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The leaves are changing and the engines are revving. Starting tonight, the Telluride Festival of Cars & Colors kicks off and lasts through Sunday. This world-class celebration of automobiles focuses on high-end restorations and vintage and exotic vehicles set against Telluride’s beautiful fall colors. On Saturday, The Sheridan Arts Foundation presents Grammy award-winning bluegrass all-stars Steep Canyon Rangers live in Concert at the Sheridan, so don’t miss out on an evening of great music. On Tuesday, head to the Library and participate in the book discussion of Reyna Grande’s The Distance Between Us, in preparation for her upcoming visit to Telluride. Lastly, on Wednesday, don’t miss out on Fireside Chats at the Hotel Madeline. This week, join Allen C. Harper, Chief Executive Officer of the American Heritage Railways, as he discusses the history of the narrow gauge railroad and its impact on southwest Colorado. Check out more info on each event below.

Telluride Festival of Cars & Colors: The 3rd Annual Telluride Festival of Cars & Colors, September 21-24, 2017 is a world-class celebration for automobile aficionados and lifestyle enthusiasts set in the beautiful town of Telluride, Colorado. Nestled in the canyons of the San Juan Mountains, it’s placed against the backdrop of Telluride’s spectacular palette of September’s autumnal colors. The festival will occupy three distinct venues over the course of the four days: the downtown Telluride Historic District, Mountain Village and the Telluride Regional Airport.

Steep Canyon Rangers Live: The Sheridan Arts Foundation presents Grammy award-winning bluegrass Steep Canyon Rangers live in concert at the Sheridan Opera House.

Book Discussion for Reyna Grande’s The Distance Between Us: Participate in a book discussion prior to Reyna's visit!  Pick up your free copy of The Distance Between Us, by Reyna Grande in English or Spanish at the library and participate in One Book, One Canyon culminating in a visit by author Reyna Grande, who will be joining us in person on October 11th.

Fireside Chat: Join us for this free Fireside chat at the Hotel Madeline. Join Allen C. Harper, Chief Executive Officer of the American Heritage Railways, as he discuss the history of the narrow gauge railroad and its impact on the southwest Colorado.

For all events from 9/22-9/28, check out this week’s Peak Sheet. 

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