Saturday, September 29, 2018 | 4 pm | Sheridan Opera House
From its colorful and compelling origins as a base metal producer for the war effort during WWII to its innovative, award-winning reclamation, the Idarado Mine has left its mark on Telluride, Ouray, and the mountains that connect them in countless ways. Yet since shutting down in 1978, the mine has largely faded from the collective consciousness of it's neighboring communities. Come learn more about the fascinating history of the Idarado Mine and its ongoing role in responsible environmental management and historic preservation at a welcome reception followed by a multimedia presentation.
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