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Find Me Answers: 1- LARK, 2- PEAR
2014 October
Pg 15 - The Sunshine Express
Fun Page Solutions
Riddle Me Answers:
1- Vanishing cream, 2- A lights-witch,
3- He couldn¡¯t face defeet!
Cryptogram Answer:
¡°Stolen kisses are always sweetest.¡±
- Leigh Hunt
Tease Me Answer:
None, An ambulance doesn¡¯t pour water!
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-Oct 3-5, Telluride,
Screenwriters in the Sky
is a unique experience
where you¡¯ll not only
get an insider¡¯s perspec-
tive on the film industry
and what it will take
to become a working
screenwriter, but you¡¯ll
also have the opportunity
to jump-start your career
by meeting with success-
ful Hollywood profes-
sionals one-on-one. For
more info email: katie@
-Idea Cafe, Oct 5, 7-9p,
Watch TedTalks & discuss
the ideas presented.
Pot Luck dinner for at-
tendees, Free, Website:
-A free legal clinic 2-5p, on the 2nd
Wednesday of each month, Nucla Public
Library, 544 Main St, Nucla. By computer
link, volunteer attorneys will answer ques-
tions, help fill out forms, and explain the
process and procedure for all areas of civil
litigation, including family law, property
law, probate law, collections, appeals,
landlord-tenant law, small claims, vet-
erans issues, and civil protection orders.
Walk-ins welcome, and everyone will be
helped on a 1st-come, 1st-served basis.
-Telluride Horror Show, Oct 10-12, For 3
days, film fans will experience the latest
horror, fantasy, and sci-fi films in Tel-
luride¡¯s historic Sheridan Opera House &
Nugget Theatre. The festival screens an
average of 20 feature films and 30+ short
films, and hosts special programs, guests,
and events. Named one of the ¡°20 Cool-
est Film Festivals¡± in 2011 by Moviemaker
-Heritage Crafters Fair, 9a-4p, Oct 11,
Hitchin¡¯ Post parking lot, Norwood, a vis-
ible, outdoor area to sell the items you
craft by hand at a low cost registration fee
allowing you to continue creating in your
favorite craft medium.
-Nucla/Naturita Chamber Night of Enter-
tainment Dinner Concert, Oct 11, 5:30-
-Gourd Circle, Oct 22, 6:30-9p, Bring
your poems, stories or other writing or
something you want to read from an-
other source, or just listen as the gourd
is passed around the circle. Some-
times we¡¯ll have a guest poet or author,
-KOTO Halloween Bash, Oct 31, Dress in
your best costume and come on out for
KOTO¡¯s annual Halloween Bash! Starts 8p.
Steamboat Springs/Craig:
-Bust of Steamboat, Oct 17, 5-8p, Three
Peaks Bar & Grill, 2165 Pine Grove Rd, A
fun & whimsical fundraiser to benefit local
women to fight against breast cancer.
-Entrepreneurship Seminar, Oct 24,
7:30a-4:30p, Colorado Mountain College,
1275 Crawford Ave, Entrepreneurship
event with leading national & local pre-
senters on running a small business.
-Haunted Tours, Oct 25, 1184 Crawford
Ave, Explore the historic Crawford House
featuring ghost stories from historic
Colorado, four tours at 4, 5:30, 7, and
8:30p. Reservations required, plus $5 tour
fee per person, call: 970.879.2214 or:
-Halloween Stroll, Oct 31, 5-7p, Down-
town Steamboat, Lincoln Ave, Mainstreet
is closed to traffic & filled with ghouls and
goblins alike.
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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 smell
fishy!; 2- They all zoom!