March At The Museum

The month of March was named after the Roman god of war. During the month, winter ends and spring begins. The birthstone for March is the aquamarine. Its zodiac signs are Pisces (February 19 – March 20) and Aries (March 21 – April 19). And the birth month flower is daffodil, which the Telluride Historical Museum is now celebrating – along with other great happenings this month.

Daffodil Days:

DaffodilsOrder your daffodils through March 10!

Support your Museum and the American Cancer Society with an order of daffodils. Details at telluridemuseum.org or call 970.728.8909. Flowers are available for pick-up beginning Tuesday, March 11, at the Museum.

Ski into History Tours:

ski into historyFridays from Jan 3 – Mar 14, 10am – 11:30am. FREE. Tour the slopes with local storyteller Ashley Boling and discover Telluride’s legendary history. Meet at the Peaks Resort – Level B.

Historic Nordic Ski Tour – Trout Lake

2005-01-313aSaturday, March 8, 9:30am – 2:30pm. $45

Join Ashley Boling as he shares the history of Trout Lake’s settlement and prospecting on the old railroad grade Nordic trail at Trout Lake. Gear rental is included and all levels welcome. Meet at the Town Park Nordic Center. Please bring a lunch.

Tickets available at telluridemuseum.org.

After School at the Museum: Wireless Electricity!

Tesla at work

Tesla at work

Wednesday, March 19, 3:30 – 4:15pm. FREE

Come experiment with the wild ideas of wireless electricity and find out how Telluride’s electrifying history weaves its way into the magical world of wireless.

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