and Threes Outdoors: Water Wizards | 10-11:15am Share the joy of your 2 or 3 year-old child’s discovery as he or she enjoys a story and an exploration hike outdoors. Reservations required by phone or on-line. Cost is $3 per participant(including adults and siblings).

May 12: Kids Quarterly: Water & Fire Kids’ Night Out| 5:30-9pm Drop your kids off at Bear Creek for an evening of hiking, nature exploring and adventuring. Grades 1-5. Dinner provided!  Cost is $15/member child, $20/non-member child. RESERVATIONS REQUIRED. 

May 20: Run to the Shrine|7:30-11am The annual Run to the Shrine fundraiser is the ONLY day of the year foot traffic is allowed on the breathtaking road to the Will Rogers Shrine of the Sun. This year’s event will feature a new 4-mile course on Saturday, May 20, 2017, and all proceeds benefit Cheyenne Mountain Zoo. The NEW 4-mile run/walk course is chip timed, winding through the Zoo with mountain goats, giraffes and elephants lining the course. It is a great route for competitive athletes, weekend warriors, casual walkers and families of all ages. Jogging strollers with safety equipment are welcome! Run to the Shrine registration includes Zoo admission for the rest of the day (up to $19 value!), a commemorative performance T-shirt featuring Yazhi, our Rocky Mountain goat and a post-event party at the Zoo’s Lodge at Moose Lake. All proceeds help feed and care for Cheyenne Mountain Zoo’s 750 animals. Since the Zoo doesn’t receive any tax support, community events like Run to the Shrine help keep the zoo “running.”For all the details, visit www.cmzoo.org/run.

May 24: Nature Explorers: Cougars and Coyotes |9-10:30am Children, ages 3-6 with an adult, will enjoy hands-on activities, puppet shows or stories, crafts, and a hike. Reservations required by phone or on-line. $3 per person including adults & siblings.

May 24: Picnic-N-Planes |9:30-12:30pm Do you like watching the Thunderbirds flyover for the Air force Academy’s Graduation? Have trouble finding a place to watch them that has a great view and is safe and comfortable? Look no more! The Western Museum of Mining is honored to be the Academy’s neighbor…and lucky too! Here is why: The Mining Museum is the perfect place to watch the amazing aerial acrobatics of the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds as they fly for the Air Force Academy’s graduation. Bring and enjoy a picnic lunch by our spring fed ponds and flowering meadow as you experience the mighty Thunderbirds soar over you! The Thunderbird’s demonstration will take place between 9:30am and 12:30pm. Come early, set up your family picnic, and enjoy the show! Admission to the grounds only for this event will be $5.00 per vehicle. Regular museum admission applies for those interested in seeing the museum afterwards.

May 25: Little Wonders Class @ Bear Creek Nature Center  | 9-10:15am This class is for 2-3 year olds.  Typical class includes short hike and activities around a theme. This month’s theme is Wide Mouthed Frog. $3 per person (including siblings and parents) REGISTRATION REQUIRED.

May 27-29: 42nd Annual Territory Days | Times vary The historic district on Colorado Avenue between 23rd Street and 27th Street will come alive with live music, food, fun and entertainment for the entire family. One of the state’s largest craft vendor fairs is highlighted with features including pony rides, kids play area, petting zoo, mechanical bull, toy train rides, gold panning, wild west gunfight re-enactments, live blacksmithing, period costumed characters, live birds of prey, native American dancers, quick draw competition, and two beer gardens with live music running all three days.

May 6: Michael’s Kids Club | 10am-12pm They make a Mother’s Day frame, you shop! $2 per child

May 6: Bock, Bock, Book |11am-12pIn celebration of Children’s Book Week, we will have a special Saturday Storytime at High Prairie Library. Join us for chicken stories and rhymes, a joke or two, and a visit from some real-live chickens!FREE

May 13: Michael’s Kids Club | 10am-12pm They make a Mother’s Day card, you shop! $2 per child

May 13: Young Chautauqua Experience| 10am-12pm Young Chautauqua brings history to life for students and their audiences. Join students from Eagleview Middle School and Manitou Middle School as they educate and entertain with an authentic, first-person portrayal of their chosen character. This presentation is free and open to the public! FREE

May 13: 3rd Annual Ice, Camera, Action Ice Show| 1-2:30pm Join us at The Cadet Ice Arena as our very own local ice skaters perform choreographed programs to music, spotlights and all! Kids from 2 to 17 will show off their skills they have learned in this past year. Guest skater Elise Freezer, National Juvenile pewter medalist, will also be here. Please join us as we celebrate our skaters. Tickets purchased prior to show day are $5 and on show day $6. 

May 16:  Tuesdays for Toddlers and Preschoolers: Music and Crafts | 9:30am TODDLERS + PRESCHOOLERS, plus your parents are welcome to join the Old School Bakery in the Ivywild School gym for a weekly activity!  Stick around after the class for FREE gorilla bread with the purchase of any beverage, plus enjoy extended Coffee Happy Hour with $1 off espresso drinks, 1/2 off mocktails and FREE kids vanilla steamers.FREE

May 20: Michael’s Kids Club | 10am-12pm They make a Family Terrarium, you shop! $2 per child

May 27: Michael’s Kids Club | 10am-12pm They make Patriotic Cookies, you shop! $2 per child

 

May 6: Bloom :: An Event for New and Expecting Moms 2017 |10am-12:30pm Whether you’re expecting for the first or third time, have a newborn at home or are working your way through the toddler years and thinking of expanding your family in the future, this Mother’s Day event is for you. Every guest will leave with a bag stuffed to the brim with swag, meet and chat with other moms, enjoy lunch, enter some fabulous giveaways and receive introductions to local experts on topics pertaining to parenting.$15 TICKETS AVAILABLE HERE

May 13: Free Pound Class at Athleta| 8:30-9:30am Athleta and Gold’s Gym are partnering up to offer Pound, a fast paced, fun workout involving drumming and cardio! Come visit us and workout like a rockstar! FREE

May 13: Treat Yourself Mother’s Day Fair| 10-1pm Over 40 local businesses will pamper mothers with massages, chocolates, crafts, bath bombs, clothes, candles, and much more! The first 50 mothers in the door will receive swag bags filled with goodies. Plus, enter to win free raffle prizes, and more. FREE
 
May 16: Author Talk- Dr. David Clarke “Honey, We Need to Talk”| 9:30am Come listen live, and get your deepest questions about your spouse answered as Jim Daly and John Fuller interview David on his new book, Honey We Need to Talk, regarding how you can increase the emotional, spiritual and physical intimacy in your marriage through communication. The first 25 people in attendance will receive a copy of David’s book. Free coffee and pastries for all. Bring your friends! Call now to reserve your seat: (719) 534-3400 ext. 1907
 
May 20: Run to the Shrine|7:30-11am The annual Run to the Shrine fundraiser is the ONLY day of the year foot traffic is allowed on the breathtaking road to the Will Rogers Shrine of the Sun. This year’s event will feature a new 4-mile course on Saturday, May 20, 2017, and all proceeds benefit Cheyenne Mountain Zoo. The NEW 4-mile run/walk course is chip timed, winding through the Zoo with mountain goats, giraffes and elephants lining the course. It is a great route for competitive athletes, weekend warriors, casual walkers and families of all ages. Jogging strollers with safety equipment are welcome! Run to the Shrine registration includes Zoo admission for the rest of the day (up to $19 value!), a commemorative performance T-shirt featuring Yazhi, our Rocky Mountain goat and a post-event party at the Zoo’s Lodge at Moose Lake. All proceeds help feed and care for Cheyenne Mountain Zoo’s 750 animals. Since the Zoo doesn’t receive any tax support, community events like Run to the Shrine help keep the zoo “running.” For all the details, visit www.cmzoo.org/run.

 

2017 Guide to Summer Camps

2017 Colorado Springs Guide to Fitness, Health and Wellness

Saying “Me Too”

me too

Our Family Favorite Hikes in Colorado Springs

A Local's Guide to Garden of the Gods

, , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Comments are closed.
HTML Snippets Powered By : XYZScripts.com