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Things to do in Pueblo Sept. 30 to Oct. 8: circus, ghost walk, fishing

From circus acts to ghost walks, poker runs and a fishing derby, to the Steel'ebration, here are 18 Things to Do in Pueblo Sept. 30-Oct. 8 .

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Things to do in Pueblo: Chile & Frijoles Festival, Oktoberfest and more

You won't be bored. Here are 18 things to do in Pueblo Sept. 23-Oct. 1, from the chile festival to dancing, ghost tours and gravel bike racing.

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Adolph "Ottie" William Otterstein III Obituary - The Pueblo Chieftain

Adolph William Otterstein III, affectionately known as Ottie Otterstein, passed peacefully at home with his beloved wife, Karen, and his two sweet...

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6 things to do in Pueblo this weekend

Pueblo will host it's annual Pride celebration on Sunday, but there's much more on the calendar for folks to attend. Here's a brief roundup:

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Pueblo 4th of July events in 2021: Fireworks, parties and shows


Fireworks to light up downtown Pueblo
Take a walk down by the Historic Arkansas Riverwalk of Pueblo or bring a lawn chair to watch the fireworks show scheduled for about 9:30 p.m. Sunday, July 4.
The HARP Authority suggests anyone who is looking to watch the show, which will be set off from the top of the Main Street parking garage, schedule dinner at a Riverwalk restaurant or find a way to patronize the downtown area.
Impossible Players offer pretzels for funds
The group will honor past recipients of awards from the group from 5 to 7 p.m., with awards from last season to be awarded from 7 to 9 p.m.

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Pueblo community theaters adapt, innovate to stay alive during COVID pandemic


But what happens when a worldwide pandemic pulls the curtains shut on that stage?
For Pueblo's two community theaters — The Impossible Players and Steel City Theatre Company — that dilemma has been a reality for the past year.
COVID restrictions in Pueblo County have caused both theater companies to cancel performances, seek innovation and adapt to continue providing homes for Pueblo's actors, directors and stage crews to showcase their talents.
Those in the theaters do it all for free, using their love of performing to soldier on during troubling times.
Steel City Theatre returned to the stage with its Thanksgiving show titled "Stuffed with Thanksgiving" in late January via a drive-in style performance.

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Performing arts hoping to get a boost from newly available state grants


Performing arts hoping to get a boost from newly available state grants
Natalie Chuck
An unfinished set for a show that's being rescheduled sits empty inside of Impossible Players, a community theater in Pueblo. The organization is just one example of how hard performing arts are being hit by the pandemic, but the state of Colorado wants to help with new grants dedicated specifically to arts and venues.
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PUEBLO — Restaurants have takeout orders during the pandemic to keep themselves afloat, but “you can’t DoorDash a theater show,” according to one playhouse member.
Darin Stuart and Meg Versteeg are Board Members of Impossible Players, a long-established community theater in Pueblo. The playhouse’s employees are completely volunteering and any money the theater makes comes from ticket sales to shows.

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