Tag: Pueblo Colorado

Monthly Business Networking Lunch

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Thursday, March 12th
Pueblo Convention Center


The monthly meeting of “Business During Lunch” will be Thursday, March 12th.

  • Boost your chances for professional success by networking with colleagues and other Greater Pueblo Chamber Members.
  • Learn from a featured speaker (topic and speaker not yet announced).
  • Qualify for the Comcast Spotlight Commercial Give-A-Way by making a reservation for this lunch.

This casual lunch will be from 11:30 am to 1:00 pm. Dress is casual business.

Lunch is $20 for members / $30 for non-members
RSVP to Ava at 719-542-1704 or avad@pueblochamber.net

The Greater Pueblo Chamber of Commerce is a volunteer-driven organization that improves and promotes an atmosphere that enables the community to grow and prosper.

The Greater Pueblo Chamber of Commerce works to accomplish its purpose by serving as the voice of the Pueblo business community and representing our members in governmental affairs at local, state and federal levels.


Pueblo Convention Center
320 Central Main St.
Pueblo, CO 

Coloring Contest Now Open for Kids + Adults


Prizes!!!    Prizes!!    Prizes!!

During the month of March,
the Nature and Raptor Center of Pueblo will be holding
an owl coloring contest for children and adults.




Kid Prizes (for each age category)

First Place: an Owl Presentation for the student’s classroom.
Runners-Up: a Raptor Adoption for his/her classroom.
All First Place winners and Runners-Up receive Free Admission to the Colorado Owl Festival.

Adult Prizes

First Place: a Raptor Release
Runner-Up: an NRCP individual membership


Look for the owl coloring sheets on the NRCP website
OR download the Owl Coloring Sheet + Entry Form HERE!

Colored pages must be received at the Nature and Raptor Center of Pueblo by 4pm March 24th.
Limit one entry per person. All entries become the property of the Nature and Raptor Center
of Pueblo and will not be returned. Adult entry fee is $5.

Drop off entries at…
Nature and Raptor Center of Pueblo
5200 Nature Center Rd.,
Pueblo, CO
Mail entries to…
Nature and Raptor Center of Pueblo
P.O. Box 8205,
Pueblo, CO 81008

Toddler Nature Walk

“Nature Toddlers” Walk

Friday, March 13th,
10 am




Nature Toddlers was made for kids (0-4 years old) to enjoy being in nature while learning about the natural world. Everything in this program is designed to help your child learn about birds, plants and simple things like the sky and the snow and how fun it is to be outdoors, even in winter.

Adventurers will meet Friday morning in the parking lot of the Horseshoe Lodge shortly before 10 am.

9112 Pueblo Mountain Park Road
Beulah, CO 81023

This hike is FREE for members
and $5 for nonmembers.

Dave Van Manen Nature ToddlersYour guide will be the park’s Executive Director, Dave van Manen, the nationally-known children’s musician. “Ranger Dave” is excellently suited for leading the hike. He has worked in the education field for nearly forty years.  He also wrote a guide to the plants of the park and surrounding area, Plants of Pueblo Mountain Park.

Spamalot Comes to Pueblo


Comedy, commentary, culture

For the young at heart, ages 13+





A fun and affordable play, Spamalot can be enjoyed on several levels, making it a perfect outing for families and Monty Python fans alike.  This play includes catchy music, a somewhat random story, with obvious and subtle cultural commentary and satire.


ticketTicket prices range from $11-$19. Order online HERE

Feb 14, 21, 27, 28 @ 7:30

Feb 15, 22 @2:00

March 1 @ 2:00




Damon Runyon Repertory Theater

611 N. Main St.

Pueblo, CO 81003

Coach Carter Comes to Pueblo

Motivational speaker, entrepreneur, basketball coach, author

Come hear Coach Ken Carter speak Tuesday, January 20th, on the campus of Colorado State University – Pueblo. Admission is free and the presentation runs from 7pm until 9pm  in the Occhiato Center Ballroom


2200 Bonforte Blvd.

Pueblo, CO, 81001



His Coach Ken Carter Foundation provides

  • guidance and instruction in personal development, academics and athletics to improve conditions for youth and their neighborhoods
  • funds to individuals and small, community based organizations that are dedicated to the advancement and welfare of education for Student-Athletes
  • programs that promote self esteem and encourage excellence in the education, family unit, and community service.



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