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August 7, 2018 27 min
Learn about how you can help the Multiple Sclerosis Alliance of Southern Colorado by attending a benefit concert and fair. This event will feature a variety show, arts, crafts, vendors, games, contests, and much more.  When: August 23rd Where: Hillside Gardens & Events; 1006 S Institute Ave. Colorado Springs, CO 80903 Details: http://msasoco.org/event/benefit-concert-fair/   Join the Historical Preservation Alliance of Colorado Springs as they take you on a tour of the area while highlighting the fascinating culture and history. Tours happening on a regular basis, check the website for dates and details.  Details: http://hpasprings.org/tours/summer-tours-2018/   Steers and Beers whiskey and beer tasting where a portion of the proceeds benefit the Proteus Syndrome Foundation.   W
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