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Art Song Colorado


By synthesizing music and poetry, Art Song Colorado engages and empowers people through the classical timelessness of art song.


Founded in 2015 as “Denver Art Song Project”, Art Song Colorado introduces new audiences to the joy of classical song. Eapen Leubner founded the group and created “A Single Step… Songs of Beethoven and Donaudy” with Mallory Bernstein and Michael Bevers.  The album led to early performances in Denver, the group expanded to perform across the Front Range.  Through performance and experimentation, the group polished their concept of innovative performances by Colorado artists include visual art, super-titles and storytelling.

Contact Art Song Colorado here.


731 N. Tejon St. Colorado Springs, CO 80903

(719) 577-0099

We embrace the notion that finances are but one important aspect of life, and that wealth is merely a means to achieve life’s larger purposes, not an end unto itself. Our mission is to help our clients understand and organize their financial options, and create solutions that free them to pursue the activities of life the value most.

Central City Opera

Less than an hour from Denver, Colorado in a lush Rocky Mountain setting, Central City Opera is among Colorado’s elite summer music festivals. The second oldest annual professional opera festival in the country (and the fifth-oldest opera company), the company continues to make history with a range of productions each summer including opera favorites, new and rarely performed pieces, and American works.

In addition to the summer Festival, Central City Opera’s Bonfils-Stanton Artists Training Program offers career-entry opera training to today’s young artists with career management classes as well as main stage rehearsal and performance opportunities. Year-round opera education and community engagement programs entertain and educate more than 100,000 people each year across the Rocky Mountain region. A steward of historic preservation, the company also maintains the Central City Opera House and 30 other Victorian-era properties which serve as performance and rehearsal venues and house Festival staff each summer.

Chamber Orchestra of the Springs

(719) 633-3649

The Chamber Orchestra of the Springs, founded in 1984, is the region’s premier chamber ensemble bringing innovative, educational programming and diverse artistic collaborations to the Front Range. Under the dynamic leadership of Maestro Thomas Wilson since 1996, the orchestra currently presents 15-20 concerts in multiple venues throughout Colorado Springs promoting civic pride and local talent as well as acclaimed guest artists and world premieres. As a long-standing cultural anchor in Colorado, the organization is dedicated to creating and sharing exceptional musical experiences. Consisting of talented, dedicated musicians from all walks of life, the orchestra continues to push towards higher artistic goals in the spirit of our motto, “For the Love of Music.”
The Chamber Orchestra of the Springs – Innovative, Involved, Inspiring.

CIVA Charter School

(719) 633-1306

CIVA is a small, safe and caring community, dedicated to providing a unique and rigorous college-preparatory curriculum. CIVA’s small class sizes, commitment to the performing arts, and strong student-parent-teacher collaboration create a comfortable and safe culture where students can reach their full academic potential.

Colorado Ballet

1075 Santa Fe Drive Denver, CO 80204


Established in 1961 by Lillian Covillo and Freidann Parker, Colorado Ballet is a non-profit organization celebrating nearly 60 years of presenting world-class classical ballet and innovative dance in Denver. Colorado Ballet’s 31 professional Company dancers and 21 Studio Company dancers present more than 50 classical and contemporary ballet performances every year. As the premier ballet training institution in the state, the Colorado Ballet Academy provides training to students ages 1 ½ through adult, beginner through pre-professional. Colorado Ballet’s outstanding education and community engagement programs enable thousands to experience the magic of dance.

Colorado College

(719) 389-6552

The Colorado College Summer Music Festival is one of the premier musical events in Colorado with performances on the Colorado College campus and throughout El Paso and Teller Counties. Advanced music students join world-renowned faculty to bring the best in classical and contemporary music to the area.

Colorado College Summer Music Festival


The Colorado College Summer Music Festival is one of the premier Classical musical events in Colorado with performances on the Colorado College campus and free outreach concerts in Colorado Springs. Advanced music students join world-renowned faculty to bring the best in classical and contemporary music to the area.

Colorado Music Hall of Fame

1278 N Lincoln St #100, Denver, CO 80203


Colorado Music Hall of Fame is a nonprofit with a mission to celebrate, promote, and support Colorado’s music community and the organization envisions a future where Colorado’s music scene becomes as iconic as the state’s mountains.

  • Celebrating Colorado music by inducting our state’s music heroes, hosting events, sharing music history and Hall of Fame exhibits (coming soon to a new location in Denver)
  • Promoting Colorado as a music destination
  • Supporting local musicians and industry professionals with mini-grants for mental health and addiction counseling


Instagram @colomusichof

Colorado Springs Children’s Chorale

(719) 633-3562

The Colorado Springs Children’s Chorale, was founded in 1977 as a civic children’s choir. From humble roots it has grown to be an organization with five choirs and a annual enrollment of nearly 200 children, in grades 2– 12 , from throughout the Pikes Peak Region. The Chorale’s musical excellence has earned it national and international recognition as one of the country’s outstanding children’s choirs, and it has been honored with three first place Gold Medals in international competitions.

Although the Colorado Springs Children’s Chorale has garnered recognition and an exceptional array of awards abroad, its heart and spirit is firmly rooted in Colorado and the Colorado Springs community. It features an extensive statewide outreach program, including its High Altitude Youth Chorus, Adopt-a-School Festivals, School Blitz days, Raise the Roof Boychoir Festival, an extensive tuition assistance program, workshops and residencies in schools, and concerts all over the state for groups including Pikes Peak Hospice, Cancer Survivors, CASA, and nursing homes.

Colorado Springs Chorale

Colorado Springs Chorale P.O. Box 2304 Colorado Springs, CO 80901


Mission Statement: To serve the Pikes Peak Region by celebrating the human voice in song and its power to rejoice, console, educate, enrich, unite, and inspire.

Founded in 1956, the Colorado Springs Chorale is the oldest continuously performing community organization for vocal artists in the state of Colorado. The Chorale contributes to the cultural richness of the Pikes Peak Region through its concerts of the world’s great choral masterworks while providing an artistically rewarding singing experience each week for talented singers as the Chorale prepares for its upcoming appearances.

Colorado Springs Conservatory

415 S. Sahwatch St, Colorado Springs, CO 80903

(719) 577-4556

There is a place where students are encouraged to contribute to the world in a meaningful and creative way. Where they can explore the arts in an environment that embraces individuality and mutual respect. A rare and nurturing setting that brings together world-class training in all the performing arts to students ages 4 through 19. That place is The Colorado Springs Conservatory. And it is the only performing arts conservatory of its kind in the Pikes Peak region. It is where the amazing takes place every day. Students engage in a wide variety of learning experiences in instrumental music, vocals, musical theater, dramatic studies, dance, recording arts, composition, music theory, humanities, piano studies, jazz, opera, film scoring and more. Programs are tailored for students.

Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center at Colorado College

(719) 634-5581

The Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center at Colorado College, built in 1936, grew out of and expanded on the mission of the esteemed Broadmoor Art Academy to become one of the only multi-discipline arts institutions in the nation.

Today we remain an amazing rarity — a museum, theatre and art school, essentially an entire arts district, under one roof. And we go well beyond what you’d consider the boundaries of those disciplines, offering special performances in our galleries, standup comedy and concerts in our theaters, epic parties in our Glass Corridor, and insider perks for our members that take them inside the process of creating the arts.

All of our various branches share one essential goal: to create extraordinary experiences.

Colorado Springs Philharmonic

(719) 520-7195

Classical music has been alive and well in Colorado Springs since 1927, when 27 local musicians banded together to form the Philharmonic’s distant predecessor, the Colorado Springs Symphony Ensemble. Since then the musicians of our community have distinguished themselves in numerous ways, giving performances of the highest quality to grateful audiences.

Colorado Springs Philharmonic Guild

P.O. Box 7584 Colorado Springs, CO 80933

The purpose of the Colorado Springs Philharmonic Guild is to support the efforts of the local Philharmonic, as  well as to invest in programs that support symphonic music in our community.

Colorado Springs Youth Symphony

3113 Primrose Dr, Colorado Springs, CO 80907

(719) 633-3901

Founded in 1980 with the purpose of providing artistic and educational development of musically talented and dedicated junior high youth within Colorado Springs’ School District #11, the Colorado Springs Youth Symphony Association (CSYSA) began with 70 young musicians and gave a single performance the first season. Today, the Youth Symphony is comprised of eight individual groups: Wolfgang Strings (String Program, Level 1), Amadeus String Orchestra (String Program, Level 2), Allegro Strings (String Program, Level 3), Vivace String Orchestra (String Program, Level 4), Bravo! Winds (intermediate concert band), Pikes Peak Wind Symphony (advanced concert band), Ovation Youth Orchestra (advanced full orchestra) and the Colorado Springs Youth Symphony (our flagship group). Approximately 350 young musicians are accepted by audition every year to take part in one of these groups. The Mozart String Project, which focuses on beginning string instruction, enrolls an additional 150 students at sites in Northeast and Northcentral Colorado Springs. Today, students from over sixty schools from the Pikes Peak region including Pueblo, Limon, Castle Rock, Peyton and Canon City participate in our programs.

Cultural Office of the Pikes Peak Region

(719) 634-2204

The Cultural Office of the Pikes Peak Region (COPPeR) is a local nonprofit that invites, educates and connects residents and visitors to the arts and culture in the Pikes Peak region. Engage the arts and find your next creative experience at

ENT Center for the Arts

(719) 255-3114

Powered by hundreds of community members. Built to serve the Pikes Peak region. The Ent Center for the Arts at UCCS is committed to bringing transformational programming, from performances to educational opportunities to the Colorado Springs area.


P.P. Box 25383 Colorado Springs, CO 80936


Epic puts on unique concerts that you can’t see anywhere else in Colorado Springs. They combine classical music with other genres and art forms to produce a strong visual and interactive component to the performances. Epic is committed to making the best music immersive and accessible to everyone.

First Presbyterian Church

219 E Bijou St, Colorado Springs, CO 80903

(719) 884-6100

First Pres is a multigenerational downtown church with a deep appreciation for biblical preaching and teaching, worship, shared leadership and community-building.

Worship is our purpose as a church, and Sunday morning worship is the high point of our week. Gathering regularly for worship changes us from the inside out and energizes us to go where God sends us and live as His people in the world.

Gaddis, Herd, Craw and Adams

(719) 471-3848

For more than three decades individuals and businesses in Colorado Springs, CO and surrounding areas have looked to Gaddis, Herd, Craw & Adams P.C. for excellence in legal representation. Clients appreciate the high quality legal services typically provided by large law firms, with the personalized care and individual attention of a smaller firm.

Specializing in the areas of Personal Injury, Medical Malpractice, Insurance Bad Faith, Estate Planning and more.

Gold Hill Mesa

Gold Hill Mesa Community Center aims to bring a sense of community to our residents as well as the broader public. The outdoor concerts have become a popular draw for people from around Colorado Springs who come out to enjoy great music, refreshments from a variety of food vendors, and the welcoming atmosphere of Gold Hill Mesa. The annual concert series brings new meaning to ‘rocking on the front porch’ as neighbors step out to enjoy live music in Central Park every Saturday evening in September. Other events include art exhibit openings, fundraisers, biking and hiking adventures, and more.

Grace & St. Stephens Episcopal Church

(719) 328-1125

Formally organized in 1873, Grace & St. Stephens Episcopal Church holds Sunday services and musical events weekly, including a Choral Compline Service the last Sunday of each month at 8:00 P.M., excluding December and March. Throughout the year, the Taylor Memorial Concert Series presents world renounced organists, chamber ensembles, choirs, and singers. Log on to Grace & St. Stephens today or call to find our more about Christmas services and concerts.

Habitat for Humanity of Teller County

720 W Hwy 24 (Lower Level), Woodland Park, CO 80863


Habitat for Humanity of Teller County is part of a global, non-profit housing organization dedicated to eliminating substandard housing locally and worldwide through constructing, rehabilitating, and preserving homes; by advocating for fair and just housing policies; and by providing training and access to resources to help families improve their shelter conditions. Habitat for Humanity was founded on the conviction that every man, woman, and child should have a place to live in dignity and safety, and that decent shelter in decent communities should be a matter of conscience and action for all.

JTS Development for Shaw’s River Ranch

7381 Co Rd 221, Salida, CO 81201


Shaw’s River Ranch offers an unrivaled setting for those seeking the preeminent Colorado Mountain lifestyle.  The ranch is located in Salida, Colorado on the banks of the South Arkansas River and Green Creek. This exclusive 9 lot community is surrounded by 14,000 + foot mountain ranges and features some of the best views on the planet.

Residents will have direct access to fishing in the South Arkansas River and over 2 miles of walking trails.  In addition, residents will enjoy over 33 acres of common space featuring 4 ponds (2 stocked), 3 waterfalls, meandering stream, 9-hole disc golf course and a Lodge building featuring Tavern on the Ranch.  This exclusive amenity boasts an indoor and outdoor bar, full kitchen, deluxe grill with pizza oven, pool table, shuffleboard, Golden Tee golf, dedicated poker room, 60′ bocce ball court, outdoor beer garden, 3 firepits & music stage.  In addition, the lodge has a 1-bedroom luxury suite located in the lodge building.  Additional amenities include a planned community garden and green house and acres of beautiful river front meadows.

Residents will have direct access to the National Forest and some of the best hiking and biking trails in the area.  All of this and yet only minutes to downtown Salida & Monarch Mountain Ski & Snow Board Resort.

Kirkpatrick Bank

(719) 866-6300

Everyone’s situation is different, every project unique. Kirkpatrick Bank will help you find the right mortgage product for your needs. We serve individuals, builders, and commercial clients and appreciate the expertise a realtor or a title company represents. We believe a banking relationship is defined by the expertise and commitment to service of the professionals who serve our customers, as well as the quality of our mortgage products. We strive to make buying and selling property efficient, and cost-effective.
Closed Saturday

Manitou Chamber Music Festival

The Manitou Chamber Music Festival is an immersive program designed to exponentially increase students’ musical understanding and performing experience. Each group studies two complete multi-movement chamber works and performs both pieces on the final student concert, as well as a chamber orchestra piece with all festival musicians and faculty.

Miriam’s Place

1519 E Boulder St, Colorado Springs, CO 80909

(719) 301-9508

Miriam’s Place is an Organic Membership Collective of Body Workers, Energy Masters, and Mental Health Professionals who all bring their attributes into service at 1519 East Boulder in beautiful Colorado Springs, Colorado.

A wholeness center dedicated to pain management through gentle touch and care.

National Repertory Orchestra

111 S. Main Street Breckenridge, CO 80424

(970) 453-5825

The NRO is honored to reside in the beautiful and historic ski town of Breckenridge, Colorado, and proud to celebrate over 60 years educating the next generation of classical musicians with our prestigious, tuition-free program. At the acclaimed Summer Music Festival, 80 talented musicians are selected to perform more repertoire than any other festival of its kind. During the Festival season, led by Music Director Michael Stern and joined by world-renowned guest conductors, the NRO performs as many as 18 concerts and over 85 free events in Summit County and throughout Colorado.

Notes Live

Positioned on a $15 million campus adjacent to Bourbon Brothers Smokehouse & Tavern, the 15,000 square foot venue and 7,000 square foot outdoor patio features iconic national acts like The Bellamy Brothers, Orleans, Firefall, Sawyer Brown, and Easton Corbin. Boot Barn Hall also showcases popular regional musicians and tribute bands like The Sofakillers, Wirewood Station,  The Petty Nicks Experience, and The Long Run.
Boot Barn Hall is a premier private event space hosting regionally recognized organizations and events like Salvation Army’s Red Kettle Kick-off Campaign, Folds-of-Honor Memorial Concert, Colorado’s State of the State and State of the Region Address, Colorado Springs Sesquicentennial Celebration, Mount Carmel Veterans Service Center Hoedown for Heros, Shield 616 Ride for the Blue, and many more.

Opera Theatre of the Rockies

(719) 570-1950

Opera Theatre of the Rockies was a dream: the dream of a visionary who circled the globe captivating audiences from the world’s most prestigious stages with her tremendous operatic prowess. Opera Theatre of the Rockies was founded in 1998 by international soprano, Martile Rowland, with the expert guidance of Colorado Springs’ own music community legends Bee Vradenburg and Kathleen Fox Collins. And so it was that in 1999, with a Big Dream, a small purse and a cadre of enthused, energized and talented singers, Martile Rowland launched Opera Theatre of the Rockies with three sold out performances of The Merry Widow upon the historic stage of the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center.

Pearl Skin & Body Rejuvenation

7035 Campus Dr, Colorado Springs, CO 80920

(719) 249-4210

At Pearl Skin & Body Rejuvenation, a premier med spa in Colorado Springs, Dr. Rachael Degurse’s visionary approach empowers your beauty evolution to the highest of standards. Dr. Degurse provides a personalized 1-on-1 consultation, meticulously evaluating your unique dreams and goals to craft a tailored aesthetic journey just for you. Our core values of evolution, credibility, benevolence, dependability, and transparency set us apart. Choosing Pearl Skin & Body Rejuvenation ensures a collaborative and empowering experience, where your satisfaction and well-being are prioritized. Embrace the opportunity to enhance your beauty with Dr. Degurse’s outstanding care in Colorado Springs.

Pikes Peak Opera League

P.O. Box 38478 Colorado Springs, CO 80937-8478

The Pikes Peak Opera League was founded in 2001 as the successor to the Colorado Opera Festival Guild and supports the activities of Organizations that promote Vocal Arts in the Pikes Peak Region.

Pikes Peak Philharmonic

(719) 685-6468

The orchestra now known as the Pikes Peak Philharmonic was formed in 1965 to provide additional playing opportunities for students at Colorado College. The Colorado Springs Community Orchestra, as it was first called, was quickly expanded to include musicians from the rest of the community. In 1972, the Colorado Springs Symphony sponsored and controlled the group with Charles Ansbacher as its Music Director and principal Conductor. The sponsorship of the Symphony was dissolved in 1986 due to financial reasons. With this vital outlet for performing serious symphonic music virtually gone, several musicians from the group incorporated a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization under the name, Pikes Peak Civic Orchestra. In 1997, the name of the group was changed to Pikes Peak Philharmonic. The funding for the orchestra has been through the assessment of dues, door receipts, and outside donations.

Planet Granite


Redesign Your Home with Planet Granite

Revitalize your kitchen or bathroom with new, gorgeous countertops and sinks. Choose from a myriad of samples from our granite, marble, and quartz collection, quarried locally and from all around the world. Come visit our showroom or call us today to schedule a free measurement.

Purple Elephant Realty

Providing a superior level of informed, professional real estate services to buyers and sellers in the greater Pikes Peak Region.

Rachael’s School of Dance

A Colorado Springs dance studio offering classical instruction of ballet, pointe, jazz, ballroom, and crew style hip hop/popping.  Classes are available for all ages and skill levels for both boys and girls.  Students perform in two full length productions each spring and fall.  Production standards offer professional level quality with a unique family like flare.

Salida Creative District

220 W Sackett Ave, Salida, CO 81201

(719) 530-0933

On October 1, 2013 Salida City Council adopted the 2013 Creative District Strategic Plan and logo via a non-binding resolution: 2013 Salida Creative District Strategic Plan

Salida’s distinct character is enhanced by the Downtown Historic District, consisting of 111 buildings. It is one of the largest in Colorado and was registered as a National Historic District in 1984. The many turn of the last century buildings add to the beautiful and unique natural surroundings.

On March 30, 2012, it was announced that the City of Salida’s historic downtown was selected as one of only two inaugural “Certified Creative Districts” in Colorado by Colorado Creative Industries, or CCI, a division of the State’s Office of Economic Development and International Trade. The Salida Creative District was formed to support the ongoing economic growth in Salida and to create a climate in which creatives and creative enterprises can prosper. While the Creative District was officially formed in late 2011, with application to CCI submitted in January 2012, Salida’s growth as an art and culture center has taken many years. Salida’s Creative District includes not only artists, but creative entrepreneurs of all types, including locally owned restaurants and designers.

Sangre de Cristo Arts & Conference Center

210 N Santa Fe Ave, Pueblo, CO 81003

(719) 295-7200

The Sangre de Cristo Arts & Conference Center creates artistic learning experiences for everyone.

One-of-a-kind, educational, inspirational, inclusive…the Sangre de Cristo Arts & Conference Center fits all these descriptions and more. Pledging art for all, this beautiful facility has held hands with arts education in Southern Colorado since 1972 and never let go. This multi-disciplinary center for the arts is located in Pueblo and serves 17 surrounding counties. As an organization, the Arts Center encourages people to bring out the best in others through high-quality art exhibitions, performing arts, dance arts, an award-winning children’s museum, comprehensive arts educational programming, and an artistic space for meetings, performances and events.  The Sangre de Cristo Arts & Conference Center and Buell Children’s Museum are accredited by the American Alliance of Museums.

Santa Fe Opera

301 Opera Dr, Santa Fe, NM 87506

(800) 280-4654

The Santa Fe Opera’s mission is to advance the operatic art form by presenting ensemble performances of the highest quality in a unique setting with a varied repertoire of new, rarely performed, and standard works; to ensure the excellence of opera’s future through apprentice programs for singers, technicians and arts administrators; and to foster an understanding and appreciation of opera among a diverse public.

Silver Key Senior Services

1625 S. Murray Blvd, Colorado Springs, CO 80916


Silver Key is proud to serve thousands of seniors in the Pikes Peak region. We offer a variety of services for area seniors to maintain their independence, safety and quality of life.

We recognize four leaders who have left their mark on Silver Key including, founder Betsey Myers-Burroughs and advocate Clifford King, along with a group of conscientious citizens wishing to improve the quality of life for those in nursing homes. With the help of these individuals and first Executive Director Mikki Kraushaar, Silver Key was incorporated in 1970 and officially opened its doors thanks to grant monies awarded by the Older Americans Act. Patricia Ellis retired in 2019 after leading the organization for eight years, including the expansion of services facilitated by our move to the South Murray campus.

We remember and celebrate each and every donor, volunteer, partner and advocate in the community who shares our mission to provide seniors with safety, independence and dignity as they move through the aging process.

Soli Deo Gloria Choir

1515 N Cascade Ave, Colorado Springs, CO 80907

Vision  Broaden and deepen connection within our community and beyond.

Mission  We believe in the transformative power of sacred music to uplift and unite our community. We strive to create connection across generations through our commitment to excellence, creativity, education, and inclusivity. By fostering a supportive environment, we seek to empower our members to grow as individuals and musicians. 

Springs Ensemble Theatre

Springs Ensemble Theatre produces intimate, live theatre in collaboration with artists throughout the Colorado Springs area. By telling diverse stories on our stage, we explore problems and choices central to the human condition. We believe that theatre should engage its audience and build community by exercising the conscience, entertaining the mind, and inspiring the imagination. More information and tickets at or by calling 719-357-3080.

Springs Homes is a complete resource for Colorado Springs Real Estate. Use our new state of the art Colorado Springs Real Estate map search to view thousands of Colorado Springs Homes for Sale listed through the Pikes Peak MLS. If you are interested in digging into extreme detail on some of Colorado Springs finest real estate offerings, please visit our Featured Homes section. This section features lots of detail, maps, pictures, virtual tours and school information on some of the finest Colorado Springs Real Estate has to offer, if you can’t find it here, please let us know, we are constantly looking for new ideas for fresh content in this section.

The Broadmoor World Arena and Pikes Peak Center


The Broadmoor World Arena offers a world-class experience in the premier sports and entertainment venue in the Pikes Peak region. The 8,000 seat multi-purpose arena plays host to a diverse variety of specialty family shows, concerts, sporting events, comedy, and events like Cirque du Soleil, Disney On Ice, The Original Harlem Globetrotters, National and International Skating Competitions, Carrie Underwood, Jim Gaffigan, Elton John, Trans-Siberian (TSO) and more! The arena also features over 19,500 square feet of floor space, enough to contain an additional 2,000 seats on the floor. The Broadmoor World Arena and ASM Global, the industry’s leading public facility management company, finalized a comprehensive multi-year venue services agreement in Spring 2014.

Built by the citizens of El Paso County in 1982 to serve as a regional entertainment and cultural center, the Pikes Peak Center’s downtown Colorado Springs location was planned as a part of the economic revitalization strategy for the downtown business district.

Since its opening in 1982, the Pikes Peak Center has achieved international acclaim for its design and acoustical qualities. Artists and critics alike have been lavish in their praise of the Center. The Center hosts in excess of 200 performances annually. The Center is owned by El Paso County and operated by the Colorado Springs World Arena, a 501©(3) organization.

Tiemens Foundation

The Tiemens Foundation, established by Herman Tiemans, is funded by members of the Tiemens family.  The foundation unequivocally believes that Arts, Culture and Education have a powerful way of getting people to think differently, to unleash passions, to celebrate diversity….indeed to Stretch Minds.


UCCS Grain School Online

The University of Colorado Colorado Springs (UCCS) Grain School 2021 is going online! This year’s theme focuses on taking the time with heritage grains to learn, experiment, diversify, collaborate, and celebrate! Join in with free monthly public Zoom forums and affordable online and remote hands-on experiences in farming, baking and cooking. Grain School is jointly organized by the University of Colorado Colorado Springs (UCCS) Helen & Arthur E. Johnson Beth-El College of Nursing and Health Sciences, the Rocky Mountain Farmers Union and the Colorado Grain Chain. The Colorado Grain Chain is a 501(c)5 membership organization comprised of locally-owned and-operated businesses and consumers that produce and support grain and grain products from heritage, ancient and locally-adapted grain. Founding members are farmers, millers, bakers, brewers, distillers and chefs.


The Department of Visual and Performing Arts houses programs in Art History, Film Studies, Museum and Gallery Practice, Music, Theatre & Dance, and Visual Arts. These programs share a mission to explore interdisciplinarity and artistic innovation.

Cultivating a thriving student experience is the reason we are here; Our classes remain small and individual mentorship is our mantra.

Our degree offerings are as diverse as our artistic visions. We offer…..
– Bachelor of Arts in Music
– Bachelor of Arts in Visual and Performing Arts with majors tracks in all VAPA programs
– Bachelor of Innovation in Music
– Bachelor of Innovation and Museum Studies and Gallery Practice
– numerous minors in all VAPA programs

United States Olympic and Paralympic Museum

200 S. Sierra Madre Street 80903


Experience the immersive journey of America’s greatest athletes at the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Museum. With interactive exhibits, innovative displays and a vast artifact collection, this 60,000-square-foot attraction embodies the Olympic values of excellence, friendship, and respect, as well as the Paralympic values of determination, equality, inspiration, and courage. Discover legends, inspire tomorrow’s heroes, and be part of a life-changing experience that educates and empowers generations to come.

Ute Pass Chamber Players

(719) 748-3344

The Ute Pass Chamber Players is a non-profit organization that presents classical chamber music for piano, winds, and strings in the Woodland Park, Teller County and Ute Pass region.

The Ute Pass Chamber Players celebrate music as an integral part of life which brings those who participate either as listeners, performers, or volunteers a sense of community and shared experience.

Ute Pass Symphony Guild

Woodland Park, CO 80866

(719) 822-1157

The Ute Pass Symphony Guild organized in 1979 for the purpose of funding concerts by what is now the Colorado Springs Philharmonic Orchestra. The all – volunteer board wrote letters, made phone calls and went door-to-door to raise the then substantial sum of $5,000. The basics have not changed, ensuring that the Symphony Above the Clouds remains a vital part of the area’s summer celebration.

After all these years we’re still an all volunteer board whose mission is very simple – to bring high quality music to the people of the Teller County region and to provide an admission free summer concert each year on July 5th performed by the Colorado Springs Philharmonic Orchestra. Symphony Above the Clouds, as the July 5th event is called, has become a signature event in Woodland Park and many who have attended in the past plan their vacations around being able to be here for the concert.

The Ute Pass Symphony Guild does not limit its activities to just that concert, however. Each year we raise funds and provide classroom support so that all the children in Teller County can attend, without cost, the annual Children’s Concert at the Pikes Peak Center performed by the Colorado Springs Philharmonic Orchestra. In 2012 we were also able to bring an internationally known pianist to Woodland Park and arrange for him to perform for the students of the area, again without cost to the school district or the students. We feel strongly that at a time when school district budgets have little room for extras, it is incumbent upon us to try to fill that void where possible.

Victor Celebrate the Arts

(719) 689-5836

Victor Celebrates the Arts was established as a non-profit 501(c)3 organization in 1999 to promote the arts. Our first show occurred in 2000. 30% of all art work sales receipts go to support VCTA, and 70% to members and a broad based community of volunteers, donations and sponsorships.

Vino and Notes

16th Annual Vino & Notes August 3, 2024 | Woodland Park, CO

Join Habitat for Humanity of Teller County for the annual Vino & Notes Festival. This brings together some of Colorado’s finest wineries, great food, and local musicians.

Wild Birds Unlimited: Nature Shop ILD

3350 N Union Blvd

(719) 596-1819

Store Hours:
Mon – Sat: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Each Wild Birds Unlimited store is locally owned and operated by folks living right in the local community. Your MyWBU order is handled by the same staff you see when you shop your local Wild Birds Unlimited retail location.

We’re proud to provide the highest quality bird feeding products available anywhere…backed with expert advice to help you bring the joy of bird feeding into your backyard.

We can show you how to turn your yard into a birdfeeding habitat that brings song, color and life to your home.

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