arts & entertainment
It’s the first Thursday of February. Time for Art Walk, where local galleries showcase their artists. You may even find a little something for your Valentine.
Live music and entertainment in the region and beyond.
Artist Julie Siegel has created an interactive garden mural at Norwood’s Wright Stuff, where children enrolled in Prime Time Early Education Center can play with vegetables, move a wheel barrow, an...
Dee Williams will take over as chair of the Friends of the Wright Opera House as former chair Ralph Huesing plans to spend more time in Arizona.
The magic of photography is revealed in Shauna Tewksbury’s Pinhole Photography workshop this Saturday in Ridgway.
With an expanded sponsorship program, Telluride Musicfest plans for the future. This summer’s chamber concerts will feature music from Russia.
Rising star Jackie Greene returns to the Sheridan Opera House Saturday, Jan. 30.
ArtBreaks presentation will showcase the work of one local artist during the lunch hour at San Miguel County Commissioner meetings.
Blues singer/songwriter/pianist Kelley Hunt comes to the Montrose Pavilion Saturday for a live performance benefiting KVNF Public Radio and Hospice and Palliative Care of Western Colorado.
Explore poetry by EE Cummings, Pablo Neruda and Kay Ryan during Weehawken’s Write Your Heart workshop with Beth Paulson, Feb. 6.
Back by popular demand, “Inaccurate Reenactments” brings hilarious history to Telluride stage for one final time.
"Fun in February" is the February theme of Storytime at the Cortez Public Library, 202 N. Park St. Storytime is held every Thursday at 10:30 a.m. for pre-school aged children. A craft program for o...
Enjoy a delightful, stunning dance performance in Montrose when the David Taylor Dance Theater takes the stage with ‘A Children’s Rainforest Odyssey.”
It’s cool. It’s a sculpture. It’s CoolSculpt, this weekend in Mountain Village.
Despite a tough economy, donations and pledges continue to come in.
More than a facelift for Telluride TV
It’s a family affair for the co-directors of Steel Magnolias at the Magic Circle Theater, now in its fiftieth year.
The Wailers bring their ‘I Went Hungry’ campaign to Telluride
Members of The Last Bus, a Montrose-based band with big ideas, are keeping their day jobs for now, but hope the release of a new CD next year will take them to the big time
J. Wail at the Moon; Motown Marvelettes and Coasters Reprised at the Sheridan Opera House; and Robert Earl Keen on Thursday, Jan. 7, at the Avalon, in Grand Junction!