SACKLUNCH SERENADES 2019
The Pikes Peak Area Theatre Organ Society, in cooperation with the Historic Colorado Springs City Auditorium, proudly presents Mighty Wurlitzer Wonder – Music and Movies to eat your lunch by.
Thursdays at Noon – Come one, come all!
No admission charge – but your donations are most welcome.
Bring your own lunch or buy it here. There is still a $5 lunch special.
**The Organ Gym is at 828 East Pike’s Peak Avenue, just six blocks east of the City Auditorium. Off-street parking in the alley. Enter from Institute Street. Overflow parking in school yard. There is a playground next to the gym.
Many organists – lots of music – and a couple of movies.
Bring the kids, grandkids, neighbors and friends.
We have some new (old) movies to show you for the first time. Some comedies, some westerns, some cartoons…
Our second half season schedule will be be out as soon as we get it finalized. The schedule is subject to change. Changes will be announced at the shows.
Questions? Call Dave Weesner at 719-473-02010
Pikes Peak Area Theatre Organ Society
and the ILC Organ Committee Proudly Presents:
ORGAN POWER LUNCHES
at the Organ Gym
Great Music, Movies and Fun!!
Bring your lunch or buy one at the show for $5.
Thursdays – Sep 7, 14, 21 & 28 at Noon
No admission charge. We welcome your donations.
Featuring your favorite artists:
September 7th – Jim Calm - “Calm” is the name, Music is the game!
September 14th – Bob Flinn – Life's a Holiday on Primrose Lane!
September 21st – Keith Roberts – Last day of summer, Sweet Music!
September 28th – Nick Taylor and Mike Guyote – First time at the Gym!
Offering Fantastic Food! Lunch special is $5 includes drink – Pie is $1 extra..
The Organ Gym is at 828 East Pikes Peak Avenue (Emmanuel Lutheran School)
Just six blocks east of the City Auditorium - Off street parking in the alley.
Enter from Institute Street – Overflow parking in the school yard.
Any questions? Call Dave Weesner (719) 473-2010
Absolutely Amazing Sounds!
From 2400 pipes plus percussions
Come and hear Colorado's Largest
Theater Pipe Organ