Ten Things To Do this Weekend in Pueblo!
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The Pueblo Chieftain Veterans Day Parade, “Pueblo’s Salute to the Spirit of Our Veterans” will be held Saturday, November 8, 2014 at 10:00am and is hosted by the Greater Pueblo Chamber of Commerce. The Veterans Day Parade gives the community an opportunity to honor and say thank you to all of Pueblo’s military veterans. Please join us as we pay tribute to Pueblo’s Veterans!
The parade route runs along Union Avenue between East B Street and West 1st Street and begins at 10am!
2. Picnic at City Park:
Ok, sure – this isn’t an actual scheduled event, but it’s supposed to be 66*F on Saturday and sunny! So why no head to Pueblo’s City Park and check out the Pueblo Zoo, play at the playground, take your dog to the newly renovated Dog Park or get in a round of Disc Golf!
November 6th, 2014 through November 10th, 2014 ! From their facebook page: Sporting specialty on Thursday this week and full all breed show Friday Saturday Sunday Monday starting November 7th ! Dog obedience and rally competitions , lots of good vendors and food and fun!! Pueblo Fairgrounds! Be there ! starts at eight every morning goes most of the day!! Top Dogs from all over the country will be there!
Colorado State Fair Grounds
Head down to Mesa Junction Friday night for the First Friday Arts Walk! The Pueblo Creative Corridor’s First Friday Art Walk festivities begin at 5 p.m. on Nov. 7, and coincide with the Pueblo Arts Alliance Backstage Pass Fundraiser at El Pueblo History Museum, which begins at 7 p.m. But, at 5 p.m., enjoy the more than 35 art galleries, restaurants and businesses in the Creative Corridor. Ride the VanGO Art Shuttle for free, convenient traveling around the Creative Corridor loop with step-on, step-off service at 14 favorite locations. First Friday Art Walk activities are free
5. Pueblo Modern Saints & Sinners Tour
(From Pueblo Chamber Website!) 6th Annual Saints & Sinners Tour featuring Pueblo Modern; 40’s-60’s.
From 12-3 visit mid-century churches in Belmont.
At 3pm opt for ‘Linner’ with a presentation by mid-century modern expert, Hannah Haley, “Pueblo Modern Between the Sheets”.
4:30-7:30 visit mid-century modern taverns in Downtown Pueblo complete with celebrity bartenders.
Tickets for the self-guided tour are $10. Linner is an additional $15.
Proceeds support the Steelworks Center of the West.
Tickets 564-9086 x110. Information: firstname.lastname@example.org
6. Check out Picasso, Matisse and Chagall at the Sangre de Cristo Arts Center
Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, and Marc Chagall were among the trailblazers of their time, an era defined by artistic leaps in freedom from academia constraints. This private collection reinforces the sense of time that was 1920’s Paris and creates for the eye a feast of line play and compositional delight. Visitors to the exhibition will explore the imagery of expansive subjects ranging from the human body to family members and the Bible in a collection of lithographs, etchings, linocuts, and ceramics by these renowned artists. “This exhibit has not been seen by the public in over eight years,” says Liz Szabo, visual arts curator of the Sangre de Cristo Arts Center. “Pueblo is fortunate to have something so spectacular within their reach.”
7. Visit the Buell Children’s Museum
This is the last weekend to check out the H20 Picasso exhibit! (Next week the Children’s Museum will be closed while they set up their new exhibit!)
Get your creative juices flowing with Picasso, Matisse, Chagall and more with STREAM (Science, Technology, Reading, Engineering, Art, Math) activities. Hands-on educational experiences dive off of important artworks, all with the theme of water.
8. Take a Hike (or bike ride) at the Nature Center
This fall weather is perfect for spending time outdoors! And Saturday at 10 am they have a special program too!
November 8 – Muleys & White Tails – 10 am – NRCP Yurt
Oh Deer! Which is which? Did you know we have both mule deer and white tail deer in this area? Let’s see if you can tell the difference. We will study the two types of deer and then play a game to identify!
them. $1 members/$2 non-members
9. Take a “Walk with Hemingway” at the InfoZone Museum at Rawlings Library
Shawn Vidmar Devine of SOMuch! Productions, will fill the 4th floor gallery of the Rawlings Library with images under glass and on canvas of Earnest Hemingway’s Cuban Home, Finca Vigia. As an installation, visitors will get a sense of the time and place of Hemingway’s writing and the era of his ascent into literature. Get a first look at this inspiring art
10. Cheer on the CSU-Pueblo Volleyball Team!
Come out and support the CSU-Pueblo Volleyball team vs. Western New Mexico! The match starts at 7pm at CSU-Pueblo!