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February 2, 2023

You Should Have Seen It: Pueblo's Mineral Palace

Thursday, Feb 2, 10:00 am - 4:00 pm, El Pueblo History Museum, 301 N. Union Ave., Pueblo

Puebloans have enjoyed the Mineral Palace Park for decades, but many may not know its colorful history and grandiose beginnings.You Should’ve Seen It: Pueblo’s Mineral Palace follows the strange and little-known history of the Colorado Mineral Palace, which despite being an icon of the state and the city in the first half of the twentieth century, drifted into urban legend and folklore in the second half. Museum curators have assembled oral histories, artifacts, archival documents, historic photographs, newspaper clippings, and more to tell the story of a palace built to showcase Colorado’s mineral riches. The exhibit opens on Friday, September 9 at History Colorado’s El Pueblo History Museum and will be housed in the museum’s International Hall. Locals will be pleased to learn that the beloved jeweled miniature of the Mineral Palace made by Carlos Otero is returning to El Pueblo History Museum after spending a few years at the History Colorado Center as part of the Zoom In exhibit.


D&D Learn to Play at Chaos

Thursday, Feb 2, 6:00 pm, Chaos, Games and More, 4065 Club Manor Drive, Pueblo

Learn to play Dungeons & Dragons at Chaos, Games & More weekly in Pueblo ...


February 3, 2023

You Should Have Seen It: Pueblo's Mineral Palace

Friday, Feb 3, 10:00 am - 4:00 pm, El Pueblo History Museum, 301 N. Union Ave., Pueblo

Puebloans have enjoyed the Mineral Palace Park for decades, but many may not know its colorful history and grandiose beginnings.You Should’ve Seen It: Pueblo’s Mineral Palace follows the strange and little-known history of the Colorado Mineral Palace, which despite being an icon of the state and the city in the first half of the twentieth century, drifted into urban legend and folklore in the second half. Museum curators have assembled oral histories, artifacts, archival documents, historic photographs, newspaper clippings, and more to tell the story of a palace built to showcase Colorado’s mineral riches. The exhibit opens on Friday, September 9 at History Colorado’s El Pueblo History Museum and will be housed in the museum’s International Hall. Locals will be pleased to learn that the beloved jeweled miniature of the Mineral Palace made by Carlos Otero is returning to El Pueblo History Museum after spending a few years at the History Colorado Center as part of the Zoom In exhibit.


Wellbriety Support Meeting

Friday, Feb 3, 2:00 pm, The Center for Inner Peace, 740 W. 15th St., Pueblo

"The term Wellbriety is an affirmation that recovery is more than the removal of alcohol and other drugs from an otherwise unchanged life. Wellbriety is a larger change in personal identity and values and a visible change in one's relationship with others" from the big book: "The Red Road to Wellbriety In The Native American Way" White Bison, Inc 2002.

2 p.m. every other Friday


Heart of Art

Friday, Feb 3, 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm, Steel City Art Works, 216 S. Union Ave., Pueblo

Steel City Art Works will host an opening reception with complimentary refreshments during “Heart of Art,” on First Friday Art Walk, Feb. 3, 5 to 8 p.m., 216 S. Union Ave., Pueblo. This month’s focus is jewelry. The evening includes two art demonstrations: Faye Blankenhorn will show how to create unique chain mail jewelry, and Chuck McGee will explain ink brush painting, giving visitors the opportunity to paint on rice paper. Also, the Timberline Plein Air Show will fill out the Back Room Gallery featuring local artists and their high elevation views of Colorado. Visit and chat with the artists who will be present to talk about their work and answer your questions. The show will hang all month.

Said Diana LaMorris, gallery manager, “This month's focus is not only on jewelry, but on our jewelry artists, who create unique, one-of-a-kind pieces, from wire and natural stone to fused glass and sterling silver. It’s a great time to pick out that special piece that will delight the giver and make Valentine’s Day even more special.”

Steel City Art Works Gallery is an artist community celebrating 15 years of great art in Pueblo. Known as “A Community of Creators,” the Gallery boasts 40 local artists offering a diverse selection of art forms, including local writers. Each month the Gallery hosts featured artists as well as themed shows. For more information about the artists and upcoming events, call 719-542-6838, email steelcityartworks@gmail.com, visit the website for videos at steelcityartworks.org, follow on Facebook to see new art daily, explore Instagram, or take a virtual tour on google maps. The Gallery is open free to the public Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sunday, 12 to 4 p.m.


Ladies Night Out-Self-Defense Training

Friday, Feb 3, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm, Rocky Mountain Empowerment Center, 330 Lake Ave., Pueblo

Ladies! Be Safe. Be Smart. Be Empowered. Self-Defense is not always about punching and kicking.
COBRA teaches a set of skills that will enhance your awarness,communication and physical skills.
Cost is $39


an evening with morgan j cox. yoga + live music

Friday, Feb 3, 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm, Ren Yoga Flow, 110 W Fifth St., Pueblo

an evening with morgan j cox. yoga + live music If you live in Pueblo and haven't seen Morgan J Cox perform around town, you are missing out! Raise YOUR vibration with an evening of Morgan Cox performing live at Ren Yoga Flow. Music impacts us in so many wonderful ways. And the practice of yoga benefits us in so many ways. On Friday, February 3, we will bring the two together, deepening our experience and connection to the self. About the performer Hello everybody. My name is Morgan J Cox. I'm a singer-songwriter and a local performer here in Pueblo, Colorado. I have a passion for writing original songs and performing them. I like to say that there's a fire burning inside me and it has a musical fuel that keeps it ignited. I like to call my music therapeutic because it's mainly focused on events and scenarios that I've been through and overcame. Or, often times, it's something that I'm going through. I hope you guys enjoy my collective sound of rap, hip hop, jazz, rock, and musical Improv. Thank you for your time and let's all have a good time!


February 4, 2023

You Should Have Seen It: Pueblo's Mineral Palace

Saturday, Feb 4, 10:00 am - 4:00 pm, El Pueblo History Museum, 301 N. Union Ave., Pueblo

Puebloans have enjoyed the Mineral Palace Park for decades, but many may not know its colorful history and grandiose beginnings.You Should’ve Seen It: Pueblo’s Mineral Palace follows the strange and little-known history of the Colorado Mineral Palace, which despite being an icon of the state and the city in the first half of the twentieth century, drifted into urban legend and folklore in the second half. Museum curators have assembled oral histories, artifacts, archival documents, historic photographs, newspaper clippings, and more to tell the story of a palace built to showcase Colorado’s mineral riches. The exhibit opens on Friday, September 9 at History Colorado’s El Pueblo History Museum and will be housed in the museum’s International Hall. Locals will be pleased to learn that the beloved jeweled miniature of the Mineral Palace made by Carlos Otero is returning to El Pueblo History Museum after spending a few years at the History Colorado Center as part of the Zoom In exhibit.


Star Wars: Legion

Saturday, Feb 4, 1:00 pm, Chaos, Games and More, 4065 Club Manor Drive, Pueblo

February 5, 2023

You Should Have Seen It: Pueblo's Mineral Palace

Sunday, Feb 5, 10:00 am - 4:00 pm, El Pueblo History Museum, 301 N. Union Ave., Pueblo

Puebloans have enjoyed the Mineral Palace Park for decades, but many may not know its colorful history and grandiose beginnings.You Should’ve Seen It: Pueblo’s Mineral Palace follows the strange and little-known history of the Colorado Mineral Palace, which despite being an icon of the state and the city in the first half of the twentieth century, drifted into urban legend and folklore in the second half. Museum curators have assembled oral histories, artifacts, archival documents, historic photographs, newspaper clippings, and more to tell the story of a palace built to showcase Colorado’s mineral riches. The exhibit opens on Friday, September 9 at History Colorado’s El Pueblo History Museum and will be housed in the museum’s International Hall. Locals will be pleased to learn that the beloved jeweled miniature of the Mineral Palace made by Carlos Otero is returning to El Pueblo History Museum after spending a few years at the History Colorado Center as part of the Zoom In exhibit.


Board game night at Chaos

Sunday, Feb 5, 6:00 pm, Chaos, Games and More, 4065 Club Manor Drive, Pueblo

February 6, 2023

You Should Have Seen It: Pueblo's Mineral Palace

Monday, Feb 6, 10:00 am - 4:00 pm, El Pueblo History Museum, 301 N. Union Ave., Pueblo

Puebloans have enjoyed the Mineral Palace Park for decades, but many may not know its colorful history and grandiose beginnings.You Should’ve Seen It: Pueblo’s Mineral Palace follows the strange and little-known history of the Colorado Mineral Palace, which despite being an icon of the state and the city in the first half of the twentieth century, drifted into urban legend and folklore in the second half. Museum curators have assembled oral histories, artifacts, archival documents, historic photographs, newspaper clippings, and more to tell the story of a palace built to showcase Colorado’s mineral riches. The exhibit opens on Friday, September 9 at History Colorado’s El Pueblo History Museum and will be housed in the museum’s International Hall. Locals will be pleased to learn that the beloved jeweled miniature of the Mineral Palace made by Carlos Otero is returning to El Pueblo History Museum after spending a few years at the History Colorado Center as part of the Zoom In exhibit.


Magic: The Gathering Commander at Chaos

Monday, Feb 6, 6:00 pm, Chaos, Games and More, 4065 Club Manor Drive, Pueblo

February 7, 2023

You Should Have Seen It: Pueblo's Mineral Palace

Tuesday, Feb 7, 10:00 am - 4:00 pm, El Pueblo History Museum, 301 N. Union Ave., Pueblo

Puebloans have enjoyed the Mineral Palace Park for decades, but many may not know its colorful history and grandiose beginnings.You Should’ve Seen It: Pueblo’s Mineral Palace follows the strange and little-known history of the Colorado Mineral Palace, which despite being an icon of the state and the city in the first half of the twentieth century, drifted into urban legend and folklore in the second half. Museum curators have assembled oral histories, artifacts, archival documents, historic photographs, newspaper clippings, and more to tell the story of a palace built to showcase Colorado’s mineral riches. The exhibit opens on Friday, September 9 at History Colorado’s El Pueblo History Museum and will be housed in the museum’s International Hall. Locals will be pleased to learn that the beloved jeweled miniature of the Mineral Palace made by Carlos Otero is returning to El Pueblo History Museum after spending a few years at the History Colorado Center as part of the Zoom In exhibit.


Startup Pueblo: February Meetup

Tuesday, Feb 7, 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm, Brue's Alehouse Brewing Co., 20 Riverwalk Place, Pueblo, CO 81003, Pueblo

Listen to Reegan Young, Founder of A New Leaf Therapy — voted best Mental Healthcare provider of 2022. Young is an expert in therapy for trauma, anxiety disorders, and depression. She has 20 years of experience working with these issues in a variety of settings, including private practice, hospitals, residential treatment centers, and community mental health centers. Check it out and bring someone else who needs to learn how to but their practice into creating their own business!


Wand Making Class

Tuesday, Feb 7, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm, Karmic Konnection, 125 E. Abriendo Ave., Pueblo

Please note that this class takes place in the basement level of Karmic Konnection, which is accessible via staircase only. Date: February 7th, 2023 Time: 6pm-8pm Cost: $55 This class is limited to 13 participants; registration availability is first-come-first-serve. Instructor Lisa Camerlo will guide students in the ancient art of wand making. Wands have been used by magical practitioners for centuries, helping them to control and direct energies. Lisa will instruct students in the basics of wand making, turning simple sticks into magical tools. Wood, stones, feathers, ribbons and more will be provided to craft your own unique personal magick wand. About the Instructor Lisa Camerlo of "Raven Readings by Lisa" is a gifted psychic medium that utilizes several means of divination. She specializes in palmistry because touch is one of her many gifts. She also offers many types of insight through Tarot to Gypsy runes and traditional Gypsy oracle cards. Lisa utilizes many of the old European religious beliefs of her culture in her readings. Her Italian and Greek descent allow her to utilize the old traditional ways of reading. Lisa has been in practice for over 30 years, traveling the spiritual fair circuit and music festival as well as small shops. Lisa has been the keynote speaker for the history department at Colorado College on Occult practices along with teaching psychic development and other holistic topics in small shops across the country. Click to Register


February 8, 2023

You Should Have Seen It: Pueblo's Mineral Palace

Wednesday, Feb 8, 10:00 am - 4:00 pm, El Pueblo History Museum, 301 N. Union Ave., Pueblo

Puebloans have enjoyed the Mineral Palace Park for decades, but many may not know its colorful history and grandiose beginnings.You Should’ve Seen It: Pueblo’s Mineral Palace follows the strange and little-known history of the Colorado Mineral Palace, which despite being an icon of the state and the city in the first half of the twentieth century, drifted into urban legend and folklore in the second half. Museum curators have assembled oral histories, artifacts, archival documents, historic photographs, newspaper clippings, and more to tell the story of a palace built to showcase Colorado’s mineral riches. The exhibit opens on Friday, September 9 at History Colorado’s El Pueblo History Museum and will be housed in the museum’s International Hall. Locals will be pleased to learn that the beloved jeweled miniature of the Mineral Palace made by Carlos Otero is returning to El Pueblo History Museum after spending a few years at the History Colorado Center as part of the Zoom In exhibit.


NAMI Peer-to-Peer

Wednesday, Feb 8, 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm, , , https://forms.gle/8MLZcrdEdQ1TuUDJ8

Wednesdays Starting 02/01/2023 to 03/15/2023

5:30 pm-7:30 pm

This zero-cost peer-led course provides a confidential place to learn from shared experiences in an environment of sincere, uncritical acceptance. No specific medication or medical therapy is endorsed or recommended. Our Core Philosophy informs the course’s approach. 

Participation in the course gives you an opportunity to gain tangible resources – personalized plans, strategies for potential events in the future and information – as well as a deeper understanding of your personal recovery process. 

A toolkit of information 

  • Up-to-date research on brain biology. 
  • Mental illness symptoms and their relationship to 

personal experiences. 

  • Personalized awareness grid. 
  • Tools to prepare for interactions with healthcare providers. 
  • Skills for making decisions and reducing stress. 
  • Wisdom from shared experiences. 

What People Are Saying

“I am now aware that I’m not alone. I’d like to become more involved with NAMI and advocacy.”

“I’ve really learned how to cope with my triggers better, and I’m now on the path to truly loving myself.”


February 9, 2023

You Should Have Seen It: Pueblo's Mineral Palace

Thursday, Feb 9, 10:00 am - 4:00 pm, El Pueblo History Museum, 301 N. Union Ave., Pueblo

Puebloans have enjoyed the Mineral Palace Park for decades, but many may not know its colorful history and grandiose beginnings.You Should’ve Seen It: Pueblo’s Mineral Palace follows the strange and little-known history of the Colorado Mineral Palace, which despite being an icon of the state and the city in the first half of the twentieth century, drifted into urban legend and folklore in the second half. Museum curators have assembled oral histories, artifacts, archival documents, historic photographs, newspaper clippings, and more to tell the story of a palace built to showcase Colorado’s mineral riches. The exhibit opens on Friday, September 9 at History Colorado’s El Pueblo History Museum and will be housed in the museum’s International Hall. Locals will be pleased to learn that the beloved jeweled miniature of the Mineral Palace made by Carlos Otero is returning to El Pueblo History Museum after spending a few years at the History Colorado Center as part of the Zoom In exhibit.


D&D Learn to Play at Chaos

Thursday, Feb 9, 6:00 pm, Chaos, Games and More, 4065 Club Manor Drive, Pueblo

Learn to play Dungeons & Dragons at Chaos, Games & More weekly in Pueblo ...


February 10, 2023

You Should Have Seen It: Pueblo's Mineral Palace

Friday, Feb 10, 10:00 am - 4:00 pm, El Pueblo History Museum, 301 N. Union Ave., Pueblo

Puebloans have enjoyed the Mineral Palace Park for decades, but many may not know its colorful history and grandiose beginnings.You Should’ve Seen It: Pueblo’s Mineral Palace follows the strange and little-known history of the Colorado Mineral Palace, which despite being an icon of the state and the city in the first half of the twentieth century, drifted into urban legend and folklore in the second half. Museum curators have assembled oral histories, artifacts, archival documents, historic photographs, newspaper clippings, and more to tell the story of a palace built to showcase Colorado’s mineral riches. The exhibit opens on Friday, September 9 at History Colorado’s El Pueblo History Museum and will be housed in the museum’s International Hall. Locals will be pleased to learn that the beloved jeweled miniature of the Mineral Palace made by Carlos Otero is returning to El Pueblo History Museum after spending a few years at the History Colorado Center as part of the Zoom In exhibit.


February 11, 2023

You Should Have Seen It: Pueblo's Mineral Palace

Saturday, Feb 11, 10:00 am - 4:00 pm, El Pueblo History Museum, 301 N. Union Ave., Pueblo

Puebloans have enjoyed the Mineral Palace Park for decades, but many may not know its colorful history and grandiose beginnings.You Should’ve Seen It: Pueblo’s Mineral Palace follows the strange and little-known history of the Colorado Mineral Palace, which despite being an icon of the state and the city in the first half of the twentieth century, drifted into urban legend and folklore in the second half. Museum curators have assembled oral histories, artifacts, archival documents, historic photographs, newspaper clippings, and more to tell the story of a palace built to showcase Colorado’s mineral riches. The exhibit opens on Friday, September 9 at History Colorado’s El Pueblo History Museum and will be housed in the museum’s International Hall. Locals will be pleased to learn that the beloved jeweled miniature of the Mineral Palace made by Carlos Otero is returning to El Pueblo History Museum after spending a few years at the History Colorado Center as part of the Zoom In exhibit.


CLASS: Reiki II

Saturday, Feb 11, 11:00 am - 1:30 pm, Karmic Konnection, 125 E. Abriendo Ave., Pueblo

Please note that this class takes place in the basement level of Karmic Konnection, which is accessible via staircase only.

Date: February 11th, 2023
Time: 11 AM - 1:30 PM
Cost: $175
This class is limited to 10 participants; registration availability is first-come-first-serve. To register for this class, click the Book Now button below.

Reiki Level II is your continued journey into the healing practice of Reiki. With Reiki I you learned about the history of Reiki and received your first attunement to channel Reiki, as well as practicing the hand placements for yourself.

Level I is about Healing the Healer. Level II is where you learn about giving Reiki to others. You will learn powerful Reiki symbols including one for Distance Reiki! After receiving your Level II attunement, we will head into my Healing Sanctuary to practice on each other!

You will also receive packets containing the symbols as well as other useful information.

Click to learn more


Star Wars: Legion

Saturday, Feb 11, 1:00 pm, Chaos, Games and More, 4065 Club Manor Drive, Pueblo

Fasching 2023

Saturday, Feb 11, 8:00 pm - 12:30 am, Union Depot, 132 W. B St., Pueblo

FASCHING 2023

Saturday, February 11, 2023. Doors open at 7:30pm. Band starts at 8:00 pm. Ends 12:30am. THE PUEBLO UNION DEPOT, 132 W B St, Pueblo, CO 81003

$15 CASH at the door. Drinks are available for purchase (cash or card). There is no food at this event, so eat before you come. We’ll have some munchies on the tables.  More Information: https://www.faschingpueblo.com/

Why? Because everyone loves a FUN PARTY! And, to help raise monies for the scholarship fund.

Who can attend? This is a public event. Must be 21+ What this is like? This is a big, fun costume party – like Mardi Gras, Karneval and Halloween have come together and exploded! There will be random silliness, a bit of mischief and surprise stints.

What to wear? Costumes are encouraged. You could wear a Masquerade costume, a Halloween costume or your very own creation. Or just come as you are!

Disclaimer: We reserve the right to not admit persons wearing costumes that are politically offensive, disrespectful to German history or otherwise inappropriate.)

What to expect? -Women’s Hula-Hoop Contest (hula hoops provided) -Men’s Booty Shake Contest -Costume March -Costume Contest (categories: Best of Show – Man, Woman and Couple, Scariest, Funniest, Sexiest and Most Creative) -The ever-popular Glockenspiel Pot Dance -Speed Bier Drinking Contest -Lots of Fun

What can I do with my coat? There will be a coat check available (for a small donation).

Anything else? Guest Bürgermeister (mayor) John Brown, comedian, will host. König (king) and Königin (queen) will reign over the event and will select the winners for the costume contest.

Is this a fundraiser? Yes, proceeds from this even benefit the Pueblo German American Club’s scholarship fund.

Need a hotel room? The Marriott Courtyard is offering a $104 rate for a room for Fasching guests! For call-in reservations at 719-542-3200. Please be sure to ask for the “Fasching” group block to receive the discounted rate. To book online: https://www.marriott.com/event-reservations/reservation-link.mi?id=1673574368055&key=GRP&app=resvlink Book by January 8. Please read their cancellation policy.


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