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Find Me Answers: 1- PINK 2- MEAT
2019 April/May
Pg 15 - The Sunshine Express
Fun Page Solutions
Riddle Me Answers:
1- A friend
2- Live
3- The living room!
Cryptogram Answer:
¡°Three meals plus bedtime make four sure
blessings a day.¡± - Mason Cooley
Tease Me Answer:
They are all married
Happenings
-Sherbino and Full Tilt
Saloon Present ¡°The
Comedy Zone¡±, 8-10p,
April 20, Doors 7p,
Show 8p, $13 Gen-
eral Admission, $22 Re-
served Seats in advance
or $18 at the door, night
of comedy with Bur-
pie aka Jeremy Alsop,
opener Derrick Stroup,
Sherbino Theater, 604
Clinton St, Ridgway,
Contact Brian Scranton
970.201.8570
-Easter Sonrise Ser-
vice, April 21, 6:30-8a,
Commons, interdenomi-
national event w/guest
speaker Chelsea Rosty,
music by Cianna Beller,
coffee and pastries
available, bring chair &
dress appropriately as
this is an outdoor event
-April 21, Easter Art
Family Afternoon, 12-
1:30p, Join Weehawken
Creative Arts, family art for all ages before the Easter
Egg Hunt in Ridgway Town Park, 12-1:30p, $10/fam-
ily, Ridgway Town Hall, 201 N Railroad St, Contact Pam
Kraft 970.626.5308
-Weehawken Dance presents ¡®ALICE¡¯, 6-8:30p, April 26-
28, Montrose Pavilion, selections by Weehawken Dance
instructors in coordination with longtime Artistic Direc-
tor Natasha Pyeatte, 1800 Pavilion Dr, Montrose
-Nucla/ Naturita Area Tours, leaders of West End
Economic Development Corporation (WEEDC) are our
guides on this tour, the high school, airport, Collective
Mine co-working space and museum are on the agenda,
April 30, 8a-5p, Meet at Senior Center 7:45a, 1800
Pavilion Dr, Montrose, 970.252.4884, $26, Bring money
for lunch, to register call 970.249.7705
-A Time to Dance Recital, May 4, 2019, 7-9p, May 5,
2019, 3-5p, Auditorium, North Room, 1800 Pavilion Dr,
Montrose, 970.249.7015
-May 11, Inaugural Ridgway 1K Rally Through the Alley,
12-1p, check in Noon, Race 12:30, .62 miles of rugged,
downhill trail terrain, enjoy hidden poems and sculp-
tures, Finish in town park, All funds go to Weehawken
Creative Arts and Sherbino Theater, Weehawken Ridg-
way, 1075 Sherman St, Ridgway, 970.318.0150
Norwood/Nucla/Naturita/Telluride:
--KOTO End of Season Street Dance, Apr 5, 4p-12:30a,
W Colorado Ave & Fir St, FREE party, Pink Flamingo
costume contest, raffle for trip to Fiji, featuring Shake-
down Street playing 2 sets of Grateful Dead music,
Beer, wine, mixed drinks for purchase
-Closing Day Telluride Ski Resort, April 7, 9a-4p, Join
us at Gorrono Ranch, festivities all day, DJ Soul Atomic
12p, pond skim next to Gorrono Ranch, registration for
pond skim 10-11a, accepting first 100 people to regis-
ter, evening concert Mountain Village Heritage Plaza
-Nucla/ Naturita Area Tours, leaders of West End Eco-
nomic Development Corporation (WEEDC) are guides
on this tour of the high school, airport, Collective Mine
co-working space and museum are on the agenda, April
30, 8a-5p, Meet at Senior Center 7:45a, 1800 Pavilion
Dr, Montrose, 970.252.4884, $26, Bring money for
lunch, to register call 970.249.7705
-The SAF Young People¡¯s Theater presents ¡°The Music
Man¡±, May 3-5, 27 local actors grades 3-5, Tickets $13/
adults, $11/children 18 and under, Tickets $1 more at
door, 5:30p-12a Daily
-Telluride¡¯s Valley Floor Day, May 9, 11a, Telluride
Commonym Answers: 1- They¡¯re all Green;
2- They¡¯re all Doors
-May 12, Mother¡¯s Day, The Sunshine Express Mira-
monte Fishing Derby, 6a-3p, Miramonte Lake in Dan
Noble SWA, 20 min South of Norwood, many prizes
including $500 cash for the longest fish, $10 entry
any age, must have valid CO fishing license, call
970.864.2142 for info, entry forms available at the
lake or visit: sunshineexpressmedia.com/sunshine-
express-events
-Mountainfilm in Telluride, 10a-10p daily, May 24-27,
screening leading independent documentary films
from around the world, includes full-day symposium,
art & photography exhibits, early morning coffee
talks, book signing party, ice cream social, student
programs, closing picnic/awards ceremony
-Telluride Balloon Festival, May 31-June 2, watch bal-
loons lift off from Telluride Town Park & float effort-
lessly over the Telluride Valley, head to Main Street
Saturday evening for the amazing Balloon Glow
(weather dependent)