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Find Me Answers: 1- LOVE, 2- CAT
2017 February/March
Pg 15 - The Sunshine Express
Fun Page Solutions
Riddle Me Answers:
1- A Pillow
2- The letter V
3- A Rainbow!
Cryptogram Answer:
¡°The greatest healing therapy is friendship and
love.¡± - Hubert H. Humphrey
Tease Me Answer:
He fell off the 2nd step.
Happenings
Norwood/Nucla/Naturita/
Telluride:
--The Ghostriders Ski Team,
Fridays until March 31, 4-5p,
Telluride Ski Resort, Bottom
of Lift 4, Six to eight skiers
perform elaborate maneuvers
requiring split-second precision
practicing their routine every
Fri down Misty Maiden into
Mountain Village
-Free legal clinic for par-
ties who have no attorney,
2-3:30p, 2ND Wed/each
month, Nucla Public Library,
544 Main St, Naturita Commu-
nity Library, 107 West 1st Ave,
by computer link
-Calling lovers of all kinds,
the Chocolate Lovers¡¯ Fling
fundraiser for the San Miguel
Resource Center, Feb 11,
Telluride Conference Center,
8-11:30p, help us to end
domestic violence and sexual
assault in our community,
dozens of bite sized chocolate
desserts from our premiere re-
gional chefs, dancing & music
all night long, 970.728.5842
-Telluride Mountain Club¡¯s
Winter Fundraising Film Night,
Feb 20, 6-9p, Sheridan Opera
House, showcasing three short
winter films from Patagonia,
local Telluride talent and the
¡®River of Sorrow¡¯ documentary
surrounding the Lower Dolores
River, tickets at the door $10,
Telluride Mountain Club Mem-
bers free, doors open 6p, show
starts 7p, raffle, learn more:
www.telluridemountainclub.
org/tmtc-winter-fundraising-
film-night
-Spring Cleansing Juice
Fast, a cleansing retreat to
stimulate your rising energy
within, supported w/daily yoga
classes, meditation, massage
therapy(by appointment), nu-
tritional coaching & cleansing
information also provided, de-
licious, fresh organic juices &
teas prepared by knowledge-
able & experienced health
practitioners for specific cleansing results, rest &
time in nature, all to deeply support the process,
Mar 24-26, Earthstar Retreat Ctr, 970.946.1132
-Backcountry Film Festival, March 30, 8:30-
10:30p, The Nugget Theater, Telluride,
303.996.2764
-KOTO End of Season Street Dance, March 31,
3-5p, Telluride, Main Street
Steamboat Springs/Craig:
--Feb 8-12, winter carnival, Various locations,
Steamboat Springs
5:30p
-Feb 8, Join the Chief & Bud Werner Memorial
Library as they continue their Free Foreign Film
Series, Chief Theater, 813 Lincoln Ave, 7p
-Feb 10-13, Stars & Stripes Heroes Camp, STARS
cordially invites all recently Wounded Warriors to
the annual 2-1/2 day ski camp,
base of Steamboat Ski Area in Gondola Square,
9a
-Feb 10, Join Yampatika to snowshoe by the light
of the moon on Emerald Mountain and Howelsen
Hill, 845 Howelsen Pkwy, 5p
-Feb 11, Join Colorado Mountain College as they
celebrate their 50th anniversary this year, 1330
Bob Adams Drive, 4:30p
-Feb 12, Diamond Hitch Brunch, Watch the
Winter Carnival Diamond Hitch Parade from the
second floor of the Steamboat Art Museum, 807
Lincoln Avenue, 9a
-Feb 14, Pairing Dinner, Join Mountain Tap
Brewery for a delicious 3 course meal paired
with their locally brewed craft beers, 910 Yampa
Street, 6p
-Feb 14, Join us for a spectacular on-snow torch-
light parade down the mountain followed by fire-
works, base of Steamboat Ski Area in Gondola
Square, Time TBD
-Feb 14, Winter Film Series, presented by the
Tread of Pioneers Museum once a month, Chief
Theater, 813 Lincoln Ave, 7p
-Feb 15-16, USDA Grant Training, Join the US
Department of Agriculture for this event to learn
more about USDA grant opportunities, Craig, 9a
-Feb 15, Hitchen¡¯s Brothers Jump Night, hosted
on select Wednesdays during the winter season,
Howelsen Hill, 845 Howelsen Parkway, 5p
-Feb 15, Poetry Slam, Share your original poetry with a sup-
portive audience & compete to win a $10 gift card, Off the
Beaten Path, 68 9th Street, 6p
-Feb 16-18, Steamboat Dance Theatre, Over 100 local com-
munity dancers put on this always-entertaining annual perfor-
mance, Steamboat Springs High School, 45 Maple St, 7p
-Feb 17, A Taste of History, Join the Tread of Pioneers Museum
as they present this talk focusing on how to use what¡¯s on hand
to make household essentials such as cough syrup, furniture
polish, starch, soap and more, 800 Oak St, 12p
-Feb 17, Monumental Ski Film, Join the Chief Theater for this
film on skiing our National Parks, 813 Lincoln Ave, 7p
-Feb 18, Ski Race, test your speed & technical ability at Steam-
boat Ski Resort in this one time opportunity, 2305 Mt Werner
Circle, 8a
-Feb 18, Join the Chief Theater and Winter Wildlands Alliance
for the 2017 Backcountry Film Festival, Chief Theater, 813
Lincoln Avenue, 7p
-Feb 22, Join Yampatika to snowshoe by the light of the moon,
Emerald Mtn & Howelsen Hill, 845 Howelsen Pkwy, 5p
-Feb 23-28, A mountain celebration of Mardi Gras w/Cajun
BBQ, a beer festival and a free concert, Steamboat Ski Area
-Mar 3, Broadway¡¯s Next Hit Musical, the only unscripted theat-
rical awards show, master improvisers gather made-up hit song
suggestions from the audience & create a spontaneous evening
of music, humor & laughter, Strings Music Pavillion, 900 Strings
Rd, 7p
-Mar 4, STARS Mountain Challenge, Steamboat Ski Area, Gon-
dola Square, 7:30a
Commonym Answers: 1- They¡¯re all
screens; 2- They¡¯re all towns