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“A Tale of Two Husteds” lecture by Jack Anthony
“A Tale of Two Husteds” lecture by Jack Anthony things to do on a rainy day in Colorado Springs, CO
Next Month, Apr 10, 2017 (Monday) Children event in Colorado Springs, CO USA

The second presentation of "A Tale of Two Husteds"!


6th Annual Kids Free Day
6th Annual Kids Free Day things to do on a rainy day in Colorado Springs, CO
Museum in Woodland Park, CO USA

This annual event presents an opportunity to bring the whole family out for a day of education and entertainment with Marc Straub of “Cool Science”. He will have shows at 11:30am and 2:00pm and will be here all day for hands on activities.

A Salute to the Red, White and Blue
A Salute to the Red, White and Blue things to do on a rainy day in Colorado Springs, CO
Museum in Woodland Park, CO USA

Veteran's Day Celebration for kids It’s a salute to the Red, White, and Blue! In honor of our Veterans the Dinosaur Resource Center will feature patriotic animal stories by Cathy Kelsay There also will be stories about turkeys to honor Thanksgiving.

A visit with Mrs. Claus
A visit with Mrs. Claus things to do on a rainy day in Colorado Springs, CO
Museum in Woodland Park, CO USA

Ho! Ho! Ho! Mrs. Claus along with Santa will be visiting the Dinosaur Resource Center for some Christmas merriment. Mrs. Claus will have all her puppet friends including her Christmas mouse join her for holiday stories, songs, poems, and excitement.

Body Work
Body Work things to do on a rainy day in Colorado Springs, CO
Art Gallery in Manitou Springs, CO USA

An exhibit of figural drawing Study of the human figure is one of the oldest, and most difficult, themes in the visual arts. It is believed that figure drawing was studied as early as prehistoric times and that, even then, nude models were used.


Cave of The Winds
Cave of The Winds things to do on a rainy day in Colorado Springs, CO
Tour in Manitou Springs, CO USA

Join us for a day of family fun and adventure. Choose between three fun filled tours or try our Wind Walker Challenge. Enjoy mystery? Come experience our NEW Murder Mystery Dinner Theater, £Pain of Glass.¥

CityROCK Climbing Center, Colorado Springs
CityROCK Climbing Center, Colorado Springs things to do on a rainy day in Colorado Springs, CO
Recreation in Colorado Springs, CO USA

CLIMB, CLIMB, CLIMB at the newest, tallest (43 feet!) climbing gym in the state. Want to go outside? Our AMGA/PCIA certified guides can teach and take you anywhere you want to go, including our exclusive access to climbing on private land. CityROCK Climbing Center, Colorado Springs in Colorado Springs, CO. CityROCK is located at 21 N. Nevada Ave. in Colorado Springs, CO. The building originally housed the Ute Theatre, a landmark in Colorado Springs that closed in 1984.

Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum
Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum things to do on a rainy day in Colorado Springs, CO
Museum in Colorado Springs, CO USA

Located downtown in the restored 1903 El Paso County Courthouse, preserving the history culture of the Pikes Peak Region. In 2009, featuring exhibits to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Pikes Peak or Bust Gold Rush.

Colors of the Landscape
Colors of the Landscape things to do on a rainy day in Colorado Springs, CO
Shopping in Manitou Springs, CO USA

Three artists will be showing their unique take on landscape Kathy Hutton is working in pastels and charcoal to bring her surrealist inspired drawings to life. Her images are drawn from her home on the Eastern plains and feature tornados, cattle and deer horns, and flying houses.


Cripple Creek District Museum
Cripple Creek District Museum things to do on a rainy day in Colorado Springs, CO
Museum in Cripple Creek, CO USA

Three buildings filled with Cripple Creek gold rush history, great artifacts, Victorian rooms, gift shop, turn-of-the-century assay office, historical gold rush photos.

Dinosaur Depot Museum
Dinosaur Depot Museum things to do on a rainy day in Colorado Springs, CO
Museum in Canon City, CO USA

A gem located in one of the best places in the world to see fossils and rocks where dinosaurs are found. Among our dinosaurs on display, is the world's most complete Stegosaurus.

Dr. Lester L. Williams Fire Museum
Dr. Lester L. Williams Fire Museum things to do on a rainy day in Colorado Springs, CO
Museum in Colorado Springs, CO USA

This collection was donated to and is presently in the possession of the Friends of Dr. Lester L. Williams Committee and on display and available to the public. Dr. Lester L.

Exhibit Lecture by Mindy S. Vogel
Exhibit Lecture by Mindy S. Vogel things to do on a rainy day in Colorado Springs, CO
Next Month, Apr 13, 2017 (Thursday) History event in Colorado Springs, CO USA

Come to WMMI to enjoy a lecture by Mindy S. Vogel On April 13 at 7pm, Mindy S. Vogel, a Forest Service geologist, will present a lecture entitled “Rock, Paper, Forest Service: A Summary of Mining and Permitting on Forest Service Lands.

Father's Day at DRC
Father's Day at DRC things to do on a rainy day in Colorado Springs, CO
Museum in Woodland Park, CO USA

Bring Dad to see the Dinosaurs! Fathers are FREE with 1 paid regular adult or child admission.

Free Scout Day
Free Scout Day things to do on a rainy day in Colorado Springs, CO
Museum in Woodland Park, CO USA

Scouts and leaders in uniform receive free admission to the DRC.

Free Scout Day-RESCHEDULED
Free Scout Day-RESCHEDULED things to do on a rainy day in Colorado Springs, CO
Museum in Woodland Park, CO USA

Free Scout Day rescheduled Due to the bad weather on Sat., March 9th. DRC is rescheduling our free Scout day to Sat., April 6th. Scouts and leaders in uniform receive free admission to the DRC.

Fun at the BOOseum
Fun at the BOOseum things to do on a rainy day in Colorado Springs, CO
Museum in Woodland Park, CO USA

Halloween fun at the Dinosaur Resource Center 18 miles west of Colorado Springs. From Denver take I-25 south (from Pueblo take I-25 north) to Colorado Springs exit 141 (24 west/Cimarron Street). At exit ramp light, make a left onto West Cimarron St. (Route 24 west). Continue on Route 24 to Woodland Park (18 miles).

Fun at the BOOSeum at RMDRC
Fun at the BOOSeum at RMDRC things to do on a rainy day in Colorado Springs, CO
Museum in Woodland Park, CO USA

Puppet workshop and costume contest At 1pm Cathy Kelsay will come dressed as a scarecrow and conduct a 1.5 hour children’s workshop to make your own bag puppet. (Supplies will be provided) Participate in a show with your puppet following the workshop.

Fur, Feathers, Scales and Skin
Fur, Feathers, Scales and Skin things to do on a rainy day in Colorado Springs, CO
Museum in Woodland Park, CO USA

18 miles west of Colorado Springs. From Denver take I-25 south (from Pueblo take I-25 north) to Colorado Springs exit 141 (24 west/Cimarron Street). At exit ramp light, make a left onto West Cimarron St. (Route 24 west). Continue on Route 24 to Woodland Park (18 miles).

Ghost Town Museum
Ghost Town Museum things to do on a rainy day in Colorado Springs, CO
Museum in Colorado Springs, CO USA

The museum display is contained in the original 1899 Colorado Midland railroad complex, and contains a complete town made from the very structures that were once decaying into the mountainside. Ghost Town Museum in Colorado Springs, CO is a fun and historic look back at the type of old west town that used to dot this region during the late 1800s and early 1900s.

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