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Things to do in Telluride This week

With snowy peaks set against a beautiful fall backdrop, Telluride does not get more beautiful. While Mother Nature is putting on quite a show outside, the Telluride Horror Festival, Colorado’s first and longest-running horror film festival, brings the entertainment inside this weekend. Also on Friday is the final Farmers’ Market of the season and the Community Harvest Dinner where Niceness will be performing live. See more on each event below.

Telluride Horror Show: The Telluride Horror Show is Colorado's first and longest-running horror film festival. This 3-day fest screens the latest horror, fantasy, suspense, thriller, dark comedy and sci-fi films. The lineup includes 20 feature films and over 50 short films shown at the Nugget Theatre, Palm Theatre, and Sheridan Opera House. In addition to the films, the Horror Fest puts on fun events including Ice Cream Social, Pig Roast, Creepy Campfire Tales, and a Horror Trivia Night. If you attend, don't miss out on their "Secret Sunday Shows" which are surprise screenings of highly-anticipated films. 

Niceness Live: Hemp Invest Fest and the Telluride Farmers' Market presents: Niceness at the Telluride Transfer Warehouse with special guest M.C. Rasta Stevie! Don't miss this epic reggae show at one of Telluride's most unique venues. 

Telluride Farmers’ Market: Since 2002, the Telluride Farmers' Market has been providing the highest quality produce, animal products, crafts and more from local farmers and vendors in the area. Every vendor is from within 100 miles of Telluride, ensuring that the food is fresh and local. You can find the farmers' market on South Oak Street from 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Community Harvest Dinner: In conjunction with the Telluride Arts District and the Hemp Invest Fest, we'll be celebrating local food and raising funds for community outreach programs with delicious local food and beverages, and fantastic music from local favorite reggae band, Niceness. 

For all events from 10/12-10/21, check out this week’s Peak Sheet.


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