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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.

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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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Lunch and Learn: 'Then and Now' Photography Project

Presented by Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum at Online/Virtual Space

June 23, 2021

Colorado photographer Mike Pach of 3 Peaks Photography is helping the City of Colorado Springs celebrate COS150 with his own “then and now” photography project. Mike is replicating photos from the Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum, the Pikes Peak Library District and other archives in his own way while showcasing people who are doing amazing things in our community.

Mike’s project will culminate in an exhibit that will feature 50 pairs of photographs and will open on July 8, 2021 at...

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Colorado photographer Mike Pach of 3 Peaks Photography is helping the City of Colorado Springs celebrate COS150 with his own “then and now” photography project. Mike is replicating photos from the Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum, the Pikes Peak Library District and other archives in his own way while showcasing people who are doing amazing things in our community.

Mike’s project will culminate in an exhibit that will feature 50 pairs of photographs and will open on July 8, 2021 at Library 21c. The photos will be on display at this location for 2 months and then travel to various library branches and other venues for the next 6-12 months. The project is designed to celebrate the Colorado Springs sesquicentennial and educate the public about the history of the area. It has the backing of the mayor’s office and was recognized by Colorado Springs City Council on January 28, 2020 through an official proclamation.

Lunch and Learn programs are exclusive, one-time experiences designed to allow participants to engage with the presenters. These programs will only be offered to those who register and participate through the Zoom platform and will not be made available after the event.

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Dates & times

Wed, Jun 23 @ 12:00 pm

Admission

Free Registration required for Zoom link here.

(719) 385-5990

COSMuseum@coloradosprings.gov

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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