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Olympic City USA has a lot to celebrate this summer between the 150th Birthday of Colorado Springs and the Tokyo Olympics! Join in on the festivities with these special events that bring tons of fun and excitement for all!
PeakRadar's comprehensive guide to 67 galleries in the Pikes Peak region will inspire your holiday shopping, and leave you thinking about great gift ideas all year long. Our 2021 Gallery Guide will provide you with the perfect opportunity to revisit your favorite venues, and discover new gallery and retail destinations where you can shop, appreciate, View more
Summer is the perfect time for your kids to experience all of the amazing cultural groups and organizations that the Pikes Peak Region has to offer. Find the perfect summer camp for your child below!
These are events in the Pikes Peak Region that we look forward to every year! From the Manitou Springs Great Fruitcake Toss to the Labor Day Liftoff, this is a comprehensive list of all the events that you don't want to miss!
How did the skeleton know it was going to be a great Halloween? He could feel it in his bones! There are lots of tricks and treats to pick from this Halloween season for kids and adults alike to enjoy. See what the Pikes Peak region has in store for this spooky holiday!
The Pikes Peak region is alive with the sound of theater! Make plans to see a new show, or a traditional favorite, with our local theater guide!
Looking for things to do on a rainy day in Colorado Springs, Manitou Springs, Cripple Creek, Monument, and beyond? We have fourteen activities for you to enjoy when the weather keeps you indoors and you don't want to stay home.
Picnics, fireworks, live music, and sunshine are all a national tradition on Independence Day. Wherever you are located in the Pikes Peak Region, there are many events for the whole family!
Earth Day is a time to celebrate the planet we live on and all the amazing and beautiful things it houses. These events, venues, and ideas will help you thank the Earth both on Earth Day, and all year round!