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Find Me Answers: 1- BANANA 2- EASTER
2018 February/March
Pg 15 - The Sunshine Express
Fun Page Solutions
Riddle Me Answers:
1- Web designers
2- It lost it¡¯s contacts
3- Leeks!
Cryptogram Answer:
¡°One man with courage makes a majority.¡± -
Andrew Jackson
Tease Me Answer:
A Clock
Happenings
-Health Fair, Mar 16, 6:30-10a, Cedaredge Civic Center Dining Hall, first come first
serve, www.deltahospital.org
-Eckert Crane Days, Mar 16-18, Fruit Growers Reservoir, eckertcranedays.com
Montrose/Olathe/Ridgway/Ouray:
--Feb 3 & Mar 3, Kids Climbing College (KCC), first-come-first-serve, 10a-2p, free for
kids ages 7-17 to try the exciting sport of ice climbing, Ouray Ice Park Kids Wall, a
specially developed 40-foot high, 140-foot wide slab of ice located on top of the ice
park with easy walking access, features a dozen routes, various levels of difficulty,
San Juan Mountain Guides will provide harnesses, helmets, boots, crampons and ice
tools, participants should bring: an adult to sign paperwork, warm clothes, gloves,
winter boots/ski boots and warm hat, participant¡¯s families park in the designated Ice
Park Parking areas and walk up to the Kids Wall
-Burns¡¯ Night Dinner Dance, Feb 3, 6:30-9:59p, Bar opens 5:30p, Elk¡¯s Club, 421
Main St, Ouray, fundraiser for the Elks¡¯ Veteran¡¯s Fund, dinner, piping, Burns¡¯ poetry
readings, Haggis, toasts, Ceilidh Band: Devil¡¯s Dram, dancing, fun, dinner & dance:
$35 ($60/couple), Dance Only: $10 ($15/couple), Order tickets from John Lorimer
970-325-7961 or at: jlorimer@lornet.co
-Latin Fever Salsa Night w/Alberto Mejia, Feb 6, 6-9p, start the night with basic step
salsa dance lesson, doors open 6p, salsa lesson begins 6:30 dancing begins 7p, The
Sherbino Theater, 604 Clinton St, Ridgway, 970.201.8570, Contact Trisha Oakland
970.318.0150 or programs@weehawkenarts.org
-Montrose Downtown Free Valentines Day Carriage Rides, Feb 14, 11:30a-2:30p,
Downtown Montrose in front of Wild Rose and Chow Down Pet Supplies Inc.
-Furry Flicks & Fashion Mar 10, 4:30-7:30p, Ridgway 4-H Event Ctr, film festival and
fashion show that¡¯s gone to the dogs, Yappy hour, silent auction, Bow Wow Films, dog
fashion show, showing of winning photo & video contest entries (enter by March 1),
Tickets advance: $15/adults, $12/kids under 12 ($20/$15 at door) available at:
BowWowFilmFest.com, Info: AdoptMountainPets.org/events
-Ouray County Performing Arts Guild presents the
Cashore Marionettes, Mar 16, 7-8:30p, Wright Opera
House, 472 Main St, Ouray, 970.325.4399, award-
winning artist Joseph Cashore brings his enchantingly
expressive marionettes to life in a performance entitled
¡®Life in Motion¡¯, celebrates the richness of life, $20/
adults, $5/students, available at: www.ocpag.org
-St. Patrick¡¯s Dinner and Green Bingo Fundraiser, Mar 17,
Ouray Elk¡¯s Club, 421 Main St, Ouray, 970.325.4510
-Altrusa Spring Luncheon Mar 24, 9a-3p, Montrose Pavil-
ion, Montrose, themed ¡®A Broadway Melody¡¯, fundraiser
for Altrusa International of Montrose, beautiful decorated
tables, fashion show, live auction, door prizes and lunch
Norwood/Nucla/Naturita/Telluride:
--SAF Young People¡¯s Theater presents ¡®Mary Poppins¡¯,
Feb 2-3 & 5, 6-8:30p, Sheridan Opera House, Telluride,
$15/adults, $12/children 18 & under in advance, $1
more at the door, 970.728.6363
-¡¯Mind Blown¡¯, the #1 show in Telluride, Feb 3, 10, 17,
24, Mar 3, 10, 17, 24, 31, 7-9p, Madeline Hotel in the
heart of Mountain Village, experience the astonishing
magic of Ty Gallenbeck up close, laugh, question reality
and be part of creating an experience you will not soon
forget, we encourage guests to dress to impress as it
helps create a magical evening, recommended for ages
12 & up, 970.216.5680
-Calling lovers of all kinds to the Chocolate Lovers¡¯
Fling, fundraiser for San Miguel Resource Ctr, Feb 10,
8-11:30p, Telluride Conference Ctr, help us end domes-
tic violence and sexual assault in our community, event
helps us raise 1/3 of our annual budget, dozens of bite
sized chocolate desserts from premiere regional chefs,
dancing & music all night long, 970.728.5842
-Free legal clinic for parties who have no attorney, Feb
14 & Mar 14, 2-5p, 2ND Wed each month, Nucla Public
Library, 544 Main St, Nucla, and the Naturita Commu-
nity Library, 107 W 1st Ave, Naturita, by computer link,
volunteer attorneys answer questions, help fill out forms,
explain the process & procedure for all areas of civil
litigation, including family law, property law, probate law,
collections, appeals, landlord-tenant law, small claims,
veterans issues, civil protection orders, 1st come 1st
served, please contact your Library to schedule an ap-
pointment
-Telluride Comedy Festival, Feb 15-18, 5-6p, The Sheri-
dan Opera House will open NEW Show Bar 1 hour before
each show, stick around after show for local stand up
comedy talent, to purchase tickets and for more info
visit: SheridanOperaHouse.com
-Backcountry Film Festival, Feb 24, 7-9p, Jagged Edge,
513.600.8053
-The Blue Party, Mar 9, 6-10p, Mountain Village Con-
ference Ctr, a ¡®Blue-Tie¡¯ Event, Join Telluride Adaptive
Sports Program, a night of eating, drinking, dancing
& bidding, $65 ($75 at the door) includes hearty hors
d¡¯oeuvres from The Village Table, Rustico, Wine Geek
Food Freak, Siam and Siam¡¯s Talay Grille, Bistro, Krasic¡¯s
Cuisine, The Butcher & The Baker and more, music by
Anders Brothers, a glass of award-winning Emeritus
Pinot Noir, silent auction, all proceeds benefit Adaptive
Program¡¯s scholarship fund for low-income participants
with disabilities, 970.728.3524
-Telluride Rotary Red Ball Express, Mar 25, 3:30-4p,
Mountain Village, NASTAR ski run, over 100 large red
balls are rolled down the ski run, each ball corresponds
to ticket numbers to determine the winner, all local non-
profits and school clubs invited to participate selling tick-
ets to earn money for their organizations, 619.517.5336
-Burlesque: A Fundraiser for Telluride Theatre, Mar 28-
30, 8-10p, Historic Sheridan Opera House, 970.728.6363
-CBF youth Easter Play - ¡®CSI Jerusalem: The Empty
Tomb¡¯, Apr 1, in the Evening Service, 6p, Community
Bible Fellowship, Nucla, actors will be in Bible costumes,
mark your calendars, looking forward to seeing you
there!
Commonym Answers: 1- They¡¯re all Up; 2-
They¡¯re all Horns