6 weekend issues to do round Colorado Springs and past: Manitou 150th and Wine Competition, Public Artwork Scavenger Hunt, automobile exhibits, Get Outdoor Day, Indian Market, Cripple Creek trolley | Arts & Leisure

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FRIDAY

Have fun downtown on First Friday as you see how many of the 12 new murals and public artworks you can find during First Friday 2022 art on the street scavengers Hunt. There will be a guided tour of the pass from 5pm to 8pm and some of the artists will be on hand to describe their work. Pre-registration, $10 donation recommended, for passport, map guide and prizes. downtowncs.com

FRIDAY

A Manitou Springs 150 anniversary The celebration begins at 9am at the town’s Heritage Center with exhibitions and activities throughout the year. Topics: Spa, Landmarks, Community Builders, Road to Revival. Visit the center and museum at 517 Manitou Ave. Also in Manitou this weekend, Saturday Wine Festival, 11am-5pm, Memorial Park, $30-$35, manitousprings.org, manitouspringsheritagecenter.org

SATURDAY

Interesting auto show weekend. All cars are welcome at the First Saturday Car Show with Autoshop Vocational every month through October. 719 cars and coffee is 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. at the Soccerhaus, 4845 List Drive. Food vendors, music and activities. About: 719-310-9211. A Sunday show in Littleton, Colorado Concours d’Elegance & Exotic Sports Car Show expects 300 rare and collectible cars at Arapahoe Community College, 5900 S. Santa Fe Drive, 9am-3pm, a nonprofit benefit, adults $9. abilityconnectioncolorado.org/special-events/colorado-concours

SATURDAY

A perfect day to be outside. The year free Get outdoors day city ​​offers, Pikes Peak Outdoor Recreation Alliance Community, Colorado Parks and Wildlife and more at Memorial Park and Prospect Lake, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Free fishing poles for the first 800 children. ppora.org. It’s out on Rock Ledge Ranch shearing sheep Day, rockledgeranch.com. In Woodland Park, a Family fun day outdoors at the Rocky Mountain Dinosaur Resource Center. From 10am to 3pm, food, chalk drawing, police and fire engines, children’s activities and more. Admission includes museum admission: $13, children $9. rmdrc.com

SATURDAY SUNDAY

A Colorado tradition, the 21st Annual Celebration of Native American arts, culture and dance at the fort at Morrison. Top Native American artists in a juried show, a 40 Native American nation market, music and traditional dances, a tribute to veteran Brad Black Crow, hawks and eagles, exhibits from the Denver Museum of Nature and Science and History Colorado. Eat at Fort Restaurant. 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. both days, $10, children under 12 free. Tickets: tesoroculturalcenter.org/indian-market

SATURDAY

History on Saturday afternoon under the Gold Camp Victorian Society Historical Trolley Tours at Cripple Creek. 1pm in summer except Donkey Derby Days on August 13th. The 90-minute tours depart from the District Museum in City Hall Pocket Park and feature hosts and hostesses in gold camp period costumes. $15 donations. 25 cards per day. goldcampvictoriansociety.org