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October 6, 2022

Hun Yuan Qi Gong

Thursday, Oct 6, 10:00 am, Anahata Healing Yoga Studio, 3942 Ivywood Lane, Pueblo
  • Tuesdays and Thursdays - cost $5/class
  • (Wednesdays and Fridays on Zoom - no charge)
  • All classes at 10 a.m.

Information: Bob Marsh, instructor

Also Sundays at City Park Ballroom, George L. Williams Pavilion, 801 Goodnight Ave.

All classes sponsored by Senior Resource Development Agency and the Next 50 Initiative


You Should Have Seen It: Pueblo's Mineral Palace

Thursday, Oct 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.


Pathfinder RPG at Chaos

Thursday, Oct 6, 5:30 pm, Chaos, Games and More, 4065 Club Manor Drive, Pueblo

D&D Learn to Play at Chaos

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

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


Yu-Gi-Oh at Chaos

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

October 7, 2022

You Should Have Seen It: Pueblo's Mineral Palace

Friday, Oct 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.


CSU Pueblo Community Flute Choir

Friday, Oct 7, 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm, Colorado State University Pueblo, 2200 Bonforte Blvd., Pueblo

Flutists, come and join us in Pueblo! The CSUPueblo Community Flute Choir is a music ensemble made up of CSUPueblo students and intermedidate and advanced amateur flutists from our community. Rehearsals are held each Friday from 4-5:30 at Hoag Hall on the CSUP campus. We will be rehearsing for concerts that will be performed in our Pueblo community. Please email andrea.artley@csupueblo.edu with any questions.


Pueblo Historical Ghost Walk 2022: Famous Sites of Pueblo

Friday, Oct 7, 5:00 pm - 8:30 pm, El Pueblo History Museum, 301 N. Union Ave., Pueblo

Walking tours leave El Pueblo Museum every 15 minutes while stopping along the Historic Union Avenue and the Riverwalk District to hear from ghosts of Pueblo's historical past. The walking tour concludes at the Heritage Museum on the corner of B Street and Victoria.

Your support of the 2022 Pueblo Historical Ghost Walk supports the Pueblo Domestic Violence Community Task Force (DVTF) in creating awareness and eradicating domestic violence, intimate partner violence, and domestic abuse in our community with support and education. Member agencies include ACOVA, CASA of Pueblo, Catholic Charities, Colorado Legal Services, Intervention, Parkview Health System, Pueblo Child Advocacy Center, Pueblo County Sheriff's Office, Pueblo Police Department, Pueblo Rape Crisis Services, 10th Judicial District Attorney's Office, 10th Judicial Probation Department, and YWCA.

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The Spirit of Art

Friday, Oct 7, 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 “The Spirit of Art” on First Friday Art Walk, Oct. 7, 5 to 8 p.m., 216 S. Union Ave., Pueblo. This night offers three guest artists offering jewelry, ceramics/mixed media and photography, as well as gallery members who won ribbons at the Colorado State Fair. Come chat with the artists who will be present to talk about their work and answer your questions. The show will hang all month. Some of the in-house artists who entered the Colorado State Fair are featured this month. They are: Debra McCormack, a former physician who sculpts figures from polymer clay, and will be showcasing a warlock, ghost, witch and more for Halloween, and is also available to make creatures from customers’ imaginations (and is a first and second place Fair Dolls-Collectables winner); Phil Radar, who creates abstract non-representational art with his primary medium as oil paint on canvas, though he also enjoys exploring his experimental process in mixed media and print making; and Nell Trask, a fused glass artist who creates to delight one’s imagination and home with functional items, such as serving dishes and nightlights, as well as fine art that can be displayed on stands or on walls (and is a first place Fair Place Sculpture Emerging Artist-Fine Arts winner and second place in Heritage Emerging Artist-Fine Arts winner). In addition, Betty Blanco will feature her 9-11 inspired painting, “The Prayer,” in the window display. Blanco wone the Steel City Art Works Best Emerging Artist-Fine Arts Award. Guest Artists Jessica Anna is a photographer who defines herself in many ways, but how she loves to spend her days Is in fulfilling her wanderlust with a camera that has no time for collecting dust. Barb Muniz is a retired Spanish teacher who now creates polymer clay, seed bead and natural stone jewelry. She enjoys nature and nature photography as well as the arts, from the impressionists like Monet to the mosaics of Gaudi, and to the artisans and folk artists of South America. She also appreciates local art, including the murals of Pueblo. From all these sources, she draws inspiration for making her jewelry. Sarah Stanifer is a mixed media artist. Her works are often autobiographical, sometimes humorous, occasionally dark, and always unexpected. She is constantly exploring new techniques whether she is working with textiles, ceramics or more traditional media. Her most recent vision combines the world of textiles and ceramics in the form of ceramic tiles mimicking the art of quilting. 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 and Instagram to see new art posted daily, or receive 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, Oct 7, 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


October First Friday Artwalk

Friday, Oct 7, 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm, Blo Back Gallery, 131 Spring St., Pueblo

Join us for October's First Friday ArtWalk! We've got a new group show opening Friday, October 7th in our Big Blo Gallery. We welcome Rose Latka, Tom Ossner & Jason Dunks to the space.
The works of Meghan Wilbar & Daniel Levinson in our Original Gallery.

The Genie Walker Quartet plays the Big Blo Stage at 8PM.

Join us from 6-9Pm for an opening reception! Join us and SUPPORT THE LOCAL ARTS!
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BLO BACK Gallery
Open 12-5pm- Tuesday-Saturday or by appt.
131 Spring St, Pueblo, CO
SUPPORT THE LOCAL ARTS!
#supportlocal #artgallery #puebloart #puebloshares #thankyou #thegrove #blobackgallery #pueblocolorado


October First Friday Artwalk at Blo Back Gallery

Friday, Oct 7, 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm, Blo Back Gallery, 131 Spring St., Pueblo
Join us for October's First Friday ArtWalk! We've got a new group show opening Friday, October 7th in our Big Blo Gallery. We welcome Rose Latka, Tom Ossner & Jason Dunks to the space.
The works of Meghan Wilbar & Daniel Levinson in our Original Gallery.
Join us from 6-9Pm for an opening reception! Join us and SUPPORT THE LOCAL ARTS!
________________________
BLO BACK Gallery
Open 12-5pm- Tuesday-Saturday or by appt.
131 Spring St, Pueblo, CO
SUPPORT THE LOCAL ARTS!
#supportlocal #artgallery #puebloart #puebloshares #thankyou #thegrove #blobackgallery #pueblocolorado

October 8, 2022

You Should Have Seen It: Pueblo's Mineral Palace

Saturday, Oct 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.


Star Wars: Legion

Saturday, Oct 8, 1:00 pm, Chaos, Games and More, 4065 Club Manor Drive, Pueblo

Pueblo Historical Ghost Walk 2022: Famous Sites of Pueblo

Saturday, Oct 8, 5:00 pm - 8:30 pm, El Pueblo History Museum, 301 N. Union Ave., Pueblo

Walking tours leave El Pueblo Museum every 15 minutes while stopping along the Historic Union Avenue and the Riverwalk District to hear from ghosts of Pueblo's historical past. The walking tour concludes at the Heritage Museum on the corner of B Street and Victoria.

Your support of the 2022 Pueblo Historical Ghost Walk supports the Pueblo Domestic Violence Community Task Force (DVTF) in creating awareness and eradicating domestic violence, intimate partner violence, and domestic abuse in our community with support and education. Member agencies include ACOVA, CASA of Pueblo, Catholic Charities, Colorado Legal Services, Intervention, Parkview Health System, Pueblo Child Advocacy Center, Pueblo County Sheriff's Office, Pueblo Police Department, Pueblo Rape Crisis Services, 10th Judicial District Attorney's Office, 10th Judicial Probation Department, and YWCA.

Tickets


Comedy Night at the Blue Cactus Room

Saturday, Oct 8, 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm, El Nopal's Blue Cactus Room, 1435 E. Evans Ave., Pueblo

Stand-up comes to Pueblo! Join us for a raunchy night of good fun with some of the best comedians from the Front Range. Grab dinner before the show to make it a unique night out. Doors open at 5, show starts at 7:30 pm The Blue Cactus Room is Pueblo’s premiere speakeasy style music and comedy venue within the El Nopal Restaurant. Starring Brian Sullivan: SF Sketchfest High Plains Comedy Festival House Comic, Loonees Comedy Corner Featuring Garrett Walker: Winner of the 2012 Great American Comedy Festival Regular Feature at Loonees Comedy Corner Persistent contestant in the World Series of Comedy Special Guest Ben Dailey: Plano Comedy Festival Cow Town Comedy Festival Comedy Works, The Comedy Fort, Boss’ Comedy Club, and The Loony Bin Hosted by Thad B: Co-host, Beanie Boys Being Blunt podcast Clubs throughout Colorado and Los Angeles TICKETS HERE


October 9, 2022

Interfaith Meditation and Service

Sunday, Oct 9, 10:00 am - 11:30 am, The Center for Inner Peace, 740 W. 15th St., Pueblo

Sundays
Meditation: 10:00
Service starts: 10:30
719-543-2274

The Center for Inner Peace is an Interfaith Community welcoming and nurturing the Divine Presence in everyone through fellowship, discussion, meditation, and prayer.


You Should Have Seen It: Pueblo's Mineral Palace

Sunday, Oct 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.


Crisis Protocol at Chaos

Sunday, Oct 9, 11:00 am, Chaos, Games and More, 4065 Club Manor Drive, Pueblo

Warhammer 40K at Chaos

Sunday, Oct 9, 11:00 am, Chaos, Games and More, 4065 Club Manor Drive, Pueblo

Star Wars: X-Wing

Sunday, Oct 9, 12:00 pm, Chaos, Games and More, 4065 Club Manor Drive, Pueblo

Arts & Chats

Sunday, Oct 9, 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm, Pueblo Arts Alliance, 107 S Grand Ave., Pueblo

Arts & Chats with Kimberly Sewell
every Sunday 4-5:30p
Join the class $30 per month
drop in $10 per session
Jan 23rd Picture Frame Wreaths, Jan 30 Water Color Prints
Meets at the ArtHub at Pueblo Arts Alliance
kimberly@puebloarts.org for more information


Board game night at Chaos

Sunday, Oct 9, 6:00 pm, Chaos, Games and More, 4065 Club Manor Drive, Pueblo

October 10, 2022

6th International Conference on Biomedical, Bio Pharma and Clinical Research

Monday, Oct 10, 9:30 am - 5:30 pm, , , Home Page

Welcome back to 6th International Conference on Biomedical, Bio Pharma and Clinical Research which will be held during October 10-11, 2022 | Webinar. This year coming up with the imaginative subject on “Biomedical, Bio Pharma and Clinical Research” which means to offers new thoughts, procedures and strategies that legitimately influence the manner in which you work together and the administration which holds prominent experts in the field of Biomedical, Bio Pharma and Clinical Research. Biomedical, Bio Pharma and Clinical Research Conference is the stage of famous researchers, experts, college professors, specialists, and understudies, comprising of addresses. Oral and publication introductions, presentations and substantially more learning, share your Research involvement and get name acknowledgment and Certificates marked by our prominent world-class sorting out the advisory group. No other occasion will offer a progressively noteworthy rundown of Keynote Speakers, quality colleagues and connecting with substance. This is an appealing occasion for representatives from Universities and Institutes to associate with researchers. Intrigued members can affirm their cooperation by consolidating the gathering with their associates. With regards, John Kennedy, Program Manager.


You Should Have Seen It: Pueblo's Mineral Palace

Monday, Oct 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.


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