Events in Ouray, Colorado

Even though Ouray, Colorado is just a small mountain town, we have plenty of events and activities throughout the year to keep you entertained. With annual events people can look forward to every year, make sure you plan your stay ahead of schedule.

We also have new events that come at different times throughout the year. Be sure to check in to our page for details on the events and links to the correct pages. While you are in town, please remember to be respectful to the people and animals that live here.

County Events Calendar

March Events

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    The Addams Family Musical 3/1-3/3

    Join students from Ouray and Ridgway schools as they get creepy and spooky in this phenomenal modern latin-pop-inspired musical, featuring the first family of horror: The Addams Family!

    Tickets may be purchased below

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    Martini and Board Game Night at the Dead Canary Bar 3/4/24

    From 5:30-8pm

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    Toddler Tuesday at O'Toys 3/5/24

    10:00am - 11:00am

    St. Patty’s Day and Easter make the perfect themes this March!!

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    The Dubliners Perform at the Sherbino 3/5/24

    Doors open at 7, show starts at 7:30. Purchase tickets below.

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    Learn to Knit at the Ouray Library 3/6/24

    Learn to knit or crochet with two skilled artisans. 5pm-6pm

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    David Nunn plays at The Ridgway 3/6/24

    Come on into The Ridgway a Chipeta Lodge for live music, friends, fun and great food!


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    Oscar Nominated Short Films at the Wright 3/6/24

    For the 19th consecutive year, ShortsTV and Magnolia Pictures present the Oscar-Nominated Short Films, opening on Feb. 16th. With all three categories offered – Animated, Live Action and Documentary – this is your annual chance to predict the winners (and have the edge in your Oscar pool)! A perennial hit with audiences around the country and the world, don’t miss this year’s selection of shorts. The Academy Awards take place Sunday, March 10th.

    Purchase Tickets Below

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    Poetry at the Tavern 3/7/24

    Poet, essayist, and editor Rick Kempa lives in Grand Junction. His most recent book of poetry is Too Vast for Sleep. A collection of his short prose pieces about the backpacking life, Truths of the Trail, will be published this spring. Rick is the founding editor of the literary journal Deep Wild: Writing from the Backcountry.

    Box Office @ 6pm // Reading @ 7pm // $5 Cover per person // Students (18 & under) FREE. Purchase tickets below

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    Sturtz at the Sherbino 3/8/24

    Doors: 7 || Show: 7:30 || $20 ($25 @ door) || Seated Show. Purchase tickets below

    Sturtz’s music stands out for its distinctive, soothing instrumental and vocal harmonies. The acoustic quartet – Andrew Sturtz [vocals, guitar], Jim Herlihy [banjo], Courtlyn Carpenter [cello], and Will Kuepper [bass] – falls somewhere at the intersection of folk and soul, with lead singer Andrew Sturtz’s melodic vocals soaring over the lower string instrumentals.

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    Liberté at the Wright 3/9/24

    Come be transported and amazed at this original African Arts Theater show, Liberté, choreographed by world renown West African artist, Fara Tolno. Liberté is French for Freedom, and this dynamic show will tell a story of humanity through music, movement, multimedia and more. A full live orchestra of Western and traditional African instruments will accompany dancers, breakdancers and more. Visiting West African artists will produce an unforgettable international show for all ages. Purchase tickets below

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    Veterans Coffee at the Sherb 3/12/24

    Must have valid military ID. No family or friends. 10am-12pm

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    O.I.F.F. Special Screening: Short Film Block at the Wright 3/13/24

    Enjoy two award-winning short films!

    This is the third in an ongoing series highlighting award-winning films from past Ouray International Film Festivals, and will feature a pre-recorded Q&A with the filmmakers after the screening.

    Purchase Tickets Below

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    Climbing Film Tour at the Sherbino 3/14/24

    Doors: 7 || Show: 7:30 || Entry By Donation

    Introducing the Climbing Film Tour, formerly known as the Vertical Life Film Tour. The Climbing Film Tour is back for it’s 4th season with an awesome selection of short films celebrating the global climbing community.

    Purchase Tickets Below

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    Music Bingo at the Wright 3/15/24

    Free to play. 7pm-9pm

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    After School Club at O'Toys 3/15/24

    4:00pm - 5:00pm

    Join us after school for snacks and games!!

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    Birdhouse Decorating Workshop 3/16/24

    Decorate a bird house or gazebo bird feeder. All art materials provided. 1:30-3:30

    Purchase Tickets Below

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    A Benefit for the Uncompahgre River 3/16/24

    Get this Discount ticket price until doors open at 5:30pm online. At the door tickets $30 per person. Celebrate all things fly fishing with an array of short films from destinations around the world, all while raising awareness for the Uncompahgre River Watershed. RIGS Fly Shop and Telluride Angler have joined forces for the second year in a row to bring the 2024 Fly Fishing Film Tour to Ridgway and support the Uncompahgre River! 100% of the proceeds raised from this event will be donated to the Uncompahgre Watershed Partnership for projects slated to improve river health within the Uncompahgre River Valley. Come grab some great food, drinks and beer. Plus incredible door prizes, raffles, silent auctions, and more.

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    Tie Dye Arts and Crafts at The Dead Canary 3/18/24

    Will take place at 5:30. Choose between a t-shirt or leggings to tie-dye. RSVP by calling 970-325-8885

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    Toddler Tuesday at O'Toys 3/19/24

    10:00am - 11:00am

    St. Patty’s Day and Easter make the perfect themes this March!

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    Past Lives Showing at the Wright 3/20/24

    Nora and Hae Sung, two deeply connected childhood friends, are wrest apart after Nora's family emigrates from South Korea. Decades later, they are reunited for one fateful week as they confront destiny, love and the choices that make a life. Purchase Tickets Below

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    Murder Mystery at the Wright 3/22/24

    Let the Wright Opera House take you on an interactive theatrical experience filled with intrigue and laughter, all during a delectable three-course meal. Someone among you is a ::gasp:: MURDERER! Is it the stranger at the table next to you? Could it be your friend...or even your DATE??? Bring the whole crew along for a thrilling evening of crime solving and fun. Purchase Tickets Below

    Costumes strongly encouraged!

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    Peter Antoniou: Psychic Magician at the Sherb 3/23/24

    Doors: 7 || Show: 7:30 || $15 ADV / $20 DOS

    From amazing the judges on America’s Got Talent, to headlining in Las Vegas, to selling out shows in London’s West End, Peter Antoniou’s mind reading skills have astounded audiences around the globe. Combining razor-sharp British wit with a stunning ability to know exactly what you are thinking, Peter’s shows are interactive and unforgettable. Join him as he reads minds and tickles funny bones, telling jokes and fortunes live onstage. Purchase Tickets Below

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    Puzzle Sunday at O'Toys 3/24/24

    2:00pm - 3:00pm

    Meet up with your friends or come meet someone new while solving our escape puzzle! Can you figure out the rest the story? Free and open to all!

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    Trivia Night at the Wright 3/30/24


    Play for free, half off bar tab for the winnng team

April Events

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    Learn to Knit at the Ouray Library 4/3

    Learn to knit with the pros from 5pm-6pm

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    Pricilla Shown at the Wright 4/3

    RATED R (2023)

    Movie @ 7pm // Box Office @ 6:30pm

    Tickets $5 purchase below When teenager Priscilla Beaulieu meets Elvis Presley at a party, the man who's already a meteoric rock 'n' roll superstar becomes someone entirely unexpected in private moments: a thrilling crush, an ally in loneliness, and a gentle best friend.

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    Proof Shown at the Ouray County 4H Center 4/4

    Written by American playwright David Auburn, Proof won the 2001 Pulitzer Prize for Drama and the Tony Award for Best Play. The play follows Catherine, daughter of a recently deceased college professor and mathematical genius, and her struggles with her own mathematical genius and fears of mental illness. Purchase tickets below

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    Poetry at the Tavern 4/4

    Ouray County Performing Arts Guild Presents...

    Poetry at the Tavern

    April's featured poet: Andrea Gibson*

    *Note: due to Andrea's health, April's reading will be virtual. We will still gather in the Wright Opera House Tavern, and will hear from Andrea via the television screen. An open mic will follow as always.

    Doors @ 6:30pm // Reading @ 7pm

    Tickets $5

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    Tween Art Club 4/8

    Tween Art Club: "Papier-Mâché Creations"

    Explore the versatility of papier-mâché and craft your own sculpture during this 4-week session of the Tween Art Club. You'll learn how to build an armature and how to apply materials and techniques to create expressive painted sculptures made from papier-mâché. Whether you're interested in crafting a faux taxidermy animal head or something different, we'll provide plenty of ideas and support in an open studio atmosphere as you work on your project.

    * This class is a drop-off class. Should your child have any special needs please contact before class to ensure that your child will have a fun time.

    Purchase tickets below

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    Music bingo at the Wright 4/12

    Music Bingo at the Tavern

    7pm - 9pm

    Listen while we play a snippet of a song and if you see the title on your music bingo card, mark it off. You know the rest! Put your music knowledge to the test!

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    Live in the Tavern: Adam Lopez 4/13

    In the wake of Merle Haggard, John Prine, and Steve Earle is an Americana artist with some radical hair by the name of Adam Lopez. He has worked with a long list of notable names in American roots music. With a warm soulful voice and guitar picking style that seamlessly blends country, folk, and blues, his life’s journey has given him the stories behind his songs — the love, broken hearts, successes, failures, regrets, lessons, and epiphanies. Purchase tickets below

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    Paint and Sip Art Class 4/16

    Paint your pet! Send 2 photos of your pet (portrait preferred), and we will make a traceable transfer for you. During class, you will transfer your pet’s image to a prepared canvas, then, with a live demonstration and lots of instructions by Kathryn Burke, you will paint your pet with acrylics on a prepared 16x20 canvas. Realistic, abstract, crazy colors, honor a pet who crossed the rainbow bridge. Anything goes! Lots of fun! All materials provided. Plus animal crackers and an adult beverage or soft drink.

    Please email two pet portrait pictures to by April 13th. For those who haven't emailed any photos by April 13th, we'll have a variety of animal photo printouts available.

    Ages 16+. Walk-ins are welcome as long as we have availability. Purchase tickets below

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    Trivia Night at Steps Tavern 4/16

    First and Third Tuesday of each month.

    7pm-9pm Hosted by Justin Tubbs

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    Seth Walker & Ray Bonneville at the Sherb 4/17

    April 17 @ 7:30 pm

    Doors: 7 || Show: 7:30 || $20 / $25 DOS

    Seth Walker is often cited as one of the most prolific contemporary Americana artists on the scene today. He’s a multi-dimensional talent who combines a gift for melody and lyric alongside a rich, Gospel-drenched, Southern-inflected voice with a true blue knack for getting around on the guitar. His new studio album, I Hope I Know, produced by Jano Rix of The Wood Brothers, and a string of singles, including “We Got This,” “Spirits Moving” and a cover of Bobby Charles classic “I Must Be In A Good Place Now” further build upon this reputation.

    Purchase Tickets Below

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    Corb Lund and Jeff Crosby at the Sherb 4/21

    April 21 @ 8:00 pm

    Doors: 7 || Show: 8 || $30 ADV / $35 DOS

    A rural Albertan hailing from the foothills of the Rocky Mountains with a long family lineage of ranchers and rodeo people, Lund is about as authentic as they come, and equally as hard to define.

    Purchase tickets below

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    AJ Finney at the Sherb 4/26

    April 26 @ 8:00 pm

    Doors: 7 || Show: 8 || $10

    Stylistically manic and artistically brilliant, AJ Finney is an eclectic Midwestern storyteller with a passion for the psychedelic scene of the Sixties. His show has something for everyone. A relatable vicarious ride through his world involving topics like family, anxiety, and everyday mishaps. Purchase tickets below

May Events

June Events

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    Thursday's In June

    Join us every Thursday night in June for free shows in Fellin Park: emerging bands, food & fun for the whole family!

  • Evenings of History- June 20 - August 8

    Evenings of History- June 20 - August 8

    Ouray County Historical Society presents Evenings in History for 2023.

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    Ouray International Film Festival 6/20/24 - 6/23/24

    The Ouray International Film Festival is an intimate and cinematic experience showcasing transformative films from all over the world. With a high number of artists in attendance, you will have the opportunity to talk with filmmakers and learn from industry professionals and scholars. We hope you will join our community from June 20-23, 2024, for four days of jury selected films, panel discussions, awards, and parties.

July Events

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    Rocky Mountain Toyota Roundup

    Rocky Mountain Toyota Roundup (RMTR) is a family friendly event and was formed to meet the needs of Toyota 4X4 enthusiasts who enjoy wheeling in and around beautiful Ouray, Colorado. Registration opens Saturday, February 24 at 10am MT and sells out quickly! Make sure to sign up for our newsletter on our website to stay up-to-date!

August Events

September Events

  • Fall Maker’s Market 2023 Fellin Park - Ouray, CO September 3rd, 2023 - 10 am to 5 pm

    Maker’s Market 2023 Fellin Park - Ouray, CO September 3rd, 2023 - 10 am to 5 pm

    Join us for our Fall Maker's Market on September 3rd from 10am-5pm. Enjoy goods from local creatives, live music and local performers, and great food.

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    9/30/23 | Chili Cook-Off

    Come one, come all to witness the smackdown and vote for your best chili.

    $10 to sample all

    3:30 pm, winners announced at 5:30 pm

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    9.30.23 | Oktoberfest

    12 - 7 pm in Fellin Park

    Listen to Cabin Dragon, Courthouse Blues Band, and Neon Sky Band

    Steinholding contest, local food, pet costume contest, face painting, mini horses, games, and second chance pets to adopt.

    FREE admission with a full bar!

October Events

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    10.31.23 | Trick or Treat Main Street

    Join the Ouray Main Street businesses for Trick or Treating on October 31 from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m.

November Events

December Events

January Events

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    Poetry at the Tavern: Rosemerry Wahtola Trommer 1/4/24

    January 4 // 7 pm // $5, Students FREE (18 & under)

    January's featured poet: Rosemerry Wahtola Trommer

    A community literary series offering readings by established regional poets as well as opportunities for local poets to share their work in a supportive setting.

    Purchase Tickets below

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    Ouray International Film Fest Passes Go Live 1/8/24

    Passes for the 5th annual Ouray International Film Festival will go live on January 8! Join us from June 20-23, 2024, for four days of transformative films, panel discussions, awards and parties. Join a community of artists and movie lovers and bond over the power of cinematic stories; because movies and mountains can change your life.

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    OIFF Special Screening of Dhaulagiri 1/10/24

    January 10 // 7 pm // $5

    An Ecuadorian mountaineer balances friendship, love, and luck in his quest to climb a new route on one of the tallest and most dangerous mountains in the world.

    This film is the first in a five-month series highlighting award-winning films from past Ouray International Film Festivals, and will feature a pre-recorded Q&A with the filmmakers after the screening. The 5th Annual festival is to take place at the Wright Opera House June 20-23, 2024.

    With thanks to Triage Creative and Director Tommy Joyce

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    OCAA Art Show in the Tavern 1/13/24

    January 13 // 4-6 pm // Opening Reception

    “A Walk in Nature"

    Featuring works by Natalie Heller, Rod Martinez, & Angela Moyer

    On Display January 12th through February 21st

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    The Two Tenors; Saxophone Duets 1/13/24

    January 13 // 7 pm // $10

    Join us for this silver-haired saxxy duo featuring Ouray County locals, Jim Pettengill and John Ast!

    Jim and John met at a dinner at the Ouray, Colorado Elks Lodge several years ago and discovered that they both played saxophone. Since that time, both have played regularly with the Montrose community concert band and Saxophone Ensemble and the Lake City Stinger concert band. Jim also plays with Alive in the Woods, a local classic rock, blues and country band, and has played with jazz and country bands in New Mexico prior to retirement. John has also played with the Sun City Arizona concert band.

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    Winter White and Wine Flower Arrangement Class at Little Bucket of Flowers 1/13/24

    January 13, Saturday 2-4 $30

    Glass of wine included

    Call to make reservation


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    After School Club at O'Toys 1/19/24

    After School Club Friday 1/19/24

    4:00pm - 5:00pm

    Join us after school for snacks and games!!

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    Teacup and Saucer Floral Arrangement Class at Little Bucket of Flowers 1/20/24

    January 20, Saturday 2-4 $30

    Cup or tea, crumpets and flowers are included

    Provide your own tea cup and saucer

    Call to make a reservation


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    Ouray Ice Fest 1/18/24-1/21/2024

    Evenings: Presentations and films by Vince Anderson, Will Gadd and Graham Zimmerman.

    Competition: UIAA Ice Climbing Continental Open.

    Daily: Gear demos, Climbing Clinics, Walk-up climbing wall, Kids’nClimbing College and fireside chats.

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    Puzzle Club Sunday at O'Toys 1/21/24

    Puzzle Club Sunday 1/21/24 2:00-3:00

    Meet up with your friends or come meet someone new while solving one of our many puzzles!

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    Toddler Tuesdays at O'Toys 1/9/24 & 1/23/24

    Toddler Tuesdays 1/9/24 & 1/23/24

    10:00am - 11:00am

    Don’t miss meeting up with other little ones and exploring wintery fun sensory bins and crafts!

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    Trivia Night at the Wright 1/27/24

    Do you know the Wright Answer? Bring your friends, drink, and THINK at the Tavern at the Wright, hosted by Erin McIntyre! Half off bar tab for the winning team.*

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    Ultimate Frisbee in the Park 1/28/24

    PARK - Ultimate Frisbee

    Sunday, January 28⋅2:00 – 4:00pm

    Held in Fellin Park

February Events

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    Poetry night at the Tavern 2/1/24

    February 1 // 7 pm // $5, Students FREE (18 & under)

    February's featured poet: Joanna Yonder

    A community literary series offering readings by established regional poets as well as opportunities for local poets to share their work in a supportive setting.

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    Heroes of the Fourth Turning 2/2-2/5, 2024

    February 2-5 // Fri, Sat & Mon 7:30 pm; Sun 4 pm

    Beyond belief, here is a place we might meet.

    It's nearing midnight in Wyoming, where four young conservatives have gathered at a backyard after-party. They've returned home to toast their mentor Gina, newly inducted as president of a tiny Catholic college. But as their reunion spirals into spiritual chaos and clashing generational politics, it becomes less a celebration than a vicious fight to be understood. On a chilly night in the middle of America, Will Arbery's haunting play offers grace and disarming clarity, speaking to the heart of a country at war with itself.

    **Content warning: Heroes of the Fourth Turning contains strong language, adult themes, and loud noises. Viewer discretion advised.

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    Galentines Day Flower Class 2/10/24

    Galentines day flower class at little bucket of flowers from 2-4

    $50, Includes flower arrangement, 1 glass of wine, 2 truffles. Will be at the Elks Lodge

    Call 970-318-0310 to reserve

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    Mardi Gras Slime for Kids at O' Toys 2/16/24

    4:00pm - 5:00pm

    Join your friends in making some Mardi Gras or Valentines slime! We’ll have delicious treats and a great time! Free for everyone to join the fun!

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    Ouray Winter Wine Festival 2/17/24

    Held in the beautiful and historic mining town of Ouray, Colorado, the 2nd annual Ouray Winter Wine Festival boasts unique and upscale offerings from Western Colorado’s vineyards and local purveyors within the culinary and retail markets. Attendees must be 21+

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    Avalanche Safety Talk 2/17/24

    Join us for an evening of free avalanche education with free food and drinks.

    Chris Dickson, Avalanche Educator and Host of "San Juan Snowcast"

    • CAIC Forecasters

    • Prize drawings

    • Free beer, wine and non-alcoholic beverages

    • Free chili and homemade sourdough bread

    • Open to all

    February 17, 2024 • 6PM (Doors open 5.30PM)

    Ouray Community Center, 320 6th Avenue, Ouray, CO

    $15 Roundtrip Ridgway-Ouray Shuttle Available

    Call TelluRides 970-626-5121 for info

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    Silverton Skijoring 2/17 - 2/18, 2024

    At high noon in February each year on Blair Street in Silverton, spectators can witness a sport unlike any other: Skijoring. Free and open to the public to watch, Silverton Skijoring is a local showing of a competitive sport previously seen around the world in events such as the Nordic Games. Returning after a year-long hiatus, this winter event is one you will not want to miss, so book your hotel and make plans to attend this year.

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    Mountainfilm On Tour 2/18/24

    Join us for an evening of culturally rich, adventure-packed and incredibly inspiring documentary films.

    When: Sunday, February 18th, 2024

    Time: Doors open at 5:30pm | Showtime 6pm (runs about 2 - 2 ½ hours + raffle at the end)

    Location: Ouray Community Center

    Tickets: Ice Park Members $15 + raffle ticket | Non-members $30 | Buy Tickets: At the Door

    Films: Indomitable Spirit Playlist:

    To Be Frank

    Well Worn Life with Dani Reyes-Acosta


    Rosalie Fish

    Pass It On: Tami Knight


    High Road


    Georgia Astle: Flip the Switch

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    Martini and Board Game Night at the Dead Canary Bar 2/19/24

    Every Monday we have $9 martini specials. Come check out our new exciting board game collection!


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    Toddler Tuesday at O'Toys 2/20/24

    10:00am - 11:00am

    Fill your senses with sparkles and color!! Put together a sensory bag or bottle to take home! Free for everyone to join the fun! Come make a new friend or two!

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    A Walk in Nature 1/12-2/21, 2024

    OCAA presents "A Walk in Nature"

    Featuring works by Natalie Heller, Rod Martinez, & Angela Moyer

    On Display January 12th through February 21st

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    Karaoke at the Silver Eagle Saloon 2/21/24

    Come sing karaoke at the Silver Eagle Saloon from 9pm-11pm!

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    Ouray Bookshop presents The Delta in the Rearview Mirror by Di Rushing 2/24/24

    Ouray Bookshop Presents The Delta in the Rearview Mirror by Di Rushing

    Saturday, February 24th

    Admission $5

    Box Office @ 6:30pm | Reading @ 7pm

    Join Ouray Bookshop and The Tavern at The Wright Opera House as beloved Ouray local author Di Rushing reads an excerpt from her work The Delta in the Rearview Mirror: The Life and Death of Mississippi's First Winery

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    Cabin Fever Day at Lee's Ski Hill 2/24/24

    Saturday from 12-4.

    Kids skiing and snowboarding event includes contests for




    Concessions Available

    Weather Depended, think snow!

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    Paradox Sports "Got Stump" 2/23 – 2/25, 2024

    The annual Paradox Ice trip to Ouray is one you don’t want to miss! There is a reason this is our longest running program and why it sells out every year – climbing at the Ouray Ice Park, instruction and guidance from world-class ice climbers, and one of the best mountain communities in Colorado make this one unforgettable weekend.