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Sep
4
Tue
Arts and Crafts @ Adams Recreation Meeting Room
Sep 4 – Nov 27 all-day
Sep
5
Wed
Child care Event – Homework Club @ Adams Recreation Meeting Room
Sep 5 – Nov 28 all-day
Sep
6
Thu
Cooking and Baking Class @ Adams Recreation Kitchen
Sep 6 – Nov 29 all-day
Sep
8
Sat
Yoga Classes – Adult Yoga @ Adams Recreation Meeting Room
Sep 8 – Nov 23 all-day
Sep
10
Mon
Adams Flag Football 12 & Under @ Adams Elementary Multi Field Large
Sep 10 – Nov 29 all-day
Sep
19
Wed
Adams Flag Football Pee Wee @ Adams Elementary Multi Field Large
Sep 19 – Nov 28 all-day
Oct
3
Wed
Powder Puff Flag Football 16U @ Adams Elementary Multi Field Large
Oct 3 – Dec 8 all-day
Nov
2
Fri
Adult Pilates Class – November @ Adams Recreation Meeting Room
Nov 2 – Nov 29 all-day
Nov
15
Thu
“This Beautiful City” @ The Historic Diversionary Theatre
Nov 15 @ 7:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Church & State Clash in This Beautiful City Created from actual interviews with citizens of Colorado Springs, the capital of the Evangelical movement, this timely musical explores faith and the organized resistance against gay rights. Traversing a scandal that rocked the core of the religious right, This Beautiful City illuminates a cross section of a community poised at the volatile intersection of church and state. Diversionary of San Diego’s rare revival of this authentic, often humorous exposé of a nation divided honors the late Michael Friedman’s (Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson) extraordinary contributions to American theater.

This Beautiful City @ Diversionary Theatre
Nov 15 @ 7:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Created from actual interviews with citizens of Colorado Springs, the capital of the Evangelical movement, this timely musical explores faith, and the organized resistance against Gay rights. Traversing a scandal that rocked the core of the religious right, This Beautiful City illuminates a cross section of a community poised at the volatile intersection of church and state. Diversionary’s rare revival of this authentic, often humorous exposé of a nation divided honors the late Michael Friedman’s (Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson) extraordinary contributions to American theatre.