Nov
19
6:00 AM06:00

Monday November 19

Born on this day NOV 19 - ERIK TEEVIN, KIMBERLY CARROLL, JAMES PIERSON, KAREN MOORE, DEBBIE FESTE, CLAUDIA HOFFMAN, LYNN HICKEY, STUART ROY, TED TURNER, MEG RYAN, CALVIN KLEIN, JODIE FOSTER, DICK CAVETT, LARRY KING, AHMAD RASHAD, JAY RAIBLE’S DAD

 

At the Nugget:    7:00  CAN YOU EVER FORGIVE ME? (1h 46min R)

 

  • Donation Day is Nov. 21st. Tickets purchased on Donation Day go towards supporting the Telluride Ski and Snowboard Club. The official opening day of the resort is Thanksgiving, Nov. 22nd. Lifts start turning at 9am!

  • County Nursing is offering a Flu Shot Clinic today, Nov. 19th. 1:30-4 pm in the Miramonte Building, next to the Courthouse. All insurance cards accepted. If you do not have insurance, shots are offered at $25 or sliding scale.

  • Ski Swap Checks are here at the KOTO office on N. Pine.

  • The Wilkinson Public Library presents Telluride Film Festival’s Cinematheque winter series “A Director Retrospective- The Great Hal Ashby,”(  HAROLD AND MAUDE, COMING HOME and BEING THERE). The next film in the series, The Landlord, (1970, 112 minutes, Rated R), plays Monday December 3rd.

  • MOUNTAIN MUNCHKINS FAMILY DATE NIGHT takes place November 30, 5:30 – 8:30 p.m. at the Telluride Conference Center. Proceeds go towards the Munchkins Scholarship Program!

  • Saturday, Dec. 1st, Bootdoctors will sponsor the 3rd Annual Fundraiser for San Miguel County Search & Rescue. Catch the Telluride film premiere of TGR’s “Ode to Muir” at High Pie Pizzeria & Tap Room, 5:30-9pm. Contact: Bryce, 970-728-8009 or bryce@bootdoctors.com for more information

  • Applications for the 2019 Colorado Master Gardener Course are being accepted. Classes will be held on Thursdays from 9 am till 4 pm January 31 through April 11th.  Applications for Master Gardener track must be in as soon as possible so we can interview candidates who want to volunteer.  For more information and applications, go to our website at sanmiguel.colostate.edu or call 970-327-4393

  • Work up your appetite Thanksgiving Day by participating in San Miguel County’s Annual Turkey Trot 5K-Run/Walk. Thursday, Nov. 22nd in Illium Valley. Race starts at the intersection of Sunshine Road and CR 63L (Ilium Rd.).  9:00am Registration/9:30 am Race Start. A holiday Tradition for the whole family, costumes are encouraged and dogs on a leash are welcome!

  • SMRHA is offering a homebuyer education class on Dec.10th & 11th from 5-9pm in the Conference room at the SMRHA/Shandoka Office at 820 Black Bear Rd. G-17. This will help locals prepare for purchase, including the lotteries for the Town deed restricted units being developed. To register, they can complete a flyer on the smrha website-smrha.org

  • The Ah Haa is calling all creatives!  Do you have a collection of old works gathering dust in a corner in your home? Do you have a pile of art supplies that you haven’t touched in years? Sell them at the Ah Haa Art Yard Sale on Wednesday, December 5th, 10am-4pm.  Email kathleen@ahhaa.org or call 728-3886 if you’d like to participate!

    Come enjoy a FREE Thanksgiving Feast on Thanksgiving Day, November 22nd from 4pm-6pm at the Telluride HS cafeteria. If you'd like to be a part of preparing and serving the Thanksgiving meal on either Wednesday the 21st or Thursday the 22nd, please email; admin@thealpinechapel.com

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Nov
18
6:00 AM06:00

Sunday November 18

Birthdays:  NOV 18 - LINDA EVANS, SINBAD, WARREN MOON, EILEEN BENJAMIN, MICHAEL COURTNEY, PAINTER PETE KELLNER, SAM MAGASINY, CHERYL NELSON, JOEL SIGER, PETER LERT, ANDREW JOHNSON,  JEFF MONTAGUE, JEFF KOVEL, ADAM MOSLEY,  RUBY GRACE KERR

At the Nugget:   7:00   CAN YOU EVER FORGIVE ME? (1h 46min R)

 

  • Ballots for KOTO's Board election have been mailed out.  Please read about the candidates, vote,  and return your completed ballot by mail or in person (207 N. Pine St.) by 5pm on Saturday December 1.

  • Yule Nite Christmas Parade in Ouray happens Dec.1st. Gather at the bottom of 8th Ave. at 5:45. Parade Starts at 6:00pm. Parade winners will be announced at the Elks Lodge at 6:30. Get your picture taken with Santa at the Elks Lodge after the Parade!

  • The MET at the Palm presents Marnie, November 26th at 6pm. Encore only (not live), Approx. Run Time: 3:17 [1 Intermission].

  • Telluride HS Interact Club’s Annual Noel Night Peppermint Bark Sale takes place in front of Sunglass HQ from 4-9 pm on December 5th. All proceeds go towards financing their mission trip.

  • Young People's Theater's presents "The Little Mermaid," Fri., Nov. 30-Sun. Dec. 2, 6 p.m. nightly, Sheridan Opera House. Tickets and more info available at sheridanoperahouse.com.

  • The Wilkinson Public Library presents Telluride Film Festival’s Cinematheque winter series “A Director Retrospective- The Great Hal Ashby,”(  HAROLD AND MAUDE, COMING HOME and BEING THERE). The next film in the series, The Landlord, (1970, 112 minutes, Rated R), plays Monday December 3rd.

  • Celebrate the start of winter and the Ski Season at the JOINT POINT FULL MOON SNOW DANCE: November 23, 6 – 11 p.m. at the Mountain Lodge.

  • MOUNTAIN MUNCHKINS FAMILY DATE NIGHT takes place November 30, 5:30 – 8:30 p.m. at the Telluride Conference Center. Proceeds go towards the Munchkins Scholarship Program!

  • Join Susie Meade Mondays & Wednesdays from 8:45 – 9:45am for Qi Gong at the Ah Haa School. Classes will run through the Ski Season.

  • County Nursing is offering a Flu Shot Clinic Monday, Nov. 19th. 1:30-4 pm in the Miramonte Building, next to the Courthouse. All insurance cards accepted. If you do not have insurance, shots are offered at $25 or sliding scale.

  • SMRHA is offering a homebuyer education class on Dec. 10th & 11th from 5-9pm in the Conference room at the SMRHA/Shandoka Office at 820 Black Bear Rd. G-17. This will help locals prepare for purchase, including the lotteries for the Town deed restricted units being developed. To register, they can complete a flyer on the smrha website-smrha.org

  • Come enjoy a FREE Thanksgiving Feast on Thanksgiving Day, November 22nd from 4pm-6pm at the Telluride HS cafeteria. If you'd like to be a part of preparing and serving the Thanksgiving meal on either Wednesday the 21st or Thursday the 22nd, please email; admin@thealpinechapel.com

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Nov
17
6:00 AM06:00

Saturday November 17

Birthdays: NOV 17  - BILL COX, SUNNY PIKEN, MARGO HECKER, TIM CANNON, JOHN HARRIS, JOHN SIEBERT,  LUCY LERNER, DAVID OWEN,  DEAN SILVER, KEVIN HOWE, JESSICA STORM, DANNY DeVITO, GORDON LIGHTFOOT, LAUREN HUTTON,LEONARDO DiCAPRIO, MICAH HESS, DAISY FUENTES, MARTIN SCORSESE

At the Nugget:   7:00     CAN YOU EVER FORGIVE ME? (1h 46min R)

  • San Juan Weavers Guild hosts its 41st Annual Show & Sale on Saturday, November 17th, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., at the Holiday Inn Express in Montrose. Exhibits, fiber-art demonstrations, and free hands-on learning opportunities will be offered.

  • Turkey Bingo is this weekend! Tonight, Saturday Nov. 17th Kids Bingo is 3-5pm. Adult Bingo (21+) has two games 6:30 and 8pm. Doors will open at 6pm. On Sunday, Elks Lodge will be open to the public.  Enjoy brunch at 11:00 am and a final family friendly round of Bingo beginning at noon. 

  • Don’t miss the After-Bingo Party at The Moon @ O’Bannons. Telluride’s own HO FUN DELUXE presents a Punk Rock Thanksgiving Show featuring Beatrixx Kiddo. TONIGHT, Doors at 9. Band goes on at 11pm.

  • CSU Extension Program invites you to their last fall Seed Saving Class. Today, Saturday, Nov. 17th at the Ridgeway Public Library, 10am-1pm. Bring seeds you have saved or seeds that you have extra of. 

  • The Gondola and Dial-a-ride services are now open and available thru the winter season.

  • Applications for the 2019 Colorado Master Gardener Course are being accepted. Most classes will be held on Thursdays from 9 am till 4 pm January 31 through April 11th.  Applications for Master Gardener track must be in as soon as possible so we can interview candidates who want to volunteer.  For more information and applications, go to our website at sanmiguel.colostate.edu or call 970-327-4393.

  • Ballots for KOTO's Board election have been mailed out.  Please read about the candidates, vote,  and return your completed ballot by mail or in person (207 N. Pine St.) by 5pm on Saturday December 1.

  • The Ridgeway Volunteer Fire Department’s 2nd Annual Chili Cook-off and Open House takes place today, 4-9pm.

  • Telluride HS Interact Club’s Annual Noel Night Peppermint Bark Sale takes place in front of Sunglass HQ from 4-9 pm on December 5th. All proceeds go towards financing their mission trip.

  • A 5-day wilderness first responder course will take place in Telluride Dec.7-9 and 15-16.  A Recert. Class is offered Dec. 7-9.  Go to cprworld.com for more info.

  • MOUNTAIN MUNCHKINS FAMILY DATE NIGHT takes place November 30, 5:30 – 8:30 p.m. at the Telluride Conference Center. Proceeds go towards the Munchkins Scholarship Program!

  • Young People's Theater presents "The Little Mermaid," Fri., Nov. 30 thru Sun. Dec. 2, 6 p.m. nightly at the Sheridan Opera House. Tickets and more info available at www.sheridanoperahouse.com.

  • The Ah Haa is calling all creatives!  Do you have a collection of old works gathering dust in a corner in your home? Do you have a pile of art supplies that you haven’t touched in years? Sell them at the Ah Haa Art Yard Sale on Wednesday, December 5th, 10am-4pm. All items must be delivered to Ah Haa by 4pm on December 3rd. Email kathleen@ahhaa.org or call 728-3886 if you’d like to participate!

  • Celebrate the start of winter and the Ski Season at the JOINT POINT FULL MOON SNOW DANCE: November 23, 6 – 11 p.m. at the Mountain Lodge.

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Nov
16
6:00 AM06:00

Friday November 16

Birthdays: NOV 16 - DWIGHT GOODEN, GUS GUSCIORA, CASEY SMTH, RICH TANDLICH, GEORGE ALLEN, JEREMIAH KATZ, MEGAN CLARK,  TIM ERIKSON, SAMANTHA SAMUELSON, SCOTT ERICKSON, JAMIE EMMA LEE, PAM HANSON

At the Nugget:   7:00   CAN YOU EVER FORGIVE ME? (1h 46min R)

  • The Gondola reopens today! Dial-a-ride services are now available through the winter season as well.

  • You can still register for the 2nd Annual Chili Cook Off and Open House at the Ridgway Fire Department. November 17, 2018 from 4:00 pm to 9:00 pm! Juried categories include chili, green chili and wild game chili. For more info or to register, contact Jeff @ (256) 476-3882 or jctunnicliff@gmail.com

  • Catch the ski film, HOJI, at Jagged Edge. Tonight at 6pm.  Please bring your own chair and BYOB.  

  • Work up your appetite Thanksgiving Day by participating in San Miguel County’s Annual Turkey Trot 5K-Run/Walk. Thursday, Nov. 22nd in Illium Valley. Race starts at the intersection of Sunshine Road and CR 63L (Ilium Rd.).  9:00am Registration/9:30 am Race Start. A holiday Tradition for the whole family, costumes are encouraged and dogs on a leash are welcome!

  • The Ah Haa is calling all creatives!  Do you have a collection of old works gathering dust in a corner in your home? Do you have a pile of art supplies that you haven’t touched in years? Sell them at the Ah Haa Art Yard Sale on Wednesday, December 5th, 10am-4pm.  Email kathleen@ahhaa.org or call 728-3886 if you’d like to participate!

  • Telluride HS Interact Club’s Annual Noel Night Peppermint Bark Sale takes place in front of Sunglass HQ from 4-9 pm on December 5th. All proceeds go towards financing their mission trip.

  • SMRHA is offering a homebuyer education class on Dec.10th & 11th from 5-9pm in the Conference room at the SMRHA/Shandoka Office at 820 Black Bear Rd. G-17. This will help locals prepare for purchase, including the lotteries for the Town deed restricted units being developed. To register, they can complete a flyer on the smrha website-smrha.org

  • The Yule Nite Christmas Parade in Ouray takes place on Saturday, Dec.1st. Gather at the bottom of 8th Ave. at 5:45pm. Parade Starts at 6:00pm. Parade winners will be announced at the Elks Lodge at 6:30. Get your picture taken with Santa at the Elks Lodge after the Parade.

  • San Juan Weavers Guild hosts its 41st Annual Show & Sale on Saturday, November 17th, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., at the Holiday Inn Express in Montrose. Exhibits, fiber-art demonstrations, and free hands-on learning opportunities will be offered.

  • CSU Extension Program invites you to their last fall Seed Saving Class. This Saturday, Nov. 17th at the Ridgeway Public Library, 10am-1pm. Bring seeds you have saved or seeds that you have extra of.  If you don’t have seeds to share, come anyway! 

  • There will be a parade today down Colorado Ave. @ 3:15 to celebrate the Boys High School soccer run to the state championship. Please come out and show your support!

  • Turkey Bingo is this weekend! Friday, November 16th - Turkey Bingo at the Telluride Elks Lodge for Elks and their guests, 6pm. Saturday Nov. 17th Kids Bingo is 3-5pm. Adult Bingo (21+) has two games 6:30 and 8pm. Doors will open at 6pm. On Sunday, Elks Lodge will be open to the public.  Enjoy brunch at 11:00 am and a final family friendly round of Bingo beginning at noon. 

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Nov
15
6:00 AM06:00

Thursday November 15

Birthdays NOV 15 - SUSAN GRICE, JAN ROBBERSON, BANKS BROWN,  DAVID CRIMMINS, TOM MORTELL JR., RONNI WEBSTER, SANDY McLAUGHLIN,  ED ASNER, PETULA CLARK, C.W. McCALL, SAM WATERSTON, BEVERLY D’ANGELO,  WILLA WARING

At the Nugget:   5:30   THE HATE U GIVE    (2h 13min   PG-13)

                        8:15   FIRST MAN    (2h 21min   PG-13)

  • You can still register for the 2nd Annual Chili Cook Off and Open House at the Ridgway Fire Department. Saturday, November 17, 2018 from 4:00 pm to 9:00 pm! Juried categories include chili, green chili and wild game chili. For more info or to register, contact Jeff @ (256) 476-3882 or jctunnicliff@gmail.com

  • A 5-day wilderness first responder course will take place in Telluride Dec.7-9 and 15-16.  A Recert. Class is offered Dec. 7-9.  Go to cprworld.com for more info.

  • The CSU Extension Program invites you to their last fall Seed Saving Class. This Saturday, Nov. 17th at the Ridgeway Public Library, 10am-1pm. Bring seeds you have saved or seeds that you have extra of.  If you don’t have seeds to share, come anyway! Contact Yvette Henson @ yvette.henson@colostate.edu for more information

  • The Gondola and Dial-a-Ride services will re-open for the winter season Friday, Nov. 16.

  • The Ah Haa School will host Guatemalan artist Benedicto Ixtamer. Enjoy an exhibition, slide show and discussion about Ixtamer’s creative process and the Mayan culture. Tonight, 5:30-8 pm at the Ah Haa School.

  • Meet at Esperanza's today, November 15th 5:00-6:30 to practice Spanish with Jill and Gloria from the library and other Spanish speakers from the community. The library will provide the appetizers and the margaritas are on special.  All levels are welcome!

    Catch the ski film, HOJI, at Jagged Edge. Tomorrow, Nov. 16th at 6pm.  Please bring your own chair and BYOB. 

  • Turkey Bingo is this weekend! Friday, November 16th - Turkey Bingo at the Telluride Elks Lodge for Elks and their guests starts at 6pm. Saturday Nov. 17th, Kids Bingo is 3-5pm. Adult Bingo (21+) has two games 6:30 and 8pm. Doors will open at 6pm. On Sunday, Elks Lodge will be open to the public.  Enjoy brunch at 11:00 am and a final family-friendly round of Bingo beginning at noon. 

  • Telluride HS Interact Club’s Annual Noel Night Peppermint Bark Sale takes place in front of Sunglass HQ from 4-9 pm on December 5th. All proceeds go towards financing their mission trip.

  • Enjoy a Taste of Thanksgiving, today at the Wilkinson Library. Sample seasonal dishes beginning @3:30pm.

  • Applications for the 2019 Colorado Master Gardener Course are being accepted.   Most classes will be held on Thursdays from 9 am till 4 pm January 31 through April 11th.  Applications for Master Gardener track must be in as soon as possible so we can interview candidates who want to volunteer.  For more information and applications, go to our website at sanmiguel.colostate.edu or call 970-327-4393 or email maryw@sanmiguelcountyco.gov or Yvette.Henson@colostate.edu

  • Enrollments are open for 4-H!  If you have interested children in San Miguel and West Montrose Counties or have a skill or interest you would like to share with children contact us!  EmailJordan.Spor@colostate.edu or call 970-327-4393.

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Nov
13
6:00 AM06:00

Tuesday November 13

Born on this day: NOV 13 - CHARLES BRONSON, WHOOPI GOLDBERG, JACK ELAM, VINNY TESTAVERDE, CRAIG BROWN, JIM FITZPATRICK, SUZANNE JAMES,  GIGI SPITZER, STEVE STILLMAN, DAVE HUTSON, PETER IRELAN, CANDICE PETRIDES, NICK ZEIGLER,  BEN BEACH, MERIEL MEEHAN, GLIDER BOB SAUNDERS,  JOE MANTEGNA

At the Nugget:   5:30   THE HATE U GIVE   (2h 13min  PG-13)

                          8:15   FIRST MAN        (2h 21min    PG-13)

 

  • The KOTO board of directors will hold their next monthly meeting today, Tuesday November 13, at 5:15pm in the Telluride room of the Wilkinson library.  The public is always welcome to attend.

  • Tonight at the Telluride Arts HQ, Talking Gourds features Ellen Metrick of Norwood. Readings begin at 6pm. If you can’t make it tonight, Metrick will present at the Hollinbeck residence in Norwood tomorrow, 6pm. Contact Art at shroompa@gmail.com for directions. The theme for this month is vulnerability.

  • Meet at Esperanza's Thursday, November 15th 5:00-6:30 to practice Spanish with Jill and Gloria from the library and other Spanish speakers from the community. The library will provide the appetizers and the margaritas are on special.  All levels are welcome!

  • San Juan Weavers Guild hosts its 41st Annual Show & Sale on Saturday, November 17th, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., at the Holiday Inn Express in Montrose. Exhibits, fiber-art demonstrations, and free hands-on learning opportunities will be offered.

  • Jon Martin, local Financial Advisor of Edward Jones Investments, will hold an informational seminar on financial planning for college. Today, November 13th at 5:30pm in the Telluride High School cafeteria.  Parents of children of any age will benefit from Mr. Martin’s advice.

  • A free legal clinic, for parties who have no attorney, will be held at the Wilkinson Public Library today, Wednesday November 14th, from 2:00 PM – 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, veteran’s issues, and civil protection orders.  Please contact the Wilkinson Public Library at 728-4519 to schedule an appointment.   

  • Thursday, November 29th the Durango Wolf Symposium will take place at Fort Lewis College’s Student Life Gymnasium, in Durango CO. The largest group of wolf experts ever to gather in Southwest Colorado will present diverse perspectives on wolf behavior, wolf management and the possibility of restoration of wolves to Colorado.  The public is invited to attend 3 DIFFERENT SESSIONS. Thursday morning 8:30am - 12:00pm, Thursday afternoon 1:00pm - 4:30pm and an evening Q&A w/speakers panel 7:00pm - 9:00pm.

  • The Ah Haa is calling all creatives!  Do you have a collection of old works gathering dust in a corner in your home? Do you have a pile of art supplies that you haven’t touched in years? Sell them at the Ah Haa Art Yard Sale on Thursday, December 6th, 10am-4pm.  Email kathleen@ahhaa.org or call 728-3886 if you’d like to participate!

  • Saturday, Dec. 1st, Bootdoctors will sponsor the 3rd Annual Fundraiser for San Miguel County Search & Rescue. Catch the Telluride film premiere of TGR’s “Ode to Muir” at High Pie Pizzeria & Tap Room, 5:30-9pm. Contact: Bryce, 970-728-8009 or bryce@bootdoctors.com for more information

  • Cub Scout Pack 500/Boy Scout Troop 500 meet tomorrow, Wednesday Nov. 14th, at the Telluride Elks Lodge. 3:30 pm. Contact 970-708-1264 for more information.

  • Join Susie Meade Mondays & Wednesdays from 8:45 – 9:45am for Qi Gong at the Ah Haa School. Classes will run through the Ski Season.

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Nov
12
6:00 AM06:00

Monday November 12

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

At the Nugget:      5:30   THE HATE U GIVE   (2h 13min  PG-13)

                           8:15   FIRST MAN    (2h 21min  PG-13)

 

  • Today is the cash-only after swap sale. 12-3pm in the Wilkinson Library’s underground garage. If you missed picking up a check for items sold, they are here at the KOTO Office.

  • The Gondola re-opens on Friday, Nov. 16th. Donation Day for the resort is Nov.21st and opening day is scheduled for Thanksgiving, Nov. 22nd.

  • Join Hanna Strianese today at the Wilkinson Library for a midday reset. Free visualization and relaxation exercises, 12-1 pm.

  • Join Susie Meade Mondays & Wednesdays from 8:45 – 9:45am for Qi Gong at the Ah Haa School. Classes will run through the Ski Season.

  • When you visit Clark's Market today, Clark's Telluride will generously donate to the Pinhead Institute, beneficiary of its 7 Days of Ways to Save "Non Profit Day" fundraising program. So, after checking out, ask for your receipt and drop it in the designated box.

  • Meet at Esperanza's Thursday, November 15th 5:00-6:30 to practice Spanish with Jill and Gloria from the library and other Spanish speakers from the community. The library will provide the appetizers and the margaritas are on special.  All levels are welcome!

    The KOTO board of directors will hold their next monthly meeting Tuesday November 13 at 5:15pm in the Telluride room of the Wilkinson library.  The public is always welcome to attend.

  • Crossbow Leather is offering classes this winter. The class today is How to make a Dog Collar, 5:30-7:30 pm. For more information and to sign-up head to www.crossbowleather.com.

  • 2nd Annual Chili Cook Off and Open House at the Ridgway Fire Department on November 17, 2018 from 4:00 pm to 9:00 pm! For more info or to register, contact Jeff @ (256) 476-3882 or jctunnicliff@gmail.com

  • Jon Martin, local Financial Advisor of Edward Jones Investments, will hold an informational seminar on financial planning for college. Tuesday, November 13th at 5:30pm in the Telluride High School cafeteria.  Parents of children of any age will benefit from Mr. Martin’s advice.

  • Turkey Bingo will be Saturday Nov. 17th at the Elks Lodge in Telluride. Don’t miss the After-Bingo Party at The Moon @ O’Bannons. Telluride’s own HO FUN DELUXE presents a Punk Rock Thanksgiving Show featuring Beatrixx Kiddo. Nov. 17th, Doors at 9. Band goes on at 11pm.

  • The Wilkinson Public Library presents Telluride Film Festival’s Cinematheque winter series “A Director Retrospective- The Great Hal Ashby,”(  HAROLD AND MAUDE, COMING HOME and BEING THERE) The first documentary, HAL, (2018 90 minutes), plays tonight, November 12th 6-8 pm.

  • San Juan Weavers Guild hosts its 41st Annual Show & Sale on Saturday, November 17th, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., at the Holiday Inn Express in Montrose. Exhibits, fiber-art demonstrations, and free hands-on learning opportunities will be offered.

  • Join Talking Gourds for their monthly poetry reading, featuring Ellen Metrick of Norwood. At the Telluride Arts HQ, across from the library, at 6pm on Tuesday, Nov. 13th.

  • County Nursing is offering a Flu Shot Clinic today, Nov. 12th. 1:30-4 pm in the Miramonte Building, next to the Courthouse. All insurance cards accepted. If you do not have insurance, shots are offered at $25 or sliding scale.  Next clinic will be Monday, Nov. 19th.

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Nov
11
6:00 AM06:00

Sunday November 11

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

At the Nugget:   5:30   THE HATE U GIVE   (2h 13min  PG-13)

                          8:15   FIRST MAN     (2h 21min   PG-13)

 

  • Today is Veteran’s Day. The Telluride Elks Lodge will host a free dinner for veterans and active duty military at 6pm.

  • If you entered something into the KOTO Ski Swap, you can pick up items and/or redeem cash at the WPL today, 10am- 3pm. Any item not claimed today will be available at the cash-only sale on Monday, Nov. 12th and/or donated to Second Chance Humane Society.

  • The 2nd Annual Chili Cook Off and Open House at the Ridgway Fire Department will take place on November 17th from 4:00 pm to 9:00 pm! For more info or to register, contact Jeff @ (256) 476-3882 or jctunnicliff@gmail.com

  • Join Susie Meade Mondays & Wednesdays from 8:45 – 9:45am for Qi Gong at the Ah Haa School. Classes will run through the Ski Season.

  • Crossbow Leather is offering classes this winter. First class is Today, Sunday, Nov. 11th 3-5 pm: Learn how to make a belt. They will offer a class on Monday, Nov. 12th 5:30-7:30 pm: How to make a Dog Collar. For more information and to sign-up head to www.crossbowleather.com.

  • County Nursing is offering a Flu Shot Clinic Monday, Nov. 12th. 1:30-4 pm in the Miramonte Building, next to the Courthouse. Bring your insurance card.

  • There will be a Celebration of Life for Jak Adam. At the Moon at O’Bannon’s today, Nov. 11th at 5pm.

  • Jon Martin, local Financial Advisor of Edward Jones Investments, will hold an informational seminar on financial planning for college. November 13th at 5:30pm in the Telluride High School cafeteria.  Parents of children of any age will benefit from Mr. Martin’s advice.

  • The KOTO board of directors will hold their next monthly meeting Tuesday November 13 at 5:15pm in the Telluride room of the Wilkinson library.  The public is always welcome to attend.

  • San Juan Weavers Guild hosts its 41st Annual Show & Sale on Saturday, November 17th, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., at the Holiday Inn Express in Montrose. Exhibits, fiber-art demonstrations, and free hands-on learning opportunities will be offered.

  • Telluride MSHS Performing Arts Department Presents The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. There is a matinee showing at 2pm today, Sunday Nov. 11th. Buy your tickets at the door at the Michael D. Palm Theater in Telluride.

  • The Wilkinson Public Library presents Telluride Film Festival’s Cinematheque winter series “A Director Retrospective- The Great Hal Ashby,”(  HAROLD AND MAUDE, COMING HOME and BEING THERE) The first documentary, HAL, (2018 90 minutes), plays November 12th 6-8 pm.

  • Work up your appetite Thanksgiving Day by participating in San Miguel County’s Annual Turkey Trot 5K-Run/Walk. Thursday, Nov. 22nd in Illium Valley. Race starts at the intersection of Sunshine Road and CR 63L (Ilium Rd.).  9:00am Registration/9:30 am Race Start. A holiday Tradition for the whole family, costumes are encouraged and dogs on a leash are welcome!

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Nov
10
6:00 AM06:00

Saturday November 10

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

At the Nugget:    5:30   FIRST MAN    (2h 21min  PG-13)

                         8:15   THE HATE U GIVE   (2h 13min  PG-13)

 

  • The KOTO Ski Swap happens today, Nov. 10th, 10am-4pm, in the Wilkinson Library’s underground garage. This is KOTO’s largest fundraising event of the year. Support your local radio station and get the gear you need for winter. Head to koto.org for a complete schedule for the weekend.

  • The 2nd Annual Chili Cook Off and Open House at the Ridgway Fire Department will take place on November 17th from 4:00 pm to 9:00 pm! For more info or to register, contact Jeff @ (256) 476-3882 or jctunnicliff@gmail.com

  • Tonight, come to a free exhibition and talk about the Northern Arizona Volunteer Medical Corps doctors’ experiences among the people of Haiti at the Ah Haa School, 5-7p.m. The exhibit, entitled “My Brothers Our Sisters,” will run through the end of November. 

  • Jon Martin, local Financial Advisor of Edward Jones Investments, will hold an informational seminar on financial planning for college. Tuesday, November 13th at 5:30pm in the Telluride High School cafeteria.  Parents of children of any age will benefit from Mr. Martin’s advice.

  • San Juan Weavers Guild hosts its 41st Annual Show & Sale on Saturday, November 17th, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., at the Holiday Inn Express, in Montrose. Exhibits, fiber-art demonstrations, and free hands-on learning opportunities are offered.

  • Telluride MSHS Performing Arts Department Presents The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. Catch tonight’s performance at 7PM and on Sunday the 11th, a matinee at 2PM. Buy your tickets at the door at the Michael D. Palm Theater.

  • There will be a Celebration of Life for Jak Adam. At the Moon at O’Bannon’s this Sunday, Nov. 11th at 5pm.

  • The KOTO board of directors will hold their next monthly meeting Tuesday November 13 at 5:15pm in the Telluride room of the Wilkinson library.  The public is always welcome to attend.

  • Work up your appetite Thanksgiving Day by participating in San Miguel County’s Annual Turkey Trot 5K-Run/Walk. Thursday, Nov. 22nd in Illium Valley. Race starts at the intersection of Sunshine Road and CR 63L (Ilium Rd.).  9:00am Registration/9:30 am Race Start. A holiday Tradition for the whole family, costumes are encouraged and dogs on a leash are welcome!

  • Veteran’s Day is tomorrow, Sunday Nov. 11th. The Telluride Elks Lodge will host a free dinner for veterans and active duty military at 6pm.

  • Author Amy Irvine will discuss her novel, “Desert Cabal” at the Sherbino Theater’s “Sherb Talk.” Tomorrow, Sunday Nov. 11th at 7pm.

  • The Wilkinson Public Library presents Telluride Film Festival’s Cinematheque winter series “A Director Retrospective- The Great Hal Ashby,”(  HAROLD AND MAUDE, COMING HOME and BEING THERE) The first documentary, HAL, (2018 90 minutes), plays November 12th, 6-8 pm.

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Nov
9
6:00 AM06:00

Friday November 9

Birthdays: NOV 9 - SPIRO AGNEW, LOU FERRIGNO, TOM WEISKOPH, WHITEY HERZOG, DAVID SMITH, HILARY WENTWORTH, AARON REECE, RUSS BAKER, TAMI HUNTSMAN, JOHANNES BRUSIS, PEGGY CURRAN, ANNE MUNCH, MARK SILVERSHUR, KRISTEN PIZZICA, LYNN BLACK, BRENDEN TALTY,  PATRICK KURTZ, KEVIN NOVAK, MIKE SMITH

At the Nugget:    5:30   THE HATE U GIVE   (2h 13min   PG-13)

                          8:15   FIRST MAN    (2h 21min  PG-13)

  • Come to a free exhibition, and talk about the Northern Arizona Volunteer Medical Corps doctors’ experiences among the people of Haiti at the Ah Haa School, tomorrow, Saturday, November 10th 5-7p.m. The exhibit, entitled “My Brothers Our Sisters,” will run through the end of November. 

  • San Juan Weavers Guild hosts its 41st Annual Show & Sale on Saturday, November 17th, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., at the Holiday Inn Express, in Montrose. Exhibits, fiber-art demonstrations, and free hands-on learning opportunities will be offered.

  • Today, Friday, Nov. 9th, marks day one of the KOTO Ski Swap. Individual and Vendor drop-offs can be brought to the Wilkinson Library’s underground garage, 11:00am-5:30pm. You can buy tags at the library as well, starting at 11am. The Swap opens to the public Saturday, Nov. 10th, at 10am until 4pm. You can catch the 5th Annual Freestyle FREE-ride at the base of Chair 8 on Saturday as well, 10am-3pm. Head to koto.org for a complete schedule for the weekend.

  • Turkey Bingo will be Saturday Nov. 17th at the Elks Lodge in Telluride.

  • Don’t miss the After-Bingo Party at The Moon @ O’Bannons. Telluride’s own HO FUN DELUXE presents a Punk Rock Thanksgiving Show featuring Spintress Extraordinaire, Beatrixx Kiddo. Nov. 17th, Doors at 9. The Band goes on at 11pm.

  • Saturday, Dec. 1st, Bootdoctors will sponsor the 3rd Annual Fundraiser for San Miguel County Search & Rescue. Catch the Telluride film premiere of TGR’s “Ode to Muir” at High Pie Pizzeria & Tap Room, 5:30-9pm. Contact: Bryce, 970-728-8009 or bryce@bootdoctors.com for more information

  • Rainbow, Rockies and Rascals Fall Fundraiser happens today, November 9 at the Ah-Haa school for the arts from 5:30-9:30 featuring live music, delicious food, free champagne, a raffle and a live and silent auction.  

  • The Sherbino Theater presents Gabrielle Louise and her Full Band. Friday, November 9th, doors 6:30 pm, concert 7:00. Tickets available at sherbino.org

  • The Telluride Institute’s Talking Gourds Poetry Club is proud to host Wrights Mesa poet Ellen Metrick on Tuesday night, Nov. 13th, starting at 6 p.m. at the Telluride Arts HQ gallery across from the Wilkinson Public Library. Metrick will also perform Wednesday, Nov. 14th, starting at 6:30 p.m. at the Hollinbeck residence (3100 County Road 43 ZS), in Norwood.

  • Jon Martin, local Financial Advisor of Edward Jones Investments, will hold an informational seminar on financial planning for college. November 13th at 5:30pm in the Telluride High School cafeteria.  Parents of children of any age will benefit from Mr. Martin’s advice.

  • Crossbow Leather is offering classes this winter. First class is Sunday, Nov. 11th 3-5 pm: Learn how to make a belt. For more information and to sign-up head to www.crossbowleather.com.

  • There will be a Celebration of Life for Jak Adam. At the Moon at O’Bannon’s this Sunday, Nov. 11th at 5pm.

  • There are 2 seats available for the 2019 Board of Directors for TMVOA. Today is the last day for Qualified candidates to provide the following nomination materials: A letter of intent to run for a seat, specifying the Class in which you belong (Class A/Residential or Class C/Commercial). A black and white photograph of yourself. A short bio, including your Mountain Village history, work history, family information, etc. Please send the above nomination packet to the TMVOA offices located at 113 Lost Creek Lane, Suite A, Mountain Village, CO 81435, or by email to tmvoa@tmvoa.org.  For more information, please contact TMVOA at (970) 728-1904 x7.

  • The KOTO board of directors will hold their next monthly meeting Tuesday November 13 at 5:15pm in the Telluride room of the Wilkinson library.  The public is always welcome to attend.

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Nov
8
6:00 AM06:00

Thursday November 8

Born on this Day: NOV 8 - ERIC JACOBSON, ROS STRONG, SUZANNE DAHL, ED HERRICK, CATHY SOUTTER,  TRISH VAN HELTEBRAKE, KEVIN LINDLEY, SCOTT WELLBORN, DAVID HILL, JIM REECE, SHIELA WALD, STEVE PERRIN, JIM KRANE, KEVIN SULLVAN,  LINDA HARDY,  KATHERINE HEPBURN, BONNIE RAITT, MORLEY SAFER,  MARY HART, PATTI PAGE,  RICKY LEE JONES,

At the Nugget:    7:00   A STAR IS BORN   (2h 16min  R)

  • Rainbow, Rockies and Rascals Fall Fundraiser happens Friday November 9 at the Ah-Haa school for the arts from 5:30-9:30 featuring live music, delicious food, free champagne, a raffle and a live and silent auction.  

  • Tomorrow, Nov. 9th, marks day one of the KOTO Ski Swap. Individual and Vendor drop-offs can be brought to the Wilkinson Library’s underground garage, 11:00am-5:30pm. If you wish to sell items at the swap, you need to buy tags. Save yourself time on Friday when you drop-off by pre-tagging all your items! Tags are $1 each and are available at the KOTO office.

  • The Swap opens to the public Saturday, Nov. 10th, at 10am until 4pm. You can catch the 5th Annual Freestyle FREE-ride at the base of Chair 8 on Saturday as well, 10am-3pm. Head to koto.org for a complete schedule for the weekend.

  • KOTO is raffling off a season's pass for the 2018-19 ski season. Tickets are $10 and can be purchased at the KOTO studios at 207 N. Pine Street or from your favorite deejay. Tickets will also be available at the ski swap on Saturday, November 10th. 

  • The Telluride Institute’s Talking Gourds Poetry Club is proud to host Wrights Mesa poet Ellen Metrick on Tuesday night, Nov. 13th, starting at 6 p.m. at the Telluride Arts HQ gallery across from the Wilkinson Public Library. Metrick will also perform Wednesday, Nov. 14th, starting at 6:30 p.m. at the Hollinbeck residence (3100 County Road 43 ZS), in Norwood.

  • Wilkinson Public Library will host educational workshops designed to give you support as you raise your little one(s)! Free childcare and dinner will be provided. 5:30-6:30pm. Next session is today, Nov. 8th. The Topic of discussion will be Supporting Challenging Behaviors at Home: Sibling Relationships, Redirecting Misbehavior.

  • The Wilkinson Public Library presents Telluride Film Festival’s Cinematheque winter series “A Director Retrospective- The Great Hal Ashby,”(  HAROLD AND MAUDE, COMING HOME and BEING THERE) The first documentary, HAL, (2018 90 minutes), plays November 12th 6-8 pm.

  • Telluride MSHS Performing Arts Department Presents The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. Come for an early preview of the show on today, November 8 at 5PM. Evening shows are at 7PM on November 9 and 10, and on Sunday the 11th the run wraps up with a matinee at 2PM. Buy your tickets at the door at the Michael D. Palm Theater in Telluride.

  • Jon Martin, local Financial Advisor of Edward Jones Investments, will hold an informational seminar on financial planning for college. November 13th at 5:30pm in the Telluride High School cafeteria.  Parents of children of any age will benefit from Mr. Martin’s advice.

  • There are 2 seats available for the 2019 Board of Directors for TMVOA. Qualified candidates must provide the following nomination materials by Friday, November 9th: A letter of intent to run for a seat, specifying the Class in which you belong (Class A/Residential or Class C/Commercial). A black and white photograph of yourself. A short bio, including your Mountain Village history, work history, family information, etc. Please send the above nomination packet to the TMVOA offices located at 113 Lost Creek Lane, Suite A, Mountain Village, CO 81435, or by email to tmvoa@tmvoa.org.  For more information, please contact TMVOA at (970) 728-1904 x7.

  • Join other bibliophiles at The West End Bistro at The Hotel Telluride, tonight, November 8th, 5:15-6:15 pm, to discuss what books you are reading, have read, or would like to read while sipping on libations.

  • There will be a Celebration of Life for Jak Adam. At the Moon at O’Bannon’s this Sunday, Nov. 11th at 5pm.

  • The KOTO board of directors will hold their next monthly meeting Tuesday November 13 at 5:15pm in the Telluride room of the Wilkinson library.  The public is always welcome to attend.

  •  County Nursing is offering a Flu Shot Clinic today and Monday, Nov. 12th. 1:30-4 pm in the Miramonte Building, next to the Courthouse. Bring your insurance card.

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Nov
7
6:00 AM06:00

Wednesday November 7

Born on this day: NOV 7 - CINDY FARNEY, DIANA FISCHER, MEGAN McDONNELL, MELLIE BRACEWELL, JENNIFER COUNTISS, PAUL SCHMIDT, CINDY JOHNSON, VERNE SOUCIE, WENDY SMITH, JUSTIANA MARIE BIRZIN, JOHN RITCHEY, CALEB KING,  BILLY GRAHAM, AL HIRT, JONI MITCHELL, MARY TRAVERS, JOHNNY RIVERS

At the Nugget:  7:00     A STAR IS BORN   (2h 16min  R)

  • The Wilkinson Public Library presents Telluride Film Festival’s Cinematheque winter series “A Director Retrospective- The Great Hal Ashby,” (HAROLD AND MAUDE, COMING HOME and BEING THERE). The first documentary  HAL, (2018, 90 minutes), plays November 12th 6-8 pm.

  • The KOTO Ski Swap is Nov. 9th-12th.  You can still sign-up to volunteer for the swap, which gets you access to the sweet deals of the pre-swap. Saturday especially is in need of volunteers for the afternoon shift 12-5 for cashiers and security. Go to Koto.org to get the complete schedule for the weekend.

  • If you wish to sell items at the swap, you need to buy tags. Save yourself time on Friday when you drop-off by pre-tagging all your items! Tags are $1 each and are available at the KOTO office.

  • Come to a free exhibition, and talk about the Northern Arizona Volunteer Medical Corps doctors’ experiences among the people of Haiti at the Ah Haa School Saturday, November 10th 5-7p.m. The exhibit, entitled “My Brothers Our Sisters,” will run through the end of November. 

  • Wednesday, November 14th, a free legal clinic for parties who have no attorney, will be held at Wilkinson Public Library,  2:00 PM – 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 contact the Wilkinson Public Library at 728-4519 to schedule an appointment. 

  • The Wilkinson Public Library and Between the Covers Bookstore present another "Authors Uncovered" with Amy Irvine, author of "Desert Cabal: A New Season in the Wilderness," today, November 7th, at 6pm, at Telluride Arts HQ. On this, the 50th anniversary of Ed Abbey's "Desert Solitaire," Irvine's brutally honest essays lay "Desert Solitaire" bare, looking back at the man who wrote the book and the desert left behind. Also speaking will be Regina Lopez Whiteskunk of the Ute Mountain Ute Tribe, author of the afterword. A book signing will follow the reading and Q&A. 

  • The Sherbino Theater presents Gabrielle Louise and her Full Band. Friday, November 9th, doors 6:30 pm, concert 7:00. Tickets available at sherbino.org

  • Rainbow, Rockies and Rascals Fall Fundraiser happens Friday November 9 at the Ah-Haa school for the arts from 5:30-9:30 featuring live music, delicious food, free champagne, a raffle and a live and silent auction. 

  • Telluride MSHS Performing Arts Department Presents The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. Come for an early preview of the show on Thursday November 8 at 5PM. Evening shows are at 7PM on November 9 and 10, and on Sunday the 11th the run wraps up with a matinee at 2PM. Buy your tickets at the door at the Michael D. Palm Theater in Telluride.

  • Tonight, Wednesday Nov. 7th, the Telluride Mountain Club and The Peter Inglis Avalanche Education Fund, present the latest installment of their Telluride Backcountry Chats; Avalanche Accidents: The illusion of control and the perils of positive outcomes
    with Dale Atkins. At Jagged Edge, talk begins at 6pm.

  • Join other bibliophiles at The West End Bistro at The Hotel Telluride Thursday, November 8th, 5:15-6:15 pm, to discuss what books you are reading, have read, or would like to read while sipping on libations.

  • Qi Gong at the Ah Haa School begins today through the Ski Season. Join Susie Meade Mondays & Wednesdays from 8:45 – 9:45am.

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Nov
6
6:00 AM06:00

Tuesday November 6

Born on this day: NOV 6 - MARGARET EPPLER, KATHRYN METZGER, SARAH STEVENS, DIANE WOLFSON, ANGELA HARDY, STEVEN LEVY, JILL RIMMEY, SHEILA McLEMORE, SUSAN TANNENBAUM, SALLY FIELD, MARIA SHRIVER, GLEN FREY, ETHAN HAWKE, MIKE NICHOLS

At the Nugget:  7:00   A STAR IS BORN   2h 16min  R

  • TODAY IS ELECTION DAY! Tune in at 6 p.m. TUESDAY for election coverage! KOTO News will be bringing you results, interviews, election-themed tunes and more late into the evening. Head to KOTO.ORG for information on voting locations in San Miguel County.

  • We are still in need of volunteers for the KOTO Ski Swap, happening Nov.9th through the 12th. Saturday especially is in need of volunteers. Head to koto.org for more information and available shifts. Volunteering gets you access to all the sweet deals of the pre-swap sale! Sign up with a buddy!

  • On Friday, Nov. 9th Individual and Vendor drop-offs can be brought to the Wilkinson Library’s underground garage, 11:00am-5:30pm. If you wish to sell items at the swap, you need to buy tags. Save yourself time on Friday when you drop-off by pre-tagging all your items! Tags are $1 each and are available at the KOTO office.

  • Ridgway Yoga Shala invites you to join in a Seasonal Ayurvedic (A-yer-vid-ic) Cleanse led by Ayurvedic master Julie Peterson and nutritionist and meditation teacher Amy Eriksen. Call Julie at 970-708-0236 or visit www.ridgwayyogashala for more information and to register.

  • Rainbow, Rockies and Rascals Fall Fundraiser happens Friday November 9 at the Ah-Haa School for the Arts from 5:30-9:30. Come enjoy live music, delicious food, free champagne, a raffle and a live and silent auction.  

  •  KOTO is raffling off a season's pass for the 2018-19 ski season. Tickets are $10 and can be purchased at the KOTO studios at 207 N. Pine Street or from your favorite deejay. Tickets will also be available at the ski swap on Saturday, November 10th. The raffle winner will be drawn at the swap on Saturday.

  • Telluride MSHS Performing Arts Department Presents The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. Come for an early preview of the show on Thursday November 8 at 5PM. Evening shows are at 7PM on November 9 and 10, and on Sunday the 11th the run wraps up with a matinee at 2PM. Buy your tickets at the door at the Michael D. Palm Theater in Telluride.

  • Thursday, November 29th the Durango Wolf Symposium will take place at Fort Lewis College. Wolf experts will present diverse perspectives on wolf behavior, wolf management and the possibility of restoration of wolves to Colorado.  The public is invited to attend 3 DIFFERENT SESSIONS. Thursday morning 8:30am - 12:00pm, Thursday afternoon 1:00pm - 4:30pm and an evening Q&A w/speakers panel 7:00pm - 9:00pm. This event is FREE. Please attend any or all of the sessions.

  • There are 2 seats available for the 2019 Board of Directors for TMVOA. Qualified candidates must provide the following nomination materials by Friday, November 9th: A letter of intent to run for a seat, specifying the Class in which you belong (Class A/Residential or Class C/Commercial). A black and white photograph of yourself. A short bio, including your Mountain Village history, work history, family information, etc. Please send the above nomination packet to the TMVOA offices located at 113 Lost Creek Lane, Suite A, Mountain Village, CO 81435, or by email to tmvoa@tmvoa.org.  For more information, please contact TMVOA at (970) 728-1904 x7.

  • Saturday, Dec. 1st, Bootdoctors will sponsor the 3rd Annual Fundraiser for San Miguel County Search & Rescue. Catch the Telluride film premiere of TGR’s “Ode to Muir” at High Pie Pizzeria & Tap Room, 5:30-9pm. Contact: Bryce Young, 970-728-8009 or bryce@bootdoctors.com for more information

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Nov
5
6:00 AM06:00

Monday November 5

Born on this day: NOV 5 - ANDREW GINSBERG, SHEILA ODLAUG, NANCY TAYLOR, CHRIS COVEDON, ROY ROGERS, BRYAN ADAMS, STEVE MILLER, TATUM O’NEIL, SAM SHEPARD, IKE TURNER, EDWIN ENTNER, THERESA JOHNS, PAUL SIMON, ELKE SOMMER, WARREN GALBREATH

At the Nugget:  7:00  A STAR IS BORN (2h 16min R) 

  • Head to KOTO.ORG for Mid-Term Election Coverage. You can listen to past Off-the-Record ballot discussions, interviews with State Candidates, and local county commissioners’ ballot analysis. KOTO is your source for local and statewide election coverage.

  • KOTO is looking for listeners to serve on its Citizens Advisory Board.  This board meets quarterly to discuss programming on KOTO.  The next meeting is in early December.  If you’d be interested in being on this board, please email ben@koto.org

  • When you visit Clark's Market today and on Mondays through Nov. 12. Clark's Telluride will generously donate to the Pinhead Institute, beneficiary of its 7 Days of Ways to Save "Non Profit Day" fundraising program. So, after checking out, ask for your receipt and drop it in the designated box.

  • Meet at Esperanza's November 15th 5:00-6:30 to practice Spanish with Jill and Gloria from the library and other Spanish speakers from the community. The library will provide the appetizers and the margaritas are on special.  All levels are welcome!

    Wilkinson Public Library will host educational workshops designed to give you support as you raise your little one(s)! Free childcare and dinner will be provided. 5:30-6:30pm. Next session is Thursday, Nov. 8th. The Topic of discussion will be Supporting Challenging Behaviors at Home: Sibling Relationships, Redirecting Misbehavior 

    U-Act, Unaffiliated Action, urges you to register to vote.
    Register anytime up to the day of the election in person at the Clerk's Office in the Courthouse. Election Day is tomorrow, November 6.

  • Turkey Bingo will be Saturday Nov. 17th at the Elks Lodge in Telluride.

  • Don’t miss the After-Bingo Party at The Moon @ O’Bannons. Telluride’s own HO FUN DELUXE presents a Punk Rock Thanksgiving Show featuring Spintress Extraordinaire, Beatrixx Kiddo. Nov. 17th, Doors at 9. The Band goes on at 11pm.

  • We are still in need of volunteers for the KOTO Ski Swap, happening Nov.9th through the 12th.  Volunteering gets you access to all the sweet deals of the pre-swap sale! Sign up with a buddy! Head to koto.org for more information and available shifts.

  • KOTO is raffling off a season's pass for the 2018-19 ski season. Tickets are $10 and can be purchased at the KOTO studios at 207 N. Pine Street or from your favorite deejay. Tickets will also be available at the ski swap on Saturday, November 10th. 

  • Tonight, Tri County Health Network presents “Sick of Being Poor: The Deadly Impacts of Poverty,” at the Ah Haa School. This free presentation, meal and discussion will run 5:30-8:30. RSVP to info@tchnetwork.org or call 970-708-7096

  • The Sherbino Theater presents Gabrielle Louise and her Full Band. Friday, November 9th, doors 6:30 pm, concert 7:00. Tickets available sherbino.org

  • There are 2 seats available for the 2019 Board of Directors for TMVOA. Qualified candidates must provide the following nomination materials by Friday, November 9th: A letter of intent to run for a seat, specifying the Class in which you belong (Class A/Residential or Class C/Commercial). A black and white photograph of yourself. A short bio, including your Mountain Village history, work history, family information, etc. Please send the above nomination packet to the TMVOA offices located at 113 Lost Creek Lane, Suite A, Mountain Village, CO 81435, or by email to tmvoa@tmvoa.org.  For more information, please contact TMVOA at (970) 728-1904 x7.

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Nov
4
7:00 AM07:00

Sunday November 4

Birthdays:  NOV 4 - SALLY  WHITEHEAD, BARCLAY DARANYI,  BILL McKEE, BEV TAYLOR, LAURA RAPP, WALTER CRONKITE, RALPH MACCHIO, ART CARNEY,  LORETTA SWIT, MARKIE POST,  JEREMY SMITH

At the Nugget:  7:00   A STAR IS BORN (2h 16min R) 

  • U-Act, Unaffiliated Action, urges you to register to vote.
    Register anytime up to the day of the election in person at the Clerk's Office in the Courthouse. Election Day is November 6.

  • Come to a free exhibition and talk about the Northern Arizona Volunteer Medical Corps doctors’ experiences among the people of Haiti. At the Ah Haa School Saturday, November 10th 5-7p.m. The exhibit, entitled “My Brothers Our Sisters,” will run through the end of November. 

  • You can still register for Tri-County Health’s up-coming discussion, “Sick of Being Poor: The Deadly Impacts of Poverty.” A free meal and discussion follows the presentation. RSVP to info@tchnetwork.org or 970-708-7096. Monday, Nov. 5th, 5:30-8:30 pm.

  • Head to KOTO.ORG for Mid-Term Election Coverage. You can listen to past Off-the-Record ballot discussions, interviews with State Candidates, and local county commissioners’ ballot analysis. KOTO has KOTO is your source for local and statewide election coverage.

  • KOTO is raffling off a season's pass for the 2018-19 ski season.Tickets are $10 and can be purchased at the KOTO studios at 207 N. Pine Street or from your favorite deejay. Tickets will also be available at the ski swap on Saturday, November 10th. 

  • The 2nd Annual Chili Cook Off and Open House at the Ridgway Fire Department will take place on November 17th from 4:00 pm to 9:00 pm! For more info or to register, contact Jeff @ (256) 476-3882 or jctunnicliff@gmail.com

  • Rainbow, Rockies and Rascals Fall Fundraiser happens Friday November 9 at the Ah-Haa School for the Arts from 5:30-9:30 featuring live music, delicious food, free champagne, a raffle and a live and silent auction.  

  • The Wilkinson Public Library and Between the Covers Bookstore present another "Authors Uncovered" with Amy Irvine, author of "Desert Cabal: A New Season in the Wilderness," on Wednesday, November 7th, at 6pm, at Telluride Arts HQ. On this the 50th anniversary of Ed Abbey's "Desert Solitaire," Irvine's brutally honest essays lay "Desert Solitaire" bare, looking back at the man who wrote the book and the desert left behind. Also speaking will be Regina Lopez Whiteskunk of the Ute Mountain Ute Tribe, author of the afterword. A booksigning will follow the reading and Q&A. 

  • Join other bibliophiles at The West End Bistro at The Hotel Telluride on the second Thursday of every month to discuss what books you are reading, have read, or would like to read while sipping on libations. 5:15-6:15. Next meeting is November 8th.

  • Ridgway Yoga Shala invites you to join us in a Seasonal Ayurvedic (A-yer-vid-dic) Cleanse led by Ayurvedic practitioner Julie Peterson and meditation teacher Amy Eriksen. Call Julie at 970-708-0236 or visit www.ridgwayyogashala for more information

  • There are 2 seats available for the 2019 Board of Directors for TMVOA. Qualified candidates must provide the following nomination materials by Friday, November 9th: A letter of intent to run for a seat, specifying the Class in which you belong (Class A/Residential or Class C/Commercial). A black and white photograph of yourself. A short bio, including your Mountain Village history, work history, family information, etc. Please send the above nomination packet to the TMVOA offices located at 113 Lost Creek Lane, Suite A, Mountain Village, CO 81435, or by email to tmvoa@tmvoa.org.  For more information, please contact TMVOA at (970) 728-1904 x7.

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Nov
3
6:00 AM06:00

Saturday November 3

Birthdays: NOV 3 - KATHRYN HURTLEY, ADAM BENNETT, SANDRA CARRADINE,  MARY REINHARDT, REX SMITH, PAULA DUFRESNE,  JOHN SIR JESSE, TOREY MILLER, JOHN COYLE, MICHAEL DUKAKIS, ROSEANNE BARR, DENNIS MILLER, ADAM ANT, ANDY WILLIAMS, LARRY HOLMES, PHIL SIMMS, BRAD HAMBLIN

At the Nugget:  7:00pm A STAR IS BORN (2h 16min R) 

  • A Candlelight vigil will be held in Elks Park today, Nov. 3rd. from 4:30 to 5:30, remembering the lives of those who we lost, because of hate, in Pittsburgh, and anywhere. The vigil is open to the entire community. Hosted by the Telluride Jewish Community. 

  • Telluride’s favorite Peter Pans are back… it’s time to grow up & get real.  Telluride Theater is hosting open auditions for DUDE & BRO GET REAL. Looking for comedic actors & all types of performers to work on this fun new original show. Auditions are today, Nov. 3rd, 5-7pm at the high school. Check in, in the Palm Lobby.

  • Head to KOTO.ORG for Mid-Term Election Coverage. You can listen to past Off-the-Record ballot discussions, interviews with State Candidates, and local county commissioners’ ballot analysis. KOTO is your source for local and state-wide election coverage.

  • The KOTO Ski & Sports Swap happens Saturday November 10. If you’d like to sell items at the swap, stop by the KOTO office to purchase tags. They are $1 each. There are still volunteer positions available! Don’t miss your chance to shop the pre-swap swap! Head to koto.org for more info.

  • KOTO is raffling off a season's pass for the 2018-19 ski season. Tickets are $10 and can be purchased at the KOTO studios at 207 N. Pine Street or from your favorite deejay. Tickets will also be available at the ski swap on Saturday, November 10th. 

  • Ridgway Yoga Shala invites you to take a 200-hour Teacher Training Prana Vinyasa Flow with Maria Garre.  You will leave with a deeper understanding of anatomy and alignment, sequencing principles, chakra energy understanding, sacred texts of the yoga sutras, an understanding of ayurvedic (A-yer-vid-ic) medicine and creating a home practice.  Dive deep into your understanding of yourself and get a 200 hour RYT Certificate at the end of the 7-month training.  Each month there will be a weekend intensive to finish this course. First class is November 16- 18th.   www.ridgwayyogashala.com for more information…..or call 970-218-4799

  • Jumpin’ Jan Productions will host a Voter Registration Rally, today, Saturday, Nov. 3rd at the Moon at O’Bannon’s. ft. Joint Point AND free chili! Beginning at 6pm. This event is open to all ages - under 18 must be accompanied by an adult.

  • The Telluride Institute’s Talking Gourds Poetry Club is proud to host Wrights Mesa poet Ellen Metrick on Tuesday night, Nov. 13th, starting at 6 p.m. at the Telluride Arts HQ gallery across from the Wilkinson Public Library.

  • Today is the final day to catch the Sherbino Theater Company’s presentation of "No Body to Murder": A Comedic Murder Mystery.” Doors at 7:00, Curtains at 7:30. Tickets at sherbino.org

  • There are 2 seats available for the 2019 Board of Directors for TMVOA. Qualified candidates must provide the following nomination materials by Friday, November 9th: A letter of intent to run for a seat, specifying the Class in which you belong (Class A/Residential or Class C/Commercial). A black and white photograph of yourself. A short bio, including your Mountain Village history, work history, family information, etc. Please send the above nomination packet to the TMVOA offices located at 113 Lost Creek Lane, Suite A, Mountain Village, CO 81435, or by email to tmvoa@tmvoa.org.  For more information, please contact TMVOA at (970) 728-1904 x7.

  • You can still register for Tri-County Health’s up-coming discussion, “Sick of Being Poor: The Deadly Impacts of Poverty.” A free meal and discussion follows the presentation. RSVP to info@tchnetwork.org or 970-708-7096. Monday, Nov. 5th, 5:30-8:30 pm.

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Nov
2
6:00 AM06:00

Friday November 2

Birthdays: NOV 2 - RUTH McCAIN, MICHALE KVALE, ROSEMERRY WAHTOLA TROMMER, GLORIA WENZIK, KIM HILLEY, LYLA KIRSCH, JULIE CRAM, KARYN HUSCHKE, BURT LANCASTER, STEPHANIE POWERS, K.D. LANG,

At the Nugget:  7:00pm A STAR IS BORN (2h 16min R) 

  • The Gondola reopens Sunday, Nov. 16th.

  • Telluride’s favorite Peter Pans are back… it’s time to grow up & get real.  Telluride Theater is hosting open auditions for DUDE & BRO GET REAL. Looking for comedic actors & all types of performers to work on this fun new original show. Auditions are today, Nov. 2nd and tomorrow Nov. 3rd, 5-7pm at the high school. Check in, in the Palm Lobby.

  • Jumpin’ Jan Productions will host a Voter Registration Rally, tomorrow, Saturday, Nov. 3rd at the Moon at O’Bannon’s. ft. Joint Point AND Free Chili! 6pm. This event is open to all ages - under 18 must be accompanied by an adult.

  • Ridgway Yoga Shala invites you to join us in a Seasonal Ayurvedic (A-yer-vid-ic) Cleanse led by Ayurvedic practitioner Julie Peterson and meditation teacher Amy Eriksen. Call Julie at 970-708-0236 or visit www.ridgwayyogashala for more information

  • The KOTO Ski & Sports Swap happens Saturday November 10. If you’d like to sell items at the swap, stop by the KOTO office to purchase tags. They are $1 each. We are still in need of volunteers for the swap. Shifts are available Thursday Nov. 9th- Monday Nov. 12th. Head to koto.org to sign-up!

  • After you’ve shopped the swap, stop by the bottom of Lift 8 to watch or partake in the 5th Annual Freestyle FREE-ride. Celebrate the start of winter by hitting the features for free! Nov. 10th, 10am- 3pm.

  • The Telluride Institute’s Talking Gourds Poetry Club is proud to host Wrights Mesa poet Ellen Metrick on Tuesday night, Nov. 13th, starting at 6 p.m. at the Telluride Arts HQ gallery across from the Wilkinson Public Library.

  • Come to a free exhibition, and talk about the Northern Arizona Volunteer Medical Corps doctors’ experiences among the people of Haiti at the Ah Haa School, Saturday, November 10th 5-7p.m. The exhibit, entitled “My Brothers Our Sisters,” will run through the end of November. 

  • Wednesday, Nov. 7th, the Telluride Mountain Club and The Peter Inglis Avalanche Education Fund, present the latest installment of their Telluride Backcountry Chats; Avalanche Accidents: The illusion of control and the perils of positive outcomes
    with Dale Atkins. At Jagged Edge, talk begins at 6pm.

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  • KOTO is raffling off a season's pass for the 2018-19 ski season. Tickets are $10 and can be purchased at the KOTO studios at 207 N. Pine Street or from your favorite deejay. Tickets will also be available at the ski swap on Saturday, November 10th. 

  • Join other bibliophiles at The West End Bistro at The Hotel Telluride on the second Thursday of every month to discuss what books you are reading, have read, or would like to read while sipping on libations. Next meeting is Thursday November 8th. 5:15-6:15. 

  • The Wilkinson Public Library and Between the Covers Bookstore present another "Authors Uncovered" with Amy Irvine, author of "Desert Cabal: A New Season in the Wilderness," on Wednesday, November 7th, at 6pm, at Telluride Arts HQ. On this the 50th anniversary of Ed Abbey's "Desert Solitaire," Irvine's brutally honest essays lay "Desert Solitaire" bare, looking back at the man who wrote the book and the desert left behind. Also speaking will be Regina Lopez Whiteskunk of the Ute Mountain Ute Tribe, author of the afterword. A booksigning will follow the reading and Q&A. 

  • November 1st-3rd, the Sherbino Theater Company presents "No Body to Murder": A Comedic Murder Mystery. Doors at 7, Curtains at 7:30. Tickets at sherbino.org

  • A Candlelight vigil will be held in Elks Park tomorrow, Saturday, Nov. 3rd. from 4:30 to 5:30, remembering the lives of those who we lost because of hate, in Pittsburgh, and anywhere. The vigil is open to the entire community. Hosted by the Telluride Jewish Community. 

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Nov
1
6:00 AM06:00

Thursday November 1

Birthdays NOV 1 - ANDY KRUEGER,  DOUG KRAFT, DAVE PEDERSEN, BARB CHAPOT, JOHN CLAY, BARB MOLINA, BOBBIE JOE DICKSON, LYLE LOVETT, BILL ANDERSON, BARBARA BOSSON, FERNANDO VALENZUELA, DAN PEEK, JENNY McCarthy, TONI COLLETTE, ANTHONY KEIDIS, DON BERMAN

At the Nugget:  7:00   A STAR IS BORN   (2h 16min  R)

  • The 2nd Annual Chili Cook Off and Open House at the Ridgway Fire Department will take place on November 17th from 4:00 pm to 9:00 pm! For more info or to register, contact Jeff @ (256) 476-3882 or jctunnicliff@gmail.com

  • A 5-day wilderness first responder course will take place in Telluride Dec.7-9 and 15-16.  A Recert. Class is offered Dec. 7-9.  Go to cprworld.com for more info.

  • Rainbow, Rockies and Rascals Fall Fundraiser happens Friday November 9 at the Ah-Haa school for the arts from 5:30-9:30 featuring live music, delicious food, free champagne, a raffle and a live and silent auction.  

  • The 16th Annual Moab Folk Festival happens this weekend, November 2-4, Tickets can be purchased online, by phone (435-259-3198), or in person at the venue at the time of the show.   info@moabfolkfestival.com

  • Ski Patrol will be firing the Howitzer today, November 1st, for annual training. Please obey the current UPHILL CLOSURE! Howitzer shrapnel can be dangerous or lethal at great distances. Please stay clear! For more information contact Scott Pittenger, Director of Mountain Operations,  spittenger@tellurideskiresort.com or (970) 728-7550.

  • The Wilkinson Public Library and Between the Covers Bookstore present another "Authors Uncovered" with Amy Irvine, author of "Desert Cabal: A New Season in the Wilderness," on Wednesday, November 7th, at 6pm, at Telluride Arts HQ. On this, the 50th anniversary of Ed Abbey's "Desert Solitaire," Irvine's brutally honest essays lay "Desert Solitaire" bare, looking back at the man who wrote the book and the desert left behind. Also speaking will be Regina Lopez Whiteskunk of the Ute Mountain Ute Tribe, author of the afterword. A book signing will follow the reading and Q&A. 

  • We are still in need of volunteers for the KOTO Ski Swap, happening Nov.9th through the 12th.  Volunteering gets you access to all the sweet deals of the pre-swap sale! Sign up with a buddy! Head to koto.org for more information and available shifts. To sell items at the swap, you need to purchase a tag here at the KOTO Office. Tags are $1 each.

  • Today through Friday, Nov. 2nd, The Wilkinson Library will have a Dia de Los Muertos Altar. Bring photos of loved ones you’d like to remember. Located in the Library’s stair landing. Stop by the library today at 3:30 to do Dia de los Muertos crafts!

  • If you need some help with your ballot, stop by the first floor meeting room at the library from 12:00 to 1:00 or 5:30 to 6:30 for some help, today, Nov. 1.

  • November 1st-3rd, the Sherbino Theater Company presents "No Body to Murder": A Comedic Murder Mystery. Doors at 7, Curtains at 7:30. Tickets at sherbino.org

  • Head to KOTO.ORG for Mid-Term Election Coverage. You can listen to past Off-the-Record ballot discussions, interviews with State Candidates, and local county commissioners’ ballot analysis. KOTO is your source for local and statewide election coverage.

  • The Gondola will re-open for the winter season Friday, Nov. 16.

  • A Candlelight vigil will be held in Elks Park, Saturday, Nov. 3rd. from 4:30 to 5:30, remembering the lives of those who we lost because of hate, in Pittsburgh, and anywhere. The vigil is open to the entire community. Hosted by the Telluride Jewish Community. 

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Oct
31
6:00 AM06:00

Wednesday October 31

Born on this day: OCT 31 - VANILLA ICE, DALE EVANS, KEITH RAINVILLE, TOM GORALKA, PATRICIA HOUSTON, BARBARA MARTIN, KRISTEN PFAFF, BARB CRAM, JOHN CANDY, BRIAN DOYLE-MURRAY, DAN RATHER, JANE PAULEY, ROB SCHNEIDER

At the Nugget:  7:00   A STAR IS BORN   2h 16min  R

  • Happy Halloween! The Halloween Parade is happening today! Pre-schoolers-to-6th graders are invited to show off their costumes down Colorado Ave.! Meet at the Telluride Elementary School. Parade will begin at 1:30pm.

  • Celebrate Halloween and support the Telluride Historical Museum. Trick-or-Treating down Fir St. will begin at 4:30 pm. After you’ve stocked up on candy, head to the Haunted Hospital at 7pm. 

  • November 1-3, the Sherbino Theater Company presents "No Body to Murder": A Comedic Murder Mystery. Doors at 7, Curtains at 7:30. Tickets at sherbino.org

  • Jumpin’ Jan Productions will host a Voter Registration Rally, this Saturday, Nov. 3rd at the Moon at O’Bannon’s. 6pm. This event is open to all ages - under 18 must be accompanied by an adult.

  • Turkey Bingo is Saturday Nov. 17th at the Elks Lodge. Don’t miss the post-Bingo Punk Rock Thanksgiving Show at the Moon @ O’Bannon’s ft. Telluride’s own, Ho Fun Deluxe. Spintress Extraordinaire Beatrixx Kiddo will open. Doors at 9pm.

  • Today, Wednesday Oct. 31, is the deadline to sign up for “Sick of Being Poor: The Deadly Impacts of Poverty. A free presentation, meal and discussion will take place at the Ah Haa School Nov. 5, 5:30-8:30 pm. RSVP to info@tchnetwork.org or call 970-708-7096.

  • Wilkinson Public Library will host educational workshops designed to give you support as you raise your little one(s)! Free childcare and dinner will be provided. 5:30-6:30pm. Next session is Thursday, Nov. 8th. The Topic of discussion will be Supporting Challenging Behaviors at Home: Sibling Relationships, Redirecting Misbehavior 

  • Ski Patrol will be firing the Howitzer on Thursday November 1, for annual training. Please obey the current UPHILL CLOSURE! Howitzer shrapnel can be dangerous or lethal at great distances. Please stay clear! For more information contact Scott Pittenger, Director of Mountain Operations,  spittenger@tellurideskiresort.com or (970) 728-7550.

  • We are still in need of volunteers for the KOTO Ski Swap, happening Nov.9th through the 12th.  Volunteering gets you access to all the sweet deals of the pre-swap sale! Sign up with a buddy! Head to koto.org for more information and available shifts. To sell items at the swap, you need to purchase a tag here at the KOTO Office. Tags are $1 each.

  • TONIGHT! Liberty Bar will have their 2nd Annual Hallo-Freaky-Ween featuring LIVE music from Alan Boo-radley and the NIA. The annual costume contest will begin at 9 pm with judging and awards around 10 pm.

  • A free legal clinic, for parties who have no attorney, will be held at the Wilkinson Public Library Wednesday November 14th from 2:00 PM – 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, veteran’s issues, and civil protection orders.  Please contact the Wilkinson Public Library at 728-4519 to schedule an appointment.   

  • KOTO is raffling off a season's pass for the 2018-19 ski season. Tickets are $10 and can be purchased at the KOTO studios at 207 N. Pine Street or from your favorite deejay. Tickets will also be available at the ski swap on Saturday, November 10th.  

  • The Wilkinson Library is having their Halloween party today, beginning at 3:30-5pm in the Kids Area.

  • Wednesday, Nov. 7th, the Telluride Mountain Club and The Peter Inglis Avalanche Education Fund, present the latest installment of their Telluride Backcountry Chats; Avalanche Accidents: The illusion of control and the perils of positive outcomes
    with Dale Atkins. At Jagged Edge, talk begins at 6pm.

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Oct
30
6:00 AM06:00

Tuesday October 30

Born on this day: OCT 30 - HENRY WINKLER, GRACE SLICK, CHARLES ARMSTRONG, MATTY SHEEHAN, JIM WHITEHEAD, SEAN HAWVER, MATT TOUCHETTE, HOWARD KENNEDY, HOLLY BOUGHTON, TOM KENNEDY

At the Nugget:  7:00   A STAR IS BORN   2h 16min  R

  • Preschoolers-to-6th Graders are invited to parade down Colorado Ave. in Telluride’s Annual Halloween Parade! Participants will depart Telluride Elementary School at 1:30 pm this Wednesday, Oct. 31st.

  • We are still in need of volunteers for the KOTO Ski Swap, happening Nov.9th through the 12th.  Volunteering gets you access to all the sweet deals of the pre-swap sale! Sign up with a buddy! Head to koto.org for more information and available shifts.

  • Jumpin’ Jan Productions will host a Voter Registration Rally this Saturday, Nov. 3rd at the Moon at O’Bannon’s. 6pm. This event is free and open to all ages. Under 18 must be accompanied by an adult.

  • Today, Tuesday, Oct. 30, join the Progressive Women’s Caucus of the San Juans for a forum on Ballot Measures. At Rebekah Hall, 6pm. The forum will also be broadcasted here on KOTO. Be sure to attend or tune in!

  • Ridgway Yoga Shala invites you to join in a Seasonal Ayurvedic Cleanse led by Ayurvedic master Julie Peterson and nutritionist and meditation teacher Amy Eriksen.  They will lead you in a gentle and safe way to detoxify your body and mind with two classes and a 10 day supported cleanse using Ayurvedic Herbs and Kitchari, a diet that cleanses and helps the body stay nourished at the same time. There will also be an offering of freshly prepared kitchari for those who want it made for you by Honga Im.  Call Julie at 970-708-0236 or visit www.ridgwayyogashala  for more information and to register.

  • This Saturday, Nov. 3rd, at the Livery in Norwood, the Saturday Night at the Livery Lecture Series features Amy Irvine, author of "Desert Cabal: A New Season in the Wilderness," a nod to the 50th anniversary of Ed Abbey's "Desert Solitaire" and what it means in today's world. Also speaking will be Regina Lopez Whiteskunk of the Ute Mountain Ute Tribe as contributor to the “small but mighty rant”. Event starts at 6:30pm. Amy and Regina will also appear in Telluride on Wednesday, November 7th, at 6pm, at the Wilkinson Public Library, in conjunction with Between the Covers Bookstore.

  • Celebrate Halloween and support the Telluride Historical Museum, this Wednesday Oct. 31st. Trick-or-Treat down Fir St. beginning at 4:30 until 7pm, when the Haunted Hospital opens its doors.

  •  Today through Friday, Nov. 2nd, The Wilkinson Library will have a Dia de Los Muertos Altar. Bring photos of loved ones you’d like to remember. Located in the Library’s stair landing.

  • Rainbow, Rockies and Rascals Fall Fundraiser happens Friday November 9 at the Ah-Haa School for the Arts from 5:30-9:30. Come enjoy live music, delicious food, free champagne, a raffle and a live and silent auction.  

  • Head to KOTO.ORG for Mid-Term Election Coverage. You can listen to past Off-the-Record ballot discussions, interviews with State Candidates, and local county commissioners’ ballot analysis. KOTO is your source for local and state-wide election coverage.

  • Tomorrow, Wednesday, Oct. 31, is the deadline to sign up for “Sick of Being Poor: The Deadly Impacts of Poverty. A free presentation, meal and discussion will take place at the Ah Haa School Nov. 5, 5:30-8:30 pm. RSVP to info@tchnetwork.org or call 970-708-7096.

  •  KOTO is raffling off a season's pass for the 2018-19 ski season. Tickets are $10 and can be purchased at the KOTO studios at 207 N. Pine Street or from your favorite deejay. Tickets will also be available at the ski swap on Saturday, November 10th. 

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Oct
29
6:00 AM06:00

Monday October 29


  • Born on this day: OCT 29 - RICHARD DREYFUSS, KATE JACKSON, MELBA MOORE, RANDY JACKSON, WINONA RYDER, STEEL BOKHOF, JULIE McNAIR, WOODY PATTISHALL, CARL MARCUS, WENDY FULTON,

  • At the Nugget:  7:00  A STAR IS BORN (2h 16min R) 

    • tober is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Breast cancer deaths are on the decline, thanks to increased awareness and early detection. Schedule your annual screening mammogram today.

  • Head to KOTO.ORG for Mid-Term Election Coverage. You can listen to past Off-the-Record ballot discussions, interviews with State Candidates, and local county commissioners’ ballot analysis. KOTO is your source for local and statewide election coverage.

  • KOTO Ski Swap Nov 10th.  Go to Koto.org to get all info for the weekend.  Also link is there to sign up to volunteer to shop at the pre-swap.  Buy tickets to sell individual items at swap here at KOTO'S office.  Tix are $1 each. 

  • KOTO is looking for listeners to serve on its Citizens Advisory Board.  This board meets quarterly to discuss programming on KOTO.  The next meeting is in early December.  If you’d be interested in being on this board, please email ben@koto.org.   

  • When you visit Clark's Market today and on Mondays through Nov. 12. Clark's Telluride will generously donate to the Pinhead Institute, beneficiary of its 7 Days of Ways to Save "Non Profit Day" fundraising program. So, after checking out, ask for your receipt and drop it in the designated box.  

  • 2nd Annual Chili Cook Off and Open House at the Ridgway Fire Department on November 17, 2018 from 4:00 pm to 9:00 pm! For more info or to register, contact Jeff @ (256) 476-3882 or jctunnicliff@gmail.com

  • Meet at Esperanza's November 15th 5:00-6:30 to practice Spanish with Jill and Gloria from the library and other Spanish speakers from the community. The library will provide the appetizers and the margaritas are on special.  All levels are welcome!

  • Wilkinson Public Library will host educational workshops designed to give you support as you raise your little one(s)! Free childcare and dinner will be provided. 5:30-6:30pm. Next session is Thursday, Nov. 8th. The Topic of discussion will be Supporting Challenging Behaviors at Home: Sibling Relationships, Redirecting Misbehavior 

  • U-Act, Unaffiliated Action, urges you to register to vote. Register online, or update information, at GoVoteColorado.com before the 29th of October or anytime up to the day of the election in person at the Clerk's Office in the Courthouse.
    If you are leaving town for the off season ballots can be requested in person starting on the 5th of October, also at the Clerk's Office. Ballots will be mailed the week of October 15. Election day is November 6.

  • Preschoolers-to-6th Graders are invited to parade down Colorado Ave. in Telluride’s Annual Halloween Parade! Participants will depart Telluride Elementary School at 1:30 pm this Wednesday, Oct. 31st.

  • On Tuesday, Oct. 30th, join the Progressive Women’s Caucus and the community for a forum on Ballot Measures. At Rebekah Hall, 6pm. The forum will also be broadcasted here on KOTO. Be sure to attend or tune in!

    KOTO- Radio Almost Like the Professionals

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Oct
28
6:00 AM06:00

Sunday October 28

  • Birthdays:  OCT 28 - KEITH CRAWFORD, CRAIG MUHONEN, DANNY THOMPSON, DEB WOODELL, KEN HODGES, ASHLEY PALOMAR, CHARLIE DANIELS, ANNIE POTTS, BRUCE JENNER, GINA GUARASCIO,

  • At the Nugget:  7:00   A STAR IS BORN (2h 16min R) 

  • The 7th Annual Rotary Pancake breakfast happens today, October 28th from 8am-1pm at Clark’s Market. All you can eat for $5. Proceeds benefit Angel Baskets and the San Miguel County Food bank.

  • Come Celebrate Postman Jim Looney’s retirement at Esperanza’s. Today, October 28th 5-8pm. 

  • Ridgway Yoga Shala invites you to take a 200-hour Teacher Training Prana Vinyasa Flow with Maria Garre.  You will leave with a deeper understanding of anatomy and alignment, sequencing principles, chakra energy understanding, sacred texts of the yoga sutras, an understanding of ayurvedic medicine and creating a home practice.  Dive deep into your understanding of yourself and get a 200 hour RYT Certificate at the end of the 7-month training.  Each month there will be a weekend intensive to finish this course. First class is November 16- 18th. www.ridgwayyogashala.com for more information…..or call 970-218-4799

  • Please, don’t allow trash or grease to go down your drains.  This helps prevent sewer backups, overflows, and costly repairs of damaged equipment at the plant.  We thank you for your cooperation.

  • Liberty Bar will have their 2nd Annual Hallo-Freaky-Ween on Wednesday, October 31st featuring LIVE music from Alan Booradley and the NIA. The annual costume contest will begin at 9 pm with judging and awards around 10 pm.

  • Come to a free exhibition and talk about the Northern Arizona Volunteer Medical Corps doctors’ experiences among the people of Haiti at the Ah Haa School Saturday, November 10th 5-7p.m. The exhibit, entitled “My Brothers Our Sisters,” will run through the end of November. 

  • Head to KOTO.ORG for Mid-Term Election Coverage. You can listen to past Off-the-Record ballot discussions, interviews with State Candidates, and local county commissioners’ ballot analysis. KOTO is your source for local and statewide election coverage.

  • The Telluride Historical Museum will host their annual Haunted Hospital this Halloween. Trick or Treat down Fir Street beginning at 4:30 until 7:00pm, when the Haunted Hospital opens its doors. If you’d like to help or if you’d like to donate candy, contact Pepper, at pepper@telluridemuseum.org. There is also a candy donation bin at Alpine Bank.

  • The 2nd Annual Chili Cook Off and Open House at the Ridgway Fire Department will take place on November 17th from 4:00 pm to 9:00 pm! For more info or to register, contact Jeff @ (256) 476-3882 or jctunnicliff@gmail.com

  • Rainbow, Rockies and Rascals Fall Fundraiser happens Friday November 9 at the Ah-Haa school for the arts from 5:30-9:30 featuring live music, delicious food, free champagne, a raffle and a live and silent auction.  

KOTO- Radio Almost Like The Professionals

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Oct
27
6:00 AM06:00

Saturday October 27

  • Birthdays: OCT 27 - JOHN CLEESE, SIMON LE BON, JAYNE KENNEDY, GUS COMPTON, JEREMY FRIEDMAN, PERRAN HOWELL, JERRY RYAN, RICHARD SNOWBARGER, ALLISON SULLIVAN,  PAUL KANE, THEODORE ROOSEVELT, SYLVIA PLATH

  • At the Nugget:  7:00pm A STAR IS BORN (2h 16min R) 

  • The KOTO Halloween party is tonight at the Moon at OB’s, doors at 8pm! Get your groove on to internationally renowned DJ Logic. Costume Contest with great prizes! Tickets available at koto.org or at the door. Don’t miss it!

  • The Enterprise Bar and Grill’s Wild West Saloon Halloween Party with Billy and The Kid happens tonight. Festivities begin at 9pm.

  • Telluride Ski and Snowboard Club will be hosting their first ‘Love Your Mountain' clean-up day. Meet today at 10 am at the base of Lift 4. Clean-up will go till noon. Contact Maggie at (970) 708-7751 for more information.

  • There is a haunted house at the Bob Saunders Theater tonight, 5:30-8pm. Funds benefit the thespian student’s trip to the State Conference in Denver.

  • The Palm presents La Fanciulla Del West (Puccini) this morning at 11:00am. Runtime: 3hrs. 42min. w/2 intermissions

  • The 7th Annual Rotary Pancake breakfast happens Sunday October 28th from 8am-1pm at Clark’s Market. All you can eat for $5. Proceeds benefit Angel Baskets and the San Miguel County Food bank.

  • Come Celebrate Postman Jim Looney’s retirement at Esperanza’s. Sunday, October 28th 5-8pm. 

  • Wilkinson Public Library will host educational workshops designed to give you support as you raise your little one(s)! Free childcare and dinner will be provided. Next workshop is Nov 8th 5:30-6:30pm: Supporting Challenging Behaviors at Home: Sibling Relationships, Redirecting Misbehavior 

  • Monday Oct. 29-Nov. 2nd, The Wilkinson Library will have a Dia de Los Muertos Altar. Bring photos of loved ones you’d like to remember. Located in the Library’s stair landing.

  • The Telluride Historical Museum will host their annual Haunted Hospital this Halloween. Trick or Treat down Fir Street beginning at 4:30 until 7:00pm, when the Haunted Hospital opens its doors. The museum is looking for volunteers to help pass out candy on Fir Street. If you’d like to help or if you’d like to donate candy, contact Pepper, at pepper@telluridemuseum.org. There is also a candy donation bin at Alpine Bank.

  • The Telluride Fire Protection District will host an Open House Sunday October 28th, 3-5pm. Stop by to support the dedicated EMS responders and firefighters that protect this community.

  • Be sure to visit Clark's Market in Telluride Monday Oct 15th and for the following four Mondays through Nov. 12. That's when Clark's Telluride has generously designated Pinhead Institute the sole beneficiary of its 7 Days of Ways To Save "Non Profit Day" fundraising program. It's a fantastic opportunity for you to help support us while doing your ordinary grocery shopping. Here's how it works: Shop each Monday as you normally would. After checking out, be sure to ask for your receipt and drop it in the designated box. Clark's will then donate five percent of the sale to Pinhead. Shop and drop - it's that easy!

  • The 2nd Annual Chili Cook Off and Open House at the Ridgway Fire Department will take place on November 17th from 4:00 pm to 9:00 pm! For more info or to register, contact Jeff @ (256) 476-3882 or jctunnicliff@gmail.com

  • Ridgway Yoga Shala invites you to an Ashtanga workshop with Annie Pace November 2-4.  Whether you are a beginner or have a practice going, you will get great insight into this ancient yogic practice led by one of the most highly regarded teachers on this continent.  Go to www.ridgwayyogashala.com to register or for any questions.  Space is limited so register soon!

  •  KOTO is looking for listeners to serve on its Citizens Advisory Board.  This board meets quarterly to discuss programming on KOTO.  The next meeting is in early December.  If you’d be interested in being on this board, please email ben@koto.org

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Oct
26
6:00 AM06:00

Friday October 26

  • Birthdays: OCT 26 - HILLARY CLINTON, PAT SAJAK, JACLYN SMITH, MIKEY DULING, DAVE LAMB, JEN TAYLOR, REBECCA BOYD, MICHELE MONTAGUE, DAN WILSON, SCOTT ANTHONY DiROCCO, RACHEL VASS, NATALIE MERCHANT

  • At the Nugget:  7:00pm A STAR IS BORN (2h 16min R) 

  • The KOTO Halloween Party happens this Saturday October 27th at the Fly me to O’Bannon’s Moon Saloon featuring internationally renowned DJ Logic. Costume Contest with great prizes! Tickets at koto.org

  •  The GONDOLA IS CLOSED FOR THE SEASON: Up-hill traffic on the resort is suspended for the closure period.

  • U-Act, Unaffiliated Action, urges you to register to vote.
    Register online, or update information at GoVoteColorado.com before this Monday, October 29th, or anytime up to the day of the election in person at the Clerk's Office in the Courthouse. If you are leaving town for the off season ballots can be requested in person at the Clerk's Office. Election day is November 6.

  • Ridgway Yoga Shala invites you to join us in a Seasonal Ayurvedic Cleanse led by Ayurvedic practitioner Julie Peterson and meditation teacher Amy Eriksen. Call Julie at 970-708-0236 or visit www.ridgwayyogashala for more information

  • Come Celebrate Postman Jim Looney’s retirement at Esperanza’s. Sunday, October 28th 5-8pm. 

  • The KOTO Ski & Sports Swap happens Saturday November 10. If you’d like to sell items at the swap, stop by the KOTO office to purchase tags. They are $1 each. Sign up to volunteer at the swap and get access to the pre-swap sale! Head to koto.org for more info.

  • After you’ve shopped the swap, stop by the bottom of Lift 8 to watch or partake in the 5th Annual Freestyle FREE-ride. Celebrate the start of winter by hitting the features for free! 10am- 3pm.

  • The 16th Annual Moab Folk Festival happens November 2-4. Tickets can be purchased online, by phone (435-259-3198), or in person at the venue at the time of the show.   info@moabfolkfestival.com

  • CSU extension is offering a third Local Seed Saving Class in Norwood tomorrow, Oct. 27th, from 9 am till 3 or 4 pm.  It will be at the Norwood Fire house in the morning and at the Norwood Community Garden in the afternoon.  Please sign up in advance!  We need at least 10 people to sign up in order to hold the class.  Contact Yvette.Henson@colostate.edu or call 970-327-4393.

  •  The Palm presents La Fanciulla Del West (Puccini) Saturday, Oct. 27th @ 11:00am. Runtime: 3hrs. 42min. w/2 intermissions

  •  The Enterprise Bar and Grill’s Wild West Saloon Halloween Party with Billy and The Kid happens Saturday, October 27th, in Rico. Festivities begin at 9pm.

  •  The Ouray Elks are hosting a Haunted House and Fear Fair from 4:30-8:30 today and tomorrow, featuring a haunted maze and spooky carnival booths.  970-318-8516 for info. 

  • Come to a free exhibition, and talk about the Northern Arizona Volunteer Medical Corps doctors’ experiences among the people of Haiti at the Ah Haa School Saturday, November 10th 5-7p.m. The exhibit, entitled “My Brothers Our Sisters,” will run through the end of November. 

  • Telluride Ski and Snowboard Club will be hosting their first ‘Love Your Mountain' clean-up day. Saturday, October 27th 10am-12pm starting at the base of Lift 4. Contact Maggie at (970) 708-7751 for more information.

  • Wilkinson Public Library will host a Family Pumpkin Carving event Saturday morning at 10:30 am. The library will provide everything you need at no charge! Sign up to participate at the Library’s Yoth Desk.

  • There is a haunted house at the Bob Saunders Theater tonight and tomorrow night, 5:30-8pm. Funds benefit the thespian student’s trip to the State Conference in Denver.

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Oct
25
6:00 AM06:00

Thursday October 25

Birthdays: OCT 25 - BAINES PRITCHARD, CATHERINE SELLMAN, DANIEL SPEISS, THOMAS CARY, ROBERT LIBERMAN, GREG PALOMBI, NORM McLEAN, JULIA ROBERTS, MINNIE PEARL, HELEN REDDY, MARION ROSS, BOBBY KNIGHT

At the Nugget:   VENOM   7:00 P.M. (1h 52min  PG-13)

 Eco-Action Partners will hold an electronics recycling today at the Carhenge Lot off of West Pacific, from 11am-4pm.  Fees apply. Cell phones, wires and rechargeable batteries are free.

 The Wilkinson Library will host Chill and Chili featuring Double Neck guitarist Mark Kroos. Kroos placed first in Guitar Player Magazine’s International Competition. Warm your soul with sweet tunes AND a bowl of green chili. The event is tonight at 6pm and is FREE!

Volunteer at the Ah Haa School and earn free classes!  Learn more about volunteer opportunities today 2-3:30 pm at the Ah Haa.

 Tonight, the Sherbino Theater will host Sherb Talk: “Factory Girls; Reporting Among the Working Women of China and Egypt”

 with Leslie Chang. Doors at 6:30 pm, Talk at 7 pm. Entry by donation.

 Ladies! You are invited to the Liberty Bar tonight at 5:00pm, to discuss state and local initiatives and complete your ballot if you so choose. Bring your 2018 Mail-in Ballot and Blue Book!

 A 5-day wilderness first responder course will take place in Telluride Dec.7-9 and 15-16.  A Recert. Class is offered Dec. 7-9.  Go to cprworld.com for more info.

 Rainbow, Rockies and Rascals Fall Fundraiser happens Friday November 9 at the Ah-Haa school for the arts from 5:30-9:30 featuring live music, delicious food, free champagne, a raffle and a live and silent auction.  

 The 7th Annual Rotary Pancake breakfast happens Sunday October 28th from 8am-1pm at Clark’s Market. All you can eat for $5. Proceeds benefit Angel Baskets and the San Miguel County Food bank.

 The KOTO Halloween party happens Saturday night October 27th at O’Bannon’s.  Featuring internationally renowned DJ Logic. Tickets available at koto.org or at the door.

 Telluride Ski and Snowboard Club will be hosting their first ‘Love Your Mountain' clean-up day. Saturday, October 27th 10am-12pm starting at the base of Lift 4. Contact Maggie at (970) 708-7751 for more information.

 Saturday, Nov. 10th, stop by the bottom of Lift 8 to watch or partake in the 5th Annual Freestyle FREE-ride. Celebrate the KOTO SKI Swap and the start of winter by hitting the features for free! 10am- 3pm.

The Hanley/Pavilion Ice Rink schedule is available on the Town of Telluride Website in the Parks & Rec. Dept. section.

 KOTO is looking for listeners to serve on its Citizens Advisory Board.  This board meets quarterly to discuss programming on KOTO.  The next meeting is in early December.  If you’d be interested in being on this board, please email ben@koto.org

 CSU extension is offering a third Local Seed Saving Class in Norwood on October 27, from 9 am till 3 or 4 pm.  It will be at the Norwood Fire house in the morning and at the Norwood Community Garden in the afternoon.  Please sign up in advance!  We need at least 10 people to sign up in order to hold the class.  Contact Yvette.Henson@colostate.edu or call 970-327-4393.       

San Miguel County Dept of Health and Environment is hosting a Walk In Flu Clinic Today October 25th 1:30pm-4pm at the Nursing Office located at 333 W. Colorado 3rd floor in the Miramonte Blg (west of the courthouse). $25 or bring your insurance card.

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Oct
24
6:00 AM06:00

Wednesday October 24

Born on this day: OCT 24 - KEVIN KLEIN, DAVID NELSON, THE BIG BOPPER, CHRISTEL LEIMGRUBER, JENNIFER JEROME, ALICE PADUA, NICOLE CLINE, JERRY HELDMAN, BILL WYMAN, EMILY HORN

At the Nugget:   VENOM   7:00 P.M. (1h 52min PG-13)

The gondola has closed for the season. It will re-open Nov. 16th

Winter season preparations move into full swing during the closure including snowmaking, grooming, avalanche mitigation work and other activities.  Beginning October 22nd and through the closure period, uphill travel on TSG property or within USFS permitted boundary is not allowed due to snowmaking equipment, snowmobiles, snowcats, and use of explosives for avalanche mitigation work.

Tomorrow, Thursday October 25th, the Wilkinson Library will host Chill and Chili featuring Double Neck guitarist Mark Kroos. Kroos placed first in Guitar Player Magazine’s International Competition. Warm your soul with sweet tunes AND a bowl of green chili. The event begins at 6pm and is FREE!

Kirtan, call and response chanting with Melanie Law at the Ridgway Yoga Shala with guest drummer Jonathon Barfield. First session is tomorrow, October 25th, 6-7:30pm

Learn about the Telluride Hospital District's Ballot Measure 6B on Thursdays throughout October at the Wilkinson Public Library's Meeting Room at noon.

The KOTO Halloween party happens Saturday night October 27th at O’Bannon’s Moon Saloon.  Tickets available at koto.org.

The Sherbino Theater’s annual Halloween party happen Saturday Oct. 27 in Ridgway, featuring the Durango Funk All-Stars.  Head to sherbino.org for info.

Tonight at the Telluride Yoga Center, join the Full Moon Women’s Wisdom Circle 7:00-8:15pm.

Be sure to visit Clark's Market in Telluride Monday Oct 15th and for the following four Mondays through Nov. 12. That's when Clark's Telluride has generously designated Pinhead Institute the sole beneficiary of its 7 Days of Ways to Save "Non Profit Day" fundraising program. It's a fantastic opportunity for you to help support Pinhead while doing your ordinary grocery shopping. Here's how it works: Shop each Monday as you normally would. After checking out, be sure to ask for your receipt and drop it in the designated box. Clark's will then donate five percent of the sale to Pinhead. Shop and drop - it's that easy!

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Breast cancer deaths are on the decline, thanks to increased awareness and early detection. Schedule your annual screening mammogram today.

The KOTO Ski Swap is Nov 10th.  Go to Koto.org to get all info for the weekend. Link is there to sign up to volunteer to shop at the pre-swap. Buy tickets to sell individual items at the swap here at KOTO'S office.  Tix are $1 each.

Eco-Action Partners will hold an electronics recycling event Thursday October 25th at the Carhenge Lot off of West Pacific, from 11am-4pm.  Fees apply. Cell phones, wires and rechargeable batteries are free.

The Sherbino Theater will host Sherb Talk: “Factory Girls; Reporting Among the Working Women of China and Egypt” with Leslie Chang. Thursday Oct. 25th. Doors at 6:30 pm, Talk at 7 pm. Entry by donation.

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Oct
23
6:00 AM06:00

Tuesday October 23

Birthdays:

OCT 23 - SARA BREDELL, DEAN ROLLEY, PATRICE DEPATGER, CORINNE PLATT, JILL MASTERS, DAVIS SPONSEL, BRIAN ANDERSON, JOHNNY CARSON, WEIRD AL YANKOVIC, DWIGHT YOAKAM, DOUG FLUTIE, PELE, CHI-CHI RODRIGUEZ, MICHAEL CRICHTON

At the Nugget:   VENOM   7:00 P.M.  (1h 52min  PG-13)

 

Tune-in to KOTO's public affairs program "Off the record" tonight at 6 PM for the last of three ballot measure discussions.  We will be discussing Mental Health Ballot Question 1A – which would be funded by a county-wide property tax -- and School District Ballot Question 4A -- which would be paid for by a school district property tax.  Call-in with your questions at 728-4333.  Tune-in to inform your vote!

 

The Telluride Institute’s Talking Gourds Poetry Club is proud to host Glenwood Springs poet Claudia Putnam tonight, Oct. 23rd, starting at 6 p.m. at the Telluride Arts HQ gallery across from the Wilkinson Public Library. For info please contact galaxyearthdancer@gmail.

Check in at the front desk of the library about a free copy of The Newcomers by Helen Thorpe, our 2018 One Book/One Canyon community read. Friends of the Library has purchased multiple copies to provide free for the community, & we're bringing the author for a presentation in the Program Room tonight at 6:00pm. 

 

The KOTO Halloween Party happens Saturday October 27th at the O’Bannon’s at the Moon Saloon featuring DJ Logic. Tickets at koto.org

There’s gonna be a Rico Halloween Party with blues band - Billy and The Kid at The Enterprise Bar & Grill Saturday, October 27

 

The 16th Annual Moab Folk Festival happens November 2-4, featuring: Shawn Colvin, Kathy Mattea, Ellis Paul, Amy Helm, Penny & Sparrow, Mike Farris, Sam Baker, Hubby Jenkins, Sloan Wainwright, Liz Vice, Mean Mary and Les Poules a Colin. Tickets can be purchased online, by phone (435-259-3198), or in person at the venue at the time of the show.   info@moabfolkfestival.com

U-Act, Unaffiliated Action, urges you to register to vote. Register online, or update information, at GoVoteColorado.com before the 29th of October or anytime up to the day of the election in person at the Clerk's Office in the Courthouse. If you are leaving town for the off season ballots can be requested in person at the Clerk's Office. Election day is November 6.

Ridgway Yoga Shala invites you to take a 200-hour Teacher Training Prana Vinyasa Flow with Maria Garre.  You will leave with a deeper understanding of anatomy and alignment, sequencing principles, chakra energy understanding, sacred texts of the yoga sutras, an understanding of ayurvedic medicine and creating a home practice.  Dive deep into your understanding of yourself and get a 200 hour RYT Certificate at the end of the 7-month training.  Each month there will be a weekend intensive to finish this course. First class is November 16-18th. www.ridgwayyogashala.com for more information…..or call 970-218-4799

 

CSU extension is offering a third Local Seed Saving Class in Norwood on October 27, from 9 am till 3 or 4 pm.  It will be at the Norwood Fire house in the morning and at the Norwood Community Garden in the afternoon.  Please sign up in advance!  We need at least 10 people to sign up in order to hold the class.  Contact Yvette.Henson@colostate.edu or call 970-327-4393.

Volunteer at the Ah Haa School and earn free classes!  Learn more about volunteer opportunities Thursday, October 25th from 2-3:30 pm at the Ah Haa.

 

The Hanley/Pavilion Ice Rink schedule is available on the Town of Telluride Website in the Parks & Rec. Dept. section.

 

The KOTO Ski Swap is Nov 10th.  Go to Koto.org to get all info for the weekend.  Also, link is there to sign up to volunteer. All volunteers get access to the pre-swap shop.  Buy tickets to sell individual items at swap here at KOTO'S office. Tickets are $1 each.

It’s PANCAKE BREAKFAST TIME at Clark’s Market this Sunday, October 28, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.  Telluride Rotary Club and its High School Interact Club will be flipping flapjacks and serving them up with bacon, sausage, fresh fruit bowl, orange juice and Steamin’ Bean Coffee all for $5.  That is $5 for all you can eat. seconds are encouraged!  Thanks to vendors of Clark’s Market, ALL PROCEEDS will go to Angle Baskets again this year.  Interact Club has a goal of $1,500.  It’s a deal that cannot be beat and all for a good cause!  It’s a perfect “wake up” for KOTO Halloween Party survivors and great family time before or after church on Sunday!

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Oct
22
6:00 AM06:00

Monday October 22

Monday October 22

Born on this day: OCT 22 - CHRISTOPHER LLOYD, JEFF GOLDBLUM, SUSAN ORSHAN, ANNETTE FUNICELLO, CATHERINE DENEUVE, CHRIS BYERS, RAY HUGHES, TONY KOZLOWSKI,  KIP KRANSDORF, MARIE THOMAS, DIANA ZUCK, JAMES COX, BILL DeALVA, ROBERT EBERLE, FRANK McGINTY, BRENT YATKEMAN, KAREN OLSEN, SCOTT TEEKELL, BRIAN BOITANO

At the Nugget:  7:00   VENOM    1h 52min  PG-13

 It is election time again for the Board of Directors of the San Miguel Educational Fund.  That is KOTO’s governing board.  Three seats are open.   If you would like to be involved in KOTO’s management and direction, submit a statement of interest, not to exceed 150 words, to mark@koto.org by today, October 22.

 October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Breast cancer deaths are on the decline, thanks to increased awareness and early detection. Schedule your annual screening mammogram today.

The KOTO Halloween party happens Saturday night October 27th at O’Bannon’s Moon Saloon. 

 KOTO Ski Swap Nov 10th.  Go to Koto.org to get all info for the weekend.  Also link is there to sign up to volunteer to shop at the pre-swap.  Buy tickets to sell individual items at swap here at KOTO'S office.  Tix are $1 each.

 Tuesday evening at 5:15 at OAK, meet with supporters of the Telluride Hospital District's Ballot Measure 6B to discuss why the initiative is essential to both the Telluride Medical Center, its staff and the entire community.

 KOTO is looking for listeners to serve on its Citizens Advisory Board.  This board meets quarterly to discuss programming on KOTO.  The next meeting is in early December.  If you’d be interested in being on this board, please email ben@koto.org

When you visit Clark's Market on Mondays through Nov. 12. Clark's Telluride will generously donate to the Pinhead Institute, the sole beneficiary of its 7 Days of Ways to Save "Non Profit Day" fundraising program. It's a fantastic opportunity for you to help support us while doing your ordinary grocery shopping. Here's how it works: After checking out, ask for your receipt and drop it in the designated box. Clark's will then donate five percent of the sale to Pinhead. Shop and drop - it's that easy!

 This Tuesday evening marks the third in a series of election forums hosted by KOTO News.

Tune in at 6 p.m. every Tuesday leading up to the November 6th election to learn more about them. The phone lines will be open: (970) 728-4333.

 The Telluride Institute’s Talking Gourds Poetry Club is proud to host Glenwood Springs poet Claudia Putnam on Tuesday night, Oct. 23rd, starting at 6 p.m. at the Telluride Arts HQ gallery across from the Wilkinson Public Library, and Monday night Oct. 22nd starting at 6:30 p.m. at Million Miles Away. For info please contact galaxy earth dancer@gmail.

Eco-Action Partners will hold an electronics recycling event on Thursday October 25th at the Carhenge Lot off of West Pacific, from 11am-4pm.  Fees apply. Cell phones, wires and rechargeable batteries are free.

 UPHILL CLOSURE EFFECTIVE MONDAY, OCTOBER 22ND
As part of the Winter Operating Plan with the Forest Service Telluride Ski Resort sets a preseason closure date where the mountain is closed to uphill access for a variety of safety-related reasons. This year the closure period will be Monday, October 22, 2018 through Opening Day.

Volunteer at the Ah Haa School and earn free classes!  Learn more about volunteer opportunities Thursday, October 25th from 2-3:30 pm at the Ah Haa.  Come to a free exhibition and talk about the Northern Arizona Volunteer Medical Corps doctors experiences among the people of Haiti at the Ah Haa School Saturday, November 10 at 5 pm.

 Pinheads second Fall session began on Friday with Lego Jr. from 3:30-5pm.   Maker Mondays: The Time Edition begins today, and another round of Mad Labs gets going on Tuesday the 23rd.   For more information on these and other programs, or to register, please visit us at www.pinhead.org

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May
11
to Oct 15

Water Restrictions now in Effect

Mandatory water restrictions are in effect

for the Town of Telluride. Residents are asked to come into compliance immediately, however, enforcement will not begin until May 15th to allow for a period of outreach and implementation. 

The following restrictions apply:
 
- Citizens are urged to conserve water in every possible way, in homes and businesses.

- Washing of public or private sidewalks, driveways, parking areas, tennis courts, patios or other hard surfaces with municipal treated water is prohibited.

- Power washing of structures with municipal treated water is prohibited.

- Filling, refilling or replacing water in swimming pools, hot tubs or landscape water features with municipal treated water is prohibited. The town park pool is exempt from this restriction. And the addition of water to public or private pools, hot tubs or water features to make up for evaporation is also exempt.

- Noncommercial washing of privately owned cars and other motor vehicles, trailers or boats with municipal water is prohibited, unless it’s done with a bucket.

- Service of water to restaurant patrons is prohibited unless requested by the patron.

- Use of municipal treated water for irrigation of any public or private lawns, gardens, trees, shrubs, plants, municipal fields, golf courses or similar grass areas is prohibited, except for a period of up to 30 minutes before 9 a.m. or after 9 p.m. on certain days. The schedule is as follows:

*Monday, Wednesday, Friday for residents and businesses with odd-numbered addresses.
*Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday for residents and businesses with even numbered addresses.
* Sundays for all residents and businesses.

 

 

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