Telluride Mountain Club presents The Wild & Scenic Film Festival ON TOUR, Saturday, October 25th at 7 pm. Come join TMC and friends at the Sheridan Opera House for an evening of viewing films featuring outdoor sports, environmental and human films from around the globe sponsored by Patagonia Telluride and Jagged Edge Films will include:
Walk on Water
A Life Well Lived
Down the Line
Rock Wall Climbing
Water & Wood
Fighting for the Futelefu
Unicorn Sashimi – A Ben Knight Film!
Admission is FREE to Telluride Mountain Club members, $10 for general entry and a year membership to the Telluride Mountain Club (normally $20)!
A seasonal spin on our Lone Tree Cemetery Tours: the history and legends of Telluride’s past come to life in the dramatic (and historically accurate!) ambiance of lamp light.
The tour will meet at Lone Tree Cemetery. Dress warmly and bring a flashlight.
Tickets can be purchased over the phone, at the Museum, or online at www.telluridemuseum.org/shop
Colorado Independent Film Fest sponsored by the Ridgway Creative District.
Ninth Annual benefit for Community Options and Uncompahgre Valley Association. An evening of short films for the entire family of adventure, world culture, the environment, radical sports and general human interest. Special feature this year will be an exclusive showing of “The Grand Rescue.” In attendance will be Ralph Tingey of Ridgway, one of the rescuers involved in this docudrama of a daring 1967 rescue of two climbers off the Grand Teton.
Just in case the title alone wasn’t a dead give away, Amanda Shires’ Down Fell the Doves is not a record for the faint of heart, faith or spirit. Not that anyone who heard her last album would have expected such. Carrying Lighting, the critically acclaimed 2011 breakthrough that put Shires on the map as one of Americana music’s most arresting new voices (and Texas Music magazine’s 2011 Artist of the Year), was a kudzu-tangled web of frayed heartstrings and combustible desire that revealed the one-time “little fiddle player from Lubbock” to be a grown woman unafraid to “get wrecked in love” and dish out the same with keen poetic insight and unnervingly mature, femme-fatale conviction. But as striking as Lightning was, Down Fell the Doves (Shires’ debut for Lightning Rod Records) is where the gloves really come off.
Since 1972 George has released thirteen solo piano albums: AUTUMN (1980), WINTER INTO SPRING (1982), DECEMBER (1982), SUMMER (1991), FOREST (1994), LINUS & LUCY-THE MUSIC OF VINCE GUARALDI (1996), PLAINS (1999), which was inspired by his Eastern Montana upbringing, NIGHT DIVIDES THE DAY – THE MUSIC OF THE DOORS (2002), MONTANA-A LOVE STORY (2004) and GULF COAST BLUES & IMPRESSIONS-A HURRICANE RELIEF BENEFIT (2006). His most recent recording are LOVE WILL COME – THE MUSIC OF VINCE GUARALDI VOL 2 (2010), and GULF COAST BLUES & IMPRESSIONS 2-A LOUISIANA WETLANDS BENEFIT (2012).
“Innovative, celebrated and accomplished, Winston is the real deal.”
– RAB, Toledo City Paper