Nov
11
6:00 AM06:00

Monday November 11

Born on this day:  NOV 11  - JONATHAN WINTERS, DEMI MOORE, NARVEL FELTS, JON FOOTE, SCOTT McINTYRE, LYNN SHERLOCK, MOLLY BOYD, ESTHER WHITE, ROBERT DAILY, ANN LEDIN, AMY ERVIN, SHIRLEY ARMBRUSTER, JAMES WOODRUFF, TIFFANY TEDESCO BAUMANN, LORI TRUFFER, SAM DEVENEY, MELISSA BURKHART, MOSE ALLISON, BABS ALTMAN

At the Nugget:  The Addams Family (1 hr. 26min, PG   )  7:00

 

  • The Telluride Arts District’s 2020 Small Grants for Artists are available now at telluridearts.org/small-grants. Applications are due December 19th.

  • The KOTO Ski Swap will take place this Saturday November 16th.  Drop off your sale items on Friday.  Pick-up is Sunday. Sign-up to volunteer and get access to the pre-swap shop! If you’d like to sell items at the swap, come to the KOTO office to buy your tags. For more information and all available shifts, go to koto.org

  • CPR World is offering a Wilderness First Responder course November 22-26 in Telluride. Registration deadline is November 14th. Please visit cprworld.com for more information.

  • Join other bibliophiles at The West End Bistro at The Hotel Telluride on Thursday November 14th for Booze and Books, 5:15-6:15pm. 

  • Come and donate blood Thursday, November 14, any time between 11:00 am and 2:00 pm, in front of the Telluride Courthouse.

  • Tri-County Health Network will host a Behavioral Health Lunch and Learn at the Wilkinson Library on Friday, November 15th, in the main program room from 12:00 to 1:00pm.  Enjoy a free lunch while learning about teletherapy, mental health first aid and other behavioral health programs.  Call 970-708-7096 for more information.

  • Join Elissa Dickson’s Writing Workshop, We Are Our Own Best Medicine, at the library, Wednesday November 13th, 6-8pm. Sign-up is required at telluridelibrary.org.

  • The Wilkinson’s Adult Craft night on Tuesday, November 12th, will be Yarn Wall Hangings. Sign up in advance at telluridelibrary.org.

  • The San Juan Weavers Guild’s 42nd Annual Show & Sale will take place November 23rd, 9am to 4pm, at the Montrose Center for the Arts, 11 S. Park Ave. For information, call Bobbie at 970-249-2981 or email irwin@rmi.net.

  • A free legal clinic for parties, who have no attorney, will be provided Wednesday, November 13th, from 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM Please contact the Wilkinson Public Library at 728-4519 to schedule an appointment.

  • Municipal elections are over, but the race for KOTO's board is just heating up. Tune in to Off the Record at 6 p.m. on Tuesday to hear from Laura Shaunette, Norman Squier, and Claybrook Penn - three of the six candidates running. And stop by the station between 5pm-6pm to meet them in person! If you can't make it to KOTO, join the conversation by calling (970) 728-4333!

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Nov
12
6:00 AM06:00

Tuesday November 12

Born on this day: -NOV 12 - - NEIL YOUNG, AL MICHAELS, NADIA COMANECI, BYRON CURFMAN, COREY FORTENBERRY, RANDI LEVINE, JANET STEINBERG, JODI HASKIN, NORA SCHROEDER, DICK LANNING, LIZ MORAN, JOE SMART, JOHN WILKIE, DAN SHAW,  ERIK BOKER, SAMMY SOSA, DAVID SCHWIMMER

 At the Nugget: 7:00pm  The Addams Family (1 hr. 26min, PG)

 

  • The world-famous KOTO Ski and Sports Swap happens this Saturday November 16 at the Wilkinson Library Parking Garage (10-4).  Drop off the stuff you want to sell Friday from 11-5:30.  Sign-up to volunteer and get access to the pre-swap shop!  If you’re selling items at the swap, stop by the KOTO office (207 N. Pine St.) to buy your tags ($1 ea.). For more information and all available shifts, go to koto.org

  • CPR World is offering First Aid and CPR/AED training on Monday, November 18, 5:00-9:30pm at the Telluride Firehouse. Go to www.cprworld.com to register.

  • The Telluride R-1 School Board of Education is holding focus groups to help determine the next superintendent of schools. Members of the public are invited to attend a meeting either at the TMHS Library on Tuesday, November 19th from 5:30-6:30 pm or at the TES Cafeteria on Wednesday, November 20th from 8:15-9:15 am. School district faculty, staff, students are also participating in focus groups. School board members and Administration will not attend the meetings so that attendees are more comfortable expressing opinions.

  • Join Elissa Dickson’s Writing Workshop, We Are Our Own Best Medicine, at the library, tomorrow, 6-8pm. Sign-up is required at telluridelibrary.org.

  • The community is invited to the Wilkinson’s Community Thanksgiving Potluck this Thursday, 6-8pm. Bring a dish and the recipe to share!

  • Telluride Holiday Arts Bazaar returns this year, November 29 – December 1 at the Elks Lodge. The Bazaar will be open all weekend featuring handmade and unique gifts for everyone on your list and is a great way to shop local this season.

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Nov
10
6:00 AM06:00

Sunday November 10

Birthdays:  NOV 10 - TONIA SPYKE, LIZ GOLDBERG, KEN SINCLAIR, MATT ADAMS, BERT BANDUCCI, BARRY ATHERN, ASPIN BOWERS, MICHAEL HANNA, DEB PIERCE, ROBERT KRIESLER, NATASHA HENNESSY, FORREST SCHMELLA, DONNA FARGO, GREG ALLMAN, ROY SCHEIDER, MacKENZIE PHILLIPS,

 

At the Nugget:   7:00  THE ADDAMS FAMILY (1 hr 26 min,  PG)

 

  • The Telluride Arts District’s 2020 Small Grants for Artists are available now at telluridearts.org/small-grants. Applications are due December 19th.

  • The KOTO Ski Swap will take place Saturday November 16th at the Wilkinson Library Parking Garage. Drop off Friday, Swap on Saturday, pick-up on Sunday.  Sign-up to volunteer and get access to the pre-swap shop! If you’d like to sell items at the swap, come to the KOTO office to buy your tags. For more information and all available shifts, go to koto.org

  • CPR World is offering a Wilderness First Responder course November 22-26 in Telluride. Registration deadline is November 14th. Please visit cprworld.com for more information.

  • Join other bibliophiles at The West End Bistro at The Hotel Telluride on Thursday November 14th for Booze and Books, 5:15-6:15pm. 

  • The Wilkinson’s Adult Craft night on Tuesday, November 12th, will be Yarn Wall Hangings. Sign up in advance at telluridelibrary.org.

  • Tri-County Health Network will host a Behavioral Health Lunch and Learn at the Wilkinson Library on Friday, November 15th, in the main program room from 12:00 to 1:00pm.  Enjoy a free lunch while learning about teletherapy, mental health first aid and other behavioral health programs.  Call 970-708-7096 for more information.

  • Join Elissa Dickson’s Writing Workshop, We Are Our Own Best Medicine, at the library, Wednesday November 13th, 6-8pm. Sign-up is required at telluridelibrary.org.

  • You can now pre-order your Christmas Tree, Wreath or Garland and support the Telluride Education Foundation. Email christmas@tellurideeducation.org to pre-order and to get more  information.

  • Come and donate blood Thursday, November 14, any time between 11:00 am and 2:00 pm, in front of the Telluride Courthouse.

  • Please join the Telluride Yoga Center at the Madeline Hotel, Sunday, December 1st, from 4:30-6:30 pm for an evening of Music, Chant, & Storytelling with Allison Dennis. The Yoga center is offering two sponsorships for in-need persons. Families/children are welcome. (Children under 12 are free). Visit tellurideyoga.com for details.

  • Cousin Curtiss performs at the Sherbino Theater tonight, 7:30pm.

  • Telluride Holiday Arts Bazaar returns this year, November 29 – December 1 at the Elks Lodge. The Bazaar will be open all weekend featuring handmade and unique gifts for everyone on your list and is a great way to shop local this season.

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Nov
9
6:00 AM06:00

Saturday November 9

Birthdays:  SPIRO AGNEW, LOU FERRIGNO, TOM WEISKOPH, WHITEY HERZOG, DAVID SMITH, HILARY WENTWORTH, AARON REECE, RUSS BAKER, TAMI HUNTSMAN, JOHANNES BRUSIS, PEGGY CURRAN, ANNE MUNCH, MARK SILVERSHUR, KRISTEN PIZZICA, LYNN BLACK, BRENDEN TALTY,  PATRICK KURTZ, KEVIN NOVAK, MIKE SMITH, SUSAN TEDESCHI

At the Nugget:  5:30 & 7:30   THE ADDAMS FAMILY   (1 hr 26 min   PG)

 

  • The KOTO Ski Swap will take place Saturday November 16th in the Wilkinson Library Parking garage.  Sign-up to volunteer and get access to the pre-swap shop! If you’d like to sell items at the swap, come to the KOTO office to buy your tags. For more information and all available shifts, go to koto.org

  • The Ridgway Fire Department will host its 3rd Annual Chili Cook-off, today, 4-9pm. Since this event takes place over Veterans Day Weekend, all active Military and Veterans get in for free. All proceeds from the door and bar go to support the Ridgway Volunteer Fire Department. More information can be found on the Ridgeway Fire Department’s Facebook page.

  • Come and donate blood Thursday, November 14, any time between 11:00 am and 2:00 pm, in front of the Telluride Courthouse.

  • The Wilkinson’s Adult Craft night on Tuesday, November 12th, will be Yarn Wall Hangings. Sign up in advance at telluridelibrary.org.

  • A free legal clinic for parties who have no attorney, will be provided Wednesday, November 13th, from 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM Please contact the Wilkinson Public Library at 728-4519 to schedule an appointment.

  • The Ouray Elks Lodge will have a Veteran’s Turkey Bingo and Spaghetti Dinner tonight with all proceeds going to support vets. Dinner at 5:30pm, bingo at 7pm. All are welcome.

  • Performances of TMHS’ musical, Matilda, continue tonight and tomorrow- 7pm nightly at the Palm Theater.

  • The 7th Judicial District is looking for applicants to fill an open seat on its Victim Assistance and Law Enforcement Board. Contact Aimee English at 970-252-4276 or aimee.english@co7da.org for additional information. Applications are due by December 1st.

  • CPR World is offering a Wilderness First Responder course November 22-26 in Telluride. Registration deadline is November 14th. Please visit cprworld.com for more information.

  • The San Juan Weavers Guild’s 42nd Annual Show & Sale will take place November 23rd, 9am to 4pm, at the Montrose Center for the Arts, 11 S. Park Ave. For information, call Bobbie at 970-249-2981 or email irwin@rmi.net.

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Nov
8
6:00 AM06:00

Friday November 8

Birthdays: ERIC JACOBSON, ROS STRONG, SUZANNE DAHL, ED HERRICK, CATHY SOUTTER, TRISH VAN HELTEBRAKE, KEVIN LINDLEY, SCOTT WELLBORN, DAVID HILL, JIM REECE, SHIELA WALD, STEVE PERRIN, JIM KRANE, KEVIN SULLVAN, LINDA HARDY, KATHERINE HEPBURN, BONNIE RAITT, MORLEY SAFER, MARY HART, PATTI PAGE,  RICKY LEE JONES

At the Nugget:  5:30 & 7:30   THE ADDAMS FAMILY   (1 hr 26 min   PG)

    

  • Telluride Ski Patrol and the US Forest Service will begin mandatory howitzer training this morning beginning around 9am and ending around 5pm. The Ski Resort will be CLOSED to ALL travel during Friday’s training.

  • Wagner Skis will host a Local’s Appreciation Day today, 2-6pm.

  • The Annual Veterans Dinner and Services Fair, takes place today at the Telluride Elks Lodge. Doors will open at 5pm, dinner will be at 6pm. Free to veterans and active duty military - all others are $15 per person. Co-sponsored by the Telluride Elks Lodge, American Legion Post #12, and the Elks National Foundation.

  • Rainbow-Rascals-Rockies 47th Annual Fall Fundraiser is tonight, 5:30-9:30 at the Ah Haa School. Get your ticket from a Rainbow-Rascals-Rockies kid or purchase one at the door.

  • Performances of TMHS’ musical, Matilda, begin tonight and continue through the weekend- 7pm nightly at the Palm Theater.

  • The KOTO Ski Swap will take place Saturday November 16th at the Wilkinson Library Parking Garage.  Sign-up to volunteer and get access to the pre-swap shop! If you’d like to sell items at the swap, come to the KOTO office to buy your tags. For more information and all available shifts, go to koto.org

  • The Ridgway Fire Department will host its 3rd Annual Chili Cook-off tomorrow, 4-9pm. To enter a chili into the cook-off, contact Jeff at jctunnicliff@gmail.com. Since this event takes place over Veterans Day Weekend, all active Military and Veterans get in for free. All proceeds from the door and bar go to support the Ridgway Volunteer Fire Department. More information can be found on the Ridgeway Fire Department’s Facebook page.

  • The Annual San Miguel County Thanksgiving Day Turkey Trot Takes place Thursday Nov.28, beginning at 9:30 a.m. Thanksgiving morning.  Register at 9am.  This is a FREE 5K Fun Run/Walk - a great family holiday tradition. There will be prizes and a raffle items.  Costumes are encouraged!  Leashed dogs are welcome! The race starts at the Ilium and Sunshine Mesa Road intersection.  Please park by the Church Camp. Register at  sanmiguelcountyco.gov/turkeytrot and get an extra raffle ticket. For more info please call County Parks & Open Space at 369-5469.

  • The Wilkinson’s Adult Craft night on Tuesday, November 12th, will be Yarn Wall Hangings. Sign up in advance at telluridelibrary.org.

  • Tri-County Health Network will host a Behavioral Health Lunch and Learn at the Wilkinson Library on Friday, November 15th, in the main program room from 12:00 to 1:00pm.  Enjoy a free lunch while learning about teletherapy, mental health first aid and other behavioral health programs.  Call 970-708-7096 for more information.

  • Join Elissa Dickson’s Writing Workshop, We Are Our Own Best Medicine, at the library, Wednesday November 13th, 6-8pm. Sign-up is required at telluridelibrary.org.

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Nov
7
6:00 AM06:00

Thursday November 7

Birthdays: CINDY FARNEY, DIANA FISCHER, MEGAN McDONNELL, MELLIE BRACEWELL, JENNIFER COUNTISS, PAUL SCHMIDT, CINDY JOHNSON, VERNE SOUCIE, WENDY SMITH, JUSTIANA MARIE BIRZIN, JOHN RITCHEY, CALEB KING,  BILLY GRAHAM, AL HIRT, JONI MITCHELL, MARY TRAVERS, JOHNNY RIVERS

At the Nugget:  7:00  JOKER (2 hr 2 min   R)

 

  • The Wilkinson Library will host a Parenting workshop tonight on Managing Challenging Behaviors, Sibling Relations and Redirecting Behavior- 5:30pm.

  • The Wilkinson will also facilitate a Youth Mental Health First Aid workshop tomorrow, 8am-5pm. Sign-up in advance at telluridelibrary.org

  • CPR World is offering a Wilderness First Responder course November 22-26 in Telluride. Registration deadline is November 14th. Please visit cprworld.com for more information.

  • The Telluride Arts District’s 2020 Small Grants for Artists are available now at telluridearts.org/small-grants. Applications are due December 19th.

  • The KOTO Ski Swap will take place November 15th-18th, sale day on the 16th, in the Wilkinson underground parking garage. Sign-up to volunteer and get access to the pre-swap shop! If you’d like to sell items at the swap, come to the KOTO office to buy your tags. For more information and all available shifts, go to koto.org

  • The Annual Veterans Dinner and Services Fair, takes place Friday, November 8th at the Telluride Elks Lodge. Doors will open at 5pm, dinner will be at 6pm. Free to veterans and active duty military - all others are $15 per person. Co-sponsored by the Telluride Elks Lodge, American Legion Post #12, and the Elks National Foundation.

  • The Ridgway Fire Department will host its 3rd Annual Chili Cook-off, Saturday November 9th, 4-9pm. To enter a chili into the cook-off, contact Jeff at jctunnicliff@gmail.com. Since this event takes place over Veterans Day Weekend, all active Military and Veterans get in for free. All proceeds from the door and bar go to support the Ridgway Volunteer Fire Department. More information can be found on the Ridgeway Fire Department’s Facebook page.

  • Don't miss Rainbow-Rascals-Rockies 47th Annual Fall Fundraiser tomorrow night, 5:30-9:30 at the Ah Haa School. Get your ticket from a Rainbow-Rascals-Rockies kid or purchase one at the door.

  • Telluride Ski Patrol and the US Forest Service will begin mandatory howitzer training this Friday, November 8, beginning around 9am and ending around 5pm. The Ski Resort will be CLOSED to ALL travel during Friday’s training

  • Tri-County Health Network will host a Behavioral Health Lunch and Learn at the Wilkinson Library on Friday, November 15th, in the main program room from 12:00 to 1:00pm.  Enjoy a free lunch while learning about teletherapy, mental health first aid and other behavioral health programs.  Call 970-708-7096 for more information.

  • Wagner Skis will host a Local’s Appreciation Day on Friday, November 8th, 2-6pm.

  • You can now pre-order your Christmas Tree, Wreath or Garland and support the Telluride Education Foundation. Email christmas@tellurideeducation.org to pre-order and to get more information.

  • The TMHS presents the musical, Matilda, at the Palm Theater, this Friday, Saturday and Sunday night, 7pm.

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Nov
6
6:00 AM06:00

Wednesday November 6

Born on this day: MARGARET EPPLER, KATHRYN METZGER, SARAH STEVENS, DIANE WOLFSON, ANGELA HARDY, STEVEN LEVY, JILL RIMMEY, SHEILA McLEMORE, SUSAN TANNENBAUM, SALLY FIELD, MARIA SHRIVER, GLEN FREY, ETHAN HAWKE, MIKE NICHOLS

 At the Nugget:    7:00pm  JOKER (2 hr 2 min   R)

 

  • San Miguel County Dept. of Health and Environment is having a walk-in flu vaccine clinic today, November 6th, from 11am to 3pm.  Bring your insurance card or self-pay.   Located in the Miramonte Building. 333 W. Colorado Ave. Suite 315

  • The Wilkinson Library will feature Margaret Atwood’s novel, the Testaments, the sequel to the Handmaid’s Tale, for their Pop-up Book Club. Check out a book club copy of the book from the library and then join a lively discussion tonight, 5:30-6:30pm. Everyone is welcome. 

  • The Talking Gourds Poetry Club will feature Barbara Rockman of Santa Fe, November’s performer. Tonight at 6 p.m. at the  Telluride Arts HQ. The theme will be “Going Home.”

  • Don't miss Rainbow-Rascals-Rockies 47th Annual Fall Fundraiser on November 8th, 5:30-9:30 at the Ah Haa School. Get your ticket from a Rainbow-Rascals-Rockies kid or purchase one at the door.

  • The KOTO Ski Swap will take place Saturday November 16 from 10-4 in the Wilkinson Library Parking garage.  Sign-up online to volunteer and get access to the pre-swap shop! If you’d like to sell items at the swap, come to the KOTO office to buy your tags ($1 ea.). For more information and all available shifts, go to koto.org

  • The Ridgway Fire Department will host its 3rd Annual Chili Cook-off, Saturday November 9th, 4-9pm. To enter a chili into the cook-off, contact Jeff at jctunnicliff@gmail.com. Since this event takes place over Veterans Day Weekend, all active Military and Veterans get in for free. All proceeds from the door and bar go to support the Ridgway Volunteer Fire Department. More information can be found on the Ridgeway Fire Department’s Facebook page.

  • The Annual Veterans Dinner and Services Fair, takes place Friday, November 8th at the Telluride Elks Lodge. Doors will open at 5pm, dinner will be at 6pm. Free to veterans and active duty military - all others are $15 per person. Co-sponsored by the Telluride Elks Lodge, American Legion Post #12, and the Elks National Foundation.

  • San Miguel Resource Center is currently experiencing some issues with their local hotline number, so please use the toll free number 1-844-816-3915 if you need to reach them. The hotline is available 24 hours a day and advocates are ready to listen.

  • Telluride Ski Patrol and the US Forest Service will begin mandatory howitzer training this Friday, November 8, beginning around 9am and ending around 5pm. The Ski Resort will be CLOSED to ALL travel during Friday’s training

  • Tri-County Health Network will host a Behavioral Health Lunch and Learn at the Wilkinson Library on Friday, November 15th, in the main program room from 12:00 to 1:00pm.  Enjoy a free lunch while learning about teletherapy, mental health first aid and other behavioral health programs.  Call 970-708-7096 for more information.

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Nov
5
6:00 AM06:00

Tuesday November 5

Born on this day: ANDREW GINSBERG, SHEILA ODLAUG, NANCY TAYLOR, CHRIS COVEDON, ROY ROGERS, BRYAN ADAMS, STEVE MILLER, TATUM O’NEIL, SAM SHEPARD, IKE TURNER, EDWIN ENTNER, THERESA JOHNS, PAUL SIMON, ELKE SOMMER, WARREN GALBREATH

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  • Election Day is today! You can find polling locations and hours at the Town of Telluride’s website and on koto.org.

  • The WPL will host a Free Parenting Workshop, focusing on Managing Challenging Behaviors At Home, November 7th in the Program Room. 5:30-7:30pm. Dinner and child care will be provided.

  • The KOTO Ski Swap will take place November 15th-18th, Sale day on the 16th. Sign-up to volunteer and get access to the pre-swap shop! If you’d like to sell items at the swap, come to the KOTO office to buy your tags. For more information and all available shifts, go to koto.org

  • CPR World is offering a Wilderness First Responder course November 22-26 in Telluride. Learn the first aid skills to treat injuries and illness in the backcountry. Registration deadline is November 14th. Please visit cprworld.com for more information.

  • Don't miss Rainbow-Rascals-Rockies 47th Annual Fall Fundraiser on November 8th, 5:30-9:30 at the Ah Haa School. Come enjoy a live auction, silent auction items as well as free champagne and delicious food! Get your ticket from a Rainbow-Rascals-Rockies kid or purchase one at the door.

  • The Wilkinson Library will feature Margaret Atwood’s novel, the Testaments, the sequel to the Handmaid’s Tale, for their Pop-up Book Club. Check out a book club copy of the book from the library and then join a lively discussion tomorrow, 5:30-6:30pm. Everyone is welcome. 

  • The Talking Gourds Poetry Club will feature Barbara Rockman of Santa Fe, November’s performer. Tonight at 6 p.m. at the  Telluride Arts HQ. The theme will be “Going Home.”

  • The 7th Judicial District is looking for applicants to fill an open seat on its Victim Assistance and Law Enforcement Board. Contact Aimee English at 970-252-4276 or aimee.english@co7da.org for additional information. Applications are due by December 1st.

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Nov
4
6:00 AM06:00

Monday November 4

Born on this day: SALLY  WHITEHEAD, BARCLAY DARANYI,  BILL McKEE, BEV TAYLOR, LAURA RAPP, WALTER CRONKITE, RALPH MACCHIO, ART CARNEY,  LORETTA SWIT, MARKIE POST,  JEREMY SMITH

At the Nugget:    

 

  • Election Day is tomorrow! You can find polling locations and hours at the Town of Telluride’s website and on koto.org.

  • The KOTO Ski Swap will take place November 15th-18th, sale day on the 16th. Sign-up to volunteer and get access to the pre-swap shop! If you’d like to sell items at the swap, come to the KOTO office to buy your tags. For more information and all available shifts, go to koto.org

  • Looking for a quick off-season gig?  Local market researcher Anne Brown is recruiting Telluride area BACKCOUNTRY SKIERS ages 25-45 to earn from $75 to $325 (depending on qualifications).  For a link to the qualifying survey, text Anne at 970-729-2491.

  • CPR World is offering a Wilderness First Responder course November 22-26 in Telluride. Learn the first aid skills to treat injuries and illness in the backcountry. Registration deadline is November 14th. Please visit cprworld.com for more information.

  • The WPL will host a Free Parenting Workshop, focusing on Managing Challenging Behaviors At Home, November 7th in the Program Room. 5:30-7:30pm. Dinner and child care will be provided.

  • Don't miss Rainbow-Rascals-Rockies 47th Annual Fall Fundraiser on November 8th, 5:30-9:30 at the Ah Haa School. Come enjoy a live auction, silent auction items as well as free champagne and delicious food! Get your ticket from a Rainbow-Rascals-Rockies kid or purchase one at the door.

  • The Telluride Arts District’s 2020 Small Grants for Artists are available now at telluridearts.org/small-grants. Applications are due December 19th.

  • The Wilkinson Library will feature Margaret Atwood’s novel, the Testaments, the sequel to the Handmaid’s Tale, for their Pop-up Book Club. Check out a book club copy of the book from the library and then join a lively discussion on November 6th, 5:30-6:30pm. Everyone is welcome. 

  • The Talking Gourds Poetry Club will feature Barbara Rockman of Santa Fe, November’s performer. Tuesday, November 5th, at 6 p.m. at the Telluride Arts HQ. The theme will be “Going Home.”

  • Don't miss Rainbow-Rascals-Rockies 47th Annual Fall Fundraiser on November 8th, 5:30-9:30 at the Ah Haa School. Get your ticket from a Rainbow-Rascals-Rockies kid or purchase one at the door.

  • The 7th Judicial District is looking for applicants to fill an open seat on its Victim Assistance and Law Enforcement Board. Contact Aimee English at 970-252-4276 or aimee.english@co7da.org for additional information. Applications are due by December 1st.

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Nov
3
7:00 AM07:00

Sunday November 3

Birthdays:   KATHRYN HURTLEY, ADAM BENNETT, SANDRA CARRADINE,  MARY REINHARDT, REX SMITH, PAULA DUFRESNE,  JOHN SIR JESSE, TOREY MILLER, JOHN COYLE, MICHAEL DUKAKIS, ROSEANNE BARR, DENNIS MILLER, ADAM ANT, ANDY WILLIAMS, LARRY HOLMES, PHIL SIMMS, BRAD HAMBLIN

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  • Are you an hour late to something this morning? Daylight Savings ends today! Turns your clocks back one hour!

  • The KOTO Ski Swap will take place November 15th-18th, Sale day the 16th. Sign-up to volunteer and get access to the pre-swap shop! If you’d like to sell items at the swap, come to the KOTO office to buy your tags. For more information and all available shifts, go to koto.org

  • The Wilkinson Library will feature Margaret Atwood’s novel, the Testaments, the sequel to the Handmaid’s Tale, for their Pop-up Book Club. Check out a book club copy of the book from the library and then join a lively discussion on November 6th, 5:30-6:30pm. Everyone is welcome. 

  • The Talking Gourds Poetry Club will feature Barbara Rockman of Santa Fe, November’s performer. Tuesday, November 5th, at 6 p.m. at the Telluride Arts HQ. The theme will be “Going Home.”

  • The WPL will host a Free Parenting Workshop, focusing on Managing Challenging Behaviors At Home, November 7th in the Program Room. 5:30-7:30pm. Dinner and child care will be provided.

  • Don’t forget to vote if you are leaving for the off season.  Ballots have been mailed and you can also pick up a ballot at the Clerk’s Office in the Courthouse with a valid ID. Election Day is Tuesday, November 5th.

  • Don't miss Rainbow-Rascals-Rockies 47th Annual Fall Fundraiser on November 8th, 5:30-9:30 at the Ah Haa School. Get your ticket from a Rainbow-Rascals-Rockies kid or purchase one at the door.

  • Looking for a quick off-season gig?  Local market researcher Anne Brown is recruiting Telluride area BACKCOUNTRY SKIERS ages 25-45 to earn from $75 to $325 (depending on qualifications).  For a link to the qualifying survey, text Anne at 970-729-2491.

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Nov
2
6:00 AM06:00

Saturday October 2

Birthdays: RUTH McCAIN, MICHALE KVALE, ROSEMERRY WAHTOLA TROMMER, GLORIA WENZIK, KIM HILLEY, LYLA KIRSCH, JULIE CRAM, KARYN HUSCHKE, BURT LANCASTER, STEPHANIE POWERS, K.D. LANG,

At the Nugget:    

 

  • The Ridgway Fire Department will host its 3rd Annual Chili Cook-off, November 9th, 4-9pm. To enter a chili into the cook-off, contact Jeff at jctunnicliff@gmail.com. This event takes place over Veterans Day Weekend, so all active Military and Veterans get in for free. All proceeds from the door and bar go to support the Ridgway Volunteer Fire Department. More information can be found on the Ridgeway Fire Department’s Facebook page.

  • The KOTO Ski Swap will take place November 15th-18th, Sale day the 16th. Sign-up to volunteer and get access to the pre-swap shop! If you’d like to sell items at the swap, come to the KOTO office to buy your tags. For more information and all available shifts, go to koto.org

  • Deep Creek Mine will have a Night of the Dead Burn tonight. Music by DJ Cam, Beatrixx Kiddo, and San Rokera! Tickets and more information available at brownpapertickets.com

  • The Sunflower Theater in Cortez is bringing Alt Country group, Genuine Cowhide, tonight, show at 7:30pm.

  • The Wilkinson Library will feature Margaret Atwood’s novel, the Testaments, the sequel to the Handmaid’s Tale, for their Pop-up Book Club. Check out a book club copy of the book from the library and then join a lively discussion on November 6th, 5:30-6:30pm. Everyone is welcome. 

  • The Talking Gourds Poetry Club will feature Barbara Rockman of Santa Fe, November’s performer. Tuesday, November 5th, at 6 p.m. at the Telluride Arts HQ. The theme will be “Going Home.”

  • The WPL will host a Free Parenting Workshop, focusing on Managing Challenging Behaviors At Home, November 7th in the Program Room. 5:30-7:30pm. Dinner and child care will be provided.

  • The 7th Judicial District is looking for applicants to fill an open seat on its Victim Assistance and Law Enforcement Board. Contact Aimee English at 970-252-4276 or aimee.english@co7da.org for additional information. Applications are due by December 1st.

  • Please join the Telluride Yoga Center at the Madeline Hotel, Sunday, December 1st, from 4:30-6:30 pm for an evening of Music, Chant, & Storytelling with visiting en-chantress, Allison Dennis. The Yoga center is offering two sponsorships for in-need persons. Families/children are welcome. (Children under 12 are free). Visit tellurideyoga.com for details.

  • Daylight Savings ends tonight so turn your clocks back one hour before you go to bed or Sunday morning!  

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Nov
1
6:00 AM06:00

Friday November 1

Birthdays:  ANDY KRUEGER,  DOUG KRAFT, DAVE PEDERSEN, BARB CHAPOT, JOHN CLAY, BARB MOLINA, BOBBIE JOE DICKSON, LYLE LOVETT, BILL ANDERSON, BARBARA BOSSON, FERNANDO VALENZUELA, DAN PEEK (AMERICA) , JENNY McCARTHY, TONI COLLETTE, ANTHONY KEIDIS (CHILI PEPPERS), DON BERMAN

At the Nugget:    

 

  • The KOTO Ski Swap will take place November 15th-18th, Sale day the 16th. Sign-up to volunteer and get access to the pre-swap shop! If you’d like to sell items at the swap, come to the KOTO office to buy your tags. For more information and all available shifts, go to koto.org

  • Don't miss Rainbow-Rascals-Rockies 47th Annual Fall Fundraiser on November 8th, 5:30-9:30 at the Ah Haa School. Get your ticket from a Rainbow-Rascals-Rockies kid or purchase one at the door.

  • The Telluride Arts District’s 2020 Small Grants for Artists are available now at telluridearts.org/small-grants. Applications are due December 19th.

  • Don’t forget to vote if you are leaving for the off season.  Ballots have been mailed and you can also pick up a ballot at the Clerk’s Office in the Courthouse with a valid ID. Election day is Tuesday, November 5th.

  • CPR World is offering a Wilderness First Responder course November 22-26 in Telluride. Registration deadline is November 14th. Please visit cprworld.com for more information.

  • Deep Creek Mine will have a Night of the Dead Burn on Saturday, November 2nd. Music by DJ Cam, Beatrixx Kiddo, and San Rokera! Tickets and more information available at brownpapertickets.com

  • The Sunflower Theater in Cortez is bringing Alt Country group, Genuine Cowhide, tomorrow, show at 7:30pm.

  • The Wilkinson Library will feature Margaret Atwood’s novel, the Testaments, the sequel to the Handmaid’s Tale, for their Pop-up Book Club. Check out a book club copy of the book from the library and then join a lively discussion on November 6th, 5:30-6:30pm. Everyone is welcome. 

  • The Talking Gourds Poetry Club will feature Barbara Rockman of Santa Fe, November’s performer. Tuesday, November 5th, at 6 p.m. at the Telluride Arts HQ. The theme will be “Going Home.”

  • The 7th Judicial District is looking for applicants to fill an open seat on its Victim Assistance and Law Enforcement Board. Contact Aimee English at 970-252-4276 or aimee.english@co7da.org for additional information. Applications are due by December 1st.

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Oct
31
6:00 AM06:00

Thursday October 31

Born on this Day: VANILLA ICE, DALE EVANS, KEITH RAINVILLE, TOM GORALKA, PATRICIA HOUSTON, BARBARA MARTIN, KRISTEN PFAFF, BARB CRAM, JOHN CANDY, BRIAN DOYLE-MURRAY, DAN RATHER, JANE PAULEY, ROB SCHNEIDER

 

At the Nugget:    5:00pm  ABOMINABLE   (1 hr 37 min  PG)

                            7:00pm  DOWNTON ABBEY   (2 hr 2 min   PG)

 

 

  • Don’t miss KOTO's 44th annual Halloween Bash tonight at The Liberty!! Doors are at 8, Alan Booradley & The NIA take the stage at 9. Tickets are available at Brownpapertickets.com, koto.org and at the door! As always there will be a costume contest and prizes!

  • The Rocky Horror Punk Rock Show featuring Ho Fun Deluxe and the Gaggers celebrates Halloween tonight at O’Bannon’s. Music at 9pm.

  • The Telluride Historical Museum is celebrating Halloween on the Hill today! Trick or treating will begin at 5 on N. Fir and the Haunted Hospital opens its doors at 7 p.m.

  • Get your SPOOK on tonight at The Livery in Norwood. After trick-or-treating, come for spooky stories around a campfire with free hot chocolate and stargazing starting at 6:30pm. The fun will continue with a costume contest starting at 8pm, karaoke and dancing starting at 9pm with a cash bar!

  • The KOTO Ski Swap will take place November 15th-18th, sale day on the 16th. Sign-up to volunteer and get access to the pre-swap shop! If you’d like to sell items at the swap, come to the KOTO office to buy your tags. For more information and all available shifts, go to koto.org

  • Don't miss Rainbow-Rascals-Rockies 47th Annual Fall Fundraiser on November 8th, 5:30-9:30 at the Ah Haa School. Get your ticket from a Rainbow-Rascals-Rockies kid or purchase one at the door.

  • CPR World is offering a Wilderness First Responder course November 22-26 in Telluride. Registration deadline is November 14th. Please visit cprworld.com for more information.

  • The Telluride Arts District’s 2020 Small Grants for Artists are available now at telluridearts.org/small-grants. Applications are due December 19th.

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Oct
30
to Oct 31

Wednesday October 30

Wednesday October 30

 

Born on this day: - HENRY WINKLER, GRACE SLICK, CHARLES ARMSTRONG, MATTY SHEEHAN, JIM WHITEHEAD, SEAN HAWVER, MATT TOUCHETTE, HOWARD KENNEDY, HOLLY BOUGHTON, TOM KENNEDY,

At the Nugget: 5:00pm  ABOMINABLE   (1 hr 37 min  PG)

                            7:00pm  DOWNTON ABBEY   (2 hr 2 min   PG)

 

True North Youth Program is providing an Academic Support program that will run weekly at TMHS library from 3-5pm every Wednesday after school.

The KOTO Ski Swap will take place November 15th-18th, sale day on the 16th. Sign-up to volunteer and get access to the pre-swap shop! If you’d like to sell items at the swap, come to the KOTO office to buy your tags. For more information and all available shifts, go to koto.org

Don't miss Rainbow-Rascals-Rockies 47th Annual Fall Fundraiser on November 8th, 5:30-9:30 at the Ah Haa School. Get your ticket from a Rainbow-Rascals-Rockies kid or purchase one at the door.

The Telluride Arts District’s 2020 Small Grants for Artists are available now at telluridearts.org/small-grants. Applications are due December 19th.

Don’t forget to vote if you are leaving for the off season.  Ballots have been mailed and you can also pick up a ballot at the Clerk’s Office in the Courthouse with a valid ID. Election day is Tuesday, November 5th.

CPR World is offering a Wilderness First Responder course November 22-26 in Telluride. Registration deadline is November 14th. Please visit cprworld.com for more information.

The Wilkinson will have Family Pumpkin Carving Night tomorrow, 10-11am. Sign up to reserve a pumpkin at telluridelibrary.org.

The Telluride Historical Museum is celebrating Halloween on the Hill this Thursday! Trick or treating will begin at 5 on N. Fir and the Haunted Hospital opens its doors at 7 p.m.

Deep Creek Mine will have a Night of the Dead Burn on Saturday, November 2nd. Music by DJ Cam, Beatrixx Kiddo, and San Rokera! Tickets and more information available at brownpapertickets.com

There will be a candidates and issues forum featuring the 3 candidates for Town Council and the 3 candidates for Telluride Mayor tonight at 6pm in Rebekah Hall. The public is encourage to attend.

Join Elissa from the library for an instructional Hula-Hooping class tonight, 6-8pm in the WPL’s Program Room. Sign-up at telluridelibrary.org

Don’t miss KOTO's 44th annual Halloween Bash tomorrow at The Liberty!! Doors are at 8, Alan Booradley & The NIA take the stage at 9. Tickets are available at Brownpapertickets.com, koto.org and at the door! As always there will be a costume contest and prizes!

 

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Oct
29
6:00 AM06:00

Tuesday October 29

Born on this day: - RICHARD DREYFUSS, KATE JACKSON, MELBA MOORE, RANDY JACKSON, WINONA RYDER, STEEL BOKHOF, JULIE McNAIR, WOODY PATTISHALL, CARL MARCUS, WENDY FULTON,

At the Nugget:   5:00pm  ABOMINABLE   (1 hr 37 min  PG)

                            7:00pm  DOWNTON ABBEY   (2 hr 2 min   PG)

 

  • Don’t forget to vote if you are leaving for the off season.  Ballots have been mailed and you can also pick up a ballot at the Clerk’s Office in the Courthouse with a valid ID. Election Day is Tuesday, November 5th.

  • The Telluride Education Foundation is bringing motivational speaker, Jeff Griffin for their Film/Speaker Series. Griffin’s talk will be The Resilience Breakthrough. Today, 11:00am - 12:30pm and 5:45-7pm. At the Palm Theater. Admission is free! 

  • There will be a candidates and issues forum featuring the 3 candidates for Town Council and the 3 candidates for Telluride Mayor tomorrow at 6pm in Rebekah Hall. The public is encourage to attend.

  • The Ridgway Fire Department will host its 3rd Annual Chili Cook-off, November 9th, 4-9pm. To enter a chili into the cook-off, contact Jeff at jctunnicliff@gmail.com. This event takes place over Veterans Day Weekend, so all active Military and Veterans get in for free. All proceeds from the door and bar go to support the Ridgway Volunteer Fire Department. More information can be found on the Ridgeway Fire Department’s Facebook page.

  • Luigi Chiarani, the Spaghetti Cowboy and Telluride Town Council Candidate, will host a meet and greet with THE GOOD, THE BAD, and THE CANDIDATES, for Telluride elected offices tonight from 5:30 to 7:00pm at Taco del Gnar. Share ideas, ask questions, make known your vision for a sustainable quality community. Tacos will be provided, cash bar.

  • The KOTO Ski Swap will take place November 15th-18th, sale day on the 16th. Sign-up to volunteer and get access to the pre-swap shop! If you’d like to sell items at the swap, come to the KOTO office to buy your tags. For more information and all available shifts, go to koto.org

  • Don't miss Rainbow-Rascals-Rockies 47th Annual Fall Fundraiser on November 8th, 5:30-9:30 at the Ah Haa School. Get your ticket from a Rainbow-Rascals-Rockies kid or purchase one at the door.

  • Eco Action Partners are holding an Electronics Recycling event today in the Mountain Village, Town Hall parking lot // 9AM – 12noon. There will be a fee for televisions. All other electronics are FREE. Guaranteed destruction of hard drives.

  • The Telluride Historical Museum is celebrating Halloween on the Hill this Thursday! Trick or treating will begin at 5 on N. Fir and the Haunted Hospital opens its doors at 7 p.m.

  • Join Elissa from the library for an instructional Hula-Hooping class tomorrow, 6-8pm in the WPL’s Program Room. Sign-up at telluridelibrary.org

  • Mark your calendar for KOTO's 44th annual Halloween Bash!! Alan Booradley & The NIA are playing at The Liberty on October 31st. Doors are at 8, show at 9. Tickets are available at Brownpapertickets.com and koto.org. As always there will be a costume contest and prizes!

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Oct
28
6:00 AM06:00

Monday October 28

Born on this day:  KEITH CRAWFORD, CRAIG MUHONEN, DANNY THOMPSON, DEB WOODELL, KEN HODGES, ASHLEY PALOMAR, CHARLIE DANIELS, ANNIE POTTS, BRUCE JENNER, GINA GUARASCIO,

At the Nugget:       5:00pm  ABOMINABLE   (1 hr 37 min  PG)

                            7:00pm  DOWNTON ABBEY   (2 hr 2 min   PG)

 

  • The public is invited to the School Board Candidate Forum tonight 5:30-7:30 pm at the Palm Theatre. Banks Brown (former School Board member), will be moderating. There are 5 candidates running for 3 positions. Candidates are - Len Metheny, Jenni Ward, Adam S. Chambers, Cheryl Carstens Miller and Dylan Brooks.

  • Eco Action Partners are holding an Electronics Recycling event today and tomorrow. Today: Telluride Carhenge parking lot // 10AM – 2PM. Tuesday, October 29: Mountain Village, Town Hall parking lot // 9AM – 12noon. There will be a fee for televisions. All other electronics are FREE. Guaranteed destruction of hard drives.

  • Luigi Chiarani, the Spaghetti Cowboy and Telluride Town Council Candidate, will host a meet and greet with THE GOOD, THE BAD, and THE CANDIDATES, for Telluride elected offices on Tuesday October 29th from 5:30 to 7:00pm at Taco del Gnar. Share ideas, ask questions, make known your vision for a sustainable quality community. Tacos will be provided, cash bar.

  • Get your SPOOK on this Halloween at The Livery in Norwood. After trick-or-treating, come for spooky stories around a campfire with free hot chocolate and stargazing starting at 6:30pm. The fun will continue with a costume contest starting at 8pm, karaoke and dancing starting at 9pm with a cash bar!

  • Mark your calendar for KOTO's 44th annual Halloween Bash!! Alan Booradley & The NIA are playing at The Liberty on October 31st. Doors are at 8, show at 9. Tickets are available at Brownpapertickets.com and koto.org. As always there will be a costume contest and prizes!

  • The Wilkinson will have Family Pumpkin Carving Night on Wednesday, October 31st, 10-11am. Sign up to reserve a pumpkin at telluridelibrary.org.

  • The Telluride Arts District’s 2020 Small Grants for Artists are available now at telluridearts.org/small-grants. Applications are due December 19th.

  • The KOTO Ski Swap will take place November 15th-18th, sale day on the 16th. Sign-up to volunteer and get access to the pre-swap shop! If you’d like to sell items at the swap, come to the KOTO office to buy your tags. For more information and all available shifts, go to koto.org

  • There will be a candidates and issues forum featuring the 3 candidates for Town Council and the 3 candidates for Telluride Mayor on Wednesday, October 30th at 6pm in Rebekah Hall. The public is encourage to attend.

  • The Telluride Historical Museum is celebrating Halloween on the Hill this Thursday! Trick or treating will begin at 5 on N. Fir and the Haunted Hospital opens its doors at 7 p.m.

  • The Telluride Education Foundation is bringing motivational speaker, Jeff Griffin for their Film/Speaker Series. Griffin’s talk will be The Resilience Breakthrough. That takes place tomorrow, 11:00am - 12:30pm and 5:45-7pm. At the Palm Theater. Admission is free! 

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Oct
27
6:00 AM06:00

Sunday October 27

Birthdays:  JOHN CLEESE, SIMON LE BON, JAYNE KENNEDY, GUS COMPTON, JEREMY FRIEDMAN, PERRAN HOWELL, JERRY RYAN, RICHARD SNOWBARGER, ALLISON SULLIVAN,  PAUL KANE, THEODORE ROOSEVELT, SYLVIA PLATH

At the Nugget:   5:00pm  ABOMINABLE   (1 hr 37 min  PG)

                            7:00pm  DOWNTON ABBEY   (2 hr 2 min   PG)

 

 

  • Eco Action Partners are holding an Electronics Recycling event on October 28 and 29th. October 28th: Telluride Carhenge parking lot // 10AM – 2PM. October 29: Mountain Village, Town Hall parking lot // 9AM – 12noon. There will be a fee for televisions. All other electronics are FREE. Guaranteed destruction of hard drives.

  • Don't miss Rainbow-Rascals-Rockies 47th Annual Fall Fundraiser on November 8th, 5:30-9:30 at the Ah Haa School. Get your ticket from a Rainbow-Rascals-Rockies kid or purchase one at the door.

  • Telluride Historical Museum needs volunteers to help create Halloween on the Hill! All kinds of positions available, email pepper@telluridemuseum.org for details.

  • Author and humorist David Sedaris is coming to Fort Lewis’ Community Concert Hall, in Durango, Tuesday October 29th, 7:30-9:30pm. Tickets available at durangoconcerts.tix.com.

  • The Telluride Historical Museum is bringing Halloween on the Hill back! On October 31st, Trick or treating will begin at 5pm on N. Fir and the Haunted Hospital opens its doors at 7 p.m.

  • There will be a candidates and issues forum featuring the 3 candidates for Town Council and the 3 candidates for Telluride Mayor on October 30th at 6pm in Rebekah Hall. The public is encourage to attend.

  • The public is invited to the School Board Candidate Forum tomorrow, from 5:30-7:30 pm at the Palm Theatre. Banks Brown (former School Board member), will be moderating. There are 5 candidates running for 3 positions. Candidates are - Len Metheny, Jenni Ward, Adam S. Chambers, Cheryl Carstens Miller and Dylan Brooks.

  • The Telluride Arts District’s 2020 Small Grants for Artists are available now at telluridearts.org/small-grants. Applications are due December 19th.

  • The KOTO Ski Swap will take place November 15th-18th, sale day on the 16th. Sign-up to volunteer and get access to the pre-swap shop! If you’d like to sell items at the swap, come to the KOTO office to buy your tags. For more information and all available shifts, go to koto.org

  • The Ridgway Fire Department will host its 3rd Annual Chili Cook-off, November 9th, 4-9pm. To enter a chili into the cook-off, contact Jeff at jctunnicliff@gmail.com. This event takes place over Veterans Day Weekend, so all active Military and Veterans get in for free. All proceeds from the door and bar go to support the Ridgway Volunteer Fire Department. More information can be found on the Ridgeway Fire Department’s Facebook page.

  • Luigi Chiarani, the Spaghetti Cowboy and Telluride Town Council Candidate, will host a meet and greet with THE GOOD, THE BAD, and THE CANDIDATES, for Telluride elected offices on Tuesday October 29th from 5:30 to 7:00pm at Taco del Gnar. Share ideas, ask questions, make known your vision for a sustainable quality community. Tacos will be provided, cash bar.

  • The Telluride Education Foundation is bringing motivational speaker, Jeff Griffin for their Film/Speaker Series. Griffin’s talk will be The Resilience Breakthrough. That takes place October 29th, 11:00am - 12:30pm and 5:45-7pm. At the Palm Theater. Admission is free!  

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Oct
26
6:00 AM06:00

Saturday October 26

Birthdays:  HILLARY CLINTON, PAT SAJAK, JACLYN SMITH, MIKEY DULING, DAVE LAMB, JEN TAYLOR, REBECCA BOYD, MICHELE MONTAGUE, DAN WILSON, SCOTT ANTHONY DiROCCO, RACHEL VASS,  NATALIE MERCHANT

At the Nugget:   5:00pm  ABOMINABLE   (1 hr 37 min  PG)

                            7:00pm  DOWNTON ABBEY   (2 hr 2 min   PG)

  

  • The Sunflower Theater in Cortez is bringing Alt Country group, Genuine Cowhide, on Saturday, November 2nd at 7:30pm.

  • Don’t forget to vote if you are leaving for the off season.  Ballots have been mailed and you can also pick up a ballot at the Clerk’s Office in the Courthouse with a valid ID. Election day is Tuesday, November 5th.

  • Kristi's Kitchen at the Lone Cone in Norwood will host a Halloween Bash tonight! There will be a costume contest with prizes as well. Party starts at 8pm. On Sunday, October 27th, 9:30 - 11:30am, come enjoy Kristi’s Build Your Own Bloody Buffet.  

  • Eco Action Partners are holding an Electronics Recycling event on October 28 and 29th. October 28th: Telluride Carhenge parking lot // 10AM – 2PM. October 29: Mountain Village, Town Hall parking lot // 9AM – 12noon. There will be a fee for televisions. All other electronics are FREE. Guaranteed destruction of hard drives.

  • Luigi Chiarani, the Spaghetti Cowboy and Telluride Town Council Candidate, will host a meet and greet with THE GOOD, THE BAD, and THE CANDIDATES, for Telluride elected offices on Tuesday October 29th from 5:30 to 7:00pm at Taco del Gnar. Share ideas, ask questions, make known your vision for a sustainable quality community. Tacos will be provided, cash bar.

  • The KOTO Ski Swap will take place November 15th-18th, sale day on the 16th. Sign-up to volunteer and get access to the pre-swap shop! If you’d like to sell items at the swap, come to the KOTO office to buy your tags. For more information and all available shifts, go to koto.org

  • Don't miss Rainbow-Rascals-Rockies 47th Annual Fall Fundraiser on November 8th, 5:30-9:30 at the Ah Haa School. Get your ticket from a Rainbow-Rascals-Rockies kid or purchase one at the door.

  • Celebrate Halloween at O’Bannons with the Rocky Horror Punk Rock Show featuring Ho Fun Deluxe and the Gaggers. Music at 9pm.

  • The Ridgway Fire Department will host its 3rd Annual Chili Cook-off, November 9th, 4-9pm. To enter a chili into the cook-off, contact Jeff at jctunnicliff@gmail.com. This event takes place over Veterans Day Weekend, so all active Military and Veterans get in for free. All proceeds from the door and bar go to support the Ridgway Volunteer Fire Department. More information can be found on the Ridgeway Fire Department’s Facebook page.

  • Telluride Historical Museum needs volunteers to help create Halloween on the Hill! All kinds of positions available, email pepper@telluridemuseum.org for details.

  • Author and humorist David Sedaris is coming to Fort Lewis’ Community Concert Hall, in Durango, Tuesday October 29th, 7:30-9:30pm. Tickets available at durangoconcerts.tix.com.

  • There will be a candidates and issues forum featuring the 3 candidates for Town Council and the 3 candidates for Telluride Mayor on October 30th at 6pm in Rebekah Hall. The public is encourage to attend.

  • Get your SPOOK on this Halloween at The Livery in Norwood. After trick-or-treating, come for spooky stories around a campfire with free hot chocolate and stargazing starting at 6:30pm. The fun will continue with a costume contest starting at 8pm, karaoke and dancing starting at 9pm with a cash bar!

  • Mark your calendar for KOTO's 44th annual Halloween Bash!! Alan Booradley & The NIA are playing at The Liberty on October 31st. Doors are at 8, show at 9. Tickets are available at Brownpapertickets.com and koto.org. As always there will be a costume contest and prizes!

  • The Wilkinson will have Family Pumpkin Carving Night on Wednesday, October 31st, 10-11am. Sign up to reserve a pumpkin at telluridelibrary.org.

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Oct
25
6:00 AM06:00

Friday October 25

Birthdays: BAINES PRITCHARD, CATHERINE SELLMAN, DANIEL SPEISS, THOMAS CARY, ROBERT LIBERMAN, GREG PALOMBI, NORM McLEAN, JULIA ROBERTS, MINNIE PEARL, HELEN REDDY, MARION ROSS, BOBBY KNIGHT

At the Nugget:  5:00pm  ABOMINABLE   (1 hr 37 min  PG)

                            7:00pm  DOWNTON ABBEY   (2 hr 2 min   PG)

 

  • The Telluride Historical Museum invites you to explore the iconic Lone Tree Cemetery in the ambiance of lantern light. Meet at Shed in the middle of the cemetery, 6pm tonight. Please purchase tickets in advance by calling the museum at 970-728-3344, (limited space available). Dress warm and bring a flashlight!

  • Join Telluride Theater for their presentation of the Rocky Horror Picture show tonight at the Palm, 9pm. Tickets available at telluridepalm.com.

  • The dZi (Z) Foundation’s Speaker Series presents Former Colorado Senator and mountaineer, Mark Udall. Udall is coming to the Sherbino Theater tonight, 7pm. More information and tickets available at sherbino.org.

  • Don’t forget to vote if you are leaving for the off season.  Ballots have been mailed and you can also pick up a ballot at the Clerk’s Office in the Courthouse with a valid ID. Election day is Tuesday, November 5th.

  • Eco Action Partners are holding an Electronics Recycling event on October 28 and 29th. October 28th: Telluride Carhenge parking lot // 10AM – 2PM. October 29: Mountain Village, Town Hall parking lot // 9AM – 12noon. There will be a fee for televisions. All other electronics are FREE. Guaranteed destruction of hard drives.

  • It's election time again for the San Miguel Educational Fund Board of Directors. That's KOTO's governing board. There are four seats available. If you'd like to be involved in KOTO's management and direction, today is the last day to submit a statement of interest, not to exceed 150 words, to cara@koto.org.

  • Registration is open for the 4 Corners Snow and Avalanche Workshop, October 26th, at the Silverton Public School Gym. This is a continuing avalanche education opportunity for avalanche professionals and recreational backcountry users in the Southern Rocky Mountains. Register and find out more at avyschool.org

  • Mark your calendar for KOTO's 44th annual Halloween Bash!! Local band Alan Booradley & The NIA (Neighborhood Improvement Association) is playing at The Liberty on October 31st. Doors are at 8, show at 9. Tickets are $10 in advance thru Brown Paper Tickets or $15 at the door. Costume contest and prizes!

  • Kristi's Kitchen at the Lone Cone in Norwood will host a Halloween Bash this Saturday, October 26th. There will be a costume contest with prizes as well. Party starts at 8pm. On Sunday, October 27th, 9:30 - 11:30am, come enjoy Kristi’s Build Your Own Bloody Buffet.  

  • The Telluride Arts District’s 2020 Small Grants for Artists are available now at telluridearts.org/small-grants. Applications are due December 19th.

  • The KOTO Ski Swap will take place November 15th-18th, sale day on the 16th. Sign-up to volunteer and get access to the pre-swap shop! If you’d like to sell items at the swap, come to the KOTO office to buy your tags. For more information and all available shifts, go to koto.org

  • Please come meet and greet THE GOOD, THE BAD, and THE CANDIDATES, for Telluride elected offices on Tuesday October 29th from 5:30 to 7:00pm at Taco del Gnar. Share ideas, ask questions, make known your vision for a sustainable quality community. Tacos will be provided, cash bar. Your host is Luigi Chiarani, the Spaghetti Cowboy.

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Oct
24
6:00 AM06:00

Thursday October 24

Birthdays: KEVIN KLEIN, DAVID NELSON, THE BIG BOPPER, CHRISTEL LEIMGRUBER,  JENNIFER JEROME, ALICE PADUA, NICOLE CLINE, JERRY HELDMAN, BILL WYMAN, EMILY HORN

At the Nugget: 7:00pm  DOWNTON ABBEY (2 hr 2 min   PG)

 

  • The public is invited to the School Board Candidate Forum on Monday, October 28th, from 5:30-7:30 pm at the Palm Theatre. Banks Brown (former School Board member), will be moderating. There are 5 candidates running for 3 positions. Candidates are - Len Metheny, Jenni Ward, Adam S. Chambers, Cheryl Carstens Miller and Dylan Brooks. Food and drinks will be offered as well as child care.

  • Don’t forget to vote if you are leaving for the off season.  Ballots have been mailed and you can also pick up a ballot at the Clerk’s Office in the Courthouse with a valid ID. Election day is Tuesday, November 5th.

  • Telluride Foundation will hold a Regional Trails Meeting at the Lone Cone Library in Norwood today, 1-3:30pm.

  • Registration is open for the 4 Corners Snow and Avalanche Workshop, October 26th, at the Silverton Public School Gym. This is a continuing avalanche education opportunity for avalanche professionals and recreational backcountry users in the Southern Rocky Mountains. Register and find out more at avyschool.org

  • The Wilkinson’s Adult Craft Night returns with Pumpkin Painting, tonight, 6pm. All materials provided. Space is limited so sign up today at telluridelibrary.org!

  • The dZi (Z) Foundation’s Speaker Series presents Former Colorado Senator and mountaineer, Mark Udall. Udall is coming to the Sherbino Theater tomorrow, 7pm. More information and tickets available at sherbino.org.

  • Kristi's Kitchen at the Lone Cone in Norwood will host a Halloween Bash this Saturday, October 26th. There will be a costume contest with prizes as well. Party starts at 8pm. On Sunday, October 27th, 9:30 - 11:30am, come enjoy Kristi’s Build Your Own Bloody Buffet.  

  • San Miguel County Public Health’ Family Planning and Birth Control Education and Services are open today, 12-3 pm. San Miguel County Public Health is located at 333 W. Colorado Avenue, Suite 315 in the Miramonte Building. Call 970-728-4289 today for your appointment.

  • CPR World is offering a Wilderness First Responder course November 22-26 in Telluride. Registration deadline is November 14th. Please visit cprworld.com for more information.

  • Join Telluride Theater for their presentation of the Rocky Horror Picture show this Friday at the Palm, 9pm. Tickets available at telluridepalm.com.

  • Telluride Historical Museum needs volunteers to help create Halloween on the Hill! All kinds of positions available, email pepper@telluridemuseum.org for details.

  • A special P&R Commission meeting is scheduled for 1:30pm today at Rebekah Hall to consider the request of an additional night (Friday) for the RIDE Festival. The public is encouraged to attend this meeting and provide input.

  • The Telluride Arts District’s 2020 Small Grants for Artists are available now at telluridearts.org/small-grants. Applications are due December 19th.

  • There will be a candidates and issues forum featuring the 3 candidates for Town Council and the 3 candidates for Telluride Mayor on October 30th at 6pm in Rebekah Hall. The public is encourage to attend.

  • The KOTO Ski Swap will take place November 15th-18th, sale day on the 16th. Sign-up to volunteer and get access to the pre-swap shop! If you’d like to sell items at the swap, come to the KOTO office to buy your tags. For more information and all available shifts, go to koto.org

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Oct
23
6:00 AM06:00

Wednesday October 23

Born on this day: SARA BREDELL, DEAN ROLLEY, PATRICE DEPATGER, CORINNE PLATT, JILL MASTERS, DAVIS SPONSEL, BRIAN ANDERSON, JOHNNY CARSON, WEIRD AL YANKOVIC, DWIGHT YOAKAM, DOUG FLUTIE, PELE, CHI-CHI RODRIGUEZ, MICHAEL CRICHTON

 At the Nugget: 7:00pm  DOWNTON ABBEY (2 hr 2 min   PG)

 

  • A special P&R Commission meeting is scheduled for 1:30pm on Thursday, October 24th at Rebekah Hall to consider the request of an additional night (Friday) for the RIDE Festival. The public is encouraged to attend this meeting and provide input. If you are unable to attend the meeting, please provide written comments via email to sjaquet@telluride-co.gov by 5pm today.

  • Elissa Dickson will host a writing workshop tonight, 6-8pm, with a theme of visible and invisible identities. Sign-up in advance at telluridelibrary.org.

  • The dZi (Z) Foundation’s Speaker Series presents Former Colorado Senator and mountaineer, Mark Udall. Udall is coming to the Sherbino Theater Friday, October 25th, 7pm. More information and tickets available at sherbino.org.

  • Don't miss Rainbow-Rascals-Rockies 47th Annual Fall Fundraiser on November 8th, 5:30-9:30 at the Ah Haa School. Get your ticket from a Rainbow-Rascals-Rockies kid or purchase one at the door.

  • Join Telluride Theater for their presentation of the Rocky Horror Picture show this Friday at the Palm, 9pm. Tickets available at telluridepalm.com.

  • Registration is open for the 4 Corners Snow and Avalanche Workshop, October 26th, at the Silverton Public School Gym. This is a continuing avalanche education opportunity for avalanche professionals and recreational backcountry users in the Southern Rocky Mountains. Register and find out more at avyschool.org

  • Telluride Foundation will hold a Regional Trails Meeting at the Lone Cone Library in Norwood on Thursday, October 24th, 1-3:30pm. RSVP to Sheamus at vista@telluirdefoundation.org.

  • Eco Action Partners are holding an Electronics Recycling event on October 28 and 29th. October 28th: Telluride Carhenge parking lot // 10AM – 2PM. October 29: Mountain Village, Town Hall parking lot // 9AM – 12noon. There will be a fee for televisions. All other electronics are FREE. Guaranteed destruction of hard drives.

  • The Wilkinson’s Adult Craft Night returns with Pumpkin Painting, tomorrow, October 24th, 6pm. All materials provided. Space is limited so sign up today at telluridelibrary.org!

  • The KOTO Ski Swap will take place November 15th-18th, sale day on the 16th. Sign-up to volunteer and get access to the pre-swap shop! If you’d like to sell items at the swap, come to the KOTO office to buy your tags. For more information and all available shifts, go to koto.org

  • San Miguel County Public Health is pleased to announce that Family Planning and Birth Control Education and Services are starting tomorrow from 12-3 pm. San Miguel County Public Health is located at 333 W. Colorado Avenue, Suite 315 in the Miramonte Building. Call 970-728-4289 today for your appointment.

  • Mark your calendar for KOTO's 44th annual Halloween Bash!! Alan Booradley & The NIA are playing at The Liberty on October 31st. Doors are at 8, show at 9. Tickets are available at Brownpapertickets.com and koto.org. As always there will be a costume contest and prizes!

  • The Ridgway Fire Department will host its 3rd Annual Chili Cook-off, November 9th, 4-9pm. To enter a chili into the cook-off, contact Jeff at jctunnicliff@gmail.com. This event takes place over Veterans Day Weekend, so all active Military and Veterans get in for free. All proceeds from the door and bar go to support the Ridgway Volunteer Fire Department. More information can be found on the Ridgeway Fire Department’s Facebook page.

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Oct
22
6:00 AM06:00

Tuesday October 22

Born on this day: CHRISTOPHER LLOYD, JEFF GOLDBLUM, SUSAN ORSHAN, ANNETTE FUNICELLO, CATHERINE DENEUVE, CHRIS BYERS, RAY HUGHES, TONY KOZLOWSKI,  KIP KRANSDORF, MARIE THOMAS, DIANA ZUCK, JAMES COX, BILL DeALVA, ROBERT EBERLE, FRANK McGINTY, BRENT YATKEMAN, KAREN OLSEN, SCOTT TEEKELL, BRIAN BOITANO

At the Nugget:  7:00pm  DOWNTON ABBEY (2 hr 2 min   PG)

 

  • The KOTO Ski Swap will take place November 15th-18th, Sale day on the 16th. Sign-up to volunteer and get access to the pre-swap shop! If you’d like to sell items at the swap, come to the KOTO office to buy your tags. For more information and all available shifts, go to koto.org

  • CPR World is offering a Wilderness First Responder course November 22-26 in Telluride. Learn the first aid skills to treat injuries and illness in the backcountry. Registration deadline is November 14th. Please visit cprworld.com for more information.

  • Join Telluride Theater for their presentation of the Rocky Horror Picture show this Friday at the Palm, 9pm. Tickets available at telluridepalm.com.

  • Eco Action Partners are holding an Electronics Recycling event on October 28 and 29th. October 28th: Telluride Carhenge parking lot // 10AM – 2PM. October 29: Mountain Village, Town Hall parking lot // 9AM – 12noon. There will be a fee for televisions. All other electronics are FREE. Guaranteed destruction of hard drives.

  • Celebrate Halloween at O’Bannons with the Rocky Horror Punk Rock Show featuring Ho Fun Deluxe and the Gaggers. Music at 9pm.

  • Elissa Dickson will host a writing workshop tomorrow, 6-8pm, with a theme of visible and invisible identities. Sign-up in advance at telluridelibrary.org.

  • A special P&R Commission meeting is scheduled for 1:30pm on Thursday, October 24th at Rebekah Hall to consider the request of an additional night (Friday) for the RIDE Festival. The public is encouraged to attend this meeting and provide input. If you are unable to attend the meeting, please provide written comments via email to sjaquet@telluride-co.gov by 5pm on Wednesday, October 23rd.

  • San Miguel County Public Health is pleased to announce that Family Planning and Birth Control Education and Services are starting on Thursday, October 24 from 12-3 pm. San Miguel County Public Health is located at 333 W. Colorado Avenue, Suite 315 in the Miramonte Building. Call 970-728-4289 today for your appointment.

  • Don't miss Rainbow-Rascals-Rockies 47th Annual Fall Fundraiser on November 8th, 5:30-9:30 at the Ah Haa School. Come enjoy a live auction, silent auction items as well as free champagne and delicious food! Get your ticket from a Rainbow-Rascals-Rockies kid or purchase one at the door.

  • The dZi (Z) Foundation’s Speaker Series presents Former Colorado Senator and mountaineer, Mark Udall. Udall is coming to the Sherbino Theater October 25th, 7pm. More information and tickets available at sherbino.org.

  • Registration is open for the 4 Corners Snow and Avalanche Workshop, October 26th, at the Silverton Public School Gym. This is a continuing avalanche education opportunity for avalanche professionals and recreational backcountry users in the Southern Rocky Mountains. Register and find out more at avyschool.org

  • Telluride Foundation will hold a Regional Trails Meeting at the Lone Cone Library in Norwood on Thursday, October 24th, 1-3:30pm. RSVP to Sheamus at vista@telluirdefoundation.org.

  • Mark your calendar for KOTO's 44th annual Halloween Bash!! Alan Booradley & The NIA (Neighborhood Improvement Association) are playing at The Liberty on October 31st. Doors are at 8, show at 9. Tickets are available at Brownpapertickets.com and koto.org. As always there will be a costume contest and prizes!

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Oct
21
6:00 AM06:00

Monday October 21

Born on this day: PATRICK HUGHES, EMERALD YOUNG, DOUG JONES, GENE TICE, DAVE FARNY, GENE McGLAMERY, MARTHA KOCH, MAURA COLTER, LAYLA CHESEBORO, MIA McLAUGHLIN, CARRIE FISHER, ELVIN BISHOP, JADE JAGGER, GEORGE BELL, DIZZY GILLESPIE,

 

At the Nugget:    7:00pm  DOWNTON ABBEY (2 hr 2 min   PG)

 

  • KOTO’s Board of Directors will meet today at 5pm, in the Telluride Room at the library. All are welcome.

  • The Wilkinson Library’s, Authors Uncovered, will host Jack Loeffler, in the program room, tonight, 6:30-8pm.

  • The public is invited to the School Board Candidate Forum on Monday, October 28th, from 5:30-7:30 pm at the Palm Theatre. Banks Brown (former School Board member), will be moderating. There are 5 candidates running for 3 positions. Candidates are - Len Metheny, Jenni Ward, Adam S. Chambers, Cheryl Carstens Miller and Dylan Brooks. Food and drinks will be offered as well as child care.

  • The KOTO Ski Swap will take place November 15th-18th. Sign-up to volunteer and get access to the pre-swap shop! If you’d like to sell items at the swap, come to the KOTO office to buy your tags. For more information and all available shifts, go to koto.org

  • CPR World is offering a Wilderness First Responder course November 22-26 in Telluride. Learn the first aid skills to treat injuries and illness in the backcountry. Registration deadline is November 14th. Please visit cprworld.com for more information.

  • Don't miss Rainbow-Rascals-Rockies 47th Annual Fall Fundraiser on November 8th, 5:30-9:30 at the Ah Haa School. Come enjoy a live auction, silent auction items as well as free champagne and delicious food! Get your ticket from a Rainbow-Rascals-Rockies kid or purchase one at the door.

  • A special P&R Commission meeting is scheduled for 1:30pm on Thursday, October 24th at Rebekah Hall to consider the request of an additional night (Friday) for the RIDE Festival. The public is encouraged to attend this meeting and provide input. If you are unable to attend the meeting, please provide written comments via email to sjaquet@telluride-co.gov by 5pm on Wednesday, October 23rd.

  • The Telluride Arts District’s 2020 Small Grants for Artists are available now at telluridearts.org/small-grants. Applications are due December 19th.

  • Eco Action Partners are holding an Electronics Recycling event on October 28 and 29th. October 28th: Telluride Carhenge parking lot // 10AM – 2PM. October 29: Mountain Village, Town Hall parking lot // 9AM – 12noon. There will be a fee for televisions. All other electronics are FREE. Guaranteed destruction of hard drives.

  • Elissa Dickson will host a writing workshop on Wednesday, October 23rd, 6-8pm, with a theme of visible and invisible identities. Sign-up in advance at telluridelibrary.org.

  • Telluride Historical Museum needs volunteers to help create Halloween on the Hill! All kinds of positions available, email pepper@telluridemuseum.org for details.

  • The dZi (Z) Foundation’s Speaker Series presents Former Colorado Senator and mountaineer, Mark Udall. Udall is coming to the Sherbino Theater October 25th, 7pm. More information and tickets available at sherbino.org.

  • There will be a curling clinic tonight at Hanley Rink, 8-10:45pm. Advance registration is required at telluridecurling.com.

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Oct
20
6:00 AM06:00

Sunday October 20

Birthdays:   MICKEY MANTLE, TOM PETTY, WANDA JACKSON,  LORI GERDTS, LINNA RICHARDSON, COLI SAMUELS, JOHN LAWRENCE, DENISE FAGER, BRENDA GILBERT, JOAN KYLE, LIZ MONASEVITCH, SUZANNE WONTROBSKI, CHRIS ROBINSON, PATTY ZANGHI, POSY LINDAUER, JANE BERMAN

At the Nugget:     7:00pm  DOWNTON ABBEY (2 hr 2 min   PG)

 

  • The Wilkinson Library will offer a Death Café session today at 3:30pm. More information at telluridelibrary.org

  • The Gondola closes today at midnight for the Summer season. It will re-open November 22nd.

  • Today is the 8th Annual Rotary/Interact Club Pancake Breakfast at Clarks, 8am-Noon! All you can eat with 100% of the proceeds go to the Angel Baskets program.

  • The Wilkinson Library’s, Authors Uncovered, will host Jack Loeffler, in the program room, tomorrow, 6:30-8pm. Loeffler is the author/editor of many books, including Survival Along the Continental Divide.

  • Elissa Dickson will host a writing workshop on Wednesday, October 23rd, 6-8pm, with a theme of visible and invisible identities. Sign-up in advance at telluridelibrary.org.

  • Telluride Foundation will hold a Regional Trails Meeting at the Lone Cone Library in Norwood on Thursday, October 24th, 1-3:30pm. RSVP to Sheamus at vista@telluirdefoundation.org.

  • San Miguel County Public Health is pleased to announce that Family Planning and Birth Control Education and Services are starting on Thursday, October 24 from 12-3 pm. San Miguel County Public Health is located at 333 W. Colorado Avenue, Suite 315 in the Miramonte Building. Call 970-728-4289 today for your appointment.

  • Adult Craft Night returns with Pumpkin Painting, Thursday, October 24th, 6pm at the library. All materials provided.  For adults only! Space is limited, sign up today at telluridelibrary.org!

  • Join Telluride Theater for their presentation of the Rocky Horror Picture show this Friday at the Palm, 9pm. Tickets available at telluridepalm.com.

  • Mark your calendar for KOTO's 44th annual Halloween Bash!! Alan Booradley & The NIA (Neighborhood Improvement Association) are playing at The Liberty on October 31st. Doors are at 8, show at 9. Tickets are available at Brownpapertickets.com and koto.org. As always there will be a costume contest and prizes!

  • Get your SPOOK on this Halloween at The Livery in Norwood. After trick-or-treating, come for spooky stories around a campfire with free hot chocolate and stargazing starting at 6:30pm. The fun will continue with a costume contest starting at 8pm, karaoke and dancing starting at 9pm with a cash bar!

  • Registration is open for the 4 Corners Snow and Avalanche Workshop, October 26th, at the Silverton Public School Gym. This is a continuing avalanche education opportunity for avalanche professionals and recreational backcountry users in the Southern Rocky Mountains. Register and find out more at avyschool.org

  • KOTO’s Board of Directors will meet tomorrow at 5pm, in the Telluride Room at the library. All are welcome.

  • A special P&R Commission meeting is scheduled for 1:30pm on Thursday, October 24th at Rebekah Hall to consider the request of an additional night (Friday) for the RIDE Festival. The public is encouraged to attend this meeting and provide input. If you are unable to attend the meeting, please provide written comments via email to sjaquet@telluride-co.gov by 5pm on Wednesday, October 23rd.

  • There will be a curling clinic tomorrow at Hanley Rink, 8-10:45pm. Advance registration is required at telluridecurling.com.

  • The KOTO Ski Swap will take place November 15th-18th. Sign-up to volunteer and get access to the pre-swap shop! If you’d like to sell items at the swap, come to the KOTO office to buy your tags. For more information and all available shifts, go to koto.org

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Oct
19
6:00 AM06:00

Saturday October 19

Birthdays: AMY CARTER, JEANNE C. RILEY, JEAN LUIS CAPELLI, CHRIS BOU, ROB HUBER, DANIEL NOVAK, CINDY OBRAND, MARSHA BAILEY,  JAMES STOTT, TED MOEWS, SUSIE ST. ONGE, GUY SMITH, SYDNEY EVANS

At the Nugget:    7:00pm  DOWNTON ABBEY (2 hr 2 min   PG)

  • Come enjoy the Sheridan Arts Foundation’s $1 Community Night Show tonight, featuring Emily Scott Robinson and Friends. Doors at 7pm, show at 8pm.

  • It's election time again for the San Miguel Educational Fund Board of Directors. That's KOTO's governing board. There are four seats available. If you'd like to be involved in KOTO's management and direction, submit a statement of interest, not to exceed 150 words, to cara@koto.org by October 25th.

  • The Norwood Community Grain Mill will have an open house today 9am-1pm, followed by a Community Pizza Party, hosted by Blue Grouse Bread, 1-3pm.  

  • Mountainfilm on Tour is coming to the Livery in Norwood tonight. There will be a silent auction with all proceeds will go to the NPRD Climbing Team. Doors at 6 p.m. / Films at 7 p.m.

  • MET at the Palm presents Turnadot, this morning at 11am. Run time: 3 hrs 22 min.

  • Firkin Fest takes place today, 4-9pm, and is a fundraiser for the Sherbino Theater! Breweries from Western Colorado will gather to share a cask “real ale,” specially made to be poured from a traditional Firkin Cask. Tickets and more information available at sherbino.org.

  • The Ridgway Fire Department will host its 3rd Annual Chili Cook-off, November 9th, 4-9pm. To enter a chili into the cook-off, contact Jeff at jctunnicliff@gmail.com. This event takes place over Veterans Day Weekend, so all active Military and Veterans get in for free. All proceeds from the door and bar go to support the Ridgway Volunteer Fire Department. More information can be found on the Ridgeway Fire Department’s Facebook page.

  • Tomorrow is the 8th Annual Rotary/Interact Club Pancake Breakfast at Clarks, 8am-Noon! All you can eat with 100% of the proceeds go to the Angel Baskets program.

  • Telluride Historical Museum needs volunteers to help create Halloween on the Hill! All kinds of positions available, email pepper@telluridemuseum.org for details.

  • The dZi (Z) Foundation’s Speaker Series presents Former Colorado Senator and mountaineer, Mark Udall. Udall is coming to the Sherbino Theater October 25th, 7pm. More information and tickets available at sherbino.org.

  • Get your SPOOK on this Halloween at The Livery in Norwood. After trick-or-treating, come for spooky stories around a campfire with free hot chocolate and stargazing starting at 6:30pm. The fun will continue with a costume contest starting at 8pm, karaoke and dancing starting at 9pm with a cash bar!

  • Eco Action Partners are holding an Electronics Recycling event on October 28 and 29th. October 28th: Telluride Carhenge parking lot // 10AM – 2PM. October 29: Mountain Village, Town Hall parking lot // 9AM – 12noon. There will be a fee for televisions. All other electronics are FREE. Guaranteed destruction of hard drives.

  • KOTO’s Board of Directors will meet Monday, October 21st, at 5pm, in the Telluride Room at the library. All are welcome.

  • A special P&R Commission meeting is scheduled for 1:30pm on Thursday, October 24th at Rebekah Hall to consider the request of an additional night (Friday) for the RIDE Festival. The public is encouraged to attend this meeting and provide input. If you are unable to attend the meeting, please provide written comments via email to sjaquet@telluride-co.gov by 5pm on Wednesday, October 23rd.

  • The KOTO Ski Swap will take place November 15th-18th. Sign-up to volunteer and get access to the pre-swap shop! If you’d like to sell items at the swap, come to the KOTO office to buy your tags. For more information and all available shifts, go to koto.org

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Oct
18
6:00 AM06:00

Friday October 18

Birthdays:  YAKIM HAYUK, CATHY RAY, BOB STARK, CHUCK BERRY, GEORGE C. SCOTT, PAM DAWBER, LAURA NYRO, MIKE DITKA, ROCKET REEVES

At the Nugget:     7:00pm  DOWNTON ABBEY (2 hr 2 min   PG)

 

  • The Sheridan Arts Foundation will be hosting $1 Community Night Shows. The first of the series, coproduced with Telluride Theatre, features Emily Scott Robinson and Friends. Tomorrow at 8 p.m., doors at 7 p.m.

  • Don’t forget to vote if you are leaving for the off season.  Ballots will today.  You can also pick up a ballot at the Clerk’s Office in the Courthouse with a valid ID. 

  • The Palm Classic Cinema Series continues today with a horror double feature featuring Hereditary, written and directed by Ari Aster, and 3 From Hell directed by Rob Zombie. Movies begin at 7pm.

  • The Wilkinson’s Adult Craft Night returns with Pumpkin Painting, Thursday, October 24th, 6pm. All materials provided.  For adults only! Space is limited, sign up today at telluridelibrary.org!

  • Sunday, October 20th, 8 a.m. to Noon, is the 8th Annual Rotary/Interact Club Pancake Breakfast at Clarks! All you can eat!  100% of the proceeds go to the Angel Baskets program.

  • MET at the Palm presents Turnadot, tomorrow morning at 11am. Run time: 3 hrs 22 min.

  • The KOTO Ski Swap will take place November 15th-18th. Sign-up to volunteer and get access to the pre-swap shop! If you’d like to sell items at the swap, come to the KOTO office to buy your tags. For more information and all available shifts, go to koto.org

  • The Wilkinson Library’s, Authors Uncovered, will host Jack Loeffler, Monday October 21st, in the program room, 6:30-8pm. Loeffler is the author/editor of many books, including Thinking Like a Watershed: Voices from the West.

  • Mountainfilm on Tour is coming to the Livery in Norwood tomorrow. There will be a silent auction with all proceeds will go to the NPRD Climbing Team. Doors at 6 p.m. / Films at 7 p.m.

  • Telluride Historical Museum needs volunteers to help create Halloween on the Hill! All kinds of positions available, email pepper@telluridemuseum.org for details.

  • Mark your calendar for KOTO's 44th annual Halloween Bash!! Alan Booradley & The NIA (Neighborhood Improvement Association) are playing at The Liberty on October 31st. Doors are at 8, show at 9. Tickets are available at Brownpapertickets.com and koto.org. As always there will be a costume contest and prizes!

  • The Telluride Historical Museum invites you to explore the iconic Lone Tree Cemetery in the ambiance and eeriness of lantern light. Meet at Shed in the middle of the cemetery, tonight, 6pm. Please purchase tickets in advance by calling the museum at 970-728-3344, (limited space available). Dress warm and bring a flashlight!

  • Firkin Fest takes place this Saturday, October 19th, 4-9pm, and is a fundraiser for the Sherbino Theater! Breweries from Western Colorado gather to share a cask “real ale,” specially made to be poured from a traditional Firkin Cask. Tickets and more information available at sherbino.org.

  • There will be a candidate meet and greet at the Sheridan Show Bar today, 5-8pm. Telluride Mayoral candidate DeLanie Young and Town Council candidates Adrienne Christy and Luigi Chiarani will be in attendance.

  • KOTO’s Board of Directors will meet Monday, October 21st, at 5pm, in the Telluride Room at the library. All are welcome.

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Oct
17
6:00 AM06:00

Thursday October 17

 

Born on this Day: EVEL KNIEVEL, TOM POSTON, MARGOT KIDDER, ALAN JACKSON, DANIELLE SEIGEL, FRANK BRUNO, JOHN DUNCAN, DAWN IBIS, TINA JANESKI, JENNIFER WARD, CHRISTINA WRIGHT, GEORGE CARTER

At the Nugget:    7:00pm  AD ASTRA   (2 hr 3 min   PG-13)

  • Join the library for Spanish Happy Hour @ LaCocina today at 5pm. Practice your Spanish skills with other Spanish speakers. All levels welcome!

  • Sunday, October 20th, 8 a.m. to Noon, is the 8th Annual Rotary/Interact Club Pancake Breakfast at Clarks! All you can eat!  100% of the proceeds go to the Angel Baskets program

  • The Wilkinson Library’s, Authors Uncovered, will host Jack Loeffler, Monday October 21st, in the program room, 6:30-8pm. Loeffler is the author/editor of many books An Anthology of Interviews, and Adventures with Ed: A Portrait of Abbey.

  • Firkin Fest takes place this Saturday, October 19th, 4-9pm, and is a fundraiser for the Sherbino Theater! Breweries from Western Colorado will gather to share a cask “real ale,” specially made to be poured from a traditional Firkin Cask. Featuring Colorado Boy Brewery, 2 Rascals, Irwin Brewing, Telluride Brewing and more. Tickets and more information available at sherbino.org.

  • The Ridgway Fire Department will host its 3rd Annual Chili Cook-off, November 9th, 4-9pm. To enter a chili into the cook-off, contact Jeff at jctunnicliff@gmail.com. This event takes place over Veterans Day Weekend, so all active Military and Veterans get in for free. All proceeds from the door and bar go to support the Ridgway Volunteer Fire Department. More information can be found on the Ridgeway Fire Department’s Facebook page.

  • The Wilkinson’s Adult Craft Night returns with Pumpkin Painting, Thursday, October 24th, 6pm. Come celebrate autumn and paint pumpkins! All materials provided.  For adults only! Space is limited, sign up today at telluridelibrary.org!

  • The Gondola will close for the season on Sunday, October 20th. It will re-open for the winter season on November 22nd.

  • Mark your calendar for KOTO's 44th annual Halloween Bash!! Alan Booradley & The NIA (Neighborhood Improvement Association) are playing at The Liberty on October 31st. Doors are at 8, show at 9. Tickets are available at Brownpapertickets.com and koto.org. As always there will be a costume contest and prizes!

  • Attention Bicycle Owners - all tagged bicycles at the Oak Street gondola plaza will be impounded today. If you have a bike stored around the Oak Street gondola station and it has a red tag on it, it needs to be moved ASAP.

  • The Palm Classic Cinema Series continues October 18th with a horror double feature featuring Hereditary, written and directed by Ari Aster, and 3 From Hell directed by Rob Zombie. Movies begin at 7pm.

  • The Ridgway Spirit Festival is coming up October 18-20th, at the 4H/Event Center. The festival will feature keynote speaker, Charles Eisenstein, activist, teacher, speaker and writer who focuses on themes of embracing consciousness, civilization and cultural evolution. For details, to register and tickets, visit ridgwayspiritfest.com.

  • Registration is open for Pinhead Classes this Fall Session. Visit www.pinheadinstitute.org/programs/fall-2019/ to learn more and to register!

  • The Telluride Historical Museum invites you to explore the iconic Lone Tree Cemetery in the ambiance and eeriness of lantern light. Meet at Shed in the middle of the cemetery, tomorrow, 6pm. Please purchase tickets in advance by calling the museum at 970-728-3344, (limited space available). Dress warm and bring a flashlight!

  • KOTO’s Board of Directors will meet Monday, October 21st, at 5pm, in the Telluride Room at the library. All are welcome.

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Oct
16
6:00 AM06:00

Wednesday October 16

Born on this day: LAURA PYLE, KIM WHICKER, HAROLD WONDSEL, NANCY KURTZ, SUZANNE SOMERS, WENDY WILSON, MANUTE BOL, TIM McCARVER, ANGELA LANSBURY, JEFF WILKES

At the Nugget:      7:00pm  AD ASTRA   (2 hr 3 min   PG-13)

 

  • True North Youth Program is providing an Academic Support program that will run weekly at TMHS library from 3-5pm every Wednesday after school.

  • Join the library for Spanish Happy Hour @ LaCocina tomorrow at 5pm. Practice your Spanish skills with other Spanish speakers. All levels welcome!

  • The Palm Classic Cinema Series continues October 18th with a horror double feature featuring Hereditary, written and directed by Ari Aster, and 3 From Hell directed by Rob Zombie.

  • Colorado U.S. Senator Michael Bennet invites the public to meet with his Constituent Advocate, Janet Wolf, today, at the Wilkinson Library, 11-1pm. To schedule an appointment send an email to janet_wolf@bennet.senate.gov. Please include a brief description of the issue you want to address. You can also call 970.259.1710

  • Mark your calendar for KOTO's 44th annual Halloween Bash!! Alan Booradley & The NIA (Neighborhood Improvement Association) are playing at The Liberty on October 31st. Doors are at 8, show at 9. Tickets are available at Brownpapertickets.com and koto.org. As always there will be a costume contest and prizes!

  • It's election time again for the San Miguel Educational Fund Board of Directors. That's KOTO's governing board. There are four seats available. If you'd like to be involved in KOTO's management and direction, submit a statement of interest, not to exceed 150 words, to cara@koto.org by October 25th.

  • The dZi (Z) Foundation’s Speaker Series presents Former Colorado Senator and mountaineer, Mark Udall. Udall is coming to the Sherbino Theater October 25th, 7pm. More information and tickets available at sherbino.org.

  • Sunday, October 20th, 8 a.m. to Noon, is the 8th Annual Rotary/Interact Club Pancake Breakfast at Clarks! All you can eat!  100% of the proceeds go to the Angel Baskets program

  • The Gondola will close for the season on Sunday, October 20th. It will re-open for the winter season on November 22nd.

  • Attention Bicycle Owners - all tagged bicycles at the Oak Street gondola plaza will be impounded tomorrow. If you have a bike stored around the Oak Street gondola station and it has a red tag on it, it needs to be moved ASAP.

  • Telluride Historical Museum needs volunteers to help create Halloween on the Hill! All kinds of positions available, email pepper@telluridemuseum.org for details.

  • Registration is open for the 4 Corners Snow and Avalanche Workshop, October 26th, at the Silverton Public School Gym. This is a continuing avalanche education opportunity for avalanche professionals and recreational backcountry users in the Southern Rocky Mountains. Register and find out more at avyschool.org

  • Mountainfilm on Tour is coming to the Livery in Norwood on October 19th. There will be a silent auction with all proceeds will go to the NPRD Climbing Team. Doors at 6 p.m. / Films at 7 p.m.

  • The Wilkinson Library’s, Authors Uncovered, will host Jack Loeffler, Monday October 21st, in the program room, 6:30-8pm. Loeffler is the author/editor of many books, including Thinking Like a Watershed: Voices from the West, Survival Along the Continental Divide: An Anthology of Interviews, and Adventures with Ed: A Portrait of Abbey.

  • San Miguel County Public Health is pleased to announce that Family Planning and Birth Control Education and Services are starting on Thursday, October 24 from 12-3 pm. San Miguel County Public Health is located at 333 W. Colorado Avenue, Suite 315 in the Miramonte Building. Call 970-728-4289 today for your appointment.

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Oct
15
6:00 AM06:00

Tuesday October 15

Born on this day: SARAH FERGUSON, JIM PALMER, LINDA LAVIN, PENNY MARSHALL, BARRY McGUIRE, LEE IACOCCA, KIM HOFFMAN, DAVE KATZ, SHEA McWILLIAMS, MATT BOROCZ, SUSIE CONNER, RICH DUDGINSKI,  RICH FAKE, NAT GERHART, MO HANNA, TOM HESS, TED LIVELLI, ELLIOTT STEINBERG, SUE GANDELL, BOB McHUGH,  DANIEL ENZFELDER, MARIO PUZO,

At the Nugget:   7:00pm  AD ASTRA   (2 hr 3 min   PG-13)

  • The Norwood Community Grain Mill will have an open house on October 19th. There will be a free workshop, taught by Julie Zavage, at the Livery, 9am-1pm. Blue Grouse Bread will have a Community Pizza Party to celebrate the Open House, 1-3pm.

  • The Progressive Women’s Caucus is hosting an election forum tonight, 6-8 pm at Rebekah Hall. It will also be aired live on KOTO. This will be an opportunity to hear about each of the local ballot issues and meet the candidates for Telluride town council.

  • Marie Luna is the featured reader for the Talking Gourds Poetry Club gathering today, 6pm, at the Telluride Arts HQ. The theme will be “Growing.”

  • The Ridgway Fire Department will host its 3rd Annual Chili Cook-off, November 9th, 4-9pm. To enter a chili into the cook-off, contact Jeff at jctunnicliff@gmail.com. This event takes place over Veterans Day Weekend, so all active Military and Veterans get in for free. All proceeds from the door and bar go to support the Ridgway Volunteer Fire Department. More information can be found on the Ridgeway Fire Department’s Facebook page.

  • The Wilkinson Library’s, Authors Uncovered, will host Jack Loeffler, Monday October 21st, in the program room, 6:30-8pm. Loeffler is the author/editor of many books, including Thinking Like a Watershed: Voices from the West, Survival Along the Continental Divide: An Anthology of Interviews, and Adventures with Ed: A Portrait of Abbey.

  • The Wilkinson’s Adult Craft Night returns with Pumpkin Painting, Thursday, October 24th, 6pm. Come celebrate autumn and paint pumpkins! All materials provided.  For adults only! Space is limited, sign up today at telluridelibrary.org!

    The Gondola will close for the season on Sunday, October 20th. It will re-open for the winter season on November 22nd.

  • Thursday, October 17, join the library for Spanish Happy Hour @ LaCocina, 5pm. Practice your Spanish skills with other Spanish speakers. All levels welcome!

  • Sunday, October 20th, 8 a.m. to Noon, is the 8th Annual Rotary/Interact Club Pancake Breakfast at Clarks! All you can eat!  100% of the proceeds go to the Angel Baskets program

  • It's election time again for the San Miguel Educational Fund Board of Directors. That's KOTO's governing board. There are four seats available. If you'd like to be involved in KOTO's management and direction, submit a statement of interest, not to exceed 150 words, to cara@koto.org by October 25th.

  • The Telluride Arts District’s 2020 Small Grants for Artists are available now at telluridearts.org/small-grants. Applications are due December 19th.

  • Attention Bicycle Owners - all tagged bicycles at the Oak Street gondola plaza will be impounded this Thursday, October 17th. If you have a bike stored around the Oak Street gondola station and it has a red tag on it, it needs to be moved ASAP. As a reminder, Oak Street gondola plaza is not a place for long term bicycle parking or storage.

  • Telluride Historical Museum needs volunteers to help create Halloween on the Hill! All kinds of positions available, email pepper@telluridemuseum.org for details.

  • Mark your calendar for KOTO's 44th annual Halloween Bash!! Alan Booradley & The NIA (Neighborhood Improvement Association) are playing at The Liberty on October 31st. Doors are at 8, show at 9. Tickets are available at Brownpapertickets.com and koto.org. As always there will be a costume contest and prizes!

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Oct
14
6:00 AM06:00

Monday October 14

Born on this day:  HARRY ANDERSON, ROGER MOORE, RALPH LAUREN, JOLIE DONNELL, CARLA STEPHENS, KATHERINE STUART, DEB WILITS, CHRIS BRAND, STEVE FINGER,  CHRISTINE SCHMIDT, NEIL BREEN, JAMIE COULTER, LOREN MUELLER, LESLIE SCHEIN,  E.E. CUMMINGS, LILLIAN GISH,

At the Nugget:       7:00pm  AD ASTRA   (2 hr 3 min   PG-13)

 

  • There will be a memorial service for Mark Niebruegge (knee-brug-ee), today at 3pm at St. Patrick’s Church.

  • True North Youth Program is providing an Academic Support program that will run weekly at TMHS library from 3-5pm every Wednesday after school. 'Base Camp' will offer students support with resumes, essays, tutoring needs and more.

  • Robin Wall Kimmerer, author of the book Braiding Sweetgrass, is Wilkinson Public Library’s One Book, One Canyon (OBOC) author for 2019. Kimmerer will lead a writing workshop today, 1:30 to 3:30pm (advance sign up required at telluridelibrary.org), followed by a book talk and signing at 6:00 pm at the library.

  • The Progressive Women’s Caucus is hosting an election forum Tuesday, October 15th, from 6-8 pm at Rebekah Hall. It will also be aired live on KOTO. This will be an opportunity to hear about each of the local ballot issues and meet the candidates for Telluride town council.

  • Don’t forget to vote if you are leaving for the off season.  Ballots will mail October 18.  You can also pick up a ballot at the Clerk’s Office in the Courthouse with a valid ID. 

  • The dZi (Z) Foundation’s Speaker Series presents Former Colorado Senator and mountaineer, Mark Udall. Udall is coming to the Sherbino Theater October 25th, 7pm. More information and tickets available at sherbino.org.

  • Marie Luna is the featured reader for the Talking Gourds Poetry Club gathering tomorrow, 6pm, at the Telluride Arts HQ. The theme will be “Growing.”

  • The Sheridan Arts Foundation will be hosting $1 Community Night Shows in the next year. The first of the series, coproduced with Telluride Theatre, features Emily Scott Robinson and Friends. Saturday, October 19, at 8 p.m., doors at 7 p.m. All tickets are only $1.

  • Mountainfilm on Tour is coming to the Livery in Norwood on October 19th. The show will explore the themes connected to Mountainfilm’s mission: using the power of film, art and ideas to inspire audiences to create a better world. There will be a silent auction with all proceeds will go to the NPRD Climbing Team. Doors at 6 p.m. / Films at 7 p.m.

  • Colorado U.S. Senator Michael Bennet invites residents from Ouray and San Miguel Counties to meet with his Constituent Advocate, Janet Wolf, who will be hosting listening sessions. The next session will be held October 16th at the Wilkinson Library, 11-1pm. To schedule an appointment send an email to janet_wolf@bennet.senate.gov. Please include a brief description of the issue you want to address. You can also call 970.259.1710

  • Mark your calendar for KOTO's 44th annual Halloween Bash!! Local band Alan Booradley & The NIA (Neighborhood Improvement Association) is playing at The Liberty on October 31st. Doors are at 8, show at 9. Tickets are $10 in advance thru Brown Paper Tickets or $15 at the door. Costume contest and prizes!

  • Registration is open for the 4 Corners Snow and Avalanche Workshop, October 26th, at the Silverton Public School Gym. This is a continuing avalanche education opportunity for avalanche professionals and recreational backcountry users in the Southern Rocky Mountains. Register and find out more at avyschool.org

  • The Telluride Arts District’s 2020 Small Grants for Artists are available now at telluridearts.org/small-grants. Applications are due December 19th.

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Oct
12
6:00 AM06:00

Saturday October 12

Birthdays:  DEBORAH CAMPBELL, JOHN DOURLET, BOB RONNY, MARY SHERIDAN, JASON BOMBARDIERI, LOU BRADLEY, JIM HUGHES, CHARLES REA, BUCKY SCHULER, LEE WALLICK, BILL McKITTRICK,  SUZANNA MOORE, SUSAN ANTON, TONY KUBECK, LUCIANO PAVAROTTI, DICK GREGORY,

At the Nugget:    10th Annual TELLURIDE HORROR SHOW

    Pick up a program or go to www.telluridehorrorshow.com for news and updates.

 

  • The Sunflower Theater in Cortez has upcoming shows this month. On October 17th, is a performance of Young Frankenstein, 7pm. Brooks Williams, folk artist, performs Friday, October 18 at 7:30pm. Alt Country group, Genuine Cowhide, performs Saturday, November 2nd at 7:30pm.

  • The 17th Annual Ouray County Winter Sports Swap continues today, 9am-1pm, at the Ridgway Elementary School. You will be able to purchase your Telluride Ski Resort season passes as well.

  • The 4th Annual Heritage Harvest Festival will take place today at the Nucla Town Park, 11am-4pm.

  • The award winning Navajo duo Sihasin (SEE-HAW-SIN) performs at the Liberty tonight, 7pm. The show is all ages.

  • There will be a Meet ‘n Greet for School Board candidate Cheryl Carstens Miller at The Phoenix Bean today, 3-5.

  • The Progressive Women’s Caucus is hosting an election forum Tuesday, October 15th, from 6-8 pm at Rebekah Hall. It will also be aired live on KOTO. This will be an opportunity to hear about each of the local ballot issues and meet the candidates for Telluride town council.

  • Colorado U.S. Senator Michael Bennet invites residents from Ouray and San Miguel Counties to meet with his Constituent Advocate, Janet Wolf, who will be hosting listening sessions. The next session will be held October 16th at the Wilkinson Library, 11-1pm. To schedule an appointment send an email to janet_wolf@bennet.senate.gov. Please include a brief description of the issue you want to address. You can also call 970.259.1710

  • Marie Luna is the featured reader for the Talking Gourds Poetry Club gathering Tuesday Oct. 15th, 6pm, at the Telluride Arts HQ. The theme will be “Growing.”

  • Robin Wall Kimmerer, author of the book Braiding Sweetgrass, is Wilkinson Public Library’s One Book, One Canyon (OBOC) author for 2019. Kimmerer will lead a writing workshop on Monday, October 14th, from 1:30 to 3:30pm (advance sign up required at telluridelibrary.org), followed by a book talk and signing at 6:00 pm at the library. Copies of Braiding Sweetgrass are available at the library, while supplies last.

  • It's election time again for the San Miguel Educational Fund Board of Directors. That's KOTO's governing board. There are four seats available. If you'd like to be involved in KOTO's management and direction, submit a statement of interest, not to exceed 150 words, to cara@koto.org by October 25th.

  • The Hanley Ice Rink opens for the winter season tomorrow. The schedule is available on the Town of Telluride’s website and on koto.org.

  • The 5th annual Harvest Celebration, hosted by the Lone Cone Legacy Trust, takes place tonight from 5:30-9pm at the Livery in Norwood. Lone Cone Legacy Trust is fundraising to preserve the legacy of Norwood and re-investing in the community. Come enjoy live music from the Joe Spor band, a silent auction, locally sourced food, and beer and wine. Tickets can be purchased on line at www.loneconelegacy.org or at the door.

  • CPR World is offering First Aid and CPR/AED training on Monday, October 14th, 5:00-9:30pm at the Telluride Firehouse. Text or call Kevin at 970-729-2779 for more information.

  • There will be a memorial service for Mark Niebruegge, (knee-brug-ee), on Monday, October 14th, at 3pm at St. Patrick’s Church.

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Oct
11
6:00 AM06:00

Friday October 11

Birthdays: LUKE PERRY, DARYL HALL, JOAN CUSACK, TOM BAUER, ANNA BROWN, BEN DEMPSEY, JULIE HAMILTON, STEPHEN SEDLAR, CARROLL McCARTHY, DAVID SMITH, ROBERT CHINN, SUSAN GARBER, BRAD HATCHER, DOROTHEA LUCARELLI, SHARON MILLER, ALLEN PATTIE, ROBYN SHAW, JONATHAN ROGERS, ELEANOR ROOSEVELT, CHRIS WHALING

At the Nugget:      10th Annual TELLURIDE HORROR SHOW

    Pick up a program or go to www.telluridehorrorshow.com for news and updates.

 

  • The 5th annual Harvest Celebration, hosted by the Lone Cone Legacy Trust, will be tomorrow from 5:30-9pm at the Livery in Norwood. Lone Cone Legacy Trust is fundraising to preserve the legacy of Norwood and re-investing in the community. Come enjoy live music from the Joe Spor band, a silent auction, locally sourced food, and beer and wine. Tickets can be purchased on line at www.loneconelegacy.org or at the door.

  • The Telluride Historical Museum invites you to explore the iconic Lone Tree Cemetery in the ambiance and eeriness of lantern light. Meet at Shed in the middle of the cemetery, 6pm. Please purchase tickets in advance by calling the museum at 970-728-3344, (limited space available). Dress warm and bring a flashlight!

  • In honor of Indigenous peoples Day, the award winning Navajo duo Sihasin (SEE-HAW-SIN) returns to Telluride at the Liberty for an evening of music and more. The show is all ages and starts at 7pm, tomorrow night.

  • The 4th Annual Heritage Harvest Festival will take place tomorrow at the Nucla Town Park, 11am-4pm.

  • The Telluride Horror Festival begins today and continues through Sunday, October 13th. Head to telluridehorrorshow.com for more information.

  • CPR World is offering First Aid and CPR/AED training on Monday, October 14th, 5:00-9:30pm at the Telluride Firehouse. Text or call Kevin at 970-729-2779 for more information.

  • The Ridgway Old West Fest will take place this weekend, October 11-13. The festival will highlight Ridgway’s film, ranching, and railroad heritage, and celebrate Western arts & culture. Go to ridgwaycolorado.com for a full schedule of events.

  • The 17TH Annual Ouray County Winter Sports Swap will be held today, 5-8pm and tomorrow, 9am-1pm, at the Ridgway Elementary School. You will be able to purchase your Telluride Ski Resort season passes as well. If you have gear or clothing to sell, you may drop it off at the Ridgway Elementary School between 11:00-4:00 today

  • On Saturday October 12th, there will be a Meet ‘n Greet for School Board candidate Cheryl Carstens Miller at The Phoenix Bean 3-5.

  • The Progressive Women’s Caucus is hosting an election forum Tuesday, October 15th, from 6-8 pm at Rebekah Hall. I twill also be aired live on KOTO. This will be an opportunity to hear about each of the local ballot issues and meet the candidates for Telluride town council.

  • The Hanley Ice Rink opens for the winter season Sunday, October 13th. The schedule is available on the Town of Telluride’s website and on koto.org.

  • The Telluride Farmers Market will begin an hour later today due to the cold weather- 11:30-4pm.

  • There will be a memorial service for Mark Niebruegge on Monday, October 14th, at 3pm at St. Patrick’s Church.

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