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Find Me Answers: 1- EYE 2- ANT
2018 April/May
Pg 15 - The Sunshine Express
Fun Page Solutions
Riddle Me Answers:
1- A chalkboard.
2- A b.
3- Baby elephants!
Cryptogram Answer:
¡°An ounce of patience is worth a pound of
brains.¡± - Dutch Proverb
Tease Me Answer:
A mailbox
Happenings
Sun May 27, register before Apr 30 for early-bird discount, 970.944.2527
Hotchkiss Cedaredge Delta
--Delta Spring Expo, Apr 6-7, Bill Heddles Recreation Ctr, 531 Palmer St, Delta,
vendors of all types, fun for the whole family
-Western Slope Hemp Convention, Apr 21, 1-9p, Creamery Arts Center, 165 W
Bridge St, Hotchkiss, live music, vendor tables, caterer, guest speakers, wet
bar, door prizes, vending space contact Gail: 970.234.5663
-Taste of Spring, Apr 21, 5-8p, Bill Heddles Recreation Ctr, 531 Palmer St,
Delta, showcases some of Western Colorado¡¯s finest cuisine, most sough
after wines, craft beers & unique spirits, $25 advance, $35 at the door
-Ela Family Farm Tours, Lunch and Dinner, Apr 28-29, 30753 L Rd, Hotchkiss,
Sat Apr 29 night dinner amongst our fruit trees, weather permitting, local chef
Peter Knapp of PJ¡¯s Eatery, sign up for dinner at our online store
-Hotchkiss Sheep Camp Stock Dog Trials, May 11-13, 1 block from downtown
Hotchkiss, watch the partnership between a dog & it¡¯s handler hearding sheep,
more events & attractions throughout the weekend
-Robidoux Artist Camp, Ft Uncompahgre, May 18-20, Delta, opportunity to
photograph, film & paint the finest period correct, time period models
Montrose/Olathe/Ridgway/Ouray:
--Colorado Art Educators Association Show & Sale, 10a-4p, Downtown Mon-
trose Visitor¡¯s Ctr, exhibit in place during April
-Community Spaghetti Dinner, Save the Sculptures, Apr 8, 5-8p, Elks Lodge,
spaghetti, salad, bread, dessert PLUS Music, Silent Auction
-Fly Fishing Film Tour, Apr 14, 3p, Montrose Pavilion, benefits Uncompahgre
Watershed Partnership, casting and fly tying demos, free, show at 7p,
casting & cocktails 6p, tickets available at Montrose Anglers and online at
fishrigs.com
-Apr 22, May 25, 6-9p, Sherbino debuts Board Game
Cafe Nights, offering patrons food & drink, access to
libraries of games, Monopoly, Risk, Twilight Strug-
gle, Pandemic, Strategy, Settlers of Catan, much
more, also BYOG: bring your own game is encour-
aged, Sherbino Theater, 604 Clinton St, Ridgway,
970.318.0892
-Apr 28-29, Weehawken Dance presents ¡®Peter Pan¡¯,
1-4p, Fly through a starlit night & head straight into
a magical adventure in Neverland with Weehawken
Dance¡¯s spring dance production, Sat at 1p & 6p, Sun
at 1p, General Admission tickets can be purchased at
www.weehawkenarts.org, in-person tickets available
at Tiffany, Etc. beginning April 11, Reserved Section
tickets only by phone at 970.318.0150, $9-$17 gen-
eral admission, $25-$31 reserved, Montrose Pavilion,
1800 Pavilion Dr, Montrose
-May 1, Latin Fever Salsa Night w/Alberto Mejia,
6:30-9p, start the night with basic step salsa dance
lesson, Doors open 6p, lesson begins 6:30p, Dancing
begins 7p, Sherbino Theater, 604 Clinton St, Ridg-
way, Brian Scranton, 970.201.8570
-Harlem Wizards, May 2, Lloyd McMillan Gym, The
Funtastic and High-Flying Harlem Wizards are com-
ing, To buy tickets & jerseys visit harlemwizards.com
-Evening Astronomy Talks, May 2, 6-11p, South Rim
Campground & Visitor Ctr, Black Canyon National
Park, Rangers & local astronomers present evening
talks May-Sep, every Wed & Fri night weather per-
mitting, park always open to stargaze on your own
-Sherb Nerds, May 23, 6:30-9p, Entry by donation,
trivia nights, led by local quiz masters, teams up to 6
people, variety of prizes up for grabs, Sherbino The-
ater, 604 Clinton St, Ridgway, 970.318.0892
Norwood/Nucla/Naturita/Telluride:
--Koto Radio hosts ¡®End Of Season Street Dance¡¯, Apr
6, 4-8p, live music, drinks to purchase, Main Street,
Telluride
-Closing Day, Telluride Ski Resort, Apr 8
-AromoYIN 30 Hour Yoga Teacher Training, juicy
new style of yoga, Infusing the wisdom of the
chakras with the balancing properties of aroma-
therapy, training includes Yin Yoga, Restorative Yoga,
Aromatherapy, Guided Chakra Meditation, Hands-On
Assists, registration closed Apr 11, Training begins
Apr 18-22, 8a-4p, Telluride Yoga Ctr, 970.729.1673
-**Sunshine Express Miramonte Mother¡¯s Day Fishing
Derby, Miramonte Lake, May 13, 6a-3p, win $500 in
cash, more prizes up for grabs, located in the Dan
Noble State Wildlife Area, approximately 20 minutes
south of Norwood, the place to be for Mother¡¯s Day,
$10/person any age, Entry forms available at the
lake day of derby or online along w/directions/map,
conditions, tips at:
sunshineexpressmedia.com/sunshine-express-events
For more info or to donate a prize contact KingDaddy
at: 970.864.2142
-Telluride Literary Arts festival, May 18-20, 10a-1p,
Wilkinson Public Library, Ah Haa School, Telluride Arts
HQ, Liberty Bar, poetry performances, writing work-
shops, author brunch, live theater for kiddos, Literary
Burlesque, something for everyone, FREE with the
exception of Burlesque $15 available at Between the
Covers Bookstore & Ah Haa School, 970.728.4504
-Telluride-Mountain Village Gondola Opens for Sum-
mer Operation, daily 6a-midnight, extended hours
until 2a on Fri and Sat nights
-Mountainfilm in Telluride, May 25-28, 10a-10p,
Various locations, screening leading independent
documentary films from around the world, full-
day symposium on a critical contemporary issue,
art & photography exhibits, early morning coffee
talks, book signing party, ice cream social, stu-
dent programs, closing picnic/awards ceremony,
970.728.4123
Commonym Answers: 1- They¡¯re all water;
2- They¡¯re all paper