• Sheridan Arts: “World Most Mysterious Mystery"

    5 days ago.

    Fundraiser for SAFYPT scholarship fund. Saturday, September 27, 7 p.m., $10 adults and $5 kids 12 and under. $25 for pre-show wine & cheese reception It's a MYSTERY...why Parents and Kids have never been on stage together in a Young People’s…

  • Telluride Museum: A Talk About Pueblo Pottery

    1 week ago.

    A history of ancestral Pueblo pottery, studies in the Southwest, presented by Telluride Historical Museum in association with Crow Canyon Archaeological Center at Telluride Library. Crow Canyon Archaeological Center  is located northwest of the town of Cortez in southwestern Colorado.…

  • Telluride Theatre: BEAR IT!

    2 weeks ago.

    Bear safety for the 21st century, presented by Telluride Theatre in association with Black  Bear Awareness Week. Wednesday, September 9 and Thursday, September 10, 8 p.m. at the Steaming Bean. FREE! Five years strong! BEAR IT! an original show, played to SOLD…

  • TSRC Town Talks: Musings on 2014

    2 weeks ago.

    and planning for 2015 2014 is a big 30th birthday year for the Telluride Science Research Center, and reflecting on the success of this summer’s Town Talks reminds me that with your support, we have established an annual tradition unique to our…

  • Telluride Museum: To Bee or Not to Bee

    3 weeks ago.

    The Spelling Bee Returns! Telluride Historical Museum’s hosts the 2nd Annual Adult Spelling Bee. Team Spelling Bee is daring, fun, and outrageous – the BUZZ is on!  Is orthography the bee in your bonnet? Do morphemes make your bees' knees quiver…

  • Lundahl Captures Telluride’s “Outlaw Spirit”

    3 weeks ago.

    “This is a magnificent book, sweeping in its vision of the most beautiful town in America, the magical box canyon where nature perpetually exhibits what Emily Dickinson once called the “far theatricals of day," and where the humans lucky enough…

  • Telluride Museum: “An Evening with Ken Burns”

    1 month ago.

    “(Ken) Burns is not only the greatest documentarian of the day, but also the most influential filmmaker period. That includes feature filmmakers like George Lucas and Steven Spielberg. I say that because Burns not only turned millions of persons onto…

  • Telluride Theatre: "Bread & Circus," An Insider Lifts the Curtain

    1 month ago.

    “Visionaries, leaders, heroes—those close to the edge of neuroticism—have moved out of the society that would have protected them, and into the dark forest, into the world of fire, of original experience…The courage to face the trials and to bring…

  • One to One Mentoring: Top Chef Competition Friday

    1 month ago.

    All proceeds from One to One’s Top Chef event this Friday go to support unique mentoring programs in the region. Presented by Alpine Bank. Get your tickets here or call 970-728-0885. Twenty years ago, in 1994, the One to One…

  • The Palm: Leo Kottke in Concert August 22

    1 month ago.

    Go to Leo Kottke’s website: the “Tour Schedule” page is written in reverse type against a black background and features an armadillo  – an animal with a leathery armored shell. (Is there a metaphor and/or big hint lurking in the…

  • Two Skirts & SMRC: Clutch for the Cause Thursday

    1 month ago.

    It’s the bag she’s in. When the Telluride Foundation announced that Kristin Holbrook of Two Skirts is the 2014 Outstanding Citizen of the Year, the press release cited “her unwavering commitment to volunteerism, community service and philanthropic giving.”  The nomination…

  • Telluride Theatre: Bread & Circus

    1 month ago.

    Telluride Theatre’s “Bread & Circus,” is an original play by artistic director Sasha Sullivan in collaboration with the cast & crew. Curtain, 8:00 pm, August 17-22, in the Hotel Madeline ballroom. Free, though a $15 donation is greatly appreciated. To become a…

  • Telluride Arts: Art Walk Highlites, August

    1 month ago.

    No doubt the two featured artists at Arroyo, 220 East Colorado, Alberto Murillo and Chriss Crossen, owe a debt to artists such as Helen Frankenthaler, Ken Noland, Morris Louis, who were among the superstar Color Field painters of the 1960s.…

  • Telluride Library: Afghanistan Update 8/7

    1 month ago.

    When this Telluride local opens his emails in the morning he finds the same daily reminders, sales events, and news feeds we all find. However – and here’s the rub – Lawry de Bivort,  a long-time Middle East analyst, might also find a…

  • Telluride History Museum: August, Fireside Chats & Ken Burns

    1 month ago.

    As the summer winds down, things heat up at the Telluride Historical Museum. August includes Fireside Chats, 11th annual Feasting on History: A Culinary Tour Through Telluride, and a special Evening with Ken Burns.  Fireside Chats:  'Rosie the Riveter'  …

  • Mudd Butts #28: It’s About Time

    1 month ago.

    It may be children’s theater, but the Telluride Academy’s Mudd Butt Mystery Theatre Troupe has never shied away from the deep issues that confront the human condition. Playfully woven into an often wacky story line enacted by middle-schoolers in wild costumes carrying…