SOCO Electric Vehicle (EV) survey
sOUtheRN COLORaDO — Pueblo County is developing an Electric Vehicle (EV) Readiness Plan that will identify key partnerships and actionable strategies that will help the county prepare for EVs and make EV adoption easy and affordable. We are circulating an EV survey right now throughout southern Colorado.
Pueblo County received DOLA funds to pursue an EV Readiness Plan, and this survey is the first stage. We are looking for all Southern Colorado residents to complete this survey – not just Pueblo County. The consultants will parse out responses by zip code and we will use the feedback to help us with future EVSE installations and EV program planning, and will share it with our stakeholders. : Go to: https://www.sur- veymonkey.com/r/PuebloCountyEV . Thanks for your input!
The Mediterranean Diet-Webinar
OUR WORLD — Join CSU Extension-Pueblo County Agent, Laura Griffin, to learn how to apply the Mediterranean diet to enjoy good food and improve your health Thursday, October 22, 1 to 3 p.m.; registration deadline is Wednesday, October 21. A link will be provided at registration. Registration required at: https://meddietoct.eventbrite.com . For more info, call 719- 583-6566.
During this free 2-hour webinar presented on Zoom, Griffin will cover: The key characteristics of the Mediterranean lifestyle; How foods in the Mediterranean diet contribute to health; and Strategies for incorporating Mediterranean foods and habits into your life as you sample quick, easy recipes.
Mental Health Colorado to host online candidate forums
DeNVeR — As a nonpartisan organization, Mental Health Colorado doesn’t endorse candidates, but the nonprofit advocacy group is educating candidates and constituents from all parties about the urgency of supporting healthier minds across the lifespan for all Coloradans. Mental Health Colorado will host a series of candidate forums ahead of election day with
one goal: ensuring all Colorado voters are confident that anyone they are voting for will lead us in the right direction on mental health.
During each forum, Mental Health Colorado will ask candidates questions about what’s at stake for mental health in this election, why voting down the ballot matters for mental health, and what supporting improved mental health across the lifespan looks like from the perspective of the office they seek.The dates for the forums are as follows:
State House – today, Thursday, Oct. 1, 12 p.m.
District Attorney and Board of Education – Tuesday, Oct. 13, 12 p.m.
Registration is live, and the forums are free to attend. Register at: https://www.mentalhealthcolorado.org/event/2020-candidate-forums. Mental Health Colorado has a platform on their website where candidates can submit a statement regard- ing their respective mental health priorities. Candidates also have the option to consult with Mental Health Colorado staff about policy priorities for mental health. The platforms, consultations, and forums are a part of Mental Health Colorado’s goal to make sure mental health is on every ballot.
A New Meat School coming to a town or computer near you!
OUR WORLD — Are you interested in learning more about production, processing and selling high quality meat through diverse market channels? Would you like new ways to manage risk in your livestock business and improve your profitability? If the answers are yes, then you’ll want to check out the Western Meat School.
The Niche Meat Processor Assistance Network (NMPAN), an Extension program housed at Oregon State University, is collaborating with Colorado State University and other institutions to offer this 6-week class. Funded by Western Extension Risk Management Education grants and the Globetrotter Foundation, the Western Meat School is an accessible and af- fordable way for farmers and ranchers to learn the most practical aspects of producing and marketing meat while deepening their understanding of the full niche meat supply chain. You can attend classes at one of 4 sites in Colorado: Montrose, Rocky Ford, Pueblo or Colorado Springs, or from your own home computer.
All speakers will be brought to you via the Zoom webinar platform. Classes cover marketing, production, and process- ing topics – all critical for direct marketing high-quality meat. Classes will also include a live beef animal evaluation and yield analysis demonstration with Nathan Parker of the Oregon State University Clark Meat Science Center, and similar “hoof to rail” demonstrations on pig and lamb carcasses at the University of Wyoming Meat Lab. Participants will receive a text and gain access to a resource guide, recorded videos, and optional add-on modules, one on hogs (breeds, forages and finishing) and another on meat pricing.
Registration is open now, the deadline to enroll is October 28th. Classes begin on November 4th and run every Wednesday evening through December 16th (skipping Thanksgiving week). Visit the Western Meat School website to learn more and enroll. For more information, please contact Martha Sullins, Colorado State University Extension, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Time is running out to respond to the 2020 Census
OUR WORLD — Don’t miss your chance to get counted in the 2020 Census. Households that have not been counted are encouraged to respond today, as time is running out.
Census takers in Colorado are currently following up with households that have not yet responded – and it’s making a difference. More than 96% of Colorado housing units have been accounted for so far. We urge Coloradans to cooperate with census takers to make sure everyone living their household as of April 1, 2020, is counted.
It has never been easier to respond on your own, whether online, over the phone or by mail — all without having to meet a census taker. This is the first year the census has been con- ducted primarily online, which has helped with responses during the pandemic.
Census takers can be easily identified by a valid government ID badge with their photograph, a U.S. Department of Commerce watermark, and an expiration date on the badge.
The Census Bureau and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) are working together to protect the health and safety of the public and our employees. Census takers are trained to follow CDC recommendations.
Ways to respond now: Online at 2020census.gov; by phone at 844-330-2020 in English and 12 Non-English languages; by mail using the paper questionnaire mailed to non- responding addresses
Coffee with Sandy White
La Veta/gaRDNeR/WaLseNBURg — Join Sandy for coffee 9 – 10 a.m., Thursday Oct. 1, at H&H Café, 902 W. 7th Street, Walsenburg; and 9 – 10 a.m. on Friday, Oct. 2, at Walsenburg Golf Club (Lathrop State Park), 1399 C.R. 502.
HCCC Zoom meeting today at noon.
hUeRFaNO COUNty — The Huerfano County Communication Coalition (HCCC) is now sponsored by the Business Alliance this year. Our monthly meeting Thursday, Oct. 1, 12 p.m. will be a Zoom meeting. To receive an invitation to the meeting email: Deb Channel at: email@example.com. Please let Deb Channel know if you have anything you want discuss on the agenda. Although we are on limited exposure, there’s a lot going on.
Meet the Candidate: John Galusha
WaLseNBURg — John Galusha, candidate for County Com- missioner District 1 will be hosting informational meetings each Thursday thru Oct. 29, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 511 Main Street. If you have questions or concerns about the future of Huerfano County, please join us. For additional information call 303-419- 0694 or 719-248-4541.
La Veta/Cuchara Chamber monthly meeting today
La Veta — The La Veta/Cuchara Chamber of Commerce will be having their monthly meeting Thursday, Oct. 1, 4 p.m. at the La Veta fire station. Enter at the north entrance. If you wish to be on the agenda please contact us in advance at firstname.lastname@example.org
La Veta farmers market
La Veta — The La Veta farmers market for the 2020 season will be every Thursday through Oct. 15, 3-5 p.m. on the grassy area in front of Francisco Fort Museum on Main St. COVID regulations are in effect so please check the La Veta farmers market FB page for details.
Drive-in movie every Friday
La Veta — The teens at Spanish Peaks Church will be hosting a drive-in movie every Friday, 8:30 p.m. at the 4-H barn. $5 per person…
Two Peaks Fitness holds Half Marathon and Fun Run
La Veta — The Las Animas-Huerfano County Health Department has approved this year’s Spanish Peaks Half Marathon and Two Mile Fun Run for Saturday, Oct. 3, 8:30 a.m.. These are out and back runs from the Grandote Peaks Club- house. The half marathon, a RABA Cinco event, is along the scenic Highway of Legends (CO State Hwy 12), while the fun run is within Grandote Peaks. Start times are staggered to pro- mote social distancing. Register at active.com or twopeaksfitness.org/activities/running-events. Walk-up registration also available; t-shirts may be limited. Registration fee is $45 for the half marathon; $20 for the fun run (9 am). Packet pickup is Friday Oct. 2 2-6 p.m. at Two Peaks Fitness,216 S Main St. or Saturday, Oct. 3 beginning at 7 a.m. at the Grandote Peaks Clubhouse.
Swinging for a Better Future 4 man scramble-Sponsors and players- sign up now!
WaLseNBURg — The 2020 John Mall Panther Open will be held Saturday, October 3 at Walsenburg Golf Course and will benefit the Huerfano 4 Kids fundraising group, a non-profit, school approved organization, whose programs focus on improving the opportunities for students in Huerfano County.
“Swinging for a Better Future!” is an 18 Hole – 4-Man Scramble which begins with sign ups at 8 a.m.; the Shotgun start is at 9 a.m.. The cost is $75 per golfer or $300 per team and includes, cart, green fee, range balls. Mulligans are $10 each, 2 per player maximum; 50/50 Raffle; Longest Drive Contest – $5; Closest to the Pin – $5
For additional information, please contact Randy Royse at The Walsenburg golf course @ (719) 738-2730. Sign Sponsorship- This sponsor will receive signage at a specific assigned hole on the course. The company logo/sign will be on the tee box of your designated hole. The cost is $50. Thank you for your support.
Check Out The Leaves Ride
WaLseNBURg — Join Cruisin’ Pueblo for a casual, fun bicycle ride in Walsenburg Saturday, Oct. 3, 9:30 a.m.. We will be riding from the Welcome Center to Lathrop State Park, around the park and back.
Meet at the Spanish Peaks Country Welcome Center in Walsenburg, 400 Main St (the old train station with a Red Caboose) at 9:30 am. We will roll out at 9:50 a.m. This ride is about 12 miles with an optional 2 miles if the group feels up to it.
Gravel bikes, fat tire bikes, or mountain bikes are recommended over skinny road bike tires since the country road is gravel. Estimated time of return to the Welcome Center will be 12:00 pm.
There will be 2 rest stops with water and bathrooms avail- able. Food and beverages are optional afterward at Rollin’ Smoke Garage BBQ. This will be a free, moderate paced – no one left behind ride.
Masks highly suggested for the rest stops. Helmets and water are also a good idea. Don’t forget some money if you want to partake after the ride
65+ Drive-thru flu shot clinic
WaLseNBURg — This year, it’s more important than ever to get your flu shot. The good news… it’s easier than ever! Our clinic in Walsenburg is hosting a Drive-Thru Flu Shot Clinic Saturday, Oct. 3, 10 a.m.-1 p.m. at Spanish Peaks Outreach and Women’s Clinic, 129 Kansas Avenue for those 65 and older (FluZone – High Dose). That’s right, you won’t even need to get out of your car to get this important vaccine and a friend can drive you if you wish.
In order to expedite the flow of the Drive-Thru clinic please adhere to the following:
• Bring and wear a mask (everyone in the vehicle must be wearing a mask)
• Only those receiving the vaccine should be in the vehicle
• Bring your own pen
• Wear short sleeves
• Position yourself in the vehicle so that the desired arm to receive the shot is closest to a window
• Bring photocopies of your insurance card (front and back please)
• Stay in the vehicle at all times
• Plan to park for 15 minutes after receiving the vaccine to monitor for reactions
**Due to COVID19 we ask that if you are having symptoms or are isolating/quarantining to not come to the Drive Thru Flu Clinic, there will be other options/dates available to receive the vaccine. Please call 738-4590 if you have questions and we look forward to seeing you!
Gardner farmers market
gaRDNeR — The 10th season of the Gardner Farmers Market will run every Saturday, 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. under the Pavilion next to the Methodist church.
Please wear masks and follow current county and state guidelines. If you are sick, please stay home. Have a neighbor purchase items for you, or contact us.
Gardner Farmers Market, 865-247-9749 or email@example.com
Cuchara Chapel on line
CUChaRa — This fall please watch the Sunday Cuchara Chapel service online. Go to Cucharachapel.org and click on the Worship Service Tab. This Sunday, Oct. 4 the message is “The Gift of Love” with guest musician Peggy Arnold-Hoobler.
Walsenburg Farm & Makers Market Sundays
WaLseNBURg — Walsenburg Farm and Makers Market will be held each Sunday 11 to 3 p.m. at Heritage Park, 400 Main Street. Strict social distancing and masks will be required. Let’s work through this together and build our community. Love and light to all.
Fall Show at SPACe
La Veta — The Spanish Peaks Arts Council invites everyone to the Fall Show, with featured artists Rebecca Meyers, Hugh Keating and Carrie Fox now through Oct. 3. Due to Health Dept. requirements, only 10 people at a time are allowed inside, face coverings, and social distancing are required, so no refreshments.
Rebecca Meyers is showing an amazing collection of Native American and African cultures’ masks, created from clay and re-purposed materials. Along the same lines, Gary Weston has new fantastical works also from re-purposed materials. Hugh Keating is showing some of his crayon and acrylic works featuring loosely rendered architectural scenes on canvas, and Carrie Fox has included contemporary embroidery and photography “sketches” inspired by the rivers and wildlife in Huerfano and Las Animas counties. Other area artists sharing their original art are Kathy Hill, Ann Gethen, Cathy Mullens, Pat Newell, Karen Voepel, Kenny Schneider, Barb Kowalik, Jim Lambert, Gordon “Shorty” Schockey, Martha Lancaster, and Linda Shelley.
Special meeting: Huerfano Parks and Recreation District
WaLseNBURg — The Huerfano Parks and Recreation District Board of Directors has called a Special Meeting Thursday, Oct. 7, 2020, 4:30 p.m. at La Plaza B&B Inn, 118 W. 6th Street. The purpose of the meeting is to discuss the status of and opening the Huerfano County Recreation Center to meet Las Animas-Huerfano Counties District Health Department COVID safety procedures. The Board will make no decisions at this meeting. The public notice and agenda are posted at 118 W. 6th Street. For more information about the meeting, contact Marilyn Russell, Chair, Huerfano Parks and Recreation District, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Farm Bureau candidate forum canceled
WaLseNBURg — Huerfano County Farm Bureau will not hold a candidate forum Wednesday, Oct. 7, 7 to 9 p.m. at Washington School.
Lauren Boebert joins the Republicans via zoom
WaLseNBURg — The Huerfano County Republic Commit- tee will meet Tuesday, October 13, 5:30 p.m. to welcome Lauren Boebert, Congressional candidate for District 3 via zoom (the link will be sent out later). Then, at 6 p.m., we will convene our regularly scheduled monthly meeting. We are grateful for the amazing support and the number of volunteers helping with candidate help, phone calling and headquarters staffing.
You are making a difference in this extremely crucial voting year. Join us in person at 511 Main Street or on Zoom, then feel free to come eat with us at the La Plaza Inn after the meet- ing. Remember, we have free candidate signs and a variety of Trump paraphernalia for sale.
Spooky story contest
hUeRFaNO COUNty — Do you enjoy all things spooky, creepy, and just plain frightening? La Veta Library is holding its 12th annual Scary Story Contest! This year middle school, high school students, and adults can enter in any or all of three categories: Short story and poetry; image and sculpture; and film and music. A $50 first prize – donated by the La Veta Galleries Supporting the Arts – will be awarded to top student in each category! Submissions are due Monday, October 26. For more information, contact the library or email email@example.com. Let your dark inner artist shine through!
Senior Day at Books & More
tRiNiDaD — Sept. Senior Day at Books & More bookstore, 132 N. Commercial Street, is Friday, Oct. 2 Most items 50% off. Store hours are 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m..
Survival is Insufficient – call to artists
tRiNiDaD — The Corazón de Trinidad Creative District invites all artists and creatives in Southern Colorado and Northern New Mexico to submit their work to an online multimedia salon, focusing upon the theme: “Survival is Insufficient.” Participants will share how they have continued to be creative during the pandemic. Featured works will include pieces that are thematically connected to artists’ experiences and insights related to the pandemic, as well as other works completed as they have carried on with their lives.
People working in all media, including crafts, music, writ- ing, performance arts, quilting, dance, painting, happenings, printmaking or any other creative medium are invited to participate.
Works submitted should be done during the pandemic. As a salon, works represented will reflect experiences during this unique and challenging season. Original work only. This multimedia salon will include visual, musical, literary and performance pieces, with images or self-produced YouTube videos.
This salon will take place on the Creative District website. The salon may be accessed through the Corazón de Trinidad Creative District website www.corazondetrinidad.org, or through the Creative District Facebook page beginning Tuesday, September 22.
Complete submission guidelines are available at Survival is Insufficient Submission Guidelines. If you have questions, contact Doug Holdread at or 719-680-3900
Good Food Project farm stand Friday
JaNseN — This Friday, Oct. 2 will be our last farm stand of the season! We would like to extend our deepest gratitude to all of our volunteers and community members that have staunchly supported this labor of love.
This week we will have: Tomatoes, Peppers, Onions, Carrots, Pumpkins, Radishes, Basil, Greens and chard, Farm Eggs, Honey, And more! The farm stand is located 33812 Highway 12 in Jansen.
2020 Purgatoire River Annual Fall Cleanup
tRiNiDaD — Join Noah’s Ark Animal Welfare Association for the 2020 Purgatoire River Annual Fall Cleanup Saturday, Oct. 3, 9:30 a.m.. Come help take care of your river plus free snacks, speakers & river goodies!
ABC 2nd Annual Day at the Ranch
tRiNiDaD — ABC Disability Support Group has partnered with Lazy Y D Horse Village Therapeutic Program, 39511 Hwy 160, to offer this event free to the intellectually and developmentally disabled and their families Friday, Oct. 3, 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Come out and participate in our mini rodeo! This is an outdoor event. Social Distancing and masks encouraged per CDC Guidelines. For more information contact us at 719- 220-4558
Pumpkin Patch open Saturdays and Sundays
hOehNe — Come out and pick your pumpkins each Saturday and Sunday, 1 to 5 p.m. through October at Nicol’s Cottonwood Corner, 19990 County Rd 75! Call Mary to schedule a private time for groups – 719-680-1402
Fort Wootton’s Veterans’ Memorial Square events
tRiNiDaD — Fort Wootton, 204 S. Chestnut St., has music every Saturday.
All Saturday events gates open at 5 p.m., $5 entry, and BYOB also BYO blankets, chairs and smile. Food and drinks available for donations. All proceeds go to the LACVC.
Blessing of The Animals (Feast Of St. Francis)
tRiNiDaD — Join us for a drive by blessing of the animals Sunday, October 4, 5 to 6 p.m. at United Methodist Church. All animals are welcome!
COVID Small Business grant program
Las aNiMas COUNty — Las Animas County has set up a COVID Small Business Emergency Grant program. The County is now accepting applications for this grant. Get the documents needed to apply for the grant by contacting LAC at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 719-845-2562, 2568.
Meet the candidates
tRiNiDaD — Join the Trinidad Las Animas County Chamber of Commerce virtually on Tuesday, Oct. 6, 6pm to hear from the candidates running for Senate District 35, Senate District 64, US Colorado House District 4, US House District 64, District Attorney, and County Commissioners. There will also be information shared regarding ballot measures and propositions. For more information contact the Chamber at 719-846- 9285.
2nd Annual Fall Festival
hOehNe — Nicols Cottonwood Corner, 19990 County Rd 75.1, is offering this event free to the intellectually and developmentally disabled and their families. Come out and participate in our pumpkin patch Saturday, Oct. 10, 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.! This is an outdoor event. Social Distancing and masks encouraged per CDC Guidelines. For more information contact us at 719-220-4558
Leaders of the Future student registration now
tRiNiDaD — High School students are invited to join Mt. Carmel’s Leaders of the Future program which begins virtually Monday, October 19, 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. This well-developed program offers expert advice to help prepare students for the road ahead.
Knowledgeable guest speakers will present valuable information about career opportunities, scholarships, and trade schools. We will also provide instructions on how to write resumes and essays.
All Students: Receive a drawstring backpack filled with a water bottle, mechanical pencils, a notebook, highlighters, 8MG USB and masks, and much more!
Seniors: Apply for $1000 scholarship (2 available) Application and essay required.
Register here: https://www.mtcarmelcenter.org/…/leaders- of-the-future-3
Fishers Peak State Park new website
tRiNiDaD — The new Fishers Peak State Park website was launched over the weekend! There are still a few additions to make as we continue down this planning path. Visit it today! https://www.fisherspeakstatepark.com/
Apishapa Valley Heritage center winter hours
agUiLaR — The Apishapa Valley Heritage Center at 132 Main St. in Aguilar will be available for visitors by appointment only for the coming Fall-Winter months. Our collection of local history, photos, business ledgers and much more is priceless! Call Charlie a t 719-859-0918 or Pat at 719-406-5203
Ribbon Cutting today for Raton Motors
RatON — There will be a ribbon cutting by the Raton Ambassadors and a Key to the Heart of the City presentation by Raton MainStreet today, Thursday, October 1, 4 p.m. for the new business, Raton Motors, 300 N. 2nd Street. Raton Motors is a used car and auto detailing shop owned by Noby Gomez. Raton Motors Business Hours are Mon – Fri 8 am – 5 pm and 8 am to Noon on Saturdays by appointment. Phone is 575-445- 9678 for more information.
Ribbon cutting Friday for Willow Springs Traders
RatON — The Raton Ambassadors will host a ribbon cutting Friday, Oct. 2, 11 a.m. for Willow Springs Traders, 1222 South 2nd Street.
Raton Recycling Center
RatON — The Raton Regional Recycling Hub Facility, Armex Building, 420 East 4th Ave. is currently limited to the first Saturday of the month from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., and on an as-needed basis for large loads of materials (call 575-445-9181). The Center will be open Saturday, Oct. 3. Check back for information on additional hours. We are working on acquiring collection trailers, which are expected to be spread around the area and be available for daily deposits of materials.
Accepted Materials: Corrugated cardboard and brown paper bags; mixed paper including junk mail, magazines, and newspapers; plastic #1 bottles with necks, caps, and labels like water and soda bottles or salad dressing; plastic #2 bottles like laundry detergent, milk, and juice jugs (no motor oil products); steel / tin cans (clean soup,) vegetable, pet food, and sauce containers; aluminum beverage cans, clean food containers, pie pans, and foil. Visit the website: www.ratonnm.gov/156/Recycling for more information.
In Raton, there are non-governmental organizations where you can take selected recyclables. Citizens for the Developmentally Disabled, 230 E 4th Avenue, will pay a variable rate for aluminum cans and some types of copper. Call them at 575-445-5674 for collection days and times.
Luna Offering Eight-Week Courses- register now!
sPRiNgeR/Las Vegas — Luna Community College is offering a number of eight-week courses set to begin the week of Oct. 12. Registration for the classes is now open and will continue through Friday, Oct. 16.
Those seeking more information and details about how to enroll are advised to visit luna.edu/schedule or call 505-454- 2550.
The college typically offers a select number of short-term courses for various reasons, including the fact they may fit more readily into some students’ schedules.
This fall, the offerings include Cultures of the World, Introduction to Business, Interpersonal Communication, Introduction to Short Fiction, First-Year Seminar for College Students, U.S. History II, Algebra with Applications, Music Appreciation: Western Music, American National Government, Introduction to Video Game Development, Introduction to Sociology, History of Christianity, Introduction to Psychology, Medical Terminology. More classes, including one in bak- ing, are expected to be added to the list.
Tuition rates at Luna remain among the best values in the Southwest, starting at $40 per credit hour for in-district residents. Additionally, financial assistance is available.
Classes will run through the end of the fall semester on Dec. 4. As with most of the classes this semester, they will be offered online to help ensure the health and safety of students and others in the campus community.
Invitation: get involved now! Colfax County Democratic office opens soon
COLFaX COUNty — Colfax County Democrats invite you to become involved in local efforts leading to the most important election of our lifetimes. Are you a newcomer or simply new to politics? Join us on our Facebook page ‘Colfax County Democrats’ or email us at email@example.com to find out about meetings or resources. Our headquarters on 2nd Street (next door to Solanos) will begin to be staffed in the next few weeks, so stop in and say hello.
Hungry Hearts lunch on Saturdays
RatON — Hungry Hearts will resume serving lunch every Saturday at St. Vincent de Paul thrift store location, 401 S. 4th St. Free lunches will be served on a drive-through, take-out only basis from 12 to 1 p.m. (while supplies last, first come- first served). Walk-up guests will be served as well. We ask that all guests, whether drive up or walk up, please wear masks. As always, lunches are free and anyone is welcome. Drive-through guests should enter from the north end of the thrift store parking lot.
Raton Regional Aquatic Center open for lap swims
RatON — 2020 Summer Hours of Operation-Covid-19 social distancing rules are in place, locker rooms are open. Lap Swim is Monday-Fridays 6 a.m.- 10:30 a.m. and 4:30 p. m.- 7:30 p.m. and Saturdays 8 – 11 a.m..
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Pueblo Historical Ghost Walk
PUeBLO — Enjoy storytelling of Pueblo’s past Friday, Oct. 2, 5:30 p.m. This tour begins at El Pueblo History Museum and travels through town ending at the Heritage Museum. You will meet 10 “ghosts” of Pueblo’s past along the way. The walk typically lasts one and a half hours and benefits the Domestic Violence Task Force in association with the Sheriff’s office