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Year-Round
Modern-Day Treasure Hunt: Geocaching

Geocaching is available year-round at Trinidad Lake State Park. Visitors can rent a GPS for a small fee. Trinidad Lake State Park, 32610 Highway 12 (3 miles west of Trinidad on the Scenic Highway of Legends). 719-846-6951, parks.state.co.us/parks/trinidadlake.

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JANUARY

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Jan 1 (Wed) 10am and 11am
First Day Hike
Start off the New Year with an invigorating walk or hike at Trinidad Lake State Park. It's a great way to cure cabin fever and burn off those extra holiday calories. There are three hikes available ranging from rigorous to casual. Refreshments will be served at the end of the hikes (approximately noon). Participants will begin each hike by meeting at the Visitor Center.
Rigorous
Starts at 10am. A difficult to strenuous 30-mile hike on Reilly Canyon Trail will include some hills and descents, along with wildlife viewing opportunities, so bring you camera an binoculars!
Moderate
Starts at 11am. The one-mile Levsa Canyon Trail is a moderately challenging hike as it winds its way through forest and meadow with panoramic views of the lake from the mesa rim. Fifteen interpretive stations along the way share the area's history and specific native plants.
Casual
Starts at 11am. An easy, wheelchair and stroller accessible 3/4-mile walk on the paved Park View Trail. There are 16 interpretive stations exploring the area's history and specific native plants, as well as a large playground. Perfect for the whole family.
Trinidad Lake State Park
32610 Highway 12
719-846-6951

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FEBRUARY

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 Feb 7 (Sat) 6:30pm-10:30pm
Bowling for ArtoCade
The Stanley Cup, Lombardi Trophy, and the America's Cup—all so very yesterday and mainstream! If you're not bowling in the event, come and watch this crazy competition for the coveted trophy. More info: Rodney Wood, artcarfun@hotmail.com.
Trinidad Lanes
823 Van Buren
719-846-7201

Feb 13 (Fri) 7pm
The Dixie Swim Club
Performed by Southern Colorado Repertory Theatre's Resident Company.
Famous Performing Arts Center
131 W. Main St.
719-846-4765
http://scrtheatre.com

Feb 14 (Sat) 7pm
The Dixie Swim Club
Performed by Southern Colorado Repertory Theatre's Resident Company.
Famous Performing Arts Center
131 W. Main St.
719-846-4765
http://scrtheatre.com

Feb 15 (Sun) 2:00pm
The Dixie Swim Club
Performed by Southern Colorado Repertory Theatre's Resident Company.
Famous Performing Arts Center
131 W. Main St.
719-846-4765
http://scrtheatre.com

Feb 20  (Fri) 7pm
The Dixie Swim Club
Performed by Southern Colorado Repertory Theatre's Resident Company.
Famous Performing Arts Center
131 W. Main St.
719-846-4765
http://scrtheatre.com

Feb 21  (Sat) 7pm
The Dixie Swim Club
Performed by Southern Colorado Repertory Theatre's Resident Company.
Famous Performing Arts Center
131 W. Main St.
719-846-4765
http://scrtheatre.com

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MARCH

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March 20–April 23
Opening reception March 20
, 5pm-8pm
There's No Such Thing as an Ordinary Cat
An art show in all media that explores the eccentric world of our feline friends.
Oasis Studios and Galerie Vivante
214-218 E. Main
805-603-6181

March 20 (Fri) 7pm

 I Ought to Be in Pictures
Performed by Southern Colorado  Repertory Theatre's Resident Company.
Famous Performing Arts Center
131 W. Main St.
719-846-4765
http://scrtheatre.com

March 21 (Sat) 7pm

  I Ought to Be in Pictures
Performed by Southern Colorado  Repertory Theatre's Resident Company.
Famous Performing Arts Center
131 W. Main St.
719-846-4765
http://scrtheatre.com

March 22 (Sun) 2pm
I Ought to Be in Pictures
Performed by Southern Colorado  Repertory Theatre's Resident Company.
Famous Performing Arts Center
131 W. Main St.
719-846-4765
http://scrtheatre.co

March 27  (Fri) 7pm                                                                                             

    I Ought to Be in Pictures
Performed by Southern Colorado  Repertory Theatre's Resident Company.
Famous Performing Arts Center
131 W. Main St.
719-846-4765
http://scrtheatre.com

March 28  (Sat) 7pm                                                                                            

      I Ought to Be in Pictures
Performed by Southern Colorado  Repertory Theatre's Resident Company.
Famous Performing Arts Center
131 W. Main St.
719-846-4765
http://scrtheatre.com

March 29 (Sun) 2pm   

   I Ought to Be in Pictures
Performed by Southern Colorado  Repertory Theatre's Resident Company.
Famous Performing Arts Center
131 W. Main St.
719-846-4765
http://scrtheatre.com
http://scrtheatre.com

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APRIL

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April Date TBA (Sat) 5pm-midnight
Annual Peacock Ball
Spring's gala event with dinner, dancing, casino tables, raffles, and a silent auction. Tickets can be purchased at Lucky's Fetching Finds, Big R, or Noah's Ark.
Sebastiani Gym
206 N. Animas
719-846-8578 or 680-2385

April 10–April 25
13th Annual TALAS (Trinidad Area Local Artists) Show

This event celebrates the rich diversity of artists from southern Colorado and northern New Mexico.
Corazon Gallery
149 E. Main St.
719-846-0207

Apr 17  (Fri) 7pm
A Midsummer Night's Dream

                                                                                                                                                                                   Performed by Southern Colorado Repertory Theatre's Resident Company.
Famous Performing Arts Center
131 W. Main St.
719-846-4765
http://scrtheatre.com

Apr 18 (Sat) 7pm
A Midsummer Night's Dream
Performed by Southern Colorado Repertory Theatre's Resident Company.
Famous Performing Arts Center
131 W. Main St.
719-846-4765
http://scrtheatre.com

Apr 19 (Sun) 2pm
A Midsummer Night's Dream
Performed by Southern Colorado Repertory Theatre's Resident Company.
Famous Performing Arts Center
131 W. Main St.
719-846-4765
http://scrtheatre.com

Apr 24 (Fri)  7pm
A Midsummer Night's Dream
Performed by Southern Colorado Repertory Theatre's Resident Company.
Famous Performing Arts Center
131 W. Main St.
719-846-4765
http://scrtheatre.com

Apr 25  (Sat)  7pm
A Midsummer Night's Dream
Performed by Southern Colorado Repertory Theatre's Resident Company.
Famous Performing Arts Center
131 W. Main St.
719-846-4765
http://scrtheatre.com

Apr 26 (Sun)  2pm
A Midsummer Night's Dream
Performed by Southern Colorado Repertory Theatre's Resident Company.
Famous Performing Arts Center
131 W. Main St.
719-846-4765
http://scrtheatre.com

MAY

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May 1 (Fri) 7pm
A Hotel On Marvin Gardens by Nagle Jackson
A performance by Southern Colorado Repertory Theatre's Resident Company
Famous Performing Arts Center
131 W. Main St.
719-846-4765
http://scrtheatre.com

May 2 (Sat) 7pm
A Hotel On Marvin Gardens by Nagle Jackson
A performance by Southern Colorado Repertory Theatre's Resident Company
Famous Performing Arts Center
131 W. Main St.
719-846-4765
http://scrtheatre.com

May 3 (Sun) 2pm
A Hotel On Marvin Gardens by Nagle Jackson
A performance by Southern Colorado Repertory Theatre's Resident Company
Famous Performing Arts Center
131 W. Main St.
719-846-4765
http://scrtheatre.com

May 8 (Fri) 7pm
A Hotel On Marvin Gardens by Nagle Jackson
A performance by Southern Colorado Repertory Theatre's Resident Company.
Famous Performing Arts Center
131 W. Main St.
719-846-4765
http://scrtheatre.com

May 9 (Sat) 7pm
A Hotel On Marvin Gardens by Nagle Jackson
A performance by Southern Colorado Repertory Theatre's Resident Company
Famous Performing Arts Center
131 W. Main St.
719-846-4765
http://scrtheatre.com


May 10  (Sun) 2pm
A Hotel On Marvin Gardens by Nagle Jackson
A performance by Southern Colorado Repertory Theatre's Resident Company.
Famous Performing Arts Center
131 W. Main St.
719-846-4765
http://scrtheatre.com

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May 16–Sept 14
Monument Lake Resort Seasonal Fishing Contest

Largest fish by weight caught during the 2015 summer season will receive a 2-night stay for 2 in the lodge (holidays excluded). Fish must be brought to the Store by the Shore in a fresh-caught state the day of catch to be weighed and photographed.
Monument Lake Resort
4789 Highway 12
719-868-2226
monumentlakeresort.com

May 16 (Fri) 8pm
Ranger Campfire Talk
Join the park ranger for a fun and educational experience around the fire ring at the park’s amphitheater. Rangers will help orient you to the park, locate hiking trails, give fishing reports, report on recent wildlife sightings, and inform about the events and activities scheduled for the park.
Trinidad Lake State Park
32610 Highway 12
719-846-6951

May 23 (Fri) 8pm
Ranger Campfire Talk
Join the park ranger for a fun and educational experience around the fire ring at the park’s amphitheater. Rangers will help orient you to the park, locate hiking trails, give fishing reports, report on recent wildlife sightings, and inform about the events and activities scheduled for the park. Bring your own marshmallows or share some of ours. All vehicles must have a park pass.
Trinidad Lake State Park
32610 Highway 12
719-846-6951

May 29 (Fri) 5pm-8pm
Last Friday Art Trek
Come downtown for an evening of music & art, food & fun. Shops and restaurants have open doors, and street performers create a festive atmosphere for all special gallery exhibits.

May 30 (Fri) 8pm
Ranger Campfire Talk
Join the park ranger for a fun and educational experience around the fire ring at the park’s amphitheater. Rangers will help orient you to the park, locate hiking trails, give fishing reports, report on recent wildlife sightings, and inform about the events and activities scheduled for the park. Bring your own marshmallows or share some of ours. All vehicles must have a park pass.
Trinidad Lake State Park
32610 Highway 12
719-846-6951

May 30
A.R. Mitchell Museum Opening
Exciting changes this year! The museum will be open seven days a week—Sun-Wed 10am-6pm and Thurs-Sat noon-8pm. New displays in both the museum and gift shop & gallery including a retrospective of Mitchell's work with pieces that have not been seen in years.
A.R. Mitchell Museum
150 E. Main St.
719-846-4224
armitchellmuseum.com

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Farmers Market opens on June 11 at Cimino Park. Thereafter, every Saturday, 8am-noon, until mid-October. A bounty of fresh produce, locally made cheeses, meat with no hormones or antibiotics, and camaraderie & crafts. 

May 16–Sept 14
Monument Lake Resort Seasonal Fishing Contest

Largest fish by weight caught during the 2015 summer season will receive a 2-night stay for 2 in the lodge (holidays excluded). Fish must be brought to the Store by the Shore in a fresh-caught state the day of catch to be weighed and photographed.
Monument Lake Resort
4789 Highway 12
719-868-2226
monumentlakeresort.com

June 6 (Sat) 7am-5pm
18th Annual Stonewall Fire Auxiliary Fishing Tournament
No fishing license required for this fine day at Monument Lake Resort. Registration 7am. Orientation 8am. Fishing 9am–3pm. Awards 4pm. Forms for early mail-in registration are available on www.stonewallfire.us. Call 719-868-2249 for more information.
Monument Lake Resort
4789 Highway 12
719-868-2226
monumentlakeresort.com

June 13 (Sat) 8am-5pm
Sixth Annual Fantasy Kruzers Car and Bike Club Show
Twelve categories from street rod to muscle cars to motorcycles and trikes.
Registration 8am-11am.
Show 11am-5pm.
Awards 5pm.
Downtown Trinidad at Brix Sports Bar & Grill
719-680-0179, 719-859-1222, 719-859-229

June 21 (Sun) 8am
Father's Day Classic Golf Tournament
Trinidad Municipal Golf Course
1417 Nolan Drive
719-846-4015
trinidadproshop@gmail.com
trinidadgolfcourse.com

June 11-24 (Thurs-Sun)
Family Fun Days
Four days of fun. Carnival rides, food and crafts vendors, pony rides, 3 bands, an obstacle course. Lots of activities for the whole family.
Thurs 6pm-10pm, Fri 6pm-11pm, Sat 1pm-11pm, Sun 1pm-10pm.
Free admission.
Las Animas County Fairgrounds
More info: 719-680-4677

June 19  (Fri) 7:30pm
The Music Man by Meredith Willson
performed by Southern Colorado Repertory Theatre in its "Classic Summer" professional season.
Famous Performing Arts Center
131 W. Main St.
719-846-4765
http://scrtheatre.com

June 11 (Sat) 8am-noon
Farmers Market Opens
The Farmers Market opens today at Cimino Park with a bounty of fresh produce, locally made cheeses, meat with no hormones or antibiotics, and camaraderie & crafts.

June 20  (Sat) 2:30pm and 7:30pm
The Music Man by Meredith Willson
 performed by Southern Colorado Repertory Theatre in its "Classic Summer" professional season.
Famous Performing Arts Center
131 W. Main St.
719-846-4765
http://scrtheatre.com

June 22 (Sun) 6pm
Ranger Hike
Join a park ranger to walk the Levsa Canyon Trail. On this leisurely 90-minute hike, we explore the wonders of the pinion-juniper woodland ecosystem, some local history, and the beginnings of Trinidad Lake. All ages are welcome, but children 10 and under must be accompanied by an adult. Wear properly fitting hiking shoes. Pets are accepted but discouraged because they can discourage wildlife sightings. Meet at the Visitor Center to begin the adventure. All events at the park are free with a vehicle park pass.
Trinidad Lake State Park
32610 Highway 12
719-846-6951

June 26 (Fri) 5pm-8pm
Last Friday Art Trek
Come downtown for an evening of music & art, food & fun. Shops and restaurants have open doors, and street performers create a festive atmosphere for all special gallery exhibits.

June 26 (Fri) 7:30pm
The Music Man by Meredith Willson
performed by Southern Colorado Repertory Theatre in its "Classic Summer" professional season.
Famous Performing Arts Center
131 W. Main St.
719-846-4765
http://scrtheatre.com

June 27 (Fri) 8pm
Ranger Campfire Talk
Join a park ranger for a fun and educational experience around the fire ring at the park’s amphitheater. The ranger will help orient you to the park, locate hiking trails, give fishing reports, report on recent wildlife sightings, and inform about the events and activities scheduled for the park. Bring your own marshmallows or share some of ours. All events at the park are free with a vehicle park pass.
Trinidad Lake State Park
32610 Highway 12
719-846-6951

June 27 (Sat) 2:30 and 7:30pm
The Music Man by Meredith Willson
 performed by Southern Colorado Repertory Theatre in its "Classic Summer" professional season.
Famous Performing Arts Center
131 W. Main St.
719-846-4765
http://scrtheatre.com

June 28 (Sun) 2:30pm
The Music Man by Meredith
performed by Southern Colorado Repertory Theatre in its "Classic Summer" professional season.
Famous Performing Arts Center
131 W. Main St.
719-846-4765
http://scrtheatre.com

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Farmers Market every Saturday, 8am-noon, at Cimino Park.
A bounty of fresh produce, locally made cheeses, meat with no hormones or antibiotics, and camaraderie & crafts. Through mid-October. 

May 16–Sept 14
Monument Lake Resort Seasonal Fishing Contest

Largest fish by weight caught during the 2015 summer season will receive a 2-night stay for 2 in the lodge (holidays excluded). Fish must be brought to the Store by the Shore in a fresh-caught state the day of catch to be weighed and photographed.
Monument Lake Resort
4789 Highway 12
719-868-2226
monumentlakeresort.com

July 5 (Sat) 2:30pm
A Flea In Her Ear by Georges Feydeau
Performed by Southern Colorado Repertory Theatre in its "Classic Summer" professional season.
Famous Performing Arts Center
131 W. Main St.
719-846-4765
http://scrtheatre.com

July 10 (Fri) 7:30pm
A Flea In Her Ear by Georges Feydeau
Performed by Southern Colorado Repertory Theatre in its "Classic Summer" professional season.
Famous Performing Arts Center
131 W. Main St.
719-846-4765
http://scrtheatre.com

July 11 (Sat) 2:30pm
A Flea In Her Ear by Georges Feydeau
Performed by Southern Colorado Repertory Theatre in its "Classic Summer" professional season.
Famous Performing Arts Center
131 W. Main St.
719-846-4765
http://scrtheatre.com

July 11 (Sat) 2:30 and 7:30pm
A Flea In Her Ear by Georges Feydeau
Performed by Southern Colorado Repertory Theatre in its "Classic Summer" professional season.
Famous Performing Arts Center
131 W. Main St.
719-846-4765
http://scrtheatre.com

July 12 (Sun) 2:30pm
The Music Man by Meredith Willson
performed by Southern Colorado Repertory Theatre in its "Classic Summer" professional season.
Famous Performing Arts Center
131 W. Main St.
719-846-4765
http://scrtheatre.com

July 18 (Sat), 2:30pm and 7:30pm
Proof by David Auburn
 Performed by Southern Colorado Repertory Theatre in its "Classic Summer" professional season.
Famous Performing Arts Center
131 W. Main St.
719-846-4765
http://scrtheatre.com

July 18 (Sat) 8pm
Ranger Campfire Talk
Join the park ranger for a fun and educational experience around the fire ring at the park’s amphitheater. Rangers help orient you to the park, locate hiking trails, give fishing reports, report on recent wildlife sightings, and inform about the events and activities scheduled for the park. Bring your own marshmallows or share some of ours. All events at the park are free; vehicles must have a park pass.
Trinidad Lake State Park
32610 Highway 12
719-846-6951

July 17, 18, 19
Mt. Carmel Fourth Annual Festival

A family event with food, spirits, arts & crafts, dream actuator theater, cake walk, bake sale and face painting, carnival-type games, old-fashioned stilt party, Euro-bungee, classic car display.

July 18 (Sat) 10am
Annual Quick Draw
Gather on the courthouse lawn to see paintings executed in one hour. Followed by an auction of the paintings in the Mitchell Museum. Great fun, great art, bring the kids.
A.R. Mitchell Museum
150 E. Main
719-846-4224

July 19  (Sun) 2:30pm
Proof by David Auburn
Performed by Southern Colorado Repertory Theatre in its "Classic Summer" professional season.
Famous Performing Arts Center
131 W. Main St.
719-846-4765
http://scrtheatre.com

July 24  (Fri) 7:30pm
The Music Man by Meredith Willson
 Performed by Southern Colorado Repertory Theatre in its "Classic Summer" professional season.
Famous Performing Arts Center
131 W. Main St.
719-846-4765
http://scrtheatre.com

July 25  (Sat) 2:30pm and 7:30pm
A Flea In Her Ear by Georges Feydeau
 Performed by Southern Colorado Repertory Theatre in its "Classic Summer" professional season.
Famous Performing Arts Center
131 W. Main St.
719-846-4765
http://scrtheatre.com

July 31 (Fri) 5pm-8pm
Last Friday Art Trek
Come downtown for an evening of music & art, food & fun. Shops and restaurants have open doors, and street performers create a festive atmosphere for all special gallery exhibits.

July 26 (Sun) 2:30pm
Proof by David Auburn
 performed by Southern Colorado Repertory Theatre in its "Classic Summer" professional season.
Famous Performing Arts Center
131 W. Main St.
719-846-4765
http://scrtheatre.com

July 25 (Fri) 8pm
Ranger Campfire Talk
Join the park ranger for a fun and educational experience around the fire ring at the park’s amphitheater. Rangers help orient you to the park, locate hiking trails, give fishing reports, report on recent wildlife sightings, and inform about the events and activities scheduled for the park. Bring your own marshmallows or share some of ours. All events at the park are free; vehicles must have a park pass.
Trinidad Lake State Park
32610 Highway 12
719-846-6951

July 31 (Fri) 7:30pm
Proof by David Auburn
Performed by Southern Colorado Repertory Theatre in its "Classic Summer" professional season.
Famous Performing Arts Center
131 W. Main St.
719-846-4765
http://scrtheatre.com

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Farmers Market every Saturday, 8am-noon, at Cimino Park.
A bounty of fresh produce, locally made cheeses, meat with no hormones or antibiotics, and camaraderie & crafts. Through mid-October.

May 16–Sept 14
Monument Lake Resort Seasonal Fishing Contest

Largest fish by weight caught during the 2015 summer season will receive a 2-night stay for 2 in the lodge (holidays excluded). Fish must be brought to the Store by the Shore in a fresh-caught state the day of catch to be weighed and photographed.
Monument Lake Resort
4789 Highway 12
719-868-2226
monumentlakeresort.com

Aug TBA
Colorado Days at the Trinidad History Museum

Many special free activities, tours, and programs in celebration of the 138th anniversary of Colorado statehood. Rain or Shine.

Aug 1 (Sat) 2:00pm
Summer Camp Performance at Massari Theatre

Aug 1 (Sat) 7:30pm
The Music Man by Meredith Willson
Performed by Southern Colorado Repertory Theatre in its "Classic Summer" professional season.
Famous Performing Arts Center
131 W. Main St.
719-846-4765
http://scrtheatre.com

Aug 2 (Sat) 7:00pm
Summer Camp Performance at Massari Theatre

Aug 2  (Sunday) 2:30pm
A Flea In Her Ear
 Performed by Southern Colorado Repertory Theatre in its "Classic Summer" professional season.
Famous Performing Arts Center
131 W. Main St.
719-846-4765
http://scrtheatre.com

Aug 7 (Fri) 7:30pm
A Flea In Her Ear by Georges Feydeau
 Performed by Southern Colorado Repertory Theatre in its "Classic Summer" professional season.
Famous Performing Arts Center
131 W. Main St.
719-846-4765
http://scrtheatre.com

Aug 8 (Sat) 2:30pm and 7:30pm
Proof by David Auburn
Performed by Southern Colorado Repertory Theatre in its "Classic Summer" professional season.
Famous Performing Arts Center
131 W. Main St.
719-846-4765
http://scrtheatre.com

Aug 9 (Sun) 2:30pm
The Music Man by Meredith Willson
Performed by Southern Colorado Repertory Theatre in its "Classic Summer" professional season.
Famous Performing Arts Center
131 W. Main St.
719-846-4765
http://scrtheatre.com


SCRT Summer Theatre Camp
Contact Southern Colorado Repertory Theatre for details.
Famous Performing Arts Center
131 W. Main St.
719-846-4765
http://scrtheatre.com

Aug 8 (Fri) 8pm 
Ranger Campfire Talk
Join the park ranger for a fun and educational experience around the fire ring at the park’s amphitheater. Rangers will help orient you to the park, locate hiking trails, give fishing reports, report on recent wildlife sightings, and inform about the events and activities scheduled for the park. All events at the park are free with a park pass.Trinidad Lake State Park.
32610 Highway 12
719-846-6951 

Aug 7-9
Snap Pea Jamboree Music Festival

A music weekend in the woods with a solar stage featuring Jaquie Gipson, Johnny Watson, Bobbo Cordova, Tallulah Rose, Fly the Coop, All That Jazz, and Planet O. Horse carriage rides, awesome campfire jams, workshops. Paradox Microbrews and wholesome organic food. Be prepared to spend a weekend in the Rocky Mountains and have a great time! Buytickets at earthmountainfarm.org/snap-pea-jamboree-music-festival/

Aug 14 (Fri) 7:30pm
The Music Man by Meredith Willson
 performed by Southern Colorado Repertory Theatre in its "Classic Summer" professional season.
Famous Performing Arts Center
131 W. Main St.
719-846-4765
http://scrtheatre.com

Aug 14 (Fri) 8pm
Ranger Campfire Talk
Join the park ranger for a fun and educational experience around the fire ring at the park’s amphitheater. Rangers will help orient you to the park, locate hiking trails, give fishing reports, report on recent wildlife sightings and inform about the events and activities scheduled for the park. Bring your own marshmallows or share some of ours. All events at the park are free with a park pass.
Trinidad Lake State Park
32610 Highway 12
719-846-6951 

Aug 15 (Sat) 2:30pm and 7:30pm
A Flea In Her Ear by Georges Feydeau
 Performed by Southern Colorado Repertory Theatre in its "Classic Summer" professional season.
Famous Performing Arts Center
131 W. Main St.
719-846-4765
http://scrtheatre.com

Aug 16 (Sun) 2:30pm
Proof by David Auburn
Performed by Southern Colorado Repertory Theatre in its "Classic Summer" professional season.
Famous Performing Arts Center
131 W. Main St.
719-846-4765
http://scrtheatre.com

Aug 21 (Fri) 7:30pm
Proof by David Auburn
Performed by Southern Colorado Repertory Theatre in its "Classic Summer" professional season.
Famous Performing Arts Center
131 W. Main St.
719-846-4765
http://scrtheatre.com

Aug 22 (Sat) 2:30pm and 7:30pm
The Music Man by Meredith Willson
 performed by Southern Colorado Repertory Theatre in its "Classic Summer" professional season.
Famous Performing Arts Center
131 W. Main St.
719-846-4765
http://scrtheatre.com

Aug 22 (Fri) 8pm
Ranger Campfire Talk
Join the park ranger for a fun and educational experience around the fire ring at the park’s amphitheater. Rangers will help orient you to the park, locate hiking trails, give fishing reports, report on recent wildlife sightings, and inform about the events and activities scheduled for the park. Bring your own marshmallows or share some of ours. All events at the park are free with a park pass.
Trinidad Lake State Park
32610 Highway 12
719-846-6951

Aug 23 (Sun) 2:30pm
A Flea In Her Ear by Georges Feydeau
 Performed by Southern Colorado Repertory Theatre in its "Classic Summer" professional season.
Famous Performing Arts Center
131 W. Main St.
719-846-4765
http://scrtheatre.com

Aug 28 (Fri) 7:30pm
A Flea In Her Ear by Georges Feydeau
 Performed by Southern Colorado Repertory Theatre in its "Classic Summer" professional season.
Famous Performing Arts Center
131 W. Main St.
719-846-4765
http://scrtheatre.com

Aug 28 (Fri) 5pm-8pm
Last Friday Art Trek
Come downtown for an evening of music & art, food & fun. Shops and restaurants have open doors, and street performers create a festive atmosphere for all special gallery exhibits.

Aug 29  (Sat) 2:30pm and 7:30pm
Proof by David Auburn
Performed by Southern Colorado Repertory Theatre in its "Classic Summer" professional season.
Famous Performing Arts Center
131 W. Main St.
719-846-4765
http://scrtheatre.com

Aug 30 (Sun) 2:30pm
A Flea In Her Ear by George Feydeau
 Performed by Southern Colorado Repertory Theatre in its "Classic Summer" professional season.
Famous Performing Arts Center
131 W. Main St.
719-846-4765
http://scrtheatre.com

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SEPTEMBER

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Farmers Market every Saturday, 8am-noon, at Cimino Park.
A bounty of fresh produce, locally made cheeses, meat with no hormones or antibiotics, and camaraderie & crafts. Through mid-October.

May 16–Sept 14
Monument Lake Resort Seasonal Fishing Contest

Largest fish by weight caught during the 2015 summer season will receive a 2-night stay for 2 in the lodge (holidays excluded). Fish must be brought to the Store by the Shore in a fresh-caught state the day of catch to be weighed and photographed.
Monument Lake Resort
4789 Highway 12
719-868-2226
monumentlakeresort.com

Sept 6-7(Sun-Mon)
105th Annual Labor Day Rodeo & Festivities
On Sat, Sept. 5: Community Flea Market at Las Animas County Fairgrounds begins at 8am. Cheerleading contest at 11am in Roundup Park. Dance at JuJo's, 8pm-12am.
Sun & Mon Sept 6 & 7: Two-day rodeo with performances 1:30pm. Also the Westernaires, kids nickel scramble, and a stick horse race.
Mon, Sept 7: Labor Day Parade downtown at 9am.
Las Animas County Fairgrounds
719-680-0424
Trinidadroundup@live.com
trinidadroundup.homestead.com

Sept 5-7 (Sat-Mon) All day
Labor Day Golf Tournament
Trinidad Municipal Golf Course
1417 Nolan Drive
719-846-4015
trinidadproshop@gmail.com
trinidadgolfcourse.com

Sept 4  (Fri) 7:30pm
Proof by David Auburn
Performed by Southern Colorado Repertory Theatre in its "Classic Summer" professional season.
Famous Performing Arts Center
131 W. Main St.
719-846-4765
http://scrtheatre.com

Sept 5 (Sat) 2:30pm and 7:30pm
The Music Man by Meredith Willson
 performed by Southern Colorado Repertory Theatre in its "Classic Summer" professional season.
Famous Performing Arts Center
131 W. Main St.
719-846-4765
http://scrtheatre.com

Sept 11,12,13
ArtoCade

A fantasy parade on the 12th of over 75 art cars, the biggest art car event in the West. General mayhem and festivities for three days! For this carvelous affair on the the historic brick streets of Trinidad, see artocade.com.

Sept 11 (Fri) 5pm-8pm
Hubcapalooza
Art on hubcaps as part of this year's ArtoCade and the Vehiculart exhibits.
Galerie Vivante
214 E. Main
719-334-0087

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TrindieFest
Sept 17-20
(Thurs-Sun)
2015 TrinidieFest Film & Speaker Schedule

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Sept 25 (Fri) 5pm-8pm
Last Friday Art Trek
Come downtown for an evening of music & art, food & fun. Shops and restaurants have open doors, and street performers create a festive atmosphere for all special gallery exhibits.

Oct 3-4 (Sat-Sun)
Fall Classic Golf Tournament
Trinidad Municipal Golf Course
1417 Nolan Drive
719-846-4015
trinidadproshop@gmail.com
trinidadgolfcourse.com

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OCTOBER

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Farmers Market every Saturday, 8am-noon, at Cimino Park.
A bounty of fresh produce, locally made cheeses, meat with no hormones or antibiotics, and camaraderie & crafts. Through mid-October.

Oct 24 (Sat) 6pm-12pm
Black and White Ball
The A.R. Mitchell Museum of Western Art proudly presents the 2015 Black and White Western Ball. This annual event features live country western music by Whiskey Creek. Everyone can two-step or line dance the night away to their favorite cowboy hits. An incredible silent auction featuring art, antiques, western memorabilia, collectibles, jewelry much more! The live dessert auction after dinner includes the best homemade desserts from area cooks auctioned off to the highest bidders.Tickets are $35 per person and include appetizers, a fabulous buffet dinner, dessert, coffee and tea. Cash bar. This favorite party is on track to sell out this year, so please get tickets early. Tickets are available at La Quinta Inn & Suites, Cedar Street Printing, and in the Museum gift shop.
A.R. Mitchell Museum
150 E. Main St.
719-846-4224

Oct 31 (Sat) 3pm–5pm
Trick 'R Treat Street
All things spooky and goofy at this family-friendly event. Treats for kids from the merchants.
Downtown Trinidad

Oct 30 (Fri) 5pm-8pm
Last Friday Art Trek
Come downtown for an evening of music & art, food & fun. Shops and restaurants have open doors, and street performers create a festive atmosphere for all special gallery exhibits.

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NOVEMBER

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Nov 24-Dec TBA
Christmas Mercado

Featuring crafts and fine art for holiday gifts on a budget.
Gallery Main
130 E. Main
719-846-1441

Nov TBA (Fri) 5:15pm
Christmas Tree Lighting
City Hall Park
135 N. Animas

Nov TBA (Sat) 6pm
Parade of Lights
Downtown Trinidad
719-680-9878

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DECEMBER

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Dec TBA 5:30pm & 7pm
Hometown Holidays Lighting Tours
Catch the Trinidad Trolley for tours of the holiday lights.
Miners Memorial
Downtown Trinidad

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