Psychic Hotline Presented by Quaill Club
Call for a psychic reading, artistic discussion, life advice or whatever else you want to talk about with Quaill Club’s queer witches. Readings will be performed primarily through Tarot, a centuries-old tradition using cards to answer questions or provide advice. Interested participants can call from the brand new, funky phone booth set up outside Quaill Club or from home in your jammies — like Miss Cleo, but free. Daily, 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., through Jan. 1, Quaill Club, 1019 E. Costilla St., free, 434-1161.
Dolly & Me: The Herstory of Country Music
This presentation, led by Donna Guthrie, accomplished children’s book author and co-founder of the Rocky Mountain Women’s Film Festival, will discuss the influential women of country music, a genre often dominated by the male voice. Following the talk, enjoy music by local country band Alicia Archibald and the Midnight Sun. Provided as part of ArtPOP 2017. Oct. 26, 7-8:30 p.m., Tap Traders, 3104 N. Nevada Ave., #11, free to attend, facebook.com/pikespeakartscouncil.
Beautiful Human Lies
Boulder-based Street Dance company, Grass Roots, has put together this dance commentary on modern social issues such as race and crime. Scenes will be set to hip-hop, electronica and house music with such favorites as Beyoncé, Immortal Technique, Nas and more. Grass Roots says it is “inspired by different bodies with dissimilar cultural experiences.”
Oct. 26, 7:30 p.m., CC’s Cornerstone Arts Center, 825 N. Cascade Ave., free, coloradocollege.edu.
SoCo Children’s Arts Festival
More than 500 children will take the stage (not all at once — the stage isn’t quite that big) to present dance, theater, music and more. Hands-on activities include an instrument “petting zoo,” interactive learning by the Pikes Peak Children’s Museum and face painting. Participate in the costume parade at 11:15 a.m. and go home with a free gift bag. Oct. 28, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., Chapel Hills Mall, 1710 Briargate Blvd., free, facebook.com/ColoradoSpringsChildrensChorale.
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