Things to do in Telluride This week
With the first snow of the season, fall is coming to an end but Telluride remains busy! As Halloween is just a couple weeks away, what better way to get in the spooky spirit than with a Horror Show Film Festival? After the festival, head over to the Lone Tree Cemetery for a historical tour led by lantern light. Grab your friends and family for one of the last gondola rides of the season as you head towards a cozy night of Bonfires & S'mores! As the season comes to a close, spend one more evening out on the town for $1 Community Night featuring Emily Scott Robinson and Friends. For additional happenings, check out our events calendar.
Horror Show Film Festival: 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.
Lone Tree Cemetery Tour: Explore the iconic Lone Tree Cemetery in the ambiance and eeriness of lantern light. Led by Telluride Historical Museum’s Director of Programs and Exhibits, this tour tells Telluride’s history through the stories of the rugged people that lived, worked, and were buried here.
Bonfire & S'mores: Elevate your average ‘mallow roasting experience with the Bonfire and S`mores night at the Madeline. Swap adventure stories and good times around firepit. Daily 5:30 - 7 pm / Black Iron Fire Pit.
$1 Community Night featuring Emily Scott Robinson and Friends: Join us at the Sheridan Opera House for ONE DOLLAR ONLY to see talented former local Emily Scott Robinson perform with other local talents Tom Nading and Claybrook Penn. North Carolina native Emily Scott Robinson has captured the stories of the people she met traveling the country and expertly crafted them into the songs featured on her gorgeous debut studio release, “Traveling Mercies.”
For more events from October 11-20 check out the Peak Sheet.