Monday, July 25 - Thursday, July 28 . 9am-noon Daily. $235 Students will explore using stamping, drawing, and repeating shapes to help design your projects. Material used will inculde food, yarn, sticks and other forms of nature. You'll use your fingers and paintbrushes to create things such as prayer flags, t-shirts, and prints on paper. To register your child for the class, click here . For more information, visit the Ah Haa's website here .
Monday, July 25 - Thursday, July 28 . 9am-noon Daily. $235 Try your hand at painting outdoors, and discovering what it feels like to be a part of what you're painting! To register your child for the class, click here . For more information, visit the Ah Haa's website here .
Bow Wow is a traveling film festival that features some of the years' best dog themed short films. A day of celebrating the our beloved fur friends, kicking off with pre-show activities at 2pm, followed by a shelter doggie parade in North Oak Park at 4pm. Hopefully these pups will find a forever home with a caring human partner. Cocktails, music and a silent auction to follow at 5:30pm at the historic Sheridan Opera House theater. This day culminates with a screening of short films about all things dog that will make you laugh, cry and strengthen your love for our canine best friends! Tickets available at Second Chance Thrift Stores in Ridgway and Telluride, and the Soggy Doggy in Mountain Village. You can also purchase online. Presale tickets, $12 for adults and $8...
Summertime Fridays in Telluride means it's prime time for a trip to the Farmers Market. This is a place for people and dogs to mingle, to stock up on on fresh local produce and flowers, and to get inspired by the creative output of artists. V endors from within 100 miles of Telluride gather to sell organic fruits, vegetables, pasture raised meats, eggs, cheese, artisan bread, baked goods. You can also grab lunch at one of the mouthwatering food kiosks and shop for handmade crafts. Come support your local vendors!
This week's feature: Grease Grab your sleeping bags, blankets, lawn chairs and snacks and enjoy a free movie in the crisp mountain air lit by the moon and stars. Full Bar and Menu available. Video of Grease - Summer Nights HD
An adventure race against the clock through Telluride and Mountain Village for kids testing their phyiscal and mental strength and abilities. Celebrate completion with a pizza party at Crazy Elk in Mountain Village! Check In: 9am Race Start: 10am Kids ages 5-14 eligible to participate Registration $80 per person, $95 after July 17th
Come enjoy free live music, and dancing in the grass at Sunset Plaza! The Town of Mountain Village Owners Association presents this nine series event which is in its 17th year of entertaining visitors and locals on Wednesday summer mountain evenings. This week's performance features the sultry soulful rock sound of Sister Sparrow and the Dirty Birds. Video of Sister Sparrow and the Dirty Birds - Rock In It
The Subdudes, a 5 man American roots rock group from New Orleans will perform live at the historic Sheridan Opera House. Their unique sound blends together swamp pop, New Orleans ryhthm and blues, country, folk, soul with a notable substitution of a tambourine player for a drummer. Those who have been in the audience have described their music as a creation of a "vibrating, swaying organism." Video of All The Time in The World - Subdudes Tickets on sale no w: $36 General Admission $46 Reserved Balcony
TSRC Town Talks - “Zen and the Art (Science) of Celestial Navigation: Navigating the Oceans and the Molecular World”
Scientists share their deep knowledge on various interesting topics. Areas of study include molecular science, nanotechnology, biomedical research, energy, materials and the environment. This is an open forum, supportive and welcoming of discussion amongst speakers and audience. This week's speakers: Eric Bittner, PhD, John and Rebecca Moores Professor of Chemical Physics, University of Houston on “Zen and the Art (Science) of Celestial Navigation: Navigating the Oceans and the Molecular World” CASH BAR
Fun for all! Kids under 12 can engage in history's first extreme sport, JOUSTING in the pit and then send it down a 20 foot dual lane slide. Kiddos under 5 can bounce in a play area amongst inflatable animals. Big kids otherwise known as "Adults" can watch the action while enjoying the cash bar or test their skills on the mechanical bull! Free admission! For Kids age 12 and under accompanied by an Adult.
Monday, July 18 - Thursday, July 21 . 1-4pm Daily. $235 Using clay, students will sculpt new life forms fitting for your new galaxy. To register your child for the class, click here . For more information, visit the Ah Haa's website here .
Monday, July 18 - Thursday, July 21 . 1-4pm Daily. $235 Experiment with art and science in the Creativity Lab! Students will use shaving cream to make marbled paper, create their own art materieals, explore liquid density, and learn about acids and bases and how you can create art with them. To register your child for the class, click here . For more information, visit the Ah Haa's website here .
Monday, July 18 - Thursday, July 21 . 1-4pm Daily. $235 Experiment with self portraits and work on capturing the likeness of others in this 4 day class. To register your child for the class, click here . For more information, visit the Ah Haa's website here .
All classes are $260 for 4 days of fun! Step by step, learn how to throw pottery on the wheel to make functional pieces, such as bowls, cups and plates. Class size is limited, so be sure to sign up early! Session Dates: Tuesday, July 5 - Friday, July 8 . 1-4pm Daily. SOLD OUT! To register, click here . For more informatoin, click here . Monday, July 11 - Thursday, July 14. 9am-noon Daily. To register, click here . For more information, click here . Monday, July 18 - Thursday, July 21. 9am-noon Daily. To register, click here . For more information, click here . Monday, July 25 - Thursday, July 28. 9am-noon Daily. To register, click here . For more information, click here . Monday, August 8 - Thursday, August 11 . 9am-noon Daily. To register, click...
Monday, July 18 - Thursday, July 21 . 9am-noon Daily. $235 So long two-dimensional framed wall hangings! Kids will be able to paint on a variety of multi-dimensional surfaces such as faces and sidewalks. Activities will include making edible paints and sidewalk chalk "paint." To register your child for the class, click here . For more information, visit the Ah Haa's website here .
Monday, July 18 - Thursday, July 21 . 9am-noon Daily. $235 Create your own insects using a range of materials! To register your child for the class, click here . For more information, visit the Ah Haa's website here .
Telluride Theatre presents their annual Shakespeare in the Park event, Romeo & Juliet with a modern twist . This play takes audience members on a devastating and disturbed journey of star crossed love in the tumlutous streets of New York City in the 1980's. Money, power, politics, gangs, music and art steer this story, which at its root highlights the pressures of comforming to societal expectations and the ultimate price one pays for daring to play outside the lines. Tickets: $20 adults, $12 students Showtime Schedule: July 16th: Locals night, 8pm, $15 with online purchase code local16 July 17th: 2pm matinee July 18th - July 19th: 8pm July 20th: No Show July 21st- July 23rd: 8pm Libations and snacks available for purchase. Dress for cooler...
Enjoy free screenings of classic films on select summer Saturday evenings. Cash bar Tonight's feature: From Russia With Love Video of From Russia With Love (1963) Official Trailer - Sean Connery James Bond Movie HD
The Ah Haa's annual fundraiser has been a must-attend summer event, celebrating its 25th year. Both art lovers and community members support the Ah Haa School by bidding on a wide range of work created by artists in and out of Telluride. Typically, more than 100 artworks and myriad services and excursions donated by the region's artists, businesses and supporters of the school are auctioned in live and silent auctions. Good food and drink, performances and a fantastic party for everyone to attend. Celebrity musician, Jewell has performed in past years and may be in attendance again. To purchase general admission tickets, click HERE . To purchase reserved seats, call (970)-728-3886 To check out live auction items, click HERE . To watch a live stream of the auction, click...
Wild Ponies is a country duo with a cativating chemistry, strong lyrics and vocals. Come out for this free Friday night performance in outdoors in Reflection Plaza of Mountain Village . Video of Wild Ponies &quot;Lullaby&quot;