About this Event
Join us as we host interior designers, decorators, and over 100 dealers with unique vintage & antique goods, handmade treasures, clothing & jewelry, LIVE plants, and so much more!
Hungry?! Enjoy a great mix of food options including custom and vegan menus! Snag anything from a delicious wood-fired pizza to a delectable deep fried treat! Caramel apples, gourmet fudge and chocolates, delicious treats, and it doesn’t stop there!
Participate in one-of-a-kind shopping, giveaways, and so much more! Children 12 and under admitted free of charge!
The market is all indoors, so weather is not a factor! Come shop in comfort the most unique, one-of-a-kind shopping experience!
Service animals permitted according to state & federal regulations. Note: Tickets are non-transferable, non-refundable, and not replaceable.
On Saturday, June 5th, the museum will open early for a special presentation on the Battle of Midway. This one-hour event and follow-on flight demonstration will be held on the 79th anniversary of the epic air and sea battle that changed the course of the war in the Pacific. The presentation will begin at 9:00 am in the Westpac Restorations Hangar located on the museum campus.
This presentation will describe the three-pronged attack by Japanese forces that was designed to secure the eastern perimeter of Japan’s holdings in the Pacific and neutralize the United States as a naval power for the remainder of the war. The presenter will explore how U.S. forces were able to locate the Japanese Carrier Strike Force that was leading the attack and destroy it, causing Japan to withdraw its invasion force and go on the defensive for the remainder of the war.
The story of the Battle of Midway, and its broader implications, will be presented by John Lynch, a retired U.S. Navy Civil Engineer Corps Commander and long-time docent at the National Museum of World War II Aviation. John is a private pilot with a seaplane rating and a lifelong interest in Naval Aviation history and World War II.
The Battle of Midway will be presented at Westpac Restorations where an SBD Dauntless dive bomber will be on display. The SBD was one of the keys to victory in the Battle of Midway. The museum’s SBD will be flown following the presentation, subject to weather conditions and runway availability.
The schedule for the event is as follows:
8:30 am Doors Open
9:00 am Presentation
9:30 am SBD Dauntless Walk-Around and Start-Up
9:45 am SBD Dauntless Taxi and Take-Off
For more information contact the museum’s Front Desk at 719 637-7559.
RESCHEDULED TO JUNE 2021.
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On Sunday, June 13, Danny Zelisko Presents will bring the legendary Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons to Colorado Springs for the first time ever. The concert will take place at Pikes Peak Center for the Performing Arts and start at 7 p.m. Doors will open at 6 p.m.
Tickets for reserved seating, which range from $38 to $153 plus applicable fees and available now online. They can be purchased at the Pikes Peak Center and The Broadmoor World Arena box offices and online at PikesPeakCenter.com, BroadmoorWorldArena.com and AXS.com.
Save the Date! We are making plans for the June 16, 2021 street breakfast! Thank you for your continued support of this historic event.
The Colorado Springs Western Street Breakfast is one of Colorado Springs’ most iconic celebrations of its deep-rooted western heritage. The Street Breakfast has also become an annual fundraising event that supports our local military and their families. Mark your calendar and set your alarm for early morning so you can join us for this fun, festive and family-friendly event. We close down the streets, bring out the hay bales and cook up a tasty, hot breakfast for you to devour while you listen to the renowned Flying W Wranglers as well as the country/rock band Exit West and the talented students from the Colorado Springs Conservatory. The Sweetwater Native American dancers will thrill and amaze with their authentic dress and dances.
Do you and your kids love to dress up in western wear? Pull out your cowboy hats, boots, jeans and bandannas (or other kinds of costumes) to celebrate the start of the Colorado Springs rodeo season with the 72nd Annual Lil’ Cowboys & Cowgirls Roundup. Your fancy duds will get you in the right frame of mind to enjoy a morning full of western fun and you may even win a ride on the Western Spirit float in the Pikes Peak or Bust Rodeo Parade.
The Pikes Peak Celtic Festival blossomed from an old tradition in Colorado Springs. 1999 marked the last year of the Pikes Peak Highland Games. In 2013, we brought this festival back under the new name-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. The Pikes Peak Celtic Festival will be the main attraction of the year.
The June Jubilee is a great way to kick off summer with a celebration of Fine Visual Arts and Handcrafted goods in the Center of Downtown Colorado Springs. This annual outdoor artisan marketplace features the works of more than 70 juried artists with a vast array of media including paintings, sculptures, glasswork, photography, ceramics, and woodwork, a huge selection of handcrafted goods, as well as some great live music, and community fun. This family friendly free event is the place to be for both locals and visitors in the heart of Colorado’s 2nd biggest city.
Open 11am - 6pm both Friday & Saturday.
For more than 80 years, Donkey Derby Days have topped the list of favorite Cripple Creek events. People from all over the world descend on downtown, drawn by a chance to watch a race inspired by the town's resident donkey herd, believed to be distant relatives of the original donkeys from the town's Gold Rush days. Enjoy games, live entertainment, heritage competitions and other fun family activities that will make your visit one to remember!
The beginning of Donkey Derby Days dates back to the 1930s when local businessman Charley Lehew thought a festival would attract people to Cripple Creek. He and some business partners decided that donkey racing would be the main event. They built a donkey race track, found sponsors, food and entertainment vendors and the result was the first Donkey Derby Days festival.
When: June 25, 2021
Where: Downtown Cripple Creek, Colorado
We look forward to having you join us in Pueblo!
The NSRA Rocky Mountain Street Rod Nationals will be presented in Pueblo, Colorado June 25th, 26th & 27th, 2021, with activities to be produced and conducted at the Colorado State Fairgrounds.
We will be accepting registrations at the Pueblo Convention Center • 320 Central Main Street • Pueblo Registration Hours: Thursday, June 24th – 12 noon to 6 p.m. • Friday, June 25th – 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. • Saturday, June 26th – 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Check out the links below for more information on registration and accommodations at the event.
Colorado Springs, CO – The Broadmoor Pikes Peak International Hill Climb, brought to you by Gran Turismo, has invited more than 65 competitors to take part in the 99th Running of the Race to the Clouds on June 27, 2021. Organizers will welcome drivers from nine countries and 18 states.
One of the most exciting aspects this year will be the presence of spectators, once again, on Pikes Peak-America’s Mountain.