Historic Pub Crawl To Kick Off Telluride Blues & Brews
[click “Play” to listen to Susan’s conversation with Beth Roberts]
Fast forward to the 1960s. Hospitals and banks closed, only 600 locals remained, but saloons endured. In the 1970s, when Telluride became a ski resort, a new generation of ski bums and hippies wrote another chapter of our town’s drinking history.
The Telluride Museum’s pub crawl includes stops at Honga’s Lotus Petal (site of the infamous Roma), The Last Dollar Saloon, The New Sheridan Bar and Sheridan Opera House, where the Crawl ends and an evening of music begins.
Tickets for the crawl are $30 and include the guided tour, beer stein with historic image and tickets to the Sheridan Opera House concert or $20 for the Crawl and stein. Tickets for the Nathan McEuen concert alone are $15 at the door. Show time is 8 p.m.
To learn more about the fun, click the “play” button and listen to the Museum’s Beth Roberts’ interview.
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