Find Me Answers: 1- BEAR, 2- APPLE
Pg 15 - The Sunshine Express
Fun Page Solutions
Riddle Me Answers:
1- The letter E, 2- a rainbow,
3- Because it has a million degrees!
¡°He who is brave is free¡± - Seneca
Tease Me Answer:
888 + 88 + 8 + 8 + 8 = 1000
LocaL, RegionaL, WoRLdWide!
The SunShine expreSS
Visit us online at:
tWitteR, pinteRest & Facebook
When visiting our advertising sponsors, please remember to
mention that you saw them in The Sunshine Express.
-Nucla Naturita Chamber
Pasture Golf, Sept 6, 9-10a
-Idea Cafe, Sept 7, 7-9p,
Watch TedTalks and discuss
the ideas presented. Pot
Luck dinner for attendees.
Please visit us at:
-Heritage Crafters Fair, Sept
13 & 27, 9a-4p, Hitchin¡¯
Post parking lot, Norwood,
Vendors wanted, crafters
only. Every other weekend
until Oct 11, www.heritage-
-Sept 19-22, Telluride WOW
Festival, A health, fitness
and wellness event that will
bring world-class presenters,
instructors and athletes to
Telluride to lecture and hold
fitness classes on the latest
health, fitness, wellness, nu-
trition and medical trends.
-1st Annual His & Hers Sportsman¡¯s Chal-
lenge, Sept 20, 8:30a-4:30p, Sept 21, 8:30a-
12noon, 10 Ring Gun Club, Nucla, Prizes in
all 4 Categories! Single Entry Events are $15/
ea: Bench Rest Rifle; 100/200/300/400 Yard;
Pistol - Shotgun; Muzzleloading (no inlines).
*Volunteers needed, call 970.327.4004 to
inquire*, $3 fee for non-participants at the
door, Please bring your total entrance fee to the
check-in table on the 1st day of the challenge.
Presented by Norwood Chamber of Commerce,
Early register online by Sept 6 at: norwood-
-Norwood, Sept 27, 10:30a-6p, 78th Pioneer
Day Celebration, Coronation 10:30a, Grand
Ave, in front of postal office, Parade at 11a,
along Grand Ave, Parade signup/lineup 9a,
Norwood Community Center, or preregister at
Town Hall. Chuckwagon dinner 12noon, School
All Purpose Room; Street Games for all ages
@Norwood Football Field, 2p, Donations for
Street Games can be given to the ¡®Bandits¡¯
during the parade, or contact Anne Shaffer.
Other events: Log Cabin Historical Museum,
1120 Lucerne, open Sat 2-5p; Fiber Arts Show
at the Livery, 10a-4p, Sat & Sun; Johnny Kongo
at The Hitchin¡¯ Post. For more info call Anne
Shaffer: 970.327.4331 or Patti Grafmyer:
-Meeker Classic, Sept 3-7, 9a, Meeker, World
Class Sheep Dog Competition, 145 of the
world¡¯s best Sheep Dogs competing against
tough Meeker sheep. 970.878.0111
-Young Life Golf Tournament, Sept 4, 7:30a,
Rollingstone Ranch Golf Club, 1230 Steamboat
Blvd, A festive and fun golf outing to support
Young Life. Great prizes for people of all skills.
-Java & Jazz, Sept 5, 5:30-8:30p, Larson Barn,
Hwy 131, Steamboat, An evening filled with live
music, great food, drinks, and a silent auction
benefiting mentoring programs.
-Run Rabbit Run Ultramarathons, Sept 12-13,
6a, Base of Steamboat Ski Area in Gondola
Square, Featuring a 50-mile and 100-mile
-Yampa Valley Crane Festival, Sept 12-15, 3p,
Bud Werner Memorial Library, 1289 Lincoln
Ave, Featuring daily crane viewings, expert
speakers, films, art exhibits, workshops, family
activities & more.
-BBQ & Barn Dance, Sept 13, 5:30-9p, Wan-
dering Creek Ranch, 33850 CR 14, Steamboat,
The Rotary Club invites you to bring the family
for a night of fun, entertainment, and delicious
-Steamboat OktoberWest, Sept 19-20, 5p, Vari-
ous locations, Steamboat Springs, A Steam-
boat-style Oktoberfest with music, food, beer,
activities, chef competition and more.
-Emerald Mountain Run, Sept 20, 9a, Howelsen
Hill, 845 Howelsen Pkwy, Steamboat Springs
Running Series 12k on the fall colored trails of
-Poochy Paddle, Sept 21, 2-4p, Old Town Hot
Springs, 136 Lincoln Ave, Dogs are invited to
the Old Town Hot Springs to take a dip in the
pool, before it is closed for cleaning.
* * * * * * *
Thank you for remembering to mention
that you found them in The Sunshine Ex-
press when you attend these events!
Commonym Answers: 1- They all are
golden; 2- They all bring comfort