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After the kids are in bed and the sun sets – entertainment in Falcon and the areaFRANKIE’S TOO!***MUSIC AND DANCING (no cover charge) SATURDAY NIGHTSTexas Hold ’em on Tuesday nightsWednesday is karaoke nightSaturday, Jan. 19 – Chute NineFOOTBALL AT FRANKIE’SHappy hour all day long on Sundays, including 35-cent hot wings and a 10 oz. NY steak dinner for $8.95. Same story for Monday football and all Bronco games. In-house specials only.FRANKIE’S TOO AT WOODMEN & MERIDIAN495-8707; WWW.FRANKIESTOO.COMBLACK ROSE ACOUSTIC SOCIETY: JANUARYVisit to register for or find out more information on the following concerts.Jan. 11, Spring Creek Bluegrass bandThursday night acoustic jams:Jams run from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Benet Hill Center at 2577 N. Chelton Road in Colorado Springs, free but donations accepted. Information: web-siteBuffalo Grass Acoustic SocietyTHE BUFFALO GRASS ACOUSTIC SOCIETY, a spin-off from the Black Rose Acoustic Society, meets the third Friday of every month from January through May at the Cowboy Church of Peyton, 15500 Bradshaw Road in Peyton. The music starts with a jam session from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m., followed by two open stage acts and a feature act. The society breaks for summer and resumes its monthly schedule in September.On Jan. 18, the feature act will be Barry “Bear” Ward – a fourth generation farmer and stockman from southwest Kansas and an accomplished composer, songwriter and singer.Adult admission is $5 and kids under 16 see the show for free. Member admission is $3. Individual memberships are $15, and family memberships are $25.

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