Things to Do in Colorado Springs This Weekend: Nov. 2-4, 2012
If you’re half as excited about the upcoming weekend as we are, then we encourage you to check out our quick summary below of the events/activities that will be happening this weekend here in Colorado Springs. Garden of the Gods Club Members can also take advantage of our weekly social events here at the Club, including Happy Hour (Friday, 4-6:30 pm), Seafood Night (Friday, 6-9 pm), and Prime Rib Night (Saturday, 6-9 pm). For additional ideas, check out www.peakradar.com or coloradosprings.com. If you are expecting any visitors this weekend, or if you’re a non-local planning to visit Colorado Springs yourself, also keep in mind that our spacious Lodge guest rooms make for a comfortable stay. Have a great weekend!
- Warren Miller’s Flow State — Friday & Saturday, 7:30 pm, Pikes Peak Center. From the PPC website: “This fall, immerse yourself in the Flow State with Warren Miller Entertainment and experience the ultimate winter from a lens of absolute clarity. The Flow State exists anywhere crisp winter air shocks your lungs, and sunlight refracts off snowflakes, allowing you to emerge from this state improved–happier, more confident, and more aware of your surroundings.” Tickets $21 each.
- All Colorado Beer Festival — Saturday, 1-4:30 pm and 6:30-10 pm, Freedom Financial Expo Center. Sample beers from dozens of breweries, including Boulder Beer, Bristol Brewing, Colorado Cider Co.. New Belgium Brewing, Pikes Peak Brewing, and Trinity Brewing. Afternoon entertainment will be provided by Andy Clifton & Company and Stu Pray. Andy Clifton and Company will continue performing live through the evening session. The All Colorado Beer Festival is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation established to operate beer festivals for the express purpose of raising funds for Colorado Springs area nonprofit organizations. In five years the ACBF has donated over $85,000.
- The Elaborate Entrance of Chad Deity — Friday, 7:30 pm, Saturday, 2 pm & 7:30 pm, Sunday, 4 pm, Theatreworks’ Dusty Loo Bon Vivant Theater. From Theatreworks’ website: “Showboating, powerbombs, and drop kicks light up this media spectacle, both a pro wrestling match and a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize. Really! This main event is unprecedented in theatre history, thrilling from first slam to final fall! Production sponsored by Nosh and Anheuser-Busch.” Tickets $35.