Jan
19
6:00 AM06:00

Saturday January 19

Birthdays: BILL SCHEIN, DAVO WHITELAW, JON FISCHER, RANDAL RAUSCH, SAM GREENWOOD, DOLLY PARTON, JUNIOR SEAU, JEAN STAPLETON, DESI ARNAZ JR., ROBERT PALMER, PHIL EVERLY, SHAWN WAYANS, KEN HEIDLAUF, EDGAR ALLEN POE

At the Nugget: 5:30 & 8:15pm  MARY POPPINS RETURNS (2h 10min PG)

 

 

  • Telluride! Here’s your New Years’ Resolution: Get your act together for The KOTO Lip Sync! Friday January 25th, at the Sheridan Opera House. Doors at 8pm, show at 9. To enter an act e-mail Geoff at geoff@koto.org. Tickets for KOTO’s Lip-Sync are available at koto.org! Get yours before this event sells out!

  • The Telluride Farmers Market’s Winter Market will be open today from noon-4pm at 335 West Colorado, (the west wing where elections take place). The market will be open on Fridays through January.

  • The Progressive Women’s Caucus is organizing the third annual Women’s March, today.  Meet at 10:30 am at the Courthouse in Telluride.

  • There will be a Moonlight Progressive Dinner on the Valley Floor, tonight, from 5:30-8pm. Please call Cindy at 708-3786.

  • Telluride Gold Kings perform tonight at the Bean, 6-8:30pm.

  • Don’t miss Graham Nancarrow at the Buck, tonight 9pm

  • The Cottonwood Trio performs at the Liberty tonight, 10pm.

  • CPR World is offering First Aid and CPR/AED training on Wednesday, January 23rd, 5:30-9:30pm at the Telluride Firehouse. Please text or call Kevin at 970-729-2779 for more information.

  • The seventh annual Western Colorado Food and Farm Forum is Jan. 25-26th at the Montrose Pavilion. Farmer Joel Salatin will be the keynote speaker.

  • The Kid’s Cross Country Ski team is raising money for cross-country ski uniforms. The kids are looking for sponsors to donate money for as many kilometers they can ski in a three hour time limit. They will ski laps around town park on Sunday, January 20th, from 10 am until 1 pm. If you would like to donate email nordic@tssc.org and sign up as a sponsor. 

  • The Telluride High School Interact Club Blood Drive will take place Jan. 24th, 11-2pm in the Telluride High School Parking lot. All donors must be 18 years old or older to donate.

  • Cub Scout Pack/ Boy Scout Troop 500 will meet Wednesday, January 23rd, 3:30 p.m. At the Elks Lodge. Contact Janet Kask at 708-1264 for more information.

  • Telluride’s Got Talent is Friday Jan. 25th. Auditions are Tuesday 1/22 and Wednesday 1/23 (must attend one to participate) 3:30 – 6 pm in Ms. Watkins Room (Rm. 106 at Telluride Intermediate School). Open to K-12. At the Palm Theater, Doors open at 5, show starts at 5:30pm. For more information, please contact Ms. Watkins at awatkins@telluride.k12.co.us

  • The Norwood Nordic Association will host some fun winter events this weekend. Today at 6:30 PM, join in a Moonlight ski! Hot cider will be provided. Please BYOM (bring your own mug). Sunday, Jan. 20th at 11am there will be skate skiing clinic.  All levels welcome. This will be followed by a Family friendly Nordic relay at 1pm.  All ages and levels, skate or classic skis welcome. More info at norwoodnordic.com.

  • The Wilkinson Library invites you to view the Super Wolf Blood Moon Eclipse, Sun, Jan 20 at 8:00 pm. Come view this special lunar eclipse through a high-powered telescope with local astronomy enthusiast Ramona Gaylord on the library's upstairs terrace. Appropriate for all ages!

  • Poetica writers will be featured this month as part of the Talking Gourds poetry series. Local poets will perform at the Telluride Arts headquarters Jan. 22nd,  starting at 6 p.m. Theme for this month is Ars Poetica – the name of a poem by the Roman poet Horace and which has come to mean poets writing about the art of poetry.

  • Ouray PARC WinterFest Games will be held at the Rotary Park Ice Rink, today, noon-4pm.

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Jan
20
6:00 AM06:00

Sunday January 20

Birthdays:  GEORGE BURNS, SLIM WHITMAN, MELISSA RIVERS, BARBARA KASBOHM, ELIZABETH BAILEY, GARY WRIGHT, JEN HIER, JILL SPODEK, JON RADEMAKERS,  JUSTIN WATSON, KATHY WAHLSTRAND, KIRK PADDY, LAUREN JOHNSON, SCOTT ALMONEY, TERRY TICE & STEPHANIE DEMSEY,  DOROTHY LUCARELLI, BUZZ ALDRIN

At the Nugget: 5:30 & 8:15pm  MARY POPPINS RETURNS (2h 10min PG)

 

  • Monday, Jan 21st is MLK Day. The Library will be closed all day.

  • The Kid’s Cross Country Ski team is raising money for cross-country ski uniforms. The kids are looking for sponsors to donate money for as many kilometers they can ski in a three hour time limit.  If you would like to donate, email nordic@tssc.org and sign up as a sponsor. Come cheer them on today at town park, 10am-1pm.

  • The seventh annual Western Colorado Food and Farm Forum is Jan. 25-26th at the Montrose Pavilion. Farmer Joel Salatin will be the keynote speaker.

  • The Wilkinson Library’s first Community Science Fair is Sat. Jan. 26th 5-7PM. All ages are welcome to participate! Visit www.telluridelibrary.org for more information on the guidelines and how to apply. 

  • Papadosio performs tonight at the Sheridan, 8pm.

  • Soul Atomic will perform at the Liberty tonight, 10pm.

  • Second City Presents “It’s Not You, It’s Me” at the Palm Theater. Wednesday, January 23rd at 6:30pm. More info and tickets available at telluridepalm.com or call (970)369-5674.

  • Cub Scout Pack/ Boy Scout Troop 500 will meet Wednesday, January 23rd, 3:30 p.m. At the Elks Lodge. Contact Janet Kask at 708-1264 for more information.

  • Join Susie Meade tomorrow at the Ah Haa School, 8:45-9:45 am for Qi Gong.

  • Telluride’s Got Talent is Friday Jan. 25th. Auditions are Tuesday 1/22 and Wednesday 1/23 (must attend one to participate) 3:30 – 6 pm in Ms. Watkins Room (Rm. 106 at Telluride Intermediate School). Open to K-12. At the Palm Theater, Doors open at 5, show starts at 5:30pm. For more information, please contact Ms. Watkins at awatkins@telluride.k12.co.us

  • Join Telluride Mountain Club for their latest Backcountry Chat, Monday, Jan. 28th. 6:15pm at Jagged Edge. They’ll be talking about “Putting It All Together: from morning coffee to dropping in & how hazard can change overnight,” with Jake Hutchinson.

  • Today at 11am, the Norwood Nordic Association will host a skate skiing clinic.  All levels welcome. This will be followed by a Family friendly Nordic relay at 1pm.  All ages and levels, skate or classic skis welcome. More info at norwoodnordic.com.

  • The Wilkinson Library invites you to view the Super Wolf Blood Moon Eclipse, tonight at 8:00 pm. Come view this special lunar eclipse through a high-powered telescope with local astronomy enthusiast Ramona Gaylord on the library's upstairs terrace. Appropriate for all ages! Please remember to dress warmly.

  • Poetica writers will be featured this month as part of the Talking Gourds poetry series. Local poets will perform at the Telluride Arts headquarters Jan. 22nd,  starting at 6 p.m. Theme for this month is Ars Poetica – the name of a poem by the Roman poet Horace and which has come to mean poets writing about the art of poetry.

  • Telluride! Here’s your New Years’ Resolution: Get your act together for The KOTO Lip Sync! Friday January 25th, at the Sheridan Opera House. Doors at 8pm, show at 9. To enter an act e-mail Geoff at geoff@koto.org. Tickets for KOTO’s Lip-Sync are available at koto.org! Get yours before this event sells out!

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Jan
18
6:00 AM06:00

Friday January 18

Birthdays: DEBORAH CONYERS, ERIC HILL, MARK THORNTON, PAT MAHAFFY, KEVIN COSTNER, CURT FLOOD,  SARA HONYCHURCH, ROD SURAL, BOBBY GOLDSBORO

At the Nugget:  5:30 & 8:15pm  MARY POPPINS RETURNS (2h 10min PG)

 

  •  Telluride! Here’s your New Years’ Resolution: Get your act together for The KOTO Lip Sync! Friday January 25th, at the Sheridan Opera House. Doors at 8pm, show at 9 To enter an act e-mail Geoff at geoff@koto.org. Tickets for KOTO’s Lip-Sync are available at koto.org! Get yours before this event sells out!

  • The Telluride High School Interact Club Blood Drive will take place Jan. 24th, 11-2pm in the Telluride High School Parking lot. All donors must be 18 years old or older to donate.

  • The Progressive Women’s Caucus is organizing the third annual Women’s March, tomorrow, January 19th.  Meet at 10:30 am at the Courthouse in Telluride. The PWC will be hosting Twenty (by) Twenty at the Sheridan Bar tonight at 7:30. The theme of the march and of Twenty (by) Twenty is "The Era of Women. There will also be a poster-making party for the march in the Library Program Room today from 4-6pm.

  • Montrose will have it first Women’s March, January 19th. Meet at Demoret Park, 246 E. Main Street. The March will take place 10-11am, participants are encouraged to show up at 9:30am.

  • The Palm Classic Film Series presents “True Grit,” tonight 6:30pm. Donations accepted at the door to benefit the Palm Arts programming.

  • Second City Presents “It’s Not You, It’s Me” at the Palm Theater. Wednesday, January 23rd at 6:30pm. More info and tickets available at telluridepalm.com or call (970)369-5674.

  • The Wilkinson Library invites you to view the Super Wolf Blood Moon Eclipse, Sun, Jan 20 at 8:00 pm. Come view this special lunar eclipse through a high-powered telescope with local astronomy enthusiast Ramona Gaylord on the library's upstairs terrace. Appropriate for all ages!

  • There will be a Moonlight Progressive Dinner on the Valley Floor, Saturday, Jan. 19th from 5:30-8pm. Please call Cindy at 708-3786.

  • The Norwood Nordic Association will host some fun winter events this weekend. On Saturday January 19th, 6:30 PM, join in a Moonlight ski! Sunday, Jan. 20th at 11am there will be skate skiing clinic.  All levels welcome. This will be followed by a Family friendly Nordic relay at 1pm.  All ages and levels, skate or classic skis welcome. More info at norwoodnordic.com.

  • CPR World is offering First Aid and CPR/AED training on Wednesday, January 23rd, 5:30-9:30pm at the Telluride Firehouse. Please text or call Kevin at 970-729-2779 for more information.

  • The Kid’s Cross Country Ski team is raising money for cross-country ski uniforms. The kids are looking for sponsors to donate money for as many kilometers they can ski in a three hour time limit. They will ski laps around town park on Sunday, January 20th, from 10 am until 1 pm. If you would like to donate, email nordic@tssc.org and sign up as a sponsor. 

  • Meadow Mountain performs tonight at the Sherbino Theater, 7pm.  

  • Little Giant will perform at the Liberty tonight, 10pm.

  • Telluride Theatre presents Game Show Night: THE TELLURIDE FEUD. Hosted by Geneva Idema Shaunette & Megan Honea. January 19th at 8pm at the BoB. ages 21+ only.  Tickets available at telluridetheatre.org

  • The 6th Annual Dolores River Boating Advocates Permit Party will be Friday, January 25th from 6-10pm at the Dolores Community Center. More info and tickets available at www.DoloresRiverBoating.org

  • Have you heard? KOTO Radio has a new studio at Norwood High School! Tune in every Friday at noon, starting today, to hear "The Lunch Break," featuring students in Mr. L's class. Also, if you are a West End resident who would like to record a commentary to run after the news on KOTO, email cara@koto.org to set up a time. Office hours are on Thursdays. Record up to 3 minutes about events, fundraisers, nonprofit updates, community happenings, political opinions and more. And don't forget to tune in at noon today to hear from local students. It's gearing up to be a great show.

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Jan
17
6:00 AM06:00

Thursday January 17

Birthdays: BETTY WHITE, JAMES EARL JONES, JIM CARREY, DAVID CARUSO, STEVE EARLE, CHILI DAVIS, VIDAL SASSOON, SHARI LEWIS, CHARLIE BALL, JACQUELINE MOSS, , LAUREN METZGER, LESLIE PRENDERGAST,  MICHELLE DAMIAN, TAMARA SEVESKA, VICTORIA HUTSON, MUHAMMAD ALI

At the Nugget:  AQUAMAN  5:30 & 8:30pm   (2h 23min PG-13)

 

  • Telluride! Here’s your New Years’ Resolution: Get your act together for The KOTO Lip Sync! Friday January 25th, at the Sheridan Opera House. Doors at 8pm, show at 9. To enter an act e-mail Geoff at geoff@koto.org

  • Tickets for KOTO’s Lip-Sync are available at koto.org! Get yours before this event sells out!

  • Today, January 17 at 5:00 pm, join Jill and Gloria from the library for Spanish Happy Hour @ Esperanza's. All levels are welcome!

  • Support Telluride Theater tonight at Bingo at the Bean. Cards sold till 6:30, first game called at 7pm.

  • Tom and Claybrook perform tonight at the Sheridan Bar, 8pm.

  • Second City Presents “It’s Not You, It’s Me” at the Palm Theater. Wednesday, January 23rd at 6:30pm. More info and tickets available at telluridepalm.com or call (970)369-5674.

  • Have you heard? KOTO Radio has a new studio at Norwood High School! Tune in every Friday at noon, starting Jan. 18, to hear "The Lunch Break," featuring students in Mr. L's class. Also, if you are a West End resident who would like to record a commentary to run after the news on KOTO, email cara@koto.org to set up a time. Office hours are on Thursdays. Record up to 3 minutes about events, fundraisers, nonprofit updates, community happenings, political opinions and more. And don't forget to tune in on the 18th to hear from local students. It's gearing up to be a great show.

  • The Kid’s Cross Country Ski team is raising money for cross-country ski uniforms. The kids are looking for sponsors to donate money for as many kilometers they can ski in a three hour time limit. They will ski laps around town park on Sunday, January 20th, from 10 am until 1 pm. If you would like to donate email nordic@tssc.org and sign up as a sponsor. 

  • The Sherbino Theater in Ridgeway will host Shane Carrick as he discusses “Empowerment through Skateboarding. Tonight, 7pm. More info at sherbino.org.

  • Tri County Health presents Rebecca Larson from the OMNI Institute and her presentation on social norms. Larson will provide steps on developing a social norms campaign for our community. Today, 11:30am-1:30pm at the Wilkinson Library. RSVP at (970) 708-7096 or info@tchnetwork.org.

  • The 6th Annual Dolores River Boating Advocates Permit Party will be Friday, January 25th from 6-10pm at the Dolores Community Center. More info and tickets available at www.DoloresRiverBoating.org

  • The Progressive Women’s Caucus is organizing the third annual Women’s March, Saturday January 19.  Meet at 10:30 am at the Courthouse in Telluride. The PWC will be hosting Twenty (by) Twenty at Sheridan Old Bar on Friday night at 7:30. The theme of the march and of Twenty (by) Twenty is "The Era of Women."

  • There will also be a poster-making party for the march in the Library Program Room on Friday Jan 18 from 4-6pm.

  • CPR World is offering First Aid and CPR/AED training on Wednesday, January 23rd, 5:30-9:30pm at the Telluride Firehouse. Please text or call Kevin at 970-729-2779 for more information.

  • The Lone Cone Fat Bike race will take place in Norwood, January 20th. Find out more about the race and register on-line at www.bikereg.com/loneconefatbike.

  • The Norwood Nordic Association will host some fun winter events this weekend. On Saturday January 19th, 6:30 PM, join in a Moonlight ski! Hot cider will be provided. Please BYOM (bring your own mug). Sunday, Jan. 20th at 11am there will be skate skiing clinic.  All levels welcome. This will be followed by a Family friendly Nordic relay at 1pm.  All ages and levels, skate or classic skis welcome. More info at norwoodnordic.com.

  • Don’t miss Graham Nancarrow at the Buck, tonight 9pm

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Jan
16
6:00 AM06:00

Wednesday January 16

Born on this day: SADE, JIM STAFFORD, A.J. FOYT, FROWNY, BRYAN MILLER, CAROL HIATT, PEGGY KANTER, WIGHT FLOYD, RANDAL HACKBERT, CHRIS CORRIGAN, ROY JONES, KATE MOSS

At the Nugget: AQUAMAN  5:30 & 8:30pm   (2h 23min PG-13)

 

  • Telluride! Here’s your New Years’ Resolution: Get your act together for The KOTO Lip Sync! Friday January 25th, at the Sheridan Opera House. To enter an act e-mail Geoff at geoff@koto.org

  • Tickets for KOTO’s Lip-Sync are available at koto.org! Get yours before this event sells out!

  • Telluride Gold Kings perform at the bean tonight, 6pm.

  • Attention Juniors and Seniors: True North’s Future Center advisors are on hand in Telluride and Norwood to help with completing the FAFSA, searching and applying for college scholarships, editing essays, creating resumes, and applying to career and technical schools. Advisors will be at the Telluride High School Library on Wednesdays from 2-5pm and in Norwood High School from 1-4pm in the Counseling office, as well as by appointment, by calling 970-329-2229.

  • True North’s Academic Tutoring Program takes place every Wednesday from 3:15-4:30 in the Telluride High School Library. Free and open to any high school students, Tutors are available for help in most subjects.

  • The Progressive Women’s Caucus is organizing the third annual Women’s March, Saturday January 19.  Meet at 10:30 am at the Courthouse in Telluride. The PWC will be hosting Twenty (by) Twenty at Sheridan Old Bar on Friday night at 7:30. The theme of the march and of Twenty (by) Twenty is "The Era of Women."

  • There will also be a poster-making party for the march in the Library Program Room on Friday Jan 18 from 4-6pm.

  • Montrose will have it first Women’s March, January 19th. Meet at Demoret Park, 246 E. Main Street. The March will take place 10-11am, participants are encouraged to show up at 9:30am.

  • The Wilkinson Library invites you to view the Super Wolf Blood Moon Eclipse, Sun, Jan 20 at 8:00 pm. Come view this special lunar eclipse through a high-powered telescope with local astronomy enthusiast Ramona Gaylord on the library's upstairs terrace. Appropriate for all ages! Please remember to dress warmly.

  • There will be a Moonlight Progressive Dinner on the Valley Floor, Saturday, Jan. 19th from 5:30-8pm. Please call Cindy at 708-3786.

  • The Norwood Nordic Association will host some fun winter events this weekend. On Saturday January 19th, 6:30 PM, join in a Moonlight ski! Hot cider will be provided. Please BYOM (bring your own mug). Sunday, Jan. 20th at 11am there will be skate skiing clinic.  All levels welcome. This will be followed by a Family friendly Nordic relay at 1pm.  All ages and levels, skate or classic skis welcome. More info at norwoodnordic.com.

  • The Lone Cone Fat Bike race will take place in Norwood, January 20th. Find out more about the race and register on-line at www.bikereg.com/loneconefatbike.

  • The 6th Annual Dolores River Boating Advocates Permit Party will be Friday, January 25th from 6-10pm at the Dolores Community Center. More info and tickets available at www.DoloresRiverBoating.org

  • Tomorrow, Thurs, January 17 at 5:00 pm, join Jill and Gloria from the library for Spanish Happy Hour @ Esperanza's. All levels are welcome!

  • Wilkinson Library will host a free legal clinic for parties who have no attorney, today, 2-5pm.  Please contact 728-4519 to schedule an appointment.   

  • Lib at the Lib-Adult Craft Night is tonight! 5:30 pm at the Liberty. Signup at telluridelibrary.org. All material provided.

  • Tomorrow, the Sherbino Theater in Ridgeway will host Shane Carrick as he discusses “Empowerment through Skateboarding. 7pm. More info at sherbino.org.

  • Tri County Health presents Rebecca Larson from the OMNI Institute and her presentation on social norms. Larson will provide steps on developing a social norms campaign for our community. January 17th, 11:30am-1:30pm at the Wilkinson Library. RSVP at (970) 708-7096 or info@tchnetwork.org.

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Jan
15
6:00 AM06:00

Tuesday January 15

Born on this day:  BRYNN WATSON, ELAINE PALMINTERI,  JOHN NAISBETT,  JUDI KIERNAN, KIM HANLEY,  MICHELLE HAIRFIELD, LISA LISA, CHARO,  MARIO VAN PEEBLES

At the Nugget:  AQUAMAN  5:30 & 8:30pm   (2h 23min PG-13)

 

  • Attention Juniors and Seniors: True North’s Future Center advisors are on hand in Telluride and Norwood to help with completing the FAFSA, searching and applying for college scholarships, editing essays, creating resumes, and applying to career and technical schools. Advisors will be at the Telluride High School Library on Wednesdays from 2-5pm and in Norwood High School from 1-4pm in the Counseling office, as well as by appointment, by calling 970-329-2229.

  • True North’s Academic Tutoring Program takes place every Wednesday from 3:15-4:30 in the Telluride High School Library. Free and open to any high school students, Tutors are available for help in most subjects.

  • The Telluride Nordic Center will offer a Skate Skiing clinic today, 12-1pm at the Nordic Center in Town Park. Call 728-1144 to register.

  • Ski into History with the Telluride Historical Museum, Wednesday Jan. 16th at 10 a.m. Space is limited for this event, so sign up early! To register, email Theresa@telluridemusum.org or call the Museum at 970-728-3344.

  • The Wilkinson Library’s first Community Science Fair is Sat. Jan. 26th 5-7PM. All ages are welcome to participate! Visit www.telluridelibrary.org for more information on the guidelines and how to apply. 

  • Have you heard? KOTO Radio has a new studio at Norwood High School! Tune in every Friday at noon, starting Jan. 18, to hear "The Lunch Break," featuring students in Mr. L's class. Also, if you are a West End resident who would like to record a commentary to run after the news on KOTO, email cara@koto.org to set up a time. Office hours are on Thursdays. Record up to 3 minutes about events, fundraisers, nonprofit updates, community happenings, political opinions and more. And don't forget to tune in on the 18th to hear from local students. It's gearing up to be a great show.

  • Ridgway Yoga Shala invites you to experience Kirtan, call and response chanting with Melanie Law and guest drummer Jonathon Barfield. Thursday January 17th, 6-7:30 pm.  

  • The Telluride Choral Society invites you to join them for Springsing 2019, “In the Garden.” Register to participate by emailing Rhonda Muckerman at rlmuckerman@gmail.com. Concerts will take place Friday, March 22nd and Sunday, March 24th. You can visit telluridechoralsociety.org for more information.

  • Montrose will have it first Women’s March, January 19th. Meet at Demoret Park, 246 E. Main Street. The March will take place 10-11am, participants are encouraged to show up at 9:30am.

  • Telluride! Here’s your New Years’ Resolution: Get your act together for The KOTO Lip Sync! Friday January 25th, at the Sheridan Opera House. To enter an act e-mail Geoff at geoff@koto.org

  • The Rico Winter Carnival will be Saturday, January 26th and Sunday the 27th. Come enjoy fun winter activities and live music! Go to ricocolorado.gov for a detailed schedule of events.

  • The Wilkinson Library invites you to view the Super Wolf Blood Moon Eclipse, Sun, Jan 20 at 8:00 pm. Come view this special lunar eclipse through a high-powered telescope with local astronomy enthusiast Ramona Gaylord on the library's upstairs terrace. Appropriate for all ages! Please remember to dress warmly.

  • There will be a Moonlight Progressive Dinner on the Valley Floor, Saturday, Jan. 19th from 5:30-8pm. Please call Cindy at 708-3786.

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Jan
14
6:00 AM06:00

Monday January 14

Born on this day:  FAYE DUNAWAY, ANDY ROONEY, L.L. COOL J, T. BONE BURNETT, CHRIS SAPONARA, DEBRA MILLER, ERICA CLUM, DEWEY GILBERT, KARL WAGNER, SALLY ROBINSON, STEVE BROM, ALLEN TOUSSAINT, DAVE GROHL

At the Nugget: AQUAMAN  5:30 & 8:30pm   (2h 23min PG-13)

 

  • The Telluride Nordic Center will offer a Classic Skiing clinic today, 12-1pm at the Nordic Center in Town Park. Call 728-1144 to register.

  • The Ah Haa School’s Regional Exhibition challenges artists to think outside the box by working within one. 12x12. For more information go to ahha.org or call 970.728.3886. Submissions due by 5pm TODAY.

  • Pinhead’s winter classes start Today! For more information on programs, or to register, please visit us at www.pinheadinstitute.org

  • Ski into History with the Telluride Historical Museum, Wednesday Jan. 16th at 10 a.m. Space is limited for this event, so sign up early! To register, email Theresa@telluridemusum.org or call the Museum at 970-728-3344.

  • Telluride TV and the Wilkinson Public Library present a 3-part "Mental Health with Dr. Paul" series featuring internationally renowned clinical and consulting psychotherapist Dr. Paul L. Hokemeyer. Next in the series is “When A Bluebird Day Isn't:  Suicide in Our Mountaintown.” TODAY, 6-8pm.

  • The Wilkinson Library’s first Community Science Fair is Sat. Jan. 26th 5-7PM. All ages are welcome to participate! Visit www.telluridelibrary.org for more information on the guidelines and how to apply. 

  • Montrose will have it first Women’s March, January 19th. Meet at Demoret Park, 246 E. Main Street. The March will take place 10-11am, participants are encouraged to show up at 9:30am.

  • Poetica writers will be featured this month as part of the Talking Gourds poetry series. Local poets will perform at the Telluride Arts headquarters Jan. 22nd,  starting at 6 p.m. Theme for this month is Ars Poetica – the name of a poem by the Roman poet Horace and which has come to mean poets writing about the art of poetry.

  • Take part in the Telluride High School Interact Club Blood Drive. The Blood mobile will be in the Telluride High School parking lot January 24th, 11-2pm. All donors must be 18 years old or older to donate.

  • The KOTO board of directors will hold their next monthly meeting today at 5pm at the Wilkinson library.  The public is always welcome to attend.

  • The Progressive Women’s Caucus is organizing the third annual Women’s March, Saturday January 19.  Meet at 10:30 am at the Courthouse in Telluride. The PWC will be hosting Twenty (by) Twenty at Sheridan Old Baron Friday night at 7:30. The theme of the march and of Twenty (by) Twenty is "The Era of Women." There will also be a poster-making party for the march in the Library Program Room on Friday Jan 18 from 4-6pm.

  • The Kid’s Cross Country Ski team (only in their 2nd year) is raising money for cross-country ski uniforms (jackets, hats, race tops/bottoms). The kids are looking for sponsors to donate money for as many kilometers they can ski in a three hour time limit. They will ski laps around town park from 10 am until 1 pm. If you would like to donate email nordic@tssc.org and sign up as a sponsor. 

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Jan
13
6:00 AM06:00

Sunday January 13

Birthdays:   WILD DICK FURY, CARLISLE CONNICK, JOHN GEARTY, MARK LANGE, MICHAEL SAFTLER, BETHANY HIGHT, JULIA LOUIS-DREYFUS, ROBERT STACK

 

At the Nugget: AQUAMAN  5:30 & 8:30pm   (2h 23min PG-13)

  • Poetica writers will be featured this month as part of the Talking Gourds poetry series. Local poets will perform at the Telluride Arts headquarters Jan. 22nd, starting at 6 p.m. Theme for this month is Ars Poetica – the name of a poem by the Roman poet Horace and which has come to mean poets writing about the art of poetry.

  • The Ah Haa School’s Regional Exhibition challenges artists to think outside the box by working within one. 12x12. For more information go to ahha.org or call 970.728.3886. Submissions due by 5pm on January 14th.

  • Telluride TV and the Wilkinson Public Library present a 3-part "Mental Health with Dr. Paul" series featuring internationally renowned clinical and consulting psychotherapist Dr. Paul L. Hokemeyer. Next in the series is “When A Bluebird Day Isn't:  Suicide in Our Mountaintown.” Monday, January 14th 6-8pm.

  • Pinhead’s winter classes start Monday January 14th! Information on all available programs and how to register can be found at pinheadinstitute.org

  • Check out San Juan Skijoring at the fairgrounds in Ridgeway, today. The event starts at noon. The full schedule for the weekend can be found at sanjuanskijoring.com.

  • Montrose will have it first Women’s March, January 19th. Meet at Demoret Park, 246 E. Main Street. The March will take place 10-11am, participants are encouraged to show up at 9:30am.

  • The seventh annual Western Colorado Food and Farm Forum is Jan. 25-26th at the Montrose Pavilion. Farmer Joel Salatin will be the keynote speaker.

  • Ski into History with the Telluride Historical Museum, Wednesday Jan. 16th at 10 a.m. Space is limited for this event, so sign up early! To register, email Theresa@telluridemusum.org or call the Museum at 970-728-3344.

  • The Wilkinson Library’s first Community Science Fair is Sat. Jan. 26th 5-7PM. All ages are welcome to participate! Visit www.telluridelibrary.org for more information on the guidelines and how to apply. 

  • The KOTO board of directors will hold their next monthly meeting Monday, January 14th at 5pm in the Telluride room of the Wilkinson library.  The public is always welcome to attend.

  • Any high school students are welcome to join the Free Box Cleanup, happening on Tuesday the 15th from 4-5pm at the Telluride Freebox! Work gloves, snacks, and trash bags will be provided.

  • Telluride! Here’s your New Years’ Resolution: Get your act together for The KOTO Lip Sync! Friday January 25th, at the Sheridan Opera House. To enter an act e-mail Geoff at geoff@koto.org

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Jan
12
6:00 AM06:00

Saturday January 12

Birthdays: KIRSTIE ALLEY,  RAY PRICE, RICKY VAN SHELTON, HOWARD STERN, RUSH LIMBAUGH, SMOKIN’ JOE FRAZIER,  AL LEWIS, ROOSTER COUCH, MELBA GACEK, DOMINIQUE WILKINS

 

At the Nugget:   AQUAMAN  5:30 & 8:30pm   (2h 23min PG-13)

 

  • International Women’s Ski Day is TODAY! Women are invited to get together to celebrate adventures in snow and the power of female camaraderie by having fun on and off the mountain. More info at www.bootdoctors.com/IWSD

  • The Kitchen Dwellers & the Magic Beans perform tonight at the Sheridan, 9pm.

  • The Motet perform tonight at Club Red, 8pm.

  • The Lone Cone Fat Bike race will take place in Norwood, January 20th. Find out more about the race and register on-line at www.bikereg.com/loneconefatbike.

  • Telluride TV and the Wilkinson Public Library present a 3-part "Mental Health with Dr. Paul" series featuring internationally renowned clinical and consulting psychotherapist Dr. Paul L. Hokemeyer. Next in the series is “When A Bluebird Day Isn't:  Suicide in Our Mountaintown.” Mon. Jan. 14th, 6-8pm.

  • The Ah Haa School’s Regional Exhibition challenges artists to think outside the box by working within one. 12x12. For more information go to ahha.org or call 970.728.3886. Submissions due by 5pm on January 14th.

  • The Telluride Gold Kings perform tonight at the Bean, 6pm.

  • The seventh annual Western Colorado Food and Farm Forum is Jan. 25-26th at the Montrose Pavilion. Farmer Joel Salatin will be the keynote speaker.

  • The KOTO board of directors will hold their next monthly meeting Monday, January 14th at 5pm at the Wilkinson library.  The public is always welcome to attend.

  • Saturday and Sunday, January 12th and 13th, check out San Juan Skijoring at the fairgrounds in Ridgeway. The event starts at noon each day. The full schedule for the weekend can be found at sanjuanskijoring.com.

  • Pinhead’s winter classes start Monday January 14th! For more information on available programs, or to register, please visit www.pinheadinstitute.org

  • You’re invited to attend the 2nd Saturday Block Party this Saturday, Today! 3-5 in the Wagner Plaza outside the factory. Live music by Joint Point! Dress "retro" and win swag!

  • Have you heard? KOTO Radio has a new studio at Norwood High School! Tune in every Friday at noon, starting Jan. 18, to hear "The Lunch Break," featuring students in Mr. L's class. Also, if you are a West End resident who would like to record a commentary to run after the news on KOTO, email cara@koto.org to set up a time. Office hours are on Thursdays. Record up to 3 minutes about events, fundraisers, nonprofit updates, community happenings, political opinions and more. And don't forget to tune in on the 18th to hear from local students. It's gearing up to be a great show.

  • Telluride! Here’s your New Years’ Resolution: Get your act together for The KOTO Lip Sync! Friday January 25th, at the Sheridan Opera House. To enter an act e-mail Geoff at geoff@koto.org

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Jan
11
6:00 AM06:00

Friday January 11

Birthdays: BRENDA OKAMURA, DAN LYNCH, DAN WILLIS, INGRID LUNDAHL, JAKE SPAULDING, LUCAS PRICE, SANDRA HUGHES, MARTHA HUSCHKE, STEVE COSTELLO, MARGARET BERCOVITZ, KRISTEN ZOELLNER, NAOMI JUDD, MARY J. BLIGE, BOBBY GOLDSBORO, GRANT TINKER, BEN CRENSHAW

 

At the Nugget:  AQUAMAN  5:30 & 8:30pm   (2h 23min PG-13)

  • The KOTO board of directors will hold their next monthly meeting Monday, January 14th at 5pm at the Wilkinson library.  The public is always welcome to attend.

  • The Telluride Farmers Market’s Winter Market will be open today from noon-4pm at 335 West Colorado, (the west wing where elections take place). The market will be open on Fridays through January. 

  • Telluride TV and the Wilkinson Public Library present a 3-part "Mental Health with Dr. Paul" series featuring internationally renowned clinical and consulting psychotherapist Dr. Paul L. Hokemeyer. Next in the series is “When A Bluebird Day Isn't:  Suicide in Our Mountaintown.” Mon. Jan. 14th, 6-8pm.

  • The Floozies with Powder Rangers 3 and Maddy Neal perform tonight at Club Red, 8pm.

  • Beatles vs. Stones, A Tribute Showdown, performs tonight at the Sheridan 9pm.

  • MET at the Palm presents ADRIANA LECOUVREUR (Cilea) Live January 12th at 11am. Approx. runtime: 3:58 [2 Intermissions]

  • The seventh annual Western Colorado Food and Farm Forum is Jan. 25-26th at the Montrose Pavilion. Farmer Joel Salatin will be the keynote speaker.

  • Pinhead’s winter classes start Monday January 14th! Information on all available programs and how to register can be found at pinheadinstitute.org

  • International Women’s Ski Day is Saturday January 12th. Women from all around the world are invited to get together to celebrate adventures in snow and the power of female camaraderie by having fun on and off the mountain. Registration is 8-9 am at Bootdoctors. More info at www.bootdoctors.com/IWSD

  • Saturday and Sunday, January 12th and 13th, check out San Juan Skijoring at the fairgrounds in Ridgeway. The event starts at noon each day. Competitors can sign-up Friday night from 6-9pm at Chipeta Ranch. The full schedule for the weekend can be found at sanjuanskijoring.com

  • Telluride! Here’s your New Years’ Resolution: Get your act together for The KOTO Lip Sync! Friday January 25th, at the Sheridan Opera House. To enter an act e-mail Geoff at geoff@koto.org

  • The Ah Haa School’s Regional Exhibition challenges artists to think outside the box by working within one. 12x12. For more information go to ahha.org or call 970.728.3886. Submissions due by 5pm on January 14th.

  • Ski into History with the Telluride Historical Museum, Wednesday Jan. 16th at 10 a.m. Space is limited for this event, so sign up early! To register, email Theresa@telluridemusum.org or call the Museum at 970-728-3344.

  • You’re invited to attend the 2nd Saturday Block Party this Saturday, Tomorrow, 3-5 in the Wagner Plaza outside the factory. Live music by Joint Point! Dress "retro" and win swag!

  • Story Time on Tour comes to the Placerville Schoolhouse, tomorrow beginnig at 10am

  • Have you heard? KOTO Radio has a new studio at Norwood High School! Tune in every Friday at noon, starting Jan. 18, to hear "The Lunch Break," featuring students in Mr. L's class. Also, if you are a West End resident who would like to record a commentary to run after the news on KOTO, email cara@koto.org to set up a time. Office hours are on Thursdays. Record up to 3 minutes about events, fundraisers, nonprofit updates, community happenings, political opinions and more. And don't forget to tune in on the 18th to hear from local students. It's gearing up to be a great show.

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Jan
10
6:00 AM06:00

Thursday January 10

Born on this Day: JIM CROCE, ROD STEWART, PAT BENATAR, RONNIE HAWKINS,  SHAWN COLVIN, GEORGE FOREMAN, FRANK SINATRA JR., BEN CRENSHAW, CHRIS SANDS, GEORGE CARR, JONATHAN SILVERMAN, MARY ELLEN WRIGHT, DIANE LAWLESS,  ROBERT DALEY, DONALD FAGAN

 

At the Nugget:    AQUAMAN  5:30 & 8:30pm   (2h 23min PG-13)

 

  • Have you heard? KOTO Radio has a new studio at Norwood High School! Tune in every Friday at noon, starting Jan. 18, to hear "The Lunch Break," featuring students in Mr. L's class. Also, if you are a West End resident who would like to record a commentary to run after the news on KOTO, email cara@koto.org to set up a time. Office hours are on Thursdays. Record up to 3 minutes about events, fundraisers, nonprofit updates, community happenings, political opinions and more. And don't forget to tune in on the 18th to hear from local students. It's gearing up to be a great show.

  • Pinhead’s winter classes start Monday January 14th! For more information on available programs, or to register, please visit www.pinheadinstitute.org

  • The Sunflower Theater in Cortez will screen Human Flow, an epic film journey led by the internationally renowned artist Ai Weiwei. Tonight, doors at 6:30, film at 7pm. More information can be found at sunflowertheater.org

  • Tonight, parents are invited to participate in an educational workshop designed to give you support as you raise your little one(s). Free childcare and dinner will be provided. At the Wilkinson Library, 5:30-6:30pm. The focus of the workshop will be Healthy Habits for Your Children: A Panel with Doctors, Dentists, and Nutritionists.

  • The seventh annual Western Colorado Food and Farm Forum is Jan. 25-26th at the Montrose Pavilion. Farmer Joel Salatin will be the keynote speaker.

  • You’re invited to attend the 2nd Saturday Block Party this Saturday, January 12th! 3-5 in the Wagner Plaza outside the factory. Live music by Joint Point! Dress "retro" and win swag!

  • Join other bibliophiles at The West End Bistro at The Hotel Telluride to discuss what books you are reading, have read, or would like to read while sipping on libations. Tonight, 5:15-6:15.

  • International Women’s Ski Day is Saturday January 12th. Women are invited to get together to celebrate adventures in snow and the power of female camaraderie by having fun on and off the mountain. Registration is 8-9 am at Bootdoctors. More info at www.bootdoctors.com/IWSD

  • The Ah Haa School’s Regional Exhibition challenges artists to think outside the box by working within one. 12x12. For more information go to ahha.org or call 970.728.3886. Submissions due by 5pm on January 14th.

  • Support Telluride Theater tonight at Bingo at the Bean. Cards sold till 6:30, first game called at 7pm.

  • MET at the Palm presents ADRIANA LECOUVREUR (Cilea) Live January 12th at11am. Approx. runtime: 3:58 [2 Intermissions]

  • Telluride TV and the Wilkinson Public Library present a 3-part "Mental Health with Dr. Paul" series featuring internationally renowned clinical and consulting psychotherapist Dr. Paul L. Hokemeyer. Next in the series is “When A Bluebird Day Isn't:  Suicide in Our Mountaintown.” Mon. Jan. 14th, 6-8pm.

  • Any high school students are welcome to join the Free Box Cleanup, happening on Tuesday the 15th from 4-5pm at the Telluride Freebox! Work gloves, snacks, and trash bags will be provided.

  • The KOTO board of directors will hold their next monthly meeting Monday, January 14th at 5pm at the Wilkinson library.  The public is always welcome to attend.

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Jan
9
6:00 AM06:00

Wednesday January 9

 

Born on this day: JANNA RAPAPORT, JODY VAN STRATT, ZACH TEMPLIN, CRYSTAL GAYLE, JOAN BAEZ, DAVID JOHANSEN, JIMMY PAGE, BART STARR, BOB DENVER, DAVE MATTHEWS, A.J. McLEAN, MUGGSY BOGUES, ANDREW ”DRUFER” WILLIAMSON

At the Nugget: AQUAMAN  5:30 & 8:30pm   (2h 23min PG-13)

 

  • Attention Juniors and Seniors: True North’s Future Center advisors are on hand in Telluride and Norwood to help with completing the FAFSA, searching and applying for college scholarships, editing essays, creating resumes, and applying to career and technical schools. Advisors will be at the Telluride High School Library on Wednesdays from 2-5pm and in Norwood High School from 1-4pm in the Counseling office, as well as by appointment, by calling 970-329-2229.

  • True North’s Academic Tutoring Program takes place every Wednesday from 3:15-4:30 in the Telluride High School Library. Free and open to any high school students, Tutors are available for help in most subjects.

  • Any high school students are welcome to join the Free Box Cleanup, happening on Tuesday the 15th from 4-5pm at the Telluride Freebox! Work gloves, snacks, and trash bags will be provided.

  • On January 10th, parents are invited to participate in an educational workshop designed to give you support as you raise your little one(s). Free childcare and dinner will be provided. At the Wilkinson Library, 5:30-6:30pm. The focus of the workshop will be Healthy Habits for Your Children: A Panel with Doctors, Dentists, and Nutritionists.

  • Saturday and Sunday, January 12th and 13th, check out San Juan Skijoring at the fairgrounds in Ridgeway. The event starts at noon each day. Competitors can sign-up Friday night from 6-9pm at Chipeta Ranch. The full schedule for the weekend can be found at sanjuanskijoring.com.

  • Join other bibliophiles at The West End Bistro at The Hotel Telluride to discuss BOOKS! January 10th, 5:15-6:15.

  • Wilkinson Library will host a free legal clinic for parties who have no attorney, today, 2-5pm.  Please contact 728-4519 to schedule an appointment.   

  • The KOTO board of directors will hold their next monthly meeting Monday, January 14th at 5pm at the Wilkinson library.  The public is always welcome to attend.

  • International Women’s Ski Day is Saturday January 12th. Women are invited to get together to celebrate adventures in snow and the power of female camaraderie by having fun on and off the mountain. Registration is 8-9 am at Bootdoctors. More info at www.bootdoctors.com/IWSD

  • Cub Scout Pack 500/Boy Scout Troop 500 will meet today at 3:30 p.m. at the Elks Lodge. Contact Janet Kask at 708-1264 for more information.

  • Telluride Gold Kings perform tonight at the Bean, 6pm.

  • Pinhead’s winter classes start Monday January 14th! Information on all available programs and how to register can be found at pinheadinstitute.org

  • The Wilkinson Library’s first Community Science Fair is Sat. Jan. 26th 5-7PM. All ages are welcome to participate! Visit www.telluridelibrary.org for more information on the guidelines and how to apply. 

  • Join local Chiropractor Dr. Steven Clark today at the Wilkinson library 6-7pm for an informative presentation on relief from neck and back pain.

  • You’re invited to attend the 2nd Saturday Block Party this Saturday, January 12th! 3-5 in the Wagner Plaza outside the factory. Live music by Joint Point! Dress "retro" and win swag!

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Jan
8
6:00 AM06:00

Tuesday January 8

Born on this day: ELVIS PRESLEY, JIM HARTLE, DAVE MONASEVITCH, FREDERICK MASSER, JAMES LEE DRAPER, JESSE LEADHOLM, LAURA REX,  LYNN FOSSBERG, MIKE ALLRED, DAVID BOWIE, LITTLE ANTHONY, CHARLES OSGOOD,  REILLY GANDELL

At the Nugget:   AQUAMAN  5:30 & 8:30pm   (2h 23min PG-13)

 

  • Join the Telluride Nordic Center today for their Skate Skiing clinic. At the Nordic Center in Town Park, 12-1pm. Call 728-1144 to register.

  • The Lone Cone Fat Bike race will take place in Norwood, January 20th. Find out more about the race and register on-line at www.bikereg.com/loneconefatbike.

  • The Telluride High School Philanthropy Club, in conjunction with Reach Out and Read Colorado, is hosting a book drive December through February. Donate New or Gently-Used Children’s Books at designated boxes located at the Elementary and High School, the post office and the library. Books donated will be given to children who receive care at the Telluride Med Center. More information can be found at reachoutandread.org

  • The Ah Haa School’s Regional Exhibition challenges artists to think outside the box by working within one. 12x12. For more information go to ahha.org or call 970.728.3886. Submissions due by 5pm on January 14th.

  • Join Susie St. Onge the first Tuesday of each month for Mindfulness Meditation. Today’s class will focus on Mindfulness For Emotions. 5:30 @ Wilkinson Library.

  • The seventh annual Western Colorado Food and Farm Forum is Jan. 25-26th at the Montrose Pavilion. Farmer Joel Salatin will be the keynote speaker.

  • On January 10th, parents are invited to participate in educational workshops designed to give you support as you raise your little one(s). Free childcare and dinner will be provided. At the Wilkinson Library, 5:30-6:30pm. The focus of the workshop will be Healthy Habits for Your Children: A Panel with Doctors, Dentists, and Nutritionists.

  • Saturday and Sunday, January 12th and 13th, check out San Juan Skijoring at the fairgrounds in Ridgeway. The event starts at noon each day. Competitors can sign-up Friday night from 6-9pm at Chipeta Ranch. The full schedule for the weekend can be found at sanjuanskijoring.com.

  • International Women’s Ski Day is Saturday January 12th. Women are invited to get together to celebrate adventures in snow and the power of female camaraderie by having fun on and off the mountain. Registration is 8-9 am at Bootdoctors. More info at www.bootdoctors.com/IWSD

  • Wilkinson Library will host a free legal clinic for parties who have no attorney, tomorrow, Jan. 9th 2-5pm.  Please contact 728-4519 to schedule an appointment.   

  • Join other bibliophiles at The West End Bistro at The Hotel Telluride to discuss what books you are reading, have read, or would like to read while sipping on libations. January 10th, 5:15-6:15.

  • Cub Scout Pack 500/Boy Scout Troop 500 will meet Wednesday, January 9th, 3:30 p.m. at the Elks Lodge. Contact Janet Kask at 708-1264 for more information.

  • Pinhead’s winter classes start Monday January 14th! Information on all available programs, or to register, please visit www.pinheadinstitute.org

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Jan
7
6:00 AM06:00

Monday January 7

Born on this day: KATIE COURIC, KENNY LOGGINS, NICHOLAS CAGE, PAUL REVERE, JON DAVID CAMPBELL, JUDY KOHIN, ROD HUBBARD, KATE CLAYTON, JANE JANKE, JEFF BERMAN, ERIC KNOWLES,

At the Nugget:  AQUAMAN  5:30 & 8:30pm   (2h 23min PG-13)

 

  • Join the Telluride Nordic Center today for their Classic Skiing clinic. At the Nordic Center in Town Park, 12-1pm. Call 728-1144 to register.

  • Harold and Maude, (1971, 91 minutes, Rated PG), will be shown tonight at the Wilkinson Library. Film begins at 6pm.

  • Join other bibliophiles at The West End Bistro at The Hotel Telluride to discuss what books you are reading, have read, or would like to read while sipping on libations. January 10th, 5:15-6:15.

  • Join Susie St. Onge tomorrow for Mindfulness Meditation. The class will focus on Mindfulness for Emotions. 5:30 @ Wilkinson Library.

  • The seventh annual Western Colorado Food and Farm Forum is Jan. 25-26th at the Montrose Pavilion. Farmer Joel Salatin will be the keynote speaker.

  • International Women’s Ski Day is Saturday January 12th. Women from all around the world are invited to get together to celebrate adventures in snow and the power of female camaraderie by having fun on and off the mountain. Registration is 8-9 am at Bootdoctors. More info at www.bootdoctors.com/IWSD

  • Tyler Simmons performs at the Bean tonight, 6pm.

  • The Telluride Mountain Club will host a Back Country Chat, tonight at Jagged Edge. 6:15-8:45 pm. The topic will be Welcome Back Winter.

  • Cub Scout Pack 500/Boy Scout Troop 500 will meet Wednesday, January 9th, 3:30 p.m. at the Elks Lodge. Contact Janet Kask at 708-1264 for more information.

  • The Ridgeway Public Library will host a presentation on the Health of the San Miguel Watershed. Today at 1pm.

  • On January 10th, parents are invited to participate in educational workshops designed to give you support as you raise your little one(s). Free childcare and dinner will be provided. 5:30-6:30pm. The focus of the workshop will be Healthy Habits for Your Children: A Panel with Doctors, Dentists, and Nutritionists.

  • The Sunflower Theater in Cortez will screen Human Flow, an epic film journey led by the internationally renowned artist Ai Weiwei. Thursday, January 10th, doors at 6:30, film at 7pm. More information can be found at sunflowertheater.org

  • The Wilkinson Library’s first Community Science Fair is Sat. Jan. 26th 5-7PM. All ages are welcome to participate! Visit www.telluridelibrary.org for more information on the guidelines and how to apply. 

  • The Lone Cone Fat Bike race will take place in Norwood, January 20th. Find out more about the race and register on-line at www.bikereg.com/loneconefatbike.

  • Wilkinson Library will host a free legal clinic for parties who have no attorney, on Wednesday, Jan. 9th 2-5pm.  Please contact 728-4519 to schedule an appointment.   

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Jan
6
6:00 AM06:00

Sunday January 6

Birthdays:  BONNIE FRANKLIN, LOU HOLTZ, KIM WILSON, EARL SCRUGGS, ADELAIDE ROUSSEAU, ANDREW BELL, GARY BENNETT, KEVEN CROSKEY,  MARCIE STECKLER, MORGAN BAZILLIAN, GABRIELLE REECE, JOHN SINGLETON

At the Nugget:   AQUAMAN  5:30 & 8:30pm   (2h 23min PG-13)

 

  • Join Susie St. Onge the first Tuesday of each month for Mindfulness Meditation. January 8th’s class will focus on Mindfulness For Emotions. 5:30 @ Wilkinson Library.

  • The seventh annual Western Colorado Food and Farm Forum is Jan. 25-26th at the Montrose Pavilion. Farmer Joel Salatin will be the keynote speaker.

  • The Telluride Nordic Center will offer clinics on Classic Skiing, every Monday, and Skate Skiing, every Tuesday, throughout January. First clinics are January 7th and 8th, 12-1pm at the Nordic Center in Town Park. Call 728-1144 to register.

  • Cub Scout Pack 500/Boy Scout Troop 500 will meet Wednesday, January 9th, 3:30 p.m. at the Elks Lodge. Contact Janet Kask at 708-1264 for more information.

  • The Ridgeway Public Library will host a presentation on the Health of the San Miguel Watershed. Monday January, 7th at 1pm.

  • Telluride Film Festival’s Cinematheque winter series continues at the Wilkinson Library.  “A Director Retrospective- The Great Hal Ashby,” will feature HAROLD AND MAUDE (1971, 91 minutes, Rated PG), Tomorrow, 6-8pm.

  • Wilkinson Library will host a free legal clinic for parties who have no attorney, on Wednesday, Jan. 9th 2-5pm.  Please contact 728-4519 to schedule an appointment.   

  • Saturday and Sunday, January 12th and 13th, check out San Juan Skijoring at the fairgrounds in Ridgeway. The event starts at noon each day. Competitors can sign-up Friday night from 6-9pm at Chipeta Ranch. The full schedule for the weekend can be found at sanjuanskijoring.com.

  • The Wilkinson Library’s first Community Science Fair is Sat. Jan. 26th 5-7PM. All ages are welcome to participate! Visit www.telluridelibrary.org for more information on the guidelines and how to apply. 

  • On January 10th, parents are invited to participate in educational workshops designed to give you support as you raise your little one(s). Free childcare and dinner will be provided. 5:30-6:30pm. The focus of the workshop will be Healthy Habits for Your Children: A Panel with Doctors, Dentists, and Nutritionists.

  • The Ah Haa School’s Regional Exhibition challenges artists to think outside the box by working within one. 12x12. For more information go to ahha.org or call 970.728.3886. Submissions due by 5pm on January 14th.

  • The Lone Cone Fat Bike race will take place in Norwood, January 20th. Find out more about the race and register on-line at www.bikereg.com/loneconefatbike.

  • The Sunflower Theater in Cortez will screen Human Flow, an epic film journey led by the internationally renowned artist Ai Weiwei. Thursday, January 10th, doors at 6:30, film at 7pm. More information can be found at sunflowertheater.org

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Jan
5
6:00 AM06:00

Saturday January 5

Birthdays: ROBERT DUVALL, DIANE KEATON, IRIS DeMENT, PAMELA SUE MARTIN, ANDREW FURNEE, JOHN BENNETT, TOM CLARK, VERN EBERT, BARBEL HACKE, MARILYN MANSON, CAROL LEE, HEATHER SACKETT

At the Nugget: AQUAMAN  5:30 & 8:30pm   (2h 23min PG-13)

 

  • A fun, kid’s art class will be available during Winter Break. Today is the last class offered. At the Mountain Lodge beginning at 4:30pm.

  • The Ah Haa School’s Regional Exhibition challenges artists to think outside the box by working within one. 12x12. For more information go to ahha.org or call 970.728.3886. Submissions due by 5pm on January 14th.

  • Telluride Gold Kings perform tonight at the Bean, 6-8:30pm.

  • The Telluride Nordic Center will offer clinics on Classic Skiing, every Monday, and Skate Skiing, every Tuesday, throughout January. First clinics are January 7th and 8th, 12-1pm at the Nordic Center in Town Park. Call 728-1144 to register.

  • Tonight, the Sherbino Theater will feature the film, THE HUMAN ELEMENT. Follow renowned environmental photographer James Balog as he highlights Americans who are on the frontlines of climate change, inspiring us to re-evaluate our relationship with the natural world. Doors at 6:30, film at 7pm.

  • Trout Steak Revival performs tonight at the Sheridan Opera House, 9pm.

  • Telluride Film Festival’s Cinematheque winter series continues at the Wilkinson Library.  “A Director Retrospective- The Great Hal Ashby,” will feature HAROLD AND MAUDE (1971, 91 minutes, Rated PG), January 7th. 6-8pm.

  • Wilkinson Library will host a free legal clinic for parties who have no attorney, on Wednesday, Jan. 9th 2-5pm.  Please contact 728-4519 to schedule an appointment.   

  • Cub Scout Pack 500/Boy Scout Troop 500 will meet Wednesday, January 9th, 3:30 p.m. at the Elks Lodge. Contact Janet Kask at 708-1264 for more information.

  • The San Juan Mountain Guides will host a first-come, first-served session of Kids Climbing College at the Ouray Ice Park. An opportunity for youth, 7-17, to try the sport for free. Today, 10am-2pm.

  • Join Susie St. Onge the first Tuesday of each month for Mindfulness Meditation. January 8th’s class will focus on Mindfulness For Emotions. 5:30 @ Wilkinson Library.

  • The seventh annual Western Colorado Food and Farm Forum is Jan. 25-26th at the Montrose Pavilion. Farmer Joel Salatin will be the keynote speaker.

  • Pinhead’s winter classes start Monday January 14th! 4th - 6th graders will be building a mini ski and snowboard park at the STEM Lab. On Wednesdays, for kindergarten - 2nd graders, there is now MINI MAKERS, a hands-on class for budding builders and engineers.  On Thursdays, 4th-6th grade girls can join GIRLS CAN CODE at the STEM lab. K-2nd grade Lego fans can participate in Lego Robotics Jr. on Fridays. For more information on these and other programs, or to register, please visit us at www.pinheadinstitute.org

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Jan
4
6:00 AM06:00

Friday January 4

Birthdays: - PATTY LOVELESS, DYAN CANNON, DON SCHULA, FLOYD PATTERSON, ANGELA KIMMEL, BARB SCHEIDEGGER, DIANE ESCHMAN, IRENE VISINTIN, JEFF NORMAN, LINDA MESSIER, SEAN GARRETT, SHERRY ROSE, STU JONES, BILL FANNING, PATRICK WARNE,

 

At the Nugget: AQUAMAN  5:30 & 8:30pm   (2h 23min PG-13)

  • The Telluride Farmers Market’s Winter Market will be open today from noon-4pm at 335 West Colorado, (the west wing where elections take place). The market will be open on Fridays through January.

  • The Telluride Mountain Club will host a Back Country Chat, January 7th at Jagged Edge. 6:15-8:45 pm. The topic will be Welcome Back Winter.

  • A fun, kid’s art class will be available over winter break. Final classes are today and Saturday. At the Mountain Lodge beginning at 4:30pm.

  • Cottonwood trio performs at the Bean tonight, 6pm.

  • Tomorrow, the Sherbino Theater will feature the film, THE HUMAN ELEMENT. Follow renowned environmental photographer James Balog as he highlights Americans who are on the frontlines of climate change, inspiring us to re-evaluate our relationship with the natural world. Doors at 6:30, film at 7pm.

  • Emancipator performs at the Sheridan Opera House tonight, show at 9pm.

  • Today, enjoy free public skating at Hanley Rink, 10am-1:30pm.

  • Wilkinson Library will host a free legal clinic for parties who have no attorney, on Wednesday, Jan. 9th 2-5pm.  Please contact 728-4519 to schedule an appointment.   

  • The Ah Haa School’s Regional Exhibition challenges artists to think outside the box by working within one. 12x12. For more information go to ahha.org or call 970.728.3886. Submissions due by 5pm on January 14th.

  • The Ridgeway Public Library will host a presentation on the Health of the San Miguel Watershed. Monday January, 7th at 1pm.

  • Cub Scout Pack 500/Boy Scout Troop 500 will meet Wednesday, January 9th, 3:30 p.m. at the Elks Lodge. Contact Janet Kask at 708-1264 for more information.

  • The Wilkinson Library’s first Community Science Fair is Sat. Jan. 26th 5-7PM. All ages are welcome to participate! Visit www.telluridelibrary.org for more information on the guidelines and how to apply. 

  • The seventh annual Western Colorado Food and Farm Forum is Jan. 25-26th at the Montrose Pavilion. Farmer Joel Salatin will be the keynote speaker.

  • The San Juan Mountain Guides will host a first-come, first-served session of Kids Climbing College at the Ouray Ice Park. An opportunity for youth, 7-17, to try the sport for free. Saturday, January 5th, 10am-2pm.

  • The Annual Elks Hoop Shoot Free Throw Contest for kids ages 8-13,  is Saturday, January 5, 9am at the Norwood High School Gym. 

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Jan
3
6:00 AM06:00

Thursday January 3

 

Birthdays: BRANDT GARBER, DON SEMI, FAITH HUTTON, SHINE PROTEAU, TONY DARANYI, MICHAEL METZ, JOE NAYMIK, MEL GIBSON, DABNEY COLEMAN, STEPHEN STILLS, CHARLES JOHNSON, GARNET LIVINGSTON TFARI SMITH

At the Nugget:  5:30   THE GRINCH   (1h 26min PG)

                            7:30   THE FRONT RUNNER (1h 53min R)

 

  • Telluride Art Walk is tonight. Participating galleries will stay open late, 5-8pm.

  • The Black Canyon Audubon Society presents White-Tailed Ptarmigan Talk with Conservation biologist Amy Seglund. Tonight at the Montrose Field House, 7pm.

  • The Sherbino Theater will host Amy Friedman of Denver for their Open Bard Poetry. Tonight at 6:30pm.

  • The Telluride Mountain Club will host a Back Country Chat, January 7th at Jagged Edge. 6:15-8:45 pm. The topic will be Welcome Back Winter.

  • Support Telluride Theater tonight at Bingo at the Bean. Cards sold till 6:30, first game called at 7pm.

  • Tour your local ski factory, Tuesdays and Thursday through the ski season! RSVP on line at bitly.com/wagnercustomtour. Explore how custom skis are designed and built! 

  • Tom and Claybrook perform tonight at the Sheridan Bar, 8pm.

  • Saturday January 5th, the Sherbino Theater will feature the film, THE HUMAN ELEMENT. Follow renowned environmental photographer James Balog as he highlights Americans who are on the frontlines of climate change, inspiring us to re-evaluate our relationship with the natural world. Doors at 6:30, film at 7pm.

  • The Lone Cone Fat Bike race will take place in Norwood, January 20th. Find out more about the race and register on-line at www.bikereg.com/loneconefatbike.

  • The Wilkinson Library invites you to join them for a screening of the award-winning film The Martian, tonight at 5:30pm. A great way to get excited for the upcoming Community Science Fair on Sat. Jan. 26th 5-7PM. All ages welcome! Visit telluridelibrary.org for more information on the guidelines and how to apply. 

  • Cub Scout Pack 500/Boy Scout Troop 500 will meet Wednesday, January 9th, 3:30 p.m. at the Elks Lodge. Contact Janet Kask at 708-1264 for more information.

  • The Telluride Nordic Center will offer clinics on Classic Skiing, every Monday, and Skate Skiing, every Tuesday, throughout January. First clinics are January 7th and 8th, 12-1pm at the Nordic Center in Town Park. Call 728-1144 to register.

  • A fun, kid’s art class will be available over winter break. Final classes are this Friday and Saturday. At the Mountain Lodge beginning at 4:30pm.

  • The Annual Elks Hoop Shoot Free Throw Contest for kids ages 8-13,  is Saturday, January 5, 9am at the Norwood High School Gym. Contestants must be at least 8 and no older than 13 as of April 1, 2019, in order to participate. The top three winners in each boys and girls age division will be invited to attend the West District Hoop Shoot Contest in Durango on January 20th.

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Jan
2
6:00 AM06:00

Wednesday January 2

Born on this day: DENNIS OVERLY, NANCY RASMUSSEN, MONIKA CALLARD, JADE RUNNELS, ELSIE MAY WELLS, CHRISTY TURLINGTON,  CUBA GOODING JR.,  SAL BERETELLI, GABRIEL WRIGHT

At the Nugget: 5:30   THE GRINCH   (1h 26min PG)

                            7:30   THE FRONT RUNNER (1h 53min R)

 

  • The Lone Cone Fat Bike race will take place in Norwood, January 20th. Find out more about the race and register on-line at www.bikereg.com/loneconefatbike.

  • The Telluride Mountain Club will host a Back Country Chat, January 7th at Jagged Edge. 6:15-8:45 pm. The topic will be Welcome Back Winter.

  • The Wilkinson Library invites you to join them for a screening of the award-winning film The Martian. A great way to get excited for the upcoming Community Science Fair on Sat. Jan. 26th 5-7PM. All ages welcome! Visit www.telluridelibrary.org for more information on the guidelines and how to apply. 

  • The Black Canyon Audubon Society presents White-Tailed Ptarmigan Talk with Conservation biologist Amy Seglund. Thursday, Jan. 3rd at the Montrose Field House, 7pm.

  • The Ah Haa School’s Regional Exhibition challenges artists to think outside the box by working within one. 12x12. For more information go to ahha.org or call 970.728.3886. Submissions due by 5pm on January 14th.

  • Telluride Gold Kings perform at the bean tonight, 6pm.

  • The Sherbino Theater will host Amy Friedman of Denver for their Open Bard Poetry. Tomorrow, Jan. 3rd at 6:30pm.

  • The Telluride High School Philanthropy Club, in conjunction with Reach Out and Read Colorado, is hosting a book drive December through February. Donate New or Gently-Used Children’s Books at designated boxes located at the Elementary and High School, the post office and the library. Books donated will be given to children who receive care at the Telluride Med Center. More information can be found at reachoutandread.org

  • Wilkinson Library will host a free legal clinic for parties who have no attorney, on Wednesday, Jan. 9th 2-5pm. By computer link, volunteer attorneys will answer questions, help fill out forms, and explain the process and procedure for all areas of civil litigation, including family law, property law, probate law, collections, appeals, landlord-tenant law, small claims, veterans issues, and civil protection orders.   Please contact 728-4519 to schedule an appointment.   

  • Telluride Film Festival’s Cinematheque winter series continues at the Wilkinson Library.  “A Director Retrospective- The Great Hal Ashby,” will feature HAROLD AND MAUDE (1971, 91 minutes, Rated PG), January 7th. 6-8pm.

  • Enjoy free public skating today at Hanley Rink, 1:45-4:30pm.

  • Saturday January 5th, the Sherbino Theater will feature the film, THE HUMAN ELEMENT. Follow renowned environmental photographer James Balog as he highlights Americans who are on the frontlines of climate change, inspiring us to re-evaluate our relationship with the natural world. Doors at 6:30, film at 7pm.

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Jan
1
6:00 AM06:00

Tuesday January 1

Born on this day:  FATHER GUIDO SARDUCCI, ELLEN DeGENERES, COUNTRY JOE McDONALD, CHELI HOWELL, GEORGE KUCKLY, LEANNE CESARIO, RUSS SKOUSEN, SCOTT BROWN, SUSAN ALLEN, TRACY BREGMAN, CATE BLANCHETT, J.D. SALINGER, LIBBY BIRKENMEIER

At the Nugget:  5:30   THE GRINCH   (1h 26min PG)

                            7:30   THE FRONT RUNNER (1h 53min R)

 

  • The Telluride Nordic Center will offer clinics on Classic Skiing, every Monday, and Skate Skiing, every Tuesday, throughout January. First clinics are January 7th and 8th, 12-1pm at the Nordic Center in Town Park. Call 728-1144 to register.

  • The Telluride Mountain Club will host a Back Country Chat, January 7th at Jagged Edge. 6:15-8:45 pm. The topic will be Welcome Back Winter.

  • The Wilkinson Library will be closed today for the New Year Holiday.

  • The Black Canyon Audubon Society presents White-Tailed Ptarmigan Talk with Conservation biologist Amy Seglund. Thursday, Jan. 3rd at the Montrose Field House, 7pm.

  • The Lone Cone Fat Bike race will take place in Norwood, January 20th. Find out more about the race and register on-line at www.bikereg.com/loneconefatbike.

  • Telluride TV and the Wilkinson Public Library present a 3-part "Mental Health with Dr. Paul" series featuring internationally renowned clinical and consulting psychotherapist Dr. Paul L. Hokemeyer. Next in the series is “When A Bluebird Day Isn't:  Suicide in Our Mountaintown.” Mon. Jan. 14th, 6-8pm.

  • Telluride Film Festival’s Cinematheque winter series continues at the Wilkinson Library.  “A Director Retrospective- The Great Hal Ashby,” will feature HAROLD AND MAUDE (1971, 91 minutes, Rated PG), January 7th. 6-8pm.

  • Applications for the 2019 Colorado Master Gardener Course are being accepted currently. For more information and applications, go to sanmiguel.colostate.edu or call 970-327-4393.

  • The Sherbino Theater will host Amy Friedman of Denver for their Open Bard Poetry. Thursday, Jan. 3rd at 6:30pm.

  • The Wilkinson Library invites you to join them for a screening of the award-winning film The Martian!  A great way to get excited for their upcoming Community Science Fair on Sat. Jan. 26th 5-7PM. All ages welcome! Visit www.telluridelibrary.org for more information on the guidelines and how to apply. 

  • Tour your local ski factory, Tuesdays and Thursday through the ski season! RSVP on line at bitly.com/wagnercustomtour. Explore how custom skis are designed and built! 

  • Saturday January 5th, the Sherbino Theater will feature the film, THE HUMAN ELEMENT. Follow renowned environmental photographer James Balog as he highlights Americans who are on the frontlines of climate change, inspiring us to re-evaluate our relationship with the natural world. Doors at 6:30, film at 7pm.

  • Wilkinson Public Library is excited to announce that as of January 2nd, the library is going fine free.  There will be no fines for overdue materials.  

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Dec
31
6:00 AM06:00

Monday December 31

Born on this day: ANTHONY HOPKINS, VAL KILMER, DONNA SUMMER, PATTI SMITH, JOHN DENVER, NOEL JONES, DON MITCHELL, JOANNA BALLARD, BILL WENGER, MEGAN MORRISSETTE, TONY SAVASTANO, KATE LUNDAHL, NICK KENNEDY

At the Nugget: THE NUGGET IS CLOSED TONIGHT

  • The New Year’s Torchlight Parade IS TONIGHT. Skiers will come down BOTH side of the resort beginning at 6:30pm.

  • Ouray will celebrate the New Year with a fireworks display on Main St. at midnight.

  • Trico performs at the Sheridan Bar tonight, 10pm.

  • Brooke and Dane Robinson perform at the Bean tonight, 6pm.

  • Telluride will ring in the New Year with a short fireworks display on Colorado Ave, between Aspen and Fir Street, tonight beginning at 11:30pm. Please, no glass, open containers, or personal fireworks.

  • The Ouray Elks Lodge will host a New Years Eve Party, 7pm.

  • Robert Randolph and the Family Band perform at the Sheridan Opera House tonight, show at 10:30pm.

  • Joint Point will perform at Wood Ear tonight.

  • The Sherbino Theater will host Amy Friedman of Denver for their Open Bard Poetry. Thursday, Jan. 3rd at 6:30pm.

  •  The Black Canyon Audubon Society presents White-Tailed Ptarmigan Talk with Conservation biologist Amy Seglund. Thursday, Jan. 3rd at the Montrose Field House, 7pm.

  • The Lone Cone Fat Bike race will take place in Norwood, January 20th. Find out more about the race and register on-line at www.bikereg.com/loneconefatbike.

  • Telluride TV and the Wilkinson Public Library present a 3-part "Mental Health with Dr. Paul" series featuring internationally renowned clinical and consulting psychotherapist Dr. Paul L. Hokemeyer. Next in the series is “When A Bluebird Day Isn't:  Suicide in Our Mountaintown.” Mon. Jan. 14th, 6-8pm.

  • The Ah Haa School’s Regional Exhibition challenges artists to think outside the box by working within one. 12x12. For more information go to ahha.org or call 970.728.3886. Submissions due by 5pm on January 14th.

  • The Telluride Nordic Center will offer clinics on Classic Skiing, every Monday, and Skate Skiing, every Tuesday, throughout January. First clinics are January 7th and 8th, 12-1pm at the Nordic Center in Town Park. Call 728-1144 to register.

  • The Telluride Mountain Club will host a Back Country Chat, January 7th at Jagged Edge. 6:15-8:45 pm. The topic will be Welcome Back Winter.

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Dec
30
6:00 AM06:00

Sunday December 30

Birthdays:   TIGER WOODS, SUZY BOGGUSS, MIKE NESMITH, SKEETER DAVIS, BEN JOHNSON, NICK KENNEDY, CLINT VIEBROCK, ANDREW HIRSCH, RON SHINN, DAVID POTTER, AMY BRAND,  JEFF HALDEMAN, DEAN HOHNBAUM, TRACY ULLMAN, RUDYARD KIPLING, SARA SCOTT

At the Nugget:   5:30   THE GRINCH   (1h 26min PG)

                            7:30   THE FRONT RUNNER (1h 53min R)

 

  • The Telluride Nordic Center will offer clinics on Classic Skiing, every Monday, and Skate Skiing, every Tuesday, throughout January. First clinics are January 7th and 8th, 12-1pm at the Nordic Center in Town Park. Call 728-1144 to register.

  • The Telluride Mountain Club will host a Back Country Chat, January 7th at Jagged Edge. 6:15-8:45 pm. The topic will be Welcome Back Winter.

  • The New Year’s Torchlight Parade will take place Dec. 31st at 6:30 pm. Skiers will come down BOTH side of the resort.

  • A fun, kid’s art class will be available every Friday, Saturday and Sunday during Winter Break, today, through January 5th. At the Mountain Lodge beginning at 4:30pm

  • The town of Telluride will ring in the New Year with a fireworks display on Colorado Ave, between Aspen and Fir Street, 11:30pm-12:30 am, New Year’s Eve. Please, no glass, open containers, or personal fireworks.

  • The Lone Cone Fat Bike race will take place in Norwood, January 20th. Find out more about the race and register on-line at www.bikereg.com/loneconefatbike.

  • Telluride TV and the Wilkinson Public Library present a 3-part "Mental Health with Dr. Paul" series featuring internationally renowned clinical and consulting psychotherapist Dr. Paul L. Hokemeyer. Next in the series is “When A Bluebird Day Isn't:  Suicide in Our Mountaintown.” Mon. Jan. 14th, 6-8pm.

  • The Ah Haa School’s Regional Exhibition challenges artists to think outside the box by working within one. 12x12. For more information go to ahha.org or call 970.728.3886. Submissions due by 5pm on January 14th.

  • Applications for the 2019 Colorado Master Gardener Course are being accepted currently. For more information and applications, go to sanmiguel.colostate.edu or call 970-327-4393.

  • Join Susie Meade for Qi Gong at the Ah Haa every Monday and Wednesday morning, 8:45-9:45am. Classes will run through the ski season.

  • The Black Canyon Audubon Society presents White-Tailed Ptarmigan Talk with Conservation biologist Amy Seglund. Thursday, Jan. 3rd at the Montrose Field House, 7pm.

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Dec
29
6:00 AM06:00

Saturday December 29

Birthdays: JON VOIGHT, TED DANSON, MARIANNE FAITHFULL, TOM CONYERS, KARRIE DISTEFANO, TESSA HEADY, PAUL HORRIGAN, JIM PRENDERGAST, MICHELE RAY, ROBERT TULLER, GINNY VERNEY, MICHELLE McCULLOUGH, MARY TYLER MOORE, JENNIFER BECK

 

At the Nugget:   5:30   THE GRINCH   (1h 26min PG)

                            7:30   THE FRONT RUNNER (1h 53min R)

 

  • The Hot Sardines perform tonight at the Sheridan Opera House as part of their Holiday Concert Series. 8pm.

  • The Telluride Nordic Center will offer clinics on Classic Skiing, every Monday, and Skate Skiing, every Tuesday, throughout January. First clinics are January 7th and 8th, 12-1pm at the Nordic Center in Town Park. Call 728-1144 to register.

  • The Telluride Mountain Club will host a Back Country Chat, January 7th at Jagged Edge. 6:15-8:45 pm. The topic will be Welcome Back Winter.

  • The New Years Torchlight Parade will take place Dec. 31st at 6:30 pm. Skiers will come down BOTH side of the resort.

  • A fun, kid’s art class will be available every Friday, Saturday and Sunday during Winter Break, today, through January 5th. At the Mountain Lodge beginning at 4:30pm

  • The town of Telluride will ring in the New Year with a fireworks display on Colorado Ave, between Aspen and Fir Street, 11:30pm-12:30 am, New Year’s Eve. Please, no glass, open containers, or personal fireworks.

  • The Sherbino Theater will host Amy Friedman of Denver for their Open Bard Poetry. Thursday, Jan. 3rd at 6:30pm.

  • The Wilkinson Public Library presents Telluride Film Festival’s Cinematheque winter series “A Director Retrospective- The Great Hal Ashby.” Don’t miss HAROLD AND MAUDE (1971, 91 minutes, Rated PG) on January 7th, 6-8pm.

  • The Lone Cone Fat Bike race will take place in Norwood, January 20th. Find out more about the race and register on-line at www.bikereg.com/loneconefatbike.

  • Telluride TV and the Wilkinson Public Library present a 3-part "Mental Health with Dr. Paul" series featuring internationally renowned clinical and consulting psychotherapist Dr. Paul L. Hokemeyer. Next in the series is “When A Bluebird Day Isn't:  Suicide in Our Mountaintown.” Mon. Jan. 14th, 6-8pm.

  • The Ah Haa School’s Regional Exhibition challenges artists to think outside the box by working within one. 12x12. For more information go to ahha.org or call 970.728.3886. Submissions due by 5pm on January 14th.

  • Sheep Mountain Alliance invites you to a night of skating, stars and festive fun at their December fundraising event. December 30th, 6-9:30 at Hanley Rink. E-mail rebecca@sheepmountainallinace.org for more information.

  • The Telluride Gold Kings perform tonight at the Bean, 6pm.

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Dec
28
6:00 AM06:00

Friday December 28

Birthdays: MARTIN MILNER, DENZEL WASHINGTON, JAY BURGESS, RICH DONOVAN, CHARLES GRANDEY, CLAUDIA JOUBET, AMY JEPSON, MARY JOHNSON,  ANN THOMPSON, DEA TISDALE, GARY BRODERICK, FREDDIE ROUFA, CHRIS TAMULONIS, DAVID HALL, RYAN TAYLOR,

At the Nugget:  5:30   THE GRINCH   (1h 26min PG)

                            7:30   THE FRONT RUNNER (1h 53min R)

 

  • A memorial for Rudy Eisner will be held today at 65 Hillside Lane, 5-7pm. Share memories and stories. RSVP to 520-465-6600.

  • The Telluride High School Philanthropy Club, in conjunction with Reach Out and Read Colorado, is hosting a book drive December through February. Donate New or Gently-Used Children’s Books at designated boxes located at the Elementary and High School, the post office and the library. Books donated will be given to children who receive care at the Telluride Med Center. More information can be found at reachoutandread.org

  • The Telluride Nordic Center will offer clinics on Classic Skiing, every Monday, and Skate Skiing, every Tuesday, throughout January. First clinics are January 7th and 8th, 12-1pm at the Nordic Center in Town Park. Call 728-1144 to register.

  • The Telluride Mountain Club will host a Back Country Chat, January 7th at Jagged Edge. 6:15-8:45 pm. The topic will be Welcome Back Winter.

  •  Still looking for something to do on NYE? Join the Ah Haa for an evening of fine dining, art and storytelling featuring Chris Miller & Craig Childs. Call (970) 728-3886 to reserve.

  • Sheep Mountain Alliance invites you to a night of skating, stars and festive fun at their December fundraising event. December 30th, 6-9:30 at Hanley Rink. E-mail rebecca@sheepmountainallinace.org for more information.

  • The Downlow is back with a night of Holiday themed storytelling. Tonight, 8pm at the Black Box Theater at the Palm.

  • The Sunflower Theater in Cortez will screen Human Flow, an epic film journey led by the internationally renowned artist Ai Weiwei. Thursday, January 10th, doors at 6:30, film at 7pm. More information can be found at sunflowertheater.org

  • The town of Telluride will ring in the New Year with a fireworks display on Colorado Ave, between Aspen and Fir Street, 11:30pm-12:30 am, New Year’s Eve.

  • A fun, kid’s art class will be available every Friday, Saturday and Sunday during Winter Break, today, through January 5th. At the Mountain Lodge beginning at 4:30pm.

  •  Modern Folk Duo, National Park Radio, performs at the Wright Opera House. Today, 7:30pm.

  • The New Years Eve Torchlight Parade will take place Dec. 31st, 6:30pm on BOTH sides of the ski resort.

  • Freddy and Francine perform tonight at the Sheridan Opera House as part of their Holiday Concert Series. 8pm.

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Dec
27
6:00 AM06:00

Thursday December 27

Born on this Day: KARLA BONOFF, SCOTTY MOORE, PEGGY TOLL, JOSH WEINSTEIN, TOM STEELE, PATTY CRAIGUE, JAKE JACOBSON, MICHAEL LYONS, COKIE ROBERTS, GERARD DEPARDIEU, LOUIS PASTEUR, MARLENE DIETRICH

At the Nugget:    THE GRINCH 5:30 & 7:30pm (1h 26min PG)

 

  • The Telluride Education Foundation is hosting a screening of the documentary 'Generation Wealth' (rated R) followed by a Q&A with the film’s director, Lauren Greenfield. Event proceeds support the Telluride School District. At the Palm Theater, tonight, film starts at 5:45 p.m.

  • Cory Henry and the Funk Apostles perform tonight at Club Red, doors at 8pm.

  • The New Years Eve Torchlight Parade will take place Dec. 31st, 6:30pm on BOTH sides of the ski resort.

  • A memorial for Rudy Eisner will be held Friday, Dec. 28th at 65 Hillside Lane, 5-7pm. Share memories and stories. RSVP to 520-465-6600.

  • John Oates with Guthrie Trapp and Josh Day, performs at the Sheridan Opera House, as part of their Holiday Concert Series, tonnight, 8pm.

  • The Wilkinson Library will host APPy Hour, today, 5-6pm. Bring your new tablet or phone in and learn how to use it!

  • Sheep Mountain Alliance invites you to a night of skating, stars and festive fun at their December fundraising event. December 30th, 6-9:30 at Hanley Rink. E-mail rebecca@sheepmountainallinace.org for more information.

  • The Downlow is back with a night of Holiday themed storytelling. Dec. 28th, 8pm at the Black Box Theater at the Palm.

  • The Sunflower Theater in Cortez will screen Human Flow, an epic film journey led by the internationally renowned artist Ai Weiwei. Thursday, January 10th, doors at 6:30, film at 7pm. More information can be found at sunflowertheater.org

  • Support Telluride Theater at Bingo at the Bean, tonight. Cards sold till 6:30, first game called at 7pm.

  • Modern Folk Duo, National Park Radio, performs at the Wright Opera House. Tomorrow, 7:30pm.

  • Tom and Claybrook perform at the Sheridan Bar, tonight, 8pm.

  • A fun, kid’s art class will be available every Friday, Saturday and Sunday during Winter Break, this coming weekend, through January 5th. At the Mountain Lodge beginning at 4:30pm

  • The Telluride Mountain Club will host a Back Country Chat, January 7th at Jagged Edge. 6:15-8:45 pm. The topic will be Welcome Back Winter.

  • Still looking for something to do on NYE? Join us at the Ah Haa for an evening of fine dining, art and storytelling featuring Chris Miller & Craig Childs. Only two tables left! Call (970) 728-3886 to reserve.

  • The town of Telluride will ring in the New Year with a fireworks display on Colorado Ave, between Aspen and Fir Street, 11:30pm-12:30 am, New Year’s Eve.

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Dec
26
6:00 AM06:00

Wednesday December 26

Born on this day: - STEVE ALLEN, ALAN KING, JAKE McTIGUE, LINDA JIROUX, FAITH CLICK, DAVID LESNOW, DAVE MALLETTE, DAVID PILLSBURY, WILLIAM SMETHURST, RICHARD VAN ASPEREN, MIKE WENTWORTH, PETER CHADMAN, JOHN GALLEGOS, DEREE BRAND, PHIL SPECTOR, HENRY MILLER,  JAKE McTIGUE

At the Nugget: THE GRINCH 5:30 & 7:30pm (1h 26min PG)

 

  • Mountainfilm's Annual Film Night Fundraiser will feature a silent auction and special screening of 2018's "Science Fair." Tonight at the Sheridan Opera House, screenings at 5 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. 

  • Cory Henry and the Funk Apostles perform tomorrow night at Club Red, doors at 8pm.

  • The Downlow is back with a night of Holiday themed storytelling. Dec. 28th, 8pm at the Black Box Theater at the Palm.

  • Sheep Mountain Alliance invites you to a night of skating, stars and festive fun at their December fundraising event. December 30th, 6-9:30 at Hanley Rink. E-mail rebecca@sheepmountainallinace.org for more information.

  • The Telluride Education Foundation is hosting a screening of the documentary 'Generation Wealth' (rated R) followed by a Q&A with the film’s director, Lauren Greenfield. Event proceeds support the Telluride School District. At the Palm Theater, tmorrow, film starts at 5:45 p.m.

  • The Ah Haa School’s Regional Exhibition challenges artists to think outside the box by working within one. 12x12. For more information go to ahha.org or call 970.728.3886. Submissions due by 5pm on January 14th.

  • Telluride Gold Kings perform at the Bean tonight, 6pm.

  • The Wright Opera House will have a showing of the film “I Can Only Imagine,” tonight, 7pm.

  • The Wilkinson Library will host APPy Hour, tomorrow 5-6pm. Bring your new tablet or phone in and learn how to use it!

  • The Sunflower Theater in Cortez will screen Human Flow, an epic film journey led by the internationally renowned artist Ai Weiwei. Thursday, January 10th, doors at 6:30, film at 7pm. More information can be found at sunflowertheater.org

  • John Oates with Guthrie Trapp and Josh Day, perform at the Sheridan Opera House, as part of their Holiday Concert Series, tomorrow, 8pm.

  • The Telluride Nordic Center will offer clinics on Classic Skiing, every Monday, and Skate Skiing, every Tuesday, throughout January. First clinics are January 7th and 8th, 12-1pm at the Nordic Center in Town Park. Call 728-1144 to register.

  • A memorial for Rudy Eisner will be held Friday, Dec. 28th at 65 Hillside Lane, 5-7pm. Share memories and stories. RSVP to 520-465-6600.

  • The New Years Eve Torchlight Parade will take place Dec. 31st, 6:30pm on BOTH sides of the ski resort.

  • The town of Telluride will ring in the New Year with a fireworks display on Colorado Ave, between Aspen and Fir Street, 11:30pm-12:30 am, New Year’s Eve.

  • With 2018 coming to a close, KOTO would like to thank you, the listener, for your generosity and support! Happy New Year from everyone here at KOTO!

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Dec
25
9:30 AM09:30

Tuesday December 25

Born on this day: JIMMY BUFFETT, ANNIE LENNOX, SISSY SPACEK,  RICKEY HENDERSON, KANDEE DeGRAW SHERMAN,  KARL KYLE, MICHAEL LEVITAS,  BRIAN O’NEIL, ABBY PAULSON, WILL POWER, JIM WHITAKER, LYNN RAE LOWE, ROD STERLING,  BARBARA MANDRELL,

At the Nugget: THE GRINCH 5:30 & 7:30pm (1h 26min PG)

 

  • The Downlow is back with a night of Holiday themed storytelling. Dec. 28th, 8pm at the Black Box Theater at the Palm.

  • Join Susie Meade Mondays & Wednesdays from 8:45 – 9:45am for Qi Gong at the Ah Haa School. Classes will run through the Ski Season.

  •  Tour your local ski factory, Tuesdays and Thursday through the ski season! RSVP on line at bitly.com/wagnercustomtour. Explore how custom skis are designed and built! 

  •  Mountainfilm's Annual Film Night Fundraiser will feature a silent auction and special screening of 2018's "Science Fair." December 26th at the Sheridan Opera House, screenings at 5 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. 

  • The Telluride High School Philanthropy Club, in conjunction with Reach Out and Read Colorado, is hosting a book drive December through February. Donate New or Gently-Used Children’s Books at designated boxes located at the Elementary and High School, the post office and the library. Books donated will be given to children who receive care at the Telluride Med Center. More information can be found at reachoutandread.org

  • Sheep Mountain Alliance invites you to a night of skating, stars and festive fun at their December fundraising event. December 30th, 6-9:30 at Hanley Rink. E-mail rebecca@sheepmountainallinace.org for more information.

  • The Wilkinson Library is closed today the Christmas holiday.

  • The Telluride Education Foundation is hosting a screening of the documentary 'Generation Wealth' (rated R) followed by a Q&A with the film’s director, Lauren Greenfield. Event proceeds support the Telluride School District. At the Palm Theater, Dec. 27th, film starts at 5:45 p.m.

  • The Ah Haa School’s Regional Exhibition challenges artists to think outside the box by working within one. 12x12. For more information go to ahha.org or call 970.728.3886. Submissions due by 5pm on January 14th.

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Dec
24
9:30 AM09:30

Monday December 24

Born on this day: NOELLE SARTARIO, ROY HOWELL, RICKY MARTIN, EDDIE POPE, DEGREY PHILLIPS, LYNDA STACK, DALE YOCUM, MICHAEL HULST, SHAWN LUNDBERG, KIT CARSON, AVA GARDNER

 

At the Nugget:  THE NUGGET IS CLOSED TONIGHT

 

  • The Telluride High School Philanthropy Club, in conjunction with Reach Out and Read Colorado, is hosting a book drive December through February. Donate New or Gently-Used Children’s Books at designated boxes located at the Elementary and High School, the post office and the library. Books donated will be given to children who receive care at the Telluride Med Center. More information can be found at reachoutandread.org

  • Sheep Mountain Alliance invites you to a night of skating, stars and festive fun at their December fundraising event. December 30th, 6-9:30 at Hanley Rink. E-mail rebecca@sheepmountainallinace.org for more information.

  • The Wilkinson Library is closed today and Tuesday for the Christmas holiday.

  • Don’t miss the CHRISTMAS EVE TORCHLIGHT PARADE, Dec. 24.  6:30 p.m. Skiers will come down Telluride Trail into town.

  • The Telluride Education Foundation is hosting a screening of the documentary 'Generation Wealth' (rated R) followed by a Q&A with the film’s director, Lauren Greenfield. Event proceeds support the Telluride School District. At the Palm Theater, Dec. 27th, film starts at 5:45 p.m.

  • Tyler Simmons performs at the bean tonight, 6pm.

  • Mountainfilm's Annual Film Night Fundraiser will feature a silent auction and special screening of 2018's "Science Fair." December 26th at the Sheridan Opera House, screenings at 5 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. 

  • The Downlow is back with a night of Holiday themed storytelling. Dec. 28th, 8pm at the Black Box Theater at the Palm.

  • The Ah Haa School’s Regional Exhibition challenges artists to think outside the box by working within one. 12x12. For more information go to ahha.org or call 970.728.3886. Submissions due by 5pm on January 14th.

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Dec
23
6:00 AM06:00

Sunday December 23

 

Birthdays:  COREY HAIM, SUSAN LUCCI, PAUL HORNUNG, EDDIE VEDDER,  FLETCHER SCHULER, DOUG WOLFE, STEVEN BURKUS, DAVE McDONNELL, THOMAS PAFFEL,  GARY WHITFIELD, DENNIS ZELLER, HARRY SHEARER

At the Nugget:   THE GRINCH 5:30 & 7:30pm (1h 26min PG)

 

  • A fun, kid’s art class will be available every Friday, Saturday and Sunday during Winter Break, today, through January 5th. At the Mountain Lodge beginning at 4:30pm.

  • The Telluride Education Foundation is hosting a screening of the documentary 'Generation Wealth' (rated R) followed by a Q&A with the film’s director, Lauren Greenfield. Event proceeds support the Telluride School District. At the Palm Theater, Dec. 27th, film starts at 5:45 p.m.

  • Telluride's favorite Peter Pans are back TONIGHT with DUDE AND BRO GET REAL. An original comedy with music by Telluride Theatre! At the Sherbino Theater in Ridgeway tonight @ 8pm. Final Showing!

  • The Ah Haa School’s Regional Exhibition challenges artists to think outside the box by working within one. 12x12. For more information go to ahha.org or call 970.728.3886. Submissions due by 5pm on January 14th.

  • Palm Arts Dance Presents The Nutcracker. Today at 3pm.

  • Don’t miss the CHRISTMAS EVE TORCHLIGHT PARADE, Dec. 24.  6:30 p.m. Skiers will come down Telluride Trail into town.

  • The Telluride Nordic Center will offer clinics on Classic Skiing, every Monday, and Skate Skiing, every Tuesday, throughout January. First clinics are January 7th and 8th, 12-1pm at the Nordic Center in Town Park. Call 728-1144 to register.

  • Mountainfilm's Annual Film Night Fundraiser will feature a silent auction and special screening of 2018's "Science Fair." December 26th at the Sheridan Opera House, screenings at 5 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. 

  • TONIGHT, the Sheridan will have two showings of Warren Miller's 69th ski film "Face of Winter" at 5:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. After party with DJ Kentendo in the SHOW Bar. 

  • The Wilkinson Library will be closed tomorrow and Tuesday for the Christmas holiday.

  • Sheep Mountain Alliance invites you to a night of skating, stars and festive fun at their December fundraising event. December 30th, 6-9:30 at Hanley Rink. E-mail rebecca@sheepmountainallinace.org for more information.

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Dec
22
6:00 AM06:00

Saturday December 22

Birthdays: LADY BIRD JOHNSON, ROBIN & MAURICE GIBB, BARBARA BILLINGSLY, RALPH FINNES, RED STEAGALL, STEVE GARVEY, STEVE CARLTON, MIKE FRIEDMAN, BRUCE GILLESPIE, BILL KEES, STEVE WEST, KIMBERLY RUSSELL, ANNE TROSHYNSKI, DIANE SAWYER,

 

At the Nugget: THE GRINCH 5:30 & 7:30pm (1h 26min PG)

  • Applications for the 2019 Colorado Master Gardener Course are available. Applications for Master Gardener track must be in as soon as possible so we can interview candidates who want to volunteer.  For more information and applications, go to our website at sanmiguel.colostate.edu or call 970-327-4393.

  • The Colorado Drag Project is bringing the holiday spirit to Telluride. Don’t miss A Very Blowing Christmas at O’Bannon’s, tonight at 8pm. coloradodragproject.com for more info.

  • The Telluride High School Philanthropy Club, in conjunction with Reach Out and Read Colorado, is hosting a book drive December through February. Donate New or Gently-Used Children’s Books at designated boxes located at the Elementary and High School, the post office and the library. Books donated will be given to children who receive care at the Telluride Med Center. More information can be found at reachoutandread.org

  • The Telluride Education Foundation is hosting a screening of the documentary 'Generation Wealth' (rated R) followed by a Q&A with the film’s director, Lauren Greenfield. Event proceeds support the Telluride School District. At the Palm Theater, Dec. 27th, film starts at 5:45 p.m.

  • Mountainfilm's Annual Film Night Fundraiser will feature a silent auction and special screening of 2018's "Science Fair." December 26th at the Sheridan Opera House, screenings at 5 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. 

  • A fun, kid’s art class will be available every Friday, Saturday and Sunday during Winter Break, today, through January 5th. At the Mountain Lodge beginning at 4:30pm.

  • Telluride's favorite Peter Pans are back TONIGHT with DUDE AND BRO GET REAL. An original comedy with music by Telluride Theatre! At the Sherbino Theater in Ridgeway tonight and tomorrow @ 8pm.

  • The Ah Haa School’s Regional Exhibition challenges artists to think outside the box by working within one. 12x12. For more information go to ahha.org or call 970.728.3886. Submissions due by 5pm on January 14th.

  • Telluride Gold Kings perform tonight at the Bean, 6-8:30pm.

  • Palm Arts Dance Presents two performances of The Nutcracker. Tonight  at 6pm and again on the 23rd, at 3pm.

  • Don’t miss the CHRISTMAS EVE TORCHLIGHT PARADE, Dec. 24.  6:30 p.m. Skiers will come down Telluride Trail into town.

  • The Telluride Nordic Center will offer clinics on Classic Skiing, every Monday, and Skate Skiing, every Tuesday, throughout January. First clinics are January 7th and 8th, 12-1pm at the Nordic Center in Town Park. Call 728-1144 to register.

  • Folk Singer Shawn Colvin performs tonight at the Sheridan Opera House, 8pm.

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Dec
21
6:00 AM06:00

Friday December 21

Birthdays: JANE FONDA, PHIL DONAHUE, CHRIS EVERT,  SAMUEL L. JACKSON, BRUCE GILMAN, CHRIS CORCORAN, MICHELLE SWANSON, JACK HARRISON,  CHRIS KIMBLE, DIANE MARCHAL, MARGO REED, NIKKI CLIFTON, CHRIS BRENNAN, JUSTIN ESCH,  BOB CAMPBELL, PAUL KHAIT, CHRIS TINKHAM, FLO JOYNER,  JOE PATERNO

At the Nugget:    THE GRINCH 5:30 & 7:30pm (1h 26min PG)

 

  • The Telluride Yoga Center will host a Solstice Celebration, benefiting the San Miguel Resource Center. Tonight, 7-8:30pm.

  • The Colorado Drag Project is bringing the holiday spirit to Telluride. Don’t miss the Drag Cabaret Dinner and Benefit Show for the San Miguel Resource Center. TONIGHT 6pm at Sideworks. The entertainment continues with a Very Blowing Christmas at O’Bannon’s, December 22nd at 8pm. coloradodragproject.com for more info.

  • Palm Arts Dance Presents two performances of The Nutcracker. December 22nd  at 6pm and again on the 23rd, at 3pm.

  • A winter solstice memorial celebration for former KOTO DJ and longtime area resident Billy Joe Moffat will be held at 4 p.m. today, at the Dolores Community Center. Please bring cuisine or libations, your smile, and memories of Billy. In lieu of flowers, the family has asked that donations be made to KOTO Community Radio by calling (970) 728-4334 or by going to koto.org and clicking the donate button.

  • Join a Community Solstice Celebration today at Chipeta Lodge in Ridgeway. Celebrate the longer days with poems, stories and songs, 5-6:30pm.

  • A fun, kid’s art class will be available every Friday, Saturday and Sunday during Winter Break, beginning today, December 21st, through January 5th. At the Mountain Lodge beginning at 4:30pm.

  • Don’t miss the CHRISTMAS EVE TORCHLIGHT PARADE, Dec. 24.  6:30 p.m. Skiers will come down Telluride Trail into town.

  • The Telluride Education Foundation is hosting a screening of the documentary 'Generation Wealth' (rated R) followed by a Q&A with the film’s director, Lauren Greenfield. Event proceeds support the Telluride School District. At the Palm Theater, Dec. 27th, film starts at 5:45 p.m.

  • The Telluride Nordic Center will offer clinics on Classic Skiing, every Monday, and Skate Skiing, every Tuesday, throughout January. First clinics are January 7th and 8th, 12-1pm at the Nordic Center in Town Park. Call 728-1144 to register.

  • Mountainfilm's Annual Film Night Fundraiser will feature a silent auction and special screening of 2018's "Science Fair." December 26th at the Sheridan Opera House, screenings at 5 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. 

  • Telluride's favorite Peter Pans are back TONIGHT with DUDE AND BRO GET REAL. An original comedy with music by Telluride Theatre! Final showing tonight in Telluride, at the Sheridan Opera House, 8pm. This is the final showing in Telluride. Telluride Theater will bring the performance to the Sherbino Theater in Ridgeway on Dec. 22 & 23 @ 8pm.

  • Tom and Claybrook perform at the Bean tonight, 6pm.

  • The Ouray Elks Stocking Stuffing and Potluck takes place tonight, 6pm. Help prepare for the annual Santa Delivers event to Ouray County homes on Christmas Eve. Call 970-596-1219 for more information on ways to volunteer.

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Dec
20
6:00 AM06:00

Thursday December 20

Birthdays: KIEFER SUTHERLAND, BILLY BRAGG,  URI GELLER, NORM SCOTT, TRICIA GREENWOOD, JESSIE JAMES, CORRINE GUY, JULIE KAUFMAN, CHRISTINE SPAGNOLO, JOSEPH KNIGHT, BOB HAYES,

At the Nugget:  6:15     TFF Presents MID 90s    (1h 25min R)

                           8:00     WIDOWS      (2h 9min R)

 

  • Telluride's favorite Peter Pans are back TONIGHT with DUDE AND BRO GET REAL. An original comedy with music by Telluride Theatre! At the Sheridan Opera House through Dec. 21st, 8pm nightly. Telluride Theater will bring the performance to the Sherbino Theater in Ridgeway on Dec. 22 & 23 @ 8pm.

  • Spanish Happy Hour @ Esperanza's meets today 5:00 pm. Practice Spanish with Jill and Gloria from the library and other Spanish speakers from the community. All levels are welcome!

  • The Wilkinson Library invites kids to come by after school for food, games, and crafts at their Holiday Party. Today, 3:45-5pm.

  • Support Telluride Theater tonight at Bingo at the Bean. Cards sold till 6:30, first game called at 7pm.

  • Today, Ridgeway Yoga Shala welcomes you to experience Kirtan, call and response chanting, with Melanie Law and guest drummer Jonathon Barfield. 6-7:30pm.

  • A winter solstice memorial celebration for former KOTO DJ and longtime area resident Billy Joe Moffat will be held at 4 p.m. tomorrow, December 21st, at the Dolores Community Center. Please bring cuisine or libations, your smile, and memories of Billy. In lieu of flowers, the family has asked that donations be made to KOTO Community Radio by calling (970) 728-4334 or by going to koto.org and clicking the donate button.

  • TRICO performs at the Sheridan Bar tonight, 8pm.

  • The Telluride Nordic Center will offer clinics on Classic Skiing, every Monday, and Skate Skiing, every Tuesday, throughout January. First clinics are January 7th and 8th, 12-1pm at the Nordic Center in Town Park. Call 728-1144 to register.

  • ATTENTION ARTISTS! 2019 Small Grant Applications are due TODAY, DECEMBER 20 by midnight. The Telluride Arts Small Grants program is a long-term investment to develop the expertise of local artists. More information and the application form are found at ahhaa.org.

  • Don’t miss the CHRISTMAS EVE TORCHLIGHT PARADE, Dec. 24.  6:30 p.m. Skiers will come down Telluride Trail into town.

  • Join a Community Solstice Celebration tomorrow at Chipeta Lodge in Ridgeway. Celebrate the longer days with poems, stories and songs, 5-6:30pm.

  • Mountainfilm's Annual Film Night Fundraiser will feature a silent auction and special screening of 2018's "Science Fair." December 26th at the Sheridan Opera House, screenings at 5 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. 

  • The Telluride Education Foundation is hosting a screening of the documentary 'Generation Wealth' (rated R) followed by a Q&A with the film’s director, Lauren Greenfield. Event proceeds support the Telluride School District. At the Palm Theater, Dec. 27th, film starts at 5:45 p.m.

  • Between the Covers Bookstore invites you to a Holiday Happy Hour Book Launch Party for local author, Nancy B Frank, for her new art book, "Up Close and Personal: The Equine Paintings," tonight, 5 to 6pm.

  • The Telluride Yoga Center will host a Solstice Celebration, benefiting the San Miguel Resource Center. Friday, Dec. 21st, 7-8:30pm.

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