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Peak Radar is the online cultural calendar for Colorado Springs and the Pikes Peak region. A program of the Cultural Office of the Pikes Peak Region, the Peak Radar website is the place to go to find great things to do throughout the community such as gallery exhibitions, sporting events, festivals, performances, concerts, workshops, and much more! peakradar.com
Arts Vision 2030
Arts Vision 2030 is the regional community’s cultural plan. It was developed by, of, and for the community, under the stewardship of the Cultural Office of the Pikes Peak Region, the Bee Vradenburg Foundation, and a diverse steering committee of 24 local creative leaders, with expert guidance from ThereSquared, LLC and Stilwell Cultural Consulting. The process touched 4,500 people and 664 made direct contributions to the plan. Now, no one organization or person alone can fulfill it. Instead, it will take the entire regional arts and cultural community, along with cross-sector partners and local leaders, to make it happen. culturaloffice.org/artsvision2030
Pikes Peak Region Attractions
Since 1973, Pikes Peak Region Attractions has been helping visitors find all the coolest things to do in Colorado Springs and the Pikes Peak region. Originally created by a small group of area attractions, looking to pool their resources and market collaboratively, the association has grown into one of the best travel resources for the area. Celebrating more than 45 years and 25 of the top attractions in the area, Pikes Peak Region Attractions is your one stop shop for all the best must-dos and must-sees in the Pikes Peak region. pikes-peak.com
Home Front Military Network
Home Front Military Network (HFMN)’s mission is to connect military service members, veterans and their families to resources offered by our trusted community partners and to provide emergency financial assistance. HFMN has 46 partner agencies who are committed to understanding military and veteran culture and the unique needs of service members, veterans and their families; these agencies are also committed to working together to meet all the needs of individuals and families to provide holistic support for our military and veteran community. HFMN also provides direct assistance, including helping individuals and families navigate the many resources in our community. homefrontmilitarynetwork.org
PsychArmor Institute is a non-profit that provides free education and support for all Americans to engage effectively with the military community. PsychArmor is the only national institute of its kind, dedicated to bridging the military-civilian divide through free online education. Additionally, PsychArmor provides a Support Center staffed with mental health experts that are ready to support you. psycharmor.org
Colorado Springs Military Affairs Council
The Colorado Springs Chamber of Commerce & EDC recognizes that military affairs are an essential part of development both to the Colorado Springs region and the state as a whole. As a result, since 1951 the Military Affairs Council has striven to support and grow our military installations, strengthen their relationship with the surrounding community and associated industry, and ensure that Colorado Springs feels like home to the men and women serving in our region. cscedc.org
National Initiative for Arts & Health in the Military
A program of Americans for the Arts, the National Initiative for Arts & Health in the Military advances the arts in healthcare, healing, and well-being for military service members, veterans, their families and caregivers. americansforthearts.org