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Find Me Answers: 1- LEG 2- STOP
2018 December/January
Pg 15 - The Sunshine Express
Fun Page Solutions
Riddle Me Answers:
1- Sawdust
2- A lobSTAR
3- Baby tigers!
Cryptogram Answer:
¡°Stand straight, walk proud, have a little
faith.¡± - Garth Brooks
Tease Me Answer:
A Pea
Happenings
-Weehawken¡¯s Annual Gingerbread House Events, 1-2:45p, Dec 15, Mon-
trose, Dec 16, Ouray, Buckets of candy, oodles of frosting, sticky fingers,
heaps of smiles, a kajillion sugar-coated photo ops, Families must reserve
a house in advance ($15 each) and will arrive to either The Montrose Field
House (Weehawken Montrose) on Dec 15 OR the Ouray Community Ctr on
Dec 16 to find a fully assembled house that just needs the magic of imagi-
nation & decoration, take the house home for enjoyment during the holiday
season, additional donations appreciated, Register through Weehawken
Creative Arts at 970.318.0150 or online
-The Ugly Sweater Party, Dec 18, 6-9p, The Bridges & Remington¡¯s Restau-
rant, Join the Montrose Chamber of Commerce & Montrose Young Profes-
sionals for The Ugly Sweater Party, anyone 21+ welcome, eat, drink & be
ugly
-Montrose Spectacular Gala, Jan 19, 5:33-11:03p, Montrose Pavilion, an
unusual cocktail hour enhanced w/inventive hors d¡¯oeuvres service, star-
tling performances, arrivals, games, spectacular experiences, evening filled
w/unique costumes, one of a kind awards presentation, engaging games,
dancing & laughter, email information@montrosechamber.com or call
970.249.5000 to purchase tickets now
Norwood/Nucla/Naturita/Telluride:
--Telluride Noel Night, Dec 5, 5:30-9p, retailers host fun holiday shop-
ping evening w/great discounts, food, drinks, more, Ski Tree & Main Street
Lighting ceremony in Elks Park at 5:30p
-Parade of Lights & Elfin Eve, Dec 6, Naturita & Nucla, 5-8p, soup & chili
supper $5 at Nucla firehouse, Christmas cheer and more, parade starts at
Dark in Naturita and ends in Nucla
-Christmas Cantata, Dec 7 & 9, 7p Dec 7 at Trail-
head Church in Norwood, 3p Dec 9 at Paradox
Community Bldg (little red church), 7p Dec 9 at First
Baptist Church in Nucla
-Telluride Fire Festival, Dec 7-10, Larger-than-life,
interactive fire art, a fiery art car, fire dancers,
Cabaret Style show, a Fire Ball at North America¡¯s
highest nightclub atop the ski mountain, Fire
sculpture garden, featuring art that burns to the
ground, free workshops visit:
www.telluridefirefestival.org to sponsor, purchase
tickets, volunteer or submit an art installation,
970.708.1059
-Mountain Village becomes the North Pole, Dec
15-16, Holiday Movies, Train Rides, Santa and his
workshop, Live Reindeer, children¡¯s holiday
surprises around every corner, Ride the gondola to
Telluride Conference Ctr, 1-5p, Holiday Movies, free
hot chocolate & popcorn, Parents¡¯ Lounge & cash
bar, Ice Skating noon-4p, Sledding on Sat 4:30-
6p, Curling Demo 10a-12p on Sat, Sat Tree Light-
ing Ceremony at Heritage Plaza 6p, Skating show
6:15p, Ice Skating Party, raffles, giveaways, food
& drink specials, activities all free of charge, events
& times subject to change
-Christmas Eve Torchlight Parade, Dec 24, 6:30-7p,
gather in Town of Telluride & watch skiers & board-
ers meander down Coonskin & Telluride Trail w/
blazing red torchlights
-The Downlow: Holidays, a night of storytelling,
Dec 26, 7p-12a, Black Box at the Palm, Telluride,
Free & open to public, hat will be passed, Telluride
Theatre members & sponsors get RESERVED seats,
970.708.7629
-Ah Haa¡¯s New Year¡¯s Eve Gala: An Extraordinary
Evening of Fine Art & Elegant Cuisine, Dec 31,
5:30-10p, Ah Haa School for the Arts, Telluride,
mixture of fun, creativity & elegance, Daniel Tucker
Gallery transformed into formal dining room,
cocktail reception w/hors d¡¯ouevres, four-course
plated sit-down dinner, conversations w/featured
Gala Artists, $300/person, $2,250/table (8 seats),
call Kathleen Cole 970.728.3886 to reserve your
spot
-International Women¡¯s Ski day, Jan 12, 9a-4p,
Bootdoctors, Mountain Village, day filled w/tutus
& costumes, ripping w/awesome women, demos,
raffles & more, free ski & snowboard demos,
delicious breakfast, awesome swag, cool big prizes,
all ages & levels invited, visit web page for updates,
970.728.8009
-Herbal Medicine Making, Infusions, Decoctions,
Kshira Paka & Nourishing Tonics with Julie Peterson,
Jan 23, 5:30-7:30p, Ah Haa School for the Arts, Tel-
luride, Learn the art & science of preparing
herbal infusions & decoctions, methods from
Western herbal tradition & some unique Ayurvedic
preparations, students leave w/clear concept of how
& why to prepare herbs in specific manners plus an
assortment of useful & delicious recipes
including Chaga Coco, Nourishing Winter Tonic
(to boost ojas -core vitality), Arjuna Kshira Paka,
Golden Milk, Lavender, Matcha Latte, more,
970.728.3886
Commonym Answers: 1- They¡¯re all Cakes;
2- They¡¯re all Berries