Rise & Shine Colorado! Celebrate Labor Day Weekend with the 2021 Colorado Springs Labor Day Lift Off from the comfort of your own home September 4th – September 6th.
It’s the most colorful weekend of the year!
You won’t want to miss the early morning balloon launches fill the city skyline and the Saturday evening balloon glows. Wrap up your visit at Memorial Park over the Labor Day weekend with a hot air balloon glow at dusk.
A major TLCA theatrical production, Churchill, featuring renowned British actor David Payne as Sir Winston Churchill
Advance Tickets: TLCA Members $25; Non-Members $30
Day of Show: TLCA Members $30; Non-Members $35
Reserved Seating: $10 in addition to ticket (limited to 50)
Doors 6pm – Show 7pm
Winston Churchill has just been awarded honorary US citizenship by President John F. Kennedy. In recognition of this unprecedented occasion, The American-Oxford Society has asked the former Prime Minister to address them and discuss what this honor means to him. In this often funny, sometimes touching and always engaging one-man- show, veteran British actor, David Payne, brings Churchill to life onstage. Audiences will be delighted to hear of his exploits during the Boer War, his constant battles with Britain’s fellow politicians, his special relationship with America and America’s presidents. But most telling of all, Churchill enlightens the audience with intimate and touching details of the two special women in his life—his wife Clementine and Queen Elizabeth. With elements of The Crown and The Darkest Hour, David Payne once again gives audiences an opportunity to spend an evening with one of the greatest historical figures in the world—Sir Winston Churchill.
You’ll find fun for the whole family including live music, plenty of authentic German food and drinks, arts & crafts and children activities. Don’t miss the ceremonial keg tapping on Saturday at 11 AM right after the national anthem. The two-day Oktoberfest in Woodland Park is a great way to enjoy this beautiful mountain town.
Dates: September 18-19, 2021
Times: 11 AM – 6 PM
Location: Ute Pass Cultural Center: 210 E. Midland Ave. Woodland Park, CO 80863
In some places, the sight of falling leaves is synonymous with fall. In Pueblo, the savory aroma of roasting chilies signals summer’s end. This is Pueblo’s harvest celebration. The festival is hosted by the Greater Pueblo Chamber of Commerce.
Every year, thousands pay homage to Pueblo’s best-loved crop: green chilies, particularly Pueblo Chile.
The event features live entertainment, street vendors, cooking competitions, and chilies, chilies, chilies! Held downtown along Union Avenue, the festival draws Pueblo residents as well as people from across the state and around the nation.
The Chile & Frijoles festival has many opportunities for Community Partnerships. If your company is interested in participating, consider becoming an Official Chile Fest Community Partner. This entails becoming a Gate Sponsor with benefits that last throughout the year! Contact Ava Deherrera for more information. firstname.lastname@example.org