August Family Events in Colorado Springs

June and July seemed to last for about ten minutes, didn’t they? Back-to-school plans are approaching and the family calendar is probably starting to fill up, but there is still plenty of summer left to enjoy! All sorts of fun events and activities are going on in Colorado Springs this August. Check these out.

  • Every Friday in August, the library will host story time for kids ages 3-7. From 10:30-11:30 at the PPLD- Rockrimmon Branch, kids play with arts, crafts, and various textiles in addition to enjoying fun stories. This family event is free for all of your little bookworms.
  • See where the early Colorado Springs pioneers searched for gold by taking the Read More

Richmond American Model Featured in 2018 Parade of Homes

Meridian Ranch is honored to have Richmond American Homes showcase their model home in the 2018 Parade of Homes. Get a sneak peek here of their new model and parade entry located at 12803 Stone Valley Drive in Stonebridge. The Parade will take place Friday, August 3rd through Sunday, August 19th (homes closed on Mondays & Tuesdays).

From the beginning, Richmond American’s mission has been to help people attain the American Dream. Over 40 years and more than 195,000 single-family homes later, they haven’t lost sight of that vision. They’re committed to designing quality homes and strengthening the communities in which they build. What sets them apart? It’s the personal approach they... Read More

June Family Events in Colorado Springs

School’s out for summer! Here are some fun events for the whole family to check out in June. Colorado Springs has so much to offer.

  • Meridian Ranch residents enjoy their own community event with Falcon Freedom Days on June 30th. Check out food and games while the kids make a beeline for the bounce house. Or, cheer on the parade and boogie to the live music as you mingle with your friends and neighbors. Be sure to stick around for the evening fireworks show!
  • Instead of Yee-Haw, it’s Hee-Haw at Donkey Derby Days. This year will mark the 87th annual event, so head to downtown Cripple Creek to watch the race. It is believed that this local donkey herd descended ... Read More