Jul
19
6:00 AM06:00

Friday July 19

Birthdays:   ANGELA MONFERRATO, BILL DEMETRE, GREG STOB, JEFF SALWEN, RANDY CRAFT, VIKKI CARR, ILIE NASTASE, ANTHONY EDWARDS, GEORGE McGOVERN, EDGAR DEGAS

At the Nugget :   5:30pm & 7:30pm  TOY STORY 4 (1h 40min  G)

 

Music on the Green presents The Carolyn Sills Combo, at the Reflection Plaza. Tonight, 5-7pm.

The Ah Haa Art Auction is tonight, beginning at 6 pm, with a live auction at 7:30 pm. Tickets are available now at www.ahhaa.org or by calling the Ah Haa at 728-3886.

Tri-County Health Network will host “Death Café” gatherings aimed at creating a space for community members to share their personal experiences with death and to explore aspects of dying—from practical insights into end of life care

and legal documents, to caregiving and grieving. Led by Juanita Ramsey. Upcoming dates are Sunday, July 21st, 4:30 pm at the Wilkinson Public Library and Tuesday, August 6th, 6:00 pm at Placerville School House. For more information about these events, please contact Ramsey at 360-477-9889.

The Telluride Jewish Community invites the public to attend a series of talks from Rabbi Terry Bookman. All sessions will be held at 15 Stonegate Drive, Mountain Village from 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm .  The course is FREE.  Please bring a bottle of wine and/or a favorite cheese to share. Session Three: Exile and the Middle Ages, takes place Tuesday, July 23rd. RSVP to tuvyah@eitzah.org.

The summer series of Improve Your Vision meets today at the Wilkinson Public Library. Meet instructor Jolana Vanek, every Friday through September, at 11:15am to 12:15pm. Dropping in, and leaving early is fine.

Own a piece of history! KOTO is auctioning a one-of-a-kind guitar, crafted from a piece of the original Fred Shellman Memorial Stage. The KOTOcaster is a semi hollow body, single pickup electric guitar, made from 30-year-old historic pine. Call the KOTO office at 970-728-4334 or email heidi@koto.org to place your bid and support your favorite radio station. For more information on the guitar, call Tom and Warren at Telluride Music Company at 970-728-9592. The current bid sits at $900.

Telluride Mountain Club's annual summer BBQ and membership drive takes place Thursday, July 25th, 5:15 pm – 7:45 pm, in Town Park. Featuring Live Music by TRICO, a raffle & silent auction, food by Fat Alley and BEER! If you would like to become a donor or sponsor/provide a product to the silent auction, please email telluridemountainclub@gmail.com.

The Sheridan Arts Foundation’s Young People's Theater will host its annual Summer Spectacular July 22-26, for young thespians ages 8-13. The week-long musical theater camp will end with two FREE performance of "Roald Dahl's Willy Wonka" at 1 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. on Friday, July 26.

Learn the basics of what you need to get started gardening in the mountains with experts from the CSU Extension office at the Michael Ruterbories Memorial Community Garden, July 27th, 10am-Noon. Come with questions and experienced gardeners will be on hand to answer them and offer consultations on your garden plots. The Michael Ruterbories Garden has 12 plots available to Mountain Village residents and businesses. To learn more and sign up for one of these plots, please visit townofmountainvillage.com/community-garden.

Saturday, July 20th, please join Sheep Mountain Alliance for a hike up Bear Creek!  Meet under the tent in Town Park at 9:30 am.  Please come for a family-friendly, free, guided hike, that is the second of our Latinx Summer Hike series. Please bring good walking shoes, a raincoat, lunch, water, and sunscreen!

Sheep Mountain Alliance will also hold a Happy Hour for Public Lands, on Monday, July 22nd  from 5:30-7:30 pm at Jagged Edge.  Look at maps and learn about how to engage on local public lands issues like the GMUG National Forest Plan. Pizza and Beer will be provided. 

The KOTO Board of Directors will meet Monday, July 22nd, at 5pm in the Telluride Room at the Wilkinson Library. The public is welcome to attend.

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Jul
18
6:00 AM06:00

Thursday July 18

Birthdays:  RICKY SKAGGS, MIKE GREENWELL, RED SKELTON, DION DiMUCCI, AARON TSCHETTER, DAVIS FANSLER, KAREN WEBB, KEN STACK, MARIANNE HAMILTON, STOCKER CAREY, STEVE FORBES, HUNTER THOMPSON, JOHN GLENN, HUME CRONYN, ELIZABETH McGOVERN, NELSON MANDELA

At the Nugget:  5:30pm & 7:30pm  TOY STORY 4 (1h 40min  G)

  • Cashmere RED will host world-renowned jewelry designer Simon Alcantara, tonight, 4-6 pm. Explore Alcantara's newest unreleased collection and learn about his unique handmade process. 

  • Movies Under the Stars presents Spiderman, tonight, and The Incredibles 2, Saturday, July 20th. Movies begin at 8:45 p.m. in the Reflection Plaza.

  • The Ah Haa Art Auction is Friday, July 19th beginning at 6 pm, with a live auction at 7:30 pm. Tickets are available now at www.ahhaa.org or by calling the Ah Haa at 728-3886. The Ah Haa is still looking for volunteers if you would prefer to help out. You will receive credit towards future classes at the Ah Haa!

  • Music on the Green presents The Carolyn Sills Combo, at the Reflection Plaza. Tomorrow night, 5-7pm.

  • Practice your Spanish skills with other Spanish speakers during the Wilkinson Library’s Spanish Happy Hour. All levels welcome! At Esperanza’s, tonight, 5-6:30pm.

  • The Sheridan Arts Foundation’s Young People's Theater will host its annual Summer Specular July 22-26, for young thespians ages 8-13. The week-long musical theater camp will end with two FREE performance of "Roald Dahl's Willy Wonka" at 1 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. on Friday, July 26.

  • Telluride Mountain Club's annual summer BBQ and membership drive takes place Thursday, July 25th, 5:15 pm – 7:45 pm, in Town Park. Featuring Live Music by TRICO, a raffle & silent auction, food by Fat Alley and BEER! If you would like to become a donor or sponsor/provide a product to the silent auction, please email telluridemountainclub@gmail.com.

  • Telluride Arts and Architecture Week continues through Sunday, July 21st. More info available on their website, tellurideartandarchitecture.com

  • Join ELECTRIC for a night of comedy and dance, this Sunday, 8pm, at the Liberty! ELECTRIC was the 3rd place winner of KOTO’s Lip Sync this past winter. Don’t miss what is sure to be an entertaining evening!

  • The 2019 Americana Music Festival at the Sheridan Opera House continues through Saturday, July 20th. More information and a full schedule of performances available at tellurideamericana.com

  • The summer series of Improve Your Vision meets tomorrow at the Wilkinson Public Library. Meet instructor Jolana Vanek, every Friday through September, at 11:15am to 12:15pm. Dropping in, and leaving early is fine.

  • Bluesman Seth Walker performs at the Bob Saunders Theater, July 21sy, 7:30pm. Tickets available at telluridepalm.com

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Jul
17
6:00 AM06:00

Wednesday July 17

Born on this day: PHYLLIS DILLER, LUCI ARNEZ, DAVID HASSELHOFF, PHOEBE SNOW, ART LINKLETTER, DONALD SUTHERLAND, DIAHANN CARROLL, ADAM MOYER, ERIC BRANDT, HEATHER FRENCH, KATHERINE SNIP, HEIDI CONNOR

At the Nugget:   5:30pm & 7:30pm  TOY STORY 4 (1h 40min  G)

 

  • U.S. Senate candidate Andrew Romanoff will be hosting a Meet and Great at the Phoenix Bean today, 11am-noon. Members of the public are encouraged to attend to learn more about the campaign.

  • The Pinhead Institute’s Annual Fundraiser, The Science of Cocktails, will take place Saturday, July 20th, at the Transfer Warehouse, 6-9pm. More info available at pinheadinstitue.org.

  • Shawn James performs tonight as part of the Sunset Concert Series. In Mountain Village, 6-8pm.

  • Telluride Theatre Presents Shakespeare In The Park- The Tempest. July 20 - 28 - ON Town Park Stage, 8pm nightly, Sunday July 21st matinee at 2pm. There will be no performance Wednesday, July 24. Rain or shine. Tickets are available at telluridetheatre.org

  • Tickets are available for Trout Unlimited and Gunnison Gorge Anglers’ annual fundraiser, Trout-A-Palooza. For info and reservations, call Telluride Outside at 728-3895. Tickets will also be available at the door. The fundraiser takes place Thursday, July 25th, 6-8pm, in the Ski Plaza Lounge. There will be a free casting clinic, 5-6pm.

  • The Bow Wow Film Festival, a benefit for the Second Chance Humane Society, will happen July 21st at the Sheridan Opera House. Films begin at 5pm. Tickets and trailers can be found at bowwowfilmfestival.com.

  • Cashmere RED will host jewelry designer Simon Alcantara, tomorrow, 4-6 pm. Explore Alcantara's newest unreleased collection and learn about his unique handmade process. 

  • Practice your Spanish skills with other Spanish speakers during the Wilkinson Library’s Spanish Happy Hour. All levels welcome! At Esperanza’s, tomorrow night, 5-6:30pm.

  • Reverend Sekou & the Freedom Fighters with opener John Fullbright play Ridgway's free summer concert series tomorrow! The series runs every Thursday evening in July at the Ridgway Town Park, 6-10pm. More info @ www.pickinproductions.com

  • The Telluride Historical Museum invites you to join local historian/story teller Ashley Boling for a Historical Walking Tour of Telluride. Meet at the museum, tomorrow, 1pm.

  • The Ah Haa Art Auction is Friday, July 19th beginning at 6 pm, with a live auction at 7:30 pm. Tickets are available now at www.ahhaa.org or by calling the Ah Haa at 728-3886. The Ah Haa is still looking for volunteers if you would prefer to help out. You will receive credit towards future classes at the Ah Haa!

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Jul
16
6:00 AM06:00

Tuesday July 16

Born on this day: BECCA THORENSON, JENNIFER MARSHAL, BRETLEY DANNER, CAMEO SMITH, DONNA KOLAR, JEFF PECK, KENT BRIDGES, KENT GAYLORD, STEVE SCHEIN, JODI SARAZEN, BARRY SANDERS, ORVILLE REDENBACHER,

At the Nugget:  5:30pm & 7:30pm  TOY STORY 4 (1h 40min  G)

 

  • Join Tri-County Health Network and Wilkinson Public Library for a free community meal and conversation on how immigration impacts our community. Tonight in the Program Room, 5:30-8:30pm. Childcare and interpretation provided! More information available at tchnetwork.org

  • Own a piece of history! KOTO is auctioning a one-of-a-kind guitar, crafted from a piece of the original Fred Shellman Memorial Stage. The KOTOcaster is a semi hollow body, single pickup electric guitar, made from 30-year-old historic pine. Call the KOTO office at 970-728-4334 or email heidi@koto.org to place your bid and support your favorite radio station. For more information on the guitar, call Tom and Warren at Telluride Music Company at 970-728-9592. The current bid is $900!

  • Session two of Rabbi Terry Bookman’s series of talks will take place tonight. The topic will be From Temple to Synagogue. All sessions will be held at 15 Stonegate Drive, Mountain Village from 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm.  The course is FREE.  RSVP to tuvyah@eitzah.org.

  • Jackson Emmer performs at the Sheridan SHOW Bar tonight, 8pm. His performance kicks off the 2019 Americana Music Festival at the Sheridan Opera house. More information and a full schedule of performances available at tellurideamericana.com

  • The Palm Telluride Summer Jazz Series begins with the musical visionaries Carisma de Venus, who are travelling from the rain forests of Costa Rica to the United States for the first time to share their unique music with Telluride. Tonight, 7:30-9pm. Tickets available at telluridepalm.com.

  • Telluride Theater’s Shakespeare in the Park brings you performances of the Tempest, July 20th-28th. Tickets are available at telluridetheater.org

  • Practice your Spanish skills with other Spanish speakers during the Wilkinson Library’s Spanish Happy Hour. All levels welcome! At Esperanza’s, Thursday, July 18th, 5-6:30pm.

  • Movies Under the Stars presents Spiderman, this Thursday, and The Incredibles 2, Saturday, July 20th. Movies begin at 8:45 p.m. in the Reflection Plaza.

  • Tickets are available for Trout Unlimited’s annual fundraiser, Trout-A-Palooza. For info and reservations, call Telluride Outside at 728-3895. Tickets will also be available at the door. The fundraiser takes place Thursday, July 25th, 6-8pm.

  • The Pinhead Institute’s Annual Fundraiser, The Science of Cocktails, will take place Saturday, July 20th, at the Transfer Warehouse, 6-9pm. More info available at pinheadinstitue.org.

  • The Telluride Science Research Center’s Town Talk series continue tonight with a discussion on Alternative Energy. At the Telluride Conference Center, 6:30pm.

  • Telluride Arts and Architecture Week continues through Sunday, July 21st. More info available on their website, tellurideartandarchitecture.com

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Jul
15
6:00 AM06:00

Monday July 15

Born on this day: LINDA RONSTADT, JAN MICHAEL-VINCENT, BRIGETTE NEILSON, KIM ALEXIS, CLIVE CUSSLER, GABY ANSTEY, GINNY FRASER, JIM RUSSELL, KIM SEAWELL, KELLY WAGNER, BROOKE CROSBY, JULIE MIDDLEBROOKS, STEVEN YAHN, FOREST WHITAKER, REMBRANDT VAN RUN, MOTHER CABRINI

At the Nugget:  5:30pm & 7:30pm  TOY STORY 4 (1h 40min  G)

 

  • Telluride Theater’s Shakespeare in the Park brings you performances of the Tempest, July 20th-28th. Tickets are available at telluridetheater.org

  • The Progressive Women’s Caucus of the San Juan’s thinks you should run for office! Women and non-binary people are invited to join the PWC today, 5:30-7:30pm at 216 Colorado Ave. Learn details about regional elected offices, tactics for effective campaigns, and hear from current women leaders about their experiences in office. Interpretation services will be available. For more info email progressivewomen.sanjuans@gmail.com or call 720-333-9188

  • Own a piece of history! KOTO is auctioning a one-of-a-kind guitar, crafted from a piece of the original Fred Shellman Memorial Stage. The KOTOcaster is a semi hollow body, single pickup electric guitar, made from 30-year-old historic pine. Call the KOTO office at 970-728-4334 or email heidi@koto.org to place your bid and support your favorite radio station. For more information on the guitar, call Tom and Warren at Telluride Music Company at 970-728-9592.

  • Tri-County Health Network will host 3 upcoming “Death Café” gatherings aimed at creating a space for community members to share their personal experiences with death and to explore aspects of dying—from practical insights into end of life care and legal documents, to caregiving and grieving. Led by Juanita Ramsey. The first gathering takes place tonight, 6:00 pm at Lone Cone Library, in Norwood. For more information about these events, please contact Ramsey at 360-477-9889.

  • The Palm Telluride Summer Jazz Series begins with the musical visionaries Carisma de Venus, who are travelling from the rain forests of Costa Rica to the United States for the first time to share their unique music with Telluride. Tomorrow, July 16th, 7:30-9pm. Tickets available at telluridepalm.com.

  • Join Tri-County Health Network and Wilkinson Public Library for a free community meal and conversation on how immigration impacts our community. Tomorrow in the Program Room, 5:30-8:30pm. Childcare and interpretation provided! More information available at tchnetwork.org

  • Cashmere RED will host world-renowned jewelry designer Simon Alcantara, Thursday, July 18th, 4-6 pm. Explore Alcantara's newest unreleased collection and learn about his magical handmade process. 

  • The Bow Wow Film Festival, a benefit for the Second Chance Humane Society, will happen July 21st at the Sheridan Opera House. Films begin at 5pm. Tickets and trailers can be found at bowwowfilmfestival.com.

  • Session two of Rabbi Terry Bookman’s series of talks will take place tomorrow, July 16th. The topic will be From Temple to Synagogue. All sessions will be held at 15 Stonegate Drive, Mountain Village from 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm.  The course is FREE.  RSVP to tuvyah@eitzah.org.

  • Jackson Emmer performs at the Sheridan SHOW Bar tomorrow night, 8pm.

  • Tickets are available for Trout Unlimited’s annual fundraiser, Trout-A-Palooza. For info and reservations, call Telluride Outside at 728-3895. Tickets will also be available at the door. The fundraiser takes place Thursday, July 25th, 6-8pm.

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Jul
14
6:00 AM06:00

Sunday July 14

Birthdays:   JAN MALONE, KARLA BROWN, KEVIN EDGE, MOUSSA KONARE, PAUL HUBBS, GERALD FORD, PETE ROSE, CHRIS CROSS, DANIEL HUTCHINSON, DORIS BROOKS,  KIM LYBBERT, SHAWN METKE, LISA HARRIS, MIKE OPRISH, CHRISTINA LOWER, MATHEW FOX, WOODY GUTHERIE, POLLY BERGEN

At the Nugget:   5:30    TOY STORY 4      (1h 40min  G)

The Nugget Theater is closed and waiting for a part. They hope to re-open soon but we’ll keep you updated with their progress!

  • Eye bomb Photography presents vintage rock and roll/blues original photos from G Douglas Seitsinger. Today, 3-7pm at the Last Dollar Saloon. Swing by and meet the artist and browse the collection.

  • There is still space left in all Pinhead summer programs, but they’re filling up fast. To learn about classes and to register visit www.pinheadinstitute.org.

  • Telluride Theater’s Shakespeare in the Park brings you performances of the Tempest, July 20th-28th. Tickets are available at telluridetheater.org

  • Palm Arts continues its 2019 Classic Cinema Series celebrating cult film directors. The next film in the series is David Lynch’s American neo-noir black comedy-crime film, Wild at Heart. July 26th at 7pm. Admission is FREE with all donations benefit the Palm Arts Programming fund.

  • Tri-County Health Network will host 3 upcoming “Death Café” gatherings aimed at creating a space for community members to share their personal experiences with death and to explore aspects of dying—from practical insights into end of life care and legal documents, to caregiving and grieving. Led by Juanita Ramsey. Upcoming dates are Monday, July 15th, 6:00 pm at Lone Cone Library, in Norwood; Sunday, July 21st, 4:30 pm at the Wilkinson Public Library and Tuesday, August 6th, 6:00 pm at Placerville School House. For more information about these events, please contact Ramsey at 360-477-9889.

  • The Bow Wow Film Festival, a benefit for the Second Chance Humane Society, will happen July 21st at the Sheridan Opera House. Films begin at 5pm. Tickets and trailers can be found at bowwowfilmfestival.com.

  • The Progressive Women’s Caucus of the San Juan’s thinks you should run for office! Women and non-binary people are invited to join the PWC on July 15th to learn details about regional elected offices, tactics for effective campaigns, and hear from current women leaders about their experiences in office. Interpretation services will be available. For more info email progressivewomen.sanjuans@gmail.com or call 720-333-9188

  • The Telluride Historical Museum is excited to announce its 16th annual fundraiser, Feasting on History, will take place Saturday, August 3rd. Brunch will be hosted by Pete and Shari Mitchell at their home, 112 Single Tree Ridge, Mountain Village. The event will begin at 11:00 a.m. featuring the women of the Mahoney family, who will share family history and stories of the past.  Call the Museum at (970) 728-3344 to reserve your seat.

  • Session two of Rabbi Terry Bookman’s series of talks will take place Tuesday, July 16th. The topic will be From Temple to Synagogue. All sessions will be held at 15 Stonegate Drive, Mountain Village from 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm.  The course is FREE.  Please bring a bottle of wine and/or a favorite cheese to share. RSVP to tuvyah@eitzah.org.

  • Join Tri-County Health Network and Wilkinson Public Library for a free community meal and conversation on how immigration impacts our community. Tuesday, July 16th in the Program Room. Childcare and interpretation provided! More information available at tchnetwork.org

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Jul
13
6:00 AM06:00

Saturday July 13

Birthdays: MICHAEL CRAM, HARRISON FORD, LOUISE MANDRELL, PATRICK STEWART, ROGER McGUINN, SPUD WEBB, ALAN BRADBURY, MIKE REIDEL, HERB BRASINGTON, JACK KEMP, CHEECH MARIN, CAMERON CROWE,

At the Nugget:  5:30    TOY STORY 4      (1h 40min  G)

The Nugget Theater is closed and waiting for a part. They hope to re-open soon but we’ll keep you updated with their progress!

  • Movies Under the Stars presents Raiders of the Lost Ark, tonight. Movie begins at 8:45 p.m. in the Reflection Plaza.

  • Become the highest bidder and own a piece of history! A piece of the original Fred Shellman stage has become a guitar to continue its legacy. The KOTOcaster is a semi hollow body, single pickup electric guitar, made from 30-year-old historic pine. Call the KOTO office at 970-728-4334 to place your bid and support your favorite radio station. For more information on the guitar, call Tom and Warren at Telluride Music Company at 970-728-9592. Follow #kotocaster on Instagram to see the build from start to finish.

  • Session two of Rabbi Terry Bookman’s series of talks will take place Tuesday, July 16th. The topic will be From Temple to Synagogue. All sessions will be held at 15 Stonegate Drive, Mountain Village from 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm.  The course is FREE.  Please bring a bottle of wine and/or a favorite cheese to share. RSVP to tuvyah@eitzah.org.

  • The Ah Haa Art Auction is Friday, July 19th beginning at 6 pm, with a live auction at 7:30 pm. Tickets are available now at www.ahhaa.org or by calling the Ah Haa at 728-3886. The Ah Haa is still looking for volunteers if you would prefer to help out. You will receive credit towards future classes at the Ah Haa!

  • The Bow Wow Film Festival, a benefit for the Second Chance Humane Society, will happen July 21st at the Sheridan Opera House. Films begin at 5pm. Tickets and trailers can be found at bowwowfilmfestival.com.

  • The Progressive Women’s Caucus of the San Juan’s thinks you should run for office! Women and non-binary people are invited to join the PWC on July 15th to learn details about regional elected offices, tactics for effective campaigns, and hear from current women leaders about their experiences in office. Interpretation services will be available. For more info email progressivewomen.sanjuans@gmail.com or call 720-333-9188

  • Tri-County Health Network will host 3 upcoming “Death Café” gatherings aimed at creating a space for community members to share their personal experiences with death and to explore aspects of dying—from practical insights into end of life care

  • and legal documents, to caregiving and grieving. Led by Juanita Ramsey. Upcoming dates are Monday, July 15th, 6:00 pm at Lone Cone Library, in Norwood; Sunday, July 21st, 4:30 pm at the Wilkinson Public Library and Tuesday, August 6th, 6:00 pm at Placerville School House. For more information about these events, please contact Ramsey at 360-477-9889.

  • Met at the Palm present La Boheme, Monday, July 15th, 6pm. Tickets available at telluridepalm.com.

  • The Palm Telluride Summer Jazz Series begins with the musical visionaries Carisma de Venus, who are travelling from the rain forests of Costa Rica to the United States for the first time to share their unique music with Telluride! Tuesday, July 16th, 7:30-9pm. Tickets available at telluridepalm.com.

  • Eye bomb Photography presents vintage rock and roll/blues original photos from G Douglas Seitsinger. This Saturday and Sunday, 3-7pm at the Last Dollar Saloon. Swing by and meet the artist and browse the collection.

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Jul
12
6:00 AM06:00

Friday July 12

Birthdays:  LISA CHISM, CARR COLLINS, FLORRIE KANE, CLAIRE DODGE, CHRIS GARRETT, ED GLAZER, JOHN HAYES, TRACY KUREK, BILL NOYES, GREG PAVONE, PAUL SHERRY, JAY RAGUSA, RICK REPOLA, KRISTI YAMAGUCHI, RICHARD SIMMONS, BILL COSBY,

At the Nugget:     The Nugget Theater is closed and waiting for a part. They hope to re-open tomorrow but we’ll keep you updated with their progress!

  • KOTO’s live Broadcast of the 8th Annual Ride Fest begins tonight at 6pm. Tune in all weekend to hear live music and interviews from Town Park! KOTO’s regular program scheduling will resume Monday, July 15th.

  • Palm Arts continues its 2019 Classic Cinema Series celebrating cult film directors. The next film in the series is David Lynch’s American neo-noir black comedy-crime film, Wild at Heart. July 26th at 7pm. Admission is FREE with all donations benefit the Palm Arts Programming fund.

  • Session two of Rabbi Terry Bookman’s series of talks will take place Tuesday, July 16th. The topic will be From Temple to Synagogue. All sessions will be held at 15 Stonegate Drive, Mountain Village from 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm.  The course is FREE.  RSVP to tuvyah@eitzah.org.

  • Own a piece of history! KOTO is auctioning a one-of-a-kind guitar, crafted from a piece of the original Fred Shellman Memorial Stage. The KOTOcaster is a semi hollow body, single pickup electric guitar, made from 30-year-old historic pine. Call the KOTO office at 970-728-4334 or email heidi@koto.org to place your bid and support your favorite radio station. For more information on the guitar, call Tom and Warren at Telluride Music Company at 970-728-9592. The current bid is at $800!

  • Music on the Green presents Robert Ellis, the Texas piano man, tonight at the Reflection Plaza, 5-7pm.

  • Join the Telluride Historical Museum for a Hike Into History this Saturday, July 13th. Learn about Arborglyphs with John Sir Jesse! Meet at the Museum at 9am. Participants should bring water, snacks, lunch, rain and sun protection. More information can be found at telluridemuseum.org.

  • The Palm Telluride Summer Jazz Series begins with the musical visionaries Carisma de Venus, who are travelling from the rain forests of Costa Rica to the United States for the first time to share their unique music with Telluride! Tuesday, July 16th, 7:30-9pm. Tickets available at telluridepalm.com.

  • The Ah Haa Art Auction is Friday, July 19th beginning at 6 pm, with a live auction at 7:30 pm. Tickets are available now at www.ahhaa.org or by calling the Ah Haa at 728-3886. The Ah Haa is still looking for volunteers if you would prefer to help out. You will receive credit towards future classes at the Ah Haa!

  • The Progressive Women’s Caucus of the San Juan’s thinks you should run for office! Women and non-binary people are invited to join the PWC on July 15th to learn details about regional elected offices, tactics for effective campaigns, and hear from current women leaders about their experiences in office. Interpretation services will be available. For more info email progressivewomen.sanjuans@gmail.com or call 720-333-9188

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Jul
11
6:00 AM06:00

Thursday July 11

Born on this Day: STEVEN ANDERSON, WARREN MEAD, BONNIE POINTER, SUZANNE VEGA, ELLEN PILLSBURY, TAB HUNTER, LEON SPINKS, CHAD SCOTHORN, CINDY RYAN, BRET MOLES, JOHN WOLF JR., YUL BRENNER, RITCHIE SAMBORA,

At the Nugget: 5:30pm   MEN IN BLACK: INTERNATIONAL  (1h 54min     PG-13)

8:15pm    LATE NIGHT    (1h 42min    R)

  • The Ride Festival is this weekend, July 12th-14th. KOTO will be broadcasting the music live from Town Park, beginning Friday night at 6pm. Regular KOTO scheduling will resume Monday, July 15th! Thanks for tuning in!

  • The Great Bingo Revival is making a stop on their 2019 festival tour to team up with KOTO for the RIDE Fest, to bring you WIDESPREAD PANIC BINGO!!!  TONIGHT at OB’s Fly Me to the Moon! Doors: 8pm, Games: 8:30-10pm. Know your Panic trivia and you’ll increase your odds to win great prizes including a limited edition Grateful Dead Acoustic vinyl, released on Record Store Day, Mary Jane’s Medicinal’s heal-all kit, a BLINGED OUT festie bicycle, a Campground Coffee panic pack from Steaming Bean, a giant bag of local cherries from Vicki’s Fresh Food Movement, KOTO swag... and a GRAND PRIZE of one 3-day pass to the RIDE Festival!

  • Music on the Green presents Robert Ellis, the Texas piano man, tomorrow at the Reflection Plaza, 5-7pm.

  • Become the highest bidder and own a piece of history! A piece of the original Fred Shellman stage has become a guitar to continue its legacy. The KOTOcaster is a semi hollow body, single pickup electric guitar, made from 30-year-old historic pine. Call the KOTO office at 970-728-4334 to place your bid and support your favorite radio station. For more information on the guitar, call Tom and Warren at Telluride Music Company at 970-728-9592. Follow #kotocaster on Instagram to see the build from start to finish. The current bid is at $800.

  • The Ah Haa Art Auction is Friday, July 19th beginning at 6 pm, with a live auction at 7:30 pm. Tickets are available now at www.ahhaa.org or by calling the Ah Haa at 728-3886. The Ah Haa is still looking for volunteers if you would prefer to help out. You will receive credit towards future classes at the Ah Haa!

  • Les Poules a Colin with opener Rushad Eddleston perform tonight as part of Ridgway’s free concert series! The series runs every Thursday evening in July, at Ridgway’s Town Park (Hartwell Park). Music begins at 6pm.  More info @ pickinproductions.com

  • Movies Under the Stars presents Beauty & The Beast, tonight night, and Raiders of the Lost Ark, Saturday, July 13th. Movies begin at 8:45 p.m. in the Reflection Plaza.

  • Session two of Rabbi Terry Bookman’s series of talks will take place Tuesday, July 16th. The topic will be From Temple to Synagogue. All sessions will be held at 15 Stonegate Drive, Mountain Village from 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm.  The course is FREE.  Please bring a bottle of wine and/or a favorite cheese to share. RSVP to tuvyah@eitzah.org.

  • The Palm Telluride Summer Jazz Series begins with the musical visionaries Carisma de Venus, who are travelling from the rain forests of Costa Rica to the United States for the first time to share their unique music with Telluride on Tuesday, July 16th, 7:30-9pm. Tickets available at telluridepalm.com.

  • Join the Telluride Historical Museum for a Hike Into History this Saturday, July 13th. Learn about Arborglyphs with John Sir Jesse! Meet at the Museum at 9am. Participants should bring water, snacks, lunch, rain and sun protection. More information can be found at telluridemuseum.org.

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10
6:00 AM06:00

Wednesday July 10

Born on this day: DAVID BRINKLEY, JAMES BROLIN-STREISAND, ELIJAH BLUE ALLMAN, PETE DAHL, PETER INGLIS, GREG SCHENKEL, LIONEL STARR, MARIE LAW, SANDRA GEISLER, KAREN VANDENBRANDEN, ANNE CAREY, LILA JACOBS, TOM RUDOLPH, BELA FLECK

At the Nugget:  5:30pm    LATE NIGHT  (1h 42min    R)

                        8:15pm MEN IN BLACK: INTERNATIONAL (1h 54min     PG-13)

  • Two Skirts Annual fundraiser for the San Miguel Resource Center, Clutch for a Cause, begins today with an opening reception, and continues through Friday, July 12th.

  • Become the highest bidder and own a piece of history! A piece of the original Fred Shellman stage has become a guitar to continue its legacy. The KOTOcaster is a semi hollow body, single pickup electric guitar, made from 30-year-old historic pine. Call the KOTO office at 970-728-4334 to place your bid and support your favorite radio station. For more information on the guitar, call Tom and Warren at Telluride Music Company at 970-728-9592. Follow #kotocaster on Instagram to see the build from start to finish. The current bid sits at $800.

  • The Sunset Concert Series features Nikki Lane tonight, 6pm.

  • The Ah Haa Art Auction is Friday, July 19th beginning at 6 pm, with a live auction at 7:30 pm. Tickets are available now at www.ahhaa.org or by calling the Ah Haa at 728-3886. The Ah Haa is still looking for volunteers if you would prefer to help out. You will receive credit towards future classes at the Ah Haa!

  • The Bow Wow Film Festival, a benefit for the Second Chance Humane Society, will happen July 21st at the Sheridan Opera House. Films begin at 5pm. Tickets and trailers can be found at bowwowfilmfestival.com.

  • The Great Bingo Revival is making a stop on their 2019 festival tour to team up with KOTO for the RIDE Fest, to bring you WIDESPREAD PANIC BINGO!!!  This Thursday night, at OB’s Fly Me to the Moon! Doors: 8pm, Games: 8:30-10pm. Know your Panic trivia and you’ll increase your odds to win great prizes including a limited edition Grateful Dead Acoustic vinyl, released on Record Store Day, Mary Jane’s Medicinal’s heal-all kit, a BLINGED OUT festie bicycle, a Campground Coffee panic pack from Steaming Bean, a giant bag of local cherries from Vicki’s Fresh Food Movement, KOTO swag... and a GRAND PRIZE of one 3-day pass to the RIDE Festival!

  • The Progressive Women’s Caucus of the San Juan’s thinks you should run for office! Women and non-binary people are invited to join the PWC on July 15th to learn details about regional elected offices, tactics for effective campaigns, and hear from current women leaders about their experiences in office. Interpretation services will be available. For more info email progressivewomen.sanjuans@gmail.com or call 720-333-9188

  • Les Poules a Colin with opener Rushad Eddleston perform tomorrow as part of Ridgway’s free concert series! The series runs every Thursday evening in July, at Ridgway’s Town Park (Hartwell Park). Music begins at 6pm.  More info @ pickinproductions.com

  • Movies Under the Stars presents Beauty & The Beast, tomorrow night, and Raiders of the Lost Ark, Saturday, July 13th. Movies begin at 8:45 p.m. in the Reflection Plaza.

  • Telluride Theater’s Shakespeare in the Park brings you performances of the Tempest, July 20th-28th. Tickets are available at telluridetheater.org

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Jul
9
6:00 AM06:00

Tuesday July 9

Born on this day:  PHIL HAYDEN, JENNFER SKELLION, MEREDITH MUELLER-HAUZE, DENNY WRESTLER, J.S. BERGER, TOM HANKS, MARC ALMOND, JOE VALLANCE,  KELLY McGILLIS, O.J. SIMPSON, ED AMES, JENIFER DABAL, JIMMY SMITS AND JOHN TESH, SEAN SULLIVAN,  NIKOLA TESLA, FRED SAVAGE, COURTNEY LOVE,

At the Nugget:   5:30pm    MEN IN BLACK: INTERNATIONAL  (1h 54min   PG-13)

        8:15pm    LATE NIGHT      1h 42min    R

 

  • There will be a memorial service for Su Badger today, July 9th, at 11am, beside the waterfall in the Town Park campground. Afterward, lunch will be served under the “bra” in Town Park.

  • The Sherbino Theater’s Sherb Talk series features local alpinist, Hillaree Nelson, tonight at 8pm. Hilaree's talk, "Daring Greatly", will include a mix of photos and video and will discuss how she got started in the world of mountaineering, with a focus on the ski descent of Lhotse this last fall.

  • Become the highest bidder and own a piece of history! A piece of the original Fred Shellman stage has become a guitar to continue its legacy. The KOTOcaster is a semi hollow body, single pickup electric guitar, made from 30-year-old historic pine. Call the KOTO office at 970-728-4333 to place your bid and support your favorite radio station. For more information on the guitar, call Tom and Warren at Telluride Music Company at 970-728-9592. Follow #kotocaster on Instagram to see the build from start to finish.

  • The Telluride Science Research Center’s Town Talks continues tonight, with a conversation on “Using Nature’s Blueprint to Build a Sustainable Energy Future.” At the Telluride Conference Center, 6:30pm.

  • The Telluride Jewish Community invites the public to attend a series of talks from Rabbi Terry Bookman. All sessions will be held at 15 Stonegate Drive, Mountain Village from 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm .  The course is FREE.  Please bring a bottle of wine and/or a favorite cheese to share. Session One, The Ancient World of the Bible, will take place tonight. RSVP to tuvyah@eitzah.org.

  • The San Miguel County Planning Commission will meet tomorrow, second floor of the Miramonte building, next to Town Hall, 9am-noon. On the agenda to be discussed: Affordable housing, 2018 building codes and energy codes, roles and responsibilities of the Planning Commission, past projects and future plans. For more information, contact the Planning Department at 970.728.3083. Meeting times are approximate. This work session is open to the public.

  • The Great Bingo Revival is making a stop on their 2019 festival tour to team up with KOTO for the RIDE Fest, to bring you WIDESPREAD PANIC BINGO!!!  This Thursday night, at OB’s Fly Me to the Moon! Doors: 8pm, Games: 8:30-10pm. Know your Panic trivia and you’ll increase your odds to win great prizes including a limited edition Grateful Dead Acoustic vinyl, released on Record Store Day, Mary Jane’s Medicinal’s heal-all kit, a BLINGED OUT festie bicycle, a Campground Coffee panic pack from Steaming Bean, a giant bag of local cherries from Vicki’s Fresh Food Movement, KOTO swag... and MORE!

  • Two Skirts Annual fundraiser for the San Miguel Resource Center, Clutch for a Cause, will kick off tomorrow with an opening reception, and continue through Friday, July 12th. Donations of gently used handbags, clutches, pocketbooks, purses, wallets and totes will be accepted through today.

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8
6:00 AM06:00

Monday July 8

Born on this day:  JESSICA HATCH, ANN LARIVEE, JIM REYNOLDS, CHARLES SULLIVAN, SIX DEGREES -KEVIN BACON, STEVE LAWRENCE, JERRY VALE, KIM DARBY, TAYLOR MAINE PEARL BROOKS, ROONE ARLEDGE, ANJELICA HUSTON, BECK,

At the Nugget:   5:30pm   LATE NIGHT   (1h 42min    R)

 8:15pm    MEN IN BLACK: INTERNATIONAL  (1h 54min     PG-13 )

 

  • The Wilkinson Library’s Annual Pie Contest is today. Drop off your homemade pie, along with the recipe, from 5-6pm on the Library's back patio on the day of the competition. Judging will begin promptly at 6:15pm. Prizes will be awarded for Best in Show, 2nd place, 3rd place, Most Creative and People's Choice at 7pm.

  • The Telluride Science Research Center’s Town Talks continues Tuesday, July 9th, with a conversation on “Using Nature’s Blueprint to Build a Sustainable Energy Future.” At the Telluride Conference Center, 6:30pm.

  • There will be a memorial service for Su Badger tomorrow, Tuesday, July 9th, at 11am, beside the waterfall in the Town Park campground. Afterward, lunch will be served under the “bra” in Town Park.

  • Own a piece of history! KOTO is auctioning a one-of-a-kind guitar, crafted from a piece of the original Fred Shellman Memorial Stage. The KOTOcaster is a semi hollow body, single pickup electric guitar, made from 30-year-old historic pine. Call the KOTO office at 970-728-4334 or email heidi@koto.org to place your bid and support your favorite radio station. For more information on the guitar, call Tom and Warren at Telluride Music Company at 970-728-9592.

  • The community is invited to sip and savor over 30 rose wines and enjoy hors d’oeuvres to benefit breast cancer research and the Telluride Medical Center at the P.I.N.K. Patio Party. Saturday, July 27th, 3-5pm. at Tomboy Tavern. For more information visit tellmed.org.

  • The Progressive Women’s Caucus of the San Juan’s thinks you should run for office! Women and non-binary people are invited to join the PWC on July 15th to learn details about regional elected offices, tactics for effective campaigns, and hear from current women leaders about their experiences in office. nterpretation services will be available. For more info email progressivewomen.sanjuans@gmail.com or call 720-333-9188

  • The Bow Wow Film Festival, a benefit for the Second Chance Humane Society, will happen July 21st at the Sheridan Opera House. Film begin at 5pm. Tickets and trailers can be found at bowwowfilmfestival.com.

  • The San Miguel County Planning Commission will meet Wednesday, July 10th, second floor of the Miramonte building, next to Town Hall, 9am-noon. On the agenda to be discussed: Affordable housing, 2018 building codes and energy codes, roles and responsibilities of the Planning Commission, past projects and future plans. For more information, contact the Planning Department at 970.728.3083. Meeting times are approximate. This work session is open to the public.

  • The Telluride Jewish Community invites the public to attend a series of talks from Rabbi Terry Bookman. All sessions will be held at 15 Stonegate Drive, Mountain Village from 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm .  The course is FREE.  Please bring a bottle of wine and/or a favorite cheese to share. Session One, The Ancient World of the Bible, will take place tomorrow night. RSVP to tuvyah@eitzah.org.

  • Telluride Theater’s Shakespeare in the Park brings you performances of the Tempest, July 20th-28th. Tickets are available at telluridetheater.org

  • Two Skirts Annual fundraiser for the San Miguel Resource Center, Clutch for a Cause, will kick off Wednesday, July 10th, with an opening reception, and continue through Friday, July 12th. Donations of gently used handbags, clutches, pocketbooks, purses, wallets and totes will be accepted through tomorrow.

  • The Great Bingo Revival is making a stop on their 2019 festival tour to team up with KOTO for the RIDE Fest, to bring you WIDESPREAD PANIC BINGO!!!  This Thursday night, at OB’s Fly Me to the Moon! Doors: 8pm, Games: 8:30-10pm. Know your Panic trivia and you’ll increase your odds to win great prizes including a limited edition Grateful Dead Acoustic vinyl, released on Record Store Day, Mary Jane’s Medicinal’s heal-all kit, a BLINGED OUT festie bicycle, a Campground Coffee panic pack from Steaming Bean, a giant bag of local cherries from Vicki’s Fresh Food Movement, KOTO swag... and MORE!

     

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Jul
7
6:00 AM06:00

Sunday July 7

Birthdays:  DOC SEVERINSON, SHELLY DUVALL, RINGO STARR, CHUCK KNOBLAUCH, PIERRE CARDIN, JESSICA HAHN, STEVE KOCH, BILL McCARTHY, SUSIE BAILLARGEON, JAMES LOO, NANCY MURPHY, JOSSELIN LIFTON-ZOLINE, LISA LESLIE

At the Nugget:   5:00pm  MEN IN BLACK: INTERNATIONAL (1h 54min     PG-13)

                             8:00pm    ORIGINAL THINKERS PRESENTS ORIGINAL SHORTS AND PARTY

  • Original Thinkers will screen a series of short films with big ideas, tonight, at the Nugget Theater. Films begin at 8pm. There will be a post-screening gathering at Ghost Town, where the public is invited to partake in finger foods, cocktails and conversation. This is a free event. 

  • The Summer Arts Bazaar will take place today at the Transfer Warehouse, 11am-5pm.

  • Ah Haa’s 27th Annual Silent Auction takes place Friday, July 19th, at the depot, with doors opening at 6 p.m. Tickets are available for purchase to the auction. Head to ahhaa.org or call (970) 728-3886 to purchase VIP seated tickets.

  • The Wilkinson Library’s Annual Pie Contest is tomorrow! Drop off your homemade pie, along with the recipe, from 5-6pm on the Library's back patio on the day of the competition. Judging will begin promptly at 6:15pm. Prizes will be awarded for Best in Show, 2nd place, 3rd place, Most Creative and People's Choice at 7pm.

  • The Progressive Women’s Caucus of the San Juan’s thinks you should run for office! Women and non-binary people are invited to join the PWC on July 15th to learn details about regional elected offices, tactics for effective campaigns, and hear from current women leaders about their experiences in office. nterpretation services will be available. For more info email progressivewomen.sanjuans@gmail.com or call 720-333-9188

  • Own a piece of history! KOTO is auctioning a one-of-a-kind guitar, crafted from a piece of the original Fred Shellman Memorial Stage. The KOTOcaster is a semi hollow body, single pickup electric guitar, made from 30-year-old historic pine. Call the KOTO office at 970-728-4334 or email heidi@koto.org to place your bid and support your favorite radio station. For more information on the guitar, call Tom and Warren at Telluride Music Company at 970-728-9592.

  • There is still space left in all Pinhead summer programs, but they’re filling up fast. To learn about classes and to register visit www.pinheadinstitute.org.

  • Telluride Theater’s Shakespeare in the Park brings you performances of the Tempest, July 20th-28th. Tickets are available at telluridetheater.org

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Jul
6
6:00 AM06:00

Saturday July 6

Birthdays: MICHAEL BOCCHINI, DAVID CHAMBERLAIN, DAVE HOLUBETZ, TERRY CATSMAN, CHRIS NEWMAN,  JENNIFER ROSE,  MIKE O’MALLEY, BECKY GASPAR,  MIKE ROOF, NANCY REAGAN, SYLVESTER STALLONE, MERV GRIFFIN, NED BEATTY, FRED DRYER, DELLA REESE & BURT WARD

At the Nugget:   5:30pm    LATE NIGHT      (1h 42min    R)

                             8:15pm    MEN IN BLACK: INTERNATIONAL (1h 54min     PG-13)

 

  • Original Thinkers will screen a series of short films with big ideas, tomorrow night, at the Nugget Theater. Films begin at 8pm. There will be a post-screening gathering at Ghost Town, where the public is invited to partake in finger foods, cocktails and conversation. This is a free event.

  • Movies Under the Stars presents Lemony Snicket, tonight. Movie begins at 8:45 p.m. in the Reflection Plaza.

  • Join Story Time on Tour this morning at the Placerville School House, 11am.

  • The Summer Arts Bazaar will take place today and tomorrow at the Transfer Warehouse, 11am-5pm.

  • Telluride Theater’s Midsummer Night’s Gala is tonight, 6pm, at a secret location. Tickets available at telluridetheater.org.

  • The Annual Buccaneer’s Ball will take place at the Elks Lodge tonight, 7pm-midnight, with proceeds going to the Telluride Elks Scholarship Fund. Dress like a pirate and enjoy live music from the Telluride Gold Kings, with opener Looty Booty.

  • The Telluride Science Research Center’s Town Talks continues Tuesday, July 9th, with a conversation on “Using Nature’s Blueprint to Build a Sustainable Energy Future.” At the Telluride Conference Center, 6:30pm.

  • The community is invited to sip and savor over 30 rose wines and enjoy hors d’oeuvres to benefit breast cancer research and the Telluride Medical Center at the P.I.N.K. Patio Party. Saturday, July 27th, 3-5pm. at Tomboy Tavern. For more information visit tellmed.org.

  • Own a piece of history! KOTO is auctioning a one-of-a-kind guitar, crafted from a piece of the original Fred Shellman Memorial Stage. The KOTOcaster is a semi hollow body, single pickup electric guitar, made from 30-year-old historic pine. Call the KOTO office at 970-728-4334 or email heidi@koto.org to place your bid and support your favorite radio station. For more information on the guitar, call Tom and Warren at Telluride Music Company at 970-728-9592.

  • The Wilkinson Library’s Annual Pie Contest is Monday, July 8th. Drop off your homemade pie, along with the recipe, from 5-6pm on the Library's back patio on the day of the competition. Judging will begin promptly at 6:15pm. Prizes will be awarded for Best in Show, 2nd place, 3rd place, Most Creative and People's Choice at 7pm.

  • The Sherbino Theater will screen Anthill Film’s mountain bike movie, Return to the Earth tonight, 8pm.

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Jul
5
6:00 AM06:00

Friday July 5

Birthdays:   EDI FALCO, HUEY LEWIS, MARC COHN, GOOSE GOSSAGE, JULIE EISENHOWER, ERIC DOUD, LARRY GIANATTI, DOUG KAY, BECKY PADILLA, PATRICK RAY, MONIQUE TOULOUSE, NEAL ROBERTS, KATY JEWETT, STEVE S. SMITH,  NORAH MINTZ

At the Nugget :   5:30pm     MEN IN BLACK: INTERNATIONAL  (1h 54min PG-13)

8:15pm    LATE NIGHT    (1h 42min    R)

 

  • Tonight is Art Walk! Participating galleries will feature new exhibits and artists. 5-8pm.

  • The Artists of Rico will be showing their work the week of July 4th at the Mercantile building on Main Street, in Rico. All are welcome to attend. The show will be open today, 12-6pm, with the possibility of some hours on Saturday and Sunday.

  • The newly constructed Telluride Bike Park will open for the season today!

  • Between the Covers and the Telluride Historical Museum will celebrate the 50th anniversary release of the book, Tomboy Bride, with refreshments, readings, and special guests. Stop by the Museum today at 3pm to meet Tomboy Brides’ grandson, Rob Walton, as well as award-winning Colorado Author Pam Houston who wrote the foreword.

  • Rayland Baxter performs at the Sheridan Opera House tonight, 9pm.

  • Ah Haa’s 27th Annual Silent Auction takes place Friday, July 19th, at the depot, with doors opening at 6 p.m. Tickets are available for purchase to the auction. Head to ahhaa.org or call (970) 728-3886 to purchase VIP seated tickets.

  • The Telluride Jewish Community invites the public to attend a series of talks from Rabbi Terry Bookman. All sessions will be held at 15 Stonegate Drive, Mountain Village from 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm .  The course is FREE.  Please bring a bottle of wine and/or a favorite cheese to share. Session One, The Ancient World of the Bible, will take place July 9th. RSVP to tuvyah@eitzah.org.

  • The Annual Buccaneer’s Ball will take place at the Elks Lodge tomorrow night, 7pm-midnight, with proceeds going to the Telluride Elks Scholarship Fund. Dress like a pirate and enjoy live music from the Telluride Gold Kings, with opener Looty Booty.

  • Mike Doussan plays the Sheridan Opera House SHOW Bar tonight, from 6:30-8 p.m.

  • Don’t miss Ho Fun Deluxe with DJ Kentendo and live drumming from CuevaCueva tonight at the Moon. 10pm.

  • The Summer Arts Bazaar will take place tomorrow and Sunday at the Transfer Warehouse, 11am-5pm.

  • Telluride Theater’s Midsummer Night’s Gala is tomorrow at 6pm, at a secret location. Tickets available at telluridetheater.org.

  • Movies Under the Stars presents Lemony Snicket, tomorrow night. Movie begins at 8:45 p.m. in the Reflection Plaza.

  • The Telluride Yoga center is offering a variety of classes on acroyoga, spirituality & sadhana and more this summer. To find out more head to tellurideyoga.com

  • The West End Creative Arts Program invites the public to their performance of the full-length musical, EIGHT DAYS! Two chances to see the show today: 3:00PM AND 5:00PM at the Livery in Norwood. Tickets are donation-based and the show is kid-friendly.

  • The summer series of Improve Your Vision starts today at Wilkinson Public Library. Meet instructor Jolana Vanek every Friday through September at 11:15am to 12:15pm. Dropping in, and leaving early is fine.

  • Own a piece of history! KOTO is auctioning a one-of-a-kind guitar, crafted from a piece of the original Fred Shellman Memorial Stage. The KOTOcaster is a semi hollow body, single pickup electric guitar, made from 30-year-old historic pine. Call the KOTO office at 970-728-4334 or email heidi@koto.org to place your bid and support your favorite radio station. For more information on the guitar, call Tom and Warren at Telluride Music Company at 970-728-9592. The current bid sits at $750.

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Jul
4
6:00 AM06:00

Thursday July 4

Birthdays:  THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,  ELVIRA WUNDERLICH,  BILL KIMMEL, ED DARANYI, REGIS ARNOLD, GEORGE STEINBREINER, GERALDO RIVERA, LEONA HELMSLEY, NEIL SIMON, GINA LOLLABRIGIDA, ANN LANDERS, ABIGAIL VAN BUREN, LOUIS ARMSTRONG & DAVID SPERO

At the Nugget:  5:30pm  THE SECRET LIFE OF PETS 2  (1h 26min  PG)

 

  • Celebrations for Independence Day will take place all day! The parade will begin at 11am followed by the firefighters BBQ in Town Park, noon-4pm. The Telluride Historical Museum will be offering root beer floats and free entry to the museum 12:30-2:30pm. Fireworks from Town Park will take place at dark.

  • The Sunset Concert Series presents a Red White & Blues Celebration featuring Local Bands and DJ Kat V. Tonight, 6-8pm.

  • Movies Under the Stars presents the Sandlot, tonight and Lemony Snicket, Saturday, July 6th. Movies begin at 8:45 p.m. in the Reflection Plaza.

  • Telluride Theater’s, Midsummer Night’s Gala is Saturday, July 6th, at 6pm, at a secret location. Tickets available at telluridetheater.org.

  • The Artists of Rico will be showing their work the week of July 4th at the Mercantile building on Main Street, in Rico. All are welcome to attend. The show will be open today 10am-6pm and Friday 12-6pm with the possibility of some hours on Saturday and Sunday.

  • Between the Covers and the Telluride Historical Museum will celebrate the 50th anniversary release of the book, Tomboy Bride, with refreshments, readings, and special guests. Stop by the Museum tomorrow at 3pm to meet Tomboy Brides’ grandson, Rob Walton, as well as award-winning Colorado Author Pam Houston, who wrote the foreword. This is a free event and all are welcome!

  • Original Thinkers will screen a series of short films with big ideas, Sunday July 7th, at the Nugget Theater. Films begin at 8pm. There will be a post-screening gathering at Ghost Town, where the public is invited to partake in finger foods, cocktails and conversation. This is a free event.

  • Own a piece of history! KOTO is auctioning a one-of-a-kind guitar, crafted from a piece of the original Fred Shellman Memorial Stage. The KOTOcaster is a semi hollow body, single pickup electric guitar, made from 30-year-old historic pine. Call the KOTO office at 970-728-4334 or email heidi@koto.org to place your bid and support your favorite radio station. For more information on the guitar, call Tom and Warren at Telluride Music Company at 970-728-9592. The current bid sits at $750.

  • The Telluride Jewish Community invites the public to attend a series of talks from Rabbi Terry Bookman. All sessions will be held at 15 Stonegate Drive, Mountain Village from 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm .  The course is FREE.  Please bring a bottle of wine and/or a favorite cheese to share. Session One, The Ancient World of the Bible, will take place July 9th. RSVP to tuvyah@eitzah.org.

  • Enjoy a walking tour of Telluride’s Built Environment and Architecture, tomorrow. Meet at the Historical Museum at 11am.

  • The Annual Buccaneer’s Ball will take place at the Elks Lodge this Saturday, 7pm-midnight, with proceeds going to the Telluride Elks Scholarship Fund. Dress like a pirate and enjoy live music from the Telluride Gold Kings, with opener Looty Booty.

  • The West End Creative Arts Program invites the public to their performance of the full-length musical, EIGHT DAYS! Two chances to see the show tomorrow: 3:00PM AND 5:00PM at the Livery in Norwood. Tickets are donation-based and the show is kid-friendly.

  • This Friday, July 5th, the summer series of Improve Your Vision starts again at Wilkinson Public Library. Meet instructor Jolana Vanek every Friday through September at 11:15am to 12:15pm. Dropping in, and leaving early is fine.

     

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Jul
3
6:00 AM06:00

Wednesday July 3

Born on this day: TOM CRUISE, JOHNNY LEE, LAURA BRANIGAN, TAYLOR DAYNE, PETE FOUNTAIN, ANGELA MALLARD, ALBERT ALDASARO, KATHY RANSOM, JOYCE ALLRED, SCOTT WELLS, MONTEL WILLIAMS & VICTORIA IRWIN, JULIA CAULFIELD

At the Nugget:   5:30pm & 7:30pm  THE SECRET LIFE OF PETS 2 (1h 26min   PG)

 

  • Telluride’s Fourth of July celebration will take place tomorrow! The parade will begin at 11am followed by the firefighters BBQ in Town Park, noon-4pm. The Telluride Historical Museum will be offering root beer floats and free entry to the museum 12:30-2:30pm. Fireworks from Town Park will take place at dark.

  • Telluride Arts has acquired the Transfer Warehouse and they’re ready to celebrate! Tonight, 10-12pm at the Warehouse. Featuring live music by Lavalanche, a Digital Media Installation and the Name a Stone Campaign! This is a free event for the public!

  • The Artists of Rico will be showing their work the week of July 4th at the Mercantile building on Main Street, in Rico. All are welcome to attend. The show will be open today-12-6pm, tomorrow 10am-6pm and Friday 12-6pm, with the possibility of some hours on Saturday and Sunday.

  • Original Thinkers will screen a series of short films with big ideas, Sunday July 7th, at the Nugget Theater. Films begin at 8pm. There will be a post-screening gathering at Ghost Town, where the public is invited to partake in finger foods, cocktails and conversation.

  • On Friday July 5th, Between the Covers and the Telluride Historical Museum will celebrate the 50th anniversary release of the book, Tomboy Bride, with refreshments, readings, and special guests. Stop by the Museum at 3pm to meet Tomboy Brides grandson, Rob Walton, as well as award-winning Colorado Author Pam Houston who wrote the foreword.

  • Movies Under the Stars presents the Sandlot, tomorrow and Lemony Snicket, Saturday, July 6th. Movies begin at 8:45 p.m. in the Reflection Plaza.

  • Join Somos Uno and the Progressive Women's Caucus in the 4th of July parade in a patriotic show of dissent against family separation at our borders. You are invited to march in solidarity with those who have fled violence in their own countries and are now inhumanely held in detention centers. Posters and banners will be provided, but making your own is encouraged, too. Meet at the corner of Townsend and Colorado at 10:30am on July 4th. Call 708-0524 for more information.

  • San Miguel County needs your input! All Placerville and Down Valley homeowners will receive a survey in the mail soon, concerning water and sewer services. Please fill out and return the survey by today. More information available at sanmiguelcountyco.gov.

  • The newly constructed Telluride Bike Park will open for the season, Friday, July 5th.

  • The Sunset Concert Series presents a Red White & Blues Celebration featuring Lawrence. Tonight, 6-8pm. Tomorrow, the celebrations continue with Local Bands and DJ Kat V.  

  • Own a piece of history! KOTO is auctioning a one-of-a-kind guitar, crafted from a piece of the original Fred Shellman Memorial Stage. The KOTOcaster is a semi hollow body, single pickup electric guitar, made from 30-year-old historic pine. Call the KOTO office at 970-728-4334 or email heidi@koto.org to place your bid and support your favorite radio station. For more information on the guitar, call Tom and Warren at Telluride Music Company at 970-728-9592. The current bid sits at $750.

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Jul
2
6:00 AM06:00

Tuesday July 2

Born on this day: PAUL WILLIAMS, JERRY HALL, CHERYL LADD, JOSE CANSECO,  STEVE GREEN, ELIZABETH PLAMONDON, TERREL CAMPBELL, PATRICK FALLON, DIANE KIPFER,  CHANDLER TAMULONIS,  LISA MOLLOY, PAUL MACHERY,  MARGARET ANN QUENEMOEN, JAMES POLLARD, ROBYN WILLIS  & JASNIE CHAPPEL, TOM SARAZEN

 

At the Nugget:  5:30pm & 7:30pm  THE SECRET LIFE OF PETS 2 (1h 26min   PG)

 

  • Telluride’s Fourth of July celebration will take place on Thursday! The parade will begin at 11am followed by the firefighters BBQ in Town Park, noon-4pm. The Telluride Historical Museum will be offering root beer floats and free entry to the museum 12:30-2:30pm. Fireworks from Town Park will take place at dark.

  • The U.S. Air Force Academy Band Presents “America the Beautiful” A FREE Independence Day Concert at the Town Park Main Stage. Tonight at 7:00 PM. This is a non-ticketed event.  For more information, please visit www.usafacademyband.af.mil. 

  • Own a piece of history! KOTO is auctioning a one-of-a-kind guitar, crafted from a piece of the original Fred Shellman Memorial Stage. The KOTOcaster is a semi hollow body, single pickup electric guitar, made from 30-year-old historic pine. Call the KOTO office at 970-728-4334 or email heidi@koto.org to place your bid and support your favorite radio station. For more information on the guitar, call Tom and Warren at Telluride Music Company at 970-728-9592. The current bid sits at $750.

  • On Friday July 5th, Between the Covers and the Telluride Historical Museum will celebrate the 50th anniversary release of the book, Tomboy Bride, with refreshments, readings, and special guests. Stop by the Museum at 3pm to meet Tomboy Brides grandson, Rob Walton, as well as award-winning Colorado Author Pam Houston who wrote the foreword. This is a free event and all are welcome!

  • Telluride Arts has acquired the Transfer Warehouse and they’re ready to celebrate! Tonight, 10-12pm at the Warehouse. Featuring live music by Lavalanche,a Digital Media Installation and the Name a Stone Campaign! This is a free event for the public!

  • The Wilkinson Library’s Annual Pie Contest is Monday, July 8th. Drop off your homemade pie, along with the recipe, from 5-6pm on the Library's back patio on the day of the competition. Judging will begin promptly at 6:15pm. Prizes will be awarded for Best in Show, 2nd place, 3rd place, Most Creative and People's Choice at 7pm. Good luck and happy baking!

  • Movies Under the Stars presents the Sandlot, Thursday, July 4th and Lemony Snicket, Saturday, July 6th. Movies begin at 8:45 p.m. in the Reflection Plaza.

  • The Annual Buccaneer’s Ball will take place at the Elks Lodge July 6th, 7pm-midnight, with proceeds going to the Telluride Elks Scholarship Fund. Dress like a pirate and enjoy live music from the Telluride Gold Kings, with opener Looty Booty.

  • The Telluride Jewish Community invites the public to attend a series of talks from Rabbi Terry Bookman. All sessions will be held at 15 Stonegate Drive, Mountain Village from 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm .  The course is FREE.  Please bring a bottle of wine and/or a favorite cheese to share. Session One, The Ancient World of the Bible, will take place July 9th. RSVP to tuvyah@eitzah.org.

  • Join Somos Uno and the Progressive Women's Caucus in the 4th of July parade in a patriotic show of dissent against family separation at our borders. You are invited to march in solidarity with those who have fled violence in their own countries and are now inhumanely held in detention centers. Posters and banners will be provided, but making your own is encouraged, too. Meet at the corner of Townsend and Colorado at 10:30am on July 4th. Call 708-0524 for more information.

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Jul
1
6:00 AM06:00

Monday July 1

Born on this day: PRINCESS DI, DEBORAH HARRY, EVELYN CHAMPAGNE KING, KAREN BLACK, DAN ACKROYD, JAMIE FARR,  CARL LEWIS, LIV TYLER, PAMELA LEE, SYDNEY POLLACK

At the Nugget:  5:30pm & 7:30pm  THE SECRET LIFE OF PETS 2 (1h 26min   PG)

  • Donations of artwork to Ah Haa’s 27th Annual Silent Auction are due today. The Art Walk on July 5th will feature all of the artwork donated. The auction itself takes place Friday, July 19th, at the depot, with doors opening at 6 p.m. Tickets are available for purchase to the auction. Head to ahhaa.org or call (970) 728-3886 to purchase VIP seated tickets.

  • The U.S. Air Force Academy Band Presents “America the Beautiful” A FREE Independence Day Concert at the Town Park Main Stage. Tuesday, July 2nd at 7:00 PM. This is a non-ticketed event.  For more information, please visit www.usafacademyband.af.mil. 

  • The Artists of Rico will be showing their work the week of July 4th at the Mercantile building on Main Street, in Rico. All are welcome to attend. The show will be open Wednesday-12-6pm, Thursday 10am-6pm and Friday 12-6pm and possibly some hours on Saturday and Sunday.

  • Jamestown Revival performs at Club Red, tonight, 7:30pm.

  • Telluride’s Fourth of July celebration will take place on Thursday! The parade will begin at 11am followed by the firefighters BBQ in Town Park, noon-4pm. The Telluride Historical Museum will be offering root beer floats and free entry to the museum 12:30-2:30pm. Fireworks from Town Park will take place at dark.

  • The Annual Buccaneer’s Ball will take place at the Elks Lodge July 6th, 7pm-midnight, with proceeds going to the Telluride Elks Scholarship Fund. Dress like a pirate and enjoy live music from the Telluride Gold Kings, with opener Looty Booty.

  • The Telluride Jewish Community invites the public to attend a series of talks from Rabbi Terry Bookman. All sessions will be held at 15 Stonegate Drive, Mountain Village from 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm .  The course is FREE.  Please bring a bottle of wine and/or a favorite cheese to share. Session One, The Ancient World of the Bible, will take place July 9th. RSVP to tuvyah@eitzah.org.

  • Story Time on Tour is coming to the Market on the Plaza, in Mountain Village, Wednesday, July 3rd at 11am.

  • Chicago’s legendary sketch and improv comedy theater comes to town with “The Best of The Second City"! Performances are tonight at the Montrose Pavilion and tomorrow night at the Sherbino Theater.

  • Join Somos Uno and the Progressive Women's Caucus in the 4th of July parade in a patriotic show of dissent against family separation at our borders. You are invited to march in solidarity with those who have fled violence in their own countries and are now inhumanely held in detention centers. Posters and banners will be provided, but making your own is encouraged, too. Meet at the corner of Townsend and Colorado at 10:30am on July 4th. Call 708-0524 for more information.

  • On Friday July 5th, Between the Covers and the Telluride Historical Museum will celebrate the 50th anniversary release of the book, Tomboy Bride, with refreshments, readings, and special guests. Stop by the Museum at 3pm to meet Tomboy Brides grandson, Rob Walton, as well as award-winning Colorado Author Pam Houston who wrote the foreword. This is a free event and all are welcome!

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Jun
30
6:00 AM06:00

Sunday June 30

 

Birthdays:   MIKE TYSON, LENA HORNE, DOROTHY MALONE, NANCI BROWN, MIKE DIAZ, LEIGH SULLIVAN, JASON “HOLLYWOOD” HANSON, BUDDY RICH

At the Nugget:   5:30pm & 7:30pm  THE SECRET LIFE OF PETS 2 (1h 26min   PG)

The Telluride MusicFest continues performances today and Tuesday, July 2nd. On Monday, July 1st, local musicians will perform as part of Telluride Mountain Talent Night. Call 970.417.0116 for ticket information or visit telluridemusicfest.com.

Donations of artwork to Ah Haa’s 27th Annual Silent Auction are due by Monday, July 1. The Art Walk on July 5th will feature all of the artwork donated. The auction itself takes place Friday, July 19th, at the depot, with doors opening at 6 p.m. Tickets are available for purchase to the auction. Head to ahhaa.org or call (970) 728-3886 to purchase VIP seated tickets.

The Wilkinson Library is holding a photo contest for the new library card. Submit your photo of the Telluride region by today, to lcolbert@telluridelibrary.org, with the subject PHOTO CONTEST and the Age Category- KIDS up to age 13 and Adult, age 14+.

The Artists of Rico will be showing their work the week of July 4th at the Mercantile building on Main Street, in Rico. All are welcome to attend. The show will be open Wednesday-12-6pm, Thursday 10am-6pm and Friday 12-6pm and possibly some hours on Saturday and Sunday.

The U.S. Air Force Academy Band Presents “America the Beautiful” A FREE Independence Day Concert at the Town Park Main Stage. Tuesday, July 2nd at 7:00 PM. This is a non-ticketed event.  For more information, please visit www.usafacademyband.af.mil. 

The Annual Buccaneer’s Ball will take place at the Elks Lodge July 6th, 7pm-midnight, with proceeds going to the Telluride Elks Scholarship Fund. Dress like a pirate and enjoy live music from the Telluride Gold Kings, with opener Looty Booty.

The Telluride Jewish Community invites the public to attend a series of talks from Rabbi Terry Bookman. All sessions will be held at 15 Stonegate Drive, Mountain Village from 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm .  The course is FREE.  Please bring a bottle of wine and/or a favorite cheese to share. Session One, The Ancient World of the Bible, will take place July 9th. RSVP to tuvyah@eitzah.org.

There is still space left in all Pinhead summer programs, but they’re filling up fast. To learn about classes and to register visit www.pinheadinstitute.org.

Story Time on Tour is coming to the Market on the Plaza, in Mountain Village, Wednesday, July 3rd at 11am.

Telluride’s Fourth of July celebration will take place on Thursday! The parade will begin at 11am followed by the firefighters BBQ in Town Park, noon-4pm. The Telluride Historical Museum will be offering root beer floats and free entry to the museum 12:30-2:30pm. Fireworks from Town Park will take place at dark.

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Jun
29
6:00 AM06:00

Saturday June 29

Birthdays: GARY BUSEY, RICHARD LEWIS, YOGI KIRST, RAY MOREAUX, STEPHANIE RUSSELL,  KEVIN BRODERICK,  SEAN FERNANDEZ, FRED GANDY, JEN SHER, NICOLE BRAIT, SLIM  PICKENS

At the Nugget:  5:30pm & 7:30pm  THE SECRET LIFE OF PETS 2 (1h 26min   PG)

  • Movies Under the Stars presents The Karate Kid, tonight. Movie begins at 8:45 p.m. in the Reflection Plaza.

  • Become the highest bidder and own a piece of history! A piece of the original Fred Shellman stage has become a guitar to continue its legacy. The KOTOcaster is a semi hollow body, single pickup electric guitar, made from 30-year-old historic pine. Call the KOTO office at 970-728-4334 to place your bid and support your favorite radio station. For more information on the guitar, call Tom and Warren at Telluride Music Company at 970-728-9592. Follow #kotocaster on Instagram to see the build from start to finish.

  • Donations of artwork to Ah Haa’s 27th Annual Silent Auction are due by Monday, July 1. The Art Walk on July 5th will feature all of the artwork donated. The auction itself takes place Friday, July 19th, at the depot, with doors opening at 6 p.m. Tickets are available for purchase to the auction. Head to ahhaa.org or call (970) 728-3886 to purchase VIP seated tickets.

  • The U.S. Air Force Academy Band Presents “America the Beautiful” A FREE Independence Day Concert at the Town Park Main Stage. Tuesday, July 2nd at 7:00 PM. This is a non-ticketed event.  For more information, please visit www.usafacademyband.af.mil. 

  • EcoAction Partners’ 2019 GREENLIGHTS program, an LED light bulb rebate program ends this Sunday, June 30th. The LED light bulbs are available at your local Farmers Market. Participating Farmers Markets include: Telluride (Fridays), Mountain Village (Wednesdays), Norwood (Saturdays), Ridgway (Fridays) and Nucla (Thursdays). To purchase the light bulbs you must present your SMPA bill or SmartHub on your phone with an active account number and service address.

  • The Telluride MusicFest continues performances tomorrow and Tuesday, July 2nd. On Monday, July 1st, local musicians will perform as part of Telluride Mountain Talent Night. Call 970.417.0116 for ticket information or visit telluridemusicfest.com.

  • The Annual Buccaneer’s Ball will take place at the Elks Lodge July 6th, 7pm-midnight, with proceeds going to the Telluride Elks Scholarship Fund. Dress like a pirate and enjoy live music from the Telluride Gold Kings, with opener Looty Booty.

  • There is still space left in all Pinhead summer programs, but they’re filling up fast. To learn about classes and to register visit www.pinheadinstitute.org.

  • Telluride’s Fourth of July celebration will take place on Thursday! The parade will begin at 11am followed by the firefighters BBQ in Town Park, noon-4pm. The Telluride Historical Museum will be offering root beer floats and free entry to the museum 12:30-2:30pm. Fireworks from Town Park will take place at dark.

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Jun
28
6:00 AM06:00

Friday June 28

Birthdays:  JOHN ELWAY, KATHY BATES, MEL BROOKS, PAT MORITA, JOHN CUSACK, ANDRE SCHWARTZ, DAVE FRUEN SR., LARRY WILKINSON, LEE ZELLER, BOBALOUIE, HEINZ ROSCH, KIRA HAMBLIN, MICK VARNER,  WILLOW REHM, ARENAL RHYAN KUZMICH

At the Nugget:  5:30pm & 7:30pm  THE SECRET LIFE OF PETS 2 (1h 26min   PG)

The Telluride Farmers Market is open today, 10:30am-4pm. Located on S. Oak St.

Music on the Green presents Sammy Brue, tonight, at the Reflection Plaza, 5-7pm.

The 12th annual Ridgway River Fest is tomorrow. More info available at ridgwayriverfest.org.

The Artists of Rico will be showing their work the week of July 4th at the Mercantile building on Main Street, in Rico. All are welcome to attend. The show will be open Wednesday-12-6pm, Thursday 10am-6pm and Friday 12-6pm and possibly some hours on Saturday and Sunday.

Become the highest bidder and own a piece of history! A piece of the original Fred Shellman stage has become a guitar to continue its legacy. The KOTOcaster is a semi hollow body, single pickup electric guitar, made from 30-year-old historic pine. Call the KOTO office at 970-728-4334 to place your bid and support your favorite radio station. For more information on the guitar, call Tom and Warren at Telluride Music Company at 970-728-9592. Follow #kotocaster on Instagram to see the build from start to finish.

Donations of artwork to Ah Haa’s 27th Annual Silent Auction are due by Monday, July 1. The Art Walk on July 5th will feature all of the artwork donated. The auction itself takes place Friday, July 19th, at the depot, with doors opening at 6 p.m. Tickets are available for purchase to the auction. Head to ahhaa.org or call (970) 728-3886 to purchase VIP seated tickets.

The U.S. Air Force Academy Band Presents “America the Beautiful” A FREE Independence Day Concert at the Town Park Main Stage. Tuesday, July 2nd at 7:00 PM. This is a non-ticketed event.  For more information, please visit www.usafacademyband.af.mil. 

EcoAction Partners’ 2019 GREENLIGHTS program, an LED light bulb rebate program, ends this Sunday, June 30th. The LED light bulbs are available at your local Farmers Market. Participating Farmers Markets include: Telluride (Fridays), Mountain Village (Wednesdays), Norwood (Saturdays), Ridgway (Fridays) and Nucla (Thursdays). To purchase the light bulbs you must present your SMPA bill or SmartHub on your phone with an active account number and service address.

Movies Under the Stars presents The Karate Kid, Saturday, June 29th. Movie begins at 8:45 p.m. in the Reflection Plaza.

The Annual Buccaneer’s Ball will take place at the Elks Lodge July 6th, 7pm-midnight, with proceeds going to the Telluride Elks Scholarship Fund. Dress like a pirate and enjoy live music from the Telluride Gold Kings, with opener Looty Booty.

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Jun
27
6:00 AM06:00

Thursday June 27

Born on this Day: ROSS PEROT, CAPTAIN KANGAROO (BOB KEESHAN), TISH ALEXANDER, CHRISTINA CALDICOTT, LIZ BARBOUR, DAVID LAVENDER, BRUCE HOOPER,  LISA ANDREWS,   TOBY McGUIRE, VERA WANG, CHRIS COOL, ISABELLE ADJANI, TODD CREEL, KORY BOOZ

At the Nugget: 6:15pm  TFF Presents THE LAST BLACK MAN IN SAN FRANCISCO

 (2h 1min R)

                                8:45pm  GODZILLA KING OF MONSTERS (2h 12min PG-13)

 

  • The Annual Bike Auction will take place tomorrow at 1pm. Located at the skate park on the corner of Willow and Pacific, viewing starts at 11am.

  • Music on the Green presents Sammy Brue, tomorrow at the Reflection Plaza, 5-7pm.

  • San Miguel County will open Ophir Pass to traffic, today!

  • Movies Under the Stars presents Shrek, tonight  and The Karate Kid, Saturday, June 29th. Movies begin at 8:45 p.m. in the Reflection Plaza

  • EcoAction Partners’ 2019 GREENLIGHTS program, an LED light bulb rebate program sponsored by the San Miguel Power Association (SMPA) and local municipalities, will end June 30th. The LED light bulbs are available at your local Farmers Market. Participating Farmers Markets include: Telluride (Fridays), Mountain Village (Wednesdays), Norwood (Saturdays), Ridgway (Fridays) and Nucla (Thursdays). To purchase the light bulbs you must present your SMPA bill or SmartHub on your phone with an active account number and service address.

  • The Annual Buccaneer’s Ball will take place at the Elks Lodge July 6th, 7pm-midnight, with proceeds going to the Telluride Elks Scholarship Fund. Dress like a pirate and enjoy live music from the Telluride Gold Kings, with opener Looty Booty.

  • Become the highest bidder and own a piece of history! A piece of the original Fred Shellman stage has become a guitar to continue its legacy. The KOTOcaster is a semi hollow body, single pickup electric guitar, made from 30-year-old historic pine. Call the KOTO office at 970-728-4334 to place your bid and support your favorite radio station. For more information on the guitar, call Tom and Warren at Telluride Music Company at 970-728-9592. Follow #kotocaster on Instagram to see the build from start to finish.

  • Join the Telluride Tourism Board at their annual meeting today at the Telluride Conference Center, 3-5pm. Travel/tourism consultants David Radcliffe and Mitch Nichols will present a report card on the Telluride Tourism Board and recommendations for the future. A Q&A will follow with Radcliffe and Nichols, Bill Jensen of Telski, Matt Skinner from Colorado Flights Alliance and Michael Martelon from the Telluride Tourism Board. The Tourism Star Award winners will also be announced.

  • The 12th annual Ridgway River Fest is this Saturday, June 29th. More info available at ridgwayriverfest.org.

  • The WPL’s Drum Workshop with Brendan Draper, takes place tonight at 6pm. Head to telluridelibrary.org to register and for more information.

  • The Telluride MusicFest begins today with performances also on Sunday, June 30th and Tuesday, July 2nd. Call 970.417.0116 for ticket information or visit telluridemusicfest.com.

  • There is still space left in all Pinhead summer programs, but they’re filling up fast. To learn about classes and to register visit www.pinheadinstitute.org.

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Jun
26
6:00 AM06:00

Wednesday June 26

 

Born on this day: TODD CREEL, PETER AUGUSTONI, SUZANNE CRAMER, LISA GOLD, KIM LORENZ, CHRIS O’DONNELL, DEREK JETER,  CHRIS ISAAK, PEARL S. BUCK, GREG LeMOND

At the Nugget: 5:30pm  ROCKETMAN   (2h 1min    R)

     8:00pm  GODZILLA KING OF MONSTERS     (2h 12min  PG-13)

 

  • San Miguel County needs your input! All Placerville and Down Valley homeowners will receive a survey in the mail soon, concerning water and sewer services. Please fill out and return the survey by July 3rd. More information available at sanmiguelcountyco.gov.

  • The Annual Bike Auction will take place Friday, June 28th at 1pm. Located at the skate park on the corner of Willow and Pacific, viewing starts at 11am.

  • Movies Under the Stars presents Shrek, Thursday, June 27th  and The Karate Kid, Saturday, June 29th. Movies begin at 8:45 p.m. in the Reflection Plaza

  • A free weekly River Surfing Demo night, hosted by Montrose Water Sports, continues tonight and every Wednesday, through August 7th. At the Montrose Water Park. 6-8pm.

  • EcoAction Partners’ 2019 GREENLIGHTS program, an LED light bulb rebate program sponsored by the San Miguel Power Association (SMPA) and local municipalities, will end June 30th. The LED light bulbs are available at your local Farmers Market. Participating Farmers Markets include: Telluride (Fridays), Mountain Village (Wednesdays), Norwood (Saturdays), Ridgway (Fridays) and Nucla (Thursdays). To purchase the light bulbs you must present your SMPA bill or SmartHub on your phone with an active account number and service address.

  • The Artists of Rico will be showing their work the week of July 4th at the Mercantile building on Main Street, in Rico. All are welcome to attend. The show will be open Wednesday-12-6pm, Thursday 10am-6pm and Friday 12-6pm and possibly some hours on Saturday and Sunday.

  • Become the highest bidder and own a piece of history! A piece of the original Fred Shellman stage has become a guitar to continue its legacy. The KOTOcaster is a semi hollow body, single pickup electric guitar, made from 30-year-old historic pine. Call the KOTO office at 970-728-4333 to place your bid and support your favorite radio station. For more information on the guitar, call Tom and Warren at Telluride Music Company at 970-728-9592. Follow #kotocaster on Instagram to see the build from start to finish.

  • The Annual Buccaneer’s Ball will take place at the Elks Lodge July 6th, 7pm-midnight, with proceeds going to the Telluride Elks Scholarship Fund. Dress like a pirate and enjoy live music from the Telluride Gold Kings, with opener Looty Booty.

  • The Sunset Concert Series begins today, featuring Cuban Big Band Orquestra Akokan, 6pm.

  • The 12th annual Ridgway River Fest is Saturday, June 29th. More info available at ridgwayriverfest.org.

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Jun
25
6:00 AM06:00

Tuesday June 25

Born on this day:  GEORGE MICHAEL, JIMMY WALKER, CARLY SIMON, IAN McDONALD, PHYLLIS GEORGE, JUNE LOCKHART, DAN SHAW, JOSH LEAR, GARY LEVIN, KELVIN VERITY,  SIDNEY LUMET, DIKEMBE MUTOMBO,

At the Nugget:  5:30pm  GODZILLA KING OF MONSTERS   (2h 2min PG-13)

                             8:15pm     ROCKETMAN  (2h 1min  R)

 

  • Become the highest bidder and own a piece of history! A piece of the original Fred Shellman stage has become a guitar to continue its legacy. The KOTOcaster is a semi hollow body, single pickup electric guitar, made from 30-year-old historic pine. Call the KOTO office at 970-728-4333 to place your bid and support your favorite radio station. For more information on the guitar, call Tom and Warren at Telluride Music Company at 970-728-9592. Follow #kotocaster on Instagram to see the build from start to finish.

  • The Annual Bike Auction will take place Friday, June 28th at 1pm. Located at the skate park on the corner of Willow and Pacific, viewing starts at 11am.

  • Registration is open for the WPL’s Drum Workshop with Brendan Draper, this Thursday, June 27th at 6pm. Head to telluridelibrary.org for more information.

  • Alex Paul and the Birds of Play will have an album release celebration at the Transfer Warehouse, tonight, 6pm.

  • Tri-County Health Network is looking for committee members to help with the 3rd annual Out of the Darkness Suicide Prevention Walk. The first committee meeting is tonight at 6:45pm at the Wilkinson Public Library. Contact Sami Damsky at 704.236.4425 or email coord-bh@tchnetwork.org if you want to be involved with the planning committee. The Walk doesn't take place until September 29th, so mark your calendars! You can register at afsp.org/swco

  • The Telluride Science research Center’s Town Talk series continues tonight, with a presentation from W.E. Moerner, winner of the 2014 Nobel Prize in Chemistry. Moerner will discuss “What is a Single Molecule and What Can You Do With It?” At the Conference Center, 6:30pm.

  • San Miguel County will host a Public Reception for the County Manager Finalists tonight, 5:30-7pm at the Sheridan SHOW Bar.

  • The Artists of Rico will be showing their work the week of July 4th at the Mercantile building on Main Street, in Rico. All are welcome to attend. The show will be open Wednesday-12-6pm, Thursday 10am-6pm and Friday 12-6pm and possibly some hours on Saturday and Sunday.

  • The Sunset Concert Series begins tomorrow, featuring Cuban Big Band Orquestra Akokan, 6pm.

  • The 12th annual Ridgway River Fest is Saturday, June 29th. More info available at ridgwayriverfest.org.

  • Movies Under the Stars presents Shrek, Thursday, June 27th  and The Karate Kid, Saturday, June 29th. Movies begin at  8:45 p.m. in the Reflection Plaza

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Jun
24
6:00 AM06:00

Monday June 24

Born on this day:  MICK FLEETWOOD, JEFF BECK, MICHELE LEE, FRED ELLERD, BROTHER AL JOHNSTON, SUE SCHILLING, JACK DEMPSEY, MICHELE LEE

At the Nugget:     5:30pm  ROCKETMAN     (2h 1min  R)

     8:00pm  GODZILLA KING OF MONSTERS  (2h 12min  PG-13)

 

The next SMEF meeting will be tonight, at the WPL at 5pm, in the Telluride Room. The public is always welcome!

The Annual Bike Auction will take place Friday, June 28th at 1pm. Located at the skate park on the corner of Willow and Pacific, viewing starts at 11am.

Authors Uncovered at the Wilkinson Library will host author and endurance athlete Jennifer Pharr Davis. Davis will present on her new book The Pursuit of Endurance: Harnessing the Record Breaking Power of Strength and Resilience. Tonight, 6-7pm in the Program Room.

The next Town Talk series, hosted by the Telluride Science Research Center, will discuss “What Is a Molecule and What Can You Do With It?” Tuesday, June 25th at 6:30pm, at the Telluride Conference Center.

San Miguel County will host a Public Reception for the County Manager Finalists on Tuesday, June 25th, 5:30-7pm at the Sheridan SHOW Bar.

It’s warming up and black bears are awakening. Make sure your polycart complies with the Town of Tellurides requirements. Make sure both latches work, that the lid is intact, there are no cracks in the body and the strap is secure. If your polycart needs stenciling, repair or upgrades, call 970-728-2177. A fed bear is a dead bear.

The Wilkinson Library is holding a photo contest for the new library card. Submit your photo of the Telluride region by June 30th, to lcolbert@telluridelibrary.org, with the subject PHOTO CONTEST and the Age Category- KIDS (up to age 13) and ADULT (age 14+).

San Miguel County needs your input! All Placerville and Down Valley homeowners will receive a survey in the mail soon, concerning water and sewer services. Please fill out and return the survey by July 3rd. More information available at sanmiguelcountyco.gov

Registration is open for the WPL’s Drum Workshop with Brendan Draper, this Thursday, June 27th at 6pm. Head to telluridelibrary.org for more information.

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Jun
23
6:00 AM06:00

Sunday June 23

Birthdays:  CLARENCE THOMAS, JUNE CARTER CASH, BOBBIE SCHAFFER,  WENDY BROOKS,  SID BROTMAN, ASHLEY BOLING,  DENNIS GREENE, BOBBIE SCHAEFFER, WILMA RUDOLPH,

At the Nugget:  5:30pm   GODZILLA KING OF MONSTERS  (2h 12min PG-13)

                             8:15pm    ROCKETMAN     (2h 1min   R)

 

  • The next SMEF meeting will be Monday, June 24th, in the WPL at 5pm, in the Telluride Room. The public is always welcome!

  • It’s warming up and black bears are awakening. Make sure your polycart complies with the Town of Tellurides requirements. Make sure both latches work, that the lid is intact, there are no cracks in the body and the strap is secure. If your polycart needs stenciling, repair or upgrades, call 970-728-2177. A fed bear is a dead bear.

  • The 12th annual Ridgway River Fest is Saturday, June 29th. More info available at ridgwayriverfest.org.

  • The Annual Bike Auction will take place Friday, June 28th at 1pm. Located at the skate park on the corner of Willow and Pacific, viewing starts at 11am.

  • The Town of Telluride is issuing a Spring Flooding Alert. A sudden warm period or heavy rainfall onto the snowpack can cause flooding in town this spring. If you experience bigger puddles than normal during spring runoff, Contact Public Works at (970) 728-8415. If you see water backing up and flooding over the banks of the San Miguel River, Cornet Creek or Butcher Creek, Contact the Marshall’s Department at (970) 728-3818 or (970) 249-9110. If there is a flood event, shelter in place on a second floor. For latest information, sign-up for CodeRED emergency notifications at sanmiguelcountyco.gov/174/Emergency-Management.

  • The next Town Talk series, hosted by the Telluride Science Research Center, will discuss “What Is a Molecule and What Can You Do With It?” Tuesday, June 25th at 6:30pm, at the Telluride Conference Center.

  • The Wilkinson Library is holding a photo contest for the new library card. Submit your photo of the Telluride region by June 30th, to lcolbert@telluridelibrary.org, with the subject PHOTO CONTEST and the Age Category- KIDS (up to age 13) and ADULT (age 14+).

  • San Miguel County needs your input! All Placerville and Down Valley homeowners will receive a survey in the mail soon, concerning water and sewer services. Please fill out and return the survey by July 3rd. More information available at sanmiguelcountyco.gov.

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Jun
22
6:00 AM06:00

Saturday June 22

Birthdays: KRIS KRISTOFFERSON, LINDSAY WAGNER, RALPH WAITE, PETER ASHER, BILL BLASS,DAVID SNEED, LESLIE WOODS, MERYL STREEP, BILLY WILDER, CARSON DALEY, CINDY LAUPER,  ED BRADLEY

At the Nugget:  5:30pm   ROCKETMAN     (2h 1min   R)

                             8:15pm GODZILLA KING OF MONSTERS  (2h 12min PG-13)

 

  • The 46th Annual Telluride Bluegrass Festival continues today through June 23rd, and with it, KOTO will be broadcasting the music live from Town Park. Regular programming for KOTO will return Monday, June 24th. Thank you!

  • The Telluride Elks will host a Pancake Breakfast at the Lodge, Friday-Sunday June 21-23, 9am to noon.

  • The Annual Bike Auction will take place Friday, June 28th at 1pm. Located at the skate park on the corner of Willow and Pacific, viewing starts at 11am.

  • The Artists of Rico will be showing their work the week of July 4th at the Mercantile building on Main Street, in Rico. All are welcome to attend. The show will be open Wednesday-12-6pm, Thursday 10am-6pm and Friday 12-6pm and possibly some hours on Saturday and Sunday.

  • Authors Uncovered at the Wilkinson Library will host author and endurance athlete Jennifer Pharr Davis. Davis will present on her new book The Pursuit of Endurance: Harnessing the Record Breaking Power of Strength and Resilience. June 24th, 6-7pm in the Program Room.

  • The next SMEF meeting will be Monday, June 24th, in the WPL at 5pm, in the Telluride Room. The public is always welcome!

  • The Wilkinson Library is holding a photo contest for the new library card. Submit your photo of the Telluride region by June 30th, to lcolbert@telluridelibrary.org, with the subject PHOTO CONTEST and the Age Category- KIDS (up to age 13) and ADULT (age 14+).

  • San Miguel County needs your input! All Placerville and Down Valley homeowners will receive a survey in the mail soon, concerning water and sewer services. Please fill out and return the survey by July 3rd. More information available at sanmiguelcountyco.gov.

  • The next Town Talk series, hosted by the Telluride Science Research Center, will discuss “What Is a Molecule and What Can You Do With It?” Tuesday, June 25th at 6:30pm, at the Telluride Conference Center.

  •  EcoAction Partners is pleased to announce the launch of the 2019 GREENLIGHTS program, an LED light bulb rebate program sponsored by the San Miguel Power Association (SMPA) and local municipalities. The program will run through June 30th. The LED light bulbs will be available at your local Farmers Market. Participating Farmers Markets include: Telluride (Fridays), Mountain Village (Wednesdays), Norwood (Saturdays), Ridgway (Fridays) and Nucla (Thursdays). To purchase the light bulbs you must present your SMPA bill or SmartHub on your phone with an active account number and service address.

  • IN TOWN OF TELLURIDE PARKING NEWS: Parking meter rules are still in effect, however the 2-hour restriction has been lifted.  Also, Telluride High School is offering parking for $20/day.

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Jun
21
6:00 AM06:00

Friday June 21

Birthdays:  PRINCE WILLIAM, KATHY MATTEA, NICOLE KIDMAN, MEREDITH BAXTER,  JANE RUSSELL, JOHN McCARRON, TERRY KANE,  BILL BLAKEMAN,  BECKY CAMERON, GUY POULIN,  DON PRICE, DANA KEGL, JULIETTE LEWIS

At the Nugget:    5:30pm   GODZILLA KING OF MONSTERS  (2h 12min PG-13)

               8:15pm    ROCKETMAN     (2h 1min   R)

 

  • The 46th Annual Telluride Bluegrass Festival continues today through June 23rd, and with it, KOTO will be broadcasting the music live from Town Park. Regular programming for KOTO will return Monday, June 24th. Thank you!

  • The Telluride Elks will host a Pancake Breakfast at the Lodge, Friday-Sunday June 21-23, 9am to noon.

  • The Annual Bike Auction will take place Friday, June 28th at 1pm. Located at the skate park on the corner of Willow and Pacific, viewing starts at 11am.

  • The Telluride Farmers Market is open today, 10:30am-4pm. Located on S. Oak St.

  • EcoAction Partners is pleased to announce the launch of the 2019 GREENLIGHTS program, an LED light bulb rebate program sponsored by the San Miguel Power Association (SMPA) and local municipalities. The program will run through June 30th. The LED light bulbs will be available at your local Farmers Market. Participating Farmers Markets include: Telluride (Fridays), Mountain Village (Wednesdays), Norwood (Saturdays), Ridgway (Fridays) and Nucla (Thursdays). To purchase the light bulbs you must present your SMPA bill or SmartHub on your phone with an active account number and service address.

  • The Sherbino Theater’s Sherb Talk series presents Dave Smith. Smith will tackle facts and fallacies about grizzlies and black bears. Tonight, 7:30pm.

  • The Artists of Rico will be showing their work the week of July 4th at the Mercantile building on Main Street, in Rico. All are welcome to attend. The show will be open Wednesday-12-6pm, Thursday 10am-6pm and Friday 12-6pm and possibly some hours on Saturday and Sunday.

  • Authors Uncovered at the Wilkinson Library will host author and endurance athlete Jennifer Pharr Davis. Davis will present on her new book The Pursuit of Endurance: Harnessing the Record Breaking Power of Strength and Resilience. June 24th, 6-7pm in the Program Room.

  • The next SMEF meeting will be Monday, June 24th, in the WPL at 5pm, in the Telluride Room. The public is always welcome!

  • Music on the Green presents You Knew Me When, tonight, 5-7pm.

  • IN TOWN OF TELLURIDE PARKING NEWS: Parking meter rules are still in effect, however the 2-hour restriction has been lifted.  Also, Telluride High School is offering parking for $20/day.

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Jun
20
6:00 AM06:00

Thursday June 20

Birthdays:  JOHN GOODMAN, ANNE MURRAY, LIONEL RITCHIE, CYNDI LAUPER, BRIAN WILSON, CHET ATKINS, DANNY AIELLO, BARRY THARP,  BILL BOLES, IAN BALD, ED WERNER, NICOLE KIDMAN

At the Nugget:   7:00     ROCKETMAN    (2h 1min  R)

 

  • The 46th Annual Telluride Bluegrass Festival begins today through June 23rd, and with it, KOTO will be broadcasting the music live from Town Park. Regular programming for KOTO will return Monday, June 24th. Thank you!

  • The Telluride Elks will host a Pancake Breakfast at the Lodge, Friday-Sunday June 21-23, 9am to noon.

  • The Annual Bike Auction will take place Friday, June 28th at 1pm. Located at the skate park on the corner of Willow and Pacific, viewing starts at 11am.

  • Practice your Spanish skills with other Spanish speakers in the community at the library’s Spanish Happy Hour. At Esperanzas, today, 5-6:30pm.  All levels welcome!

  • Come enjoy a FREE screening of Little Giants, as part of “Movies Under the Stars,” in Reflection Plaza in Mountain Village (the plaza directly adjacent to the Madeline Hotel), tonight, June 20th. Movies begin at dusk (approximately 8:45).

  • The Wilkinson Library is bringing Michael Dixon and his lathe to Telluride, today, 3:30-6:30pm. Local artists are invited to record music directly to vinyl. Drop in or sign-up day of at the library. Acoustic Instruments only. More information can be found at telluridelibrary.org and michaeldixonvinylart.com.

  • The Artists of Rico will be showing their work the week of July 4th at the Mercantile building on Main Street, in Rico. All are welcome to attend. The show will be open Wednesday-12-6pm, Thursday 10am-6pm and Friday 12-6pm and possibly some hours on Saturday and Sunday.

  • Authors Uncovered at the Wilkinson Library will host author and endurance athlete Jennifer Pharr Davis. Davis will present on her new book The Pursuit of Endurance: Harnessing the Record Breaking Power of Strength and Resilience. June 24th, 6-7pm in the Program Room.

  • The next SMEF meeting will be Monday, June 24th, in the WPL at 5pm, in the Telluride Room. The public is always welcome!

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