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Art & regional events


Paquime Galleries Inc., will hold a grand opening all day Saturday. The gallery showcases authentic work from village artists in Mexico, including unique, hand-painted and hand-formed pottery. Ten percent of Saturday’s total sales will benefit Steve Webster, firefighter and paramedic for Red, White & Blue Fire Rescue in Breckenridge. Earlier this year, Webster became ill and has not been able to work while undergoing continued diagnosis and treatment for a rare medical condition. Paquime Galleries, Inc., is located at 203 N. Main St., Breckenridge. (970) 423-7272.

One person’s trash is another’s treasure, so think about the bigger picture this holiday season by giving gifts made from recycled materials. Join us for cheese and crackers and smart shopping at Eartha’s Green Shop for the annual Recycled Arts and Crafts Gala. Our local artists make beautiful, unique gifts that help close the loop, so not only will you be giving one-of-a-kind gifts, you’ll also be supporting locals. From recycled beads and jewelry to recycled sweater mittens and more, you’ll find the perfect “green” gift for that special someone. Event runs from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. today at Eartha’s Green Shop at the High Country Conservation Center, 518 E. Main St., Frisco. (970) 668-5703.

Capella Telluride opened Feb. 12 in the heart of Telluride’s Mountain Village and is hosting a plethera of holiday events. Named one of the world’s hottest new hotels by Cond Nast Traveler, Capella Telluride is redefining mountain luxury with an exclusive Capella lounge, boutique spa and indoor pool, a fitness center, ski valet, several restaurants and a kids club. For more information, visit Events: Saturday: Mother Daughter Holiday Tea, $15 per person; Dec. 11, ice rink opens, followed by a tree lighting ceremony Dec. 12, with eggnog and cookies. and a children’s brunch with Santa (and gingerbread house decorating) in the Grand Ballroom ($40/adult, $20/kids). Dec. 18: Wear your craziest holiday sweater and join the apres ski party, with a DJ, raffle, drinks and food ($5 if you wear a crazy sweater). Dec. 19: Gray Jay Cafe, a European-style cafe, opens. Dec. 24: Santa comes to read stories in the Capella Living Room. A multi-course dinner will be served at the Onyx Dec. 24 and Dec. 25.On New Year’s Eve, the Onyx hosts a formal cocktail recetipion, live music and a four-course dinner.

As the holiday shopping season approaches, Anheuser-Busch is giving beer drinkers another reason to rejoice: The Beermaster Tour at the Fort Collins brewery. This exclusive, behind-the-scenes look at the Budweiser brewing and packaging process is sure to please even the most difficult person to shop for.Recently introduced, this small, private tour takes guests into never-before-seen areas of the brew house, lager cellar, packaging facility and finishing cellar. Guests see first-hand the people and passion behind the Budweiser brand and guests 21 years of age and older receive exclusive sampling opportunities. Visit for more information or to make a reservation.

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