May
21
6:00 AM06:00

Tuesday May 21

Born on this day: RON ISLEY, JUDGE REINHOLD, PEGGY CASS, RAYMOND BURR, MR. T, JILL BURCHMORE, LARRY ROSEN

At the Nugget:  7pm   AVENGERS: END GAME (PG-13 3hrs)

 

  • The Wilkinson Library will continue its series “Tackling Tough Topics,” with a discussion on race and the book, White Fragility. Tonight at 5:30pm.

  • Age-specific Parenting Workshops will be offered throughout the Month of May. This week, the discussion will be on Drugs and Alcohol. Today, May 21st, parents with children grades 3-6 will meet at the Ah Haa School. Tomorrow, May 22nd, parents of children grades K-2 will meet at the Elementary School. On Thursday, May 23rd, parents with middle school and high schoolers will meet at the Ah Haa School. For more information contact Clea Willow at 970.728.5613 or email clea@brightfuturesforchildren.org

  • The Telluride Institute, the Doris Duke Conservation Scholars program and Freshwater Life, a new local nonprofit conservation organization, welcome you to an evening of music, mingling, and stories of conservation successes. Friday, May 24th, at Ghost Town, 6pm.

  • The St. Mary’s Blood Mobile will be at the Telluride Courthouse, Thursday, May 23rd. Come and donate blood any time between 11:00 am and 2:00 pm.

  • Join the Telluride Historical Museum in celebrating the opening of their newest exhibit, If These Walls Could Talk: Preservation & Change, Thursday, June 6th, 6-8pm. Immerse yourself in the built landscape of the box canyon and discover why Telluride looks the way it does. This is a FREE evening at the museum complete with beverages and light fare. All are welcome. The Museum re-opens for the summer season Friday, June 3rd.

  • Telluride Adaptive Sports Program is pleased to present Operation Encore on Saturday, June 8th. Operation Encore is a collection of highly talented singer/songwriters, who have also served in the U.S. military with tours including Iraq and Afghanistan. For more information on the show or on Operation Encore, please contact Caroline Grew at events@tellurideadaptivesports.org. Doors are at 7pm, Music begins at 8pm.

  • True North kicks off the 2nd annual Summer Service Series for teens, in partnership with Telluride Adaptive Sports Program, May 29th, 3:30-5:30pm, at La Cocina. For more info or to register, email loren@truenorthyouthprogram.org or call 970.708.1986

  • On May 24th, join the Fresh Food Hub in Norwood for a screening of the film “How We Grow,” followed by dinner. Dinner at 5:30pm, film at 6pm. Call or text Leila if you would like to volunteer for food service at 510-205-4550.

  • Join the Wilkinson Public Library and Tri-County Health Network for another meeting of Death Café, a frank and open discussion about death. Tuesday, May 28th at the Placerville School House, 6pm.

View Event →

May
20
6:00 AM06:00

Monday May 20

Born on this day:  LUCI COIT, JAMES STEWART, BRONSON PINCHOT, JOHN & SUSAN COWSILL, BUSTA RHYMES, JOE COCKER, MICHAEL COLLINS, LINDSAY MCINTIRE & CHER

At the Nugget:  7pm   AVENGERS: END GAME (PG-13 3 hrs)

 

SMRHA is hosting Lottery Information Discussions. Learn about the Town of Telluride’s Lottery Process. There will be a Spanish Interpreter at Every Meeting. The next meeting is tonight, 5-6pm in the Magazine Room at the WPL.

The Wilkinson Library will continue its series “Tackling Tough Topics,” with a discussion on race and the book, White Fragility. Discussion is tomorrow at 5:30pm.

Registration is open for Tri County Health’s Upcoming courses on Adult and Youth Mental Health First Aid. On Tuesday, May 21st, the “Youth Mental Health First Aid,” designed for adults who regularly interact with or work with youth, will meet at the Telluride Fire Station, 9am-5pm. On Friday, May 31st, “Adult Mental Health Fist Aid” will meet at the Ah Haa School, 9am-5pm. The Adult class provides the skills to help your adult friends, family members and coworkers. To register and to find out more, visit tchnetwork.org or contact 970-708-7096.

On May 24th, join the Fresh Food Hub in Norwood for a screening of the film “How We Grow,” followed by dinner. Dinner at 5:30pm, film at 6pm. Call or text Leila if you would like to volunteer for food service at 510-205-4550.

Original Thinkers will host a free screening of “Running with Beto,” followed by a conversation with director David Modigliani. June 6th at the Nugget Theater. Film at 8pm.

True North kicks off the 2nd annual Summer Service Series for teens, in partnership with Telluride Adaptive Sports Program, May 29th, 3:30-5:30pm, at La Cocina. For more info or to register, email loren@truenorthyouthprogram.org or call 970.708.1986

The Telluride Institute, the Doris Duke Conservation Scholars program and Freshwater Life, a new local nonprofit conservation organization, welcome you to an evening of music, mingling, and stories of conservation successes. At Ghost Town, starting at 6pm, on Friday May 24. 

The Gondola will reopen on Thursday, May 23rd, for the summer season.

Expectant mothers are invited to meet the Telluride Med Center’s Primary Care Team to discuss prenatal and postpartum care, well-child checks and vaccines, altitude guidelines, and more. Mountain Mama 101 takes place June 4th at 500 W. Pacific, 5:30pm-6:30pm. For more information visit tellmed.org or call 970.728.3848.

The St. Mary’s Blood Mobile will be at the Telluride Courthouse, Thursday, May 23rd. Come and donate blood any time between 11:00 am and 2:00 pm.

Telluride Adaptive Sports Program is looking for volunteers for the summer season. For more information, please attend a quick informational meeting at the Telluride Library in the Telluride Room on Wednesday, May 22nd at 5pm. You may also call 970-728-2443 or email m.miller@TellurideAdaptiveSports.org for more info.

SMEF, the governing board of KOTO, will have its monthly meeting tonight, 5:00 pm in the Telluride Room at the Wilkinson Library. The public is always welcome to attend.

View Event →
May
19
6:00 AM06:00

Sunday May 19

Birthdays:   PETE TOWNSHEND, TOM SCOTT, GRACE JONES, DAVID HARTMAN, MARGARET COOPER, KEVIN GARNETT, & JOEY RAMONE

At the Nugget: 7pm   AVENGERS: END GAME (PG-13 3 hrs)

 

  • Today is the last day of the Telluride Literary Festival. For a complete schedule visit telluridelitfest.weebly.com.

  • SMRHA is hosting Lottery Information Discussions. Learn about the Town of Telluride’s Lottery Process. There will be a Spanish Interpreter at Every Meeting. The next meeting is tomorrow, May 20th, 5-6pm in the Magazine Room at the WPL.

  • The public is invited to attend the open house of Ghost Pocket Kitchen, today, May 19th, 2-5pm. Check out the new shared-commercial kitchen space with food, music, and tours of the space. Located at 757 Vance Dr. in Ilium. More info available at ghostpocketkitchen.com.

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

  • Tuesday, May 21st, the Wilkinson Library will continue its series “Tackling Tough Topics,” with a discussion on race and the book, White Fragility. Discussion begins at 5:30pm.

  • On May 24th, join the Fresh Food Hub in Norwood for a screening of the film “How We Grow,” followed by dinner. Dinner at 5:30pm, film at 6pm. Call or text Leila if you would like to volunteer for food service at 510-205-4550.

  • Registration is open for Tri County Health’s Upcoming courses on Adult and Youth Mental Health First Aid. On Tuesday, May 21st, the “Youth Mental Health First Aid,” designed for adults who regularly interact with or work with youth, will meet at the Telluride Fire Station, 9am-5pm. On Friday, May 31st, “Adult Mental Health Fist Aid” will meet at the Ah Haa School, 9am-5pm. The Adult class provides the skills to help your adult friends, family members and coworkers. To register and to find out more, visit tchnetwork.org or contact 970-708-7096.

  • Telluride Adaptive Sports Program is looking for volunteers for the summer season. As a non-profit, we offer outdoor recreation to individuals living with disabilities. For more information, please attend a quick informational meeting at the Telluride Library in the Telluride Room on Wednesday, May 22nd at 5pm. You may also call 970-728-2443 or email m.miller@TellurideAdaptiveSports.org for more info.

  • WIN and Emerge Colorado are hosting a free, one-day workshop in Durango on June 1st for women and non-binary people of the western slope who are interested in learning about running for office. Admission is free, but you must sign up in advance by sending an email to joan@joanmay.org

View Event →
May
18
6:00 AM06:00

Saturday May 18

Birthdays: PERRY COMO, GEORGE STRAIT, REGGIE JACKSON, JAMES PERRIN, DONNA FERNALD, JERRY OYAMA, ERIN HESS, JENNIFER MURRAY, BETH GRAY, KENJI MITSUKA, NANCY KWAN, PERNELL ROBERTS, & POPE JOHN PAUL 

At the Nugget:   7pm   AVENGERS: END GAME (PG-13 3 hrs)

 

  • Today is the final day of the Regional Spring Clean-up in Telluride. Located at the Carhenge parking lot. General spring clean-up will be offered today, 9am – 4pm. Household and garden refuse, scrap metal and appliances, tires and more will be accepted. Electronics will be accepted today, 9am – 1pm. Accepting office electronics and other miscellaneous equipment. Household hazardous waste disposal will be accepted today, 9am – 1pm ONLY. Paints and solvents, household batteries, motor oil and vehicle fluids, fluorescent bulbs and ballasts, expired medications for pets and humans will be accepted. Please visit www.sanmiguelco.gov or contact info@ecoactionpartners.com for more information and a list of fees.

  • The Telluride Literary Festival continues today through tomorrow. For a complete schedule visit telluridelitfest.weebly.com.

  • The public is invited to attend the open house of Ghost Pocket Kitchen, tomorrow, May 19th, 2-5pm. Check out the new shared-commercial kitchen space with food, music, and tours of the space. Located at 757 Vance Dr. in Ilium. More info available at ghostpocketkitchen.com.

  • SMRHA is hosting Lottery Information Discussions. Learn about the Town of Telluride’s Lottery Process. There will be a Spanish Interpreter at Every Meeting. The next meeting is Monday, May 20th, 5-6pm in the Magazine Room at the WPL.

  • Registration is open for Tri County Health’s Upcoming courses on Adult and Youth Mental Health First Aid. On May 21st, the “Youth Mental Health First Aid,” designed for adults who regularly interact with or work with youth, will meet at the Telluride Fire Station, 9am-5pm. On Friday, May 31st, “Adult Mental Health First Aid” will meet at the Ah Haa School, 9am-5pm. The Adult class provides the skills to help your adult friends, family members and coworkers. To register and to find out more, visit tchnetwork.org or contact 970-708-7096.

  • Telluride Adaptive Sports Program is looking for volunteers for the summer season. For more information, please attend a quick informational meeting at the Telluride Library in the Telluride Room on Wednesday, May 22nd at 5pm. You may also call 970-728-2443 or email m.miller@TellurideAdaptiveSports.org for more info.

  • Tuesday, May 21st, the Wilkinson Library will continue its series “Tackling Tough Topics,” with a discussion on race and the book, White Fragility. Discussion begins at 5:30pm.

  • On May 24th, join the Fresh Food Hub in Norwood for a screening of the film “How We Grow,” followed by dinner. Dinner at 5:30pm, film at 6pm. Call or text Leila if you would like to volunteer for food service at 510-205-4550.

  • The St. Mary’s Blood Mobile will be at the Telluride Courthouse, Thursday, May 23rd. Come and donate blood any time between 11:00 am and 2:00 pm.

View Event →
May
17
6:00 AM06:00

Friday May 17

Birthdays:  SUGAR RAY LEONARD, DENNIS HOPPER, ENYA, JESSE WINCHESTER, TAJ MAHAL,  BOB SAGET, JOSEPH STERN, DIANE ADELSON, RON KANTER, ERIC TROMMER, PAUL GANDELL, BOB ARMSTRONG, APRIL RAINEY, MAUREEN O’SULLIVAN,  BETH RICHARDS, BIG JOE TURNER, BROOKS ROBINSON

At the Nugget:  7pm   AVENGERS: END GAME (PG-13 3hrs)

 

  • The 6th Annual Telluride Literary Arts Festival Features takes place this weekend, May 17-19. For the complete 2019 LitFest schedule and presenter bios, visit www.telluridelitfest.weebly.com

  • Today is the deadline for applications for Telluride Green Grants. Applications are available at telluride-co.gov and at ecoactionpartners.org. Green Grants provide help for the Telluride community in reducing its greenhouse gas emissions. 

  • The Regional Spring Clean-up in Telluride begins today! Located at the Carhenge parking lot. General spring clean-up will be offered today, 10am – 4pm, and tomorrow,  9am – 4pm. Household and garden refuse, scrap metal and appliances, tires and more will be accepted. Electronics will be accepted today, 12pm – 4pm and tomorrow, 9am – 1pm. Accepting office electronics and other miscellaneous equipment. Household hazardous waste disposal will be accepted Saturday, May 18th, 9am – 1pm ONLY. Paints and solvents, household batteries, motor oil and vehicle fluids, fluorescent bulbs and ballasts, expired medications for pets and humans will be accepted. Please visit www.sanmiguelco.gov or contact info@ecoactionpartners.com for more information and a list of fees.

  • Tuesday, May 21st, the Wilkinson Library will continue its series “Tackling Tough Topics,” with a discussion on race and the book, White Fragility. Discussion begins at 5:30pm.

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

  • Telluride Adaptive Sports Program is looking for volunteers for the summer season. For more information, please attend a quick informational meeting at the Telluride Library in the Telluride Room on Wednesday, May 22nd at 5pm. You may also call 970-728-2443 or email m.miller@TellurideAdaptiveSports.org for more info.

  • SMRHA is hosting Lottery Information Discussions. Learn about the Town of Telluride’s Lottery Process. There will be a Spanish Interpreter at Every Meeting. The next meeting is Monday, May 20th, 5-6pm in the Magazine Room at the WPL.

  • Registration is open for Tri County Health’s Upcoming courses on Adult and Youth Mental Health First Aid. On May 21st, the “Youth Mental Health First Aid,” designed for adults who regularly interact with or work with youth, will meet at the Telluride Fire Station, 9am-5pm. On Friday, May 31st, “Adult Mental Health Fist Aid” will meet at the Ah Haa School, 9am-5pm. The Adult class provides the skills to help your adult friends, family members and coworkers. To register and to find out more, visit tchnetwork.org or contact 970-708-7096.

  • The public is invited to attend the open house of Ghost Pocket Kitchen, Sunday, May 19th, 2-5pm. Check out the new shared-commercial kitchen space with food, music, and tours of the space. Located at 757 Vance Dr. in Ilium. More info available at ghostpocketkitchen.com.

View Event →
May
16
6:00 AM06:00

Thursday May 16

Born on this Day: JANET JACKSON, PIERCE BROSNAN, TORI SPELLING, SOOZE AUSTIN, SUSIE COIT, AMY TAYLOR, JAKE MORTELL, CHRIS BENNETT, LISA THOMPSON, KEVIN SMITH,  DEBRA WINGER, DINA NEMETH, WOODY HERMAN, HENRY FONDA, JONATHAN RICHMAN, LIBERACE

At the Nugget:    6:00pm   DUMBO     (1h 52min         PG)

 

  • Age-specific Parenting Workshops will be offered throughout the Month of May. Every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, 5:30-7pm. This week’s sessions will discuss Mental Health. Today, Thursday, May 16th, parents with middle school and high schoolers will meet at the Ah Haa School. For more information contact Clea Willow at 970.728.5613 or email clea@brightfuturesforchildren.org

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

  • The Telluride Foundation’s Sustainability Initiative will facilitate a community discussion on sustainability and food, tonight at the Black Box Theater, 5:30-7:30pm. There will be a film screening of “How We Grow,” followed by a panel discussion featuring Tri-County Health, Vicki’s Fresh Food Movement, the Fresh Food Hub of Norwood, and more.

  • The Regional Spring Clean-up in Telluride begins tomorrow! Located at the Carhenge parking lot. General spring clean-up will be offered May 17th, 10am – 4pm, and May 18th,  9am – 4pm. Household and garden refuse, scrap metal and appliances, tires and more will be accepted. Electronics will be accepted May 17th, 12pm – 4pm and May 18th, 9am – 1pm. Accepting office electronics and other miscellaneous equipment. Household hazardous waste disposal will be accepted May 18th, 9am – 1pm ONLY. Paints and solvents, household batteries, motor oil and vehicle fluids, fluorescent bulbs and ballasts, expired medications for pets and humans will be accepted. Please visit www.sanmiguelco.gov or contact info@ecoactionpartners.com for more information and a list of fees. If you are interested in volunteering for this event, please contact Cathy at cknight@telluride-co.gov or 970-728-2177.

  • Registration is open for Tri County Health’s Upcoming courses on Adult and Youth Mental Health First Aid. On May 21st, the “Youth Mental Health First Aid,” designed for adults who regularly interact with or work with youth, will meet at the Telluride Fire Station, 9am-5pm. On Friday, May 31st, “Adult Mental Health Fist Aid” will meet at the Ah Haa School, 9am-5pm. The Adult class provides the skills to help your adult friends, family members and coworkers. To register and to find out more, visit tchnetwork.org or contact 970-708-7096.

  • Telluride Adaptive Sports Program is looking for volunteers for the summer season. As a non-profit, we offer outdoor recreation to individuals living with disabilities. For more information, please attend a quick informational meeting at the Telluride Library in the Telluride Room on Wednesday, May 22nd at 5pm. You may also call 970-728-2443 or email m.miller@TellurideAdaptiveSports.org for more info.

  • Tuesday, May 21st, the Wilkinson Library will continue its series “Tackling Tough Topics,” with a discussion on race and the book, White Fragility. Discussion begins at 5:30pm.

  • Telluride Green Grant applications are available at telluride-co.gov and at ecoactionpartners.org. The deadline for applications is tomorrow, May 17th. Green Grants provide help for the Telluride community in reducing its greenhouse gas emissions. 

View Event →
May
15
6:00 AM06:00

Wednesday May 15

Born on this day: - K.T. OSLIN, BRIAN ENO, CHAZZ PALMINTERI, EMMITT SMITH, GEORGE BRETT, GEOFF HANSON, JOHN HOPKINS, GLORIA McKITTRICK, JOHN WEIRDSMA, JOHN ARNOLD,  ERIC LINDSTORM, MADELEINE ALBRIGHT, KATHERINE A. PORTER, BRENDAN CLARKE,  BARBARA LUDWIG, BILL MATTSON, RICHARD DALEY, TRINI LOPEZ,

At the Nugget: 6:00pm   DUMBO     (1h 52min   PG)

 

  • The public is invited to a free screening of “Hippie Family Values,” an intimate chronicle of hippie elders and their adult children, filmed over a 10-year period at a communal ranch in New Mexico.  The documentary will be followed by discussion with filmmaker Beverly Seckinger and film participants Dulcie Clarkson Ford, Charris Ford, and Kate Brown. Tonight at 6:00 pm at the WPL.

  • Age-specific Parenting Workshops will be offered throughout the Month of May. Every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, 5:30-7pm. This week’s sessions will discuss Mental Health. Today, Wednesday, May 15th, parents of children grades K-2 will meet at the Elementary School. Tomorrow, May 16th, parents with middle school and high schoolers will meet at the Ah Haa School. For more information contact Clea Willow at 970.728.5613 or email clea@brightfuturesforchildren.org

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

  • The 6th Annual Telluride Literary Arts Festival is this weekend, May 17-19. For the complete 2019 LitFest schedule and presenter bios, visit www.telluridelitfest.weebly.com

  • The Telluride Foundation’s Sustainability Initiative will facilitate a community discussion on sustainability and food tomorrow, May 16th, at the Black Box Theater, 5:30-7:30pm. There will be a film screening of “How We Grow,” followed by a panel discussion featuring Tri-County Health, Vicki’s Fresh Food Movement, the Fresh Food Hub of Norwood, and more.

  • WIN and Emerge Colorado are hosting a free, one-day workshop in Durango on June 1st for women and non-binary people of the western slope who are interested in learning about running for office. Admission is free, but you must sign up in advance by sending an email to joan@joanmay.org

  • The Regional Spring Clean-up in Telluride is just around the corner! Located at the Carhenge parking lot. General spring clean-up will be offered May 17th, 10am – 4pm, and May 18th,  9am – 4pm. Household and garden refuse, scrap metal and appliances, tires and more will be accepted. Electronics will be accepted May 17th, 12pm – 4pm and May 18th, 9am – 1pm.

  • Accepting office electronics and other miscellaneous equipment. Household hazardous waste disposal will be accepted May 18th 9am – 1pm ONLY. Paints and solvents, household batteries, motor oil and vehicle fluids, fluorescent bulbs and ballasts, expired medications for pets and humans will be accepted. Fees will apply. Please visit wwwsanmiguelco.gov or contact info@ecoactionpartners.com for more information and a list of fees. If you are interested in volunteering for this event, please contact Cathy at cknight@telluride-co.gov or 970-728-2177.

View Event →
May
14
6:00 AM06:00

Tuesday May 14

Born on this day:  GEORGE LUCAS, ROBERT ZEMECKIS, DAVID BYRNE, WENDY CRANK, BRETT McMILLEN, SALLY WHITING, LYNDA TUELLER, HAROLD GRAHAM, MARIANA BROTMAN, JIM PHELPS, CATE BLANCHETT, BRENDAN CLARK, BOBBY RYDELL, JACK BRUCE, WILLS ARCHER

At the Nugget: 6:00pm   DUMBO     (1h 52min   PG)

 

  • Palm Arts and the Telluride Film Festival present the Best of the 35th Chicago International Children's Film Festival. Today at 2:15pm at the Palm Theater.

  • Age-specific Parenting Workshops will be offered throughout the Month of May. Every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, 5:30-7pm. This week’s sessions will discuss Mental Health. Today, Tuesday, May 14th, parents with children grades 3-6 will meet at the Ah Haa School. On Wednesday, May 15th, parents of children grades K-2 will meet at the Elementary School. On Thursday, May 16th, parents with middle school and high schoolers will meet at the Ah Haa School. For more information contact Clea Willow at 970.728.5613 or email clea@brightfuturesforchildren.org

  • CPR World is offering First Aid and CPR/AED training today, May 14th, 5:00-9:30pm at the Telluride Firehouse. Learn how to provide high-quality CPR and operate the Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) stationed around Telluride, Mountain Village, and San Miguel County until additional help arrives. Text or call Kevin at 729-2779 for more information.

  • Tri-County Health Network will host a talk on Suicide: Prevention, Aftermath and Healing. Kristina Daniel, LPC, ADS, will be speaking about suicide in our communities, how to help our communities heal and how to recognize the warning signs and help others.  She will also provide information and offer a free session of Auricular Acudetox, which has been shown to reduce anxiety, improve sleep, and reduce depressive symptoms.  Join TCH Network and Daniel today at the Ah Haa School, 11:00am-1:30pm.

  • Spanish Happy Hour @ Esperanza's is Thursday, May 16th at 5:00 pm. Practice Spanish with Jill and Gloria from the library and other Spanish speakers from the community. All levels are welcome!

  • The 6th Annual Telluride Literary Arts Festival is this weekend, May 17-19. For the complete 2019 LitFest schedule and presenter bios, visit www.telluridelitfest.weebly.com

  • The Telluride Foundation’s Sustainability Initiative will facilitate a community discussion on sustainability and food, Thursday May 16th, at the Black Box Theater, 5:30-7:30pm. There will be a film screening of “How We Grow,” followed by a panel discussion featuring Tri-County Health, Vicki’s Fresh Food Movement, the Fresh Food Hub of Norwood, and more.

  • Telluride Adaptive Sports Program is looking for volunteers for the summer season. As a non-profit, we offer outdoor recreation to individuals living with disabilities. For more information, please attend a quick informational meeting at the Telluride Library in the Telluride Room on Wednesday, May 22nd at 5pm. You may also call 970-728-2443 or email m.miller@TellurideAdaptiveSports.org for more info.

  • The Regional Spring Clean-up in Telluride is this Friday and Saturday. Located at the Carhenge parking lot. General spring clean-up will be offered May 17th, 10am – 4pm, and May 18th,  9am – 4pm. Electronics will be accepted May 17th, 12pm – 4pm and May 18th, 9am – 1pm. Household hazardous waste disposal will be accepted May 18th 9am – 1pm ONLY. Please visit www.sanmiguelco.gov or contact info@ecoactionpartners.com for more information and a list of accepted refuse and fees. If you are interested in volunteering for this event, please contact Cathy at cknight@telluride-co.gov or 970-728-2177.

  • The public is invited to a free screening of “Hippie Family Values,” an intimate chronicle of hippie elders and their adult children, filmed over a 10-year period at a communal ranch in New Mexico.  The documentary will be followed by discussion with filmmaker Beverly Seckinger and film participants Dulcie Clarkson Ford, Charris Ford, and Kate Brown. Wednesday, May 15th at 6:00 pm, at the WPL.

View Event →
May
13
6:00 AM06:00

Monday May 13

Born on this day:  STEVIE WONDER, DARIUS “HOOTIE” RUCKER, FABRICE “MILLI VANILLI” MORVAN, PETER GABRIEL, RICHIE VALENS, HARVEY KEITEL, DENNIS RODMAN, BEA ARTHUR, LEYLA WEFALLE, PAT CARY, ED JANUS, KEVIN KALAHANE, LORIN WHITELEY,  SALEEM AHMED,  ERIC BLAIS,  SPENCER CROUCH, STERLING WILLIAMS, KAREN HART, JESSICA TAGGART,  JOE LOUIS, JENNIFER THURSTON

At the Nugget:    6:00pm   DUMBO     (1h 52min PG)

 

  • SMRHA is hosting Lottery Information Discussions. Learn about the Town of Telluride’s Lottery Process. There will be a Spanish Interpreter at Every Meeting. The first meeting is tonight, 5-6pm in the Telluride Room at the WPL.

  • Tri-County Health Network will host 2 talks on Suicide: Prevention, Aftermath and Healing. Kristina Daniel, LPC, ADS, will be speaking about suicide in our communities, how to help our communities heal and how to recognize the warning signs and help others.  She will also provide information and offer a free session of Auricular Acudetox, which has been shown to reduce anxiety, improve sleep, and reduce depressive symptoms.  Join TCH Network and Daniel at the Norwood Community Center, tonight, 6-8:15pm and at the Ah Haa School tomorrow, 11:00am-1:30pm.

  • Please join the Progressive Women’s Caucus tonight at 5:30pm at the Telluride Library’s Program Room for “The Future is Female--An Evening of PWC Plotting and Scheming.” Special Guest Erika Zavaleta (Zah-vah-LET-uh) will discuss: Women, Conversation and Environmental Justice.

  • Palm Arts and the Telluride Film Festival present the Best of the 35th Chicago International Children's Film Festival. Tuesday, May 14th, at 2:15pm at the Palm Theater.

  • Spanish Happy Hour @ Esperanza's is Thursday, May 16th at 5:00 pm. Practice Spanish with Jill and Gloria from the library and other Spanish speakers from the community. All levels are welcome!

  • Telluride Adaptive Sports Program is looking for volunteers for the summer season. As a non-profit, we offer outdoor recreation to individuals living with disabilities. For more information, please attend a quick informational meeting at the Telluride Library in the Telluride Room on Wednesday, May 22nd at 5pm. You may also call 970-728-2443 or email m.miller@TellurideAdaptiveSports.org for more info.

  • The public is invited to a free screening of “Hippie Family Values,” an intimate chronicle of hippie elders and their adult children, filmed over a 10-year period at a communal ranch in New Mexico.  The documentary will be followed by discussion with filmmaker Beverly Seckinger and film participants Dulcie Clarkson Ford, Charris Ford, and Kate Brown. Wednesday, May 15th at 6:00 pm, at the WPL.

  • Get ‘Litʼ in Telluride, at the 6th Annual Telluride Literary Arts Festival Features Eclectic Events for Lovers of Books, Reading, and Poetry. May 17-19, 2019! For the complete 2019 LitFest schedule and presenter bios, visit www.telluridelitfest.weebly.com

  • The Regional Spring Clean-up in Telluride is just around the corner! Located at the Carhenge parking lot. General spring clean-up will be offered May 17th, 10am – 4pm, and May 18th,  9am – 4pm. Electronics will be accepted May 17th, 12pm – 4pm and May 18th, 9am – 1pm. Household hazardous waste disposal will be accepted May 18th 9am – 1pm ONLY. Please visit wwwsanmiguelco.gov or contact info@ecoactionpartners.com for more information and a list of fees. If you are interested in volunteering for this event, please contact Cathy at cknight@telluride-co.gov or 970-728-2177.

View Event →
May
12
6:00 AM06:00

Sunday May 12

Birthdays:  STEVE WINWOOD, GEORGE CARLIN, YOGI BERRA, DEB DION, TOVA DAVIS, GEORGE ALLEY, TOM FLEMING, LARRY STEVENS, MIKE KIMBALL, MICHAEL WILT , KATHERINE HEPBURN,  BURT BACHARACH, KIM FIELDS, STEVEN BALDWIN, EMILIO ESTEVEZ, GEORGE ALLEY,

At the Nugget:  5:00pm & 7:30pm     DUMBO    (1h 52min  PG)

 

  • There will be a Mother's Day Brunch at the Telluride Elks Lodge, today, 11am to 1pm. Mothers eat free!

  • Telluride Green Grant applications are available at telluride-co.gov and at ecoactionpartners.org. Applications are due May 17th. Green Grants provide help for the Telluride community in reducing its greenhouse gas emissions. 

  • Tri-County Health Network will host 2 talks on Suicide Prevention, Aftermath and Healing. Kristina Daniel, LPC, ADS, will be speaking about suicide in our communities, how to help our communities heal and how to recognize the warning signs and help others.  She will also provide information and offer a free session of Auricular Acudetox, which has been shown to reduce anxiety, improve sleep, and reduce depressive symptoms.  Join TCH Network and Daniel at the Norwood Community Center on May 13th, 6-8:15pm and at the Ah Haa School on May 14th, 11:00am-1:30pm.

  • SMRHA is hosting Lottery Information Discussions. Learn about the Town of Telluride’s Lottery Process. There will be a Spanish Interpreter at Every Meeting. The first meeting is Monday, May 13th, 5-6pm in the Telluride Room at the WPL.

  • The public is invited to a free screening of “Hippie Family Values,” an intimate chronicle of hippie elders and their adult children, filmed over a 10-year period at a communal ranch in New Mexico.  The documentary will be followed by discussion with filmmaker Beverly Seckinger and film participants Dulcie Clarkson Ford, Charris Ford, and Kate Brown. Wednesday, May 15th at 6:00 pm, at the WPL.

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

  • Get ‘Litʼ in Telluride, at the 6th Annual Telluride Literary Arts Festival Features Eclectic Events for Lovers of Books, Reading, and Poetry. May 17-19, 2019! For the complete 2019 LitFest schedule and presenter bios, visit www.telluridelitfest.weebly.com

  • Please join the Progressive Women’s Caucus tomorrow at 5:30 pm at the Telluride Library’s Program Room for “The Future is Female--An Evening of PWC Plotting and Scheming.” Special Guest Erika Zavaleta (Zah-vah-LET-uh) will discuss: Women, Conversation and Environmental Justice.

  • The Regional Spring Clean-up in Telluride is just around the corner! Located at the Carhenge parking lot on May 17th and 18th. General spring clean-up will be offered May 17th, 10am – 4pm, and May 18th,  9am – 4pm. Electronics will be accepted May 17th, 12pm – 4pm and May 18th, 9am – 1pm. Household hazardous waste disposal will be accepted May 18th 9am – 1pm ONLY. Please visit wwwsanmiguelco.gov or contact info@ecoactionpartners.com for more information and a list of accepted refuse and fees. If you are interested in volunteering for this event, please contact Cathy at cknight@telluride-co.gov or 970-728-2177.

View Event →
May
11
6:00 AM06:00

Saturday May 11

Birthdays:  BO BEDFORD, ERIC BURDON, MARY FAY SAMUELSON, CYNTHIA CHOICE, DON LaHUSKY, CHARLES MASSEY, DAVID SCHILLACI, TAMARA ROSSMAN, DAVID DEAN, ELIZABETH GAZ, IRVING BERLIN, TIM McGRAW, NATASHA RICHARDSON , PHILLIP CUMMINGS, DAVID DEAN, JOSH HESS, DAN MINOR,  PHIL SILVERS, IRVING BERLIN, SALVADOR DALI,  MARTHA QUINN, LENORE NICOLAY

At the Nugget:  5:00pm & 7:30pm     DUMBO    (1h 52min  PG)

 

  • Please join the Progressive Women’s Caucus on Monday, May 13th, at 5:30 pm at the Telluride Library’s Program Room for “The Future is Female--An Evening of PWC Plotting and Scheming.” Special Guest Erika Zavaleta (Zah-vah-LET-uh) will discuss: Women, Conversation and Environmental Justice.

  • SMRHA is hosting Lottery Information Discussions. Learn about the Town of Telluride’s Lottery Process. There will be a Spanish Interpreter at Every Meeting. The first meeting is Monday, May 13th, 5-6pm in the Telluride Room at the WPL.

  • The “Love Your Valley Festival” is today at the Ridgway Town Park. 1pm-6pm.

  • Mad River Theater Works Presents Wings of Courage, an original play with live music based on the life of Eugene Bullard, the first African-American combat pilot. Tonight at 7:00pm at the Michael D. Palm Theatre.

  • The Regional Spring Clean-up in Telluride is just around the corner! Located at the Carhenge parking lot on May 17th and 18th. General spring clean-up will be offered May 17th, 10am – 4pm, and May 18th,  9am – 4pm. Household and garden refuse, scrap metal and appliances, tires and more will be accepted. Electronics will be accepted May 17th, 12pm – 4pm and May 18th, 9am – 1pm. Accepting office electronics and other miscellaneous equipment. Household hazardous waste disposal will be accepted May 18th 9am – 1pm ONLY. Paints and solvents, household batteries, motor oil and vehicle fluids, fluorescent bulbs and ballasts, expired medications for pets and humans will be accepted. Fees will apply. Please visit wwwsanmiguelco.gov or contact info@ecoactionpartners.com for more information and a list of fees. If you are interested in volunteering for this event, please contact Cathy at cknight@telluride-co.gov or 970-728-2177.

  • Tri-County Health Network will host 2 talks on Suicide Prevention, Aftermath and Healing. Kristina Daniel, LPC, ADS, will be speaking about suicide in our communities, how to help our communities heal and how to recognize the warning signs and help others.  She will also provide information and offer a free session of Auricular Acudetox, which has been shown to reduce anxiety, improve sleep, and reduce depressive symptoms.  Join TCH Network and Daniel at the Norwood Community Center on May 13th, 6-8:15pm and at the Ah Haa School on May 14th, 11:00am-1:30pm.

  • Get ‘Litʼ in Telluride, at the 6th Annual Telluride Literary Arts Festival. May 17-19, 2019! For the complete 2019 LitFest schedule and presenter bios, visit www.telluridelitfest.weebly.com

  • Tickets are available for the Literary Festival’s Literary Burlesque performance, "Coming to Our Senses," at Between the Covers. The show is in the Block Box at the Michael D. Palm Theater on Saturday, May 18, at 8pm, doors at 7:30. Pop in to the shop Mon-Sat (10-5) or call 728-4504 during those same hours.

  • Palm Arts and the Telluride Film Festival present the Best of the 35th Chicago International Children's Film Festival. Tuesday, May 14th, at 2:15pm at the Palm Theater.

  • There will be a Mother's Day Brunch at the Telluride Elks Lodge, tomorrow, 11am to 1pm.

View Event →
May
10
6:00 AM06:00

Friday May 10

Birthdays:  DAN RIST, RACHEL ROBINSON, TOM SCHROEDL,  JIM BOWERS , BILL CUBBAGE, DONOVAN, DAVE MASON, BONO,  NANCY WALKER, CINDY GUINN, SID VICIOUS, CINDY FUSTING, KATHERINE DEVLIN, FRED ASTAIRE, PAT SUMMERALL,

At the Nugget:    5:00pm & 7:30pm     DUMBO    (1h 52min  PG)

 

  • The Rock and Roll Academy invites you to their Underground Black Box Rock Show! Tonight, starting at 5PM. Join 10 student bands as they rock the Black Box at this unforgettable FREE event! Black attire encouraged!

  • Please join the Progressive Women’s Caucus on Monday, May 13th,  at 5:30 pm at the Telluride Library’s Program Room for “The Future is Female--An Evening of PWC Plotting and Scheming.”

  • Special Guest Erika Zavaleta (Zah-vah-LET-uh) will discuss: Women, Conversation and Environmental Justice.

  • CCAASE is now accepting online applications for calendar dates for 2020. Applications can be found on the Town of Telluride’s website and are due by 5pm today. Call (970) 728-2059 or email jwontrobski@telluride-co.gov with any questions.

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

  • The “Love Your Valley Festival” is tomorrow, May 11th, at the Ridgway Town Park. 1pm-6pm.

  • The public is invited to a free screening of “Hippie Family Values,” an intimate chronicle of hippie elders and their adult children, filmed over a 10-year period at a communal ranch in New Mexico.  The documentary will be followed by discussion with filmmaker Beverly Seckinger and film participants Dulcie Clarkson Ford, Charris Ford, and Kate Brown. Wednesday, May 15th at 6:00 pm, at the WPL.

  • Spanish Happy Hour @ Esperanza's is Thursday, May 16th at 5:00 pm. Practice Spanish with Jill and Gloria from the library and other Spanish speakers from the community. All levels are welcome!

  • Mad River Theater Works Presents Wings of Courage, an original play with live music based on the life of Eugene Bullard, the first African-American combat pilot. Tomorrow, May 11th 7:00pm at the Michael D. Palm Theatre.

  • Tri-County Health Network will host 2 talks on Suicide: Prevention, Aftermath and Healing. Kristina Daniel, LPC, ADS, will be speaking about suicide in our communities, how to help our communities heal and how to recognize the warning signs and help others.  She will also provide information and offer a free session of Auricular Acudetox, which has been shown to reduce anxiety, improve sleep, and reduce depressive symptoms.  Join TCH Network and Daniel at the Norwood Community Center on May 13th, 6-8:15pm and at the Ah Haa School on May 14th, 11:00am-1:30pm.

  • SMRHA is hosting Lottery Information Discussions. Learn about the Town of Telluride’s Lottery Process. There will be a Spanish Interpreter at Every Meeting. The first meeting is Monday, May 13th, 5-6pm in the Telluride Room at the WPL.

  • The Sherbino Theater’s Sherb Talk series brings Garret Guinn to Ridgway, tonight. Guuinn will speak on Long Distance Hiking and the Path to the Single-Year Triple Crown. Doors at 7pm, talk at 8pm.

View Event →
May
9
6:00 AM06:00

Thursday May 9

Birthdays:  BILL BLUEHER, ELAINE FISCHER, LINDA ADAMS, LAEL FRUEN, JIM HARNESS, JOSH KENT, BILLY JOEL, HANK SNOW, ALBERT FINNEY, ANDY DARR, CANDICE BERGEN, MIKE WALLACE, DAVE PRATER OF SAM & DAVE, ROSARIO DAWSON

At the Nugget:  5:30     LITTLE         (1h 49min PG-13)

                             7:30     SHAZAM!     (2h 12min     PG-13)

 

  • Rosalind Wiseman, author of Queen Bees and Wannabees (basis for the film Mean Girls), will be speaking about issues most important to youth today and facilitating a discussion with Telluride Youth.  Tonight, May 9th, 6-8pm at the Michael D. Palm Theater. Doors open at 5:30pm. Dessert and a book signing to follow in the Palm lobby at 7:30pm.

  • Age-specific Parenting Workshops will be offered throughout the Month of May. Every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, 5:30-7pm. This week, the discussion will be on Setting Boundaries. Today, May 9th, parents with middle school and high schoolers will meet at the Ah Haa School. For more information contact Clea Willow at 970.728.5613 or email clea@brightfuturesforchildren.org

  • AJ Fullerton and Erick Stucky perform at the Sherbino Theater, tonight, 8pm.

  • The Annual K-12 Telluride School District Art Show takes place at the Palm Theater Lobby, today, 3:15-5pm.

  • Join other bibliophiles for Booze and Books at the West End Bistro, in the Hotel Telluride, tonight, 5:15pm.

  • CCAASE is now accepting online applications for calendar dates for 2020. Applications can be found on the Town of Telluride’s website and are due by 5pm tomorrow, May 10th. Call (970) 728-2059 or email jwontrobski@telluride-co.gov with any questions.

  • Palm Arts and the Telluride Film Festival present the Best of the 35th Chicago International Children's Film Festival. Tuesday, May 14th, at 2:15pm at the Palm Theater.

  • Mad River Theater Works Presents Wings of Courage, an original play with live music based on the life of Eugene Bullard, the first African-American combat pilot. Saturday, May 11th 7:00pm at the Michael D. Palm Theatre.

  • MET at the Palm presents Dialogues des Carmélites, live. Saturday, May 11th, 10:00am. Approx. runtime: 3:29 [1 Intermission].

  • SMRHA is hosting Lottery Information Discussions. Learn about the Town of Telluride’s Lottery Process. There will be a Spanish Interpreter at Every Meeting. The first meeting is Monday, May 13th, 5-6pm in the Telluride Room at the WPL.

  • To prepare for paving Fir St and Pacific Ave and for other construction-related projects, SMPA would like you to take note of these upcoming road closures: Thursday, May 2nd through Friday, May 10th: Fir St will be closed from Colorado Ave. to San Juan Ave. Pacific will be closed from the alley behind The Market and Baked in Telluride to library alley.  Parking on Fir in front of Baked in Telluride and The Market is slated to reopen in late May before MountainFilm.

  • The Rock and Roll Academy invites you to their Underground Black Box Rock Show! Friday, May 10th, starting at 5PM. Join 10 student bands as they rock the Black Box at this unforgettable FREE event! Black attire encouraged!

  • Please join the Progressive Women’s Caucus on Monday, May 13, at 5:30 pm at the Telluride Library’s Program Room for “The Future is Female--An Evening of PWC Plotting and Scheming.” Special Guest Erika Zavaleta (Zah-vah-LET-uh) will discuss: Women, Conversation and Environmental Justice.

View Event →
May
8
6:00 AM06:00

Wednesday May 8

 

Born on this day: BARBARA BETTS, VINCENT ESPOSITO, KENDRA WILCOX,  RICK HERRINGTON, CANDICE BERGEN, DON RICKLES, TONI TENILLE,  ALEX VAN HALEN, PETER BENCHLEY, KEITH JARRETT, MELISSA GILBERT,  SOPHIA BALME, HARRY TRUMAN, & RICK NELSON

At the Nugget:  5:30pm     SHAZAM!     (2h 12min     PG-13)

                             8:00pm     LITTLE     (1h 49min  PG-13)

 

  • SMPA is scheduling 3 electrical equipment upgrade projects during the first 2 weeks of May. This work requires multiple power outages. The final outage is scheduled for today, May 8th, 8:30am-12:30pm. This will affect the north side of Colorado between S. Oak and S. Fir St. More information can be found at smpa.com.

  • To prepare for paving Fir St and Pacific Ave and for other construction-related projects, SMPA would like you to take note of these upcoming road closures: Thursday, May 2nd through Friday, May 10th: Fir St will be closed from Colorado Ave. to San Juan Ave. Pacific will be closed from the alley behind The Market and Baked in Telluride to library alley.  Sidewalks will remain open. Parking on Fir in front of Baked in Telluride and The Market is slated to reopen in late May before MountainFilm.

  • A free legal clinic for parties who have no attorney will take place today, May 8th, 2:00 to 5:00 pm. Please call (970) 728-4519 to schedule an appointment.

  • SMRHA is hosting Lottery Information Discussions. Learn about the Town of Telluride’s Lottery Process. There will be a Spanish Interpreter at Every Meeting. The first meeting is Monday, May 13th, 5-6pm in the Telluride Room at the WPL.

  • Age-specific Parenting Workshops will be offered throughout the Month of May. This week, the discussion will be on Setting Boundaries. Today, May 8th, parents of children grades K-2 will meet at the Elementary School. On Thursday, May 9th, parents with middle school and high schoolers will meet at the Ah Haa School. For more information contact Clea Willow at 970.728.5613 or email clea@brightfuturesforchildren.org

  • The Rock and Roll Academy invites you to their Underground Black Box Rock Show! Friday, May 10th, starting at 5PM. This epic show will recreate the ambiance and high energy of urban clubs the Beatles played in Hamburg, Germany or the dives Blondie rocked in NYC in the 70s! Join 10 student bands as they rock the Black Box at this unforgettable FREE event! Black attire encouraged!

  • Mad River Theater Works Presents Wings of Courage, an original play with live music based on the life of Eugene Bullard, the first African-American combat pilot. Saturday, May 11th 7:00pm at the Michael D. Palm Theatre.

  • Rosalind Wiseman, author of Queen Bees and Wannabees (basis for the film Mean Girls), will be speaking about issues most important to youth today and facilitating a discussion with Telluride Youth.  Tomorrow, May 9th, 6-8pm at the Michael D. Palm Theater. Doors open at 5:30pm. Dessert and a book signing to follow in the Palm lobby at 7:30pm.

  •  The “Love Your Valley Festival” is this Saturday, May 11th, at the Ridgway Town Park. 1pm-6pm.

  • The Annual K-12 Telluride School District Art Show takes place at the Palm Theater Lobby, Thursday, May 9th, 3:15-5pm.

  • Join other bibliophiles for Booze and Books at the West End Bistro, in the Hotel Telluride, tomorrow, 5:15pm.

View Event →
May
7
6:00 AM06:00

Tuesday May 7

Born on this day: WILLARD SCOTT, TERESA BREWER, ROBBIE KNIEVEL, PAULA BLUEHER, ROBERT SAVATH, NOAH PRICE, LAURA SCHUMACK, ANN KENNEDY, JONATHAN FOOTE, EVA PERON, ROBERT BROWNING, JOHANNES BRAHMS & AMANDA UNGER, TIM RUSSERT

At the Nugget:  5:30pm     LITTLE     (1h 49min      PG-13)

        7:30pm     SHAZAM!     (2h 12min     PG-13)

 

  • Age-specific Parenting Workshops will be offered throughout the Month of May. This week, the discussion will be on Setting Boundaries. Today, May 7th, parents with children grades 3-6 will meet at the Ah Haa School. Tomorrow, May 8th, parents of children grades K-2 will meet at the Elementary School. On Thursday, May 9th, parents with middle school and high schoolers will meet at the Ah Haa School. For more information contact Clea Willow at 970.728.5613 or email clea@brightfuturesforchildren.org

  • Join Susie St.Onge tonight at 5:30 pm for Mindfulness Meditation for Everyone: Practicing Resilience. At the WPL.

  • The “Love Your Valley Festival” is this Saturday, May 11th, at the Ridgway Town Park. 1pm-6pm.

  • A free legal clinic for parties who have no attorney will take place Wednesday, May 8th, 2:00 to 5:00 pm. Please call (970) 728-4519 to schedule an appointment.

  • Mad River Theater Works Presents Wings of Courage, an original play with live music based on the life of Eugene Bullard, the first African-American combat pilot. Saturday, May 11th 7:00pm at the Michael D. Palm Theatre.

  • SMRHA is hosting Lottery Information Discussions. Learn about the Town of Telluride’s Lottery Process. There will be a Spanish Interpreter at Every Meeting. The first meeting is Monday, May 13th, 5-6pm in the Telluride Room at the WPL.

  • SMPA is scheduling 3 electrical equipment upgrade projects during the first 2 weeks of May. This work requires multiple power outages. The second outage will be today, May 7th, 8:30am-5:30pm and will effect the south side of Colorado Ave and the north side of Pacific, between Fir and Pine St. The final outage is scheduled for May 8th, 8:30am-12:30pm. This will affect the north side of Colorado between S. Oak and S. Fir St. More information can be found at smpa.com.

  • To prepare for paving Fir St and Pacific Ave and for other construction-related projects, SMPA would like you to take note of these upcoming road closures: Thursday, May 2nd through Friday, May 10th: Fir St will be closed from Colorado Ave. to San Juan Ave. Pacific will be closed from the alley behind The Market and Baked in Telluride to library alley.  Sidewalks will remain open. Parking on Fir in front of Baked in Telluride and The Market is slated to reopen in late May before MountainFilm.

  • Rosalind Wiseman, author of Queen Bees and Wannabees (basis for the film Mean Girls), will be speaking about issues most important to youth today and facilitating a discussion with Telluride Youth.  Thursday, May 9th, 6-8pm at the Michael D. Palm Theater. Doors open at 5:30pm. Dessert and a book signing to follow in the Palm lobby at 7:30pm.

  • The Rock and Roll Academy invites you to their Underground Black Box Rock Show! Friday, May 10th, starting at 5PM. This epic show will recreate the ambiance and high energy of urban clubs the Beatles played in Hamburg, Germany or the dives Blondie rocked in NYC in the 70s! Join 10 student bands as they rock the Black Box at this unforgettable FREE event! Black attire encouraged!

View Event →
May
6
6:00 AM06:00

Monday May 6

Born on this day:  BOB SEGER, GEORGE CLOONEY, PEGGY LEE, WILLIE MAYS, MARY MacGREGOR, AMY LEVITAS, CHRISTINA McLEAN, HEATHER STARR, CYNTHIA HOCKING, JACQUELINE WADLINGTON, TONY BLAIR,  AMY PETERSON,  HEATHER CUSICK, AMAYA GRACE BROOKS

At the Nugget:  5:30pm     SHAZAM!     (2h 12min     PG-13)

                        8:00pm     LITTLE     (1h 49min   PG-13)

 

 

  • The Trailblazing Women of Documentary Film series at the WPL presents “Step,” directed by Amanda Lipitz. Tonight, May 6th, film at 6pm.

  • CCAASE is now accepting online applications for calendar dates for 2020. Applications can be found on the Town of Telluride’s website and are due by 5pm on May 10th. Call (970) 728-2059 or email jwontrobski@telluride-co.gov with any questions.

  • Telluride Green Grant applications are available at telluride-co.gov and at ecoactionpartners.org. Applications are due May 17th. Green Grants provide help for the Telluride community in reducing its greenhouse gas emissions. 

  • Join Susie St.Onge tomorrow, May 7th at 5:30 pm for Mindfulness Meditation for Everyone: Practicing Resilience. At the WPL.

  • A free legal clinic for parties who have no attorney will take place Wednesday, May 8th, 2:00 to 5:00 pm. By computer link, volunteer attorneys will answer questions, help fill out forms, and explain the process and procedure for all areas of civil litigation, including family law, property law, probate law, collections, appeals, landlord-tenant law, small claims, veterans issues, and civil protection orders. Please call (970) 728-4519 to schedule an appointment.

  • SMPA is scheduling 3 electrical equipment upgrade projects during the first 2 weeks of May. This work requires multiple power outages. The second outage will be May 7th, 8:30am-5:30pm and will effect the south side of Colorado Ave and the north side of Pacific, between Fir and Pine St. The final outage is scheduled for May 8th, 8:30am-12:30pm. This will affect the north side of Colorado between S. Oak and S. Fir St. More information can be found at smpa.com.

  • To prepare for paving Fir St and Pacific Ave and for other construction-related projects, SMPA would like you to take note of these upcoming road closures:Thursday, May 2nd through Friday, May 10th: Fir St will be closed from Colorado Ave. to San Juan Ave. Pacific will be closed from the alley behind The Market and Baked in Telluride to library alley.Sidewalks will remain open. Parking on Fir in front of Baked in Telluride and The Market is slated to reopen in late May before MountainFilm.

View Event →
May
5
6:00 AM06:00

Sunday May 5

Birthdays:   TAMMY WYNETTE,  ANNETTE BENING, MICHAEL ZINK, MATT GARRETT, JOHNNY STEVENS,  MADONNA SCALACCI, FAUSTO ESQUIVEL,

At the Nugget: 5:30pm    LITTLE    (1h 49min  PG-13)

                             7:30pm     SHAZAM!     (2h 12min   PG-13)

 

  • Candidates are wanted for 4 open seats on Mountain Village’s Town Council. Send a letter of intent and candidate biographical form (available at the MVTC website) to mvclerk@mtnvillage.org. Applications are due today by 5pm.

  • The final performance of the Young People’s Theater’s production of the Music Man is tonight, 6pm. Head to Sheridanoperahouse.com for more information.

  • A free legal clinic for parties who have no attorney will take place Wednesday, May 8th, 2:00 to 5:00 pm. Please call (970) 728-4519 to schedule an appointment.

  • The “Love Your Valley Festival” is this Saturday, May 11th, at the Ridgway Town Park. 1pm-6pm.

  • The Trailblazing Women of Documentary Film series at the WPL presents “Step,” directed by Amanda Lipitz. Tomorrow, May 6th, film at 6pm.

  • Join Susie St. Onge on Tuesday, May 7th at 5:30 pm for Mindfulness Meditation for Everyone: Practicing Resilience. At the WPL.

  • Plant Healthy Telluride would like to let everyone know that the Food Revolution Summit ends today.  It features 25 trusted authorities on food & health. Each day offers 3 talks in the morning. These talks will be available for replay for the next 24 hrs on-line. For more information and to sign-up, head to www.foodrevolutionsummit.org.

  • SMPA is scheduling 3 electrical equipment upgrade projects during the first 2 weeks of May. This work requires multiple power outages. The second outage will be May 7th, 8:30am-5:30pm and will effect the south side of Colorado Ave and the north side of Pacific, between Fir and Pine St. More information can be found at smpa.com.

  • To prepare for paving Fir St and Pacific Ave and for other construction-related projects, SMPA would like you to take note of these upcoming road closures: Thursday, May 2nd through Friday, May 10th: Fir St will be closed from Colorado Ave. to San Juan Ave. Pacific will be closed from the alley behind The Market and Baked in Telluride to library alley.  Parking on Fir in front of Baked in Telluride and The Market is slated to reopen in late May, before MountainFilm.

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

View Event →
May
4
6:00 AM06:00

Saturday May 4

 

Birthdays: RANDY TRAVIS, DICK DALE, ROXIE HORNER, TOM SPYKE, DAWN IRELAND, GEORGE WILL,  JOAN MAY,  MARGO ROTHMAN, WENDY BUCKO, JUSTIN LENT, KELLY BOCCHINI,  SYDNEY McCLENNAHAN, MATT BASHAM, MICHELE CRANDALL, SCOTT STRONG, HEIDI BALLARD, AUDREY HEPBURN, LANCE BASS

At the Nugget:   5:30pm     SHAZAM!     (2h 12min     PG-13)

                             8:00pm     LITTLE  (1h 49min  PG-13)

 

  • Marc Berger and the Ride Band will perform at the Sherbino Theater, tonight. Doors at 7:30, Music at 8:00.

  • The “Love Your Valley Festival” is this Saturday, May 11th, at the Ridgway Town Park. 1pm-6pm.

  • The Trailblazing Women of Documentary Film series at the WPL presents “Step,” directed by Amanda Lipitz. Monday, May 6th, film at 6pm.

  • Plant Healthy Telluride would like to let everyone know that the Food Revolution Summit continues through May 5th.  It features 25 trusted authorities on food & health. Each day offers 3 talks in the morning. These talks will be available for replay for the next 24 hrs on-line. For more information and to sign-up, head to www.foodrevolutionsummit.org.

  • SMPA is scheduling 3 electrical equipment upgrade projects during the first 2 weeks of May. This work requires multiple power outages. The second outage will be May 7th, 8:30am-5:30pm and will effect the south side of Colorado Ave and the north side of Pacific, between Fir and Pine St. The final outage is scheduled for May 8th, 8:30am-12:30pm. This will affect the north side of Colorado between S. Oak and S. Fir St. More information can be found at smpa.com.

  • The Young People’s Theater’s production of the Music Man continues their performance tonight through May 5th, 6pm nightly. Head to Sheridanoperahouse.com for more information.

  • Rosalind Wiseman, author of Queen Bees and Wannabees (basis for the film Mean Girls), will be speaking about issues most important to youth today and facilitating a discussion with Telluride Youth.  Thursday, May 9th, 6-8pm at the Michael D. Palm Theater. Doors open at 5:30pm. Dessert and a book signing to follow in the Palm lobby at 7:30pm.

  • A free legal clinic for parties who have no attorney will take place Wednesday, May 8th, 2:00 to 5:00 pm. Please call (970) 728-4519 to schedule an appointment.

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

View Event →
May
3
6:00 AM06:00

Friday May 3

Birthdays:  FRANKI VALLI,  JAMES BROWN, CHRISTOPHER CROSS, JASON GORDON, AMY DODGE, , LAUREL GEBHART, WYNONNA JUDD, GOLDA MEIR, DOUG HENNING, GEORGE BIGLEY, BRIDGET SCHULER, JOHNNY UNITAS

At the Nugget:  5:30pm    LITTLE    (1h 49min  PG-13)

                             7:30pm     SHAZAM!     (2h 12min   PG-13)

 

  • The Young People’s Theater’s production of the Music Man begins performance tonight through May 5th, 6pm nightly. Head to Sheridanoperahouse.com for more information.

  • CCAASE is now accepting online applications for calendar dates for 2020. Applications can be found on the Town of Telluride’s website and are due by 5pm on May 10th. Call (970) 728-2059 or email jwontrobski@telluride-co.gov with any questions.

  • Telluride Green Grant applications are available at telluride-co.gov and at ecoactionpartners.org. Applications are due May 17th. Green Grants provide help for the Telluride community in reducing its greenhouse gas emissions. 

  • Plant Healthy Telluride would like to let everyone know that the Food Revolution Summit continues through May 5th.  It features 25 trusted authorities on food & health. Each day offers 3 talks in the morning. These talks will be available for replay for the next 24 hrs on-line. For more information and to sign-up, head to www.foodrevolutionsummit.org.

  • Marc Berger and the Ride Band will perform at the Sherbino Theater, tomorrow. Doors at 7:30, Music at 8:00.

  • The Trailblazing Women of Documentary Film series at the WPL presents “Step,” directed by Amanda Lipitz. Monday, May 6th, film at 6pm.

  • Rosalind Wiseman, author of Queen Bees and Wannabees (basis for the film Mean Girls), will be speaking about issues most important to youth today and facilitating a discussion with Telluride Youth.  Thursday, May 9th, 6-8pm at the Michael D. Palm Theater. Doors open at 5:30pm. Dessert and a book signing to follow in the Palm lobby at 7:30pm.

  • SMPA is scheduling 3 electrical equipment upgrade projects during the first 2 weeks of May. This work requires multiple power outages. The second outage will be May 7th, 8:30am-5:30pm and will effect the south side of Colorado Ave and the north side of Pacific, between Fir and Pine St. The final outage is scheduled for May 8th, 8:30am-12:30pm. This will affect the north side of Colorado between S. Oak and S. Fir St. More information can be found at smpa.com.

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

View Event →
May
2
6:00 AM06:00

Thursday May 2

Born on this Day: LESLEY GORE, BIANCA JAGGER, SHARON SULLIVAN, KAIA VANPRAAG, JIM SOUKUP, MOLLY HARMON, MONA DeALVA, SUSAN FLAHERTY,  LAURA McCRORY,   LARRY GATLIN THEODORE BIKEL, LINK WRAY, AIDAN GREEN

At the Nugget: 7:00pm   THE AFTERMATH (1h 48min R)

  • Candidates are wanted for 4 open seats on Mountain Village’s Town Council. Send a letter of intent and candidate biographical form (available at the MVTC website) to mvclerk@mtnvillage.org. Applications are due May 5th by 5pm.

  • The Young People’s Theater’s production of the Music Man begins performances tomorrow through May 5th, 6pm nightly. Head to Sheridanoperahouse.com for more information.

  • Age-specific Parenting Workshops will be offered throughout the Month of May. Every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, 5:30-7pm. Parents are invited to attend workshops discussing Setting Boundaries, Mental Health and Drugs and Alcohol. The sessions are age specific. On Tuesday, parents with children grades 3-6 will meet at the Ah Haa School. On Wednesdays, parents of children grades K-2 will meet at the Elementary School. On Thursdays, parents with middle school and high schoolers will meet at the Ah Haa School. For more information contact Clea Willow at 970.728.5613 or email clea@brightfuturesforchildren.org

  • Plant Healthy Telluride would like to let everyone know that the Food Revolution Summit ends today. It features 25 trusted authorities on food & health. Each day offers 3 talks in the morning. These talks will be available for replay for the next 24 hrs on-line. For more information and to sign-up, head to www.foodrevolutionsummit.org.

  • Open Bard Poetry Reading at the Sherbino Theater presents Sandra Dorr of Grand Junction tonight at 6:30pm.

  • To prepare for paving Fir St and Pacific Ave and for other construction-related projects, SMPA would like you to take note of these upcoming road closures: Thursday, May 2nd through Friday, May 10th: Fir St will be closed from Colorado Ave. to San Juan Ave. Pacific will be closed from the alley behind The Market and Baked in Telluride to library alley.  Wednesday, May 1st through Friday, May 3rd: Upper portion of east alley closed. Parking spaces and garage behind Studio G will have access. Sidewalks will remain open. Parking on Fir in front of Baked in Telluride and The Market is slated to reopen in late May before MountainFilm.

View Event →
May
1
6:00 AM06:00

Wednesday May 1

Born on this day: RITA COOLIDGE, JUDY COLLINS,  BATMAN,  JOHN ROSENBERG, KATHY BRASINGTON, ROY CONOVITZ, JODIE SHIKE,  KIM BUNKER,  SHERRY NELSON, LINDA GAULKE, LAWRENCE SCANLON,  STACY STRICKLIN, AMY DRYDEN, PHAEDRA ELLIOTT,  TAMMY JIVERY,  GINGER McCLELLAN,  KELLY McDANIEL, NATHAN PRENDERGAST, PAUL TRULOCK,

At the Nugget: 7:00pm   THE AFTERMATH (1h 48min R)

  • Talking Gourds Poetry will host Naturalist Kathleen Cain of Denver. Today, The Wilkinson Public Library will host Cain at a free Walk ‘n Talk, today, May 1st from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. This month’s theme is trees/cottonwoods.

  • SMPA is scheduling 3 electrical equipment upgrade projects during the first 2 weeks of May. This work requires multiple power outages. The first outage is scheduled for today, May 1st, 8:30am-12:30pm and will affect the south side of Colorado Ave. and the north and south sides of Pacific Ave. between Oak and Aspen. The second outage will be May 7th, 8:30am-5:30pm and will effect the south side of Colorado Ave and the north side of Pacific, between Fir and Pine St. The final outage is scheduled for May 8th, 8:30am-12:30pm. This will affect the north side of Colorado between S. Oak and S. Fir St. More information can be found at smpa.com.

  • Candidates are wanted for 4 open seats on Mountain Village’s Town Council. Send a letter of intent and candidate biographical form (available at the MVTC website) to mvclerk@mtnvillage.org. Applications are due May 5th by 5pm.

  • It’s Spring cleaning time! Mark your calendars for the following Refuse Disposal Events. On Saturday, May 4th, 9am-3pm at the Norwood Fairgrounds, yard and household refuse will be accepted. On Friday, May 17th, Telluride-County Spring Cleanup will take place at Carhenge, 10am-3pm. Appliance, scrap metal, tires, vehicle batteries and other household and garden refuse will be accepted. Household Electronics will be accepted at both events. Saturday, May 18th, at Carhenge, Hazardous Waste will be accepted. Disposal fees may apply.

  • Plant Healthy Telluride would like to let everyone know that the Food Revolution Summit has started and runs through May 5th.  It features 25 trusted authorities on food & health. Each day offers 3 audio recorded talks in the morning and will be available for replay for the next 24hrs on-line. For more information, to sign-up and listen to the talks, head to www.foodrevolutionsummit.org.

  • CCAASE is now accepting online applications for calendar dates for 2020. Applications can be found on the Town of Telluride’s website and are due by 5pm on May 10th. Call (970) 728-2059 or email jwontrobski@telluride-co.gov with any questions.

  • Age-specific Parenting Workshops will be offered throughout the Month of May. Every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, 5:30-7pm. Parents are invited to attend workshops discussing Setting Boundaries, Mental Health and Drugs and Alcohol. The sessions are age specific. On Tuesday, parents with children grades 3-6 will meet at the Ah Haa School. On Wednesdays, parents of children grades K-2 will meet at the Elementary School. On Thursdays, parents with middle school and high schoolers will meet at the Ah Haa School. For more information contact Clea Willow at 970.728.5613 or email clea@brightfuturesforchildren.org

  • Open Bard Poetry Reading at the Sherbino Theater presents Sandra Dorr of Grand Junction tomorrow, May 2nd, at 6:30pm.

View Event →
Apr
30
6:00 AM06:00

Tuesday April 30

Born on this day:  RYAN KERR,  NICK OYSTER, BOBBY VEE,  WILLIE NELSON, BRUCE EASTERBROOKS, TOM MAY, KEVIN McGINLEY,  KIMBERLY KIRKENDOLL,  STEVE NELSON,  FRANK AVEY,  JILL CLAYBURGH,  MARTINIQUE DAVIS, WHIT RICHARDSON,  CHRISTOPHER STEWART,  KEVIN REIBEL,  CHERYL LOEBE

At the Nugget: 7:00pm   THE AFTERMATH (1h 48min R)

  • CCAASE is now accepting online applications for calendar dates for 2020. Applications can be found on the Town of Telluride’s website and are due by 5pm on May 10th. Call (970) 728-2059 or email jwontrobski@telluride-co.gov with any questions.

  • SMPA is scheduling 3 electrical equipment upgrade projects during the first 2 weeks of May. This work requires multiple power outages. The first outage is scheduled for tomorrow, May 1st, 8:30am-12:30pm and will affect the south side of Colorado Ave. and the north and south sides of Pacific Ave. between Oak and Aspen. The second outage will be May 7th, 8:30am-5:30pm and will effect the south side of Colorado Ave and the north side of Pacific, between Fir and Pine St. The final outage is scheduled for May 8th, 8:30am-12:30pm. This will affect the north side of Colorado between S. Oak and S. Fir St. More information can be found at smpa.com.

  • Age-specific Parenting Workshops will be offered throughout the Month of May. Every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, 5:30-7pm. Parents are invited to attend workshops discussing Setting Boundaries, Mental Health and Drugs and Alcohol. The sessions are age specific. On Tuesday, parents with children grades 3-6 will meet at the Ah Haa School. On Wednesdays, parents of children grades K-2 will meet at the Elementary School. On Thursdays, parents with middle school and high schoolers will meet at the Ah Haa School. For more information contact Clea Willow at 970.728.5613 or email clea@brightfuturesforchildren.org

  • Join the Pinhead Institute, Telluride Historical Museum, Bright Futures and many others in their annual celebration of children, “Dia de los Niños.” The celebration emphasizes the importance of literacy for children of all linguistic and cultural backgrounds. Today, April 30th, 2:15-4pm. At the WPL. Contact Paula at 728-4510 ext. 125 or email her at pciberay@telluridelibrary.org for more information.

  • Plant Healthy Telluride would like to let everyone know that the Food Revolution Summit has started and runs through May 5th.  It features 25 trusted authorities on food & health. Each day offers  3 talks in the morning and will be available for replay for the next 24 hrs. For more information and to sign-up, head to www.foodrevolutionsummit.org.

  • Join Jessica Eaddy of the Colorado Consortium for Prescription Drug Abuse Prevention tonight at the WPL, as she talks about public health and legislative initiative. There will be a training in naloxone- a synthetic drug that blocks opiate receptors in the nervous system and can stop an opioid overdose. Talk begins at 5:30pm.

  • Talking Gourds Poetry will host Naturalist Kathleen Cain of Denver. Today, April 30th, Talking Gourds will meet at Telluride Arts HQ at 6pm. The Wilkinson Public Library will also host Cain at a free Walk ‘n Talk, Wednesday May 1st from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. This month’s theme is trees/cottonwoods.

View Event →
Apr
29
6:00 AM06:00

Monday April 29

Born on this day: MICHELLE PFEIFFER, DANIEL DAY LEWIS,  TOMMY JAMES,  PETER JENNINGS, ALEJA, RAY PRINCE, JIM MILLER, ANGEL CHAKERES,  BILLY GADDIS,  JUSTIN WILLIAMSON,  TOM R. TAYLOR, ANDI KOVEL,  JERRY SEINFELD, ZUBIN MEHTA,   LARINDA CHAPPELL,  VERN GURHOLDT, MAX KENDALL, KATE PHINNEY,  JUSTIN WILLIAMSON

At the Nugget:  7:00   THE AFTERMATH (1h 48min R)

  • Plant Healthy Telluride would like to let everyone know that the Food Revolution Summit has started and runs through May 5th.  It features 25 trusted authorities on food & health. Each day offers 3 audio recorded talks in the morning and will be available for replay for the next 24hrs on-line. For more information, to sign-up and listen to the talks, head to www.foodrevolutionsummit.org.

  • It’s Spring cleaning time! Mark your calendars for the following Refuse Disposal Events. On Saturday, May 4th, 9am-3pm at the Norwood Fairgrounds, yard and household refuse will be accepted. On Friday, May 17th, Telluride-County Spring Cleanup will take place at Carhenge, 10am-3pm. Appliance, scrap metal, tires, vehicle batteries and other household and garden refuse will be accepted. Household Electronics will be accepted at both events. Saturday, May 18th, at Carhenge, Hazardous Waste will be accepted. Disposal fees may apply.

  • Registration is open for the Wilkinson’s local chef cooking class. Learn how to make dairy free Palak Paneer with Ashley Berard. Tonight, 6-8pm.

  • CCAASE is now accepting online applications for calendar dates for 2020. Applications can be found on the Town of Telluride’s website and are due by 5pm on May 10th. Call (970) 728-2059 or email jwontrobski@telluride-co.gov with any questions.

  • Join the Pinhead Institute, Telluride Historical Museum, Bright Futures and many others in their annual celebration of children, “Dia de los Niños.” The celebration emphasizes the importance of literacy for children of all linguistic and cultural backgrounds. Tomorrow, April 30th, 2:15-4pm. At the WPL. Contact Paula at 728-4510 ext. 125 or email her at pciberay@telluridelibrary.org for more information.

  • Age-specific Parenting Workshops will be offered throughout the Month of May. Every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, 5:30-7pm. Parents are invited to attend workshops discussing Setting Boundaries, Mental Health and Drugs and Alcohol. The sessions are age specific. On Tuesday, parents with children grades 3-6 will meet at the Ah Haa School. On Wednesdays, parents of children grades K-2 will meet at the Elementary School. On Thursdays, parents with middle school and high schoolers will meet at the Ah Haa School. For more information contact Clea Willow at 970.728.5613 or email clea@brightfuturesforchildren.org

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

  • Tickets are available for the Young People’s Theater’s production of the Music Man. Performances take place May 3rd-5th, 6pm nightly. Head to Sheridanoperahouse.com for tickets and more information.

  • Join Jessica Eaddy of the Colorado Consortium for Prescription Drug Abuse Prevention tomorrow at the WPL, as she talks about public health and legislative initiative. There will be a training in naloxone- a synthetic drug that blocks opiate receptors in the nervous system and can stop an opioid overdose. Talk begins at 5:30pm.

View Event →
Apr
28
6:00 AM06:00

Sunday April 28

Birthdays:  -JAY LENO, ANN MARGARET, PAUL RUUD, RICH SALEM, COULTER ADAMS, STU McCREDY, TINA PETERSON, MARY ELLINGTON, JEANNIE KROUGH, JAMES MONROE, HANS LARSON,  MARY ELLINGSON, ALICIA FOSTER, MARCELLO, STEPH THE RED

At the Nugget:  7:00   THE AFTERMATH (1h 48min R)

 

  • Telluride Green Grant applications are available at telluride-co.gov and at ecoactionpartners.org. Applications are due May 17th. Green Grants provide help for the Telluride community in reducing its greenhouse gas emissions. 

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

  • Registration is open for the Wilkinson’s local chef cooking class. On April 29th, Learn how to make dairy free Palak Paneer with Ashley Berard. 6-8pm.

  • Talking Gourds Poetry will host Naturalist Kathleen Cain of Denver. Talking Gourds will meet at the Meadowlark House in Norwood, tomorrow at 6:30pm. On Tuesday, April 30th, Talking Gourds will meet at Telluride Arts HQ at 6pm. The Wilkinson Public Library will also host Cain at a free Walk ‘n Talk, Wednesday May 1st from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. This month’s theme is trees/cottonwoods.

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

  • Join the Pinhead Institute, Telluride Historical Museum, Bright Futures and many others in their annual celebration of children, “Dia de los Niños.” The celebration emphasizes the importance of literacy for children of all linguistic and cultural backgrounds. Tuesday, April 30th, 2:15-4pm. At the WPL. Contact Paula at 728-4510 ext. 125 or email her at pciberay@telluridelibrary.org for more information.

  • Tickets are available for the Young People’s Theater’s production of the Music Man. Performances take place May 3rd-5th, 6pm nightly. Head to Sheridanoperahouse.com for tickets and more information.

  • SMPA is scheduling 3 electrical equipment upgrade projects during the first 2 weeks of May. This work requires multiple power outages. The first outage is scheduled for May 1st, 8:30am-12:30pm and will affect the south side of Colorado Ave. and the north and south sides of Pacific Ave. between Oak and Aspen. The second outage will be May 7th, 8:30am-5:30pm and will effect the south side of Colorado Ave and the north side of Pacific, between Fir and Pine St. The final outage is scheduled for May 8th, 8:30am-12:30pm. This will affect the north side of Colorado between S. Oak and S. Fir St. More information can be found at smpa.com.

View Event →
Apr
27
6:00 AM06:00

Saturday April 27

Birthdays:  KIM KERR, LYNN NYMIK, BILL MILLER, CHELSEA CLARK, NORM BENJAMIN, SHEENA EASTON, CASEY KASEM, CORETTA SCOTT KING, JONATHAN TUKMAN, JAMIE GREENWOOD, BRANDON CONOVITZ, NANCY HAWKINS

At the Nugget:  7:00   THE AFTERMATH (1h 48min R)

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

  • Registration is open for the Wilkinson’s local chef cooking class. On April 29th, Learn how to make dairy free Palak Paneer with Ashley Berard. 6-8pm.

  • CCAASE is now accepting online applications for calendar dates for 2020. Applications can be found on the Town of Telluride’s website and are due by 5pm on May 10th. Call (970) 728-2059 or email jwontrobski@telluride-co.gov with any questions.

  • It’s Spring cleaning time! Mark your calendars for the following Refuse Disposal Events. On Saturday, May 4th, 9am-3pm at the Norwood Fairgrounds, yard and household refuse will be accepted. On Friday, May 17th, Telluride-County Spring Cleanup will take place at Carhenge, 10am-3pm. Appliance, scrap metal, tires, vehicle batteries and other household and garden refuse will be accepted. Household Electronics will be accepted at both events. Saturday, May 18th, at Carhenge, Hazardous Waste will be accepted. Disposal fees may apply.

  • Talking Gourds Poetry will host Naturalist Kathleen Cain of Denver. April 29th, Talking Gourds will meet at the Meadowlark House in Norwood, 6:30pm. On Tuesday, April 30th, Talking Gourds will meet at Telluride Arts HQ at 6pm. The Wilkinson Public Library will also host Cain at a free Walk ‘n Talk, Wednesday May 1st from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. This month’s theme is trees/cottonwoods.

  • The Grand Opening of Telluride’s Youth Hangout is tonight, 5-9pm. Come support Telluride’s youth with food, games and fun. Ribbon Cutting at 5:30pm. At the Telluride Ski & Snowboard Club, 300 Mahoney Dr.

  • Tickets are available for the Young People’s Theater’s production of the Music Man. Performances take place May 3rd-5th, 6pm nightly. Head to Sheridanoperahouse.com for tickets and more information.

View Event →
Apr
26
6:00 AM06:00

Friday April 26

Birthdays:  TAMMY BURDEN, COURTLAND GREY, THOMAS ZOLINE, CAROL BURNETTE, DUANE EDDY & BOBBY RYDELL

At the Nugget:       7:00   THE AFTERMATH (1h 48min R)

  • The Annual Summer Teen Jobs Fair takes place today, April 26th, 3-6pm at the Wilkinson Library. There will be workshops upstairs from 3-4:30, with topics covering job applications, interview skills and a chance to fine tune and print your resume. From 4-6pm downstairs, local businesses who are offering summer jobs to teens will be on hand to provide information, applications, and network. Teens from anywhere in the region are welcome and encouraged to attend!

  • Join the Pinhead Institute, Telluride Historical Museum, Bright Futures and many others in their annual celebration of children, “Dia de los Niños.” The celebration emphasizes the importance of literacy for children of all linguistic and cultural backgrounds. Tuesday, April 30th, 2:15-4pm. At the WPL. Contact Paula at 728-4510 ext. 125 or email her at pciberay@telluridelibrary.org for more information.

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

  • Registration is open for the Wilkinson’s local chef cooking class. On April 29th, Learn how to make dairy free Palak Paneer with Ashley Berard. 6-8pm.

  • CCAASE is now accepting online applications for calendar dates for 2020. Applications can be found on the Town of Telluride’s website and are due by 5pm on May 10th. Call (970) 728-2059 or email jwontrobski@telluride-co.gov with any questions.

  • Tickets are available for the Young People’s Theater’s production of the Music Man. Performances take place May 3rd-5th, 6pm nightly. Head to Sheridanoperahouse.com for tickets and more information.

  • Talking Gourds Poetry will host Naturalist Kathleen Cain of Denver. April 29th, Talking Gourds will meet at the Meadowlark House in Norwood, 6:30pm. On Tuesday, April 30th, Talking Gourds will meet at Telluride Arts HQ at 6pm. The Wilkinson Public Library will also host Cain at a free Walk ‘n Talk, Wednesday May 1st from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. This month’s theme is trees/cottonwoods.

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

  • The Grand Opening of Telluride’s Youth Hangout is Saturday, April 27, 5-9pm. Come support Telluride’s youth with food, games and fun. Ribbon Cutting at 5:30pm. At the Telluride Ski & Snowboard Club, 300 Mahoney Dr.

  • SMPA is scheduling 3 electrical equipment upgrade projects during the first 2 weeks of May. This work requires multiple power outages. The first outage is scheduled for Wednesday, May 1st, 8:30am-12:30pm and will affect the south side of Colorado Ave. and the north and south sides of Pacific Ave. between Oak and Aspen. The second outage will be May 7th, 8:30am-5:30pm and will effect the south side of Colorado Ave and the north side of Pacific, between Fir and Pine St. The final outage is scheduled for May 8th, 8:30am-12:30pm. This will affect the north side of Colorado between S. Oak and S. Fir St. More information can be found at smpa.com.

View Event →
Apr
25
6:00 AM06:00

Thursday April 25

Birthdays: AL PACINO, RENEE ZELLWEGER, TIM DUNCAN,  MEADOWLARK LEMMON, RAMON ESCURE, & FRANNY PATRICIO,  DAVID NEPSKY

At the Nugget:  7:00  Us    (1h 56min R)

 

  • Talking Gourds Poetry will host Naturalist Kathleen Cain of Denver. April 29th, Talking Gourds will meet at the Meadowlark House in Norwood, 6:30pm. On Tuesday, April 30th, Talking Gourds will meet at Telluride Arts HQ at 6pm. The Wilkinson Public Library will also host Cain at a free Walk ‘n Talk, Wednesday May 1st from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. This month’s theme is trees/cottonwoods.

  • Telluride Green Grant applications are available at telluride-co.gov and at ecoactionpartners.org. Applications are due May 17th. Green Grants provide help for the Telluride community in reducing its greenhouse gas emissions. 

  • The Annual Summer Teen Jobs Fair takes place tomorrow, April 26th, 3-6pm at the Wilkinson Library. There will be workshops upstairs from 3-4:30, with topics covering job applications, interview skills and a chance to fine tune and print your resume. From 4-6pm downstairs, local businesses who are offering summer jobs to teens will be on hand to provide information, applications, and network. Teens from anywhere in the region are welcome and encouraged to attend!

  • Registration is open for the Wilkinson’s local chef cooking class. On April 29th, Learn how to make dairy free Palak Paneer with Ashley Berard. 6-8pm.

  • The Wilkinson Library, Tri-County Health and Christ Presbyterian Church will host a discussion about making the most of your (finite) life. This is part of the Death Café series, aimed at facilitating honest and frank discussions on death. At Christ Presbyterian Church, tonight at 5:30pm.

  • CCAASE is now accepting online applications for calendar dates for 2020. Applications can be found on the Town of Telluride’s website and are due by 5pm on May 10th. Call (970) 728-2059 or email jwontrobski@telluride-co.gov with any questions.

  • Tickets are available for the Young People’s Theater’s production of the Music Man. Performances take place May 3rd-5th, 6pm nightly. Head to Sheridanoperahouse.com for tickets and more information.

  • The Telluride Foundation and the Wilkinson Public Library present, “Digging into Demographics,” a workshop focused on helping non-profits tell their story with better statistical information. Today, April 25th, 1-3pm in the Library’s program room. RSVP to april@telluridefoundation.org or call 970.728.8717.

View Event →
Apr
24
6:00 AM06:00

Wednesday April 24

Born on this day: ANDY SAWYER, CLAY SKINNER, ROBIN ETU, WALLY KOCH, TIM KUDO, SHIRLEY MacLAINE & BARBARA STREISAND, ABEL AUSTIN PALMER

At the Nugget:  7:00  Us    (1h 56min R)

  • Thursday, April 25th, The Wilkinson Library, Tri-County Health and Christ Presbyterian Church will host a discussion about making the most of your (finite) life. This is part of the Death Café series, aimed at facilitating honest and frank discussions on death. At Christ Presbyterian Church, 5:30pm.

  • Telluride Green Grant applications are available at telluride-co.gov and at ecoactionpartners.org. Applications are due May 17th. Green Grants provide help for the Telluride community in reducing its greenhouse gas emissions. 

  • The Annual Summer Teen Jobs Fair takes place Friday, April 26th, 3-6pm at the Wilkinson Library. There will be workshops upstairs from 3-4:30, with topics covering job applications, interview skills and a chance to fine tune and print your resume. From 4-6pm downstairs, local businesses who are offering summer jobs to teens will be on hand to provide information, applications, and network. Teens from anywhere in the region are welcome and encouraged to attend!

  • Its Spring cleaning time! Mark your calendars for the following Refuse Disposal Events. On Saturday, May 4th, 9am-3pm at the Norwood Fairgrounds, yard and household refuse will be accepted. On Friday, May 17th, Telluride-County Spring Cleanup will take place at Carhenge, 10am-3pm. Appliance, scrap metal, tires, vehicle batteries and other household and garden refuse will be accepted. Household Electronics will be accepted at both events. Saturday, May 18th, at Carhenge, Hazardous Waste will be accepted. Disposal fees may apply.

  • Registration is open for the Wilkinson’s local chef cooking class. On Monday, April 29th, learn how to make dairy free Palak Paneer with Ashley Berard. 6-8pm.

  • Talking Gourds Poetry will host Natrualist Kathleen Cain of Denver. April 29th, Talking Gourds will meet at the Meadowlark House in Norwood, 6:30pm. On Tuesday, April 30th, Talking Gourds will meet at Telluride Arts HQ at 6pm. The Wilkinson Public Library will also host Cain at a free Walk ‘n Talk, Wednesday May 1st from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. This month’s theme is trees/cottonwoods.

  • Tickets are available for the Young People’s Theater’s production of the Music Man. Performances take place May 3rd-5th, 6pm nightly. Head to Sheridanoperahouse.com for tickets and more information.

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

  • The Telluride Foundation and the Wilkinson Public Library present, “Digging into Demographics,” a workshop focused on helping non-profits tell their story with better statistical information. Thursday, April 25th, 1-3pm in the Library’s program room. RSVP to april@telluridefoundation.org or call 970.728.8717.

  • The Palm’s Classic Cinema Series celebrating the films of 1969 present Midnight Cowboy. Tomorrow, April 25th at 7pm. Free to the public.

View Event →
Apr
23
6:00 AM06:00

Tuesday April 23

Born on this day: MONTY CLARK, CATHY KENT,  MATT TEMPLIN, TOMMY TOONZ, VALARIE BERTINELLI, CRYSTAL GLYNN & CARLOS SOMERS, KIMBERLY JENSEN,  BUCK LOWE,

At the Nugget:  7:00  Us    (1h 56min R)

  • Telluride Green Grant applications are available at telluride-co.gov and at ecoactionpartners.org. Applications are due May 17th. Green Grants provide help for the Telluride community in reducing its greenhouse gas emissions. 

  • Candidates are wanted for 4 open seats on Mountain Village’s Town Council. Send a letter of intent and candidate biographical form (available at the MVTC website) to mvclerk@mtnvillage.org. Applications are due May 5th by 5pm.

  • Its Spring cleaning time! Mark your calendars for the following Refuse Disposal Events. On Saturday, May 4th, 9am-3pm at the Norwood Fairgrounds, yard and household refuse will be accepted. On Friday, May 17th, Telluride-County Spring Cleanup will take place at Carhenge, 10am-3pm. Appliance, scrap metal, tires, vehicle batteries and other household and garden refuse will be accepted. Household Electronics will be accepted at both events. Saturday, May 18th, at Carhenge, Hazardous Waste will be accepted. Disposal fees may apply.

  • The Wilkinson Library will host a resume-building workshop for students in preparation for the Annual Summer Teen Jobs Fair. The Workshop will today, 3:30-5:30pm. The job fair takes place Friday, April 26th, 3-6pm.

  • The Palm’s Classic Cinema Series celebrating the films of 1969 present Midnight Cowboy. Thursday, April 25th at 7pm. Free to the public.

  • Tickets are available for the Young People’s Theater’s production of the Music Man. Performances take place May 3rd-5th, 6pm nightly. Head to Sheridanoperahouse.com for tickets and more information.

  • Thursday, April 25th, The Wilkinson Library, Tri-County Health and Christ Presbyterian Church will host a discussion about making the most of your (finite) life. This is part of the Death Café series, aimed at facilitating honest and frank discussions on death. At Christ Presbyterian Church, 5:30pm.

  • Join the Pinhead Institute, Telluride Historical Museum, Bright Futures and many others in their annual celebration of children, “Dia de los Niños.” The celebration emphasizes the importance of literacy for children of all linguistic and cultural backgrounds. Tuesday, April 30th, 2:15-4pm. At the WPL. Contact Paula at 728-4510 ext. 125 or email her at pciberay@telluridelibrary.org for more information.

  • The Telluride Foundation and the Wilkinson Public Library present, “Digging into Demographics,” a workshop focused on helping non-profits tell their story with better statistical information. Thursday, April 25th, 1-3pm in the Library’s program room. RSVP to april@telluridefoundation.org or call 970.728.8717.

View Event →
Apr
22
6:00 AM06:00

Monday April 22

Born on this day:  JACK NICHOLSON, PETER FRAMPTON, SUE CHESLER, ALLYN HART, DALE McKITTRICK, APRIL MONTGOMERY,  & SUZI RUTAN

At the Nugget:  7:00  Us    (1h 56min R)

 

  • The Wilkinson Library will host a resume-building workshop for students in preparation for the Annual Summer Teen Jobs Fair. The Workshop will take place Tuesday, April 23rd 3:30-5:30pm. The job fair takes place Friday, April 26th, 3-6pm.

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

  • Today is Earth Day! There are multiple events going on in Telluride to celebrate our beautiful planet!

  • Join Telluride Earth Guardians, Pinhead Institute, Ah Haa, Carbon Neutral Coalition, EcoAction Partners as they march down Main St. to celebrate. The march will be followed by a party in Elks Park. Meet at Elks Park  at 3:30pm.

  • The Telluride Mountain School is offering a free community wide, multimedia slide show presentation and book signing with nationally renowned, Colorado Landscape Photographer John Fielder on Monday, April 22 from 7:00 - 8:15 p.m. At the Wilkinson Library. There will be a book signing before and after event (6:30 p.m. and 8:15 p.m.).

  • For kids in grades 7-12, the Wilkinson Library will celebrate Earth Day by cleaning up our town! Meet at the library at 3:30 p.m. to pick up equipment, then head out to pick up trash. At 5:30 p.m., report back to the library for free pizza and awards for Best of Trash! 

  • CCAASE is now accepting online applications for calendar dates for 2020. Applications can be found on the Town of Telluride’s website and are due by 5pm on May 10th. Call (970) 728-2059 or email jwontrobski@telluride-co.gov with any questions.

  • Thursday, April 25th, The Wilkinson Library, Tri-County Health and Christ Presbyterian Church will host a discussion about making the most of your (finite) life. This is part of the Death Café series, aimed at facilitating honest and frank discussions on death. At Christ Presbyterian Church, 5:30pm.

  • Telluride Green Grant applications are available at telluride-co.gov and at ecoactionpartners.org. Applications are due May 17th. Green Grants provide help for the Telluride community in reducing its greenhouse gas emissions. 

View Event →
Apr
21
6:00 AM06:00

Sunday April 21

Birthdays:   SHEILA McGLYNN ROUFA,  TRAVIS YOUNG, ARNOLD NEWSOME, QUEEN ELIZABETH II, ANTHONY QUINN, ANDIE McDOWELL, TONY DANZA,  & IGGY POP

At the Nugget:   7:00  Us    (1h 56min R)

 

  • Join Telluride Christian Fellowship and Alpine Chapel for their Easter celebrations this morning at Hanley Rink at Town Park. 10:15am. B.Y.O.C. (bring your own chairs).

  • The Palm’s Classic Cinema Series celebrating the films of 1969 present Midnight Cowboy. Thursday, April 25th at 7pm. Free to the public.

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

  • Please join Telluride Earth Guardians, Pinhead Institute, Ah Haa, Carbon Neutral Coalition, EcoAction Partners, and friends to celebrate Earth Day on April 22nd from 3:30 to 5 pm in Elks Park. A party in Elks Park to celebrate our beautiful planet will follow a march through downtown Telluride! All are welcome!

  • For kids in grades 7-12, the Wilkinson Library will celebrate Earth Day by cleaning up our town! Meet at the library at 3:30 p.m. to pick up equipment, then head out to pick up trash. At 5:30 p.m., report back to the library for free pizza and awards for Best of Trash!

  • Registration is open for the Wilkinson’s local chef cooking class. On April 29th, Learn how to make dairy free Palak Paneer with Ashley Berard. 6-8pm.

  • The Wilkinson Library will host a resume-building workshop for students in preparation for the Annual Summer Teen Jobs Fair. The Workshop will take place Tuesday, April 23rd 3:30-5:30pm. The job fair takes place Friday, April 26th, 3-6pm.

  • Thursday, April 25th, The Wilkinson Library, Tri-County Health and Christ Presbyterian Church will host a discussion about making the most of your (finite) life. This is part of the Death Café series, aimed at facilitating honest and frank discussions on death. At Christ Presbyterian Church, 5:30pm.

View Event →