Join us for this art adventure, sure to bring a smile to your child’s face and a little spice to your home.
Express your Pueblo Chile Pride with art! PROJECT #1 Coloring Page (Download Here.)
The Spice Up Spring Kids Art Party will run April 1-30 and include 3 different Art Projects.
3 Ages Groups: 8 & under, 9-13 and 14-18
Project #1 – Coloring Page (April 1-9) Winner Announced 4/10
Project #2 – Chalk Art – Pueblo Chile Inspired (April 10-19) Winner Announced 4/20
Project #3 – Freestyle – Pueblo Chile Inspired Art (April 20-29) Winner Announced 4/30
Project #1 takes place April 1-9. Post a picture of your/child’s Read More
Pueblo Chile & Frijoles Festival marks 25 years of spicy celebrations.
By Jessica Walker Boehm
According to Slyhoff, the inaugural festival’s premise was simple: Promote the community’s new slogan, “Experience the Flavor of Pueblo,” with the Pueblo chile as the centerpiece.
The family-friendly event, first held in September of 1994 and spanning two days, was designed to highlight the Pueblo chile Read More
It’s the perfect time to enjoy all the fall fun happening at Pueblo’s local farms. Enjoy pumpkins, hay rides, corn mazes and many other activities all happening at local farms. For more information about events happening a specific farms follow along on our Facebook Page.
The Greater Pueblo Chamber of Commerce was proudly presented with The Governor’s Award for Outstanding Community Tourism Initiative this past weekend during the 2019 Colorado Governor’s Tourism Conference, hosted by the Colorado Tourism Office.
The award acknowledges an activity, event, or project undertaken by a community or region to promote tourism in Colorado, with the following criteria:
- Well received by market constituents
- Utilizes coalitions and/or partnerships
- Demonstrates creativity and innovation
- Contributes to tourism and economy in community/region/state
This year marked the 25th year of the Pueblo Chile & Frijoles Festival, which has enjoyed continued growth and substantial economic impact for the Southern Colorado region.
The rising popularity of Pueblo’s famous crop, the Pueblo Chile, has been stoked Read More