STATEWIDE EVENTS

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Hamlet — Watch the best of British theater on the big screen, featuring Benedict Cumberbatch. 4:30 p.m. Michael D. Palm Theater, 721 W. Colorado Ave., Telluride, 970-369-5669.

Christmas Lights Parade — Ring in the season with vintage cars, bikes and floats. 6:30 p.m. Downtown Main St., Alamosa, 800-258- 7597.

12 Days of Copper — Celebrate the holidays with torchlight parades, rail jams and more. Copper Mountain Resort, 209 10 Mile Circle, Frisco, 970-968-2318. Through Dec. 31.

12 Days of Aspen — Join in the holiday fun with a week full of events and activities. Downtown Aspen, 970-925-1940. Through Dec. 31.

Santa and Mrs. Claus — A family tradition at Purgatory Resort, Santa and Mrs. Claus are on the mountain. Bring your kids and find out what’s in Santa’s bag. Purgatory Resort, 1 Skier Place, Durango, 970-247-9000.

The Story Pirates — A loud, hilarious sketch comedy musical performed by professional improvisers and musicians. Strings Music Pavilion, 900 Springs Road, Steamboat Springs, 970-879-5056.

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24 

Christmas Eve Torchlight Parade — Watch Santa come down the mountain on a sleigh pulled by a snowcat. Ho Ho Ho! 5:30 p.m.

Crested Butte Mountain Resort, 500 Gothic Road, Crested Butte, 800-444-9236.

Winter Wonderland — Celebrate the holiday season with music, old-fashioned wagon rides, holiday parties and more. Granby Ranch, 1000 Village Road, Granby, 888-850-4615. Through Jan. 3.

Santa Arrives at the Town Clock — Light the night up with Santa in this annual event. 6 p.m. Downtown Historic Manitou Springs, Manitou Springs, 719-685-1444.

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 31 

10th Annual New Year’s Eve Extreme Rodeo Challenge — Packed with rodeo favorites like saddle bronc riding, bull riding and bull fighting along with family-friendly mutton bustin’. 7:30 p.m. Budweiser Events Center, 5290 Arena Circle, Loveland, 970-619-4100.

Copper’s New Year’s Eve Celebration — Ring in the new year with rail jams, fireworks and a torchlight parade. 4:30 pm. Copper Mountain Resort, 209 10 Mile Circle, Frisco, 970-968-2318.

New Year’s Eve Torchlight Celebration — Make your way to Butte 66 for live music, drink specials, fireworks and a torchlight parade. 6:30 p.m. Crested Butte Mountain Resort, 500 Gothic Road, Crested Butte, 800-444-9236.

New Year’s Eve Family Bash! — A familyfriendly New Year’s Eve celebration, Beaver Creek’s festivities start with fireworks. 6:45 p.m. Beaver Creek Resort, 29 Avondale Lane, Avon, 970-754-4636.

New Year’s Eve Torchlight Parade — Join Telluride Ski Resort for a favorite tradition among locals and visitors alike. 6 p.m. Mountain Village, 565 Mountain Village Blvd., Telluride, 866-754-8355.

New Year’s Eve in the Mountains — Join us for an evening full of activities and events including a Torch Light Parade on Dercum Mountain. 9 a.m. Keystone Mountain Resort, 100 Dercum Square, Keystone, 970-423-8997.

New Year’s Eve Festivities — Durango loves a party and they have a great one on New Year’s Eve at the mountain. Purgatory Resort, 1 Skier Place, Durango, 970-247-9000.

Torchlight Parade and Fireworks — Enjoy illuminated festivities as you celebrate New Year’s Eve. 4 p.m. Monarch Mountain, 23715 U.S. HIghway 50, Monarch, 719-530-5000.

New Year’s Eve Celebration — Festivities include a torchlight parade and fireworks on the deck. Powderhorn Mountain Resort, 48338 Powderhorn Road, Mesa, 970-268-5700.

New Year’s Eve Party — Join a glow stick walking parade, cheer for a torchlight procession and then bask in a fireworks display. 6 p.m. Granby Ranch, 1000 Village Road, Granby, 888-850-4615.

New Year’s Eve Dinner Train — There are few better ways to enjoy New Year’s Eve than with a three-course, award-winning meal aboard a train. Santa Fe Depot, 330 Royal Gorge Blvd., Canon City, 719-276-4000.

Adaman Fireworks — Mountaineers ascend Pikes Peak to light five fireworks in honor of the original Adaman mountaineers. Midnight. View from Downtown, Manitou Springs, 719-377-1771.

New Year’s Eve at the Kauffman House — Enjoy treats and tour the historic house while you await fireworks over Grand Lake. 10 p.m. Kauffman House, 407 Pitkin St., Grand Lake, 970-627-9644.

New Year’s Masquerade Ball — The evening includes dinner, a champagne toast, a midnight waltz and much more. Pagosa Springs Center for the Arts, 2313 Eagle Drive, Pagosa Springs, 970-731-7469.

First Night Fort Collins — A diverse array of entertainment including performing arts, storytelling, comedy, magic, street performers and fireworks. 5 p.m. Various locations, Old Town, Fort Collins, 970-484-6500.

New Year’s Eve Bash — Ring in 2016 with the one you love in an unforgettable night of jazz classics and romantic Broadway hits by the Colorado Springs Philharmonic. 7:30 p.m. Pikes Peak Center, 190 S. Cascade Ave., 719-520- 7469.

FRIDAY, JANUARY 1 

New Year’s Day 5K — Start your New Year’s resolutions right with this fun 5K race. 10 a.m. Salida Scout Hut, Riverside Park, 210 E. Sackett St., Salida, 719-539-5703.

SUNDAY, JANUARY 4 

Snowshoe Adventure Race Series — Courses for first-time snowshoers, world class snowshoe athletes and everyone in between. Beaver Creek Resort, 29 Avondale Lane, Avon, 970-754-4636. Through March 29.

The MusicFest — The best of Southwestern Americana plays at this weeklong music festival. Various Locations, Steamboat Springs, 512-295-8447. Through Jan. 9.

MONDAY, JANUARY 5 

Full Moon Party — Hike uphill to drink beer and eat chili under the full moon. Crested Butte Mountain Resort, 500 Gothic Road, Crested Butte, 800-444-9236.

THURSDAY, JANUARY 7 

Murderers — A killer comedy! Breckenridge Backstage Theater, Colorado Mountain College, 107 Denison Placer Road, Breckenridge, 970- 453-0199. Through Feb. 6.

FRIDAY, JANUARY 8 

Kicker Arenacross Freestyle Motocross — Kicker Arenacross is the nation’s top indoor motorcycle race series. 7:30 p.m. Budweiser Events Center, 5290 Arena Circle, Loveland, 970-619-4100.

Ring of Fire — This Broadway show delivers a heartfelt musical tribute to Johnny Cash. Midtown Arts Center, 3750 S. Mason St., Fort Collins, 970-225-2555. Through March 25.

Town Challenge — Ride or watch a fun slalom race geared toward all ages. Monarch Mountain, 23715 U.S. HIghway 50, Monarch, 719-530-5000. Fridays through Feb. 26.

SATURDAY, JANUARY 9 

Outside Mullingar — Irish lass Rosemary nurses a childhood grudge against her slow and socially awkward neighbor Anthony in this Tonynominated play. 8 p.m. Lincoln Center Magnolia

Theater, 417 W. Magnolia St., Fort Collins, 970- 221-6730. Through Feb. 6.

Telluride TV Video Awards — Winning films created by local filmmakers are announced and shown on the big screen. 7 p.m. Sheridan Opera House, 110 N. Oak St., Telluride, 970- 728-6363.

TUESDAY, JANUARY 12 

Winter Words — A chance to meet Juan Felipe Herrera. 6 p.m. Paepcke Auditorium, 1000 N. Third St., Aspen, 562-225-5636.

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13 

The Peking Acrobats — Called a modern-day kaleidoscope of entertainment and wonder, the Peking Acrobats defy the laws of gravity and leave audiences spellbound. 7 p.m. Community Concert Hall, 1000 Rim Road, Durango, 970- 247-7657.

Ullr Fest — Celebrate the Norse god of snow with a weeklong celebration. Breckenridge Ski Resort, 1599 Ski Hill Road, Breckenridge, 970- 453-5000. Through Jan. 16.

THURSDAY, JANUARY 14 

Ouray Ice Festival — The 21st annual festival highlights women in ice climbing in addition to its extreme competitions. Ouray Ice Park, County Road 361, Uncompaghre Gorge, Ouray, 970-325-4288. Through Jan. 16.

Wintersköl — Aspen invites you to drop in and toast to winter with four days of events and activities. Downtown Aspen, 970-920-7143. Through Jan. 17.

Telluride Fire Festival — Watch flames flicker and burn in this celebration of light and motion. Telluride, 565 Mountain Village Blvd., Telluride, 970-708-1059. Through Jan. 19.

FRIDAY, JANUARY 15 

I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change — A celebration of contemporary courtship. Midtown Arts Center, 3750 S. Mason St., Fort Collins, 970-225-2555. Through March 4.

SATURDAY, JANUARY 16 

Winterfest! — All of Purgatory Resort’s awesome winter activities, packed into one fantastic weekend. Purgatory Resort, 1 Skier Place, Durango, 970-247-9000.

Estes Park Winter Festival — Join visitors and locals alike in reveling in the winter season. Estes Park Events Complex, 1125 Rooftop Way, Estes Park, 970-586-6104. Through Jan. 17.

Dynafit Heathen Race — The COSMIC Race series brings its ski mountaineering series to Sunlight. Sunlight Mountain Resort, 10901 County Road 117, Glenwood Springs, 970-945- 7491.

SUNDAY, JANUARY 17 

Hot Spots: America’s Volcanic Legacy — This film by Gray Warriner explores the geologic hot spots throughout the country. 2 p.m. Union Colony Civic Center, 701 10th Ave., Greeley, 970-356-5000.

Aspen Gay Ski Week — This week-long festival — the longest running gay ski week in America — serves up seven nights of festivities. Various venues, Aspen Mountain, 601 E.

Dean St., Aspen, 866-564-8398. Through Jan. 24.

MONDAY, JANUARY 18 

Cowboy Downhill — Nothing says Steamboat like cowboys on skis. 12 p.m. Steamboat Ski and Resort, 2305 Mt. Werner Circle, Steamboat Springs, 970-879-6111.

IFSA Jr. Big Mountain Regionals — Watch a big mountain competition on the East Ridge. Sunlight Mountain Resort, 10901 County Road 117, Glenwood Springs, 970-945-7491.

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20 

Skadi Fest — Gather your girlfriends and join in on female specific ski demos, customized lessons and events. Vail Resort, Vail, 970-754- 8245. Through Jan. 22.

THURSDAY, JANUARY 21 

Beaver Creek Winter Culinary Weekend — Interactive cooking demonstrations, innovative wine and spirits events, gourmet wine pairing dinners and endless hours of phenomenal skiing. Beaver Creek Resort, 29 Avondale Lane, Avon, 970-754-4636. Through Jan. 24.

FRIDAY, JANUARY 22 

Kevin Nealon and Norm Macdonald — Two Saturday Night Live alums deliver one unforgettable night of stand-up. 7:30 p.m. Lincoln Center Performance Hall, 417 W. Magnolia St., Fort Collins, 970-221-6730.

9280 Pond Hockey Tournament — The nation’s premier all-ages outdoor hockey tournament. Keystone Lake, Lakeside Village, Keystone Resort, 22101 U.S. Highway 6, Keystone, 303-964-0929. Through Jan. 24.

35th Annual Telluride Women’s Week — From skiing and snowboarding to pampering, come and celebrate the finer things in life. Telluride, 565 Mountain Village Blvd., Telluride, 866-754-8355. Through Jan. 24.

SATURDAY, JANUARY 23 

WinterBike — Competitors will ride into the night for this cross-country race slipping, sliding and riding on the mountain. Copper Mountain Resort, 209 10 Mile Circle, Frisco, 970-968- 2318. Through Jan. 24.

North Routt Winter Festival — Ice fishing, ladies retreats, Nordic races, skin and skis and more. Steamboat Lake Area, 26900 Eagle Lane Clark, Steamboat Springs, 970-879-0880. Through Jan. 24.

The Divine Incline — The COSMIC Race Series presents its ski mountaineering series to Powderhorn. 6 a.m. Powderhorn Mountain Resort, 48338 Powderhorn Road, Mesa, 970- 268-5700.

Pagosa Paw Dogsled Races — Watch or join the Colorado Mountain Mushers in a dogsled race or try to keep up on your Nordic skis. 8:30 a.m. Pagosa Springs, 970-2649358. Through Jan. 24.

TUESDAY, JANUARY 26 

The Producers — This Broadway classic tells the story of the ultimate scam. 7:30 p.m. Pikes Peak Center for the Performing Arts, 190 S. Cascade Ave., Colorado Springs, 719-575- 9632. Through Jan. 27.

Budweiser International Snow Sculpture Championships — Discover the process of snow sculpting and marvel at fantastical icy creations. Breckenridge Ski Resort, 1599 Ski Hill Road, Breckenridge, 970-453-5000. Through Jan. 30.

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 27 

Fat Bike Worlds — The first ever Fat Bike World Championships. 8 a.m. Various locations, Crested Butte, 855-681-0941. Through Jan 31.

Snowdown Winter Festival — The 38th annual event, featuring a Steampunk theme for 2015. Purgatory Resort, 1 Skier Place, Durango, 970-247-9000. Through Jan. 31.

THURSDAY, JANUARY 28

X Games Aspen — Celebrating its 15th year in Aspen Snowmass, it’s the premier winter action sports competition. Aspen Mountain, 601 E. Dean St., Aspen, 970-923-1227.

Brian Regan — A cornerstone of comedy, you don’t want to miss this show. 7:30 p.m. Avalon Theater, 645 Main St., Grand Junction, 970-263-5700.

FRIDAY, JANUARY 29 

Alamosa Ice Fest and Rio Frio 5K — Festivities include a scavenger hunt, faux snowman building contest, and a fire & ice bonfire party. Downtown Main St., Alamosa, 719-589-6955.

Alice In Wonderland — Go down the rabbit hole with the Theater Project. 7 p.m. Grand Junction High School Auditorium, 1400 N. Fifth St., Grand Junction, 970-261-5363. Through Jan. 30.

SheRide Snowboard Camp — Get your shred on at this ladies-only snowboarding camp. Purgatory Resort, 1 Skier Place, Durango, 970-247-9000. Through Jan. 31.

Taikoza — The masterful Japanese Taiko Drummers are in town for one amazing evening of mind-blowing drumming. 2 p.m. and 6 p.m. Lincoln Center Performance Hall, 417 W. Magnolia St., Fort Collins, 970-221-6730.

Mary Jane’s Birthday Bash — Celebrate Mary Jane as the mogul playground turns 40. Winter Park Resort, 85 Parsen Road, Winter Park, 970-726-1564.

A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum — The SAF Young People’s Theater presents its annual high school production. 6 p.m. Sheridan Opera House, 110 N. Oak St., Telluride, 970-728-6363. Through Jan. 31.

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 3 

Winter Carnival — Enjoy adults on shovels being pulled down Main Street behind horses and skiers jumping through fiery hoops. 5:30 p.m. Various locations, Steamboat Springs, 970-879-0880. Through Feb. 7.

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4 

50th Anniversary Party and Reunion Weekend — Purgatory Resort takes you back to 1965 in celebration of 50 years of wintery memories. Purgatory Resort, 1 Skier Place, Durango, 970- 247-9000. Through Feb. 7.

Spell What? — An outrageous game show benefiting Aspen Youth Center in which local celebrities take the stage to “outwit, outspell and outlast” their fellow competitors. Aspen Youth Center, 861 Maroon Creek Drive, Aspen, 970-544-4130.

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6 

CarniVail — Vail gets hit with a spicy taste of Mardi Gras New Orleans-style fun. Vail Resort, Vail, 970-754-8245. Through Jan. 22. Through Feb. 9.

14th Annual Beacon Bowl and Après Party — A beacon search competition, avalanche dog and beacon demonstrations, and an après party — all to benefit the Colorado Avalanche Information Center. 8 a.m. Arapahoe Basin Ski Area, 28194 U.S. Highway 6, Keystone, 970- 468-0718.

Mumbo Jumbo Gumbo Cook-off — Experience Mardi-Gras and Cajun cuisine in the 23rd annual cook-off. 11 a.m. Soda Springs Park, Manitou Springs, 719-685-5089.

Ski Spree — Fireworks, chili cookoff, rail jams and more. Sunlight Mountain Resort, 10901 County Road 117, Glenwood Springs, 970- 945-7491. Through Feb. 7.

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 7 

Super Bowl Race — Unleash your inner competitor before watching the big game. 9:30 a.m. Wolf Creek Ski Area, 3821 U.S. Route 160, Pagosa Springs, 970-264-5639.

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 8 

Taste of the Grand Valley — Join restaurants from around the area as you explore your palette to the fullest. 4 p.m. Two Rivers Convention Center, 159 Main St., Grand Junction, 970-244-1480.

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 9 

Golden Dragon Acrobats — With visual and technical innovations presented beautifully by centuries-old Chinese acrobatics, this production represents the best of this athletic art form. 7:30 p.m. Lincoln Center Performance Hall, 417 W. Magnolia St., Fort Collins, 970-221-6730.

Keystone Mardi Gras Party — Taste some delicious gumbo while you get your groove on to live music. 2:30 p.m. Keystone Mountain Resort, 164 Ida Bella Drive, Keystone, 800-919-0038.

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10 

Tap Factory — A spirited, rhythm-based theater show that showcases urban tap dance with percussion, hip-hop, comedy and acrobatics. 7 p.m. Community Concert Hall, 1000 Rim Road, Durango, 970-247-7657.

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11 

Clarence Darrow — A one-man play about the courtroom giant and civil rights hero. Breckenridge Backstage Theater, Old County Courthouse, 208 E. Lincoln Ave., Breckenridge, 970-453-0199. Through Feb. 27.

The 17th Annual Telluride Comedy Fest — This festival is a world class event with a grassroots feel. 8 p.m. Sheridan Opera House, 110 N. Oak St., Telluride, 970-728- 6363. Through Feb. 14.

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12 

Insane Winter Blast — Music, activities and games, followed by night skiing. Granby Ranch, 1000 Village Road, Granby, 888-850-4615.

Winterfest Weekend — This annual festival showcases winter fun in Pagosa. Various locations, Pagosa Springs, 800-252-2204. Through Feb. 14.

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13 

Sweet Heart 5K/10K & Health Expo — Get your blood pumping and make sure you live a long, healthy life. 10 a.m. Fruita Community Center, 324 N. Couson St., Manitou, 970-858- 0360.

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 14 

25th Annual Mountaintop Matrimony — A mass wedding ceremony at 12,050 feet. Loveland Ski Area, Exit 216, I-70, Georgetown, 800-736-3754.

Valentine’s Day Torchlight Parade — Watch a spectacular on-snow parade down the mountain, lit only by torches with a fireworks finish. 5:20 p.m. Steamboat Ski and Resort, 2305 Mt. Werner Circle, Steamboat Springs, 970-879-6111.

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17 

BODYTRAFFIC — Don’t miss this internationally recognized dance group performing commissioned work by many of today’s top choreographers. 7:30 p.m. Lincoln Center Performance Hall, 417 W. Magnolia St., Fort Collins, 970-221-6730.

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19 

Hooking Up with the Second City — This gaspingly funny revue is a modern mix of romance, rancor and everything in between. 7:30 p.m. Lincoln Center Performance Hall, 417 W. Magnolia St., Fort Collins, 970-221-6730.

10th Mountain Division Day Ski-In — Honor the men of the 10th Mountain Division to thank them for their service. Ski Cooper, 232 County Road 29, Leadville, 800-707-6114.

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20 

Copper Uncorked — Food. Wine. Snow. Singles ready to mingle, couples wanting to cuddle and plenty of wine for everyone. Copper Mountain Resort, 209 10 Mile Circle, Frisco, 970-968-2318.

Telluride Gay Ski Week — Telluride Gay Ski Week is a community event where the LGBT community, Town of Telluride and Mountain Village can come together for fun in the mountains. Various locations, Telluride, 844- 479-8355.

Blue Mesa Ice Fishing Tournament — Visit Colorado’s largest body of water and participate in Southwest Colorado’s largest ice fishing event. Tightline Outdoors, Blue Mesa Reservoir, Gunnison, 720-775-7770.

Purgatory Skibike Festival — Got your skibike or want to check one out? Don’t miss the fun at the 24th annual event. Purgatory Resort, 1 Skier Place, Durango, 970-247-9000.

Talons Challenge — Conquer 14 black and double-black runs in this downhill challenge. Beaver Creek Resort, 29 Avondale Lane, Avon, 970-754-4636.

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 22 

Summit County 50+ Games — People 50 years or older get a chance to compete in a series of winter games. Keystone Mountain Resort, 100 Durcum Square, Keystone, 970- 423-8997.

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 24 

USSA U-18 National Championships — The best of the best in Alpine ski racing ages 16 to 18 will be competing for national titles. Copper Mountain Resort, 209 10 Mile Circle, Frisco, 970-968-2318. Through Mar. 5.

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25 

The Mystery of Edwin Drood — An awardwinning, choose-your-own-ending musical.

Moss Performing Arts Center, 1100 N. 12th Ave., Grand Junction, 970-248-1604. Through Mar. 5.

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27 

The New Belgium Mountain Adventure — Don your best costume, chase chickens, search for bigfoot and answer some ridiculous riddles while you ski. 9 a.m. Arapahoe Basin Ski Area, 28194 U.S. Highway 6, Keystone, 970-468-0718.

Audi Power of Four Ski Mountaineering — See all four resorts in Aspen over the course of this day-long race. Aspen/Snowmass, 601 E. Dean St., Aspen, 970-923-1227.

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 29 

Burton U.S. Open — The longest-running snowboarding competition in the world attracts the world’s top competitors. Vail Resort, Vail, 970-754-8245. Through March 5.

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2 

Durango Independent Film Festival — This festival screens global, innovative and diverse films that connect independent filmmakers. Various locations, Durango, 970-375-7779.

THURSDAY, MARCH 3 

Peppa Pig Live! — The U.S. production of this U.K. classic features Peppa, George and all of their friends in an adventure full of songs, games and muddy puddles. 5 p.m. Lincoln Center Performance Hall, 417 W. Magnolia St., Fort Collins, 970-221-6730.

FRIDAY, MARCH 4 

Ski Joring Weekend — Watch as horses pull skiers into amazing feats of daring over jumps and obstacles. Downtown Leadville, 719-486- 2014. Through March 6.

SATURDAY, MARCH 5 

Springtacular! — Spring Break at Purgatory Resort is a non-stop party for the whole family with special activities and live music throughout the week. Purgatory Resort, 1 Skier Place, Durango, 970-247-9000. Through March 13.

The Taste of Crested Butte: Crafted — Featuring Colorado’s best craft brews, spirits and local fare slopeside. 2 p.m. Crested Butte Mountain Resort, 500 Gothic Road, Crested Butte, 800-444-9236.

TUESDAY, MARCH 8 

Peppa Pig Live! – The U.S. production of this U.K. classic features Peppa, George and all of their friends in an adventure full of songs, games and muddy puddles. 6 p.m. Pikes Peak Center for the Performing Arts, 190 S. Cascade Ave., Colorado Springs, 719-575-9632.

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 9 

Defiance Challenge — How many laps can you ski before the lifts close? 8 a.m. Sunlight Mountain Resort, 10901 County Road 117, Glenwood Springs, 970-945-7491.

FRIDAY, MARCH 11 

IFSA Junior Nationals Freeskiing Competition — Junior competitors ages 12-18 will compete in the famed Crested Butte Extreme Limits terrain. 9 a.m. Crested Butte Mountain Resort, 500 Gothic Road, Crested Butte, 800- 444-9236. Through March 13.

Third Annual Telluride Tribute Fest — The Sheridan Arts Foundation presents a week of tributes to some of the greatest bands in rock and roll history. 11 a.m. Sheridan Opera House, 110 N. Oak St., Telluride, 970-728-6363.

SATURDAY, MARCH 12 

SpringFest — Performers of all types will light up the spring-themed stage throughout these four fun filled weeks. Beaver Creek Resort, 29 Avondale Lane, Avon, 970-754-4636. Through April 2.

Spring Fling Race — Join in this fun free race for skiers and boarders. Wolf Creek Ski Area, 3821 U.S. Route 160, Pagosa Springs, 970-264-5639.

SUNDAY, MARCH 13 

Harlem Globetrotters — The iconic Harlem Globetrotters are coming to town with their unrivaled family show, featuring some of the greatest athletes on the planet. 2 p.m. Budweiser Events Center, 5290 Arena Circle, Loveland, 970-619-4100.

FRIDAY, MARCH 18 

Ladies of Laughter — Jane Condon, Dana Eagle and Patty Rosborough — you may not recognize their names, but you’re sure to know their side-splitting hilarity. 7:30 p.m. Union Colony Civic Center, 701 10th Ave., Greeley, 970-356-5000.

SATURDAY, MARCH 19 

Penguin Plunge — Be fearless and make a splash. Noon. Catamount Lake House Grill & Pool, 30215 Water’s Edge Trail, Steamboat Springs, 970-871-0700.

Subaru Winterfest — Celebrate your love of adventure with demos, ski and ride clinics and giveaways. Copper Mountain Resort, 209 10 Mile Circle, Frisco, 970-968-2318.

SUNDAY , MARCH 20 

Ragtime and Early Jazz Festival — Performers will be swingin’ it up for three entertaining days filled with live music, silent film comedies and parties. Strater Hotel, 699 Main Ave., Durango, 800-247-4431. Through March 22.

Al Johnson Telemark Race — Watch or compete as costumed racers head up and down in this wacky tradition. 10 a.m. Crested Butte Mountain Resort, 500 Gothic Road, Crested Butte, 800-444-9236.

TUESDAY, MARCH 22 

Jersey Boys — The award-winning musical will have you tapping your toes. Pikes Peak Center for the Performing Arts, 190 S. Cascade Ave., Colorado Springs, 719-575-9632. Through March 27.

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23 

Burlesque Show — Telluride Theatre presents three amazing nights of burlesque. 9 p.m. Sheridan Opera House, 110 N. Oak St., Telluride, 970-728-6363. Through Aug. 27.

FRIDAY, MARCH 25

The GORE-TEX Grand Traverse — This extraordinary 40-mile backcountry ski race between the towns of Crested Butte and Aspen is a fundraiser for the CB Nordic Council. 11:45 p.m. Butte 66 Deck, Crested Butte Mountain Resort, 500 Gothic Road, Crested Butte, 800-444-9236.

SATURDAY, MARCH 26

Eighth Annual Save Our Snow Celebration — Celebrate the “power to save the power” with the High Country Conservation Center. Arapahoe Basin Ski Area, 28194 U.S. Highway 6, Keystone, 970-468-0718.

Rock the Ranch Beach Bash — Celebrate spring with live music on the patio, outdoor BBQs, and beach parties. Granby Ranch, 1000 Village Road, Granby, 888-850-4615. 

SUNDAY, MARCH 27

Beach’N Egg Hunt — The Easter Bunny returns to hide over 5,000 eggs all over Arapahoe Basin. 10:30 a.m. Arapahoe Basin Ski Area, 28194 U.S. Highway 6, Keystone, 970-468-0718.

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30

Taste of Vail — Enjoy the best Vail has to offer in their ever-evolving food and beverage scene. Vail Resort and Village, Vail, 970-754-8245. Through April 2.  

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