Ridgway is one of 26 Certified Colorado Creative Districts and you’ll find creativity on display around every corner.
Peek into galleries and workshops like Kane Scheidegger Fine Art Photography, Mountain Girl Gallery, Art by the Park, Cimarron Art Glass and Timber Creek Gallery. Ridgway is also a key stop on the Colorado Creative Corridor, a fun travel route that connects Ridgway with other creative districts in the region.
Sadly, the COVID-19 pandemic has hit our local arts, music and cultural community very hard. In lieu of tickets to festivals and events this winter, consider a donation to support our creative community.
The Sherbino – affectionately called “The Sherb” or “Ridgway’s living room” by locals – is owned and operated by the Ridgway Chautauqua Society, a nonprofit organization incorporated in 2012 for the purpose of creating a community gathering places at the historic Sherbino Theater and in recent years at the 610 gallery and courtyard. These venues offer high-quality, diverse programming, with learning, creativity and culture at their core. The theater typically hosts more than 150 varied programs each year, engaging local as well as out-of-town talent, to inspire, educate and entertain. Go here to support the Sherbino.
The Ridgway Area Chamber of Commerce promotes business and community development in the Town of Ridgway and the surrounding area. The chamber operates the Visitors Center, which is currently closed until further notice due to COVID-19, and is located at 150 Racecourse Road, Ridgway, Colorado 81432 (across from Citizens Bank off of HWY 62).
P.O. Box 544
Ridgway, Colorado 81432