Mar
24
6:00 AM06:00

Sunday March 24

 

Birthdays:   - BOB MACKIE, DOUGGIE THOMPSON, HEIDI L. KLEINER, BETTY HILTON, PAYTON MANNING, TOMMY HILFIGER, PETER TITSWORTH, SPENCER BRADY, JUNE LANSING, ANDREW THWAITES, BARB GROSS, JEANETTE RIEDEL, MELISSA CAMPBELL, MARK MORAN, BRENNA HAMER, JANET JACOBS, HARRY HOUDINI, STEVE McQUEEN, BOB “BLUE DOG” MATHER

At the Nugget:   5:30 & 8 PM  FIGHTING WITH MY FAMILY  (1h 48min   PG-13)

  • Mountain Village’s Market on the Plaza is now accepting 2019 vendor applications. Visit townofmountainvillage.com/market-vendor for more information and an application form. Deadline is April 1st.

  • CPR World is offering Wilderness First Responder training March 27-31 in Telluride. Please visit cprworld.com for more information.

  • The Wilkinson library will offer an opportunity for frank and open discussions about death at the “Death Café.” In partnership with tri-County Health and Christ Presbyterian Church. Today at  4:30pm at the library.

  • Raffle tickets are available to win a 7-day, 6-night stay for two at the Koro Sun resort in Savusavu, FIJI! All proceeds go to supporting KOTO Radio! Stop by the office to buy one or ask your DJ friends! The winning ticket will be drawn at the KOTO Street Dance, April 5th. You can also head to koto.org to sign-up to volunteer for the street dance!

  • Friends of the Colorado Avalanche Information Center (CAIC) will host a fundraiser in Telluride on Friday, March 29th from 7-10:00 PM at O’Bannon’s.  Lavalanche, a new local-roots music project, will perform. Tickets are available for pre-purchase through Eventbrite.  Each ticket includes two door prize tickets and one beer ticket.   100% of ticket sales will support avalanche forecasting and education throughout the state of Colorado.

  • Join the GoHawkeye organization for "Shake Them Bones" a Pirate Party Fundraiser, for local quadriplegic sit skier, Logan Fuller. All donations go to help Logan buy his own monoski. Thursday March 28th, 7pm at the Telluride Distilling Company. There will be live music from the Telluride Gold Kings, Door Prizes, and a Silent Auction.

  • Mountainfilm for Locals invite the public to a screening of Cine de las Montañas featuring a selection of subtitled and Spanish language films. Free food and child care will be provided. At the Wilkinson Library, tomorrow, 6pm.

  • The Telluride Choral Society invites you to join them for the 2019 SpringSing concerts, entitled "In the Garden", featuring 60 local musicians. Final concert is tonight, 4:00 p.m. at Christ Church. Tickets will be available for purchase at the door.  For more information, please call (970)729-0082.

  • Cub Scout Pack 500/Boy Scout Troop 500 will meet Wednesday, March 27th, 3:30 p.m. at the Elks Lodge. Contact Janet Kask at 708-1264 for more information.

  • KOTO thanks all of our listeners who donated during our 2019 winter fund drive. Thanks to your support, KOTO remains one of but a few radio stations in the country that are completely non-commercial and non-underwritten. This next hour's programming is brought to you by            …(dramatic pause)…             YOU, the listener. Thank you and keep on rocking in the free world.

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Mar
22
6:00 AM06:00

Friday March 22

Birthdays:  WILLIAM SHATNER, MARIAH CAREY, BOB COSTAS, KARL MALDEN, STEPHANIE MILLS, ANDREW LLOYD WEBBER, PAT ROBERTSON, SUSAN HENRY, LUCI REEVE,  REESE WITHERSPOON, SCOTT RIKKERS, BRETT SCHRECKENGOST,  ADAM LEVY,  BRIAN BECKHAM, BILL GORDON, ANNE BROWN, DOUG MILLER, JANET BRANNEN, CHICO MARX,  MARCEL MARCEAU,

At the Nugget:  

 

 Attention San Miguel County deed restricted housing owners: the SMRHA will begin sending compliance letters now through Summer 2019. Watch your email and P.O. Box for a questionnaire to update your property file. More info available at smrha.org.

Beginning today, the Telluride Elks Lodge will be hosting Fish Frys at the Lodge. 5:30 - 8:00pm. Today features the Oak with catfish. For more information, contact Mark at (970) 728-6362.

The Wilkinson library’s Authors Uncovered series is bringing Christine Aschwanden, author of “Good to Go: What the Athlete in All of Us Can Learn from the Strange Science of Recovery,” tonight at 6pm in the program room.

The Telluride Choral Society invites you to join them for the 2019 SpringSing concerts, entitled "In the Garden", featuring 60 local musicians. Tonight at 7:00 p.m. and Sunday, March 24th at 4:00 p.m. at Christ Church. Tickets will be available for purchase at the door.  For more information, please call (970)729-0082.

On Sunday, March 24th, the Wilkinson library will offer an opportunity for frank and open discussions about death at the “Death Café.” In partnership with tri-County Health and Christ Presbyterian Church. 4:30pm.

Raffle tickets are available to win a 7-day, 6-night stay for two at the Koro Sun resort in Savusavu, FIJI! All proceeds go to supporting KOTO Radio! Stop by the office to buy one or ask your DJ friends! The winning ticket will be drawn at the KOTO Street Dance, April 5th.

Get ready to get down on Saturday, March 23rd for The Social: Seventies Shindig at the Ah Haa School, 6:30pm. This one-night-only event will showcase the glory of Telluride in the YX years with a popup exhibit and local seventies characters serving craft cocktails. Hear the history of Telluride’s wildest years from those that lived them. Theme attire encouraged! Tickets available on the museum’s website at shop.telluridemuseum.org

Mountain Village’s Market on the Plaza is accepting 2019 vendor applications. For market dates and an application, head to townofmountainvillage.com/market-vendor. The deadline for applying is April 1st.

Mountainfilm for Locals invite the public to a screening of Cine de las Montañas featuring a selection of subtitled and Spanish language films. Free food and child care will be provided. At the Wilkinson Library, Monday, March 25th, 6pm.

There will be a Parent and Caregiver Coffee and Conversation/ Café con Conversación, at the Lone Cone Library in Norwood, this morning at 10:30am. Coffee and Conversation is for parents, caregivers, grandparents, friends, and neighbors who have an interest in helping creating a community that supports young children. Learn about available resources, connect with others with a similar experience, and enjoy a cup of coffee!

The Telluride Education Foundation will present a free screening of “LIKE” as part of their Community Film & Speaker Series. Wednesday, March 27th, 5:45pm @ The Palm. “LIKE” is an original documentary that explores the impact of social media on our lives. Patricia Greenfield will host a Q & A session after the film. There will also be a Parent Roundtable with Greenfield Thursday, March 28th at 8:15am @ TMHS District Conference Room.

One-to-One Mentoring’s Annual Cardboard Sled Derby Takes place tomorrow on the NASTAR Race Course. Race starts at 9am.

KOTO thanks all of our listeners who donated during our 2019 winter fund drive. Thanks to your support, KOTO remains one of but a few radio stations in the country that are completely non-commercial and non-underwritten. This next hour's programming is brought to you by            …(dramatic pause)…             YOU, the listener. Thank you and keep on rocking in the free world.

IT’S RED BALL TIME THIS SUNDAY, MARCH 24 AT 3:45 P.M.!!  Telluride Rotary Club’s 16th  Annual Red Ball Express happens this Sunday at 3:45,  a chance to win $5000 and 100 Mega Million Lottery tickets!  Adoption Tickets are still available from local Rotarians and some non-profit organizations who are selling them OR you can get your adoption ticket in the Mountain Village gondola plaza on Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sunday, 9am to 3 p.m.  Great cash prizes and a chance to support Rotary Youth Programs in Telluride!  Call Marilyn at 970-708-2202 for more information or to buy your chance to win!

 

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Mar
21
6:00 AM06:00

Thursday March 21

Born on this Day: MATHEW BRODERICK, TIMOTHY DALTON, EDDIE MONEY, ROSIE O’DONNELL, DAVID L. JOHNSON, PRISCILLA BEGAY, LENA BUCK, GARY OLDMAN, LESLIE FELLOWS, PRESTON JUMP, DAVE DISICK,  VICTORIA STORM,  TRACY MARSH,  J.S. BACH, 

At the Nugget: 6:15 TFF Presents FREE SOLO  (1h 40min PG-13) 

 8:30 HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON 3 (1h 44min PG)

KOTO thanks all of our listeners who donated during our 2019 winter fund drive. Thanks to your support, KOTO remains one of but a few radio stations in the country that are completely non-commercial and non-underwritten. This next hour's programming is brought to you by            …(dramatic pause)…             YOU, the listener. Thank you and keep on rocking in the free world.

Lukas Nelson and Promise of the Real perform at Club Red tonight, 8:30pm.

Jackson Emmer performs at the Sheridan Opera House tonight.

The Ah Haa is offering KIDS' NIGHT OUT tonight and every Thursday from 5:30-8 pm through the ski season. Sign up by calling (970) 728-3886.

St. Mary’s Medical Center will be putting on a blood drive at the Telluride Courthouse, Today, 11am-2pm.

Get ready to get down for The Telluride Historical Museum’s annual winter cocktail tasting - The Social: Seventies Shindig - at the Ah Haa School, on Saturday, March 23rd, 6:30pm. This event will showcase the glory of Telluride in the YX years with a popup exhibit and local seventies characters serving craft cocktails. Theme attire encouraged! Tickets available on the museum’s website at shop.telluridemuseum.org.

Raffle tickets are available to win a 7-day, 6-night stay for two at the Koro Sun resort in Savusavu, FIJI! All proceeds go to supporting KOTO Radio! Stop by the office to buy one or ask your DJ friends! The winning ticket will be drawn at the KOTO Street Dance, April 5th.

Mountain Village’s Market on the Plaza is accepting 2019 vendor applications. For market dates and an application, head to townofmountainvillage.com/market-vendor. The deadline for applying is April 1st.

The Telluride Choral Society invites you to join them for the 2019 SpringSing concerts, entitled "In the Garden", featuring 60 local musicians. Concerts will take place tomorrow at 7:00 p.m. and Sunday, March 24th at 4:00 p.m. at Christ Church. Tickets will be available for purchase at the door.  For more information, please call (970)729-0082.

Beginning this Friday, March 22nd, the Telluride Elks Lodge will be hosting Fish Frys at the Lodge. 5:30 - 8:00pm. This Friday features the Oak with catfish. For more information, contact Mark at (970) 728-6362.

Come practice your Spanish at the Wilkinson library’s Spanish Happy Hour. All levels welcome. Today, at Esperanza’s, 5:15pm.

The Black Canyon Audubon Society will host a presentation by a Colorado Native Plant Master entitled Plants are for the Birds. At the Montrose County Field House. Tonight at 7pm.

There will be a Parent and Caregiver Coffee and Conversation/ Café con Conversación, at the Lone Cone Library in Norwood, Tomorrow, March 22nd, at 10:30am. Coffee and Conversation is for parents, caregivers, grandparents, friends, and neighbors who have an interest in helping creating a community that supports young children. Learn about available resources, connect with others with a similar experience, and enjoy a cup of coffee!

Tour your local ski factory every Tuesday and Thursday through the ski season! Learn how custom skis are designed and built. RSVP on-line at bitly.com/wagnercustomtour.

The Wilkinson library’s Authors Uncovered series is bringing Christine Aschwanden, author of “Good to Go: What the Athlete in All of Us Can Learn from the Strange Science of Recovery,” tomorrow at 6pm in the program room.

IT’S RED BALL TIME THIS SUNDAY, MARCH 24 AT 3:45 P.M.!!  Telluride Rotary Club’s 16th  Annual Red Ball Express happens this Sunday at 3:45,  a chance to win $5000 and 100 Mega Million Lottery tickets!  Adoption Tickets are still available from local Rotarians and some non-profit organizations who are selling them OR you can get your adoption ticket in the Mountain Village gondola plaza on Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sunday, 9a.m to 3 pm.  Great cash prizes and a chance to support Rotary Youth Programs in Telluride!  Call Marilyn at 970-708-2202 for more information or to buy your chance to win!

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Mar
20
6:00 AM06:00

Wednesday March 20

Born on this day: SPIKE LEE, CARL REINER, WILLIAM HURT,  JERRY REED, FRED ROGERS, HAL LINDEN, HOLLY HUNTER, BOBBY ORR, MARK WORTH, CHICK WILLIAMS, JON FISHER, TERRY STARR,  FRANCIS RALEY,  SAM SAMUELSON, HENRIK IBSEN, PAT RILEY

At the Nugget: 4:30 & 7:00 PM  HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON 3     (1h 44min PG)

 

  • Come practice your Spanish at the Wilkinson library’s Spanish Happy Hour. All levels welcome. Tomorrow, March 21st, at Esperanza’s, 5:15pm.

  • The Black Canyon Audubon Society will host a presentation by a Colorado Native Plant Master entitled Plants are for the Birds. At the Montrose County Field House. Tomorrow, March 21st at 7pm.

  • St. Mary’s Medical Center will be putting on a blood drive at the Telluride Courthouse, Thursday, March 21st. 11am-2pm.

  • One-to-One Mentoring’s Annual Cardboard Sled Derby will take place Saturday, March 23rd. More information can be found at onetoonetelluride.org.

  • On Thursday, March 21st, TFF will have a one-time screening of Free Solo at the Nugget Theater. Film starts at 6:15pm. Nugget Passes no accepted.

  • Join Dr. Christine Richards, at the Telluride Yoga Center, for their upcoming workshop, "Yoga After a Knee Injury." Saturday, March 23rd 1-3pm. Register at tellurideyoga.com or call (970) 729-1673.

  • Raffle tickets are available to win a 7-day, 6-night stay for two at the Koro Sun resort in Savusavu, FIJI! All proceeds go to supporting KOTO Radio! Stop by the office to buy one or ask your DJ friends! The winning ticket will be drawn at the KOTO Street Dance, April 5th.

  • Palm Classic Film Series presents “The Bed Sitting Room,” Saturday, March 23rd at 7pm. More info at telluridepalm.com.

  • On Sunday, March 24th, the Wilkinson library will offer an opportunity for frank and open discussions about death at the “Death Café.” In partnership with tri-County Health and Christ Presbyterian Church. 4:30pm.

  • Get ready to get down for The Telluride Historical Museum’s annual winter cocktail tasting - The Social: Seventies Shindig - at the Ah Haa School, on Saturday, March 23rd, 6:30pm. This event will showcase the glory of Telluride in the YX years with a popup exhibit and local seventies characters serving craft cocktails. Theme attire encouraged! Tickets available on the museum’s website at shop.telluridemuseum.org.

  • There will be a Parent and Caregiver Coffee and Conversation/ Café con Conversación, at the Lone Cone Library in Norwood, March 22nd, at 10:30am. Parents, caregivers, grandparents, friends, and neighbors who have an interest in helping creating a community that supports young children are encouraged to attend. Learn about available resources, connect with others with a similar experience, and enjoy a cup of coffee!

  • Beginning this Friday, March 22nd, the Telluride Elks Lodge will be hosting Fish Frys at the Lodge. 5:30 - 8:00pm. This Friday features the Oak with catfish. For more information, contact Mark at (970) 728-6362.

  • KOTO thanks all of our listeners who donated during our 2019 winter fund drive. Thanks to your support, KOTO remains one of but a few radio stations in the country that are completely non-commercial and non-underwritten. This next hour's programming is brought to you by            …(dramatic pause)…             YOU, the listener. Thank you and keep on rocking in the free world.

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Mar
19
6:00 AM06:00

Tuesday March 19

Born on this day:  BRUCE WILLIS, GLENN CLOSE,  URSALA ANDRESS, BOB BISHOP,  MARK DEMIST, JOSEPHINE FALLENIOUS, DRAKE TAYLOR, LIZ PALMER, AMY LEVEK, JOE RALEY, BRIAN PEYSER, JOHN HOLT,  MARK THOMPSON,  MARY ELLEN KNIGHT, BECKY BELL, MIKE KENNEDY,  WYATT EARP, ORNETTE COLEMAN,  COLBY JONES

At the Nugget: 4:30 & 7:00 PM  HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON 3  (1h 44min PG)

  • Don’t miss Talon Talk at the Wilkinson library. Today at 2:30pm. Live birds of prey will be there!

  • Talking Gourds Poetry will host their monthly gathering tonight at 6:00 pm at the Telluride Arts HQ. This month will feature a performance from Poet Tori Miner of Fruita.  Everyone is welcome!

  • Mountain Village’s Market on the Plaza is accepting 2019 vendor applications. For market dates and an application, head to townofmountainvillage.com/market-vendor. The deadline for applying is April 1st.

  • The Telluride Choral Society invites you to join them for the 2019 SpringSing concerts, entitled "In the Garden", featuring 60 local musicians. Concerts will take place on Friday, March 22nd at 7:00 p.m. and Sunday, March 24th at 4:00 p.m. at Christ Church. Tickets will be available for purchase at the door.  For more information, please call (970)729-0082.

  • Join Dr. Christine Richards, at the Telluride Yoga Center, for their upcoming workshop, "Yoga After a Knee Injury." Saturday, March 23rd, 1-3pm. Register at tellurideyoga.com or call (970) 729-1673.

  • Come join Friends of the Colorado Avalanche Information Center at O’Bannon’s on Friday, March 29th for a musical benefit supporting avalanche forecasting and education in Colorado. Doors open at 7:00 PM with a performance by Lavalanche (a Tyler Simmons project), starting at 7:30 PM. Tickets available on Eventbrite- search Tunes in Telluride.

    St. Mary’s Medical Center will be putting on a blood drive at the Telluride Courthouse, Thursday, March 21st. 11am-2pm.

  • There will be a Parent and Caregiver Coffee and Conversation/ Café con Conversación, at the Lone Cone Library in Norwood, March 22nd, at 10:30am. Parents, caregivers, grandparents, friends, and neighbors who have an interest in helping creating a community that supports young children are encouraged to attend.

  • On Thursday, March 21st, TFF will have a one-time screening of Free Solo at the Nugget Theater. Film starts at 6:15pm. Nugget Passes no accepted.

  • Get ready to get down for The Telluride Historical Museum’s annual winter cocktail tasting - The Social: Seventies Shindig - at the Ah Haa School, on Saturday, March 23rd, 6:30pm. This event will showcase the glory of Telluride in the YX years with a popup exhibit and local seventies characters serving craft cocktails. Theme attire encouraged! Tickets available on the museum’s website at shop.telluridemuseum.org.

  • Come practice your Spanish at the Wilkinson library’s Spanish Happy Hour. All levels welcome. Thursday, March 21st, at Esperanza’s, 5:15pm.

  • The Telluride Film Festival will host a screening of Chasing Coral (2017), Directed by Jeff Orlowski. Tomorrow, March 19. One show only at 2:15PM at the Palm Theatre. It is free to the public.

  • The Black Canyon Audubon Society will host a presentation by a Colorado Native Plant Master entitled Plants are for the Birds. At the Montrose County Field House. Thursday, March 21st at 7pm.

  • IT’S RED BALL TIME THIS SUNDAY, MARCH 24 AT 3:45 P.M.!!  Telluride Rotary Club’s 16th  Annual Red Ball Express happens this Sunday at 3:45,  a chance to win $5000 and 100 Mega Million Lottery tickets!  Adoption Tickets are still available from local Rotarians and some non-profit organizations who are selling them OR you can get your adoption ticket in the Mountain Village gondola plaza on Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sunday, 9am to 3 pm.  Great cash prizes and a chance to support Rotary Youth Programs in Telluride!  Call Marilyn at 970-708-2202 for more information or to buy your chance to win!

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Mar
18
6:00 AM06:00

Monday March 18

Born on this day: GROVER CLEVELAND, CHARLIE PRIDE,  IRENE CARA, KEVIN DODSON, VANESSA WILLIAMS, PETER GRAVES, JENNIFER BUCK, JIM GACEK, KATHY COSTELLO, FRED CLARK, STEVE PHINNEY, KENNY HEMANN, JIM JENNINGS, MATT LEWIS, JESSICA HEADY, SARAH HESS, DAVID RUSSELL,  RICHIE HUGHES,  TRICIA CLARK,  NIKKI SKINNER,  DEB MANUELL,  SANDRA STULLER,  JOHN MEADE,  MICHAEL WHITE, KAREN VLEMING, JAY CROWELL, EDGAR CAYCE,  WILSON PICKETT,  GEORGE PLIMPTON, PETER GRAVES,  TIM ERDMAN, RUDOLPH DIESEL, SHANE OLDMIXON

At the Nugget:  4:30 & 7:00 PM  HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON 3  (1h 44min PG)

  • The next SMEF meeting, KOTO’s governing board, will be tonight in the Telluride Room of the WPL at 5pm. The public is always welcome to attend.

  • The Wilkinson Library will host Wok of Joy. Learn how to make Thai dishes. Tonight at 6pm. Sign-up at telluridelibrary.org.

  • Galactic ft. Erica Falls, performs tonight at the Sheridan Opera House, 8pm.

  • Come practice your Spanish at the Wilkinson library’s Spanish Happy Hour. All levels welcome. Thursday, March 21st, at Esperanza’s, 5:15pm.

  • The library will be hosting a workshop on mental health for Spanish speaking parents: 'El Bienestar - Salud Mental Importa' with licensed counselor, Rachael Cooke. Tonight 6-7:30pm.

  • The Telluride Film Festival will host a screening of Chasing Coral (2017), Directed by Jeff Orlowski. Tomorrow, March 19. One show only at 2:15PM at the Palm Theatre. It is free to the public.

  • There will be a Parent and Caregiver Coffee and Conversation/ Café con Conversación, at the Lone Cone Library in Norwood, March 22nd, at 10:30am. Coffee and Conversation is for parents, caregivers, grandparents, friends, and neighbors who have an interest in helping creating a community that supports young children. Learn about available resources, connect with others with a similar experience, and enjoy a cup of coffee!

  • One-to-One Mentoring’s Annual Cardboard Sled Derby will take place Saturday, March 23rd. Kids, ages 5-14, are invited to register and participate! More information can be found at onetoonetelluride.org.

  • Mountain Village’s Market on the Plaza is accepting 2019 vendor applications. For market dates and an application, head to townofmountainvillage.com/market-vendor. The deadline for applying is April 1st.

  • Join Dr. Christine Richards, at the Telluride Yoga Center, for their upcoming workshop, "Yoga After a Knee Injury." Saturday, March 23rd 1-3pm. Register at tellurideyoga.com or call (970) 729-1673.

  • The Telluride Education Foundation will present a free screening of “LIKE” as part of their Community Film & Speaker Series. Wednesday, March 27th, 5:45pm @ The Palm. “LIKE” is an original documentary that explores the impact of social media on our lives. Patricia Greenfield will host a Q & A session after the film. There will also be a Parent Roundtable with Greenfield Thursday, March 28th at 8:15am @ TMHS District Conference Room.

  • Don’t miss Talon Talk at the Wilkinson library. Tomorrow, March 19th at 2:30pm. Live birds of prey will be there! Presented by Nature’s Educators.

  • St. Mary’s Medical Center will be putting on a blood drive at the Telluride Courthouse, Thursday, March 21st. 11am-2pm.

  • Talking Gourds Poetry will host their monthly gathering tomorrow, March 19 at 6:00 pm at the Telluride Arts HQ. This month will feature a performance from Poet Tori Miner of Fruita.  Everyone is welcome!

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Mar
17
6:00 AM06:00

Sunday March 17

Birthdays:  ROB LOWE, PATRICK DUFFY, KURT RUSSELL, JOHN SEBASTIAN, DANNY AINGE, ZACH FRANGOS, MANUELA VOGEL,  NAT KING COLE,  RUDOLF NUREYEV, ALEXA FRY, SHARON HOLTA, DEAN GIAMPIETOR, DENISE CLARK, BARBARA HANLEY, NEAL ARGUELLO, KYLE HANSEN, TOM SULLIVAN, CATHRINE McNAMEE, PAT OLDMIXON,

At the Nugget:  4:30 & 7:00 PM  HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON 3     (1h 44min PG)

  • Galactic ft. Erica Falls, performs tonight and tomorrow at the Sheridan Opera House, 8pm.

  • Niceness performs at Gorrono Ranch today, 12-3pm.

  • Today is the final performance of Telluride Theater’s, Since I Dreamed. Tickets and more info available at telluridetheater.org.

  • TASP is honored to accept donations on long time volunteer, Michael Ruterbories’ behalf. Should you feel compelled to give in Michael's memory, please do so by visiting tellurideadaptivesports.org. (make note of your dedication to Michael Ruterbories in the “Donation Note” field)

  • The Telluride Choral Society invites you to join them for the 2019 SpringSing concerts, entitled "In the Garden", featuring 60 local musicians. Concerts will take place on Friday, March 22nd at 7:00 p.m. and Sunday, March 24th at 4:00 p.m. at Christ Church. Tickets will be available for purchase at the door.  For more information, please call (970)729-0082.

  • Don’t miss Talon Talk at the Wilkinson library. Tuesday, March 19th at 2:30pm. Live birds of prey will be there! Presented by Nature’s Educators.

  • The Telluride Historical Museum's Daffodil Days has been postponed. The Museum's order of daffodils were not yet ready to be cut due to the extreme cold winter. The Museum is still accepting pre-sale orders and will be delivering and conducting live sales once the flowers arrive. If you have questions or would like to pre-order some flowers, contact the Museum at (970) 728-3344.

  • The Wilkinson library will be hosting a workshop on mental health for Spanish speaking parents: 'El Bienestar - Salud Mental Importa' with licenced counselor, Rachael Cooke. Monday, March 18th, 6-7:30pm.

  • Raffle tickets are available to win a 7-day, 6-night stay for two at the Koro Sun resort in Savusavu, FIJI! All proceeds go to supporting KOTO Radio! Stop by the office to buy one or ask your DJ friends!

  • Mountain Village’s Market on the Plaza is accepting 2019 vendor applications. For market dates and an application, head to townofmountainvillage.com/market-vendor. The deadline for applying is April 1st.

  • Join Dr. Christine Richards, at the Telluride Yoga Center, for their upcoming workshop, "Yoga After a Knee Injury." Saturday, March 23rd 1-3pm. Register at tellurideyoga.com or call (970) 729-1673.

  • The Black Canyon Audubon Society will host a presentation by a Colorado Native Plant Master entitled Plants are for the Birds. At the Montrose County Field House. Thursday, March 21st at 7pm.

  • The Wilkinson Library will host Wok of Joy. Learn how to make Thai dishes. Tomorrow at 6pm. Sign-up at telluridelibrary.org.

  • Talking Gourds Poetry will host their monthly gathering this Tuesday, March 19 at 6:00 pm at the Telluride Arts HQ. This month will feature a performance from Poet Tori Miner of Fruita.  Everyone is welcome!

  • Come join Friends of the Colorado Avalanche Information Center at O’Bannon’s on Friday, March 29th for a musical benefit supporting avalanche forecasting and education in Colorado. Doors open at 7:00 PM with a performance by Lavalanche (a Tyler Simmons project), starting at 7:30 PM. 100% of ticket sales, as well as Telluride Brewing Company beer sales, will support avalanche forecasting and education all over the state of Colorado. Tickets available on Eventbrite- search Tunes in Telluride.

  • The Telluride Film Festival will host a screening of Chasing Coral (2017), Directed by Jeff Orlowski. Tuesday, March 19. One SHOW only at 2:15PM at the Palm Theatre. It is free to the public.

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Mar
16
6:00 AM06:00

Saturday March 16

Birthdays:  JERRY LEWIS, ERIK ESTRADA, JERRY JEFF WALKER, NANCY WILSON, TRISTAN NEWBON, PAM FRUEN, JENNIFER DYE, STEVE JOHNSON, LEON SAGURIS, BILL SCHULTZ, K.P. KAREN PATTERSON,  E. DAN SMITH, PEGGY NERLIN, NICK ALLRED, ED BLACKBURN, MARIBETH TUCKER,  MEGHAN REA,

At the Nugget: 4:30 & 7:00 PM  HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON 3    (1h 44min PG)

 

  • Join the Telluride Terrain Park Crew for their Spring Rail Jam at the Base of 4 TODAY! Registration will take place 1-5pm, warm-ups 4-5pm, the Grom Jam will be 5-5:45pm and the Open Class Jam will be 6-6:45pm.

  • Telluride’s Spring Pop-Up Market is today at the Opera House.10 am-7pm. Local and regional small businesses will be featured. Contact Krista at 708-9029 for more information.

  • Raffle tickets are available to win a 7-day, 6-night stay for two at the Koro Sun resort in Savusavu, FIJI! All proceeds go to supporting KOTO Radio! Stop by the office to buy one or ask your DJ friends! The winning ticket will be drawn at the KOTO Street Dance, April 5th.

  • Tickets are available for Telluride Theater’s original theatrical extravaganza, Since I Dreamed. Performances continue today through the 17th.  Head to telluridetheater.com for more information.

  • The Wilkinson library will be hosting a workshop on mental health for Spanish speaking parents: 'El Bienestar - Salud Mental Importa' with licensed counselor, Rachael Cooke. Monday, March 18th, 6-7:30pm.

  • One-to-One Mentoring’s Annual Cardboard Sled Derby will take place Saturday, March 23rd. Kids, ages 5-14, are invited to register and participate! More information can be found at onetoonetelluride.org.

  • Attention San Miguel County deed restricted housing owners: the SMRHA will begin sending compliance letters now through Summer 2019. Watch your email and P.O. Box for a questionnaire to update your property file. More info available at smrha.org.

  • Niceness performs at Goronno Ranch today and again tomorrow! Noon-3pm both days.

  • St. Patrick’s Catholic Church’s Annual St. Patrick’s Day Dinner and Auction is this Sunday, March 17th. Dinner at 6pm, Auction begins at 7pm. Tickets at ACE Hardware and at St. Patrick’s.

  • The Ouray Elks will host a St. Patrick’s Day dinner and Green Bingo. Tonight at the Ouray Elks Lodge. Dinner at 5:30pm, bingo at 7pm.

  • Enjoy stargazing with Ramona Gaylord, tonight, 8pm, at the Wilkinson library’s terrace.

  • The next SMEF meeting, KOTO’s governing board, will be Monday, March 18th in the Telluride Room of the WPL at 5pm. The public is always welcome to attend.

  • On Monday, March 18th, The Wilkinson Library will host Wok of Joy. Learn how to make Thai dishes. 6pm. Sign-up at telluridelibrary.org.

  • The Telluride Education Foundation will present a free screening of “LIKE” as part of their Community Film & Speaker Series. Wednesday, March 27th, 5:45pm @ the Palm. “LIKE” is an original documentary that explores the impact of social media on our lives. Patricia Greenfield will host a Q & A session after the film. There will also be a Parent Roundtable, with Greenfield, Thursday, March 28th at 8:15am @ TMHS District Conference Room.

  • Talking Gourds Poetry will host their monthly gathering this Tuesday, March 19th at 6:00 pm at the Telluride Arts HQ. This month will feature a performance from Poet Tori Miner of Fruita.  Everyone is welcome!

  • The Telluride Film Festival will host a screening of Chasing Coral (2017), Directed by Jeff Orlowski. Tuesday, March 19. One SHOW only at 2:15PM at the Palm Theatre. It is free to the public.

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Mar
15
6:00 AM06:00

Friday March 15

Birthdays: TERRENCE TRENT D’ARBY, MIKE LOVE, SLY STONE, RY COODER, JANE MILLER,  CANDIS FOWLER, KATHY RALSTON,  MITCH STANFIELD,  ADAM CRANT, SUSANNAH SMITH,  JON HENZ, MIKE ERICKSON, EMILY DRESSLER,   RANDY EVANS

At the Nugget:  7:45 HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON 3  (1h 44min PG)

  • KOTO Radio has a new studio at Norwood High School! Tune in every Friday at noon to hear "The Lunch Break," featuring students in Mr. L's class. 

  • Raffle tickets are available to win a 7-day, 6-night stay for two at the Koro Sun resort in Savusavu, FIJI! All proceeds go to supporting KOTO Radio! Stop by the office to buy one or ask your DJ friends!

  • Today is Russell Kelly Pale Ale Day! Featuring the World Premiere film Kayak Gods by Tatum Productions. At the Liberty. Movies at 7:30. Joint Point performs at 10! Russell would go!

  • Join Dr. Christine Richards, at the Telluride Yoga Center, for their upcoming workshop, "Yoga After a Knee Injury." Saturday, March 23rd 1-3pm. Register at tellurideyoga.com or call (970) 729-1673.

  • Summer 2109 vending applications for the Town of Telluride are due today. Forms are available at telluride-co.gov or by calling 728-2160.

  • Niceness performs tonight at the Sheridan Opera House, 8pm.

  • Tickets are available for Telluride Theater’s original theatrical production, Since I Dreamed. Performances continue today through the 17th.   Head to telluridetheater.org for more information.

  • The Telluride Historical Museum's Daffodil Days has been postponed due to the extreme weather. The Museum is still accepting pre-sale orders and will be delivering and conducting live sales once the flowers arrive. If you have questions or would like to pre-order some flowers, contact the Museum at (970) 728-3344.

  • Telluride’s Spring Pop-Up Market is tomorrow at the Opera House, 10am-7pm. Local and regional small businesses will be featured. Contact Krista at 708-9029 for more information.

  • The Gold Mountain Gallery is featuring the art of Daniel Kanow with an art opening tonight at 6pm. The show is titled, “A Resurgence of the Old and New: Landscape, Abstractions, and the Figure.” The exhibition will be installed until the end of March.

  • Join Ramona Gaylord at the Wilkinson Library’s terrace for stargazing. Tomorrow, 8pm.

  • The Ouray Elks will host a St. Patrick’s Day dinner and Green Bingo. Tomorrow at the Ouray Elks Lodge. Dinner at 5:30pm, bingo at 7pm.

  • Tickets are available for St. Patrick’s Catholic Church’s Annual St. Patrick’s Day Dinner and Auction. This Sunday, March 17th. Dinner at 6pm, Auction begins at 7pm. Tickets at ACE Hardware and at St. Patrick’s.

  • On Monday, March 18th, The Wilkinson Library will host Wok of Joy. Learn how to make Thai dishes. 6pm. Sign-up at telluridelibrary.org.

  • Talking Gourds Poetry will host their monthly gathering this Tuesday, March 19 at 6:00 pm at the Telluride Arts HQ. This month will feature a performance from Poet Tori Miner of Fruita.  Everyone is welcome!

  • The next SMEF meeting, KOTO’s governing board, will be Monday, March 18th in the Telluride Room of the WPL at 5pm. The public is always welcome to attend.

  • The Telluride Education Foundation will present a free screening of “LIKE” as part of their Community Film & Speaker Series. Wednesday, March 27th, 5:45pm @ The Palm. “LIKE” is an original documentary that explores the impact of social media on our lives. Patricia Greenfield will host a Q & A session after the film. There will also be a Parent Roundtable with Greenfield Thursday, March 28th at 8:15am @ TMHS District Conference Room.

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Mar
14
6:00 AM06:00

Thursday March 14

Birthdays: MICHAEL CAINE, BILLY CRYSTAL, QUINCY JONES, RICK DEES, KIRBY PUCKETT,  JOHN LUTHER “CASEY” JONES, ALICE FERGUSON, MICHAEL PERKINS, DAN STEWART, GREGORY BLEA, GENE WINGATE, JUDY MacLEAN, CATHY BOUTON, ARTE FERNKUIST, MICHAEL PERKINS, TAYLOR HANSON, SPYDER FRANKLIN

At the Nugget:  4:30pm & 7:15pm  HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON 3 (1h 44min PG)

 

  • Join Dr. Christine Richards, at the Telluride Yoga Center, for their upcoming workshop, "Yoga After a Knee Injury." The date has changed to March 23rd. 1-3pm. Register at tellurideyoga.com or call (970) 729-1673.

  • One-to-One Mentoring’s Annual Cardboard Sled Derby will take place Saturday, March 23rd. Kids, ages 5-14, are invited to register and participate! More information can be found at onetoonetelluride.org.

  • Tickets are available for Telluride Theater’s original theatrical production, Since I Dreamed. Performances continue today through the 17th.   Head to telluridetheater.org for more information.

  • Summer 2109 vending applications for the Town of Telluride, are due March 15th. Forms are available at telluride-co.gov or by calling 728-2160.

  • CPR World is offering Wilderness First Responder training March 27-31 in Telluride. Please visit cprworld.com for more information.

  • Join other Bibliophiles for Booze and Books. Today, at the West End Bistro in the Hotel Telluride, 5:30pm.

  • The Ah Haa is offering KIDS' NIGHT OUT every Thursday from 5:30-8 pm through the ski season. Sign up by calling (970) 728-3886.

  • The Wilkinson library will be hosting a workshop on mental health for Spanish speaking parents: 'El Bienestar - Salud Mental Importa' with licensed counselor, Rachael Cooke. Monday, March 18th, 6-7:30pm.

  • There will be a public talk about the global status of species loss and effective conservation solutions, with Professor Bernie Tershy and Telluride native, Dr. Harmony Patricio. At the Wilkinson Library, tonight at 6:00 p.m.

  • Tomorrow is Russell Kelly Pale Ale Day! Featuring the World Premiere film Kayak Gods by Tatum Productions. At the Liberty. Movies at 7:30. Joint Point performs at 10! Russell would go!

  • Tickets are available for St. Patrick’s Catholic Church’s Annual St. Patrick’s Day Dinner and Auction. This Sunday, March 17th. Dinner at 6pm, Auction begins at 7pm. Tickets at ACE Hardware and at St. Patrick’s.

  • It’s fundraising time here at KOTO! You can go to koto.org or stop by the studio to donate! Raffle tickets are available to win a 7-day, 6-night stay for two at the Koro Sun Resort in Savusavu, FIJI! We are also accepting bids on a 2-night stay at the Mountain Lodge. Bidding starts at $200. Call the KOTO office at 728-4334 to enter!

  • Join ultrarunner, Dakota Jones, for the Sherbino’s latest Sherb Talk. Jones will be discussing ultrarunning, his love for wilderness and his thoughts and efforts to create environmental awareness. Tonight at 7:30pm.

  • The annual PI Day Memorial Torchlight Parade & Candlelight Vigil will be held tonight, starting at 7:45 p.m., proceeding down Coonskin trail into town, concluding at 8:10 p.m. The Memorial Torchlight Parade participants are invitation only. All who want to remember the community members we've lost are encouraged to assemble at the base of Oak Street (Lift 8) for the Candlelight Vigil immediately following the Torchlight Parade.

  • On Friday, March 15th, there will be a global school strike for climate action. Telluride Elementary School students will walk out of school at 2:15 on Friday and head to the high school, where they will meet with other students and march to the center of town for a brief gathering.

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Mar
13
6:00 AM06:00

Wednesday March 13

Born on this day:  NEIL SEDAKA, ADAM CLAYTON, JAN HOWARD, WILL “THE THRILL” CLARK,  DONALD DUCK, ANN MARIE COX, STEVE LARIVEE, MARK WATENPAUGH,  MICHELLE DAVIS, ROBERT WORMAN,  MAUREEN DORKA, HEATHER KNOX,  NANCY GILMAN,  RICH HOUGHTON, BRUCE HERR, SCOTT ELKINS,  WILLIAM H. MACY, MICHELLE DAVIS,

At the Nugget:  4:30pm & 7:15pm  HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON 3 (1h 44min PG)

 

  • The Ah Haa is offering KIDS' NIGHT OUT every Thursday from 5:30-8 pm through the ski season. Sign up by calling (970) 728-3886.

  • Telluride’s Spring Pop-Up Market is this Saturday, March 16th, at the Opera House. Local and regional small businesses will be featured. Contact Krista at 708-9029 for more information.

  • It’s fundraising time here at KOTO! You can go to koto.org or stop by the studio to donate! Raffle tickets are available to win a 7-day, 6-night stay for two a the Koro Sun resort in Savusavu, FIJI! We are also accepting bids on a 2-night stay at the Mountain Lodge. Bidding starts at $200. Call the KOTO office at 728-4334 to enter!

  • Attention San Miguel County deed restricted housing owners: the SMRHA will begin sending compliance letters now through Summer 2019. Watch your email and P.O. Box for a questionnaire to update your property file. More info available at smrha.org.

  • Don’t forget to purchase your ticket to St. Patrick’s Catholic Church’s Annual St. Patrick’s Day Dinner and Auction. This Sunday, Mach 17th. Dinner at 6pm, Auction begins at 7pm. Tickets are available at ACE Hardware and at St. Patrick’s.

  • A free legal clinic for parties who have no attorney, will be offered today at the Wilkinson Library, 2-5pm.  Please contact the Wilkinson Public Library at 728-4519 or go to telluridelibrary.org to schedule an appointment.   

  • Tomorrow, there will be a public talk about the global status of species loss and effective conservation solutions, with Professor Bernie Tershy and Telluride native, Dr. Harmony Patricio. At the Wilkinson Library, 6:00 p.m.

  • Join ultrarunner, Dakota Jones, for the Sherbino’s latest Sherb Talk. Jones will be discussing ultrarunning, his love for wilderness and his thoughts and efforts to create environmental awareness. Thursday, March 14th at 7:30pm.

  • Telluride Theater’s latest production, Since I Dreamed, will continue its run tomorrow through the 17th. Tickets and more info can be found at telluridetheater.org.

  • The Telluride Historical Museum's Daffodil Days has been postponed due to the extreme weather. The Museum is still accepting pre-sale orders and will be delivering and conducting live sales once the flowers arrive. If you have questions or would like to pre-order some flowers, contact the Museum at (970) 728-3344.

  • Saturday March 16th, join Ramona Gaylord at the Wilkinson Library’s terrace for stargazing. 8pm.

  • One-to-One Mentoring’s Annual Cardboard Sled Derby will take place Saturday, March 23rd. Kids, ages 5-14, are invited to register and participate! More information can be found at onetoonetelluride.org.

  • The Wilkinson library will be hosting a workshop on mental health for Spanish speaking parents: 'El Bienestar - Salud Mental Importa' with licenced counselor, Rachael Cooke. Monday, March 18th, 6-7:30pm.

  • The annual PI Day Memorial Torchlight Parade & Candlelight Vigil will be held tomorrow starting at 7:45 p.m., proceeding down Coonskin trail into town, concluding at 8:10 p.m. The Memorial Torchlight Parade participants are invitation only. All who want to remember the community members we've lost are encouraged to assemble at the base of Oak Street (Lift 8) for the Candlelight Vigil immediately following the Torchlight Parade.

  • The Lawson Hill Homeowner’s Annual Meeting is cancelled today due to the library’s early closing.

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Mar
12
6:00 AM06:00

Tuesday March 12

Born on this day: - MARK BOOKSEEB, LIZA MINELLI, AL JARREAU, JAMES TAYLOR, DARYL STRAWBERRY, JASON LEWIS, LISA BALL, BILL CARSTENS,  LARRY HOLMGREN, LARRY HOPKINS,  BOB McCORD, CHRIS LONG, KRISTEN RENKE,  LAWRENCE CRAVEN, LUIS REYES, JASON LaFLAMME, NEAL MATHEWS

At the Nugget:  4:30pm & 7:15pm  HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON 3 (1h 44min PG)

 

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

  • It’s time to put your money where your ears are and donate to KOTO! You can go to koto.org or stop by the studio to donate! Raffle tickets are available to win a 7-day, 6-night stay for two in FIJI! We are also accepting bids on a 2-night stay at the Mountain Lodge. Bidding starts at $200. Call the KOTO office at 728-4334 to enter!

  • A free legal clinic for parties who have no attorney, will be offered at the Wilkinson Library Wednesday, March 13th, 2-5pm.  Please contact the Wilkinson Public Library at 728-4519 or go to telluridelibrary.org to schedule an appointment.   

  • Thursday, March 14th, join other Bibliophiles for Booze and Books. At the West End Bistro in the Hotel Telluride, 5:30pm.

  • St, Patrick’s Catholic Church will host its annual Dinner and Auction this St. Patrick’s Day. Sunday, March 17th, Dinner at 6pm, Auction at 7pm. Tickets can be purchased at ACE Hardware and at St. Patrick’s Church.

  • Monday, March 18th, at 6pm, the Wilkinson Library will host a cooking class. Wok of Joy will teach you how to make Thai dishes. Sign-up at telluridelibrary.org.

  • Join Dr. Christine Richards, at the Telluride Yoga Center, for their upcoming workshop, "Yoga After a Knee Injury." Saturday, March 16th 1-3pm. Register at tellurideyoga.com or call (970) 729-1673.

  • Applications for Summer 2019 Vendors in the Town of Telluride are due March 15th. Application forms are available at telluride-co.gov or by calling 970-728-2160.

  • The Telluride Historical Museum's Daffodil Days has been postponed. The Museum's order of daffodils were not yet ready to be cut due to the extreme cold winter. The Museum is still accepting pre-sale orders and will be delivering and conducting live sales once the flowers arrive. If you have questions or would like to pre-order some flowers, contact the Museum at (970) 728-3344.

  • Come celebrate the life of a Telluride Legend at Russell Kelly Pale Ale Day! Friday, March 15th at the Liberty. Featuring the World Premiere film Kayak Gods by Tatum Productions. Movies at 7:30. Joint Point performs at 10!

  • Tri County Health and the Ouray County Public Library will host a Community Conversation on Mental Health tonight. At the Wright Opera house, 6pm.

  • Saturday March 16th, join Ramona Gaylord at the Wilkinson Library’s terrace for stargazing. 8pm.

  • Telluride’s Spring Pop-Up Market is this Saturday, March 16th, at the Opera House. Local and regional small businesses will be featured. Contact Krista at 708-9029 for more information.

  • Attention San Miguel County deed restricted housing owners: the SMRHA will begin sending compliance letters now through Summer 2019. Watch your email and P.O. Box for a questionnaire to update your property file. More info available at smrha.org.

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Mar
11
6:00 AM06:00

Monday March 11

Born on this day: SAM DONALDSON, BOBBY McFARRIN, FLACO JIMENEZ, MADELINE GONZALEZ, BILL FIFIELD, CLIFF WARD, DEBORAH FERRY, KAYE SIMONSON, SARA SILTON, JIM ROGERS,  JIM SHINKEL,  EDEN BOYKO,

At the Nugget:  4:30pm & 7:15pm  HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON 3 (1h 44min PG)

 

  • Telluride Mountain Club’s next Backcountry Chat will be tonight. They will be recounting close calls with regional skiers and snowboarders. At Jagged Edge, 6:15pm.

  • Telluride’s Spring Pop-Up Market on March 16th at the Opera House is accepting vendors. Local and regional small businesses are encouraged to apply. Contact Krista at 708-9029.

  • The Telluride Historical Museum's Daffodil Days has been postponed. The Museum's order of daffodils were not yet ready to be cut due to the extreme cold winter. The Museum is still accepting pre-sale orders and will be delivering and conducting live sales once the flowers arrive. If you have questions or would like to pre-order some flowers, contact the Museum at (970) 728-3344.

  • Telluride Adaptive Sports Pogram is honored to accept donations on Michael Ruterbories’ behalf. Should you feel compelled to give in Michael's memory, please do so by visiting tellurideadaptivesports.org. (make note of your dedication to Michael Ruterbories in the “Donation Note” field)

  • San Miguel Resource Center will offer free Advocate Training. Today at 5:30. Email advocates@smrcco.org for more information

  • Thursday, March 14th, join other Bibliophiles for Booze and Books. At the West End Bistro in the Hotel Telluride, 5:30pm.

  • The Telluride Choral Society invites you to join them for the 2019 SpringSing concerts, entitled "In the Garden", featuring 60 local musicians. Concerts will take place on Friday, March 22nd at 7:00 p.m. and Sunday, March 24th at 4:00 p.m. at Christ Church. Tickets will be available for purchase at the door.  For more information, please call (970)729-0082.

  • It’s Fundraising time at KOTO! Please consider donating to your local radio station. You can go to koto.org or feel free to stop by the purple house! Raffle tickets are available at the KOTO Studio to win a trip to FIJI! Stop by or ask your DJ friends to purchase tickets! We are also accepting bids on a 2-night stay at the Mountain Lodge. Bidding starts at $200. Call the KOTO office at 970-728-4334 to enter!

  • One-to-One Mentoring’s Annual Cardboard Sled Derby will take place Saturday, March 23rd. Kids, ages 5-14, are invited to register and participate! More information can be found at onetoonetelluride.org.

  • On Thursday, March 14th, there will be a public talk about the global status of species loss and effective conservation solutions, with Professor Bernie Tershy and Telluride native, Dr. Harmony Patricio. At the Wilkinson Library, 6:00 p.m.

  • CPR World is offering Wilderness First Responder training March 27-31 in Telluride. Please visit cprworld.com for more information.

  • A free legal clinic for parties who have no attorney, will be offered at the Wilkinson Library Wednesday, March 13th, 2-5pm.  Please contact the Wilkinson Public Library at 728-4519 or go to telluridelibrary.org to schedule an appointment.   

  • Come celebrate the life of a Telluride Legend at Russell Kelly Pale Ale Day! Friday, March 15th at the Liberty. Featuring the World Premiere film Kayak Gods by Tatum Productions. Movies at 7:30. Joint Point performs at 10!

  • Daylight Savings time is in effect as of yesterday, Sunday, March 10th. Telluride Ski Resort will extend the hours of operation for Lifts 1, 4, 5, and ski access from the Gondola by 30 minutes. Lift 5 will remain open until 4:00 p.m. Lifts 1 & 4 will remain open until 4:30 p.m. Gondola San Sophia (mid-station) ski access will remain open until 4:30 p.m.

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Mar
10
5:00 AM05:00

Sunday March 10

Birthdays:   STEVE “GUMBY” GUMBLE, PRINCE  EDWARD,  SHARON STONE, EDIE BRICKELL, CHUCK NORRIS, SUSIE Q, RICH CHET-CHEW, JIM JOHNSON, GIGI GERLACH, PATTY JAEGER, DONNA McDONALD, DON BRELSFORD, EAMON ALGER, DARCIE GORDON, “BEAR” GUENTHER, ALEX KALLAS, GIA COTTOM, PAM BENNETT,  JASMINE GUY, JACLYN PETERSON, CHASON RUSSELL

At the Nugget: 4:30pm & 7:15pm  HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON 3 (1h 44min PG)

  • Mountain Village’s Market on the Plaza is now accepting 2019 vendor applications. Visit townofmountainvillage.com/market-vendor for more information and an application form. Deadline is April 1st.

  • San Miguel Resource Center will offer free Advocate Training. Tomorrow at 5:30. Email advocates@smrcco.org for more information!

  • Daylight Savings time starts today, Sunday March 10th. Telluride Ski Resort will extend the hours of operation for Lifts 1, 4, 5, and ski access from the Gondola by 30 minutes. Lift 5 will remain open until 4:00 p.m. Lifts 1 & 4 will remain open until 4:30 p.m. Gondola San Sophia (mid-station) ski access will remain open until 4:30 p.m.

  • The Telluride Historical Museum is selling bundles of Daffodils with all proceeds benefiting the Telluride Historical Museum and American Cancer Society. Live sales will begin tomorrow through the 15th at various locations around town and Mountain Village. Please call the Museum at (970) 728-3344 or email Kiernan Lannon at kiernan@telluridemuseum.org for more details.

  • Telluride’s Spring Pop-Up Market is Saturday, March 16th, 10am-7pm, at the Opera House. Local and regional small businesses will be featured. Contact Krista at 708-9029 for more information.

  • CPR World is offering Wilderness First Responder training March 27-31 in Telluride. Please visit cprworld.com for more information.

  • True North is partnering with Tri-County Health Network for parents to discuss financing college, college enrollment, and questions parents have about college access. Today, 2-4pm at the Wilkinson Library.

  • Tomorrow, True North will host an informational luncheon to learn more about the 2019 Rising Stars Program (a summer bridge program for 8th grade girls). 11:50am - 12:50pm in Room #266 at the Telluride Middle and High School,

  • Join Dr. Christine Richards, at the Telluride Yoga Center, for their upcoming workshop, "Yoga After a Knee Injury." Saturday, March 16th 1-3pm. Register at tellurideyoga.com or call (970) 729-1673.

  • On Thursday, March 14th, there will be a public talk about the global status of species loss and effective conservation solutions, with Professor Bernie Tershy and Telluride native, Dr. Harmony Patricio. At the Wilkinson Library, 6:00 p.m.

  • Come celebrate the life of a Telluride Legend at Russell Kelly Pale Ale Day! Friday, March 15th at the Liberty. Featuring the World Premiere film Kayak Gods by Tatum Productions. Movies at 7:30. Joint Point performs at 10!

  • Telluride Mountain Club’s next Backcountry Chat will be Monday, March 11th. They will be recounting close calls with regional skiers and snowboarders. At Jagged Edge, 6:15pm.

  • It’s Fundraising Time! Support KOTO by donating to your favorite program or DJ! You can head to koto.org and click the donate button or stop by the KOTO Studio at N. Pine! A $50 donation or more enters you into the daily Siam gift certificate drawing!

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Mar
9
6:00 AM06:00

Saturday March 9

Birthdays: MIKEY GILLEY,  MARK LINDSAY, DORRINE DODDY, JIM JONES, MIKE LIGHT, JULIA SULLIVAN, SARAH SILVER, LEIGH CANNON, VINCE DeCASTRO, KATHERINE JEPSON, MICHAEL O’CONNOR,  JULIETTE BINOCHE, AMERICUS VESPUCCI, HALLIE CONLIN

At the Nugget:  4:30pm & 7:15pm  HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON 3 (1h 44min PG)

 

  • The Second Saturday Block Party, in the Wagner Plaza in Mountain Village, will take place today 3-5pm. The AJ Fullerton Band will perform.

  • The North Mississippi Allstars perform at the Sheridan Opera House tonight, 9pm.

  • Daylight Savings time starts tomorrow, Sunday March 10th. Telluride Ski Resort will extend the hours of operation for Lifts 1, 4, 5, and ski access from the Gondola by 30 minutes. Lift 5 will remain open until 4:00 p.m. Lifts 1 & 4 will remain open until 4:30 p.m. Gondola San Sophia (mid-station) ski access will remain open until 4:30 p.m. Operating hours for all other lifts remain unchanged.

  • Telluride’s Spring Pop-Up Market is coming up on March 16th 10am-7pm, at the Opera House. Local and regional small businesses will be featured. Contact Krista at 708-9029 for more information.

  • The KOTO board of directors will hold their next monthly meeting Monday, February 11th at 5:15 pm in the Telluride room of the Wilkinson library.  The public is always welcome to attend.

  • There will be a celebration of life for Scott Spencer today 4:30-7pm at the Peaks.  

  • True North is partnering with Tri-County Health Network for parents to discuss financing college, college enrollment, and questions parents have about college access. Tomorrow, 2-4pm at the Wilkinson Library.

  • On Monday, March 11th, True North will host an informational luncheon to learn more about the 2019 Rising Stars Program (a summer bridge program for 8th grade girls). 11:50am - 12:50pm in Room #266 at the Telluride Middle and High School,

  • On Thursday, March 14th, there will be a public talk about the global status of species loss and effective conservation solutions, with Professor Bernie Tershy and Telluride native, Dr. Harmony Patricio. At the Wilkinson Library, 6:00 p.m.

  • The Second Chance Humane Society and Bow Wow Film Festival Present the 2nd Annual Fury Flicks and Fashion fundraising event. Tonight, 5:30- 9:00PM. At the Ouray County Event Center in Ridgway. You can find more in formation and buy tickets at adoptmountainpets.org

  • Telluride Mountain Club’s next Backcountry Chat will be Monday, March 11th. They will be recounting close calls with regional skiers and snowboarders. At Jagged Edge, 6:15pm.

  • It’s Fundraising Time! Support KOTO by donating to your favorite program or DJ! You can head to koto.org and click the donate button or stop by the KOTO Studio at N. Pine! A $50 donation or more enters you into the daily Siam gift certificate drawing! Raffle tickets are available for purchase to win a trip to FIJI! Stop by the KOTO studio or ask your DJ friends!

  • The Women's Adventure Film Tour will be in Ridgway tonight only! This tour is a celebration of the fantastic women around us who are doing extraordinary things. Doors at 6pm, films at 7pm. More info at sherbino.org.

  • Join Dr. Christine Richards, at the Telluride Yoga Center, for their upcoming workshop, "Yoga After a Knee Injury." Saturday, March 16th 1-3pm. Register at tellurideyoga.com or call (970) 729-1673.

  • San Miguel Resource Center will offer free Advocate Training. Monday March 11th at 5:30. Email advocates@smrcco.org for more information!

  • A free legal clinic for parties who have no attorney, will be offered at the Wilkinson Library Wednesday, March 13th, 2-5pm.  Please contact the Wilkinson Public Library at 728-4519 or go to telluridelibrary.org to schedule an appointment.   

  • The Telluride Historical Museum is selling bundles of Daffodils with all proceeds benefiting the Telluride Historical Museum and American Cancer Society. Live sales will begin Monday through the 15th at various locations around town and Mountain Village. Please call the Museum at (970) 728-3344 or email Kiernan Lannon at kiernan@telluridemuseum.org for more details.

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Mar
8
6:00 AM06:00

Friday March 8

Birthdays:  THE SKIPPER - ALAN HALE JR.,  LYNN REDGRAVE, MICKEY DOLENZ, CAROLYN KING, SUSAN VIEBROCK, LISE WARING, BERNICE GARBER, DEBORAH KIDD, TOMAZ REMEC, KATHY STELLHORN, CHARLOTTE HACKE, PATON STONE,  FREDDIE PRINZ, JR., ZECHIEA LEE,

At the Nugget:  4:30pm & 7:15pm  HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON 3 (1h 44min PG)

 

  • Performances of Telluride Theater’s Since I Dreamed, continue today through the 10th and March 14th- 17th. At the Palm Theater. Tickets available at telluridetheater.org

  • Don’t miss the Second Saturday Block Party, tomorrow in the Wagner Plaza in Mtn. Village. The AJ Fullerton Band will be performing.  3-5pm.

  • San Miguel Resource Center will offer free Advocate Training. Monday March 11th at 5:30. Email advocates@smrcco.org for more information!

  • The Women's Adventure Film Tour will be in Ridgway for one night only tomorrow! Doors at 6pm, films at 7pm. More info at sherbino.org.

  • Telluride Adaptive Sports Programs’ annual Blue Party is tonight! At the Telluride Conference Center, doors at 6pm. Head to tellurideaddaptivesports.org for more information and to purchase your ticket.

  • Telluride’s Spring Pop-Up Market is coming up on March 16th 10am-7pm, at the Opera House. Local and regional small businesses will be featured. Contact Krista at 708-9029.

  • On Thursday, March 14th, there will be a public talk about the global status of species loss and effective conservation solutions, with Professor Bernie Tershy and, Telluride native, Dr. Harmony Patricio. At the Wilkinson Library, 6:00 p.m.

  • Join Dr. Christine Richards, at the Telluride Yoga Center, for their upcoming workshop, "Yoga After a Knee Injury." Saturday, March 16th 1-3pm. Register at tellurideyoga.com or call (970) 729-1673.

  • Come celebrate the life of a Telluride Legend at Russell Kelly Pale Ale Day! Friday, March 15th at the Liberty. Featuring the World Premiere film Kayak Gods by Tatum Productions. Movies at 7:30. Joint Point performs at 10!

  • Telluride Mountain Club’s next Backcountry Chat will be Monday, March 11th. They will be recounting close calls with regional skiers and snowboarders. At Jagged Edge, 6:15pm.

  • Gypsy Social Jazz Club will perform at the Sherbino in Ridgway, tonight, 7pm. Tickets and more info at sherbino.org.

  • Elder Grown perform at the Liberty tonight, 9pm.

  • The Telluride Choral Society invites you to join them for the 2019 SpringSing concerts, entitled "In the Garden", featuring 60 local musicians. Concerts will take place on Friday, March 22nd at 7:00 p.m. and Sunday, March 24th at 4:00 p.m. at Christ Church. Tickets will be available for purchase at the door.  For more information, please call (970)729-0082.

  • True North is partnering with Tri-County Health Network for parents to discuss financing college, college enrollment, and questions parents have about college access. Sunday, March 10th, 2-4pm at the Wilkinson Library.

  • The KOTO board of directors will hold their next monthly meeting Monday, February 11th, at 5:15pm in the Telluride room of the Wilkinson library.  The public is always welcome to attend.

  • There will be a celebration of life for Scott Spencer on Saturday March 9 from 4:30-7pm at the Peaks.  

  • The Telluride Historical Museum is selling bundles of Daffodils with all proceeds benefiting the Telluride Historical Museum and American Cancer Society. Live sales will begin Monday through the 15th at various locations around town and Mountain Village. Please call the Museum at (970) 728-3344 or email Kiernan Lannon at kiernan@telluridemuseum.org for more details.

  • It’s Fundraising time at KOTO! Please consider donating to your local radio station. You can go to koto.org, call the studio at 728-4333 or 728-4334, or feel free to stop by the purple house! The KOTO DJs, staff and board members thank you for your support!

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Mar
7
6:00 AM06:00

Thursday March 7

Born on this Day: MARLEY MITCHELL, KAITLIN BUSH, DANIEL J. TRAVANTI, TAYLOR DANE, IVAN LENDL, FRANCO HARRIS, LYNN SWAN, DJ JAY RAIBLE, RICHARD BETTS, KEN SAULS,  HEIDI RAUTH,  ROBERT TOOMEY, DEBRA NEIBERGER,  STEPHANIE BAYE, GLEN O’LEARY, CAITLIN BUSH

At the Nugget:  5:15   THE LEGO MOVIE 2 (1h 47min  PG)

                        7:30     WHAT MEN WANT   (1h 57min  R)

 

  • Art Walk is tonight! Participating galleries will stay open later.

  • CoCo Montoya and Tinsley Ellis perform at the Sheridan Opera House tonight, 8pm.

  • The Ah Haa is offering KIDS' NIGHT OUT tonight and every Thursday from 5:30-8 pm through the ski season. Sign up by calling (970) 728-3886.

  • There will be a celebration of life for Scott Spencer on Saturday March 9 from 4:30-7pm at the Peaks.  

  • The Progressive Women’s Caucus is hosting the 15th annual Equal Pay Bake Sale on International Women’s Day, Friday, March 8th. Stop by the community table on Main St (corner of Pine and Colorado) between 11am and 2pm on Friday to buy a baked treat and learn about income inequity. If you’d like to help out by volunteering or by providing baked goods, please email Emily at emilyosan@gmail.com.

  • Telluride Adaptive Sports Programs’ annual Blue Party is tomorrow at the Telluride Conference Center. Head to tellurideaddaptivesports.org for more information and to purchase your ticket.

  • CPR World is offering Wilderness First Responder training March 27-31 in Telluride. Please visit cprworld.com for more information.

  • Mountain Village’s Market on the Plaza is accepting 2019 vendor applications. For market dates and an application, head to townofmountainvillage.com/market-vendor. The deadline for applying is April 1st.

  • The Telluride Choral Society invites you to join them for the 2019 SpringSing concerts, entitled "In the Garden", featuring 60 local musicians. Concerts will take place on Friday, March 22nd at 7:00 p.m. and Sunday, March 24th at 4:00 p.m. at Christ Church. Tickets will be available for purchase at the door.  For more information, please call (970)729-0082.

  • The WOMEN'S ADVENTURE FILM TOUR has arrived in the states for the first time ever and will be in Ridgway for ONE NIGHT ONLY on March 9th! This tour is a celebration of the fantastic women around us who are doing extraordinary things. Doors at 6pm, films at 7pm. More info at sherbino.org.

  • True North is partnering with Tri-County Health Network in facilitating a discussion for parents on financing college, college enrollment, and questions about college access. Sunday, March 10th, 2-4pm at the Wilkinson Library.

  • On Monday, March 11th, True North will host an informational luncheon to learn more about the 2019 Rising Stars Program (a summer bridge program for 8th grade girls). 11:50am - 12:50pm in Room #266 at the Telluride Middle and High School,

  • The Second Chance Human Society’s Furry Flicks and Fashion fundraising event takes place on Saturday, March 9th. At the Ouray County Event Center in Ridgway. More info and tickets at adoptmountainpets.org

  • Don’t miss the Second Saturday Block Party, March 9th in the Wagner Plaza in Mtn. Village. The AJ Fullerton Band will be performing.  3-5pm.

  • A friendly reminder that KOTO is in it’s fundraising time! It takes about $1,000 a day to run the studio so your support means so much to us! A $50 donation get you into a daily drawing for a SIAM gift certificate!

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Mar
6
6:00 AM06:00

Wednesday March 6

Born on this day: ED McMAHON, ROB REINER, KIKI DEE, TOM ARNOLD, SHAQUILLE O’NEAL, WILLIE STARGELL, KATHY McJOYNT,  ARLENE GONZALES,  JAMES ATHERTON, KEVIN GILLES, HAL CLIFFORD, ERIC HANSES,  KAREN HEDGER,  CHRISTOPHER SULLIVAN, BONNIE HILLEARY, RAMOS SIMOMECALIL

At the Nugget: 5:15   THE LEGO MOVIE 2 (1h 47min  PG)

                        7:30     WHAT MEN WANT   (1h 57min  R)

 

  • Stephen Marley performs tonight at the Sheridan Opera House, 8pm.

  • Don’t miss the Second Saturday Block Party, March 9th in the Wagner Plaza in Mtn. Village. The AJ Fullerton Band will be performing.  3-5pm.

  • Telluride Mountain Club’s next Backcountry Chat will be Monday, March 11th. They will be recounting close calls with regional skiers and snowboarders. At Jagged Edge, 6:15pm.

  • Open Bard Poetry at the Sherbino Theater in Ridgway will host Salt Lake City poet, Rob Carney. Tomorrow at 6:30pm.

  • Come celebrate the life of a Telluride Legend at Russell Kelly Pale Ale Day! Friday, March 15th at the Liberty. Featuring the World Premiere film Kayak Gods by Tatum Productions. Movies at 7:30. Joint Point performs at 10!

  • Telluride Adaptive Sports Programs’ annual Blue Party is this Friday, March 8th at the Telluride Conference Center. Head to tellurideaddaptivesports.org for more information and to purchase your ticket.

  • The Wilkinson Library will host educational workshops designed to give you support as you raise your little one(s)! Free childcare and dinner will be provided. Tomorrow’s class will focus on Kindergarten Transitions, 5:30-6:30pm.

  • Telluride Theater’s newest production, Since I Dreamed, begins its run today. Performances continue through March 10th and March 14th-17th. At the Palm Theater, 7pm.  Head to telluridetheater.org for more information.

  • Today is the last day for skating at Hanley Rink, as it will close for the seaon.

  • Tour your local ski factory! Learn how custom skis are designed and built. RSVP on-line at bitly.com/wagnercustomtour.

  • The WOMEN'S ADVENTURE FILM TOUR has arrived in the states for the first time ever and will be in Ridgway for ONE NIGHT ONLY on March 9th! This tour is a celebration of the fantastic women around us who are doing extraordinary things. Doors at 6pm, films at 7pm. More info at sherbino.org.

  • The Second Chance Human Society’s Furry Flicks and Fashion fundraising event takes place on Saturday, March 9th. At the Ouray County Event Center in Ridgway. More info and tickets at adoptmountainpets.org

  • Telluride’s Spring Pop-Up Market on March 16th at the Opera House is accepting vendors. Local and regional small businesses are encouraged to apply. Contact Krista at 708-9029.

  • There will be a celebration of life for Scott Spencer on Saturday March 9 from 4:30-7pm at the Peaks.  

  • The Progressive Women’s Caucus is hosting the 15th annual Equal Pay Bake Sale on International Women’s Day, Friday, March 8th. Stop by the community table on Main St (corner of Pine and Colorado) between 11am and 2pm on Friday to buy a baked treat and learn about income inequity. If you’d like to help out by volunteering or by providing baked goods, please email Emily at emilyosan@gmail.com.

  • If you’ve been enjoying the programming today, think about making a donation to KOTO! It’s fundraising season for us and we couldn’t do it without you! Head to koto.org to make a donation, stop by the purple house or mail us a check at P.O. Box 1069. Thank you!

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Mar
5
6:00 AM06:00

Tuesday March 5

Born on this day:  MICHAEL IRVIN, SAMANTHA EGGAR, CAROL CLANCY, JANET HOUSTON, KAREN LEVITAS, PHIL MILLER, RICHARD GARNER,  JEFF BUSH, JUD TORGERSON, PEGGY RANDALL -a.k.a. PEGGY SUE RICHARDS,  JAMES BRITT, PETER FERETTI,  CHRIS ZIMMERMAN, JESSICA DOEHRMANN,

At the Nugget: 5:15   THE LEGO MOVIE 2 (1h 47min  PG)

                        7:30     WHAT MEN WANT   (1h 57min  R)

 

  • Happy Mardis Gras! Tune in today 11am-1pm to celebrate the fattest of Tuesdays with Loup Garou and Friends! Stop by the studio to partake in gumbo and other southern treats!  

  • Join Susie St. Onge tonight for mindfulness meditation, focusing on Mindfulness of Technology. At the Wilkinson library, 5:30pm.

  • Telluride Theater’s newest production, “Since I Dreamed,” begins its run tomorrow. Performances continue through March 10th and March 14th -17th. Tickets available at telluridetheater.org.

  • The WOMEN'S ADVENTURE FILM TOUR has arrived in the USA for the first time ever and will be in Ridgway for ONE NIGHT ONLY on March 9th! This tour is a celebration of the fantastic women around us who are doing extraordinary things. The films are to be enjoyed by women and men of all ages! Doors at 6 pm, Film at 7 pm.

  • Tonight at the Sherbino in Ridgway, Matchstick Production’s ski film “Hoji” will screen at 7pm.

  • The Telluride Choral Society invites you to join them for the 2019 SpringSing concerts, entitled "In the Garden", featuring 60 local musicians. Concerts will take place on Friday, March 22nd at 7:00 p.m. and Sunday, March 24th at 4:00 p.m. at Christ Church. Tickets will be available for purchase at the door.  For more information, please call (970)729-0082.

  • On Thursday, March 7th, Wilkinson Public Library will host an educational workshop on Kindergarten Transitions. 5:30-6:30pm.

  • The Ah Haa School is offering a variety of classes this March, including public speaking, learning the ukulele, and ceramics. Learn more at ahhaa.org

  • There will be a memorial service for Michael Ruterbories at the top of the gondola at the Ridge club, today at 4pm. Telluride Adaptive Sports Program is honored to accept donations Michael’s behalf. Should you feel compelled to give in Michael's memory, please do so by visiting tellurideadaptivesports.org. (make note of your dedication to Michael Ruterbories in the “Donation Note” field).

  • Open Bard Poetry at the Sherbino Theater in Ridgway will host Salt Lake City poet, Rob Carney. Thursday, March 7th at 6:30pm.

  • Join Dr. Christine Richards, at the Telluride Yoga Center, for their upcoming workshop, "Yoga After a Knee Injury." Saturday, March 16th 1-3pm. Register at tellurideyoga.com or call (970) 729-1673.

  • The Telluride Historical Museum is selling bundles of Daffodils with all proceeds benefiting the Telluride Historical Museum and American Cancer Society. You can purchase blooms in advance by going online or calling the museum. Live sales will take place March 11th-15th at various locations around town and Mountain Village. Volunteers are needed to assist with live sales, so if you're interested please call the Museum at (970) 728-3344 or email Kiernan Lannon at kiernan@telluridemuseum.org for more details.

  • It’s Fundraising time at KOTO! Please consider donating to your local radio station. You can go to koto.org, call the studio at 728-4333 or 728-4334, or feel free to stop the purple house! The KOTO DJs, staff and board members thank you for your support!

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Mar
4
6:00 AM06:00

Monday March 4

Born on this day: WOLFGAR THE WANDERER,  CHASTITY BONO, PAULA PRENTISS, CLARK WOOLEY, MARGARET REEDY, GAYLORD INGERSOL, JOHN GOWDY, NANCY STODDART,  CHRIS KOERBER, HARVEY WAGGENER,  STACY GATES,

At the Nugget:  5:15   THE LEGO MOVIE 2 (1h 47min  PG)

                        7:30     WHAT MEN WANT   (1h 57min  R)

 

  • Tomorrow is Mardis Gras! Celebrate with KOTO here at the studio with guest chefs, delicious gumbo and music to transport you to Bourbon St. Tune in to Loup Garou and Friends 11am-1pm. Stop by North Pine to partake in food and libations!

  • Wilkinson Public Library and the Telluride Film Festival present The Trailblazing Women of Documentary Film series. The series begins tonight at 6:00 pm with GHOST FLEET.  The documentary’s Director/Producer, Shannon Service, will be at the library in person to introduce the film and for a Q & A afterward.

  • Telluride Adaptive Sports Program is honored to accept donations on long time volunteer, Michael Ruterbories’ behalf. Should you feel compelled to give in Michael's memory, please do so by visiting tellurideadaptivesports.org. (make note of your dedication to Michael Ruterbories in the “Donation Note” field).

  • Tickets are available for TASP’s annual Blue Party! This "blue-tie" event is March 8th at the Telluride Conference Center. Head to tellurideaddaptivesports.org for more information and to purchase your ticket.

  • One-to-One Mentoring’s Annual Cardboard Sled Derby will take place Saturday, March 23rd. Kids, ages 5-14, are invited to register and participate! More information can be found at onetoonetelluride.org.

  • Don’t miss the Second Saturday Block Party, March 9th in the Wagner Plaza in Mtn. Village. The AJ Fullerton Band will be performing.  3-5pm.

  • Today, the Telluride Med Center will offer “stop the bleed,” training. At the Wilkinson Library in the Telluride Room. There will be two classes offered, 12pm or 5:15pm. Trainings are first-come-first-served and are limited to 14 participants per class.

  • Mountain Village’s Market on the Plaza is accepting 2019 vendor applications. For market dates and an application, head to townofmountainvillage.com/market-vendor. The deadline for applying is April 1st.

  • CPR World is offering Wilderness First Responder training March 27-31 in Telluride. Please visit cprworld.com for more information.

  • Registration is now open for the 2019 Spring Lacrosse Season. Boys Grades K-8th and Girls Grades 2nd-8th. Please visit https://telluridelacrosse.com. Registration will close March 5th.

  • Join Dr. Christine Richards, at the Telluride Yoga Center, for their upcoming workshop, "Yoga After a Knee Injury." Saturday, March 16th 1-3pm. Register at tellurideyoga.com or call (970) 729-1673.

  • Tickets are available for Telluride Theater’s original theatrical extravaganza, Since I Dreamed. Performances are March 6th-10th and 14th-17th.   Head to telluridetheater.com for more information.

  • Telluride’s Spring Pop-Up Market on March 16th at the Opera House is accepting vendors. Local and regional small businesses are encouraged to apply. Contact Krista at 708-9029.

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Mar
3
6:00 AM06:00

Sunday March 3

Birthdays:  HERSCHEL WALKER, DAVE DUDLEY, MARK HALPER, JIM PETTEGREW, MICHAEL WEBB, TOM S. TAYLOR, NATE TUFFTE, E.W. ANDREWS, MARGARET SAWYER,  JULIE KASL, CHRISTINE MITCHELL,  MARSHAL WILSON, ELIZABETH FESUS, DOGBANE

At the Nugget:  5:15   THE LEGO MOVIE 2 (1h 47min  PG)

                        7:30     WHAT MEN WANT   (1h 57min  R)

 

  • Tickets are available for Telluride Theater’s original theatrical extravaganza, Since I Dreamed. Performances are March 6th-10th  and 14th-17th.   Head to telluridetheater.com for more information.

  • Between the Covers and the Telluride AIDS Benefit present a new event—Memories & Mimosas—with educator and poet Madelyn Garner. The reading, a tribute to her son whom she lost to AIDS in 1996, will take place at the Ah Haa School This morning at 11am, and will include a lite brunch and, of course, mimosas!

  • Registration is now open for the 2019 Spring Lacrosse Season. Boys Grades K-8th and Girls Grades 2nd-8th. Please visit https://telluridelacrosse.com. Registration will close March 5th.

  • Tomorrow, the Telluride Med Center will offer “stop the bleed,” training. At the Wilkinson Library in the Telluride Room. There will be two classes offered, 12pm or 5:15pm. Trainings are first-come-first-served and are limited to 14 participants per class.

  • Don’t miss the Second Saturday Block Party, March 9th in the Wagner Plaza in Mtn. Village. The AJ Fullerton Band will be performing.  3-5pm.

  • Wilkinson Public Library and the Telluride Film Festival present The Trailblazing Women of Documentary Film series. The series begins tomorrow at 6:00 pm with GHOST FLEET.  The documentary’s Director/Producer, Shannon Service, will be at the library in person to introduce the film and for a Q & A afterward.

  • Telluride’s Spring Pop-Up Market on March 16th at the Opera House is accepting vendors. Local and regional small businesses are encouraged to apply. Contact Krista at 708-9029.

  • On Thursday, March 7th, Wilkinson Public Library will host an educational workshop on Kindergarten Transitions. 5:30-6:30pm.

  • Tuesday March 5th, join Susie St. Onge for Mindfulness Meditation- Mindful of Technology. At the Wilkinson Library, 5:30pm.

  • Tickets are available for Telluride Adaptive Sports Programs’ annual Blue Party! This "blue-tie" event is March 8th at the Telluride Conference Center. Head to tellurideaddaptivesports.org for more information and to purchase your ticket.

  • TASP is honored to accept donations on long time volunteer, Michael Ruterbories’ behalf. Should you feel compelled to give in Michael's memory, please do so by visiting tellurideadaptivesports.org. (make note of your dedication to Michael Ruterbories in the “Donation Note” field)

  • The Second Chance Humane Society and Bow Wow Film Festival Present the 2nd Annual Fury Flicks and Fashion fundraising event. March 9th from 5:30- 9:00PM. At the Ouray County Event Center in Ridgway. You can find more in formation and buy tickets at adoptmountainpets.org

  • Tune in Monday, March 4th, to a special fundraising edition of “Running for Covers.” Our KOTO DJs have put together an amazing collection of covers that they’ll be playing 9am-5pm on Monday. Tune in to win fabulous prizes! Donate to your favorite local radio station!

  • On Tuesday, KOTO will be celebrating Mardi Gras here at the studio with guest chefs, delicious gumbo and music to transport you to Bourbon St. Tune  in to Loup Garou and Friends, Tuesday, March 5th, 11am-1pm. Stop by North Pine to partake in food and libations!

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Mar
2
6:00 AM06:00

Saturday March 2

Birthdays: MIKHAIL GORBACHEV, JON BON JOVI, DR. SEUSS, GEORGE BENSON, LOU REED, JOSH GALLUN, TAYLOR REESE, MIKE THEILE, CRYSTAL WILLIAMS, GAIL SERVISS,  JIM “CATFISH” HUNTER, PETER PITTS, LINDA CROCKER, LINDA BROZEK, ALVA WELLS, BARBARA HARRISON, BRANDI HAGER, DANA ROSS, PETER LUNDEEN

At the Nugget: 5:15   THE LEGO MOVIE 2 (1h 47min  PG)

                        7:30     WHAT MEN WANT   (1h 57min  R)

 

  • The Telluride AIDS Benefit Designer Sample Sale is Monday, March 4th at the Sheridan Opera House. All proceeds benefit TAB beneficiary organizations. This event is free to the public. The sale takes place 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. 

  • Telluride Adaptive Sports Program is honored to accept donations on long time volunteer, Michael Ruterbories’ behalf. Should you feel compelled to give in Michael's memory, please do so by visiting tellurideadaptivesports.org. (make note of your dedication to Michael Ruterbories in the “Donation Note” field). There will be a memorial service for Michael at the top of the gondola at the Ridge club, Tuesday March 5th at 4pm.

  • Tickets are available for TASP’s annual Blue Party! This "blue-tie" event is March 8th at the Telluride Conference Center. Head to tellurideaddaptivesports.org for more information and to purchase your ticket.

  • On Monday, March 4th, the Telluride Med Center will offer “stop the bleed,” training. At the Wilkinson Library in the Telluride Room. There will be two classes offered, 12pm or 5:15pm. Trainings are first-come-first-served and are limited to 14 participants per class.

  • Mountain Village’s Market on the Plaza is accepting 2019 vendor applications. For market dates and an application, head to townofmountainvillage.com/market-vendor. The deadline for applying is April 1st.

  • Registration is now open for the 2019 Spring Lacrosse Season. Boys Grades K-8th and Girls Grades 2nd-8th. Please visit https://telluridelacrosse.com. Registration will close March 5th.

  • Wilkinson Public Library and the Telluride Film Festival present The Trailblazing Women of Documentary Film series. The series begins Monday, March 4th at 6:00 pm with GHOST FLEET.  The documentary’s Director/Producer, Shannon Service, will be at the library in person to introduce the film and for a Q & A afterward.

  • Tuesday March 5th, join Susie St. Onge for Mindfulness Meditation- Mindful of Technology. At the Wilkinson Library, 5:30pm.

  • Tickets are available for Telluride Theater’s original theatrical extravaganza, Since I Dreamed. Performances are March 6th-10th and 14th-17th.   Head to telluridetheater.com for more information.

  • The Telluride Historical Museum is selling bundles of Daffodils. All proceeds will benefit the Telluride Historical Museum and American Cancer Society. You can purchase blooms in advance by going online or calling the museum. Live sales will take place March 11th-15th at various locations around town and Mountain Village. Volunteers are needed to assist with live sales, so if you're interested please call the Museum at (970) 728-3344 or email Kiernan Lannon at kiernan@telluridemuseum.org for more details.

  • There will be free Rapid HIV and Hepatitis C testing today at the Wilkinson Library, 10am-3pm.

  • Tune in Monday, March 4th, to a special fundraising edition of “Running for Covers.” Our KOTO DJs have put together an amazing collection of covers that they’ll be playing 9am-5pm on Monday. Tune in to win fabulous prizes! Donate to your favorite local radio station!

  • On Tuesday, KOTO will be celebrating Mardi Gras here at the studio with guest chefs, delicious gumbo and music to transport you to Bourbon St. Tune in to Loup Garou and Friends, Tuesday, March 5th, 11am-1pm. Stop by North Pine to partake in food and libations!

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Mar
1
6:00 AM06:00

Friday March 1

Birthdays: RON HOWARD, ALAN THICKE, CATHERINE BACH, SARA HICKMAN, ROGER DALTRY, HARRY BELAFONTE, ROBERT CONRAD, GLENNY LEGENDRE, JOSEPH RYAN, TOM SMITH, KEVIN DUNKAK, MIKE TURRIN, JEFF PROTEAU, GAIL OLIVER, LAURIE GODFREY,  KELLY CLEARY,  BARB ASKEW

At the Nugget:  5:15   THE LEGO MOVIE 2 (1h 47min  PG)

                         7:30     WHAT MEN WANT   (1h 57min  R)

 

  • KOTO Radio has a new studio at Norwood High School! Tune in every Friday at noon to hear "The Lunch Break," featuring students in Mr. L's class. 

  • Registration is now open for the 2019 Spring Lacrosse Season. Boys Grades K-8th and Girls Grades 2nd-8th. Please visit https://telluridelacrosse.com. Registration will close March 5th.

  • Tri County Health Network presents “the Dementia Experience,” Experience the world through the eyes of someone with dementia. Today, at the Bridal Veil Conference Room in the Telluride High School, 10am-3pm. For more information, e-mail info@tchnetwork.org. Open to everyone.

  • Join former Telluride resident Rob Wasserman, as he speaks about his journey through addiction and recovery. This is part of the Wilkinson Library’s new series, “Tackling Tough Topics” focusing on the opioid crisis. Today at 5:30pm at the library.

  • Its fundraising time here at the KOTO! Please consider donating to your local radio station! Any amount is appreciated!

  • The Telluride Historical Museum is selling bundles of Daffodils. All proceeds will benefit the Telluride Historical Museum and American Cancer Society. You can purchase blooms in advance by going online or calling the museum. Live sales will take place March 11th-15th at various locations around town and Mountain Village. Volunteers are needed to assist with live sales, so if you're interested please call the Museum at (970) 728-3344 or email Kiernan Lannon at kiernan@telluridemuseum.org for more details.

  • Wilkinson Public Library and the Telluride Film Festival present The Trailblazing Women of Documentary Film series. The series begins Monday, March 4th at 6:00 pm with GHOST FLEET.  The documentary’s Director/Producer, Shannon Service, will be at the library in person to introduce the film and for a Q & A afterward.

  • Between the Covers and the Telluride AIDS Benefit present a new event—Memories & Mimosas—with educator and poet Madelyn Garner. The reading, a tribute to her son whom she lost to AIDS in 1996, will take place at the Ah Haa School on Sunday, March 3rd, at 11am, and will include a lite brunch and, of course, mimosas!

  • MET at the Palm presents LA FILLE DU RÉGIMENT (Donizetti). Tomorrow, Live at 11am. Approx. runtime: 2:55 [1 Intermission].

  • On Monday, March 4th, the Telluride Med Center will offer “stop the bleed,” training. At the Wilkinson Library in the Telluride Room. There will be two classes offered, 12pm or 5:15pm. Trainings are first-come-first-served and are limited to 14 participants per class.

  • Tickets are available for Telluride Theater’s original theatrical extravaganza, Since I Dreamed. Performances are March 6th-10th and 14th-17th.   Head to telluridetheater.com for more information.

  • Telluride Gay Ski Week continues through March 2nd. For a full schedule of events, go to telluridegayski.com.

  • There will be free Rapid HIV and Hepatitis C testing tomorrow at the Wilkinson Library, 10am-3pm.

  • Join Dr. Christine Richards, at the Telluride Yoga Center, for their upcoming workshop, "Yoga After a Knee Injury." Saturday, March 16th 1-3pm. Register at tellurideyoga.com or contact us at (970) 729-1673

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Feb
28
6:00 AM06:00

Thursday February 28

Birthdays: GAVIN McLEOD, BERNADETTE PETERS, TOMMY TUNE, ADRIAN DANTLEY, BUBBA SMITH, MARIO ANDRETTI, BILL BAIRD, NICOLE MOORE, RAYNA HALE, SHEILA WELLS, STEVE BENHAM, TED BALTRUSAITIS, WENDY ISRAEL, BELLE RICHARD, CHRIS TETZELI,  MARGARET REMINGTON, JOHN TURTURRO

At the Nugget:  5:30 & 8:15pm  SPIDER-MAN: INTO THE SPIDER-VERSE     (1h 57min PG)

 

  • Tri County Health Network presents “the Dementia Experience,” Experience the world through the eyes of someone with dementia. At the Bridal Veil Conference Room in the Telluride High School, tomorrow, 10am-3pm. For more information, e-mail info@tchnetwork.org. Open to everyone.

  • MET at the Palm presents LA FILLE DU RÉGIMENT (Donizetti). Saturday, March 2nd, Live at 11am. Approx. runtime: 2:55 [1 Intermission].

  • Join former Telluride resident Rob Wasserman, as he speaks about his journey through addiction and recovery. This is part of the Wilkinson Library’s new series, “Tackling Tough Topics” focusing on the opioid crisis. Tomorrow, 5:30pm, at the library.

  • Join Dr. Christine Richards, at the Telluride Yoga Center, for their upcoming workshop, "Yoga After a Knee Injury." Saturday, March 16th 1-3pm. Register at tellurideyoga.com or call  (970) 729-1673.

  • Its fundraising time here at the KOTO! Please consider donating to your local radio station! Any amount is appreciated but a $50 donation or more enters you into the daily drawing for a Siam gift certificate! A $100 donation get you a sweet KOTO Owl t-shirt.

  • Don’t miss the Second Saturday Block Party, March 9th in the Wagner Plaza in Mtn. Village. The AJ Fullerton Band will be performing.  3-5pm.

  • One-to-One Mentoring’s Annual Cardboard Sled Derby will take place Saturday, March 23rd. Kids, ages 5-14, are invited to register and participate! More information can be found at onetoonetelluride.org.

  • Tickets are available for Telluride Adaptive Sports Programs’ annual Blue Party! This "blue-tie" event is March 8th at the Telluride Conference Center. Head to tellurideaddaptivesports.org for more information and to purchase your ticket.

  • Telluride Gay Ski Week continues through March 2nd. For a full schedule of events, go to telluridegayski.com.

  • Between the Covers and the Telluride AIDS Benefit present a new event—Memories & Mimosas—with educator and poet Madelyn Garner. The reading, a tribute to her son whom she lost to AIDS in 1996, will take place at the Ah Haa School on Sunday, March 3rd, at 11am, and will include a lite brunch and, of course, mimosas!

  • Tickets are available for Telluride Theater’s original theatrical extravaganza, Since I Dreamed. Performances are March 6th-10th and 14th-17th.   Head to telluridetheater.com for more information.

  • Telluride Adaptive Sports Program is honored to accept donations on long time volunteer, Michael Ruterbories’ behalf. Should you feel compelled to give in Michael's memory, please do so by visiting tellurideadaptivesports.org. (make note of your dedication to Michael Ruterbories in the “Donation Note” field)

  • Registration is now open for the 2019 Spring Lacrosse Season. Boys Grades K-8th and Girls Grades 2nd-8th. Please visit https://telluridelacrosse.com. Registration will close March 5th.

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Feb
27
6:00 AM06:00

Wednesday February 27

Born on this day:  LIZ TAYLOR, HOWARD HESSMAN, RALPH NADER, JOANNE WOODWARD, CHELSEA CLINTON,  ANDERS UNRUH, BRAD GREEN, CAL WILBOURNE,  KATHLEEN MORGAN, MAMIE BLOOM, AMBER POPE,  JOERN GERDTS, TERRY MERRIMAN, TORREY STOPPEL, JOHN STEINBECK, ELIZABETH HAATS, HOLLY KERR HOLLAND

At the Nugget:  5:30 & 8:15pm  SPIDER-MAN: INTO THE SPIDER-VERSE         (1h 57min PG)

 

  • The Ah Haa is offering KIDS' NIGHT OUT every Thursday from 5:30-8 pm through the ski season. Sign up by calling (970) 728-3886.

  • Telluride Gay Ski Week continues through March 2nd. For a full schedule of events, go to telluridegayski.com.

  • The Telluride Historical Museum is selling bundles of Daffodils. All proceeds will benefit the Telluride Historical Museum and American Cancer Society. You can purchase blooms in advance by going online or calling the museum. Live sales will take place March 11th-15th at various locations around town and Mountain Village. Volunteers are needed to assist with live sales, so if you're interested please call the Museum at (970) 728-3344 or email Kiernan Lannon at kiernan@telluridemuseum.org for more details.

  • The Second Chance Humane Society and Bow Wow Film Festival Present the 2nd Annual Fury Flicks and Fashion fundraising event. March 9th from 5:30- 9:00PM. At the Ouray County Event Center in Ridgway. You can find more information and buy tickets at adoptmountainpets.org

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

  • Friday, Feb. 28th, Tri County Health Network presents “the Dementia Experience,” Experience the world through the eyes of someone with dementia. At the Bridal Veil Conference Room in the Telluride High School, 10am-3pm. For more information, e-mail info@tchnetwork.org. Open to everyone.

  • On March 4th, the Telluride Med Center will offer “stop the bleed,” training. At the Wilkinson Library in the Telluride Room. There will be two classes offered, 12pm or 5:15pm. Trainings are first-come-first-served and are limited to 14 participants per class.

  • On Friday, March 1st, join former Telluride resident Rob Wasserman, as he speaks about his journey through addiction and recovery. This is part of the Wilkinson Library’s new series, “Tackling Tough Topics” focusing on the opioid crisis. 5:30pm at the library.

  • MET at the Palm presents LA FILLE DU RÉGIMENT (Donizetti). Saturday, March 2nd, Live at 11am. Approx. runtime: 2:55 [1 Intermission].

  • Telluride’s Spring Pop-Up Market, on March 16th at the Opera House, is accepting vendors. Local and regional small businesses are encouraged to apply. Contact Krista at 708-9029.

  • Wilkinson Public Library and the Telluride Film Festival present The Trailblazing Women of Documentary Film series. The series begins March 4th at 6:00 pm with GHOST FLEET.  The documentary’s Director/Producer, Shannon Service, will be at the library in person to introduce the film and for a Q & A afterward.

  • Between the Covers Bookstore and the Telluride AIDS Benefit present a new event—Memories & Mimosas—with educator and poet Madelyn Garner, author of "Hum of Our Blood." The reading, a tribute to her son whom she lost to AIDS in 1996, is free and will take place at the Ah Haa School on Sunday, March 3rd, at 11am, and will include a lite brunch and, of course, mimosas!

  • It’s Fundraising Time! Support KOTO by donating to your favorite program or DJ! You can head to koto.org and click the donate button or stop by the KOTO Studio at N. Pine! A $50 donation or more enters you into the daily Siam gift certificate drawing!

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Feb
26
6:00 AM06:00

Tuesday February 26

Born on this day MICHAEL BOLTON, JOHNNY CASH, FATS DOMINO, MITCH RYDER, TONY RANDALL, OSANKA BAIUI, ERYKAH BADU, LORRAINE DAVIS, CHARLES KEARNS, JEANNE STEWART, RAY BAILIS, RON ROTTINGHAUS,

At the Nugget:  5:30 & 8:15pm  SPIDER-MAN: INTO THE SPIDER-VERSE

                                      (1h 57min PG)

 

  • It is with a heavy heart that the entire Telluride Adaptive Sports Program community mourns the loss of longtime volunteer, friend and TASP advocate Michael Ruterbories. TASP is honored to accept donations on Michael’s behalf. Should you feel compelled to give in Michael's memory, please do so by visiting tellurideadaptivesports.org. (make note of your dedication to Michael Ruterbories in the “Donation Note” field)

  • The Second Chance Humane Society and Bow Wow Film Festival Present the 2nd Annual Fury Flicks and Fashion fundraising event. March 9th from 5:30- 9:00PM. At the Ouray County Event Center in Ridgway. You can find more in formation and buy tickets at adoptmountainpets.org

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

  • Expecting mothers and their partners are invited to join the Primary Care team to learn about prenatal health and caring for newborns, specifically in this region for Mountain Mama 101. Tonight at 5:30p.m. at the Telluride Medical Center. For more information visit tellmed.org.

  • On March 4th, the Telluride Med Center will offer “stop the bleed,” training. At the Wilkinson Library in the Telluride Room. There will be two classes offered, 12pm or 5:15pm. Trainings are first-come-first-served and are limited to 14 participants per class.

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

  • On Friday, March 1st, join former Telluride resident Rob Wasserman, as he speaks about his journey through addiction and recovery. This is part of the Wilkinson Library’s new series, “Tackling Tough Topics” focusing on the opioid crisis. 5:30pm at the library.

  • The Telluride Historical Museum is selling bundles of Daffodils. All proceeds will benefit the Telluride Historical Museum and American Cancer Society. You can purchase blooms in advance by going online or calling the museum. Live sales will take place March 11th-15th at various locations around town and Mountain Village. Volunteers are needed to assist with live sales, so if you're interested please call the Museum at (970) 728-3344 or email Kiernan Lannon at kiernan@telluridemuseum.org for more details.

  • Tickets are available for Telluride Adaptive Sports Programs’ annual Blue Party! This "blue-tie" event is March 8th at the Telluride Conference Center. Head to tellurideaddaptivesports.org for more information and to purchase your ticket.

  • Friday, Feb. 28th, Tri County Health Network presents “the Dementia Experience,” Experience the world through the eyes of someone with dementia. At the Bridal Veil Conference Room in the Telluride High School, 10am-3pm. For more information, e-mail info@tchnetwork.org. Open to everyone.

  • Telluride’s Spring Pop-Up Market on March 16 at the Opera House is accepting vendors. Local and regional small businesses are encouraged to apply. Contact Krista at 708-9029.

  • Tuesday March 5th, join Susie St. Onge for Mindfulness Meditation- Mindful of Technology. At the Wilkinson Library, 5:30pm.

  • Wilkinson Public Library and the Telluride Film Festival present The Trailblazing Women of Documentary Film. The series begins March 4th at 6:00 pm with GHOST FLEET.  Director/Producer Shannon Service will be at the library in person to introduce the film and for a Q & A afterward.

  • KOTO Fundraising continues through March 2nd! Support KOTO by donating to your favorite program or DJ! You can head to koto.org and click the donate button or stop by the KOTO Studio at N. Pine! A $50 donation or more enters you into the daily Siam gift certificate drawing!

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Feb
25
6:00 AM06:00

Monday February 25

Born on this day: GEORGE HARRISON, TOMMY NEWSOM, FARON YOUNG, CHARLOTTE CHURCH, TEA LEONI, AMY BERRY, BILL BLOOM, DYNO WAHL,  BILL GOLDSWORTHY, PAULA CIBERAY, ALICE KRANE,  HUGH SAWYER, EDGAR OBRAND,  DICK CARTER,

At the Nugget:  5:30 & 8:15pm  SPIDER-MAN: INTO THE SPIDER-VERSE     (1h 57min PG)

 

  • Its Fundraising time for KOTO! Head to KOTO.org and click on the donate button or stop by the studio! You can donate to your favorite DJ or program! Thanks for your support, Telluride!

  • Mountainfilm for Locals presents films in the theme of Indomitable Women. At the Wilkinson Library tonight, 6-9pm.

  • Expecting mothers and their partners are invited to join the Primary Care team to learn about prenatal health and caring for newborns, specifically in this region for Mountain Mama 101. Tomorrow, Tuesday, February 26. 5:30p.m. at the Telluride Medical Center. For more information visit tellmed.org.

  • CPR World is offering Wilderness First Aid training February 26-27 and Wilderness First Responder training March 27-31 in Telluride. Please visit cprworld.com for more information.

  • Telluride Gay Ski Week continues through March 2nd.  Head to telluridegayski.com for a complete schedule of events.

  • Telluride’s Spring Pop-Up Market on March 16th at the Opera House is accepting vendors. Local and regional small businesses are encouraged to apply. Contact Krista at 708-9029.

  • Cub Scout Pack 500/Boy Scout Troop 500 will meet Wednesday, February 27th, 3:30 p.m. At the Elks Lodge. Contact Janet Kask at 708-1264 for more information.

  • Friday, Feb. 28th, Tri County Health Network presents “the Dementia Experience,” Experience the world through the eyes of someone with dementia. At the Bridal Veil Conference Room in the Telluride High School, 10am-3pm. For more information, e-mail info@tchnetwork.org. Open to everyone.

  • On March 4th, the Telluride Med Center will offer “stop the bleed,” training. At the Wilkinson Library in the Telluride Room. There will be two classes offered, 12pm or 5:15pm. Trainings are first-come-first-served and are limited to 14 participants per class.

  • The Wilkinson Library will offer a No School Science Project, Tomorrow, 1-2pm.

  • Registration is now open for the 2019 Spring Lacrosse Season. Boys Grades K-8th and Girls Grades 2nd-8th. Please visit https://telluridelacrosse.com. Registration will close March 5th.

  • On Friday, March 1st, join former Telluride resident Rob Wasserman, as he speaks about his journey through addiction and recovery. This is part of the Wilkinson Library’s new series, “Tackling Tough Topics” focusing on the opioid crisis. 5:30pm at the library.

  • Beginning today, the Telluride Historical Museum will be selling bundles of Daffodils. All proceeds will benefit the Telluride Historical Museum and American Cancer Society. You can purchase blooms in advance by going online or calling the museum. Live sales will take place March 11th-15th at various locations around town and Mountain Village. Volunteers are needed to assist with live sales, so if you're interested please call the Museum at (970) 728-3344 or email Kiernan Lannon at kiernan@telluridemuseum.org for more details.

  •  It is with a heavy heart that the entire Telluride Adaptive Sports Program community mourns the loss of longtime volunteer, friend and TASP advocate Michael Ruterbories. Always dear to Michael’s heart was learning, training and endless preparation to be the best possible volunteer.  While the sense of losing a key member permeates the entire TASP and Telluride community, it is the warm memories of Michael's undeniable charisma, impact, and character that we hold most dear.  TASP is honored to accept donations on Michael’s behalf. Should you feel compelled to give in Michael's memory, please do so by visiting tellurideadaptivesports.org. (make note of your dedication to Michael Ruterbories in the “Donation Note” field)

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Feb
24
6:00 AM06:00

Sunday February 24

Birthdays:   SAMMY KERSHAW, JAMES FARENTINO, EDWARD JAMES OLMOS, BILLY ZANE, PAULA ZAHN, KATHLEEN MORGAN, CHARLIE COIT, CARL ENDRESEN, ERIC ANDERSON,  JUSTIN JOBST, KIMBER LEE PURDY,  NITA BARNFIELD, PEPI CULVER, SCOTT SPENCER,  TRACY LYNN STEELE, PAUL RUSSELL,  BOBBY EARL LANDRY,  NANCY BURRIT FRANK,  BRENDA SHORT,  BOB RAINEY,

At the Nugget: 5:30 & 8:15pm  SPIDER-MAN: INTO THE SPIDER-VERSE      (1h 57min PG)

 

  • The Telluride Med Center is offering “stop the bleed training.” At the Wilkinson Library in the Telluride Room, March 4th. Two training opportunities- 12pm or 5:15pm. Trainings are first-come-first-served and limited to 14 participants per class.

  • Expecting mothers and their partners are invited to join the Primary Care team to learn about prenatal health and caring for newborns, specifically in this region for Mountain Mama 101. On Tuesday, February 26, 2019. 5:30p.m. at the Telluride Medical Center. For more information visit tellmed.org.

  • Tickets are available for Telluride Adaptive Sports Programs’ annual Blue Party! This "blue-tie" event is March 8th at the Telluride Conference Center. Head to tellurideaddaptivesports.org for more information and to purchase your ticket.

  • Friday, Feb. 28th, Tri County Health Network presents “the Dementia Experience,” Experience the world through the eyes of someone with dementia. At the Bridal Veil Conference Room in the Telluride High School, 10am-3pm. For more information, e-mail info@tchnetwork.org. Open to everyone.

  • Tickets are available for Telluride Theater’s original theatrical extravaganza, Since I Dreamed. Performances are March 6th-10th  and 14th-17th.   Head to telluridetheater.com for more information.

  • Mountain Village’s Market on the Plaza is now accepting 2019 vendor applications. Visit townofmountainvillage.com/market-vendor for more information and an application form. Deadline is April 1st.

  • Cub Scout Pack 500/Boy Scout Troop 500 will meet Wednesday, February 27th, 3:30 p.m. At the Elks Lodge. Contact Janet Kask at 708-1264 for more information.

  • The Wilkinson Library will offer a No School Science Project, Tuesday Feb. 26th, 1-2pm.

  • Telluride’s Spring Pop-Up Market on March 16th at the Opera House is accepting vendors. Local and regional small businesses are encouraged to apply. Contact Krista at 708-9029.

  • CPR World is offering Wilderness First Aid training February 26-27 and Wilderness First Responder training March 27-31 in Telluride. Please visit cprworld.com for more information.

  • Registration is now open for the 2019 Spring Lacrosse Season. Boys Grades K-8th and Girls Grades 2nd-8th. Please visit https://telluridelacrosse.com. Registration will close March 5th.

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Feb
23
6:00 AM06:00

Saturday February 23

 

Birthdays: PETER FONDA, BOBBY BONILLA, JEANNE BUCK, RALPH FORBES,  ERIC BEERMAN, KRISTEN DAVIS, STAN KIERSZTYN, JOHNNY WINTER

At the Nugget:  5:30 & 8:15pm  SPIDER-MAN: INTO THE SPIDER-VERSE    (1h 57min PG)

 

  • Telluride Gay Ski Week Kicks off today! Head to telluridegayski.com for a complete schedule of events. Festivities take place through March 2nd.

  • Join the Palm in their presentation of 2019 Oscar nominated short films. Today, at 4:00 P.M. Animated and Documentaries will be featured.

  •  Monday, Feb. 25th, Mountainfilm for Locals presents films in the theme of Indomitable Women. At the Wilkinson Library, 6-9pm.

  • Expecting mothers and their partners are invited to join the Primary Care team to learn about prenatal health and caring for newborns, specifically in this region for Mountain Mama 101. On Tuesday, February 26, 2019. 5:30p.m. at the Telluride Medical Center. For more information visit tellmed.org.

  • Tickets are available for Telluride Adaptive Sports Programs’ annual Blue Party! This "blue-tie" event is March 8th at the Telluride Conference Center. Head to tellurideaddaptivesports.org for more information and to purchase your ticket.

  • Friday, Feb. 28th, Tri County Health Network presents “the Dementia Experience,” Experience the world through the eyes of someone with dementia. At the Bridal Veil Conference Room in the Telluride High School, 10am-3pm. For more information, e-mail info@tchnetwork.org. Open to everyone.

  • On March 4th, the Telluride Med Center will offer “stop the bleed,” training. At the Wilkinson Library in the Telluride Room. There will be two classes offered, 12pm or 5:15pm. Trainings are first-come-first-served and are limited to 14 participants per class.

  • Cub Scout Pack 500/Boy Scout Troop 500 will meet Wednesday, February 27th, 3:30 p.m. At the Elks Lodge. Contact Janet Kask at 708-1264 for more information.

  • Telluride’s Spring Pop-Up Market on March 16 at the Opera House is accepting vendors. Local and regional small businesses are encouraged to apply. Contact Krista at 708-9029.

  • The Wilkinson Library will offer a No School Science Project, Tuesday Feb. 26th, 1-2pm.

  • Registration is now open for the 2019 Spring Lacrosse Season. Boys Grades K-8th and Girls Grades 2nd-8th. Please visit https://telluridelacrosse.com. Registration will close March 5th.

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Feb
22
6:00 AM06:00

Friday February 22

Birthdays:  GEORGE WASHINGTON, TED KENNEDY, DREW BARRYMORE, JULIUS ERVING, SPARKY ANDERSON,  MICHAEL CHANG, JONATHAN DEMME, GENE BRADLEY, GLEN STECKLER, KAREN HADDY, LISA ROSS, PHILLIP TUCKER, RICH ESTES, JAMES BLUNT

At the Nugget:  5:30 & 8:15pm  SPIDER-MAN: INTO THE SPIDER-VERSE  (1h 57min PG)

 

  • KOTO Radio has a new studio at Norwood High School! Tune in every Friday at noon to hear "The Lunch Break," featuring students in Mr. L's class.

  • Registration is open for the 2019 Tellurando Ski Mountaineering Race, Saturday, Feb. 23rd. PRO/OPEN Race starts at 5:30 AM in front of Jagged Edge Mountain Sports. REC/Individual Race starts at 7:30 AM at the bottom of COMP Hill in Mountain Village. For more information and to register visit www.cosmicski.com/event/tellurando. Volunteers are needed as well. Stop into Jagged Edge for more information.

  • Euforquestra (yoof-orchestra) performs tonight at the Liberty, 10pm.

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

  • Ho Fun Deluxe with Beatrixx Kiddo, performs tonight at the Moon at O’Bannons, 9pm.

  • Telluride’s Spring Pop-Up Market on March 16th at the Opera House is accepting vendors. Local and regional small businesses are encouraged to apply. Contact Krista at 708-9029.

  • Telluride Gay Ski Week Kicks off Saturday, Feb 23rd. The celebrations continue through March2nd. For a complete schedule of events head to telluridegayski.com.

  • Friends of the San Juans and Protect Our Winters will screen “Ode to Muir,” tonight at the Enterprise Bar in Rico, 7pm. Tomorrow, they will host a splitboard demo day on Lizard Head Pass. Meet at 9am.

  • Cub Scout Pack 500/Boy Scout Troop 500 will meet Wednesday, February 27th, 3:30 p.m. At the Elks Lodge. Contact Janet Kask at 708-1264 for more information.

  • Expecting mothers and their partners are invited to join the Primary Care team to learn about prenatal health and caring for newborns, specifically in this region for Mountain Mama 101. On Tuesday, February 26, 2019. 5:30p.m. at the Telluride Medical Center. For more information visit tellmed.org.

  • Tickets are available for Telluride Adaptive Sports Programs’ annual Blue Party! This "blue-tie" event is March 8th at the Telluride Conference Center. Head to tellurideaddaptivesports.org for more information and to purchase your ticket.

  • Monday, Feb. 25th, Mountainfilm for Locals presents films in the theme of Indomitable Women. At the Wilkinson Library, 6-9pm.

  • CPR World is offering Wilderness First Aid training February 26-27 and Wilderness First Responder training March 27-31 in Telluride. Please visit cprworld.com for more information.

  • Friday, Feb. 28th, Tri County Health Network presents “the Dementia Experience,” Experience the world through the eyes of someone with dementia. At the Bridal Veil Conference Room in the Telluride High School, 10am-3pm. For more information, e-mail info@tchnetwork.org. Open to everyone.

  • Join the Palm in their presentation of 2019 Oscar nominated short films. On Saturday, February 23rd at 4:00 P.M. Animated and Documentaries will be featured.

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Feb
21
6:00 AM06:00

Thursday February 21

Born on this Day: ERMA BOMBECK, TYNE DALY, RUE McCLANAHAN, MARY CHAPIN CARPENTER,  JENNIFER LOVE HEWITT, DAVID GEFFEN, BOB ST. ONGE, DANNY DeSANTIS,  JAMES STACK, JERRY ARCHIBOLD, KATHRYN HOLLAND,  PAM HALL, LARRY WOODDELL,  CHARLOTTE CHURCH, KELSY GRAMMER

At the Nugget:  6:15   TFF Presents ARCTIC   (1h 37min PG-13)

                            8:15     GLASS   (2h 1min PG-13)

 

  • KOTO’s 2019 Winter Fundraising kicks off tomorrow! Join us for BOARD GAMES. Past and present board members of KOTO will take to the airwaves to pass go, collect $200 and deposit into the community chest- KOTO RADIO. Friday evening KOTO, The Wilkinson Public Library and the Ride Festival will host a free screening of Widespread Panic, The Earth Will Swallow You, 6pm in the program room. Join us as we kick off our Fundraising for 2019!

  • The Infamous Stringdusters’ performance has been canceled tonight.

  • Registration is open for the 2019 Tellurando Ski Mountaineering Race, Saturday, Feb. 23rd. PRO/OPEN Race starts at 5:30 AM in front of Jagged Edge Mountain Sports. REC/Individual Race starts at 7:30 AM at the bottom of COMP Hill in Mountain Village. For more information and to register visit www.cosmicski.com/event/tellurando. Volunteers are needed as well. Stop into Jagged Edge for more information.

  • The Ah Haa is offering KIDS' NIGHT OUT tonight and every Thursday from 5:30-8 pm through the ski season. Sign up by calling (970) 728-3886.

  • Expecting mothers and their partners are invited to join the Primary Care team to learn about prenatal health and caring for newborns, specifically in this region for Mountain Mama 101. On Tuesday, February 26, 2019. 5:30p.m. at the Telluride Medical Center. For more information visit tellmed.org.

  • Practice your Spanish Speaking Skills at the Library’s Spanish Happy hour at Esperanza’s. Tonight, 5-6pm. All levels are welcome to attend.

  • Join the Colorado Mountain Club for the 2019 Backcountry Film Festival in Telluride! Tonight at the Wilkinson Library, 6pm.

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

  • On Saturday, Feb. 23rd, Friends of the San Juans and Protect Our Winters will host a splitboard Demo Day on Lizard Head Pass. Meet at 9am.

  • Celebrate George Washington's Most Punk Rock Birthday ever with local punk rock band, Ho Fun DeLuxe. Psychedelic spinstress Beatrixxx KIDDO performs before and after, at The Moon at O'Bannons. 9pm, Friday, Feb. 22nd. Don't miss an in-studio performance at KOTO for Guest DJ Day, 3pm on Friday.

  • Tickets are available for Telluride Adaptive Sports Programs’ annual Blue Party! This "blue-tie" event is March 8th at the Telluride Conference Center. Head to tellurideaddaptivesports.org for more information and to purchase your ticket.

  • The Telluride Aids Benefit Student Fashion Show is tonight, 6pm at the Palm Theater.

  • Monday, Feb. 25th, Mountainfilm for Locals presents films in the theme of Indomitable Women. At the Wilkinson Library, 6-9pm.

  • CPR World is offering Wilderness First Aid training February 26-27 and Wilderness First Responder training March 27-31 in Telluride. Please visit cprworld.com for more information.

  • Join the Palm in their presentation of 2019 Oscar nominated short films. On Saturday, February 23rd at 4:00 P.M. Animated and Documentaries will be featured.

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