These are indicators that the cultural life of the Pikes Peak region is roaring back. If you haven’t checked out Peak Radar recently, now’s a great time to reconnect! Whether you want to list your next event or plan your next big adventure, there’s always something happening on Peak Radar.
PeakRadar.com Breaks Records
June was an exciting month for PeakRadar.com! The Pikes Peak region’s arts & culture website recorded over 36,000 users, 44,000 sessions, and 85,000 page views – all of which are all-time records for a single month. Including partner websites that take its event feeds, Peak Radar event content reached over 159,000 users in June. Additionally, 250 events were listed to the site, the most in a single month since before the pandemic.
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The Cultural Office’s next exhibition will be ‘Sonata (redefined): A Painted Composition in Four Movements,’ a collection of plein air watercolor paintings by Marjorie Vernelle.