More in Montrose
Mondays, Montrose Visual Arts Guild. Montrose Center for the Arts. 9 am-1 pm.
Wednesdays, Watercolor Wednesdays, Montrose Center for the Arts. 1-4 pm.
Fri., Nov. 7. MCA Reception, “If Alleys Could Talk” and Holiday Art Mart. 5-7 pm.
Fri., Nov. 7. Cimarron at Mingles Sports Bar. 7 pm. Details.
Thr., Nov. 12. Montrose Library. Cooking the Books, Favorite Thanksgiving Treats.” 6 pm. Online. Details.
Fri-Sat.-Sun. Nov. 13-15 MCP, Legend of Sleepy Hollow. Details.
Sat., Nov. 7. Montrose Library Book Club, American Dirt. Online. Info.
Saturdays, Nov. 7,14, 21. Montrose Holiday Farmers Market.
Wed., Nov. 18. “Cooking Something Up — The Vine Market & Bistro. Online event hosted by Montrose Library. Details.
More coming later…
More in Ouray
Tuesdays, starting Nov. 3. “Maps That Changed the World.” Online lecture series with Larry Meckel. 9:30 am. Details.
Tuesdays, 7 pm. Wright Opera House. The Shadow Radio Mystery. Produced by Ouray County Players. Episode 19L The Nightmare Combination. Season Finale. Details.
Wednesdays, Nov. 4, 11, 13 and Saturday Nov. 20 & 27. 7 pm. Movies at the Wright. Details. (Note: some really good movies this month!)
Nov. 14. Wright Opera House. Arborescent: Opening Reception. Featuring An Array of New Wood-based Artwork By Cie. 5-7 pm. Exhibit continues through Dec. 31. Details.
Wed., Nov. 18. “Stuff a Cruiser.” Officers will be accepting food items that will help local families have a traditional Thanksgiving meal. Details.
More in Ridgway
Tuesdays, thru. Nov. 17. “The Renegade Page: Finding Poetry for the Moment.” With Rosemerry Wahtola Trommer. Online Event. 2-4 pm. Register Here.
Nov 5-12. Ridgway Independent Filmfest. One week of on-demand, online viewing. Enjoy well over 30 films and bonus features for only $10! Tickets, Info.
Sun. Nov. 8. “Griffin House.” Sherbino Theater. 2 seatings 5:30, 7:30. Tickets, Details.
Nov. 14-16. Warren Miller’s “Retro Future.” From Weehawken and the Sherbino. Online premier. Starts 7 pm. Liv-stream event. Up to 4 people per ticket will provide access to post-event sweepstakes, door prizes, coupons and swag. Tickets, Details.
Tue. Nov. 17. Sherbino Literary Evening: “Walk Through This” with Sara Schulting Kranz. 5:30 pm. $5 per virtual ticket. Details.
Nov. 19-26. Winter Wildlands Backcountry Film Festival. From Weehawken and the Sherbino. $15 Streaming fee one household or device. Tickets, Info.
More in Cedaredge
Nov. 14. Paint & Wine Night, “Sponge Painted Natural Leaf Prints” Grand Mesa Art Center. 7 pm. $25 fee includes all supplies and one glass of wine. Cash bar also available. Reserve here.
Sat. Nov. 7. “Loving Vincent,” a 2017 biographical drama depicted in oil painted animation. Grand Mesa Art Center. Seating is limited to 36 attendees, call 970-856-9195 to reserve seats, $5 at the door. Doors open at 6pm, beverages available.
Thu. Nov. 12. “Voices of the Western Slope,” a series of entertaining, engaging, and informative presentations on noteworthy topics of the Western Slope. In November, Phil Ellsworth commemorates WWll veterans in a virtual presentation of memoir, music, and poetry. 6 pm. Online event. Details.
Sunday, November 15th. Deck Your Halls Fundraiser Happy Hour. 3-6pm Grand Mesa Arts Center presents Deck Your Halls Happy Hour. Festive outdoor bar with fire pits, hot drinks and holiday music. 2-6 pm. Grand Mesa Art Center. Free.
More in Delta
Wednesdays. Delta. My Place. Trivia Night. 8:00-9:30 pm. More info.
Thursdays. Delta. My Place. Line Dance Class & Karaoke. Free. More info.
Fridays. Delta. My Place. DJ Dance Party. 10:30 am-1:00 pm. More info.
Fri. Nov. 6. My Place. First Friday. 9-11pm. Details.
Sat. Nov. 7. My Place. Top 100 DJ Dance Party. 9pm-1am. Details.
Sat. Nov. 7. My Place. VIP Party. 9pm-1am. Details.
Sat. Nov. 14. My Place. Throw Back Dance Party. 9pm-1am. Details.
Fri. Nov. 20. My Place. Kill the Keg. 8pm-1am. Details.
Sat. Nov. 21. My Place. House Party at My Place. 9pm-1am. Details.
Tue. Nov. 24. My Place. Family Night. 7-11 pm. Details.
Sat. Nov. 28. My Place. Top Hits of the Decades. 9pm-1am. Details.
Fri. Dec. 4. Parade of Lights. Delta Area Chamber of Commerce. 6-7 pm. Details.
Sat. Dec. 5. My Place. Toys for Tots-8 Ball Doubles Tournament. 10am-11pm. Details.
Sat. Dec. 5. My Place. Create & Design Your Own Wood Sign. 2-5 pm. Details.
More in Paonia
The Blue Sage has recently expanded the selection of books from Delta County writers, including new works by authors from ages 8 years to 76 years, proving that you’re never too old or too young to tell your story. The gallery also welcomes felted wool creations by Barbara Balock—both “Pumpkin People” and the charming “Entwives,” each honoring a special tree. Bring one home to honor the season!
Whether you love the Holidays or can’t wait for them to be over, 2020 will offer special challenges. The Blue Sage is determined to do what it can to make the season merry and your gift-giving painless. Year-round it offers quality items from local and regional artisans, but from November 21 through December 23, they will be pulling out all the stops, turning what was historically the town bank into a proverbial “Winter Wonderland.”
Shopping locally has never been more important. Fortunately, our area is home to talented folk in all media. For the first time we’re gearing up to sell online, too—an enormous task, but one that we hope will benefit both artisans and shoppers
Priscilla Fry, chorus
Fry talks about her background. She comes from a family of talented musician-singers. She performed her first folo at age 5, and has been singing ever since. Since moving to Montrose in 1994, Fry joined groups that evolved into the VSA Chorus. Her daughter and grandson also joined, making three generations of her family to sing in the VSA Chorus together. The VSA December 2019 concerts were dedicated to Priscilla Fry, who is a very active VSA BOD member. [Read more.]
Artist on a Harley
A Day of Thanksgiving
Simpson considers Thanksgiving, contemplating how it will be different this year and how he and his family will celebrate. Which, in view of the current Covid restrictions, will be at home. Smaller, but still turkey. He reminds us that, “While it may seem strange, what with the difficult circumstances that “Rona” brings to the scene, we still have a lot to be thankful for.” [Read more.]
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