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The Abbey Event Center (2951 East US Highway 50, Cañon City, CO 81212)
The Abbey Event Center (2951 East US Highway 50, Cañon City, CO 81212): The Abbey is an unique and extraordinary venue in Southern Colorado that welcomes thousands of guests every year. The beautiful and serene setting enhances gatherings of all kinds. The Abbey, formerly known as the Holy Cross Abbey & Abbey School, was home to monks from the Order of St. Benedict and Catholic College Prep High School for boys. Today, The Abbey is privately owned and hosts numerous activities and events throughout the year.
All Aboard Westcliffe Heritage Center
All Aboard Westcliffe Heritage Center (110 Rosita Avenue, Westcliffe, CO, 81252): We are the people of All Aboard Westcliffe. We like history and we like trains, too. It’s a good thing because the town of Westcliffe was founded quite a while ago by the Denver and Rio Grande Railroad to service the silver and gold camps of the Wet Mountain Valley. The mining camps are gone now and the railroad is gone but the town of Westcliffe survives along with the people of the Wet Mountain Valley. All Aboard Westcliffe, Inc. exists to tell their many stories.
Bell Tower Cultural Center (201 E 2nd St, Florence, CO 81226)
Bell Tower Cultural Center (201 E 2nd St, Florence, CO 81226): The former First Baptist Church built in 1898, was given to the council by members of the church to be used as a center of learning for the community. The former sanctuary has retained its 1898 flavor with outstanding stained glass windows, oak pews and a small stage area. Art, events, lectures and artistic performances of all kinds have and will continue to keep the Performance Hall (formerly the sanctuary) alive. The Florence Arts Council members and their volunteer friends have worked diligently to get this building back to its former glory. We engage in partnerships with other local non-profit groups and community organizations by providing exhibition, performance, and meeting space for them.
Cañon City Public Library (516 Macon Ave, Cañon City, CO 81212)
Cañon City Public Library (516 Macon Ave, Cañon City, CO 81212): The Canon City Public Library enriches lives through encouraging learning, sharing, and creativity.
Fremont Center for the Arts (505 Macon Ave, Cañon City, CO 81212)
Fremont Center for the Arts (505 Macon Ave, Cañon City, CO 81212): We foster and enrich the cultural and economic health for the greater Fremont County region through partnerships, presentations, education, and preservation of the arts for present and future generations.
The Hive Cañon City (729 Main St, Cañon City, CO 81212)
The Hive Cañon City (729 Main St, Cañon City, CO 81212): The Hive in Downtown Cañon City, provides working, teaching, and community opportunities that provide the comfortable, sustainable, and infinitely productive coworking space that so many are looking for. Stop in to our historic building for a tour, a place to work, or a permanent place to call home. At The Hive, you get work done on your terms.
Royal Gorge Dinosaur Experience (44895 US-50, Cañon City, CO 81212)
Royal Gorge Dinosaur Experience (44895 US-50, Cañon City, CO 81212): The Royal Gorge Dinosaur Experience provides an affordable, dynamic and high-value educational opportunity for kids of all ages and enables families to learn and recreate together on stunning property with views of the famed Royal Gorge Bridge and Colorado’s stunning Sangre de Cristo mountain range. Our goal is to ensure that our visitors leave knowing a lot more about Colorado’s paleontological history, while also carrying indelible memories of a great time spent learning, discovering and having fun with their friends and families.
Steeple Event & Conference Center (701 Macon Ave. Cañon City, CO 81212)
Steeple Event & Conference Center (701 Macon Ave. Cañon City, CO 81212): The Historic Church Conservancy’s mission is to preserve historic church buildings that represent our national heritage of fine architecture and craftmanship by broadening their utility, user base and funding base. We believe these historic building represent the character, pride in quality workmanship, work ethic and dedication to higher purposes than our individual interests and that these attributes have been the foundation of the United States of America’s strength through the years and serve as a reminder of who we are as a people and that which we honor and treasure.