The Colorado Springs Moms Guide to June 2017

colorado springs guide june

Mamas, we made it through another school year! I don’t know about anyone else, but I am in total planning mode for summer with my kiddos.  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!  Even after living here for years I didn’t know about half of these. 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 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!

June 1: Nature Adventures: Ants on Parade |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

June 3: Southern Colorado Kids Fun Fest |10am-2pm Join Rocky Mountain PBS in celebrating the opening of the Uncle Wilbur Fountain with live entertainment, Character appearances, and over 50 engaging and educational booths! FREE

June 3: Free Youth Fishing Derby|9:30am-12pm Celebrate Colorado’s Free Fishing Day at Willow Springs Ponds with a fun fishing derby for children ages 5 to 15. Enjoy the fun of fishing, prizes, and hot dogs grilled by Commissioner Longinos Gonzalez, Jr. Prizes will be awarded to children ages 5 to 15 for biggest fish, smallest fish and other categories.FREE

June 3: Swim Into Summer |8:30-10:30am Join Athleta for a free Pure Barre Class followed by refreshments and a swim fit session! FREE

June 3: Michael’s Kids Club | 10am-12pm They make a SPROUT Flip Book, you shop! $2 per child

June 8: Twos and Threes Outdoors: Reptile Roundup | 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).

June 9: Weekend Warm-Up | 2-4pm The museum is commemorating the 100th anniversary of WWI through our new exhibit “Promoting Patriotism: WWI in Colorado Springs”. The exhibit features propaganda posters with powerful messages. Families will explore posters, paintings, and other images throughout the museum to learn about the role of images in understanding the past. With inspiration from the museum, create your own pictures to tell a story or share a message about your family or community.  Families are encouraged to RSVP online at cspm.org or by calling 719-385-5990. Donations welcome!

June 10: Pollinator Festival | 10am-3pm Join us at Bear Creek for a day of learning about and celebrating the many beneficial pollinators that share our planet! Festivities will include crafts, hikes, plant sale & pollinator-themed art show. $5 per member, $6 per nonmember.

June 10: 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

June 10: Michael’s Kids Club | 10am-12pm They make Play-Doh Ice Cream, you shop! $2 per child

June 11:  Pilates and Yoga at the Tower | 9:30-10:30am Outdoor Pilates and Yoga combo class sponsored by Athleta, with Whole Living Pilates, and Sara Johnson for yoga. Bring a mat, water, and a friend! Find us at the Tower at the southwest corner of the mall! FREE

June 11: Springs Spree | 10am-7pm The 40th Anniversary of Springs Spree is going to be an exciting day of fun, food, music adventure and outdoor live that makes Colorado Springs one of the most incredible places to live!  Springs Spree has always been a LOCAL festival above all else, and we are continuing to celebrate our local roots by beginning a new chapter that will go as far as you’ll go with us. By moving the event to America The Beautiful Park, we have an incredible view of Pikes Peak that will be our companion for the entire day.  Springs Spree is the Pikes Peak Region’s premier FREE community and music festival just minutes from downtown Colorado Springs.  Featuring entertainment throughout the park, Springs Spree will feature dozens of local artists of all kind entertaining you all day long. FREE

June 14: Free Nature Storytime | 2-3pm Join a staff member from the Pikes Peak Library District for a special nature storytime and craft. Learn about summer reading programs. FREE

June 16: Weekend Warm-Up | 2-4pm In 1878, Professor James H. Kerr of Colorado College discovered a dinosaur skull of a Camptosaurus dinosaur in Garden of the Gods. Learn about this fascinating species and discovery. Then try your hand at digging up dinos and making a paleontology craft. Donations welcome! Families are encouraged to RSVP online at cspm.org or by calling 719-385-5990.

June 16-18: Pikes Peak Celtic Festival | The Festival field will be filled with the sound of Bagpipes, the smell of fish & chips, the sight of world champion Irish dancers, and events/activities for every age. Come out to see the massed bagpipe bands of the Western United States Pipe Band Association. Come see world renowned Celtic Rock groups. See and learn tradition Irish and Highland dancing.  Taste the best in Irish and Scottish cuisine. Ticket prices vary.

June 17: Forests and Families | 10-11:30am Take an interactive walk and talk along developed trails at Fountain Creek Nature Center with a real forester to look at native cottonwood and willow dominated ecosystems; explore the roll of invasive species like Siberian elm within these ecosystems. Bring your questions and sunhat! $3 per member, $4 per nonmember. 

June 17: Michael’s Kids Club | 10am-12pm They make a Father’s Day frame, you shop! $2 per child

June 17: Children’s History Hour | 10-11:30am The Pikes Peak Region has a proud history of involvement in the Soap Box Derby! In 1946, Colorado Springs held it’s first “All-American Soap Box Derby” on a 1,000 foot Costilla Street course lined with 3,000 spectators. We’ll read “Curious George: Boxcar Derby,” check out a soap box car from our collection, and race our own miniature cars. Donations welcome! Families are encouraged to RSVP online at cspm.org or by calling 719-385-5990.

June 18: Pikes Peak Celtic Festival 10am-4pm The Festival field will be filled with the sound of Bagpipes, the smell of fish & chips, the sight of world champion Irish dancers, and events/activities for every age. Come out to see the massed bagpipe bands of the Western United States Pipe Band Association. Come see world renowned Celtic Rock groups. See and learn tradition Irish and Highland dancing.  Taste the best in Irish and Scottish cuisine. Ticket prices vary.

June 19: Brownies and Board Games | 4-5pJoin us at the High Prarie library to 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

June 20: Summer Solstice at the Garden | 5-7pm This awesome event is a great way to celebrate the start of summer! Join us at 5 for a pop-up spin class by Joule Studio, and to visit with local vendors and community partners! The main event is yoga at 6pm hosted by Life Time Fitness! RSVP at SolsticeAtTheGarden.eventbrite.com FREE

June 21: Colorado Springs Western Street Breakfast | 5:30-9am Events will include: Pikes Peak Range Riders depart at 8:00 AM, Kiddie Dress-Up Review Immediately following Flying W Wranglers, Sweetwater – Native American Hoop Dancers, appearances by Girl of the West and Aide to the Girl of the West, Kids Corral with fun activities, Trick Roper, and more, performances by the Colorado Springs Conservatory. $5.00 gets you a delicious breakfast of pancakes, scrambled eggs, milk, juice, and coffee! (Kids five and under eat for free!)

June 21: Children’s History Hour | 10:30-11:30am The Pikes Peak Region has a proud history of involvement in the Soap Box Derby! In 1946, Colorado Springs held it’s first “All-American Soap Box Derby” on a 1,000 foot Costilla Street course lined with 3,000 spectators. We’ll read “Curious George: Boxcar Derby,” check out a soap box car from our collection, and race our own miniature cars. Donations welcome! Families are encouraged to RSVP online at cspm.org or by calling 719-385-5990. FREE

June 23: 2017 Broadmoor Pikes Peak Hill Climb Fan Fest | 5-7pm Don’t miss the 2017 Broadmoor Pikes Peak International Hill Climb Fan Fest. Come see your favorite competitors as they prepare to take on Pikes Peak-America’s Mountain. Entertainment includes motorcycle exhibitions, vendor booths, Beer Garden and Fire Fighter Chili Cook-off. FREE

June 24: Crawdad Fishing | 10-11:30am After a brief introduction to our “freshwater lobsters,” we’ll hike or caravan to a nearby pond to catch and release crawdads. Supplies provided. $4 per member, $5 per nonmember.

June 24: Michael’s Kids Club | 10am-12pm They make Morph Sea Creatures, you shop! $2 per child

June 25: Athleta Outdoor Workout with D1 | 9:30-10:30am Come try out a boot camp style workout with an awesome trainer from D1! FREE

June 28: Nature Explorers: Nocturnal Nature | 9-10:15am Children, ages 4-5 with an adult, will enjoy hands-on activities, puppet shows or stories, crafts, and a hike. $3 per person including adults & siblings. Reservations required by phone or on-line.

June 29: Little Wonders: Tiny Tadpoles | 2-3pm Discover the world of nature with your 2-3 year-old. Interactive activities and a short hike make this the perfect introduction to the outdoors for your child. Child must be accompanied by an adult. $3 per person including adults & siblings. Reservations required by phone or on-line.

June 29: Moonlight on the Mountain | 6-10pm This annual mixer is one of Cheyenne Mountain Zoo’s adult-only evening events and will be held on Thursday, June 29, 2017. Local musicians will set the mood throughout the Zoo and have guests dancing the night away while sipping unlimited samples of beer, wine, spirits and soft drinks, as well as delicious eats from area restaurants. Attendance is restricted to adults 21 and over, and will go on rain or shine! Ticket prices vary. For all the details, visit http://www.cmzoo.org/moonlight

June 30: Weekend Warm-Up: The Story of Us | 2-4pm The Pikes Peak Region has a proud history of involvement in the Soap Box Derby! In 1946, Colorado Springs held it’s first “All-American Soap Box Derby” on a 1,000 foot Costilla Street course lined with 3,000 spectators. We’ll read “Curious George: Boxcar Derby,” check out a soap box car from our collection, and race our own miniature cars. Donations welcome! Families are encouraged to RSVP online at cspm.org or by calling 719-385-5990. FREE

 

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

June 3: Southern Colorado Kids Fun Fest |10am-2pm Join Rocky Mountain PBS in celebrating the opening of the Uncle Wilbur Fountain with live entertainment, Character appearances, and over 50 engaging and educational booths! FREE

June 3: Free Youth Fishing Derby|9:30am-12pm Celebrate Colorado’s Free Fishing Day at Willow Springs Ponds with a fun fishing derby for children ages 5 to 15. Enjoy the fun of fishing, prizes, and hot dogs grilled by Commissioner Longinos Gonzalez, Jr. Prizes will be awarded to children ages 5 to 15 for biggest fish, smallest fish and other categories.FREE

June 6-July 29: Sensing History| Tuesday-Saturday 10:30am-3:30pm It’s the time of year to begin planning your summer adventures! Add the museum to your calendar! Families are encouraged to stop in any day throughout the summer to engage with local history through their five senses. In this self-guided experience Junior Docents (6th-12th grade) share objects and stories in select galleries at our Hands on History stations. There is also a craft “make-and-take” experience! Donations welcome! Groups: Please make a reservation at least two weeks in advance of your visit at cspm.org or by calling 719-385-5990.FREE

June 10: Pollinator Festival | 10am-3pm Join us at Bear Creek for a day of learning about and celebrating the many beneficial pollinators that share our planet! Festivities will include crafts, hikes, plant sale & pollinator-themed art show. $5 per member, $6 per nonmember.

June 11: Springs Spree | 10am-7pm The 40th Anniversary of Springs Spree is going to be an exciting day of fun, food, music adventure and outdoor live that makes Colorado Springs one of the most incredible places to live!  Springs Spree has always been a LOCAL festival above all else, and we are continuing to celebrate our local roots by beginning a new chapter that will go as far as you’ll go with us. By moving the event to America The Beautiful Park, we have an incredible view of Pikes Peak that will be our companion for the entire day.  Springs Spree is the Pikes Peak Region’s premier FREE community and music festival just minutes from downtown Colorado Springs.  Featuring entertainment throughout the park, Springs Spree will feature dozens of local artists of all kind entertaining you all day long. FREE

June 17: Michael’s Kids Club | 10am-12pm They make a Father’s Day frame, you shop! $2 per child

June 20: Summer Solstice at the Garden | 5-7pm This awesome event is a great way to celebrate the start of summer! Join us at 5 for a pop-up spin class by Joule Studio, and to visit with local vendors and community partners! The main event is yoga at 6pm hosted by Life Time Fitness! RSVP at SolsticeAtTheGarden.eventbrite.com FREE

June 21: Colorado Springs Western Street Breakfast | 5:30-9am Events will include: Pikes Peak Range Riders depart at 8:00 AM, Kiddie Dress-Up Review Immediately following Flying W Wranglers, Sweetwater – Native American Hoop Dancers, appearances by Girl of the West and Aide to the Girl of the West, Kids Corral with fun activities, Trick Roper, and more, performances by the Colorado Springs Conservatory. $5.00 gets you a delicious breakfast of pancakes, scrambled eggs, milk, juice, and coffee! (Kids five and under eat for free!)

June 23: 2017 Broadmoor Pikes Peak Hill Climb Fan Fest | 5-7pm Don’t miss the 2017 Broadmoor Pikes Peak International Hill Climb Fan Fest. Come see your favorite competitors as they prepare to take on Pikes Peak-America’s Mountain. Entertainment includes motorcycle exhibitions, vendor booths, Beer Garden and Fire Fighter Chili Cook-off. FREE

June 1: Nature Adventures: Ants on Parade |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

June 3: Free Youth Fishing Derby|9:30am-12pm Celebrate Colorado’s Free Fishing Day at Willow Springs Ponds with a fun fishing derby for children ages 5 to 15. Enjoy the fun of fishing, prizes, and hot dogs grilled by Commissioner Longinos Gonzalez, Jr. Prizes will be awarded to children ages 5 to 15 for biggest fish, smallest fish and other categories.FREE

June 8: Twos and Threes Outdoors: Reptile Roundup | 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).

June 10: Pollinator Festival | 10am-3pm Join us at Bear Creek for a day of learning about and celebrating the many beneficial pollinators that share our planet! Festivities will include crafts, hikes, plant sale & pollinator-themed art show. $5 per member, $6 per nonmember.

June 11: Springs Spree | 10am-7pm The 40th Anniversary of Springs Spree is going to be an exciting day of fun, food, music adventure and outdoor live that makes Colorado Springs one of the most incredible places to live!  Springs Spree has always been a LOCAL festival above all else, and we are continuing to celebrate our local roots by beginning a new chapter that will go as far as you’ll go with us. By moving the event to America The Beautiful Park, we have an incredible view of Pikes Peak that will be our companion for the entire day.  Springs Spree is the Pikes Peak Region’s premier FREE community and music festival just minutes from downtown Colorado Springs.  Featuring entertainment throughout the park, Springs Spree will feature dozens of local artists of all kind entertaining you all day long. FREE

June 17: Forests and Families |10-11:30am Take an interactive walk and talk along developed trails at Fountain Creek Nature Center with a real forester to look at native cottonwood and willow dominated ecosystems; explore the roll of invasive species like Siberian elm within these ecosystems. Bring your questions and sunhat! $3 per member, $4 per nonmember. 

June 24: Crawdad Fishing | 10-11:30am After a brief introduction to our “freshwater lobsters,” we’ll hike or caravan to a nearby pond to catch and release crawdads. Supplies provided. $4 per member, $5 per nonmember.

June 28: Nature Explorers: Nocturnal Nature  | 9-10:15am Children, ages 4-5 with an adult, will enjoy hands-on activities, puppet shows or stories, crafts, and a hike. $3 per person including adults & siblings. Reservations required by phone or on-line.

June 29: Little Wonders: Tiny Tadpoles | 2-3pm Discover the world of nature with your 2-3 year-old. Interactive activities and a short hike make this the perfect introduction to the outdoors for your child. Child must be accompanied by an adult. $3 per person including adults & siblings. Reservations required by phone or on-line.

June 3: Michael’s Kids Club | 10am-12pm They make a SPROUT Flip Book, you shop! $2 per child

June 6-July 29: Sensing History| Tuesday-Saturday 10:30am-3:30pm It’s the time of year to begin planning your summer adventures! Add the museum to your calendar! Families are encouraged to stop in any day throughout the summer to engage with local history through their five senses. In this self-guided experience Junior Docents (6th-12th grade) share objects and stories in select galleries at our Hands on History stations. There is also a craft “make-and-take” experience! Donations welcome! Groups: Please make a reservation at least two weeks in advance of your visit at cspm.org or by calling 719-385-5990.FREE

June 9: Weekend Warm-Up | 2-4pm The museum is commemorating the 100th anniversary of WWI through our new exhibit “Promoting Patriotism: WWI in Colorado Springs”. The exhibit features propaganda posters with powerful messages. Families will explore posters, paintings, and other images throughout the museum to learn about the role of images in understanding the past. With inspiration from the museum, create your own pictures to tell a story or share a message about your family or community.  Families are encouraged to RSVP online at cspm.org or by calling 719-385-5990. Donations welcome!

June 10: Michael’s Kids Club | 10am-12pm They make Play-Doh Ice Cream, you shop! $2 per child

June 16: Weekend Warm-Up |2-4pm In 1878, Professor James H. Kerr of Colorado College discovered a dinosaur skull of a Camptosaurus dinosaur in Garden of the Gods. Learn about this fascinating species and discovery. Then try your hand at digging up dinos and making a paleontology craft.Donations welcome! Families are encouraged to RSVP online at cspm.org or by calling 719-385-5990.

June 17: Michael’s Kids Club | 10am-12pm They make a Father’s Day frame, you shop! $2 per child

June 17: Children’s History Hour |10-11:30am The Pikes Peak Region has a proud history of involvement in the Soap Box Derby! In 1946, Colorado Springs held it’s first “All-American Soap Box Derby” on a 1,000 foot Costilla Street course lined with 3,000 spectators. We’ll read “Curious George: Boxcar Derby,” check out a soap box car from our collection, and race our own miniature cars.Donations welcome! Families are encouraged to RSVP online at cspm.org or by calling 719-385-5990.

June 19: Brownies and Board Games | 4-5pJoin us at the High Prarie library to 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

June 21: Children’s History Hour | 10:30-11:30am The Pikes Peak Region has a proud history of involvement in the Soap Box Derby! In 1946, Colorado Springs held it’s first “All-American Soap Box Derby” on a 1,000 foot Costilla Street course lined with 3,000 spectators. We’ll read “Curious George: Boxcar Derby,” check out a soap box car from our collection, and race our own miniature cars. Donations welcome! Families are encouraged to RSVP online at cspm.org or by calling 719-385-5990. FREE

June 24: Michael’s Kids Club | 10am-12pm They make Morph Sea Creatures, you shop! $2 per child

June 30: Weekend Warm-Up: The Story of Us | 2-4pm The Pikes Peak Region has a proud history of involvement in the Soap Box Derby! In 1946, Colorado Springs held it’s first “All-American Soap Box Derby” on a 1,000 foot Costilla Street course lined with 3,000 spectators. We’ll read “Curious George: Boxcar Derby,” check out a soap box car from our collection, and race our own miniature cars. Donations welcome! Families are encouraged to RSVP online at cspm.org or by calling 719-385-5990. FREE

June 3: Swim Into Summer |8:30-10:30am Join Athleta for a free Pure Barre Class followed by refreshments and a swim fit session! FREE

June 11:  Pilates and Yoga at the Tower | 9:30-10:30am Outdoor Pilates and Yoga combo class sponsored by Athleta, with Whole Living Pilates, and Sara Johnson for yoga. Bring a mat, water, and a friend! Find us at the Tower at the southwest corner of the mall! FREE

June 20: Summer Solstice at the Garden | 5-7pm This awesome event is a great way to celebrate the start of summer! Join us at 5 for a pop-up spin class by Joule Studio, and to visit with local vendors and community partners! The main event is yoga at 6pm hosted by Life Time Fitness! RSVP at SolsticeAtTheGarden.eventbrite.com FREE

June 23: 2017 Broadmoor Pikes Peak Hill Climb Fan Fest | 5-7pm Don’t miss the 2017 Broadmoor Pikes Peak International Hill Climb Fan Fest. Come see your favorite competitors as they prepare to take on Pikes Peak-America’s Mountain. Entertainment includes motorcycle exhibitions, vendor booths, Beer Garden and Fire Fighter Chili Cook-off. FREE

June 25: Athleta Outdoor Workout with D1 | 9:30-10:30am Come try out a boot camp style workout with an awesome trainer from D1! FREE

June 29: Moonlight on the Mountain | 6-10pm This annual mixer is one of Cheyenne Mountain Zoo’s adult-only evening events and will be held on Thursday, June 29, 2017. Local musicians will set the mood throughout the Zoo and have guests dancing the night away while sipping unlimited samples of beer, wine, spirits and soft drinks, as well as delicious eats from area restaurants. Attendance is restricted to adults 21 and over, and will go on rain or shine! Ticket prices vary. For all the details, visit http://www.cmzoo.org/moonlight

 

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