You are invited to Symbols and Miracles of The Lady of the Stars, A Tribute to Our Lady of Guadalupe. Please join Re:Vision in celebrating the Lady of Guadalupe’s presence in our history. They are showing traditional and non-traditional art pieces that relates to her symbols and image rendered by 24 artists. Art By: Jose Mares, Inez Sanchez, Arturo García, Mari Munet, Susan Ramsey, Lynn Fresquez, Vanessa Fresquez, Michael Penny, Lizette Lugo, Colleen Hennessy, Crystal O’Brien, Vince Benivedez, Ann Romero and some others who will be joining this weekend. Show opens on November 29th, and on January 3rd at 3738 Morrison Rd in Denver. Visit http://bit.ly/2P5gI1P for more information.
Time to stretch that 10 percent muscle. Join Wreaths Across America at Ft. Logan National cemetery at 10 a.m. on National Wreaths Across America Day (Saturday, December 14) to Remember and Honor our veterans through the laying of Remembrance Wreaths on the graves of our country’s fallen heroes and the act of saying the name of each and every veteran aloud. Follow the link to sponsor a wreath (or multiple wreaths) in order to reach the goal of having a wreath on every hero’s grave: http://bit.ly/2PtPu3P.
Returning to Colorado November 15 through January 4th 2020, is Christmas in Color! Experience Christmas like never before. Load up your friends and family into the van (or car, or truck) and experience Christmas like never before. Drive through acres of more than 1.5 million lights perfectly synchronized to holiday music you’ll hear right through your radio at Waterworld in Federal Heights. You’ll drive by giant candy canes, snowmen, arched pathways and more. It’s like being immersed in another world. Visit
www.christmasincolor.net for more information.
Village Faces: A Journey to the Artisans of Latin America is a pop-up art exhibit and market inside Stanley Marketplace, 2501 Dallas St. Open daily from now through January 1, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily. VillageFaces is a journey to the artisans of Latin America and an exploration of traditions and innovations in their art. Curator Ron Wilco visited villages and cities in nine countries with the best of the best artisans who are creating museum quality masterpieces, which he then purchased using fair trade practices. Along the way Ron collected photographs, interviews, videos, and stories that illustrate the incredible skills and patience of these artisans, and provide a glimpse into often unexplored cultures. VillageFaces helps visitors learn a little about these cultures while offering the opportunity to own a handcrafted original piece of art from Latin
Pueblo’s Municipal Band will be having a free concert at the Sangre de Cristo Arts Cetner (210 N. Santa Fe), Sunday, December 15 from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. All of these musicians are performing because they have a passion to produce captivating sounds. This performance features the entire concert ensemble and the Pueblo Municipal Jazz Band. This concert is free, but space is limited. For more information visit http://bit.ly/2E7Qg1i.