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Find Me Answers: 1- SUN 2- FEAST
2019 October/November
Pg 15 - The Sunshine Express
Fun Page Solutions
Riddle Me Answers:
1- a Fris-bee
2- Because of fowl language
3- The outside!
Cryptogram Answer:
¡°Gratitude is the sign of noble souls.¡± - Aesop
Tease Me Answer:
Rectangle, it has the most letters
Happenings
--Nucla Station community plant appreciation
celebration, Oct 10, 4-7p, Nucla station power
plant, 30739 DD30 Rd, Nucla, Tours, games,
food, plant artifacts display, free giveaways,
free dinner catered by Holy Smokes BBQ, for
more info call 970.864.7316
--Telluride Horror Show Film Festival, Oct
11-13, $75-$150, screens the latest horror,
fantasy, suspense, thriller, dark comedy &
sci-fi films, at Nugget Theatre, Palm Theatre
& Sheridan Opera House, fun events including
Ice Cream Social, Pig Roast, Creepy Camp-
fire Tales, Horror Trivia Night, Secret Sunday
Shows, 970.708.3906
--Heritage Festival, Nucla Town Park, Oct 12,
11a-4p rain or shine, free admission, live
music featuring Six Dollar String Band, apple
pie contest, apple variety demo, heirloom
vegetable display, apple pressing, hard cider,
horseshoes, kids games, dancing, face paint-
ing, vendors, 970.708.3972, applecoreproject-
colorado@gmail.com
-Farm focused business class, Saturdays Nov
3, 9, 16 & Dec 7, 9:30a-3:30p, The Collec-
tive Mine (WEEDC), 217 W Main St, Naturita,
$250/business includes meals and 1-on-1
counseling, scholarships available, course
qualifies for SA borrower training credit,
nichole@choosewestend.org
970.252.9303
--International Archaeology Day, Oct 19, 11a-2p,
Ute Indian Museum, 17253 Chipeta Rd, Montrose,
a drop-in activity day, learn archaeology basics,
artifact show & tell, make a beaded necklace or
decorate your own tipi, $10/Family w/discounted
museum entry
--1st annual World Singing Day, Oct 19, 7-8:30p,
Ridgway Community Ctr, Town Hall, 201 N Rail-
road St, Sing along to hits from yesterday & today,
WorldSingingDay.org
--The Amazing Race for Adaptive Sports, Oct 26,
2-4p, Northside Elementary, Montrose¡¯s 1st adven-
ture/scavenger hunt race to raise money for Mon-
trose County School students with disabilities to
participate in Adaptive Sports, teams of 4 compete,
solve clues leading to unique challenges around the
city, prizes
--Sherbboono Halloween dance party, Oct 26,
7:30-11:59p, Throw on your best costume, dance
to Elder Grown¡¯s Funkalicious Rockin-Roots,
high energy funk, Sherbino Theater, Ridgway,
970.318.0892
--Down Home Country Bazaar, Montrose United
Methodist Women, Nov 9, 8a-3p, free, Montrose
United Methodist Church, 19 S Park Ave, Unique
crafts, baked goods & more, kick-off your holiday
shopping, $5 Lunch 11a-1p, Coffee Shop 8a-1p,
Granny¡¯s Attic 8a-1p, 513.226.6006
--Annual Crab Crack for Black Canyon Boys & Girls
Club, Nov 15, 6-10p, Montrose Pavilion Event Ctr
& Botanical Gardens, 1800 E Pavilion Pl, Montrose,
all you can eat seafood feast from Seattle Fish
prepared & served by Camp Robber, presented by
Elevate Internet, live music by Jedi George, photo
booth, beer/wine garden, live benefit auction, spe-
cial appearance by event mascot Camy Crab
--NEW VENUE, San Juan Weavers Guild Show &
Sale, November 23, Montrose Center for the Arts,
11 S Park Ave, Montrose, beautifully renovated
facility just south of Main St adjacent to United
Methodist Church, handwoven & handspun items,
gifts, towels, potholders, placemats, runners, rugs,
bags, baskets, decorative hangings, warm felt shoe
insoles, fiber jewelry, holiday ornaments, beautiful
scarves, shawls, hands-on learning opportunities,
9a-4p, one day only, free to the public, accessible
for those with limited mobility, ample free parking
available on city streets plus city parking lot 1/2
block south, contact Kim Lindel 720.490.5605,
kimlindel@gmail.com
Norwood/Nucla/Naturita/Telluride:
--Robotics Club, 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
--Original Thinkers Festival, Oct 3-6, Telluride Con-
ference Ctr, 580 Mountain Village Blvd, brings big
thinkers together to watch provocative films & par-
ticipate in intentional conversation on & off stage,
films, panels & story tellings that weave together
new & gripping narratives around 10 big ideas
--Mountain Sprouts Preschool Fall Festival &
Harvest Dinner Fundraiser, Oct 6, 3-6p, La Cocina
De Luz, 123 E Colorado Ave, Telluride, $25/adults,
$8/kids free/under 3, dinner, carnival games, silent
auction & live music, 970.708.0182
Commonym Answers: 1- They¡¯re all Ful;
2- They¡¯re all New
--Montrose Yoga
Festival, October 12,
2-7p, Yoga House, 207
E Main St, Montrose,
970.462.9977
--The Comedy Zone,
October 12, 7:30-9p,
The Sherbino, 604
Clinton St, Ridgway,
Doors 7:30, Show
8p, $22/reserved,
$13/advance, $18/
door, a night of com-
edy w/Patrick Garrity,
opener Don Morgan,
970.318.0892
--Habitat for Humanity
of the San Juans Com-
munity Winter Gear
Swap, October 19,
9a-5p, free, Montrose
High School, 600 S
Selig Ave, Make some
cash, score great deals
for the whole family,