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'Annihilation 61' - Live MMA

Join No Mercy Extreme Fighting for a live Mixed Martial Arts event, featuring up to 12 fights loaded with professional and amateur fighters.

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The Chocolate Mountaineers Club: The Musical

The Colorado Springs Conservatory is premiering a new work: The Chocolate Mountaineers Club, the Musical. Based on the children storybooks by Betz Smisek, with original music score by Linda Weise. An unusual group of fun characters finds they have more in common than they have different. Join Fudgie the Bear and his friends as they work together to deliver special wishes to the top of Chocolate Mountain. This production is appropriate for all ages.

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Black History Month Kickoff Fair

Join the African-American Historical and Genealogical Society of Colorado Springs for a Black History Month kickoff fair and Black History brunch! Test your knowledge of Colorado Springs' black history as part of our trivia bowl. Winners get prizes.

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Late Night Murder Mystery Paint&Sip Event

Join Painting With a Twist for this evenings murder mystery paint pARTy. PWAT will provide guests with a character description upon class arrival and a quick “study up” guide to look over before class starts. The shop will provide certain key talking points throughout the night. You can choose to dress up if you like, as it adds to the experience. Everyone will play a role throughout the evening, all while painting and enjoying each other’s company. That is until…the unthinkable happens! Everyone is a suspect. Who did it? You must find out! Everyone in class will be able to participate in some way, but the “key” character roles will offered to the first six to 14 registrations that request them (be sure to request in the notes when you register!). If you are meeting others, give your group’s name or point person in the Special Request box so you may be seated together. This is an adults only class; you must be 18 and over to attend.

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Jennifer Steinkamp: Judy Crook

Los Angeles-based artist Jennifer Steinkamp is best known for her animations exploring notions of perception and reality, often choosing to depict familiar objects or natural elements in motion. For this exhibition, stunningly elegant projections of trees fill the walls of an otherwise darkened gallery, immersing the viewer in a serenely unnatural, yet natural landscape capturing the essence of the life cycle we all witness through our own lives.

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Steven Durow: Heartland

Steven Durow creates large-scale sculptures and installations using glass, stone, steel, wood, and works on paper. Durow disrupts the typical associations of glass by making works that communicate ideas of weightiness and mass, or that feature raw, pitted surfaces that can speak to ideas about entropy and loss. This emerging artist is creating a new series of large-scale sculpture; ethereal, introspective works that investigate his alternately idyllic and traumatic childhood and upbringing – his family tree.

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Colorado College Swimming and Diving

Colorado College Swimming and Diving hosts the CC Classic.

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Colorado College Men's Basketball

The Tigers battle Texas Lutheran at the El Pomar Sports Center.

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Colorado College Women's Basketball

The Tigers face off with Texas Lutheran University at the El Pomar Sports Center.

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