Here's a look at events happening Labor Day 2019 (Monday, Sept. 2) around Colorado Springs and the Pikes Peak region, along with a list of what's open and closed.

- Commonwheel Co-op's Labor Day Art and Craft Festival — Art, music and more, Memorial Park, Manitou Springs;

- The Labor Day Vintage Base Ball Game —  The game will be between the Camp Creek Cloud Busters and the 1882 Denver & Rio Grande Reds. First pitch 1 p.m. at Rock Ledge Ranch Historic Site in Garden of the Gods. Vendors have hot dogs, popcorn, ice cream and cold cream sodas. $8, students $4, children 5 and under free.

- Colorado State Fair — Pueblo;

- Labor Day Lift Off — Memorial Park, Colorado Springs;

- Taste of Colorado — With more than 50 of Coloradans’ favorite restaurants, Civic Center, Denver;

- Victor Celebrates the Arts — Plein air artists from around the country gather to paint on location in our historic town, Victor;

- Gathering at the Great Divide — More than 100 artists, Breckenridge;

- Rocky Mountain Beer Festival Tour — Craft beer, live music and classic lawn games, Boulder;


- Boulder Creek Hometown Festival — Arts, crafts, vendors beer and more, Boulder;


Banks and credit unions: Most banks and credit unions closed Monday; check with individual banks or credit unions.

Buses (Metro Transit): Buses run on Sunday schedule Monday.

Government offices: City, county, state and federal office closed Monday.

Libraries: All Pikes Peak Library District branches closed Monday.

Post Office: No mail service and office closed Monday.

Public schools: Closed Monday.

The Gazette: Office closed Monday; newspaper delivery unaffected.

Malls: The Citadel, Chapel Hills and the Promenade Shops at Briargate open 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday.

Major department and grocery stores: Open regular hours Monday.

Road conditions and other information:

Colorado: 1-877-315-7623,

Arizona: 1-888-411-7623,

Kansas: 1-800-585-7623,

Nebraska: 1-800-906-9069,

New Mexico: 1-800-432-4269,

Oklahoma: 1-844-465-4997,

Texas: 1-800-452-9292,

Utah: 1-866-511-8824,

Wyoming: 1-888-996-7623,

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