JUL 27 2014

It’s Fair and Rodeo Week!

Put on your cowboy boots. And your starched jeans. Get your hat cleaned up, but make sure you wear your straw one and not your felt beaver. It’s hot outside, but that won’t stop the show. It’s fair and rodeo week in San Miguel County, and it all happens in Norwood July 20-27 at the … Continue reading It’s Fair and Rodeo Week!

JUL 20 2014

Telluride Yoga Festival Celebrates Six

  Telluride wrapped up another incredible festival weekend in a sort of double-whamy- part moving and shaking and part posing and meditating. Telluride Yoga Festival celebrated six years in the box canyon, and according to many locals, it was the best ever. Men and women alike shuffled around Telluride, yoga mats in hand, some of … Continue reading Telluride Yoga Festival Celebrates Six

JUL 10 2014

The 33rd Annual Telluride Wine Festival

  The 33rd Annual Telluride Wine Festival, June 26-29, was a smashing success throughout Telluride and Mountain Village. Telluride Wine Festival is a four-day celebration of wine and food located in the lovely San Juan Mountains. “This year’s festival [had] programs for both the novice and the connoisseur,” Festival Director Laurel Robinson said, “and [we … Continue reading The 33rd Annual Telluride Wine Festival

JUL 04 2014

Small Town Traditions: Independence Day in Telluride

Telluride celebrates the Fourth of July in the true small-town tradition. Local homes are decorated with flags and banners. Hanging baskets adorn the streets, and the local hardware store and souvenir shops are boasting tiny American flags and red, white and blue pinwheels. The Fourth in Telluride is, in fact, so special, so quaint, that … Continue reading Small Town Traditions: Independence Day in Telluride

JUN 20 2014

Bluegrass Weekend in Telluride!

It’s Bluegrass weekend in Telluride. But it didn’t start Thursday. It actually started before, more like last weekend. For days, visitors, traveling musicians and festivalgoers have been jamming in Telluride Town Park, on street corners on Colorado Avenue and out in front of the coffee shop on the main street. Folks have been seen carrying … Continue reading Bluegrass Weekend in Telluride!

JUN 13 2014

Ah Haa School Announces Visiting Artisits

The Ah Haa School for the Arts is proud to announce its roster of visiting artists for the upcoming summer schedule of classes. There are nine artists accomplished teachers who will share their particular talents with students interested in fabric arts, painting, photography and mixed media work. Montana painter Shawna Moore returns to Telluride again … Continue reading Ah Haa School Announces Visiting Artisits

JUN 06 2014

Mountainfilm Festival 2014

  Mountainfilm Festival 2014 has been a huge success. As Buddhist prayer wheels and brightly colored red, blue, yellow and green prayer flags adorned the main street on Colorado Avenue, one could actually feel the consciousness rising. This year’s Mountainfilm Festival continued to celebrate “the indomitable spirit,” and has since 1979. And, it might have … Continue reading Mountainfilm Festival 2014

MAY 23 2014

Voices of Wartime: Telluride During WWII

After a rejuvenating off-season period, The Telluride Historical Museum is open again as of May 22 and now making exciting announcements. The museum is proud to present a new exhibit, “Voices of Wartime: Telluride During WWII,” in honor of the 70th anniversary of the Allied invasion of Europe. Other exciting events in the same wartime … Continue reading Voices of Wartime: Telluride During WWII

MAY 13 2014

On Broadway Dance Recital

The Telluride Palm Arts Dance program is successfully wrapping another spring session of dance instruction. Dancers of all ages have devoted weeks of their time to practicing ballet, tap, jazz, hip hop and contemporary fusion in preparation for the “On Broadway” recital June 1 at 2 p.m. This session began in mid-March with dancers building … Continue reading On Broadway Dance Recital

MAY 02 2014

Lucas Price and La Cocina de Luz

Lucas Price, owner and founder of La Cocina de Luz restaurant in Telluride, has a philosophy about food: it should be prepared with quality and awareness. Committed to serving organic, local and sustainable ingredients, Price cares more about the consciousness of the food made in his restaurant than he does the bottom line. “We do … Continue reading Lucas Price and La Cocina de Luz