The Mural Project of Colorado Springs is donating 3 artist painted outdoor community pianos to Colorado Springs! The pianos will be available outside to play in the warmer months for all.
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That whole “Road Less Traveled” thing? Yeah, I said it – potholes. And that’s okay if your chassis is sassy. But if it isn’t, you had better carry a spare.
Colorado will spend more than $8 million researching marijuana’s medical potential–a new frontier because government-funded marijuana research traditionally focuses on the drug’s negative health effects.
Acineau Galleries, an art gallery, at 214 N. Tejon St., Playground Kidz, a children’s fashion and toy store, at 113 E. Bijou St., Required Attire, a clothing store, at 109 E. Bijou St., Rocky Mountain SOAP Market, a cosmetics and beauty supply store, at 220 N. Tejon St., and Spinning Star Gallery, an art gallery and gift store at 130 N. Tejon St., are opening Nov. 1 as part of the Holiday Pop-up program.
On Saturday, November 15th, Acineau Galleries and four other pop-up retailers will host a Holiday Party. Acineau is located at 214 1/2 Tejon directly across from Acaia Park, which will feature an ice rink for eight weeks. Acineau has purchased and tuned a 1921 piano, so that everyone can enjoy the community piano together as they sing Christmas Songs and celebrate humanity’s ability to create.
With artist meet and greets (including: Phil Lear, Jimmy Descant, Carole Morrison, Dee Sabol and others), a chance to learn more about the Mural Project, and shopping in the Native American avante garde boutique from Santa Fe. Held at 214½ N. Tejon St.