What's Going On This Week?
Snowy peaks, crisp fall air and Halloween is right around the corner! Luckily, there are some great events going on to get you in the spooky spirit! On Friday and lasting through Sunday, the Telluride Horror Show comes to town. Colorado’s first and longest-running horror film festival – named one of the Coolest Film Festivals by MovieMaker magazine – attracts the latest and best horror films from all over the world for a goose-bump-inducing gathering. Also on Friday, join the Telluride Historical Museum on a lamplight tour of Lone Tree Cemetery. On Monday, The Ah Haa School for the Arts invites you to join Telluride Painting School artists Deborah Kahn, Ying Li and Sam Levy for a series of free public artist talks on color, style and the creative process, so don’t miss out! Last but not least, Hanley Ice Rink is open for the season, which means open skate is back! Head to the rink on Thursday to brush up on your skating skills for the upcoming season! Check out more on each event below.
*Please note: This will be the last Peak Sheet until the Gondola re-opens for the season on November 17. Have a great off-season!
Telluride Horror Show: The Telluride Horror Show, Colorado's first and longest-running horror film festival, returns for its 8th edition October 13-15, 2017. Every year, the festival attracts the latest & best horror films from around the world and attendees from all over the country for an intimate gathering of genre film fans in the world-famous mountain resort town of Telluride, Colorado. For three days and nights, experience an eclectic mix of horror, suspense, thriller, dark fantasy, sci-fi and dark comedy in Telluride's historic theaters, with many of the films showing for the first time in the US.
The festival line-up offers over 20 feature films, more than 50 short films, special programs, guests, and events. If you love horror, and film, then you can't miss this fest.
Lamplight Tour of Lone Tree Cemetery: See Telluride’s historic Lone Tree Cemetery the way it looked one hundred years ago – by the light of a kerosene lamp. Explore the ways people lived and died in this treacherous frontier mining town.
Artist Lecture w/ Ying Lee: The Ah Haa School for the Arts invites you to join Telluride Painting School artists Deborah Kahn, Ying Li and Sam Levy for a series of free public artist talks on color, style and the creative process.
For all events from 10/13-10/19, check out this week’s Peak Sheet.