A roundup of Pueblo events and activities

Jon Pompia
| The Pueblo Chieftain


Steel City Art Works, 216 S. Union Ave., will host an open house of “Home is Where the

Art Is” on First Friday (Nov. 6) from noon to 7 p.m.

The gallery will be open daily in November: noon to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday, and noon to 4 p.m. on Sunday. During the month, many members will participate in a half-off sale: buy one item, get the second item of the same artist for half off. 

Featured artists in November are June Galaz, an abstract acrylic artist; Kaley Rose, who paints with acrylics and creates jewelry with leather, copper and dichroic glass; Cheryl Scott, a painter of whimsical animals, who also upcycles furniture into art and recycles unexpected materials to make robot and clock sculptures; and Jill M. Starkey, who works equally in acrylics and pastels, and also teaches pastels, drawing and color theory to adults.


American Music Icons Entertainment and the Pueblo Convention Center are partnering for the second Pueblo Community Halloween Haunt.

“The Halloween Horror Experience: “Nightmare Before COVID” is billed as a family friendly walk-through a haunted experience, from 5 to 9 p.m. through Halloween.

“This year’s haunted experience will feature more than 4,000 square feet of Halloween decor inside of a safe, family friendly haunted walk-through adventure,” said Pueblo native Sonny “G” Gonzalez, the man behind American Music Icons Entertainment. “It’s full of haunted scenes and creepy animatronic props that are dying to give you a most spooktacular and exciting Halloween.”

“Bring your best costume, bring your favorite trick-or-treaters, bring your spooky friends, bring your family,” Sonny G added. “And don’t forget to wear your ‘mask,'” with all staff adhering to current COVID-19 restrictions and guidelines.

Reservations are being accepted online at halloweenpueblo.eventbrite.com. Entry is $12 for those 13 and older. Children 12 and under will be admitted free, and all attendees 17 and younger must have an adult 18 or older with a paid limited entry pass accompany them.

Each ticket is good for one walk-through per attendee during the reserved time and day printed on the ticket.


What would you do if you were a 500-year-old vampire who is bored with life?

How about opening a detective agency?

That’s the premise of “Vampire Detective Agency,” playing The Party People and Theater of Mystery, 685 S. Union Ave., Friday and Saturday.

With tickets priced at $25, showtime is 6:30 p.m. and includes dinner. For adults, a cash bar is available.

Reservations are strongly suggested due to limited seating. Call 582-1490 to reserve a spot.

On Nov. 6 and 7 at the Theater of Mystery, a “Magic is Back” dinner show starts at 6:30 p.m. The show will include close-up magic, a stage show and dinner. Tickets are $25.


Just in time for Halloween, spies, murder, love, and other trademarks of Alfred Hitchcock come to life in the style of a 1940s radio broadcast.

Written by Joe Landry and directed by Taylor Gilman, a faculty member at the Arts Academy at Pueblo County High School, “Vintage Hitchcock: A Live Radio Play” will stream at ShowShare: Broadway on Demand today and Saturday. Viewing price is $20.

With adaptions of early Hitchcock films “The Lodger,” “Sabotage” and “The 39 Steps,” “Vintage Hitchcock: A Live Radio Play” is a triple feature that recreates a daring train chase, a serial killer’s ominous presence and a devastating explosion.


The Great Pumpkin Patch and Giant Corn Maze at Pantaleo Farms, 39651 South Road, is open at 4 p.m. Friday and 9 a.m. Saturday and Sunday.

Weekend admission is $3 and includes unlimited hayrides and Spookley The Square Pumpkin Theatre. The pumpkin patch and 10-acre corn maze offer more than 4 miles of paths open to the public. 

Food and hot drinks are offered, and giant pumpkins can be picked.

Cost for the corn maze is $10 for adults, and $8 for seniors, military and children 3 to 11. 

For more information, call 948-4556 or visit Pantaleo Farms on Facebook.


Our Savior’s Lutheran Church, 275 W. John Powell Blvd. in Pueblo West, will host a free “trunk or treat” event from 5 to 7 p.m. Saturday.

The Pueblo Police Department will host a drive-through “trunk or treat” from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday. The line starts at the AT&T parking lot at 100 S. Main St.

American Legion Post 2  will host a Halloween drive-thru modified treat giveaway from 4:30 to 7 p.m. Saturday outside the post, 701 W. Ninth St.

Chieftain reporter Jon Pompia can be reached by email at [email protected] or at twitter.com/jpompia.

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