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  • Save The Date! dZi Foundation and Sherbino present Jim McCarthy: The Dawn of Big Wall Climbing in the Far North

    Save The Date! dZi Foundation and Sherbino present Jim McCarthy: The Dawn of Big Wall Climbing in the Far North

    In 1963, McCarthy established Yukon Tears on the Proboscis, Southeast Face in the Cirque of the Unclimbables in the Northwest Territories with Layton Kor, Royal Robbins and Dick McCracken.

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  • Weehawken Royal Actors present

    Weehawken Royal Actors present "The Lion King Experience"

    A vibrant and exciting tale, The Lion King is a story of love and redemption that nobody should miss.

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  • Alpine Bank Family Movie Night presents

    Alpine Bank Family Movie Night presents "A Dog's Journey"

    Alpine Bank's Family Film: A Dog's Journey

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  • Sherb Talk: The History of U.S. Public Lands with Walt Dabney

    Sherb Talk: The History of U.S. Public Lands with Walt Dabney

    Where did our Public Lands come from? Why do the western states have lots and other states almost none? How were states formed? What does the Constitution say about these lands? What was the effect of the Homestead Act and the Railroad Act? How were National Parks and Forests established? Why are these lands held “in common”, so important to us today?Join former National Park Ranger and Superintendent and Texas State Parks Director, Walt Dabney for answers to these, and more, questions.

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  • COMEDY SPORTS N' SHORTS VI

    COMEDY SPORTS N' SHORTS VI

    The Ridgway High School Drama Dept. presents the return of live improv with our 6th Annual COMEDY SPORTS N’ SHORTS, featuring the RHS improv troupe, "Always Acting Up!" at the Sherbino Theater!

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Theater, Special Events

COMEDY SPORTS N' SHORTS VI

The Ridgway High School Drama Dept. presents the return of live improv with our 6th Annual COMEDY SPORTS N’ SHORTS, featuring the RHS improv troupe, "Always Acting Up!" at the Sherbino Theater!

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Sherb Talks, Interactive

Sherb Talk: Karen Risch presents "No Individual Heroes"

Ouray County, Colorado, a popular tourist destination, has dramatic mountains and amazing winter ice climbing. Challenging terrain and high altitude can push visitors to their limits and beyond. deaths from unforeseeable accidents, at altitude, can occur in bad weather or areas that make helicopter rescue impossible or extremely dangerous. For five decades the Ouray Mountain Rescue Team has helped those in trouble in this unique place. as journalist Roger Anderson wrote: "the San Juans, for all their seemingly benign majesty, can be as unforgiving as they are beautiful."

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Music, Special Events

Ouray County Chorus "Carols and Cheer"

The community is invited to the “Carols and Cheer” choral concert performed by the Ouray County Chorus on Sunday, December 15. The OCC will sing music of the season featuring many popular favorites in a variety of arrangements, as well as a few new winter pieces.

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Thanks to our sponsors!

Interested in supporting the Sherbino? Sponsors make it happen.

Town of Ridgway
Telluride Foundation
Colorado Creative Industries
Ouray County Community Foundation Fund
Western Colorado Community Foundation
Women's Club of Ouray
Alpine Bank
Alpenglow Arts Alliance
Ouray County Performing Arts Guild
Remax
Tri-State Generation & Transmission
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Presented by Volkswagen, Citizen's State Bank, San Juan Mountain Guides, Red Mountain Alpine Lodge and Ridgway Adventure Sports!! The only constant is change, but winter stoke is eternal. After seven decades of celebrating skiing and snowboarding, Warren Miller Entertainment can confirm that nothing compares to the excitement of another season in the mountains.
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Opening night for Rocky Horror was worth the antici....pation! We still have tickets for tonight’s and Saturday’s performances, but they’re selling fast! Get them now at sherbino.org . . #sherbinotheatrecompany #therockyhorrorshow #dontdreamitbeit #latenightdoublefeaturepictureshow #musicaltheatre #getyourtickets
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Things are getting spooky scary up in the Sherb! Counting down till doors open and Elder Grown hits the stage. Get your tickets now! . . @eldergrown #sherbinopresents #liveatthesherbino #halloweenatthesherboono #halloween #danceyourassoff #getyourtickets
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Just a few tickets left for today’s finale performance of Animal Farm! Don’t miss out! . . #sherbinopresents #animalfarm #communitytheatre #allanimalsareequal #getyourtickets
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Coming up at the Sherbino! Emily Scott Robinson live on October 18! Advance tickets at sherbino.org North Carolina native Emily Scott Robinson has traveled a quarter million miles and counting, paying her dues along the dusty highways of America’s wild country in the RV she calls home. Along the way, she’s captured the stories of the people she met and expertly crafted them into the songs featured on her gorgeous debut studio release, “Traveling Mercies.” Named one of Rolling Stone’s “10 New Country and Americana Artists You Need to Know” for 2019, Robinson received critical acclaim from Billboard, No Depression, and American Songwriter for the stories captured on her new album and performed on the main stage of the 2019 Telluride Bluegrass Festival as winner of the Telluride Troubadour Contest. The diner where the waitress knows everyone by name. The World War II veteran reflecting on the end of his life. The windswept trailer park where people prefer to keep their curtains closed. As she meditates on human frailty and the power of resilience, Robinson is at times vulnerable, at others, defiant and absolutely free. Rolling Stone called “Traveling Mercies” a collection of “country-folk songs about America in all its pain and glory with the literate, Southern gothic sensibility of Flannery O’Connor.” Robinson is on the rise with her new record— a tour de force from an elegant chronicler of her own existence and those of her fellow humans. @emilyscottrobinson #liveatthesherbino #sherbinopresents #americana #ridgwaycolorado #ridgwaycoloradocreates #getyourtickets
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Friday, October 11- Award winning, acclaimed blues musician Terry Robb hits the stage. His signature fingerpicking style landed him in the Oregon Music Hall of Fame and earned him international acclaim from worldwide audiences, esteemed music critics and his distinguished peers. Northwest guitarist Terry Robb has played blues in many different formats through the years, including in electric and acoustic settings, with a trio, and as a solo artist. He began playing as a child, encouraged by an uncle who was a professional swing jazz guitarist. Shortly after he began playing, Robb became enamored with blues, ragtime, traditional jazz, and country guitar players, yet he developed his own eclectic style. In college at Portland State University, he studied music theory with Czechoslovakian composer Tomas Svoboda. After graduation, he toured with Captain Beefheart/Frank Zappa alumnus Rex Jakabosky, cutting his teeth on the Northwest's club and festival circuits. In the early '80s, Robb became friendly with the late folk-blues guitarist and composer John Fahey. Fahey later asked him to produce and perform on several of his recordings, and one of these releases, 1983's Let Go, was cited by Rolling Stone magazine as one of the top three releases of that year. He also collaborated with fellow Northwest bluesman Curtis Salgado on Hit It 'n Quit It. Although he hasn't toured much nationally under his own name, Robb has an extensive discography. His sessionography includes performances on recordings by Fahey, Sheila Wilcoxson, Alice Stuart, Gary Burford, and Paul Brasch, among others. Robb's recordings under his own name include Sensitive Guy, Acoustic Blues Trio, and Stop This World for Burnside Records, a Portland-based label, as well as Jelly Behind the Sun, Next Window, and Heart Made of Steel and When I Play My Blues Guitar. Most recently, Robb recorded Resting Place for the Memphis-based Yellow Dog Records. Robb has toured with Curtis Salgado, Steve Miller, and Buddy Guy. Advance tickets at sherbino.org #sherbinopresents #liveatthesherbino #ridgwaycoloradocreates #deltablues

A history of community

Established in 1915, the Sherbino has been the heart of Ridgway Colorado, providing a venue for community events ranging from music to poetry. Now in a period of re-birth, the Sherbino continues to standout as the hub of events and community activities in Ridgway and throughout Ouray County. On February 11 2012 the Sherbino incorporated as the Ridgway Chautauqua Society Inc. whose mission is to embody the Chautauqua tradition by producing programs celebrating lifelong learning, the arts, culture and community. Learn more about the Sherbino.

Heart of Ridgway

Sherbino Ridgway Colorado

604 Clinton Street

P.O. Box 236

Ridgway, Colorado 81432

970.318.0892
info@sherbino.org

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