Sep
15
6:00 AM06:00

Sunday September 15

Birthdays:  PRINCE HENRY, OLIVER STONE, DAN MARINO, TOMMY LEE JONES, JOHN FRAY, EMILY HASSLER, BARB PUFF, DARREN ROSE, SHARON SMART, YVONNE MOSSER, ERIC JOHNSON, KAREN KOJKER,  DONNA VOLK, DORA PADILLA, BRENDA CROKE, SHARON SHUTERAN, GINGER RHODES, DARA ZALL, MICK DUNDEE,

At the Nugget:   7:00pm  GOOD BOYS (1 hr 30 min   R)

 

  • KOTO’s live broadcast of the 26th Annual Telluride Blues and Brews Festival continues today. Regular programming will resume Monday, September 16th. Thank you!

  • The Town of Telluride is asking the public to be aware of Monsoonal Flooding of Cornet Creek. Keep an eye on the creek and how it is flowing. Prolonged wet weather and localized heavy rainfall can trigger debris flow and flooding. If there is a flooding event, shelter in place on a second floor if possible. You can sign-up for CodeRED emergency notifications at www.sanmigulcountyco.gov

  • Registration is open for the Mountains to Desert bike ride- an annual fundraiser for  the Just for Kids Foundation. The race takes place on September 21st, Telluride to Gateway (100 mile) bike ride with option to start in Norwood (72 miles). To learn more & register visit www.justforkidsfoundation.org/sign-up-to-ride

  • The Telluride Choral Society invites you to join them for Wintersing 2019, “Light of the Season!” Student choirs will begin to meet Monday September 30th and Tuesday, October 1st.  The adult Chorale, for all singers, starts Wednesday, Oct. 2nd. Performances will take place in mid-December. To register and get more information please call Rhonda at 970.729.0082 or go to telluridechoralsociety.org.

  • Telluride Arts is accepting submissions through Tuesday, September 17 for their unique community exhibit, "An Exhibition of Broken/Mended Parts" on display October - November 2019 at the Telluride Arts HQ Gallery. Email full-sized x-ray files and the name to be credited to molly@telluridearts.org, along with any accompanying writings or artifacts. Entries can be anonymous, if preferred. This is free and open to anyone of any age.

  • Please join Sheep Mountain Alliance and local band Birds of Play for a fall Valley Floor CleanSUP on Monday, September 16th, from 12-4 pm.  Please sign up on the Sheep Mountain Alliance Facebook page.  At this FREE event, we will float down the river where we can, and walk the waterway as needed in order to gather trash and invasive weeds.  Please wear good footwear, and bring water, layers, rain and sunwear, and work gloves.

  • The second Original Thinkers festival is this October 3-6. They are looking for volunteers to donate 8 hours of their time in exchange for a weekend pass. Jobs include: Hospitality, Theatre Staff/Operations, Special Events, Food Service, Bartending, Office Support, Rigging/Set-up. Interested participants can submit their availability online at: originalthinkers.com/be-a-volunteer. Tickets are also still available for purchase online originalthinkers.com

  • Talking Gourds Poetry Club will meet Tuesday, September 17th at 6:00 pm @ Telluride Arts HQ. The first autumn Poetry Club features Mary Oishi. Oishi is a Japanese American poet and public radio professional who was raised by the KKK. Her poems have appeared in numerous anthologies, poetry journals, newspapers, and digital publications. Everyone is welcome!

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Sep
14
6:00 AM06:00

Saturday September 14

Birthdays: CLAYTON MOORE, JOEY HEATHERTON, ELIOT BROWN, SARAH PHIPPS, GRAHAM ACKARD, DEBBY BAGSBY,  DEB CREAMCHEESE SISTERS GILMOUR,  ROBIN MACHADO, PAUL PERSONS, LAURA ANDERSON, RUTHANN ELSKES,  RICKY YANKO, BRANDON WHITAKER,  MARGARET  SANGER,  FAITH FORD, SAM MEILL,

At the Nugget:    7:00pm  GOOD BOYS (1 hr 30 min   R)

 

  • KOTO’s live broadcast of the 26th Annual Telluride Blues and Brews Festival continues today and tomorrow. Regular programming will resume Monday, September 16th. Thank you!  

  • The Town of Telluride’s Commission for Community Assistance, Arts and Special Events (CCAASE), is accepting applications for 2020 funding. Grant guidelines and applications are available at https://telluride.gosmart.org/. All grant applications are due by midnight, September 23rd.

  • The Foreign Exchange Open House at the Wilkinson Library is Thursday, September 19 at 6 p.m.  Local students who have spent a year abroad with Rotary and AFS as well as an inbound student from Brazil will be present to share their experiences, answer questions, and get you excited about spending a year abroad.  Parents and students in Middle and High School should plan to attend to get information and learn about the application process.  Deadlines are near.

  • Please join Sheep Mountain Alliance and local band Birds of Play for a fall Valley Floor CleanSUP on Monday, September 16th, from 12-4 pm.  Please sign up on the Sheep Mountain Alliance Facebook page.  At this FREE event, we will float down the river where we can, and walk the waterway as needed in order to gather trash and invasive weeds.  Please wear good footwear, and bring water, layers, rain and sunwear, and work gloves.

  • The Wilkinson Library will host Author Josh Aho as he presents "Climbing Colorado's 14ers With Sawyer." Sunday, September 28th. There will be a book signing at 3pm and a presentation 3:30-4:30pm on hiking and climbing, equipment demonstration and nurturing the climbing spirit with your dog.

  • Registration is open for the Mountains to Desert bike ride- an annual fundraiser for  the Just for Kids Foundation. The race takes place on September 21st, Telluride to Gateway (100 mile) bike ride with option to start in Norwood (72 miles). To learn more & register visit www.justforkidsfoundation.org/sign-up-to-ride

  • Talking Gourds Poetry Club will meet Tuesday, September 17th at 6:00 pm @ Telluride Arts HQ. The first autumn Poetry Club features Mary Oishi. Oishi is a Japanese American poet and public radio professional who was raised by the KKK. Her poems have appeared in numerous anthologies, poetry journals, newspapers, and digital publications. Everyone is welcome!

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Sep
13
6:00 AM06:00

Friday September 13

 

Birthdays: PETER CETERA, JACQUILINE BISSET, NELL CARTER, BILL MONROE, MEL TORME, ARNIE FRIEMAN, JOHN JETT, KAREN LAMB,  KIM RISNER, KELLY TOMPKINS, MICHAEL VILAGOS, JAY GOODWIN, KEVIN McCARTHY, CAMILLE FARRELL, JANET BRIGGS, BECKY WRIGHT, LEO McNAMARA, LAURIE FIGEL, WALTER REED, KARA ALEXANDER

At the Nugget:    7:00pm  GOOD BOYS (1 hr 30 min   R)

 

  • Beginning today, KOTO will broadcast the 26th Annual Telluride Blues and Brews Festival. Regular programming will resume Monday, September 16th. Thank you!

  • Registration is now open for "Presentation & Performance," a 2-day intensive with writer Craig Childs and actor and theater teacher Colin Sullivan at Million Miles Away Writing Workshops & Retreats in Norwood on September 28th and 29th. For more information, check the Million Miles Away Facebook page or shoot an email to millionmilesawaynorwood@gmail.com.

  • The Telluride Choral Society invites you to join them for Wintersing 2019, “Light of the Season!” Student choirs will begin to meet Monday September 30th and Tuesday, October 1st.  The adult Chorale, for all singers, starts Wednesday, Oct. 2nd. Performances will take place in mid-December. To register and get more information please call Rhonda at 970.729.0082 or go to telluridechoralsociety.org.

  • Telluride Dance Collective’s Mass Movement Show takes place at the Palm Theater Wednesday, September 18th, and Thursday September 19th, 7:30pm. To buy tickets, head to telluridepalm.com.

  • Be sure to stop in and browse the Rock and Roll Photo Party at the Last Dollar Saloon, Saturday September 14th. Photographer, G. Douglas Seitsinger will be there, noon-7pm, displaying vintage photographs of rock and roll and blues musicians. More information available at eyebombphotography.com.

  • The second Original Thinkers festival is this October 3-6. We are looking for volunteers to donate 8 hours of their time in exchange for a weekend pass. Jobs include: Hospitality, Theatre Staff/Operations, Special Events, Food Service, Bartending, Office Support, Rigging/Set-up. Interested participants can submit their availability online at: originalthinkers.com/be-a-volunteer. Tickets are also still available for purchase online originalthinkers.com

  • The 10th Annual BRAvo Auction, benefitting the San Miguel Resource Center and Bosom Buddies, is Thursday October 10th 7:30 pm at the Sheridan Bar. Stop by the Ah Haa School to pick up a bra to decorate. Deadline for bra submission is October 2nd.

  • Talking Gourds Poetry Club will meet Tuesday, September 17th at 6:00 pm @ Telluride Arts HQ. The first autumn Poetry Club features Mary Oishi. Oishi is a Japanese American poet and public radio professional who was raised by the KKK. Her poems have appeared in numerous anthologies, poetry journals, newspapers, and digital publications. Everyone is welcome!

  • September is Suicide Prevention Month. The Wilkinson Library will host a free screening of The S Word, a documentary about suicide and the silence that surrounds it, Monday, September 23rd, 6pm. Other Suicide Prevention Month Events include a SAFEtalk Suicide Prevention Training at Norwood Public Library, Monday, Sept. 16th 6-9pm and September 17th, 11am-2pm at the Ah Haa School  - sign up at https://tchnetwork.org/eventreg/. On Tuesday, Sept. 24th The S Word will screen at the Norwood Public Library, 6-8pm. On Sunday, September 29 join the community for the Out of the Darkness Suicide Prevention Walk. Meet in Telluride Town Park at 9:00am.

  • Please join Sheep Mountain Alliance and local band Birds of Play for a fall Valley Floor CleanSUP on Monday, September 16th, from 12-4 pm.  Please sign up on the Sheep Mountain Alliance Facebook page.  At this FREE event, we will float down the river where we can, and walk the waterway as needed in order to gather trash and invasive weeds.  Please wear good footwear, and bring water, layers, rain and sunwear, and work gloves.

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Sep
12
6:00 AM06:00

Thursday September 12

Birthdays: JOAN ANDERSON, GEORGE JONES, MARIA MULDAUR, BARRY WHITE, TERRY BRADSHAW, DENISE WEAVER, JENNIFER LIMON, SAM MOORE, BEE HUY NGO, STEVEN PARKINSON, COURTNEY FRANSEN, JESSE OWENS,

At the Nugget:  7:00pm  THE LION KING (1 hr 58 min PG)

 

  • The KOTO Citizens Advisory Board will meet tonight at 5pm in the lobby of Hotel Telluride.  CAB is looking to increase our active membership and we would love for you to join us. CAB is made up of KOTO listeners and meets four times a year to talk about various aspects of KOTO programming. The powers of CAB are to: (1) discuss and make recommendations to the program director, regarding past, current and future programming; (2) review, discuss and make specific recommendations regarding programming policy to the San Miguel Educational Fund (SMEF/KOTO) board; and (3) develop and make programming awards. To see what CAB membership is all about, please join us at our next meeting, tonight at 5:00 PM, at The Telluride Hotel. In the meanwhile, if you would like more information please see www.koto.org/citizens-advisory-board, or contact Ben Kerr at ben@koto.org.

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

  • Talking Gourds Poetry Club will meet Tuesday, September 17th at 6:00 pm @ Telluride Arts HQ. The first autumn Poetry Club features Mary Oishi. Oishi is a Japanese American poet and public radio professional who was raised by the KKK. Her poems have appeared in numerous anthologies, poetry journals, newspapers, and digital publications. Everyone is welcome!

  • The second Original Thinkers festival is this October 3-6. We are looking for volunteers to donate 8 hours of their time in exchange for a weekend pass. Jobs include: Hospitality, Theatre Staff/Operations, Special Events, Food Service, Bartending, Office Support, Rigging/Set-up. Interested participants can submit their availability online at: originalthinkers.com/be-a-volunteer. Tickets are also still available for purchase online originalthinkers.com

  • Telluride Dance Collective’s Mass Movement Show takes place at the Palm Theater Wednesday, September 18th, and Thursday September 19th, 7:30pm. To buy tickets, head to telluridepalm.com.

  • Be sure to stop in and browse the Rock and Roll Photo Party at the Last Dollar Saloon, Saturday September 14th. Photographer, G. Douglas Seitsinger will be there, noon-7pm, displaying vintage photographs of rock and roll and blues musicians. More information available at eyebombphotography.com.

  • Please join Sheep Mountain Alliance and local band Birds of Play for a fall Valley Floor CleanSUP on Monday, September 16th, from 12-4 pm.  Please sign up on the Sheep Mountain Alliance Facebook page.  At this FREE event, we will float down the river where we can, and walk the waterway as needed in order to gather trash and invasive weeds.  Please wear good footwear, and bring water, layers, rain and sunwear, and work gloves.

  • The Telluride Blues and Brews Festival kicks off tonight with Ida Mae and Southern Avenue performing in the Sunset Plaza in Mountain Village, 5-7pm. KOTO will be broadcasting the festival beginning tomorrow at 11am. Regular radio programming will resume on Monday, September 16th. Thank you!

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Sep
11
6:00 AM06:00

Wednesday September 11

Born on this day: TOM LANDRY, HARRY CONNICK, JR., LOLA FALANA, ELLIS BURKS, BRIAN DePALMA, PATRICIA ABURDENE, and AIDAN KASK BORN SEPT. 11 2001 IN N.Y. TOM BONFIETTI, LINDA LYON, JEB BERRIER, ROBERT BONNER, JACK CAREY, JOYCE KIMBALL, ALLAN SAINT, DAVID SIMONS, PAM BASKETT, KATHERINE DEFRANCESCO, JAKE BEDFORD

At the Nugget: 7:00pm  THE LION KING (1 hr 58 min PG)

 

  • W Pacific Ave will be closed between S Fir and the library alley all day today for construction-related activity.

  • Registration is open for the Mountains to Desert bike ride- an annual fundraiser for the Just for Kids Foundation. The race takes place on September 21st, Telluride to Gateway (100 mile) bike ride with option to start in Norwood (72 miles). To learn more & register visit www.justforkidsfoundation.org/sign-up-to-ride

  • The Telluride Mountain Club’s Summer Sessions: Intro to Mountain Running takes place today, 5:30pm in Town Park. Join us to learn what mountain running is all about and how it differs from road and trail running. 5:30 – 6:00 pm will cover the basics followed  by a quick Q&A, then an uphill and downhill running technique overview on Bear Creek Trail.

  • Telluride Adaptive Sports Program’s 21st Annual Bob Miller Memorial Golf Classic takes place Thursday, September 12th. Register and find out more at tellurideadaptivesports.org.

  • Free legal help at the library will be available today, 2-5pm. Sign up is required. Call 970-728-4519 to sign up for a 15 minute appointment.

  • Telluride Arts is accepting submissions through Tuesday, September 17 for their unique community exhibit, "An Exhibition of Broken/Mended Parts" on display October - November 2019 at the Telluride Arts HQ Gallery. Email full-sized x-ray files and the name to be credited to molly@telluridearts.org, along with any accompanying writings or artifacts. Entries can be anonymous, if preferred. This is free and open to anyone of any age.

  • Join the Buffalo Field Campaign at the Wilkinson Library tonight at 6pm, for a night of activism with music, storytelling and videos. The Buffalo Filed Campaign have spent 22 years raising awareness of the plight of the wild buffalo. Find out more at buffalofieldcampaign.org.

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

  • Friends of the Wilkinson Library Book Sale will take place September 20th-22nd, 10am – 6pm. On the 19th is the pre-sale for members and volunteers, 4-6:00 PM.

  • September is Suicide Prevention Month. The Wilkinson Library will host a free screening of The S Word, a documentary about suicide and the silence that surrounds it, Monday, September 23rd, 6pm. Other Suicide Prevention Month Events include a SAFEtalk Suicide Prevention Training at Norwood Public Library, Monday, Sept. 16th 6-9pm and September 17th, 11am-2pm at the Ah Haa School  - sign up at https://tchnetwork.org/eventreg/. On Tuesday, Sept. 24th The S Word will screen at the Norwood Public Library, 6-8pm. On Sunday, September 29 join the community for the Out of the Darkness Suicide Prevention Walk. Meet in Telluride Town Park at 9:00am.

  • Talking Gourds Poetry Club will meet Tuesday, September 17th at 6:00 pm @ Telluride Arts HQ. The first autumn Poetry Club features Mary Oishi. Oishi is a Japanese American poet and public radio professional who was raised by the KKK. Her poems have appeared in numerous anthologies, poetry journals, newspapers, and digital publications. Everyone is welcome!

  • The  KOTO Citizens Advisory Board will meet Thursday September 12th at 5pm in the lobby of Hotel Telluride.  The board meets quarterly to discuss programming on KOTO. The public is welcome.

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Sep
10
6:00 AM06:00

Tuesday September 10

 

Born on this day: JIM BAMBRICK, JOHN BELLIS, JEFF SCHULTZ, SUSAN KELLEY, BILL KINGSFORD, CHARLIE FLOWERS, GIANA ECKHARDT,  SUZANNE ECHANTE,  ARNOLD PALMER, AMY IRVING, JOSE FELICIANO, CHARLES KURALT, ANITA HAWVER, PAM SAPIO, FAY WRAY,  COLIN FIRTH,

At the Nugget:  7:00pm  THE LION KING (1 hr 58 min PG)

 

  • Between the Covers Bookstore and Music Maker Relief Foundation present 2 chances to meet southern photographer Timothy Duffy at book signings for Tim's photography book "Blue Muse."  Book signings will take place at the bookstore on Wednesday, September 11th, at 4pm, and at the Music Maker tent at Blues & Brews on Saturday, September 14th, also at 4pm. Blues musician Alabama Slim will be present at the Saturday signing.

  • Telluride Adaptive Sports Program’s 21st Annual Bob Miller Memorial Golf Classic takes place Thursday, September 12th. Register and find out more at tellurideadaptivesports.org.

  • The Town of Telluride’s Commission for Community Assistance, Arts and Special Events (CCAASE), is accepting applications for 2020 funding. Grant guidelines and applications are available at https://telluride.gosmart.org/. All grant applications are due by midnight, September 23rd.

  • The Wilkinson Library will host Author Josh Aho as he presents "Climbing Colorado's 14ers With Sawyer." Sunday, September 28th. There will be a book signing at 3pm and a presentation 3:30-4:30pm on hiking and climbing, equipment demonstration and nurturing the climbing spirit with your dog.

  • The 10th Annual BRAvo Auction, benefitting the San Miguel Resource Center and Bosom Buddies, is Thursday October 10th 7:30 pm at the Sheridan Bar. Stop by the Ah Haa School to pick up a bra to decorate. Deadline for bra submission is October 2nd.

  • Telluride Dance Collective’s Mass Movement Show takes place at the Palm Theater Wednesday, September 18th, and Thursday September 19th, 7:30pm. To buy tickets, head to telluridepalm.com.

  • Be sure to stop in and browse the Rock and Roll Photo Party at the Last Dollar Saloon, Saturday September 14th. Photographer, G. Douglas Seitsinger will be there, noon-7pm, displaying vintage photographs of rock and roll and blues musicians. More information available at eyebombphotography.com.

  • Join the Buffalo Field Campaign at the Wilkinson Library tomorrow, September 11th,6pm, for a night of activism with music, storytelling and videos. The Buffalo Filed Campaign have spent 22 years raising awareness of the plight of the wild buffalo. Find out more at buffalofieldcampaign.org.

  • Free legal help at the library will be available Wednesday, September 11th, 2-5pm. Sign up is required. Call 970-728-4519 to sign up for a 15 minute appointment.

  • The Telluride Mountain Club’s Summer Sessions: Intro to Mountain Running takes place tomorrow, 5:30pm in Town Park. Join us to learn what mountain running is all about and how it differs from road and trail running. 5:30 – 6:00 pm covering the basics, quick Q&A, then head to Bear Creek Trail for an uphill and downhill running technique overview.

  • W Pacific Ave will be closed between S Fir and the library alley all day Wednesday, September 11, for construction-related activity.

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Sep
9
6:00 AM06:00

Monday September 9

Born on this day: MICHAEL KEATON, CLIFF ROBERTSON, JOE THEISMANN, BILLY PRESTON,  THOMAS SMITH, SHANNON EDGE, MARCIA MILLAR, LEO MILLER, ALICE ROGERS, ADAM SANDLER, HUGH GRANT, OTIS REDDING, KRISTY McNICHOL, MEG SCHMIDT, SUZETTE OWEN, MICHELLE MORRIS,

At the Nugget:   7:00  THE LION KING 1 hr 58 min PG

 

  • Own a piece of history! KOTO is auctioning a one-of-a-kind guitar, crafted from a piece of the original Fred Shellman Memorial Stage. The KOTOcaster is a semi hollow body, single pickup electric guitar, made from 30-year-old historic pine. Call the KOTO office at 970-728-4334 or email heidi@koto.org to place your bid and support your favorite radio station. For more information on the guitar, call Tom and Warren at Telluride Music Company at 970-728-9592. The auction ends September 15th! The current bid is at $1,500.

  • Telluride Arts is accepting submissions through Tuesday, September 17 for their unique community exhibit, "An Exhibition of Broken/Mended Parts" on display October - November 2019 at the Telluride Arts HQ Gallery. Email full-sized x-ray files and the name to be credited to molly@telluridearts.org, along with any accompanying writings or artifacts. Entries can be anonymous, if preferred. This is free and open to anyone of any age.

  • There are two final site walks for the housing lottery developments. There will be a tour of the Silver Jack building at 5pm on today, September 9th, meet in front of the library. A tour of the Longwill 16 will be at 5pm on Tuesday September 10th, meet at the site. For more information go to smrha.org.

  • Join the Buffalo Field Campaign at the Wilkinson Library on Wednesday, September 11th,6pm, for a night of activism with music, storytelling and videos. The Buffalo Filed Campaign have spent 22 years raising awareness of the plight of the wild buffalo. Find out more at buffalofieldcampaign.org.

  • Free legal help at the library will be available Wednesday, September 11th, 2-5pm. Sign up is required. Call 970-728-4519 to sign up for a 15 minute appointment.

  • Registration is now open for "Presentation & Performance," a 2-day intensive with writer Craig Childs and actor and theater teacher Colin Sullivan at Million Miles Away Writing Workshops & Retreats in Norwood on September 28th and 29th. For more information, check the Million Miles Away Facebook page or shoot an email to millionmilesawaynorwood@gmail.com.

  • Friends of the Wilkinson Library Book Sale will take place September 20th-22nd, 10am – 6pm. On the 19th is the pre-sale for members and volunteers, 4-6:00 PM.

  • The Telluride Mountain Club’s Summer Sessions: Intro to Mountain Running takes place Wednesday, September 11 at 5:30 pm in Telluride Town Park. Join us to learn what mountain running is all about and how it differs from road and trail running. 5:30 – 6:00 pm covering the basics, quick Q&A, then head to Bear Creek Trail for an uphill and downhill running technique overview.

  • The Telluride Choral Society invites you to join them for Wintersing 2019, “Light of the Season!” Student choirs will begin to meet Monday September 30th and Tuesday, October 1st.  The adult Chorale, for all singers, starts Wednesday, Oct. 2nd. Performances will take place in mid-December. To register and get more information please call Rhonda at 970.729.0082 or go to telluridechoralsociety.org.

  • Strong Start Strong Community invite the public to join them for a community discussion on the challenges of infant care. Tonight, 6pm-8pm at the Ah Haa School. Dinner, Spanish Translation and Childcare will be provided. Please RSVP to Mara MacDonell at 728-5613 or coordinator@strongstartstrongcommunity.org

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Sep
7
6:00 AM06:00

Saturday September 7

Birthdays: CORBIN BERNSEN, GLORIA GAYNOR, KAREN CLARK, CATHERINE FRIEDMAN, MIKE McTIGUE, LINDA MILLER, PETER TIGUE, FRANK MARTINEZ, CHRISSIE HYNDE,  RICHARD ROUNDTREE, BUDDY HOLLY,

At the Nugget:  5:00pm & 7:30pm  THE LION KING (1 hr 58 min PG)

  • KOTO’s 3rd Annual Street Dance is today! On E. Colorado Ave, between Willow and Alder. Featuring Futurebirds from Athens, GA and Telluride’s own Lavalanche! 4-8pm. Drinks food and fun! All Imogene Pass Run participants are entitled to a free beer with their race bib.

  • Join Telluride High School students for their Play in 48hrs performance of “The Redemption of Gertie Greene.” At the Palm Theater, tomorrow, 5pm.

  • Registration is now open for "Presentation & Performance," a 2-day intensive with writer Craig Childs and actor and theater teacher Colin Sullivan at Million Miles Away Writing Workshops & Retreats in Norwood on September 28th and 29th. For more information, check the Million Miles Away Facebook page or shoot an email to millionmilesawaynorwood@gmail.com.

  • Dwayne Dopsie and the Zydeco Hellraisers perform tonight at the Sheridan Opera House. 9pm.

  • Strong Start Strong Community invite the public to join them for a community discussion on the challenges of infant care. Monday, September 9th, 6pm-8pm at the Ah Haa School. Dinner, Spanish Translation and Childcare will be provided. Please RSVP to Mara MacDonell at 728-5613 or coordinator@strongstartstrongcommunity.org

  • CSU Extension classes are offering a class/field day on Native Fruit and Nuts. September 9th and 10th. Register by calling 970.327.4393

  • Free legal help at the library will be available Wednesday, September 11th, 2-5pm. Sign up is required. Call 970-728-4519 to sign up for a 15 minute appointment.

  • There will be a Yard Sale today, 8am-4:20pm, at Erney Brier’s home Down Valley- 268 Trunk Rd. (on Hwy. 145 btw. mm81 and mm82- there will be signs and balloons). All proceeds from the sale will be donated to Angel Baskets.

  • Join the Buffalo Field Campaign at the Wilkinson Library on Wednesday, September 11th,6pm, for a night of activism with music, storytelling and videos. The Buffalo Filed Campaign have spent 22 years raising awareness of the plight of the wild buffalo. Find out more at buffalofieldcampaign.org.

  • Mountain Village Green Team Committee Applications are due Wednesday, September 11th, 5pm. Submit a letter of intent and resume to mvclerk@mtnvillage.org.

  • Rocky Mountain Natural Gas will begin maintenance repairs on existing 6-inch natural gas pipeline along the portion of the Galloping Goose Trail located on Lawson Hills Open Space Lands between the San Miguel River and the Lawson Hill PUD. Rock mitigation work is scheduled to start September 2 with the pipeline replacement work starting immediately after. Work will be conducted between 7:00 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. For safety reasons, this portion of the GGT will be closed to general public use until repairs are completed, on or before October 4th. Public comments and questions should be directed to Donald Green with Black Hills Energy at (970) 618-1521 or Donald.Green@blackhillscorp.com

  • There are two final site walks for the housing lottery developments. There will be a tour of the Silver Jack building at 5pm on Monday September 9th, meet in front of the library. A tour of the Longwill 16 will be at 5pm on Tuesday September 10th, meet at the site. For more information go to smrha.org.

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Sep
6
6:00 AM06:00

Friday September 6

Birthdays:  JANE CURTAIN, DAVID ALLEN COE, JO ANN WORLEY, DIANE LYONS BAMBRICK, ERIC KOELER,  ROBERT WEATHERFORD, THOMAS ORTIZ, PETREA HONYCHURCH, SWOOZIE KURTZ,  FOXY BROWN,  MACY GRAY,  ROSIE PEREZ, ELIZABETH VARGAS,

At the Nugget:   5:00pm & 7:30pm  THE LION KING (1 hr 58 min PG)

 

  • Music on the Green presents Ruby at the Reflection Plaza, tonight, 5-7pm.

  • The Imogene Pass Run takes place tomorrow. The road will be closed for the race.

  • Dwayne Dopsie and the Zydeco Hellraisers perform tomorrow night at the Sheridan Opera House. 9pm.

  • Join Telluride High School students for their Play in 48hrs performance of “The Redemption of Gertie Greene.” At the Palm Theater, Sunday September 8th. 5pm.

  • KOTO’s Fall Fundraising ends today! Thank you to everyone that donated! We will be hosting a vinyl sale in our driveway today, with everything priced to sell! Stop by the purple house on pine. We’ll have the grill going, beers chilling and tunes spinning. 10am-5pm.

  • KOTO’s 3rd Annual Street Dance is tomorrow! Featuring Futurebirds from Athens, GA and Telluride’s own Lavalanche! All Imogene Pass Run participants are entitled to a free beer with their race bib. 4-8pm. We need volunteers to make this event a success! Head to koto.org to see available shifts and sign-up! All volunteers will get 2 free drinks!

  • The Telluride Historical Museum and the Lone Tree Cemetery will co-host Remembrance Day, today at the cemetery, 4-6pm. Local historians will be on-hand to tell the stories of the people who are laid to rest there. Donations will be accepted at the Colorado Ave entrance or the east gate at Columbia Ave.  

  • CSU Extension classes are offering a class/field day on Native Fruit and Nuts. September 9th and 10th. Register by calling 970.327.4393

  • Strong Start, Strong Community invites the public to join them for a community discussion on the challenges of infant care. Monday, September 9th, 6pm-8pm at the Ah Haa School. Dinner, Spanish Translation and Childcare will be provided. Please RSVP to Mara MacDonell at 728-5613 or coordinator@strongstartstrongcommunity.org

  • There will be a Yard Sale this Saturday, 8am-4:20pm, at Erney Brier’s home Down Valley- 268 Trunk Rd. (on Hwy. 145 btw. mm81 and mm82- there will be signs and balloons). All proceeds from the sale will be donated to Angel Baskets.

  • Join the Buffalo Field Campaign at the Wilkinson Library on Wednesday, September 11th,6pm, for a night of activism with music, storytelling and videos. The Buffalo Filed Campaign have spent 22 years raising awareness of the plight of the wild buffalo. Find out more at buffalofieldcampaign.org.

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Sep
5
6:00 AM06:00

Thursday September 5

 

Born on this Day: BOB NEWHART, RAQUEL WELCH, WILLIAM DEVANE, DWEEZIL ZAPPA, AXEL KOCH (COOK), CHRIS McCOACH, HOWIE STERN,  PATTY SCHEIN, CAROL LAWRENCE, JO  LYONS

 

At the Nugget: 6:00 PM Portrait of a Lady on Fire (101min)

                        8:00 PM Beanpole (137min)

 

At the Palm:  6:00 PM Two Popes (126min)

                      8:30 PM Uncut Gems (135min)

 

 

  • Tonight is Art Walk! Participating galleries and venues will remain open later to exhibit new works, 5-8pm.   

  • KOTO’s Fall Fundraising ends this Friday, September 6th! We will be hosting a vinyl sale in our driveway, with everything priced to sell! Stop by the purple house on pine. We’ll have the grill going, beers chilling and tunes spinning. 10am-5pm.

  • KOTO’s 3rd Annual Street Dance is Saturday, September 7th, featuring Futurebirds from Athens, GA and Telluride’s own Lavalanche! We need volunteers to make this event a success! Head to koto.org to see available shifts and sign-up! All volunteers will get 2 free drinks!

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

  • There will be a Yard Sale this Saturday, 8am-4:20pm, at Erney Brier’s home Down Valley- 268 Trunk Rd. (on Hwy. 145 btw. mm81 and mm82- there will be signs and balloons). All proceeds from the sale will be donated to Angel Baskets.

  • CSU Extension classes are offering Summer/Fall Food Preservation classes tonight at the Norwood Library, 6-9pm. They are also offering a class/field day on Native Fruit and Nuts. September 9th and 10th. Register for either by calling 970.327.4393

  • Telluride Adaptive Sports Program’s 21st Annual Bob Miller Memorial Golf Classic takes place Thursday, September 12th. Register at tellurideadaptivesports.org.

  • Strong Start Strong Community invites the public to join them for a community discussion on the challenges of infant care. Monday, September 9th, 6pm-8pm at the Ah Haa School. Dinner, Spanish Translation and Childcare will be provided. Please RSVP to Mara MacDonell at 728-5613 or coordinator@strongstartstrongcommunity.org

  • SMART, the San Miguel Authority for Regional Transportation, will be holding community open houses throughout the region to discuss its Strategic Operating Plan project and potential service changes. today in Rico. For details on locations and times please visit www.smarttelluride.com and click on the “What’s New” tab.”

  • Registration is now open for "Presentation & Performance," a 2-day intensive with writer Craig Childs and actor and theater teacher Colin Sullivan at Million Miles Away Writing Workshops & Retreats in Norwood on September 28th and 29th. For more information, check the Million Miles Away Facebook page or shoot an email to millionmilesawaynorwood@gmail.com.

  • The Telluride Historical Museum and the Lone Tree Cemetery will co-host Remembrance Day, this Friday at the cemetery, 4-6pm. Local historians will be on-hand to tell the stories of the people who are laid to rest there. Donations will be accepted at the Colorado Ave entrance or the east gate at Columbia Ave.  

  • Rocky Mountain Natural Gas is doing maintenance repairs on existing natural gas pipeline along the portion of the Galloping Goose Trail located on Lawson Hills Open Space Lands between the San Miguel River and the Lawson Hill PUD. Work will be conducted between 7:00 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. For safety reasons, this portion of the GGT will be closed to general public use until repairs are completed, on or before October 4th. Public comments and questions should be directed to Donald Green with Black Hills Energy at (970) 618-1521 or Donald.Green@blackhillscorp.com

  • Registration is open for the Mountains to Desert bike ride- an annual fundraiser for the Just for Kids Foundation. The race takes place on September 21st, Telluride to Gateway (100 mile) bike ride with option to start in Norwood (72 miles). To learn more & register visit www.justforkidsfoundation.org/sign-up-to-ride

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Sep
4
6:00 AM06:00

Wednesday September 4

Born on this day:  PAUL HARVEY, TOM WATSON, MITZI GAYNOR, DON CONOVER, DON LUNDBERG, LIZ KNIGHT, JACKIE KENNEFICK, JOHN SIMONE, WAYNE LOVEJOY, IONE SKYE, MIKE PAIZZA, DAMON WAYONS,

 

At the Nugget: 6:00 PM Family Romance LLC (89min)

                       8:00 PM Lyrebird (117min)

At the Palm: 6:00 PM The Report (120min)

                    8:15:00 PM Waves (135min)

 

  • The Town of Telluride’s Commission for Community Assistance, Arts and Special Events (CCAASE), is accepting applications for 2020 funding. Grant guidelines and applications are available at https://telluride.gosmart.org/. All grant applications are due by midnight, September 23rd. There will be a Mandatory Grant Forum for all new applicants which have not applied in the past two years today at noon in Rebekah Hall. This meeting is also highly recommended for new grant writers and/or staff, as the application process has changed since the last grant cycle.

  • The Telluride Historical Museum and the Lone Tree Cemetery will co-host Remembrance Day, this Friday at the cemetery, 4-6pm. Local historians will be on-hand to tell the stories of the people who are laid to rest there. Donations will be accepted at the Colorado Ave entrance or the east gate at Columbia Ave.  

  • Free legal help at the library will be available Wednesday, September 11th, 2-5pm. Sign up is required. Call 970-728-4519 to sign up for a 15 minute appointment.

  • The Telluride Choral Society invites you to join them for Wintersing 2019, “Light of the Season!” Student choirs will begin to meet Monday September 30th and Tuesday, October 1st.  The adult Chorale, for all singers, starts Wednesday, Oct. 2nd. Performances will take place in mid-December. To register and get more information please call Rhonda at 970.729.0082 or go to telluridechoralsociety.org.

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

  • Strong Start Strong Community invite the public to join them for a community discussion on the challenges of infant care. Monday, September 9th, 6pm-8pm at the Ah Haa School. Dinner, Spanish Translation and Childcare will be provided. Please RSVP to Mara MacDonell at 728-5613 or coordinator@strongstartstrongcommunity.org

  • SMART, the San Miguel Authority for Regional Transportation, will be holding community open houses throughout the region to discuss its Strategic Operating Plan project and potential service changes. The sessions will be held today in Norwood, and September 5th in Rico. For details on locations and times please visit www.smarttelluride.com and click on the “What’s New” tab.”

  • CSU Extension classes are offering Summer/Fall Food Preservation classes. At the Norwood Library, Thursday September 5th, 6-9pm. They are also offering a class/field day on Native Fruit and Nuts. September 9th and 10th. Register for either by calling 970.327.4393.

  • KOTO’s Fall Fundraising ends this Friday, September 6th! We will be hosting a vinyl sale in our driveway, with everything priced to sell! Stop by the purple house on pine. We’ll have the grill going, beers chilling and tunes spinning. 10am-5pm.

  • KOTO’s 3rd Annual Street Dance is Saturday, September 7th, featuring Futurebirds from Athens, GA and Telluride’s own Lavalanche! We need volunteers to make this event a success! Head to koto.org to see available shifts and sign-up! All volunteers will get 2 free drinks!

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Sep
3
6:00 AM06:00

Tuesday September 3

Born on this day:  CHARLIE SHEEN, VALERINE PERRINE, AL JARDINE, FRANK MOLINA, JIMMY PUFF, LISSA MARGETTS, MICHELLE HUMPHRIES, ROSIE CUSAK, SANDY SUCHARSKI, SUSAN McCORMACK

At the Nugget:     6:00 PM   The Kingmaker

8:00 PM     First Cow

At the Palm:     6:00 PM     Aeronauts 

8:00 PMParasite

 

  • Telluride Karate Studio Fall Program starts today. Find a complete schedule at Telluride Karate Studio on Facebook. New students always welcome. Call Mr. Nepsky at 970.729.0644 for more information.

  • Telluride Adaptive Sports Program’s 21st Annual Bob Miller Memorial Golf Classic is looking for hole sponsors and prize donations. If you are interested, please contact events@tellurideadaptivesports.org.

  • The Town of Telluride’s Commission for Community Assistance, Arts and Special Events (CCAASE), is accepting applications for 2020 funding. Grant guidelines and applications are available at https://telluride.gosmart.org/. All grant applications are due by midnight, September 23rd. There will be a Mandatory Grant Forum for all new applicants which have not applied in the past two years tomorrow, September 4, at noon in Rebekah Hall. This meeting is also highly recommended for new grant writers and/or staff, as the application process has changed since the last grant cycle.

  • SMART, the San Miguel Authority for Regional Transportation, will be holding community open houses throughout the region to discuss its Strategic Operating Plan project and potential service changes. The sessions will be held today in Telluride, September 4th in Norwood, and September 5th in Rico. For details on locations and times please visit www.smarttelluride.com and click on the “What’s New” tab.”

  • CSU Extension classes are offering Summer/Fall Food Preservation classes. At the Norwood Library, Thursday September 5th, 6-9pm. They are also offering a class/field day on Native Fruit and Nuts. September 9th and 10th. Register for either by calling 970.327.4393.

  • The Telluride Choral Society invites you to join them for Wintersing 2019, “Light of the Season!” Choirs of varying ages will begin to meet September 30th and October 1st.  The Chamber Singers which require audition, starts Wednesday, Oct. 2nd. Performances will take place on Friday, December 13th and Sunday, December 15th. To register and get more information please contact Rhonda Muckerman at rlmuckerman@gmail.com or call (970)729-0082.

  • KOTO’s 3rd Annual Street Dance is Saturday, September 7th, featuring Futurebirds from Athens, GA and Telluride’s own Lavalanche! We need volunteers to make this event a success! Head to koto.org to see available shifts and sign-up! All volunteers will get 2 free drinks!

  • Rocky Mountain Natural Gas will begin maintenance repairs on existing 6-inch natural gas pipeline along the portion of the Galloping Goose Trail located on Lawson Hills Open Space Lands between the San Miguel River and the Lawson Hill PUD. Rock mitigation work is scheduled to start September 2 with the pipeline replacement work starting immediately after. Work will be conducted between 7:00 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. For safety reasons, this portion of the GGT will be closed to general public use until repairs are completed, on or before October 4th. Public comments and questions should be directed to Donald Green with Black Hills Energy at (970) 618-1521 or Donald.Green@blackhillscorp.com

  • Registration is open for the Mountains to Desert bike ride- an annual fundraiser for the Just for Kids Foundation. The race takes place on September 21st, Telluride to Gateway (100 mile) bike ride with option to start in Norwood (72 miles). To learn more & register visit www.justforkidsfoundation.org/sign-up-to-ride

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Sep
2
6:00 AM06:00

Monday September 2

Born on this day:  KEANU REEVES, JIMMY CONNORS, MARK HARMON, ERIC DICKERSON, BRUCIE HOLLER, CALEB MARCUS, DAVE DONNELL, ED MILLER, GRACE ENBRING,  KAY SEMROD,  KEN BAILEY, RITA SACKAR, SALMA HAYEK,  TERRY BRADSHAW,

At the Nugget:     The Nugget is closed for the Telluride Film Festival. You can watch the free movie in Elks Park – 8:30pm. The Climb

  • Own a piece of history! KOTO is auctioning a one-of-a-kind guitar, crafted from a piece of the original Fred Shellman Memorial Stage. The KOTOcaster is a semi hollow body, single pickup electric guitar, made from 30-year-old historic pine. Call the KOTO office at 970-728-4334 or email heidi@koto.org to place your bid and support your favorite radio station. For more information on the guitar, call Tom and Warren at Telluride Music Company at 970-728-9592. The Auction ends September 15th!

  • Telluride Ski Resort is conducting helicopter flight operations through mid-September. Operational hours will be Monday through Friday, 6:30am to 6:00pm. Due to the flight path and project scope, certain trails will be closed to keep all trail users safe and out of harm’s way during operational hours. These trails include See Forever, Basin, Prospect Trail and Prospect Loop.

  • Telluride Karate Studio Fall Program starts September 3rd. Find a complete schedule at Telluride Karate Studio on Facebook. New students always welcome. Call Mr. Nepsky at 970.729.0644 for more information.

  • Telluride Adaptive Sports Program’s 21st Annual Bob Miller Memorial Golf Classic is looking for hole sponsors and prize donations. If you are interested, please contact events@tellurideadaptivesports.org.

  • SMART, the San Miguel Authority for Regional Transportation, will be holding community open houses throughout the region in late August and early September to discuss its Strategic Operating Plan project and potential service changes. The sessions will be held on September 3rd in Telluride, September 4th in Norwood, and September 5th in Rico. For details on locations and times please visit www.smarttelluride.com and click on the “What’s New” tab.”

  • CSU Extension classes are offering COURSE ON Summer/Fall Food Preservation. At the Norwood Library, Thursday September 5th, 6-9pm. They are also offering a class/field day on Native Fruit and Nuts. September 9th and 10th. Register for either class by calling 970.327.4393.

  • KOTO’s 3rd Annual Street Dance is Saturday, September 7th, featuring Futurebirds from Athens, GA and Telluride’s own Lavalanche! We need volunteers to make this event a success! Head to koto.org to see available shifts and sign-up! All volunteers will get 2 free drinks!

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Sep
1
6:00 AM06:00

Sunday September 1

Birthdays:  GLORIA ESTEFAN, BARRY GIBB, BOXCAR WILLIE, ROY HEAD, LILY TOMLIN,  ALLAN RANTA, ARMANT LEGENDRE, DAWN CASTON, JIM KENNETE, LAURIE BLACKBURN,  TIM HARDAWAY,

At the Nugget:   The Nugget is closed for the Telluride Film Festival. You can watch the free movie in Elks Park – 8:30pm. Country Music.

 

  • The Town of Telluride is asking the public to be aware of Monsoonal Flooding of Cornet Creek. Keep an eye on the creek and how it is flowing. Prolonged wet weather and localized heavy rainfall can trigger debris flow and flooding. If there is a flooding event, shelter in place on a second floor if possible. You can sign-up for CodeRED emergency notifications at www.sanmigulcountyco.gov

  • KOTO’s 3rd Annual Street Dance is Saturday, September 7th, featuring Futurebirds from Athens, GA and Telluride’s own Lavalanche! We need volunteers to make this event a success! Head to koto.org to see available shifts and sign-up! All volunteers will get 2 free drinks!

  • Telluride Karate Studio Fall Program starts September 3rd. Find a complete schedule at Telluride Karate Studio on Facebook. New students always welcome. Call Mr. Nepsky at 970.729.0644 for more information.

  • The Telluride Choral Society invites you to join them for Wintersing 2019, “Light of the Season!” Choirs of varying ages will begin to meet September 30th and October 1st.  The Chamber Singers which require audition, starts Wednesday, Oct. 2nd. Performances will take place on Friday, December 13th and Sunday, December 15th. To register and get more information please contact Rhonda Muckerman at rlmuckerman@gmail.com or call (970)729-0082.

  • The Winter Vending Application deadline for the Town of Mountain Village is today. Visit townofmountainvillage.com for more info.

  • The Town of Telluride’s Commission for Community Assistance, Arts and Special Events (CCAASE), is accepting applications for 2020 funding. Grant guidelines and applications are available at https://telluride.gosmart.org/. All grant applications are due by midnight, September 23rd. There will be a Mandatory Grant Forum for all new applicants which have not applied in the past two years on Wednesday, September 4, at noon in Rebekah Hall. This meeting is also highly recommended for new grant writers and/or staff, as the application process has changed since the last grant cycle.

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Aug
31
6:00 AM06:00

Saturday August 31

Birthdays: RICHARD GERE, BUDDY HACKETT, JAMES COBURN, VAN MORRISON, ITZHAK PERLMAN, PAUL GELOSE, TWYLLA MAHONEY, STEVEN BAUER, FRANCIS VELA, AMBER KYLE,

At the Nugget:    The Nugget is closed for the Telluride Film Festival. You can watch the free movie in Elks Park – 8:30pm. TBD

  • A Patio Party and Artist Pop-Up Market will take place today in the Wagner Plaza in Mountain Village. 1-5pm.

  • KOTO’s 3rd Annual Street Dance is Saturday, September 7th, featuring Futurebirds from Athens, GA and Telluride’s own Lavalanche! We need volunteers to make this event a success! Head to koto.org to see available shifts and sign-up! All volunteers will get 2 free drinks!

  • The Winter Vending Cart Application deadline for the Town of Mountain Village is Sunday September 1st. Visit townofmountainvillage.com for more info.

  • Telluride Adaptive Sports Program’s 21st Annual Bob Miller Memorial Golf Classic is looking for hole sponsors and prize donations. If you are interested, please contact events@tellurideadaptivesports.org.

  • The Telluride Choral Society invites you to join them for Wintersing 2019, “Light of the Season!” Choirs of varying ages will begin to meet September 30th and October 1st.  The Chamber Singers which require audition, starts Wednesday, Oct. 2nd. Performances will take place on Friday, December 13th and Sunday, December 15th. To register and get more information please contact Rhonda Muckerman at rlmuckerman@gmail.com or call (970)729-0082.

  • Telluride Karate Studio Fall Program starts September 3rd. Find a complete schedule at Telluride Karate Studio on Facebook. New students always welcome. Call Mr. Nepsky at 970.729.0644 for more information.

  • SMART, the San Miguel Authority for Regional Transportation, will be holding community open houses throughout the region in late August and early September to discuss its Strategic Operating Plan project and potential service changes. The sessions will be held on September 3rd in Telluride, September 4th in Norwood, and September 5th in Rico. For details on locations and times please visit www.smarttelluride.com and click on the “What’s New” tab.”

  • The Town of Telluride’s Commission for Community Assistance, Arts and Special Events (CCAASE), is accepting applications for 2020 funding. Grant guidelines and applications are available at https://telluride.gosmart.org/. All grant applications are due by midnight, September 23rd. There will be a Mandatory Grant Forum for all new applicants which have not applied in the past two years on Wednesday, September 4, at noon in Rebekah Hall. This meeting is also highly recommended for new grant writers and/or staff, as the application process has changed since the last grant cycle.

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Aug
30
6:00 AM06:00

Friday August 30

Birthdays: SETH BERG, ALISON GELB, TODD HERMAN, P.J. SANTE, LAURIE WARREN, DAVE BUNTING, HEATHER GEORGE, KRISTIN SURETTE, DONNA FECTEAU, MICHAEL HARRISON,  KITTY WELLS, TED WILLIAMS, TUG McGRAW, TIMOTHY BOTTOMS, JEAN CLAUDE KILLY,  CAMERON DIAZ,  DAVE BUNTING,  ABBY AYERS

At the Nugget: The Nugget is closed for the Telluride Film Festival. You can watch the free movie in Elks Park – 8:30pm. The Right Stuff

  • Music on the Green presents the Jim Parker, tonight 5-7pm at the Reflection Plaza.

  • The Telluride Choral Society invites you to join them for Wintersing 2019, “Light of the Season!” Choirs of varying ages will begin to meet September 30th and October 1st.  The Chamber Singers which require audition, starts Wednesday, Oct. 2nd. Performances will take place on Friday, December 13th and Sunday, December 15th. To register and get more information please contact Rhonda Muckerman at rlmuckerman@gmail.com or call (970)729-0082.

  • At Between the Covers Bookstore TODAY Colorado Senator and presidential candidate Michael Bennet will be signing his book "The Land of Flickering Lights: Restoring America in an Age of Broken Politics,"  from 11am to noon. To reserve a copy, stop in or call 970-728-4504.

  • KOTO’s 3rd Annual Street Dance is Saturday, September 7th, featuring Futurebirds from Athens, GA and Telluride’s own Lavalanche! We need volunteers to make this event a success! Head to koto.org to see available shifts and sign-up! All volunteers will get 2 free drinks!

  • A Patio Party and Artist Pop-Up Market will take place tomorrow in the Wagner Plaza in Mountain Village. 1-5pm.

  • The Winter Vending Cart Application deadline for the Town of Mountain Village is Sunday September 1st. Visit townofmountainvillage.com for more info.

  • This weekend is the Ouray County Rodeo and Fair. Events will take place at the 4-H Visitors Center and Ouray County Fairgrounds. More information available at ouraycountyrodeo.com

  • SMART, the San Miguel Authority for Regional Transportation, will be holding community open houses throughout the region in late August and early September to discuss its Strategic Operating Plan project and potential service changes. The sessions will be held on September 3rd in Telluride, September 4th in Norwood, and September 5th in Rico. For details on locations and times please visit www.smarttelluride.com and click on the “What’s New” tab.”

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Aug
29
6:00 AM06:00

Thursday August 29

Birthdays: PHIL DABAL, KEITH HAMPTON, WENDY THOMPSON, AMY PIHL, JACK KUHLER, BILL PERKINS, TIM ALTIC, PENELOPE PLACE, MICHAEL JACKSON, ROBIN LEACH, ELLOITT GOULD,  REBECCA DeMORNAY,

At the Nugget:  The Nugget is closed for the Telluride Film Festival. You can watch the free movie in Elks Park – 8:30pm. Star Wars: the Last Jedi

  • The San Miguel Housing Authority’s housing lottery for Longwill16 and Silver Jack closes today at noon. Good luck to everyone that entered!

  • Tri-County Health, the San Miguel resource Center and One-to-One Mentoring are offering a free Caring for LGBTQ Youth training today, 3:30-5pm, at the Ah Haa School. Learn about language competency, risk factors, and how to be a stronger ally for those who identify as LGBTQ from Jennifer Stucka-Benally, LCSW from the Four Corners Rainbow Youth Center. Register now at tchnetwork.org/eventreg/

  • Rocky Mountain Natural Gas will begin maintenance repairs on existing 6-inch natural gas pipeline along the portion of the Galloping Goose Trail located on Lawson Hills Open Space Lands between the San Miguel River and the Lawson Hill PUD. Rock mitigation work is scheduled to start September 2 with the pipeline replacement work starting immediately after. Work will be conducted between 7:00 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. For safety reasons, this portion of the GGT will be closed to general public use until repairs are completed, on or before October 4th. Public comments and questions should be directed to Donald Green with Black Hills Energy at (970) 618-1521 or Donald.Green@blackhillscorp.com

  • The Center for Mental Health Telluride invites the public to a community open house to tour the new behavioral health location in Telluride and meet their local staff. Today, 1-3 p.m at 238 E. Colorado Ave., Suite 9 (Located above U.S. Bank.) Call 970.252.3200 for more information – No RSVP necessary.

  • The Town of Telluride’s Commission for Community Assistance, Arts and Special Events (CCAASE), is accepting applications for 2020 funding. Grant guidelines and applications are available at https://telluride.gosmart.org/. All grant applications are due by midnight, September 23rd. There will be a Mandatory Grant Forum for all new applicants which have not applied in the past two years on Wednesday, September 4, at noon in Rebekah Hall. This meeting is also highly recommended for new grant writers and/or staff, as the application process has changed since the last grant cycle.

  • Telluride Karate Studio Fall Program starts September 3rd. Find a complete schedule at Telluride Karate Studio on Facebook. New students always welcome. Call Mr. Nepsky at 970.729.0644 for more information.

  • The Winter Vending Cart Application deadline for the Town of Mountain Village is Sunday September 1st. Visit townof mountainvillage.com for more info.

  • KOTO’s 3rd Annual Street Dance is Saturday, September 7th, featuring Futurebirds from Athens, GA and Telluride’s own Lavalanche! We need volunteers to make this event a success! Head to koto.org to see available shifts and sign-up! All volunteers will get 2 free drinks!

  • A Patio Party and Artist Pop-Up Market will take place on Saturday, August 31st, in the Wagner Plaza in Mountain Village. 1-5pm.

  • SMART, the San Miguel Authority for Regional Transportation, will be holding community open houses throughout the region in late August and early September to discuss its Strategic Operating Plan project and potential service changes. The sessions will be held on September 3rd in Telluride, August 29th in Placerville, September 4th in Norwood, and September 5th in Rico. The focus of these meetings will be to go over the draft preferred service plan from the Strategic Operating Plan and garner public feedback. For details on locations and times please visit www.smarttelluride.com and click on the “What’s New” tab.”

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Aug
28
6:00 AM06:00

Wednesday August 28

Born on this day: SHANIA TWAIN, JASON PREISTLY, DONALD O’CONNOR, COLIN CORNFORTH, STEVE KENNEDY, KIM BAERSCH, PHIL DABAL, PENELOPE GLEASON, RAINE WILLIAMS, JIM REIDEL, KEITH HAMPTON, MONA PENNYPACKER, MAUREEN McCARTHY, LeANN RIMES,

At the Nugget: The Nugget is closed for the Telluride Film Festival. You can watch the free movie in Elks Park – 8:30pm. Bridget Jones’s Diary

  • There will be a Community Conversation on Underage Drinking tonight, 5:30-7pm at the Telluride High School Library.

  • The Center for Mental Health Telluride invites the public to a community open house to tour the new behavioral health location in Telluride and meet their local staff. Tomorrow, 1-3 p.m at 238 E. Colorado Ave., Suite 9 (Located above U.S. Bank.) Call 970.252.3200 for more information – No RSVP necessary.

  • Today is the final Market on the Plaza of the season. In Mountain Village, 11am-4pm.

  • Registration is open for the Mountains to Desert bike ride- an annual fundraiser for the Just for Kids Foundation. The race takes place on September 21st, Telluride to Gateway (100 mile) bike ride with option to start in Norwood (72 miles). To learn more & register visit www.justforkidsfoundation.org/sign-up-to-ride

  • The San Miguel Housing Authority’s housing lottery for Longwill16 and Silver Jack is now open. It closes tomorrow at noon. For guidelines and an application, visit smrha.org/lotteryinfo or stop by the SMRHA Office at 820 Black Bear Rd. #G17. Applications are accepted by appointment only. There will be a site walk of Longwill 16 today at 5pm. Please meet in the Longwill parking lot. There will be a site walk of Silver Jack today as well, 5pm. Meet in front of the WPL.

  • KOTO’s 3rd Annual Street Dance is Saturday, September 7th, featuring Futurebirds from Athens, GA and Telluride’s own Lavalanche! We need volunteers to make this event a success! Head to koto.org to see available shifts and sign-up! All volunteers will get 2 free drinks!

  • Telluride Ski Resort has begun helicopter flight operations, continuing through mid-September. Operational hours will be Monday through Friday, 6:30am to 6:00pm. Due to the flight path and project scope, certain trails will be closed to keep all trail users safe and out of harm’s way during operational hours. These trails include See Forever, Basin, Prospect Trail and Prospect Loop.

  • Jennifer Groves, Life & Career Coach, invites the public to join her this fall for one of two 5-week workshops on building resilience. All classes held at the Wilkinson Library. The skills covered will help you build resilience to cope with daily stressors and significant events, but also to truly thrive. Email Jennifer at jengroves926@gmail.com for more info.

  • Tri-County Health, the San Miguel resource Center and One-to-One Mentoring are offering a free Caring for LGBTQ Youth training on August 29th, 3:30-5pm, at the Ah Haa School. Learn about language competency, risk factors, and how to be a stronger ally for those who identify as LGBTQ from Jennifer Stucka-Benally, LCSW from the Four Corners Rainbow Youth Center. Register now at tchnetwork.org/eventreg/

  • Telluride Adaptive Sports Program’s 21st Annual Bob Miller Memorial Golf Classic is looking for hole sponsors and prize donations. If you are interested, please contact events@tellurideadaptivesports.org.

  • At Between the Covers Bookstore THIS FRIDAY, August 30th, Colorado Senator and presidential candidate Michael Bennet will be signing his book "The Land of Flickering Lights: Restoring America in an Age of Broken Politics,"  from 11am to noon. To reserve a copy, stop in or call 970-728-4504.

  • The Winter Vending Application deadline for the Town of Mountain Village is Sunday September 1st. Visit townofmountainvillage.com for more info.

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Aug
27
6:00 AM06:00

Tuesday August 27

Born on this day: BRANDON BOCCHINI, WALTER WRIGHT, ANN BERRY, SHERRY FARNEY, BEA GOLDSMITH, JESSICA  BLOUNT, ROBERT COE, ADAM DUBROFF, PEE-WEE HERMAN, DARYL DRAGON, TUESDAY WELD, MOTHER TERESA, CARRIE HOTT,  SUE KNECHTEL,  GINGER PERKINS, JANETTE GIANATTI, BRUCE SANDLER

At the Nugget:  7:00pm  ONCE UPON A TIME IN…HOLLYWOOD ( 2h 41min  R)

  • KOTO’s 3rd Annual Street Dance is Saturday, September 7th, featuring Futurebirds from Athens, GA and Telluride’s own Lavalanche! We need volunteers to make this event a success! Head to koto.org to see available shifts and sign-up! All volunteers will get 2 free drinks!

  • Telluride Adaptive Sports Program’s 21st Annual Bob Miller Memorial Golf Classic, taking place September 12th, is looking for hole sponsors and prize donations. If you are interested, please contact events@tellurideadaptivesports.org.

  • John Dickinson & Fillyourvult.com present C-4 for your Finances. Tonight, 5:30pm at 202 Society Drive Unit A. The topic for discussion will be Financial Foundations; Protect, Grow and Save. The short presentation will be followed by an Open-Forum Q&A.

  • Telluride Karate Studio Fall Program starts September 3rd. Find a complete schedule at Telluride Karate Studio on Facebook. New students always welcome. Call Mr. Nepsky at 970.729.0644 for more information.

  • The Town of Telluride’s Commission for Community Assistance, Arts and Special Events (CCAASE), is accepting applications for 2020 funding. Grant guidelines and applications are available at https://telluride.gosmart.org/. All grant applications are due by midnight, September 23rd. There will be a Mandatory Grant Forum for all new applicants which have not applied in the past two years on Wednesday, September 4, at noon in Rebekah Hall. This meeting is also highly recommended for new grant writers and/or staff, as the application process has changed since the last grant cycle.

  • Tri County Health, the San Miguel resource Center and One to One Mentoring are offering a free Caring for LGBTQ Youth training on August 29th, at the Ah Haa School. Learn about language competency, risk factors, and how to be a stronger ally for those who identify as LGBTQ from Jennifer Stucka-Benally, LCSW from the Four Corners Rainbow Youth Center. Register now at tchnetwork.org/eventreg/

  • There will be a Community Conversation on Underage Drinking Wednesday, August 28th, 5:30-7pm at the Telluride High School Library.

  • At Between the Covers Bookstore THIS FRIDAY, August 30th, Colorado Senator and presidential candidate Michael Bennet will be signing his book "The Land of Flickering Lights: Restoring America in an Age of Broken Politics,"  from 11am to noon. To reserve a copy, stop in or call 970-728-4504.

  • The Center for Mental Health Telluride invites the public to a community open house to tour the new behavioral health location in Telluride and meet their local staff. Thursday, August 29th from 1-3 p.m at 238 E. Colorado Ave., Suite 9 (Located above U.S. Bank.) Call 970.252.3200 for more information – No RSVP necessary.

  • The Winter Vending Cart Application deadline for the Town of Mountain Village is Sunday September 1st. Visit townofmountainvillage.com for more info.

  • Rocky Mountain Natural Gas will begin maintenance repairs on existing 6-inch natural gas pipeline along the portion of the Galloping Goose Trail located on Lawson Hills Open Space Lands between the San Miguel River and the Lawson Hill PUD. Rock mitigation work is scheduled to start September 2 with the pipeline replacement work starting immediately after. Work will be conducted between 7:00 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. For safety reasons, this portion of the GGT will be closed to general public use until repairs are completed, on or before October 4th. Public comments and questions should be directed to Donald Green with Black Hills Energy at (970) 618-1521 or Donald.Green@blackhillscorp.com

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Aug
26
6:00 AM06:00

Monday August 26

Born on this day: GERALDINE FERRARO, MACAULAY CULKIN, BRANFORD MARSALIS, MIKE BEGLEY, DAVE DEITCH, JEFF LIPSKY, JENN RITT, CHARLES HOBBS, TODD RECTOR, CHRIS SNOW, JERRY O’ROURKE.

At the Nugget:  7:00pm  ONCE UPON A TIME IN…HOLLYWOOD ( 2h 41min  R)

 

  • Own a piece of history! KOTO is auctioning a one-of-a-kind guitar, crafted from a piece of the original Fred Shellman Memorial Stage. The KOTOcaster is a semi hollow body, single pickup electric guitar, made from 30-year-old historic pine. Call the KOTO office at 970-728-4334 or email heidi@koto.org to place your bid and support your favorite radio station. For more information on the guitar, call Tom and Warren at Telluride Music Company at 970-728-9592. The auction ends September 15th! The current bid is at $900.

  • Telluride Gymnastics & Ninja Zone fall semester begins today! Call 970-728-4622 or visit www.telluridegym.com for more information.

  • John Dickinson & Fillyourvult.com present C-4 for your Finances. Tuesday, August 27th, 5:30pm at 202 Society Drive Unit A. The topic for discussion will be Financial Foundations; Protect, Grow and Save. The short presentation will be followed by an Open-Forum Q&A. Join the discussion via Zoom Meeting at zoom.us/j/501869404 Meeting ID: 501869404.

  • On July 20th, Joanne and Roudy Roudebush's Barn exploded in flames.  It contained a lifetime of cowboy paraphernalia and every piece of tack (saddles and bridles), collected over the course of his 40 years of cowboyisms. An account is set up at Alpine Bank and a GoFundMe has been set up at www.gofundme.com/f/roudy039s-barn-raising. Please contact Patti Duax at 970-729-0459 with any questions.

  • The San Miguel Housing Authority’s housing lottery for Longwill16 and Silver Jack is open and closes Thursday, August 29th at noon. For guidelines and an application, visit smhra.org/lotteryinfo or stop by the SMRHA Office at 820 Black Bear Rd. #G17. Applications are accepted by appointment only. There will be a Site Walk of Longwill 16 today @ 12 PM and Wednesday, August 28 @ 5 PM. There will be a site walk of Silver Jack on Wednesday, August 28 @ 5 PM.

  • Telluride Karate Studio Fall Program starts September 3rd. Find a complete schedule at Telluride Karate Studio on Facebook. New students always welcome. Call Mr. Nepsky at 970.729.0644 for more information.

  • Tri-County Health, the San Miguel resource Center and One-to-One Mentoring are offering a free Caring for LGBTQ Youth training on August 29th, at the Ah Haa School. Learn about language competency, risk factors, and how to be a stronger ally for those who identify as LGBTQ from Jennifer Stucka-Benally, LCSW from the Four Corners Rainbow Youth Center. Register now at tchnetwork.org/eventreg/

  • Telluride Arts is accepting submissions through Tuesday, September 17 for their unique community exhibit, "An Exhibition of Broken/Mended Parts" on display October - November 2019 at the Telluride Arts HQ Gallery. Email full-sized x-ray files and the name to be credited to molly@telluridearts.org, along with any accompanying writings or artifacts. Entries can be anonymous, if preferred. This is free and open to anyone of any age.

  • There will be a Community Conversation on Underage Drinking Wednesday, August 28th, 5:30-7pm at the Telluride High School Library.

  • KOTO’s 3rd Annual Street Dance in Saturday, September 7th, featuring Futurebirds from Athens, GA and Telluride’s own Lavalanche! We need volunteers to make this event a success! Head to koto.org to see available shifts and sign-up! All volunteers will get 2 free drinks!

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Aug
25
6:00 AM06:00

Sunday August 25

Birthdays:   BOB ERIE, MINDY HULBUT, JEFF KELLER, DENISE HITCHCOCK, ZOE KORN, SUSAN McCORMACK, AL SIMONIAN, JASON KAPP, SEAN CONNERY, ANNE ARCHER, BILLY RAY CYRUS, MONTY HALL, REGIS PHILBIN, ELVIS COSTELLO, GENE SIMMONS, LEONARD BERNSTEIN, AL SIMONIAN, SUSAN McCORMICK

At the Nugget:   7:00pm  ONCE UPON A TIME IN…HOLLYWOOD ( 2h 41min  R)

 

  • The Telluride Historical Museum will be screening Ken Burns' documentary, The Roosevelts: An Intimate History, Episode 5, The Rising Road tonight at the Michael D. Palm Theatre. Ken Burns will be in attendance to introduce the film, entertain a Q&A, and participate in a book and DVD signing after. Purchase Tickets online or call the Museum at 970.728.3344 to reserve your spot! 

  • The KOTO board of directors will hold their regular monthly meeting Monday, August 26th, at 5pm, in the Telluride Room at the Wilkinson Library. KOTO members, DJs, and the public are welcome to attend.

  • The San Miguel Housing Authority’s housing lottery for Longwill16 and Silver Jack is open and closes Thursday, August 29th at noon. For guidelines and an application, visit smhra.org/lotteryinfo or stop by the SMRHA Office at 820 Black Bear Rd. #G17. Applications are accepted by appointment only. There will be a Site Walk of Longwill 16 Monday, August 26 @ 12 PM and Wednesday, August 28 @ 5 PM. There will be a site walk of Silver Jack on Wednesday, August 28 @ 5 PM.

  • Telluride Karate Studio Fall Program starts September 3rd. Find a complete schedule at Telluride Karate Studio on Facebook. New students always welcome. Call Mr. Nepsky at 970.729.0644 for more information.

  • The Town of Telluride’s Commission for Community Assistance, Arts and Special Events (CCAASE), is accepting applications for 2020 funding. Grant guidelines and applications are available at https://telluride.gosmart.org/. All grant applications are due by midnight, September 23rd. There will be a Mandatory Grant Forum for all new applicants which have not applied in the past two years on Wednesday, September 4, at noon in Rebekah Hall. This meeting is also highly recommended for new grant writers and/or staff, as the application process has changed since the last grant cycle.

  • Telluride Gymnastics & Ninja Zone fall semester begins Monday, August 26th. Call 970-728-4622 or visit www.telluridegym.com for more information.

  • Jennifer Groves, Life & Career Coach, invites the public to join her this fall for one of two 5-week workshops on building resilience. All classes held at Wilkinson. The skills covered will help you build resilience to cope with daily stressors and significant events, but also to truly thrive. Email Jennifer at jengroves926@gmail.com for more info.

  • Registration is open for the Mountains to Desert bike ride- an annual fundraiser for  the Just for Kids Foundation. The race takes place on September 21st, Telluride to Gateway (100 mile) bike ride with option to start in Norwood (72 miles). To learn more & register visit www.justforkidsfoundation.org/sign-up-to-ride

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Aug
24
6:00 AM06:00

Saturday August 24

 

Birthdays: MARLEE MATLIN, CAL RIPKIN, JR., GERRY COONEY, MICHAEL BROWN, HONGA IM, MARY SURR, WENDY PADICH, VINCE GONZALES, PAT (TURN IT UP OR TURN IT OFF) JAUREGUI, JIM MAHONEY, JONATHAN MARSH, MARGARET CAMPBELL, ROBERT KLEIN, NICK CHANCELLOR, JILL O’DELL, CINDY PLUMBER, JEANNE KNOPE, KAREN MANN

At the Nugget:  7:00pm  ONCE UPON A TIME IN…HOLLYWOOD ( 2h 41min  R)

 

  • The Telluride Historical Museum will be screening Ken Burns' documentary, The Roosevelts: An Intimate History, Episode 5, The Rising Road tomorrow at the Michael D. Palm Theatre. Ken Burns will be in attendance to introduce the film, entertain a Q&A, and participate in a book and DVD signing after. Purchase Tickets online or call the Museum at 970.728.3344 to reserve your spot! 

  • On July 20th, Joanne and Roudy Roudebush's Barn exploded in flames.  It contained a lifetime of cowboy paraphernalia and every piece of tack (saddles and bridles), collected over the course of his 40 years of cowboyisms. An account is set up at Alpine Bank and a GoFundMe has been set up at www.gofundme.com/f/roudy039s-barn-raising. Please contact Patti Duax at 970-729-0459 with any questions.

  • There will be a Dinner and Auction Benefit for Jaron, son of Tony and Brianne Bonacquista, at the Nucla Community Center tonight, 6-8pm. Jaron tragically lost his hand in accident recently.

  • The Transfer Warehouse is having an Art & Sound KIKI, today, 3-10pm. Come experience contemporary arts exhibitions by local and CO based visual artists. A dance party with progressive music starts at 9pm. 

  • Telluride Karate Studio Fall Program starts September 3rd. Find a complete schedule at Telluride Karate Studio on Facebook. New students always welcome. Call Mr. Nepsky at 970.729.0644 for more information.

  • The KOTO board of directors will hold their regular monthly meeting Monday, August 26th, at 5pm, in the Telluride Room at the Wilkinson Library. KOTO members, DJs, and the public are welcome to attend.

  • Southwest Colorado Canyons Alliance invites the public to a sneak peek of Artist in Residence Lanny Wagner's "Capturing the Canyons" tonight, 5-8 p.m. at Canyons of the Ancients Visitor Center and Museum, 27501 Hwy 184. Proceeds will benefit museum education programming and the Artist in Residence program. More info at swcocanyons.org or email swcocayons@gmail.com.

  • Telluride Adaptive Sports Program’s 21st Annual Bob Miller Memorial Golf Classic is looking for hole sponsors and prize donations. If you are interested, please contact events@tellurideadaptivesports.org.

  • The Town of Telluride’s Commission for Community Assistance, Arts and Special Events (CCAASE), is accepting applications for 2020 funding. Grant guidelines and applications are available at https://telluride.gosmart.org/. All grant applications are due by midnight, September 23rd. There will be a Mandatory Grant Forum for all new applicants which have not applied in the past two years on Wednesday, September 4, at noon in Rebekah Hall. This meeting is also highly recommended for new grant writers and/or staff, as the application process has changed since the last grant cycle.

  • Telluride Gymnastics & Ninja Zone fall semester begins Monday, August 26th. Call 970-728-4622 or visit www.telluridegym.com for more information.

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Aug
23
6:00 AM06:00

Friday August 23

Birthdays:  JEFF ELLIOTT, DRUE REILAND, ANNIE SAVATH, MILT MORE, DENA SAUNDERS, KEVIN SWAIN, DEB DRAPER, BARB HARRISON, CHARLES STORY, SHELLY LONG, BARBARA EDEN, KOBE BRYANT, JAY MOHR, GENE KELLY, ANGELA DYE

At the Nugget:  7:00pm  ONCE UPON A TIME IN…HOLLYWOOD ( 2h 41min  R)

 

  • Music on the Green presents Pat Byrne at the Reflection Plaza, tonight, 5-7pm.

  • Bootdoctors’ Annual Free Customer Appreciation Barbecue is today, 2 pm - 5 pm at the Bootdoctors in Mountain Village.

  • Local singers, dancers, comedians, and other artists will present a Vaudeville performance at the Telluride Transfer Warehouse, tonight! Doors at 7pm, show at 8pm.

  • The Palm’s Classic Film Series continues tonight, 7pm, with Spike Lee’s “Do the Right Thing.” Free admission, more info at tellurideplam.com.

  • The San Miguel Housing Authority’s housing lottery for Longwill16 and Silver Jack is open and closes Thursday, August 29th at noon. For guidelines and an application, visit smhra.org/lotteryinfo or stop by the SMRHA Office at 820 Black Bear Rd. #G17. Applications are accepted by appointment only.

  • Southwest Colorado Canyons Alliance invites the public to a sneak peek of Artist in Residence Lanny Wagner's "Capturing the Canyons" tomorrow from 5-8 p.m. at Canyons of the Ancients Visitor Center and Museum, 27501 Hwy 184, Dolores, CO 81323. Proceeds will benefit museum education programming and the Artist in Residence program. More info at swcocanyons.org or email swcocayons@gmail.com.

  • Join the Town of Mountain Village’s Green Team for its annual Community Clean Up Day tomorrow. This year’s Clean Up will be based in Sunset Plaza. Registration is 9:30-10 a.m. to sign up for locations and receive trash bags to fill. Clean Up will take place from 10 a.m. to noon and there will be an after party from noon to 2 p.m. with music, games and food and drinks. There will be a raffle and prizes for best trash finds and trashbags will be provided. Please bring gloves and your re-usable cups and plates.

  • Telluride Ski Resort has begun helicopter flight operations, continuing through mid-September. Operational hours will be Monday through Friday, 6:30am to 6:00pm. Due to the flight path and project scope, certain trails will be closed to keep all trail users safe and out of harm’s way during operational hours. These trails include See Forever, Basin, Prospect Trail and Prospect Loop.

  • Join Monica Belizan for her meditation workshop, “Happiness is your Birthright,” tomorrow. Call to sign-up at 970.708.0717 for more info.

  • The Transfer Warehouse is having an Art & Sound KIKI, tomorrow, 3-10pm. Come experience contemporary arts exhibitions by local and CO based visual artists. A dance party with progressive music starts at 9pm. 

  • The CSU Extension Office is offering a Greenhouse Management Class tomorrow, 9:30 to noon, at the Placerville Schoolhouse for the class. Please call 970-327-4393 to reserve your spot

  • The KOTO board of directors will hold their regular monthly meeting Monday, August 26th, at 5pm, in the Telluride Room at the Wilkinson Library. KOTO members, DJs, and the public are welcome to attend.

  • There will be a Dinner and Auction Benefit for Jaron, son of Tony and Brianne Bonacquista, at the Nucla Community Center tomorrow, 6-8pm. Jaron tragically lost his hand in accident recently.

  • Telluride Gymnastics & Ninja Zone fall semester begins Monday, August 26th. Call 970-728-4622 or visit www.telluridegym.com for more information.

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Aug
22
6:00 AM06:00

Thursday August 22

Born on this Day: - VALARIE HARPER, CINDY WILLIAMS, TORI AMOS, DALE HAWKINS, NORMAN SCHWARZKOPF, CARL YASTRZCMSKI, PAUL MOLITOR, DIANE FRENCH, JOAN CESNIK, BRACKEN RALEIGH, ALISON ROCKWELL, STEVE CATSMAN, DAN PRATT, ANDREW MOLLOY, JIM DOOLEY, ERIC SAUNDERS, BILL PARCELLS, MARY ERDMAN, DANA “T.T.” SARFF, MARIBETH CLEMENTE, COREY BEATON, LINDA PETERS, KEVIN HURTLEY, BEBE BLOUSE, JIM RYDELL, JENNA WHITE

 

At the Nugget:  6:16pm TFF Presents THE FAREWELL (1h 30min PG)

     8:30pm  ONCE UPON A TIME IN… HOLLYWOOD (2h 41min  R)

  •  Writer and poet Albert Flynn DeSilver will present a writing & mindfulness workshop at the Wilkinson Library, tonight at 6:00 PM. More information can be found at www.albertflynndesilver.com

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

  • Bootdoctors’ Annual Free Customer Appreciation Barbecue is this Friday, August 23rd, 2 pm - 5 pm at the Bootdoctors in Mountain Village.

  • Local singers, dancers, comedians, and other artists will present a Vaudeville performance at the Telluride Transfer Warehouse, tomorrow. Doors at 7pm, show at 8pm.

  • Telluride Adaptive Sports Program’s 21st Annual Bob Miller Memorial Golf Classic is looking for hole sponsors and prize donations. If you are interested, please contact events@tellurideadaptivesports.org.

  • This Saturday, August 24th, the Transfer Warehouse is having an Art & Sound KIKI, 3-10pm. Come experience contemporary arts exhibitions by local and CO based visual artists. A dance party with progressive music starts at 9pm. 

  • The CSU Extension Office is offering a Greenhouse Management Class on Saturday, August 24th 9:30 to noon at the Placerville Schoolhouse for the class. Please call 970-327-4393 to reserve your spot

  • There will be a Hunter Education class at the Mountain Village Fire Station, Saturday, August 24th. This is Part Two of the class.  Students must register at cpw.state.co.us and complete Part One before August 23rd.

  • The Palm’s Classic Film Series continues tomorrow with Spike Lee’s “Do the Right Thing.” Free admission, more info at tellurideplam.com.

  • Telluride Karate Studio Fall Program starts September 3rd. Find a complete schedule at Telluride Karate Studio on Facebook. New students always welcome. Call Mr. Nepsky at 970.729.0644 for more information.

  • The library will host a workshop on Practical Preparations for Death and Dying, focusing on making the process smother. Tonight, 5:30-7pm.

  • Join Monica Belizan for her meditation workshop, “Happiness is your Birthright,” this Saturday August 24th. Call to sign-up at 970.708.0717.

  • Join the Town of Mountain Village’s Green Team for its annual Community Clean Up Day on Saturday, Aug. 24th. This year’s Clean Up will be based in Sunset Plaza. Registration is 9:30-10 a.m. to sign up for locations and receive trash bags to fill. Clean Up will take place from 10 a.m. to noon and there will be an after party from noon to 2 p.m. with music, games and food and drinks. There will be a raffle and prizes for best trash finds and trashbags will be provided. Please bring gloves and your re-usable cups and plates.

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Aug
21
6:00 AM06:00

Wednesday August 21

Born on this day: SARA CLOW, HEATHER BACHMAN, GEOFF CUNARD, KRISTI ALLRED, JEFF GOLDSWORTHY, JENNIFER LOPEZ, BOB ODELL, STEVE VAN STRATT, KENNY ROGERS, KIM SLEDGE, MATHEW BRODERICK, PRINCESS MARGARET, JIM McMAHON, WILT CHAMBERLAIN, PETRA BUCHANAN, DEANNA KENNEDY, ANDY STATTMAN, KIM CATTRALL, COREY HISELER,

 

At the Nugget: 7:00pm    ONCE UPON A TIME IN… HOLLYWOOD (2h 41min  R)

  • The Town of Telluride’s Commission for Community Assistance, Arts and Special Events (CCAASE), is accepting applications for 2020 funding. Grant guidelines and applications are available at https://telluride.gosmart.org/. All grant applications are due by midnight, September 23rd. There will be a Mandatory Grant Forum for all new applicants which have not applied in the past two years on Wednesday, September 4, at noon in Rebekah Hall. This meeting is also highly recommended for new grant writers and/or staff, as the application process has changed since the last grant cycle.

  • The San Miguel Housing Authority’s housing lottery for Longwill16 and Silver Jack is now open. It closes Thursday, August 29th at noon. For guidelines and an application, visit smhra.org/lotteryinfo or stop by the SMRHA Office at 820 Black Bear Rd. #G17. Applications are accepted by appointment only.

  • The Telluride Historical Museum will be screening Ken Burns' documentary, The Roosevelts: An Intimate History, Episode 5, The Rising Road on Sunday, August 25 at the Michael D. Palm Theatre. Ken Burns will be in attendance to introduce the film, entertain a Q&A, and participate in a book and DVD signing after. Purchase Tickets online or call the Museum at 970.728.3344 to reserve your spot! 

  • The CSU Extension Office is offering a Greenhouse Management Class on Saturday, August 24th 9:30 to noon at the Placerville Schoolhouse for the class. Please call 970-327-4393 to reserve your spot

  • Writer and poet Albert Flynn DeSilver will present a writing & mindfulness workshop at the Wilkinson Library, tomorrow at 6:00 PM. More information can be found at www.albertflynndesilver.com

  • The Center for Mental Health Telluride invites the public to a community open house to tour the new behavioral health location in Telluride and meet their local staff. Thursday, August 29th from 1-3 p.m at 238 E. Colorado Ave., Suite 9 (Located above U.S. Bank.) Call 970.252.3200 for more information – No RSVP necessary.

  • On July 20th, Joanne and Roudy Roudebush's Barn exploded in flames.  It contained a lifetime of cowboy paraphernalia and every piece of tack (saddles and bridles), collected over the course of his 40 years of cowboyisms. An account is set up at Alpine Bank and a GoFundMe has been set up at www.gofundme.com/f/roudy039s-barn-raising. Please contact Patti Duax at 970-729-0459 with any questions.

  • The KOTO board of directors will hold their regular monthly meeting next Monday, August 26th, at 5pm, in the Telluride Room at the Wilkinson Library. KOTO members, DJs, and the public are welcome to attend.

  • The library will host a workshop on Practical Preparations for Death and Dying, focusing on making the process smother. Thursday, August 22nd 5:30-7pm.

  • Telluride Film Festival present The Farwell, at the Nugget Theater tomorrow night, 6:15pm. No Nugget passes, please.  

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Aug
20
6:00 AM06:00

Tuesday August 20

Born on this day:  CONNIE CHUNG, ROBERT PLANT, DON KING, MAS BEST, SUSAN JOHNSON, CHARLES DeWINTER, PAT OKAMURA, MARIANA RITCHIE, KENT RYAN, DANA HAMPTON,  STEVE PEDERSON, H.P. LOVECRAFT, TOBIN TAYLOR, ALEX JONES, IVA HILD

At the Nugget:     7:00pm    ONCE UPON A TIME IN… HOLLYWOOD (2h 41min  R)

  • The Telluride Historical Museum will be screening Ken Burns' documentary, The Roosevelts: An Intimate History, Episode 5, The Rising Road on Sunday, August 25 at the Michael D. Palm Theatre. Ken Burns will be in attendance to introduce the film, entertain a Q&A, and participate in a book and DVD signing after. Purchase Tickets online or call the Museum at 970.728.3344 to reserve your spot! 

  • The Town of Telluride is asking the public to be aware of Monsoonal Flooding of Cornet Creek. Keep an eye on the creek and how it is flowing. Prolonged wet weather and localized heavy rainfall can trigger debris flow and flooding. If there is a flooding event, shelter in place on a second floor if possible. You can sign-up for CodeRED emergency notifications at www.sanmigulcountyco.gov

  • The San Miguel Housing Authority’s housing lottery for Longwill16 and Silver Jack is now open. It closes Thursday, August 29th at noon. For guidelines and an application, visit smhra.org/lotteryinfo or stop by the SMRHA Office at 820 Black Bear Rd. #G17. Applications are accepted by appointment only.

  • The Palm’s Classic Film Series continues August 23rd with Spike Lee’s “Do the Right Thing.” Free admission, more info at tellurideplam.com.

  • Join the Town of Mountain Village’s Green Team for its annual Community Clean Up Day on Saturday, Aug. 24th. This year’s Clean Up will be based in Sunset Plaza. Registration is 9:30-10 a.m. to sign up for locations and receive trash bags to fill. Clean Up will take place from 10 a.m. to noon and there will be an after party from noon to 2 p.m. with music, games and food and drinks. There will be a raffle and prizes for best trash finds and trashbags will be provided. Please bring gloves and your re-usable cups and plates.

  • Telluride Karate Studio Fall Program starts September 3rd. Find a complete schedule at Telluride Karate Studio on Facebook. New students always welcome. Call Mr. Nepsky at 970.729.0644 for more information.

  • Telluride Adaptive Sports Program’s 21st Annual Bob Miller Memorial Golf Classic is looking for hole sponsors and prize donations. If you are interested, please contact events@tellurideadaptivesports.org.

  • This Friday, August 24th, the Transfer Warehouse is having an Art & Sound KIKI, 3-10pm. Come experience contemporary arts exhibitions by local and CO based visual artists. A dance party with progressive music starts at 9pm. 

  • Bootdoctors’ Annual Free Customer Appreciation Barbecue is this Friday, August 23rd, 2 pm - 5 pm at the Bootdoctors in Mountain Village.

  • The Town of Telluride’s Commission for Community Assistance, Arts and Special Events (CCAASE), is accepting applications for 2020 funding. Grant guidelines and applications are available at https://telluride.gosmart.org/. All grant applications are due by midnight, September 23rd.

  • The Center for Mental Health Telluride invites the public to a community open house to tour the new behavioral health location in Telluride and meet their local staff. Thursday, August 29th from 1-3 p.m at 238 E. Colorado Ave., Suite 9 (Located above U.S. Bank.) Call 970.252.3200 for more information – No RSVP necessary.

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Aug
19
6:00 AM06:00

Monday August 19

Born on this day:  ABBY LIFTON-ZOLINE, LEE-ANN LYNAM, JENIFER MEADOWS, DAVID MUSOLF, KEVIN KELL, GRADY LEE, BARB LOKEN, KRISTEN MURPHY,  MITZI MILLEN, LAURALEE HUNTER, BILL CLINTON, TIPPER GORE, JILL ST. JOHN, CHRISTIAN SLATER, GINGER BAKER,  DAN REHM

At the Nugget:     5:30pm & 8:30pm  ONCE UPON A TIME IN… HOLLYWOOD (2h 41min  R)   

 

  • Own a piece of history! KOTO is auctioning a one-of-a-kind guitar, crafted from a piece of the original Fred Shellman Memorial Stage. The KOTOcaster is a semi hollow body, single pickup electric guitar, made from 30-year-old historic pine. Call the KOTO office at 970-728-4334 or email heidi@koto.org to place your bid and support your favorite radio station. For more information on the guitar, call Tom and Warren at Telluride Music Company at 970-728-9592. The Auction ends September 15th!

  • Telluride Ski Resort will begin helicopter flight operations starting today and continuing through mid-September. Operational hours will be Monday through Friday, 6:30am to 6:00pm. Due to the flight path and project scope, certain trails will be closed to keep all trail users safe and out of harm’s way during operational hours. These trails include See Forever, Basin, Prospect Trail and Prospect Loop.

  • The San Juan Chamber MusicFest begins today and continues through August 21st, with events taking place in Ouray, Ridgway and Montrose. Visit ocpag.org to learn more.

  • The CSU Extension Office is offering a Greenhouse Management Class on Saturday, August 24th 9:30 to noon at the Placerville Schoolhouse for the class. Please call 970-327-4393 to reserve your spot.

  • The Wilkinson Library will host stargazing with Ramona. Tomorrow night, on the Terrace, weather permitting, 9pm.

  • Friday, August 23rd, local singers, dancers, comedians, and other artists will present a Vaudeville performance at the Telluride Transfer Warehouse, 8pm.

  • The Palm’s Classic Film Series continues August 23rd with Spike Lee’s “Do the Right Thing.” Free admission, more info at tellurideplam.com.

  • This Friday, August 24th, the Transfer Warehouse is having an Art & Sound KIKI, 3-10pm. Come experience contemporary arts exhibitions by local and CO based visual artists. A dance party with progressive music starts at 9pm.  

  • Join the Town of Mountain Village’s Green Team for its annual Community Clean Up Day on Saturday, Aug. 24th. This year’s Clean Up will be based in Sunset Plaza. Registration is 9:30-10 a.m. to sign up for locations and receive trash bags to fill. Clean Up will take place from 10 a.m. to noon and there will be an after party from noon to 2 p.m. with music, games and food and drinks. There will be a raffle and prizes for best trash finds and trashbags will be provided. Please bring gloves and your re-usable cups and plates.

  • Writer and poet Albert Flynn DeSilver will present a writing & mindfulness workshop at the Wilkinson Library, Thursday, August 22 at 6:00 PM. More information can be found at www.albertflynndesilver.com

  • Telluride Karate Studio Fall Program starts September 3rd. Find a complete schedule at Telluride Karate Studio on Facebook. New students always welcome. Call Mr. Nepsky at 970.729.0644 for more information.

  • There will be a Hunter Education class at the Mountain Village Fire Station, Saturday, August 24th. This is Part Two of the class.  Students must register at cpw.state.co.us and complete Part One before August 23rd.

  • Telluride Adaptive Sports Program’s 21st Annual Bob Miller Memorial Golf Classic is looking for hole sponsors and prize donations. If you are interested, please contact events@tellurideadaptivesports.org.

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Aug
18
6:00 AM06:00

Sunday August 18

Birthdays:  JIM LOONEY, PATRICK SWAZYE, ROSALYN CARTER, ROBERT REDFORD, SHELLY WINTERS, MADELINE STOWE, MARTIN MULL, CRAIG PARAZZI, PETER RICCIARDELLI, JANIE WEINER, GRETCHEN & KRISTEN FRYLING, CREIGHTON HART, NINA KOTHE, STAN PHILLIPS, AVENA CAMPBELL, DOUG HOFER, CHRIS HAZEN, BRIAN MECKE,  DAVID OYSTER, BUNZIE BUNWORTH, ART GOODTIMES, ROSS DUPUIS, BABY KLINGSPORN-COLE

At the Nugget:   5:30pm & 8:30pm  ONCE UPON A TIME IN… HOLLYWOOD (2h 41min  R)   

 

 

  • The Town of Telluride is asking the public to be aware of Monsoonal Flooding of Cornet Creek. Keep an eye on the creek and how it is flowing. Prolonged wet weather and localized heavy rainfall can trigger debris flow and flooding. If there is a flooding event, shelter in place on a second floor if possible. You can sign-up for CodeRED emergency notifications at www.sanmigulcountyco.gov

  • The Palm’s Classic Film Series continues August 23rd with Spike Lee’s “Do the Right Thing.” Free admission, more info at tellurideplam.com.

  • The San Miguel Housing Authority’s housing lottery for Longwill16 and Silver Jack is now open. It closes Thursday, August 29th at noon. For guidelines and an application, visit smhra.org/lotteryinfo or stop by the SMRHA Office at 820 Black Bear Rd. #G17. Applications are accepted by appointment only.

  • The San Juan Chamber MusicFest begins tomorrow and continues through August 21st, with events taking place in Ouray, Ridgway and Montrose. Visit ocpag.org to learn more.

  • On July 20th, Joanne and Roudy Roudebush's Barn exploded in flames.  It contained a lifetime of cowboy paraphernalia and every piece of tack (saddles and bridles), collected over the course of his 40 years of cowboyisms. An account is set up at Alpine Bank and a GoFundMe has been set up at www.gofundme.com/f/roudy039s-barn-raising. A community gathering is in the works. Any donations of bridles, saddles, blankets, pads, bits and reins would be graciously accepted at that gathering or by appointment in Telluride or Norwood. Please contact Patti Duax at 970-729-0459 with any questions.

  • The CSU Extension Office is offering a Greenhouse Management Class on Saturday, August 24th 9:30 to noon at the Placerville Schoolhouse for the class. Please call 970-327-4393 to reserve your spot.

  • The Wilkinson Library will host stargazing with Ramona. Tuesday, August 20th. On the Terrace, weather permitting, 9pm.

  • Friday, August 23rd, local singers, dancers, comedians, and other artists will present a Vaudeville performance at the Telluride Transfer Warehouse, 8pm.

  • There will be a Hunter Education class at the Mountain Village Fire Station, Saturday, August 24th. This is Part Two of the class.  Students must register at cpw.state.co.us and complete Part One before August 23rd.

  • Join DJ Smiley Coyote at the Transfer Warehouse for a Mushroom Fest Afterglow Dance Party. Dance Your Magic, will feature sound healing performances, a virtual reality light display and more! Tonight, 7-10:30pm.

  • Telluride Ski Resort will begin helicopter flight operations starting Monday, Aug. 19 and continuing through mid-September. Operational hours will be Monday through Friday, 6:30am to 6:00pm. Due to the flight path and project scope, certain trails will be closed to keep all trail users safe and out of harm’s way during operational hours. These trails include See Forever, Basin, Prospect Trail and Prospect Loop.

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Aug
17
6:00 AM06:00

Saturday August 17

Birthdays: JEFF DOWNS, CATHERINE PETERSON, TOMMY WONG FARRELL, DAVID MacMILLAN, PETE SYME, RICH TOMBOLATO, JOHN POND, ROBERT DeNIRO, SEAN PENN,  MAUREEN O’HARA, BELINDA CARLISLE, RODNEY CROWELL, KEVIN WELCH, ELLEN ANN MUCKERMAN,  MAE WEST

At the Nugget:   5:30pm & 8:30pm  ONCE UPON A TIME IN… HOLLYWOOD (2h 41min  R)   

  • True North’s College & Career Conference will take place today, 10-am-5pm. This conference is for all high school students, parents, educators and young adults seeking support and information on college and post-high school opportunities. Sessions will take place at the Wilkinson Library and at the Telluride Arts HQ. For more information and a full schedule, visit truenorthyouthprogram.org/college-career- conference.

  • The San Miguel Sheriffs Office will host a National Weather Service (NWS) weather spotter training today, 12pm-2pm. The training will be at the Telluride Fire station, in the meeting room upstairs.

  • Movies Under the Stars Ratatouille tonight. Movies begin at 8:30pm in the Reflection Plaza.

  • Join DJ Smiley Coyote at the Transfer Warehouse this Sunday, August 18th, for a Mushroom Fest Afterglow Dance Party. Dance Your Magic, will feature sound healing performances, a virtual reality light display and more! 7-10:30pm.

  • Join the Town of Mountain Village’s Green Team for its annual Community Clean Up Day on Saturday, Aug. 24th. This year’s Clean Up will be based in Sunset Plaza. Registration is 9:30-10 a.m. to sign up for locations and receive trash bags to fill. Clean Up will take place from 10 a.m. to noon and there will be an after party from noon to 2 p.m. with music, games and food and drinks. There will be a raffle and prizes for best trash finds and trashbags will be provided. Please bring gloves and your re-usable cups and plates.

  • The Wilkinson Library will host stargazing with Ramona. Tuesday, August 20th. On the Terrace, weather permitting, 9pm.

  • Friday, August 23rd, local singers, dancers, comedians, and other artists will present a Vaudeville performance at the Telluride Transfer Warehouse, 8pm.

  • The Palm’s Classic Film Series continues August 23rd with Spike Lee’s “Do the Right Thing.” Free admission, more info at tellurideplam.com.

  • There will be a Hunter Education class at the Mountain Village Fire Station, Saturday, August 24th. This is Part Two of the class.  Students must register at cpw.state.co.us and complete Part One before August 23rd.

  • The Telluride Historical Museum will be screening Ken Burns' documentary, The Roosevelts: An Intimate History, Episode 5, The Rising Road on Sunday, August 25 at the Michael D. Palm Theatre. Ken Burns will be in attendance to introduce the film, entertain a Q&A, and participate in a book and DVD signing after. Purchase Tickets online or call the Museum at 970.728.3344 to reserve your spot!  

  • Telluride Ski Resort will begin helicopter flight operations starting Monday, Aug. 19 and continuing through mid-September. Operational hours will be Monday through Friday, 6:30am to 6:00pm. Due to the flight path and project scope, certain trails will be closed to keep all trail users safe and out of harm’s way during operational hours. These trails include See Forever, Basin, Prospect Trail and Prospect Loop.

  • The 15th Annual Steve Butts Memorial Golf Tournament, a benefit for the Telluride Ski and Snowboard Club, takes place this Sunday, August 18th. For more details and to register go to www.tssc.org and click “golf for a cause.”

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Aug
16
6:00 AM06:00

Friday August 16

Birthdays: MADONNA, L.L. COOL J, TIMOTHY HUTTON, ROBERT CULP, FESS PARKER, EYDIE GORME, FRANK & KATHY LEE GIFFORD, RICHARD HART, MICHELLE HILL, BOB CALLARD, RICH GILBERT, BRIAN MILLER, LYLA MAX, ANGELA BASSETT

At the Nugget:     5:30pm & 8:30pm  ONCE UPON A TIME IN… HOLLYWOOD (2h 41min  R)   

 

  • The Telluride Historical Museum will be screening Ken Burns' documentary, The Roosevelts: An Intimate History, Episode 5, The Rising Road on Sunday, August 25 at the Michael D. Palm Theatre. Ken Burns will be in attendance to introduce the film, entertain a Q&A, and participate in a book and DVD signing after. Purchase Tickets online or call the Museum at 970.728.3344 to reserve your spot!  

  • The CSU Extension Office is offering a Greenhouse Management Class on Saturday, August 24th 9:30 to noon at the Placerville Schoolhouse for the class. Please call 970-327-4393 to reserve your spot.

  • Writer and poet Albert Flynn DeSilver will present a writing & mindfulness workshop at the Wilkinson Library, August 22 at 6:00 PM. More information can be found at www.albertflynndesilver.com

  • Music on the Green presents the McCarthy Trio tonight at the Reflection Plaza, 5-7pm.

  • StoryTime on Tour is coming to the Ophir playground this Saturday at 10am.

  • Join DJ Smiley Coyote at the Transfer Warehouse this Sunday, August 18th, for a Mushroom Fest Afterglow Dance Party. Dance Your Magic, will feature sound healing performances, a virtual reality light display and more! 7-10:30pm.

  • Music on the Green presents the McCarthy Jazz Trio, tonight 5-7pm

  • True North’s College & Career Conference will take place tomorrow, 10-am-5pm. This conference is for all high school students, parents, educators and young adults seeking support and information on college and post-high school opportunities. Sessions will take place at the Wilkinson Library and at the Telluride Arts HQ. For more information and a full schedule, visit truenorthyouthprogram.org/college-career- conference. Free and open to the public.

  • The San Miguel Sheriffs Office will host a National Weather Service (NWS) weather spotter training tomorrow from 12pm-2pm. The training will be at the Telluride Fire station, in the meeting room upstairs.

  • The Telluride Yoga Center, invites you to a free public talk on Kriya yoga, tonight, 7-8:15pm. A monk, from the Swami order, will discuss the ancient teachings of Kriya yoga meditation, as discussed in the book, The Autobiography of a Yogi. On Saturday, August 17 and Sunday, August 18, join the Yoga Center for initiations and technique training of this long held practice. For more info, call Jason at 970 729 0045.

  • Join the Town of Mountain Village’s Green Team for its annual Community Clean Up Day on Saturday, Aug. 24th. This year’s Clean Up will be based in Sunset Plaza. Registration is 9:30-10 a.m. to sign up for locations and receive trash bags to fill. Clean Up will take place from 10 a.m. to noon and there will be an after party from noon to 2 p.m. with music, games and food and drinks. There will be a raffle and prizes for best trash finds and trashbags will be provided. Please bring gloves and your re-usable cups and plates.

  • The Telluride Historical Museum will host a “Hike into History,” tomorrow, 9am-2pm in Waterfall Canyon in Ophir. Meet at the museum.

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Aug
15
6:00 AM06:00

Thursday August 15

Birthdays: VIRGINIA SCHWARTZ-EN-EGGER,  GARRET KOLAR, RUSSELL KELLY, CAROL KORN, RHONDA MUCKERMAN, JULIET WHITFIELD,  TONY HORNYAN, LINDA ELLERBEE, MIKE CONNERS, TESS HARPER, EDNA FERBER, ALLISON HORN, MIKE PALE

At the Nugget:  5:30pm & 8:15pm   ALADDIN  (2h 8min          PG)

 

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

  • There will be a community Back to School Night at the Wilkinson Library, tonight. 5:30-7pm.

  • KOTO’s Summer Fundraising starts this Friday, August 16th! Tune in as our own Al Dean “gets by with a little help from his friends.” KOTO is offering some great premiums during Guest DJ Day. A $50 donation will get you a “Stealie” t-shirt or a KOTO hat. A $100 donation will get you a t-shirt AND a hat!

  • Movies Under the Stars presents Dumbo, tonight and Ratatouille on Saturday, August 18th. Movies begin at 8:30pm in the Reflection Plaza.

  • StoryTime on Tour is coming to the Ophir playground this Saturday at 10am.

  • Winter 2019/2020 Vending Applications for the Town of Telluride are due today. Application forms are available at www.telluride-co.gov, at Town Hall (135 W. Columbia Ave. ) or by calling 970-728-2157.

  • True North’s College & Career Conference will take place Saturday August 17th 10-am-5pm. This conference is for all high school students, parents, educators and young adults seeking support and information on college and post-high school opportunities. Sessions will take place at the Wilkinson Library and at the Telluride Arts HQ. For more information and a full schedule, visit truenorthyouthprogram.org/college-career- conference. Free and open to the public.

  • On July 20th, Joanne and Roudy Roudebush's Barn exploded in flames.  It contained a lifetime of cowboy paraphernalia and every piece of tack (saddles and bridles), collected over the course of his 40 years of cowboyisms. An account is set up at Alpine Bank and a GoFundMe has been set up at www.gofundme.com/f/roudy039s-barn-raising. A community gathering is in the works. Any donations of bridles, saddles, blankets, pads, bits and reins would be graciously accepted at that gathering or by appointment in Telluride or Norwood. Please contact Patti Duax at 970-729-0459 with any questions.

  • The San Miguel Housing Authority’s housing lottery for Longwill16 and Silver Jack is now open. It closes Thursday, August 29th at noon. For guidelines and an application, visit smhra.org/lotteryinfo or stop by the SMRHA Office at 820 Black Bear Rd. #G17. Applications are accepted by appointment only. There will be a site walk of Silver Jack tonight, 5pm. Meet in front of the WPL.

  • The San Miguel Sheriffs Office will host a National Weather Service (NWS) weather spotter training Saturday August 17 from 12pm-2pm. The training will be at the Telluride Fire station, in the meeting room upstairs.

  • Music on the Green presents the McCarthy Trio tomorrow night at the Reflection Plaza, 5-7pm.

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