Things to do in Colorado Springs this Week | July 25th - July 29th
by Joe Clement
on Monday, July 23rd, 2018 at 10:56am.
Things to do in Colorado Springs this week | July 25th - July 29th, 2018
Are you looking for things to do in Colorado Springs this week?
Colorado Springs has tons of fun and exciting things to do. From rodes, concerts, to festivals, events, art shows and even fun outdoor events like the Pikes Peak Marathon or Pikes Peak International Hill Climb. With weather perfect for getting outside in the high country to farmer's markets Colorado Springs has plenty of things to do this week and you have come to the right place to help decide what to do. We Colorado Springs and we are always looking for the best things to do in Colorado Springs and surrounding areas! The following is our list of top things to do this week in Colorado Springs:
Why: Thanks to the folks over at Adventures Out West the Colorado Springs Rodeo is becoming one of the more popular events in town. The main reason this event has been gaining popularity is because it is truly unique. Not many rodeos allow the crowd to participate! The Colorado Springs Rodeo does! Get down and dirty with this interactive show that is sure to provide plenty of excitement and if you are daring enough you can even participate in some of the events. This week's rodeo features a performance by the Ashley Tatum Band.
Why: The Western Mining Museum has a wealth of fun things to see, do and learn about for kids and adults. This unique farmers market combines the awesomeness of the museum with some great locally grown fruits and vegetables. Located at the museum's Reynolds Ranch house this market has all sorts of fresh foods for purchase. Additionally, make sure to stop by the museum for one of the many things to see and learn about. You can even learn how to pan your own gold!
Why: A "Hanmadang," in Korean, means festival. The U.S. Open Taekwondo Hanmadang is a two-day competition at the Broadmoor World Arena. If you love the athleticism of martial arts this event will be sure to impress you. The competition portion of the event includes traditional forms, creative forms, board breaking and an exciting Demonstration Team competition. There is also a parade of athletes during the opening ceremonies (Friday, July 27th from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.) who will be joined by the world famous professional Taekwondo Demonstration team the Korean Tigers, the Colorado Springs Polic Department Color Guard, the Colorado Springs Children's Chorale as well as cultural performances.
Why: Select Mondays throughout the summer feature Musical Mondays Concerts at Monument Valley Park in Downtown Colorado Springs. All concerts are free and open to the public. Make sure to bring your lawn chair or blanket to sit on as the concert is on the grass lawn West of the Fine Arts Center. There is food available for purchase and this week's concert features Tribe, an artist that focusses on Blues, Reggae and New Orleans R & B. We will see you there!
Why: If you love getting your kids outside to enjoy nature and allowing them to learn and interact with nature then this camp is perfect for you and your kids. The camp is at the Fountain Creek Nature Center which is always a great place to take the kids to learn about nature, wildlife and the riparian habitat and ecosystem that surrounds the center. We always take our gandkids to the Nature Center and when our kids were young they participated in camps like this one which always yielded a great experience fo the kids!
Does living near all these great things to do interest you? Be sure to contact Joe Clement to help you find the best Colorado Springs properties!