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Find Me Answers: 1- TALL 2- TRUTH
2019 June/July
Pg 15 - The Sunshine Express
Fun Page Solutions
Riddle Me Answers:
1- A promise
2- Water
3- Pi!
Cryptogram Answer:
¡°A sure cure for sea sickness is to sit under a
tree.¡± - Spike Milligan
Tease Me Answer:
They would make more money!
cocktail techniques, Live music, tasty treats from lo-
cal merchants, Sunday brunch down Main St, week-
end full of flavors & fun,
-Telluride Yoga Festival, June 27-30, 8a-5p, yoga,
meditation, music, hiking, dining, SUP yoga, social
gatherings, more than 50 presenters in historic ven-
ues throughout Telluride & Mountain Village
-Sheridan Arts Foundation hosts Telluride Plein Air,
June 30-July 6, Art Exhibition & Sale July 4-6, Elks
Park & Oak St Park outside Sheridan Opera House,
visit for info
-4th of July Telluride Foundation¡¯s Rundola, recre-
ational foot race, benefits Telluride Foundation, begin
base of gondola, finish top of ridge adjacent to San
Sophia gondola mid-station, elevation gain 1,810 ft,
-Telluride 4th of July Celebration, 11a Parade, Colo-
rado Ave, contact Susan McKinney 970.728.9775,
11a-5p Mountain Village Heritage & Sunset Plaza:
Carnival games, face painting, balloon art, magic
show, bungee jump & ropes course, All activities
FREE, 12p Fireman¡¯s BBQ immediately after pa-
rade at Telluride Town Park, 12-1p Mountain Village
Heritage Plaza: Porch Couch, 1:30-2:45p Mountain
Village Heritage Plaza: Dave Jordan & The NIA,
3:15-5:15p Mountain Village, Heritage Plaza: Glen
David Andrews, 9 p Mountain Village Heritage Plaza:
Electrolier Light Show, Telluride Historical Museum
free admission all day w/root beer floats 12:30p, $5
suggested donation
-Nucla Water Days, July 6, Nucla town park &
Main St, parade, water fight, food, fun, CR Dobbs,
Elisheba Paraday & Jason Carver provide live music
for Water Days Dance, night of July 6, Nucla Town
Park following fireworks on the ¡°N¡± hill, event is free,
please join us for dancing to some great music from
local musicians
-Telluride Arts Summer Arts Bazaar, 11a-5p, July
6-7, variety of fine art, crafts, artisan foods, admis-
sion free, new event in historic Telluride Transfer
Warehouse, 201 S Fir St, Telluride
-Ah Haa Art Auction, July 19, Doors & Silent Auction
6p, Live Auction 7:30p, food & drink, lively perfor-
mances, reserved seats adv purchase only $100 call
970.728.3886 to buy, General Adm Tickets $35/
advance $40/door, Telluride, Ah Haa School for the
Arts, 970.728.3886
-Telluride Baseball Festival, 8a-8p Daily, July 22-28,
Telluride Town Park, instructional girls softball camp,
boys baseball camp, followed by competitive wood
bat baseball tournament, 602.694.0976
-Telluride 100 Mountain Bike Race, July 27, 100 mile
mountain bike race commencing & culminating in
Town of Telluride, 1st expected riders cross finish
line 1:30-2p, Final finishers 6-7p, awards ceremony
7p at Gondola Plaza
-Bow Wow Film Fest, July 27, 4:30-8p, the premier
traveling dog film festival in the US, Sheridan Opera
House, Telluride, 970.728.6363
--Butch Cassidy Plaque Dedication, Montrose Historical
Jailhouse, 107 S Cascade Ave, Montrose, Presented by
Robert Leroy Parker Chapter #1889 of E Clampus Vitus,
June 8, 1-3p, Free, 970.240.1402
-June 9, Weehawken & John Billings present Michael
McCullough¡¯s Amateur Sculpting Contest, Adults &
Youth, adult prizes: $500 1st, $300 2nd, $200 3rd,
$250 John Billings Award Choice, youth prizes: $200
1st, $100 2nd, $50 3rd, $150 John Billings Award
Choice, Ridgway Community Ctr, 970.318.0892
-Flag Day Luncheon, 107 S Cascade Ave, PO Box 790,
Montrose, presented by MONTCO, June 14, Centennial
Plaza, 11a-1p, Free, 970.240.1402
-Professional Canyoneering Courses, Daily June 21-30,
Surrounding Areas, Ouray, 970.318.6492
-June 28 & July 26, Jeeping Red Mountain¡¯s History,
9a-3p, join OCHS Curator Don Paulson for jeeping tour
of Red Mountain, learn Mining & Railroad History of the
Red Mountain area, Ouray County Museum, 420 Sixth
Ave, Ouray, 970.325.4576, ouraycountyhistoricalsoci-
-Memories Matter Color Run, 1401 S Cascade Ave,
Montrose, presented by Valley Manor Care Ctr, June 29,
7-11a, $35, 970.249.9634
-The Best Of second City, 7-9p, July 1 Montrose Pa-
vilion, July 2 two shows Sherbino Theater, Ridgway,
sketch & improv comedy theater, sketches & songs
-Ouray Volunteer Fire Department Concert in the Park,
AJ Fullerton w/You Knew Me When, July 3, 5-11p, Fellin
Park, Ouray, $5 entry, beer, wine, mixed drinks avail for
adults, 1200 Main St, Ouray
-Ouray Old Fashioned 4th of July, 6:30a: Ouray School
Pancake Breakfast, Ouray Community Ctr, 8a: OURAYCE
10K race for KURA 98.9, registration 7-8a, race begins
8a at City Hall, 10a: Main St Parade, 11a: Free kids
games in Fellin Park, Elks Club BBQ, Building Tours, Ka-
raoke, Lemonade & Lawn Games at Ouray County His-
torical Museum, 2p: Volunteer Fire Dept Water Fights
at Main & Sixth Ave, Dusk: Jeep Glow Parade, prize for
best decorated Jeep, Dark: Fireworks
-Black Canyon Quilt Show, July 12-14, Montrose Pavil-
ion, 1800 Pavilion Dr, 9a-5p 10-4p Sun, 150 quilts, a
raffle quilt, vendors, scissor sharpening, classes, dem-
onstrations, lectures, boutique w/proceeds benefitting
local charity, $5, for details visit www.blackcanyonquilt-, 970.417.4842
-Montrose County Fair Fiddle Contest, 1001 N 2nd St,
Montrose, presented by Colorado Old Time Fiddler¡¯s
Association (COTFA), July 27, Montrose Events Ctr,
Montrose Fairgrounds, 2-4p, Free, 970.901.1644
--Robotics Club, 1p, Tuesdays & Wednesdays all Sum-
mer, Open Lab all day Fridays year round, West End
Family Link Center, 853 Main St, Nucla, for children age
8-12 & teens age 13-18, 970.864.2245
-Telluride Wow Festival, June 6-9, 8a-5p, health, fit-
ness & wellness, world-class presenters, instructors &
athletes, start a new fitness program, advance skills in
activities from adventure racing, boot camp, climbing,
cross fit, cycling, Pilates, yoga & more
-Nucla Water Days fundraiser dinner, June 7, 5-7p,
Nucla fire hall
-West End picnic, June 8, noon-3p, Oak shelter at Lin-
coln Park, Grand Junction
-June 13, 12-2p, Patron Appreciation Day, Wilkinson
Library, Telluride, cook out on the patio, food for all,
photo booth, live music, crafts for kids, we wouldn¡¯t
be here without you so let us show our appreciation,
-Birding Basics with Tara Carter, 10a-12p, Weekly Fri-
days, June 14-August 15, Ah Haa School for the Arts,
Telluride, 970.728.3886
-Telluride Wine Festival, June 27-30, downtown Telluride
wine tasting, Elks Park wine seminars, cooking demos,
Commonym Answers: 1- They¡¯re all Trout;
2- They¡¯re all Bridges