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Sep. 18th - Oct. 31st
This version of the Gothic classic tells the complete story of the romantic monster from the Carpathian Mountains near the Borgo Pass. The action is continuous and the excitement is nonstop after Van Helsing's entrance at the opening. The old professor has come to the aid of his friend and student, Dr. Seward, at Whitby Asylum in England. Mina Murray is suffering from a mysterious ailment which threatens to postpone her marriage to Jonathan Harker. Van Helsing has come fresh from scientific detective work in London investigating a frighteningly similar case. Very soon the beast joins them, and he is most serious about his plans for Mina. But the unholy vampire has met his final match in Van Helsing and friends.
Our hikes are usually at a moderate level/pace and last no more than 2 hours. When you first arrive, you will be greeted by your hiking guide who will lead the way down the trail to each scene location. Once you arrive at a scene location, you can sit back and relax and watch a scene from the production. Once the scene is complete, we all gather our things and hike to the next location.
Join educator Jeff Gonyea on Facebook Live! What can we see without a telescope?
View Waning Gibbous Moon, Big Dipper, Jupiter, and Saturn.
Proudly celebrating 5 years, Premier Skin Clinic is opening our doors for a fun, interactive evening for clients and their guests. With over $21,000 in prizes, you will NOT want to miss this event!
Attend to take advantage of promotions good for an ENTIRE YEAR!
We are offering an unheard of 20% off of most services to those who attend!
Visit with our trusted representatives from the products and services we offer.
Receive free skin assessments and consultations from the skin experts.
Bring a friend and receive even MORE benefits!
Mark your calendar now.
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No tickets necessary. Guests can learn more at: https://premierskinclinic.com/
*For your safety, this is an open air event. Our building opens up to outdoor patios, so we will keep the doors open to keep fresh air moving.
Sep. 24th - Oct. 9th
Band of Toughs theatre collaboratory (BoTs) puts a fresh spin on Shakespeare's As You Like It taking full advantage of the outdoor splendor of the Galleria in the Denver Performing Arts Complex. Band of Toughs promises an entirely outdoor, weather-protected, evening of theater and community. All with twinkling lights, s'mores, tasty beer and live music - plus intrigue and exile, idiotic infatuations, raucous rabble-rousers, and feisty lovers.
Saturday September 25th from 6pm to 8pm we will be using Nerf guns to play crazy fun games all around the Arena. We do have safety goggles that everyone will be required to wear and coaches will lead the session.
We will MAX OUT at 30 participants so sign up ahead of time.
Some of the AMAZING games we will be playing include: capture the flag, balloon target practice, relay races, and more!
We ask that you do not bring your own Nerf gun so please leave them at home. We have plenty for our participants to use!
Saturday 9/25/2021 from 9:30 -10:30 am in person or virtual show! University of Colorado ~ Duane Physics G1B30
Aerospace Engineering Professor Brian Argrow, presents "Games of Drones!" This show illuminates unmanned aircraft design. Students will explore concepts related to flight aerodynamics; drag, lift, and thrust by constructing their very own origami paper airplanes. Learn how drones are useful to gather useful scientific data that informs scientific teams about atmospheric dynamics, storm meteorology, clouds, climate change and more.
For over three decades, CU Wizards, a team of distinguished CU professors, have presented free, educational monthly programs for children and families interested in learning about STEM.
This year please join us either in-person or via live Zoom broadcasts.
For complete 2021-2022 schedule and ZOOM link, please visit: www.colorado.edu/cuwizards
Small Steps, Giant Leap: STEM Adventures for Little Space Explorers has been designed by the Space Foundation to engage early learners PreK-K from all backgrounds. Developed in partnership with Pikes Peak Library District (PPLD), the lessons and activities have been designed in alignment with Colorado's Early Childhood Care and Education Science and Reading/Writing Standards with a specific emphasis on space-inspired Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM).
9:30 AM - 10:30 AM
Oct. 6th - Nov. 10th
Join us for a six-week fire safety series designed for children ages 3 - 5. The playdates teach fire safety concepts: My friend the Firefighter, Crawl Low Under Smoke, Get Low, and "Go, Stop! Drop! and Roll!, Safe For Play! Keep Away!, and Meet a Real Firefighter. Reservations are required to ensure appropriate supplies. Sessions begin at 9 am. $7.00 per child per session. Email the museum's Education and Outreach Coordinator at email@example.com to make a reservation.
6-Week Sessions Start:
October 6, 2021
December 1, 2021
Welcome back to In-Person Homeschool Days at the Discovery Center! We invite all Homeschooling families and groups to join us the first Wednesday of each month as we bring your homeschooling students' Science Standards to life throughout the Discovery Center.
October 6th is our World Space Week celebration of Women in Space (and in the Space industry) AND the launch of NASA's Lucy Mission to Jupiter's Trojan Asteroids.
Join us for two special NASA speakers!
Live Virtual Presentations:
10:30a.m. Lucy Mission Expert presentation/Q&A
1:00p.m. Space Patch Expert presentation/Q&A
Throughout the day:
- Themed Science On a Sphere presentations on NASA's Lucy Mission & Women in Space
- Asteroid-themed Activities
Please note, some activities are first come, first served due to limited capacity. Activities subject to change.
Jefferson Center for Mental Health's Helping Kids Thrive event is back for a virtual conference! Sign up now for our FREE Helping Kids Thrive Conference and Wellness Fair, where you'll receive practical tools, tips, and tricks to help kids of all ages grow in positive ways.
This year, the event will run virtually on Wednesday, October 13, from 5:30-8:45 p.m. You will be able to participate in two live, 90-minute classes AND have access to all the recorded sessions after the event.
This year, we have a lineup classes including:
-Taming the Anxious Mind
-Caring for LGBTQ+
-Parenting During COVID
-and many more!
This conference fills up fast, so register today!
Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/helping-kids-thrive-2021-parent-conference-and-wellness-fair-tickets-169145904955
The Discovery Center is proud to bookend this year's Colorado Springs Cool Science Festival week with an all-day event at the Space Foundation Discovery Center. The long awaited NASA Webb Space Telescope is scheduled to launch later this year, and Discovery Center and Cool Science are celebrating this historic event with a day filled with Astronomy, Space, Science, a little History and even a peek into the Future!
Join us from 10am - 4pm at Space Foundation Discovery Center for:
Themed Science on a Sphere presentations about Webb Space Telescope and space exploration
Special presentation(s) by NASA Expert(s) about the Webb Space Telescope and it's mission
Astronomy: since Webb is a telescope, we'll have ours out with a solar filter to see our Sun with sun spot activity
Themed hands-on activities to spark your excitement about telescopes, astronomy, our solar system, and space
Robotic Missions to other worlds in which kids and families can participate
Space & Astronomy themed demonstrations on our Space Demo Cart
3D printed Webb Space Telescope giveaways and door prizes and more...