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The Cultural Office of the Pikes Peak Region (COPPeR) is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) local arts agency whose mission is “Connecting residents and visitors with arts & culture to enrich the Pikes Peak region.” Governed by an engaged Board of Directors, and with the leadership and passion of a small but dedicated staff, our work at the Cultural Office is all about elevating the visibility, value, and impact of the creative sector in our community.

COMMUNITY EVENTS


Indian Restaurant Favorites

06-17-2021 - 06-17-2021

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Friday Night Improv

06-18-2021 - 06-18-2021

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Breakfast Pastries with Steffi's Confections

06-18-2021 - 06-18-2021

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Hennessy 6

06-19-2021 - 06-19-2021

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The Long Run: An Eagles Tribute Band

06-18-2021 - 06-19-2021

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Buffalo Birthday Bash

06-19-2021 - 06-19-2021

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'Resurgence:' An Original Dance Show

06-18-2021 - 06-20-2021

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Victor Gem & Mineral Show

06-18-2021 - 06-20-2021

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Front Porch Series: Blue Frog with David Musante

06-20-2021 - 06-20-2021

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Grilling Secrets: How To Buy & Grill A Steak

06-22-2021 - 06-22-2021

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Green Box Arts Festival: ArtDesk Conversation with Jim Raughton

06-23-2021 - 06-23-2021

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Illegal Cheeze on the Front Porch

06-23-2021 - 06-23-2021

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African Curry #6

Presented by Gather Food Studio & Spice Shop at Online/Virtual Space

June 29, 2021

“Curry” dishes are not just limited to India. In this hugely flavorful class, we are going to talk about the spice route and how that led to the European colonization of some African/Indian countries and how spices from Indonesia and the sub-continent of India as well as “Curry” dishes traveled from their homelands and ended up making their ways into the culture of other countries cuisines! Each of these curries are unique unto themselves and we will talk about how these dishes took...

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“Curry” dishes are not just limited to India. In this hugely flavorful class, we are going to talk about the spice route and how that led to the European colonization of some African/Indian countries and how spices from Indonesia and the sub-continent of India as well as “Curry” dishes traveled from their homelands and ended up making their ways into the culture of other countries cuisines! Each of these curries are unique unto themselves and we will talk about how these dishes took on their variations due to what was indigenous in other countries.

There will be a NEW African Curry class monthly throughout 2021. This is an online, live & interactive cooking class. Gather will provide the recipes, shopping list, prep and equipment list 7 days prior to your class. Food will be cooked in your own kitchen with your own equipment. Each recipe serves 4.

On the menu:

  • Makrouna (Italian Influenced Pasta Dish) – very different from the Somalian Pasta dish in March!
  • Ajloog – Roasted Pepper and Eggplant Salad
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Dates & times

Tue, Jun 29 @ 6:00 pm

Admission

$25

(719) 308-2992

dcook@gatherfoodstudio.com

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Curbside Culture Returns

The Cultural Office is excited to announce that we’re bringing back Curbside Culture with the warmer weather! Launched last year during the pandemic, Curbside Culture

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