Pueblo Events, Coupons, Reviews!
Nov. 20th - Mar. 31st
Tubing! Buy Three Get One Free!
Buy three one hr tubing tickets and get the fourth one hour tubing ticket for FREE! Valid for the 2020-2021 Season. Check our website and facebook for updates on snow conditions, closures, and updates!
Expires: Mar. 31st, 2021
Dec. 14th - Aug. 16th
Get your kids back outside this summer! Using time-tested curriculum, our experienced instructors empower your campers of all ages and skill levels to bike, hike, rock climb and paddle in awesome outdoor recreation areas. Kids gain a deeper appreciation for the outdoors and the confidence and technical skills they need to choose active, outdoor lifestyles. Day and overnight camp locations across the Bay Area of CA, the Front Range in CO, and in Portland and Bend, OR. We practice safe and effective COVID-19 protocols and have flexible cancellation policies. Spots are filling fast! Visit our website today for more details.
Join us virtually on March 10 from 9:30 - 11:00 a.m.to learn about about the constellations - a brief history and how to see them in the night sky. Get a brief tutorial about re-aligning your backyard telescope. Then be guided through fun, at-home activities which will bring stargazing and the constellations to life!
Jennifer Gaona presents for teachers the ins and outs of "Bush News" for elementary and secondary students. Viewers can ask Mrs. Gaona, a well-established leader of curriculum, questions about tailoring this program to their classroom.
"Bush News" challenges challenges students to look deeper at several pieces of major legislation, including the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Clean Air Act.
Join us on Facebook Live at https://www.facebook.com/bush41library/ on March 10, 2021 at 12:00-12:20 PM CT.
Or register at Connect2texas.net to receive a free recording of the program after after the live program. 1. Create an account. 2. Click on the events tab and filter for "George H.W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum," then select "Bush News - Professional Development" from the list.
Registration help: Contact Lori Hamm-Neckar at email@example.com or 8177407156
Calling all girls! Join WOW! Children's Museum for How to Be a Scientist our 3rd annual celebration of Girls in Science! During this live virtual Zoom event, girls ages 3 and up will get to meet real female scientists and explore science activities at home with a hands-on kit! Girls will have the chance to see women from a variety of STEM careers, and interact along at home with special activities. Girls will also learn that they can be a scientist both as a future career and right now in their everyday lives!
Special Guests* & Activities Include:
-A live Q&A with an animal ambassador from Denver Zoo
-Geologist/computer programmer/CO State Representative Brianna Titone
-Noelle Ozimek, MS, from Brigham and Women's Hospital (Boston) and Harvard Medical School
-An interactive experiment from Pfizer
-An electric vehicles activity from Xcel Energy
-An interactive physics and engineering activity from STROBE
-Guests from NCAR/UCAR
-A chemistry activity from Victoria Hale, M.S. Ed., Chemistry Teacher at Mercy Academy
*Special guests subject to change.
Live Spanish translation will be available. Zoom link and password will be sent to all registrants approximately one week before the event.
Tickets & Registration:
Event tickets include access to the live event via Zoom and an activity kit to use at home during the event. Advance registration required.
$10 per non-member family
$8 per member family
Purchase online: https://68348.blackbaudhosting.com/68348/Virtual-Girls-in-Science---General-Public
Girls in Science is generously sponsored by STROBE, Xcel Energy and Donna Charlevoix & Glen Romine.
Mar. 23rd - 27th
Join us March 23-27 for Spring Break at the Discovery Center!
Experience daily themed labs to get your kids hands-on experience with their favorite parts of space!
Daily Lab Session a.m.: 11:00 a.m. - noon
Daily Lab Session p.m.: 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Adult supervision is required at all times during Spring Break.
Topics throughout the week: Automatons, Wearable Tech, Robotic Grabber, Scribbledots, Junk Engineering
Join us virtually on March 24 from 9:30 - 11:00 a.m. to learn about the exoplanets - what are they, how do astronomers find them, and how do we know what they are made of? Then be guided through fun, at-home activities which will spark your creativity and fire your imagination about exoplanets!
Join us outside at Space Foundation's Discovery Center on March 26 from 8:30 - 9:00 p.m., where we'll have our telescopes out in the parking lot and we'll be taking socially-distant turns looking at the first Supermoon of the year.
Mar. 30th - Apr. 3rd
Sunshine Music Together, the eight-time ParentMap Golden Teddy Award Winner for Best Music Program in Seattle, is taking registrations now for their online spring session! Register for a free sample class before the start of the session at https://bit.ly/SunshineMusicTogetherDemo.
Classes begin April 5th and include 10 weekly live online music classes (choose from either Zoom or Facebook Live platforms) and a beautifully illustrated songbook and CD mailed to your home! In addition to this, you'll have exclusive access to recorded live classes to view on demand each week! You could have music class every day of the week if you'd like! Experience the joy of family music making right in your living room.
Music Together is a research-based, internationally recognized early-childhood music development program for children aged birth to eight and their parents or caregivers. Classes include songs, rhythmic rhymes, movement, and instrument play - forty-five minutes of pure fun with your child every week!
Check out the spring schedule of classes at http://bit.ly/SpringMusicSchedule, and watch a video to learn what a Music Together Class is all about at https://bit.ly/FamilyTestimonials.
We invite you to one of our newest Zoo events, Silent Night. Our busy lives are often filled with schedules, responsibilities and noise. Connect with our animals peacefully and quietly, while enjoying the natural beauty of Cheyenne Mountain Zoo. Guests are encouraged to turn off their phones, quiet their voices and tap into their own mindfulness at this after-hours Zoo event.
For this evening, the Zoo will embrace only the sounds of our animals and surrounding nature. Come prepared for a peacefully quiet evening away from the commotion of the city below.
Purchase your ticket at the Admission Gate on the night of the event.
Discounted tickets (members, seniors and military) can be purchased at the Admission Gate when accompanied by a valid form of identification. (For a list of accepted military identifiers, please visit cmzoo.org/silentnight.)
For all the details, please visit cmzoo.org/silentnight.