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Find Me Answers: 1- WATER, 2- GAME
2014 May
Pg 15 - The Sunshine Express
Fun Page Solutions
Riddle Me Answers:
1- An envelope, 2- A mammoth,
3- Nothing, it just waved
Cryptogram Answer:
¡°Be with wise men and become wise.¡±
- Proverbs
Tease Me Answer:
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-Young People¡¯s Theater
presents ¡®Fantastic Mr. Fox¡¯,
May 2-4, 6p, Sheridan Opera
House, Telluride, Twenty-five
students in grades 3, 4 & 5
will perform this hilarious
musical tale live at the his-
toric Sheridan Opera House.
-Library Ladies¡¯ Luncheon,
May 3, 11a-1p, The Livery,
Norwood, annual Fashion
Show & Ladies¡¯ Luncheon
hosted by The Friends of the
Norwood Public Library.
Theme is ¡®Let¡¯s Celebrate!¡¯,
tickets can be purchased at
Norwood Public Library. For
more info, email Melissa Bray: or
Jenn Dinsmore:
-CENERENTOLA Live Screening, Palm Theater,
721 W Colorado Ave, Telluride, May 10, 11a, 3
hrs, 40 mins., a variation of the Cinderella story,
takes place in Italy late 18th century to early 19th
-Heritage Crafters Fair, May 10 & 24, 9a-4p,
Hitchin¡¯ Post parking lot, Norwood, The Heritage
Crafters Fair provides a visible, outdoor area to
sell the items you craft by hand at a low cost reg-
istration fee allowing you to continue creating in
your favorite craft medium. Booths are only $5 in
advance, $10 day of fair. Vendors wanted!, crafters
only. Every other weekend Apr 12-Oct 11, more
-May 14, Lone Cone Dressage Club Junior Div,
2-5p, San Miguel Fairgrounds, Norwood
-Spring Clean Up, May 16-17, 11a, Telluride, a
community-wide intitiative to help get rid of
unwanted household objects in a clean & environ-
mentally-friendly way. Household trash, recycling,
composting materials, hazardous waste & more
can be taken to Black Bear Road/Shandoka Parking
Lot for safe disposal. Call New Community Coali-
tion with more questions: 970.728.1340.
-Twenty(By)Telluride, May 20, 7p, New Sheridan
Bar, 20 Slides x 20 Seconds Each x A Few Great
Minds = Twenty(By)Telluride, Presenters share
what makes them tick, their inspiration, their cre-
ative process, their passions, their muse with ex-
actly 20 slides & each slide is shown for exactly 20
seconds, challenging presenters to be precise. The
whole event is less than 1 hour long & it¡¯s really
fun. Visit: or 970.728.3930
-Mountainfilm in Telluride, May 23-27, Started in
1979, one of America¡¯s longest-running film festi-
vals. 970.728.4123,
Steamboat Springs/Craig:
-JazzReach, Fri May 2, 7:30p, Strings Music Pavil-
lion, 900 Strings Rd, A free community concert
featuring live music, video & narration.
-Hayden Cog Run, Sat, May 10, 10a, Hayden Town
Park, 229 S 3rd St, First event of the Steamboat
Running Series featuring 8.4M & 5k runs.
-Home & Garden Expo, Sat, May 10, 10a-2p,
Steamboat Community Center, 1605 Lincoln Ave,
Come learn about all the amazing home & garden
resources we have here in Steamboat.
-Spirit Challenge, May 24, 9a, Steamboat Springs
Middle School, 39610 Amethyst Dr, a Steamboat
Springs Running Series event featuring 10k & 5k
runs on rolling hills around Strawberry Park.
-SUP River Clinic, May 26, 9a-4p, Fetcher Pond,
Steamboat Paddleboard Adventures will teach you
how to navigate & safely paddleboard on a river.
-Yampa River Festival, May 30-Jun 1, 6p, Charlie¡¯s
Hole, Yampa River Downtown, Featuring slalom
& downriver races, freestyle competition, stand up
paddleboard events, & more.
-Yoga Center Birthday, May 31, 8a-1p, Yoga Center
of Steamboat, 701 Yampa St, Celebrate the 1 year
anniversary of the Yoga Center of Steamboat with
free yoga all morning.
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you visit these events!
Commonym Answers: 1- They are tossed;
2- They have caps