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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 NIGHTS OCTOBER ENTERTAINMENTOct. 6 – Brotherly LuvOct. 13 – Last Band on EarthOct. 20 – Big Ivory & the TicklersOct. 27 – Halloween party – JoAnn TaylorDANCE TO THE DJ’S EVERY FRIDAY NIGHTTexas Hold ’em on Tuesday nightsFOOTBALL 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.FRANKIE’S TOO AT WOODMEN & MERIDIAN495-8707; WWW.FRANKIESTOO.COMBLACK ROSE ACOUSTIC SOCIETY: OCTOBERVisit to register for or find out more information on the following concerts.Open stage concerts:$5 general public; $3 Black Rose Acoustic Society members; Information: Web site or 633-3660.Opening acts start at 7 p.m. at the Black Forest Community Center, 12530 Black Forest Road at Shoup RoadOct 12: Scott Taylor, singing cowboy and folk music.Oct 26: singer/songwriter Joe Uveges.Thursday 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 siteSaturday morning kids’ acoustic jamsOct 13: Kids’ acoustic music jams for musicians 18 and under. 10 a.m. Benet Hill Center; Information: Web site or call (719) 488-9487.Teens acoustic jam (musicians 13 to 19)Oct. 27: Benet Hill Center; 10 a.m., free but donations accepted; visit Web site or contact 495-4941 for more informationSpecial ConcertSaturday, Oct. 20, Dry Branch Fire Squad at the Black Forest Community Center

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