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Jillian Lovelace, owner of the Scratch Mobile Kitchen, hands some food through the window to a customer on May 14. Food Truck Tuesdays kicked …

Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region board members were proud of the huge success of the 22nd annual Fur Ball, which raised more than $430,…

Piper Scherkenbach has been fostering pets for more than 15 years. Here, she prepares kittens Kirby and Kolby for their presentation in the pe…

HSPPR board member Andrew Will and his husband, Joel Yuhas (CEO of Memorial Hospital), won the live auction bid for The Ultimate All Inclusive…

Bear Creek Nature Center
$20

What edible wild plants grow nearby? Join the Bear Creek Nature Center for a tour of wild edibles and practical food uses by the experienced forager and teacher, Wild Food Girl. If we’re lucky, we’ll find enough to forage and sample. For ages 10 and up. Children under 15 must be accompanied …

Bear Creek Regional Park
Free

Open to adults and children ages 6 and older, this is the perfect opportunity to try your hand at archery, one of the fastest growing outdoor sports, for free! U.S.A.-certified archery coaches from the Archery School of the Rockies will walk you through the basics and test your skills. All e…

Colorado Avenue between 23rd and 27th streets

Head out for fun, food and shopping in Old Colorado City over the long Memorial Day Weekend. Held annually, Territory Days began in 1975 as the “Rampart Range Sertoma Territory Days Parade and Buffalo Barbecue." In 1976 the name was changed to Territory Days to commemorate “Colorado City” (n…

Panera Bread
Free

Trails and Open Space Coalition members are invited for a hike to the top of Cheyenne Mountain in celebration of National Trails Day! This hike will be an all-day adventure with moderate to difficult terrain and some light bushwhacking; 8 1/2 miles round trip with 1,245 feet of elevation gai…