Colorado Springs Magazine in Colorado-Springs, Colorado
1 Apr 1995

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1 Apr 1995

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Colorado Springs Magazine (Newspaper) - April 1, 1995, Colorado Springs, Colorado Happenings kids Best bets 8 pm for pm choir eat i Weum Citadel mall la in. Quot Sid the Serpent who wanted to sing is presented by the Colorado opera festival s company singers. $150 adults and kids two and older $2 grandparents free kids wider two. Admission includes museum. 574-0077. 22 hands on re fwd Hillside Community Center 925 s. Institute. To a.m.-2 . Mom won t have to say a a done to touch a at this innovative festival where kids can build Bird feeders make play dough pizza and meet the crash dummies. 634-7030. 24 Captain of dub in Tim dragon mate pikes Peak Center 90 s. Cascade. Presented by the smoke Rush Center for arts a theatre. 9 15 a la in. A face paced adventure for preschool through Middle school kids with original music puppetry skating and lots of laughs. Imagination Celebration event $1.4444 884. Imagination Celebration Evant pick up a Complete listing at area libraries. Highlights at East Library and information Center 5550 n. Union ave. Include apr. 19.1 30-2 10 . Selections from cats the musical. Apr. 25.4-4 30 . Funky fairy tales. All free pre Register at 531-6333, ext. 1403. 9,23 children a museum Citadel mall. Apr. 9. I amp 2 . A the clean getaway a an interactive play. Apr. 23. 1 30 . Native american dancing with Mike Little Deer whose family has performed locally since 1906. $2.50 adults and kids two and above $2 grandparents free kids under two. Includes museum admission. 574-0077. 15 finding frogs Fountain Creek nature Center 320 Pepper Grasson. 10-11 30a.m. View slides listen to their Calls then hike to find emerging toads and frogs. Free reservations required. 520-6745. Local music goers Are Only beginning to become aware of How highly innovative by National standards our local symphony has become under the futuristic Tutelage of Maestro Christopher Wilkins. Their latest ground breaking work will be the recording of a Multi Media cd rom based on Aaron Copland s appalachian Spring. This moving piece was first composed As a Ballet for Martha Graham but was heralded by critics who in 1944, awarded the piece both the pulitzer Price and the new York music critic s Circle award. The symphony will perform both Copland s original version for chamber orchestra and the full orchestra version on april 7, 8 and 9 at the pikes Peak Center. In attendance will be or. Robert Winter one of the world s Foremost producers of interactive classical music cd programs. Selections from the concerts including audience responses will be used for the new Multi Media title. The symphony and or. Winter Are creating no simple musical cd. The product of their labors will be a highly interactive piece of software which will contain the score of the work along with a symphonic rendition interwoven with critical snippets and interpretive notes. This will be a historical event which classical music lovers and keyboard warriors should not miss. For ticket info Call 520-show. Dance 8 harambee smoke Rush Center for arts amp theatre 235 s. Nevada ave. 2 amp 7 . A swahili word for togetherness and Unity harambee is also a Multi ethnic dance group. African and african american dancing and drumming. Free. 444-0884. 14,15 Colorado College concert Armstrong Hall. 8 . A student produced concert with a variety of dances and styles. Free. 29 China dance Suafa Arnold Hall theatre. 7 30 . The Hongmei chinese dance company performs colourful and entertaining traditional chinese dance. $15, $5 kids two to twelve. 472-4497.previews May 3 holocaust memorial Packard Hall Colorado College. 7 . A Candle lighting ceremony music poetry reflections from Renee Rabinowitz Wagner and Cantor Galit Gotlieb and others to commemorate the ending of the holocaust. Free. May 13 gala in the Garden new Garden of the gods visitor Center. A week of festivities kicked off by this Junior league sponsored Black tie optional affair featuring a tour of the facility Fine hours do oeuvres and the Beauty of the Garden of the gods. 632-3855. Business of Art Center 513 Manitou ave., Manitou Springs co 80829 april Calendar of events april 1 children a workshop make Clay wind Chimes. Limit 15 children grades k-6. 9 30 am-12pm. April 4 atrium Art in take associate artist members. 10 am to 5 pm. April 4 Bac business class the Art of the written word writing biographies and creating the Quot artist statement Quot. 6.30-9pm april 5 Bac business class renewing the Art experience a holistic approach to criticism of Art. 6 30-9pm. Last class. April 7 Sam Coffman jazz pianist returning to the Bac Forone night Only. 7 30 pm. April 8 children a workshop make flying creatures. Limit 15 children grades k-6. 9 30 am-12pm. April 20 potluck for Bac associate amp studio artists amp volunteers bring food to share at the Bac 6pm april 21 just friends together again distinctive music of the Rockies. 7 30pm april 8 children a workshop make rain Sticks. Limit 15 children grades k-6. 9 30 am-12pm. April 30 sky walk installation experience a walk through the sky in the backs main gallery. 1 -5pm. For information about the Bac or upcoming events please Call 685-1861. Sponsored by Springs Magazine metaphysical april 7 9 embracing Earth changes prophecies Colorado Springs City auditorium 221 e. Kiowa admission $3 Fri. 2-Io pm sat. Amp Sun. To am 6pm sponsor Celebration productions phone 719-634-1810 come visit Celebration new age store 2209 in. Colorado ave. The Quot make your own jewelry struck environmental Friendly deals. Made out of done Horn Stone Clay and Glass cd findings books classes 2421 w. Colorado ave. 635-0035 a a a a a goes around the world to bring beads to you a a a a a 32 Springs Magazine / april 1995

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