Jun
20
6:00 AM06:00

Thursday June 20

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

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

 

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Jun
21
6:00 AM06:00

Friday June 21

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

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

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

 

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Jun
22
6:00 AM06:00

Saturday June 22

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

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

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

 

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Jun
23
6:00 AM06:00

Sunday June 23

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

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

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

 

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Jun
19
6:00 AM06:00

Wednesday June 19

Born on this day: KATHLEEN TURNER, PAULA ABDUL, GARFIELD THE CAT, TOM SLOCUM, DIANA STAFFORD, ADAM SUCHARSKI, DIANE TUTT, LOUIS JORDAN, GENA ROWLANDS

At the Nugget:  5:30pm & 8:00pm     ROCKETMAN   (2h 1min  R)

 

  • The 46th Annual Telluride Bluegrass Festival begins tomorrow, and with it, KOTO begins our live broadcast of the music. Regular programming for KOTO will return Monday, June 24th. Thank you!

  • Kick off your Bluegrass weekend with the Jon Stickley Trio, for the First Grass Concert. Tonight at the Sunset Plaza, 5-8pm.

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

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

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

  • EcoAction Partners' GREENLIGHTS LED light bulb program, sponsored by SMPA and local municipalities, is underway, and will run through June 30th. Today, the Mountain Village Farmers Market will have extremely discounted LED light bulbs, 11am-4pm. To purchase the light bulbs you must present your SMPA bill or SmartHub on your phone with an active account number and service address.

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

  • The Wilkinson Library is bringing Michael Dixon and his lathe to Telluride, June 20th, 3:30-6:30pm. Local artists are invited to record music directly to vinyl. Drop in or sign-up day of at the library. Acoustic Instruments only. More information can be found at telluridelibrary.org and michaeldixonvinylart.com.

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

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

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

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

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

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Jun
18
6:00 AM06:00

Tuesday June 18

Born on this day: PAUL McCARTNEY, ROGER EBERT, LOU BROCK, CAROL KANE, JERRY GREENE, BARB MacINTIRE, JUD IRELAND,  M.J. SCHILLACI, ISSABELLA ROSSELLINI,

At the Nugget:  5:30pm & 8:00pm     ROCKETMAN   (2h 1min  R)

 

  • The next Town Talk series, hosted by the Telluride Science Research Center, will discuss “Making the Future for Coral Reefs (and Everyone Else). Tonight at 6:30pm, at the Telluride Conference Center.

  • The Wilkinson Public Library will host Adult Craft Night, Tie-Dye, Tonight, 6pm. Please register ahead of time at telluridelibrary.org.

  • Josh Ritter and the Royal City Band’s performance tonight at Club Red, has been canceled, as Josh has lost his voice. All tickets are being refunded.

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

  • A free weekly River Surfing Demo night, hosted by Montrose Water Sports, begins this Wednesday, June 19th, at the Montrose Water Park. 6-8pm, and will continue through August 7th.

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

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

  • Practice your Spanish skills with other Spanish speakers in the community at the library’s Spanish Happy Hour. At Esperanzas, June 20th, 5-6:30pm.  All levels welcome!

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

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

  • The Wilkinson Library is bringing Michael Dixon and his lathe to Telluride, June 20th, 3:30-6:30pm. Local artists are invited to record music directly to vinyl. Drop in or sign-up day of at the library. Acoustic Instruments only. More information can be found at telluridelibrary.org and michaeldixonvinylart.com.

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

  • Kick off your Bluegrass weekend with the Jon Stickley Trio, for the First Grass Concert. Tomorrow at the Sunset Plaza, 5-8pm.

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Jun
17
6:00 AM06:00

Monday June 17

Born on this day: PHYLICIA RASHAD, BARRY MANILOW, JOE PISCOPO, DEAN MARTIN, BEV WEEKES, AMY DELUCA, DANA STEVENS, CHRISTINA WILKIE, JAMES BROWN, JASON PATRIC, VENUS WILLIAMS, GREG KINNEAR, ELLA SKINNER

At the Nugget:  5:30pm & 8:00pm     ROCKETMAN   (2h 1min  R)

  • Tickets are available for purchase for the 27th Annual Ah Haa Art Auction. The Auction takes place July 19th, at the depot. Head to ahhaa.org or call (970) 728-3886 to purchase VIP seated tickets.

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

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

  • A free weekly River Surfing Demo night, hosted by Montrose Water Sports, begins this Wednesday, June 19th, at the Montrose Water Park. 6-8pm, continuing through August 7th.

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

  • The Wilkinson Public Library will host Adult Craft Night, Tie-Dye, Tuesday, June 18th. Please register ahead of time at telluridelibrary.org.

  • Kirk Drogsvold performs tonight at the Village Table, 6-9pm.

  • The next Town Talk series, hosted by the Telluride Science Research Center, will discuss “Making the Future for Coral Reefs (and Everyone Else). Tuesday, June 18th, 6:30pm, at the Telluride Conference Center.

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

  • Practice your Spanish skills with other Spanish speakers in the community at the library’s Spanish Happy Hour. At Esperanzas, June 20th, 5-6:30pm.  All levels welcome!

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

  • Kick off your Bluegrass weekend with the Jon Stickley Trio for the First Grass Concert. Wednesday, June 20th. At Sunset Plaza, 5-8pm.

  • The Wilkinson Library is bringing Michael Dixon and his lathe to Telluride, June 20th, 3:30-6:30pm. Local artists are invited to record music directly to vinyl. Drop in or sign-up day of at the library. Acoustic Instruments only. More information can be found at telluridelibrary.org and michaeldixonvinylart.com.

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

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Jun
16
6:00 AM06:00

Sunday June 16

Birthdays:   LOREN HOLDAWAY, FRED SUCHARSKI,  MARK BORLAND,  ROD TEMPLIN, TOM FULTON,  JODY VANDENBRANDEN, ROBERTO DURAN, JOAN VAN ARK, JOYCE CAROL OATES, STAN LAUREL, BERTRAND LEPEL COINTET,

At the Nugget:   5:30pm & 8:00pm     ROCKETMAN   (2h 1min  R)

 

  • Come out and show your #Tellupride at Telluride’s Pride Celebration. Members and allies of the LGBTQ Community are invited to don their best pride attire for a cookout, lawn games, community mural painting and dance party featuring DJ SoulAtomic.  Bring something to throw on the grill, or burgers/veggie burgers will be available.  Alcohol will not be served.  All ages (children must be accompanied by an adult), donations accepted at door. The festivities take place today, 3pm-7pm, at the Transfer Warehouse.

  • Young People Theater's presents 'Almost, Maine,' tonight at the Sheridan Opera House. 'Almost, Maine' is a series of several short plays exploring the themes of love and loss in a small, fictional town called Almost. FREE and open to the public! Show is at 7 p.m., doors open at 6:30 p.m. Donations will go to offset the cost for Telluride thespians to attend The National Thespian Convention.

  • The Goldman/Enriquez Jazz Duo perform at the Phoenix Bean today, 11am-1pm.

  • The next Town Talk series, hosted by the Telluride Science Research Center, will discuss “Making the Future for Coral Reefs (and Everyone Else). Tuesday, June 18th, 6:30pm, at the Telluride Conference Center.

  • The Wilkinson Public Library will host Adult Craft Night, Tie-Dye, Tuesday, June 18th. Please register ahead of time at telluridelibrary.org.

  • The Mountain Village Farmer’s Market begins its summer season Wednesday, June 19th, 11am-4pm.

  • A free weekly River Surfing Demo night, hosted by Montrose Water Sports, begins this Wednesday, June 19th, at the Montrose Water Park. 6-8pm, continuing through August 7th.

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

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

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

  • Telluride Public Works Department is issuing a notice of night time construction (7 PM to 7 AM) for asphalt and related work on the Spur from Mahoney Roundabout to Society Turn Roundabout, from the crosswalk at Clarks to the crosswalk at Davis Street, and a couple of small patches along East Columbia Avenue.  This work will take place through Monday morning, JUNE 17th.  The Town thanks you for your patience during this necessary infrastructure work.  For more information call Karen Guglielmone 970-729-1015.

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Jun
15
6:00 AM06:00

Saturday June 15

Birthdays: JIM BELUSHI, WAYLON JENNINGS, WADE BOGGS, HELEN HUNT, VIVKI RANTA-EIDSMO, LIZ ROSEN, LOUISE BLUEMEL, LAURA COOK, DANNY CRAFT, SCOTT DONOVAN, MARK KURZENHAUSER,  CHARLES RUTAN JR.

At the Nugget:  5:30pm & 8:00pm     ROCKETMAN   (2h 1min  R)

  • The Lawson Hill Community will host a Yard Sale, today, 9:00 am to 2:00 pm.  There are over a dozen households participating in the sale.  Stop by the Lawson bus stop shelter to grab a treasure map of sellers’ houses. 

  • Story Time on Tour is coming to the Lawson Hill playground. Join them for stories, singing, dancing, and parachute play! This morning, 10:00 am

  • The Telluride Mountain Village Owners Association will celebrate the kick-off of Mountain Village’s newly expanded Common Consumption Area (CCA) with a party and live music in Heritage Plaza today, 12-4 p.m. The party will feature live music from Alan Booradley and the NIA.

  • The Wilkinson Library is bringing Michael Dixon and his lathe to Telluride, June 20th, 3:30-6:30pm. Local artists are invited to record music directly to vinyl. Drop in or sign-up day of at the library. Acoustic Instruments only. More information can be found at telluridelibrary.org and michaeldixonvinylart.com.

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

  • The next Town Talk series, hosted by the Telluride Science Research Center, will discuss “Making the Future for Coral Reefs (and Everyone Else). Tuesday, June 18th, 6:30pm, at the Telluride Conference Center.

  • The Wilkinson Public Library will host Adult Craft Night, Tie-Dye, Tuesday, June 18th. Please register ahead of time at telluridelibrary.org.

  • Telluride Gold Kings perform tonight at the Phoenix Bean, 6:30pm.

  • Amoramora performs at the Liberty tonight, 10pm.

  • Young People Theater's presents 'Almost, Maine,' Sunday, June 16, at the Sheridan Opera House. 'Almost, Maine' is a series of several short plays exploring the themes of love and loss in a small, fictional town called Almost. FREE and open to the public! Show is at 7 p.m., doors open at 6:30 p.m. All door donations will go to offset the cost for Telluride thespians to attend The National Thespian Convention.

  • Come out and show your #Tellupride at Telluride’s Pride Celebration. Members and allies of the LGBTQ Community are invited to don their best pride attire for a cookout, lawn games, community mural painting and dance party featuring DJ SoulAtomic.  Bring something to throw on the grill, or burgers/veggie burgers will be available.  Alcohol will not be served.  All ages (children must be accompanied by an adult), donations accepted at door. The festivities take place Sunday, June 16th, 3pm-7pm, at the Transfer Warehouse.

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

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Jun
14
6:00 AM06:00

Friday June 14

Birthdays:  BOY GEORGE, MARLA GIBBS, ERIC HEIDEN, JOHN ROTH,  DUANE THAXTON, DOUG ZIMMERMAN, MARTY CAMPBELL, MARTY ROSENTHAL, DAVE FLATT , TIM SCHROPE

At the Nugget :   5:30pm & 8:00pm     ROCKETMAN   (2h 1min  R)

  • The alley east of the construction site (By Studio G) will be closed today for gas line work in the alley.

  • Between the Covers Bookstore presents a Happy Hour Meet and Greet with New York Times bestselling novelist Emily Giffin tonight, 5 to 6pm, at the store.

  • The Lawson Hill Community will host a Yard Sale, Saturday, June 15th from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm.  There are over a dozen households participating in the sale.  Stop by the Lawson bus stop shelter to grab a treasure map of sellers’ houses. 

  • The View Bar & Grill will host an Electric Luau with music by Joint Point. Tonight, 6pm.

  • The Telluride Mountain Village Owners Association will celebrate the kick-off of Mountain Village’s newly expanded Common Consumption Area (CCA) with a party and live music in Heritage Plaza tomorrow from 12-4 p.m. The party will feature live music from Alan Booradley and the NIA.

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

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

  • Come out and show your #Tellupride at Telluride’s Pride Celebration. Members and allies of the LGBTQ Community are invited to don their best pride attire for a cookout, lawn games, community mural painting and dance party featuring DJ SoulAtomic.  Bring something to throw on the grill, or burgers/veggie burgers will be available.  Alcohol will not be served.  All ages (children must be accompanied by an adult), donations to Telluride Arts will be accepted at door. The festivities take place Sunday, June 16th, 3pm-7pm, at the Transfer Warehouse.

  • Story Time on Tour is coming to the Lawson Hill playground. Join them for stories, singing, dancing, and parachute play! Saturday, June 15 at 10:00 am

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

  • The Jacob Jolliff Band, with opening support from Alex Paul and the Birds of Play, will perform at the Sheridan Opera House tonight, 9pm.

  • Let the Roar performs tonight at Moon, 10pm.

  • Harper Powell performs tonight at the Phoenix Bean from 6:00 - 8:30 PM

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

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Jun
13
6:00 AM06:00

Thursday June 13

 

Born on this Day: TIM ALLEN, MALCOLM McDOWELL, KAREN BROWN, WALTER FARNHAM,  MATT ALLEN,  ELLEN BRODY, DORIS GLYNN, JILL PEELOR,  RICHARD THOMAS, BASIL RATHBONE, RED GRANGE, JAMIE CATCHPOLE

At the Nugget: 5:00pm & 7:15pm     POKEMON DETECTIVE PIKACHU     (1h 44min   PG)

 

  • The Wilkinson’s 5th Annual Patron Appreciation Day is today, 12-2pm. Come for a free cook out on the east patio. There will be a photo booth, crafts for the kids, and live music!

  • The Lawson Hill Community will host a Yard Sale, Saturday, June 15th from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm.  There are over a dozen households participating in the sale.  Stop by the Lawson bus stop shelter to grab a treasure map of sellers’ houses. 

  • Join other bibliophiles for Booze and Books, at The West End Bistro at The Hotel Telluride tonight, 5:15-6:15pm.

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

  • Celebrate the kick-off of summer and our Public Lands with a picnic in Town Park’s core. Today, 5:30-8:30pm. Hosted by Sheep Mountain Alliance.

  • Between the Covers Bookstore presents a Happy Hour Meet and Greet with New York Times bestselling novelist Emily Giffin on Friday, June 14th, from 5 to 6pm, at the store.

  • Colona performs at the Phoenix Bean tonight, 6pm.

  • Kirk Drogsvold performs at the Village Table tonight, 6-9pm.

  • The View Bar & Grill will host an Electric Luau with music by Joint Point. Tomorrow, 6pm.

  • The Telluride Mountain Village Owners Association will celebrate the kick-off of Mountain Village’s newly expanded Common Consumption Area (CCA) with a party and live music in Heritage Plaza on Saturday, June 15 from 12-4 p.m. The party will feature live music from Alan Booradley and the NIA.

  • The next Town Talk series, hosted by the Telluride Science Research Center, will discuss “Making the Future for Coral Reefs (and Everyone Else). Tuesday, June 18th, 6:30pm, at the Telluride Conference Center.

  • The Wilkinson Public Library will host Adult Craft Night, Tuesday, June 18th. Tie-Dye is the craft de jour. Please register ahead of time at telluridelibrary.org.

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Jun
12
6:00 AM06:00

Wednesday June 12

Born on this day: GEORGE BUSH, ALLY SHEEDY, MARV ALBERT, JIM NABORS, CHICK COREA, PATTI TEMPLIN, WILL THOMPSON, BOBBIE EBERT, LAUREN WOLFE, CARA BOOZ, MEGAN AND SARAH ZAUBI

At the Nugget: 5:00pm & 7:15pm     POKEMON DETECTIVE PIKACHU     (1h 44min   PG)

 

  • The alley east of the construction site (across from BIT) will be closed Wednesday morning, June 12 while Shaw pours the retaining wall on that side of the building. It should be open again for traffic by 12 noon.

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

  • Join other bibliophiles for Booze and Books, at The West End Bistro at The Hotel Telluride tomorrow, 5:15-6:15pm.

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

  • This Friday, The View Bar & Grill will host an Electric Luau with music by Joint Point. 6pm.

  • The Lawson Hill Community will host a Yard Sale, Saturday, June 15th from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm.  There are over a dozen households participating in the sale.  Stop by the Lawson bus stop shelter to grab a treasure map of sellers’ houses. 

  • The Telluride Mountain Village Owners Association will celebrate the kick-off of Mountain Village’s newly expanded Common Consumption Area (CCA) with a party and live music in Heritage Plaza on Saturday, June 15 from 12-4 p.m. The party will feature live music from Alan Booradley and the NIA.

  • Celebrate the kick-off of summer and our Public Lands with a picnic in Town Park’s core. Thursday, June 13th, 5:30-8:30pm. Hosted by Sheep Mountain Alliance.

  • Between the Covers Bookstore presents a Happy Hour Meet and Greet with New York Times bestselling novelist Emily Giffin on Friday, June 14th, from 5 to 6pm, at the store.

  • Telluride Public Works Department is issuing a notice of night time construction (7 PM to 7 AM) for asphalt and related work on the Spur from Mahoney Roundabout to Society Turn Roundabout, from the crosswalk at Clarks to the crosswalk at Davis Street, and a couple of small patches along East Columbia Avenue.  This work will take place each night until Monday Morning, JUNE 17th.  Please note that the westbound lane exiting Mahoney Roundabout will be diverted through Butcher Creek beginning JUNE 9th through THURSDAY MORNING, 7 AM, JUNE 13.  The Town thanks you for your patience during this necessary infrastructure work.  For more information call Karen Guglielmone 970-729-1015.

  • The Telluride Mountain Village Owners Association will celebrate the kick-off of Mountain Village’s newly expanded Common Consumption Area (CCA) with a party and live music in Heritage Plaza on Saturday, June 15 from 12-4 p.m. The party will feature live music from Alan Booradley and the NIA.

  • Telluride Gold Kings perform tonight at the Phoenix Bean, 6pm.

  • Tom & Claybrook perform tonight at the Sheridan Historic Bar, 8pm.

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Jun
11
6:00 AM06:00

Tuesday June 11

 

Born on this day:  GENE WILDER, ADRIENNE BARBEAU,  JOE MONTANA, LETITIA FERRIER, MARY DUFFY, ROBERTA PETERSON, HILARY WHITE, MICHAEL JOHNSON, BILLY NELSON,  TEDDY GUEST, BRUCE ERIKSON, JACQUES COUSTEAU

At the Nugget: 5:00pm & 7:15pm     POKEMON DETECTIVE PIKACHU     (1h 44min   PG)

 

  • The Sherbino Theater presents CU Boulder instructor, Rebecca Wartell, and her presentation on Forced Conversion and Spanish Jewry. Tonight, doors at 7, talk begins at 7:30pm.

  • The public is invited to a community open house, tonight, 6-8pm. Stop by the Palm Theater for a community discussion about planning opportunities and community needs for town-owned parcels in Telluride’s southwest neighborhood.

  • The Lawson Hill Community will host a Yard Sale, Saturday, June 15th from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm.  There are over a dozen households participating in the sale.  Stop by the Lawson bus stop shelter to grab a treasure map of sellers’ houses. 

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

  • The Wilkinson’s 5th Annual Patron Appreciation Day is Thursday, June 13th, 12-2pm. Come for a free cook out on the east patio. There will be a photo booth, crafts for the kids, and live music!

  • The KOTO Citizens Advisory Board meets tonight at 5pm in the Lobby of Hotel Telluride.  The board discusses KOTO programming and the public is welcome.

  • Between the Covers Bookstore presents a Happy Hour Meet and Greet with New York Times bestselling novelist Emily Giffin on Friday, June 14th, from 5 to 6pm, at the store.

  • The Telluride Mountain Village Owners Association will celebrate the kick-off of Mountain Village’s newly expanded Common Consumption Area (CCA) with a party and live music in Heritage Plaza on Saturday, June 15 from 12-4 p.m. The party will feature live music from Alan Booradley and the NIA.

  • Celebrate the kick-off of summer and our Public Lands with a picnic in Town Park’s core. Thursday, June 13th, 5:30-8:30pm. Hosted by Sheep Mountain Alliance.

  • EcoAction Partners is pleased to announce the launch of the 2019 GREENLIGHTS program, an LED light bulb rebate program sponsored by the San Miguel Power Association (SMPA) and local municipalities. The program will run through June 30th. The LED light bulbs will be available at your local Farmers Market. Participating Farmers Markets include: Telluride (Fridays), Mountain Village (Wednesdays), Norwood (Saturdays), Ridgway (Fridays) and Nucla (Thursdays).

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Jun
10
6:00 AM06:00

Monday June 10th

Born on this day:  PRINCE PHILLIP, F. LEE BAILEY, DEBBIE DINKINS, JOSH GEETER, TIM TOOMEY, JOHN YANKEE, JOANIE & JOHN KNOWLES, DOUG PHILLIPS. FREDERICK LOEWE, JUDY GARLAND, TARA LIPINSKI, SHAWN PINE

At the Nugget:    5:00pm & 7:15pm     POKEMON DETECTIVE PIKACHU     (1h 44min   PG)

 

  • Ruth Stewart of Ouray EMS, will instruct a basic outdoor first aid class, tonight, 6-8pm, in Ridgeway. To register and more info, go to tinyurl.com/y2zll4jk.

  • The Wilkinson’s 5th Annual Patron Appreciation Day is Thursday, June 13th, 12-2pm. Come for a free cook out on the east patio. There will be a photo booth, crafts for the kids, and live music!

  • Learn how to make Vegan Middle Eastern Cuisine at the Wilkinson Public Library, tonight at 6pm.

  • Free legal help at the library will be offered this Wednesday, June 12th, from 2-5pm! Call 970-728-4519 to sign up for a 15 minute appointment.

  • The Telluride Science Research Center (TSRC) invites you to attend a talk on cancer, featuring Dr. Brian Rubin, Chair of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine Institute at the Cleveland Clinic. Tuesday, June 11th, 6:30 – 7:15 PM. At the Telluride Conference Center. Learn more at telluridescience.org.

  • The public is invited to a community open house, Tuesday, June 11th, 6-8pm. Stop by the Palm Theater for a community discussion about planning opportunities and community needs for town-owned parcels in Telluride’s southwest neighborhood.

  • Join other bibliophiles for Booze and Books, at The West End Bistro at The Hotel Telluride Thursday, June 13th, 5:15-6:15pm.

  • The Sherbino Theater presents CU Boulder instructor, Rebecca Wartell, and her presentation on Forced Conversion and Spanish Jewry. Tuesday, June 11th, doors at 7, talk begins at 7:30pm.

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

  • This Friday, The View Bar & Grill will host an Electric Luau with music by Joint Point. 6pm.

  • The Telluride Mountain Village Owners Association will celebrate the kick-off of Mountain Village’s newly expanded Common Consumption Area (CCA) with a party and live music in Heritage Plaza on Saturday, June 15 from 12-4 p.m. The party will feature live music from Alan Booradley and the NIA.

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

  • The KOTO Citizens Advisory Board meets Tuesday June 11th at 5pm in the Lobby of Hotel Telluride.  The board discusses KOTO programming and the public is welcome.

  • Telluride Public Works Department is issuing a notice of night time construction (7 PM to 7 AM) for asphalt and related work on the Spur from Mahoney Roundabout to Society Turn Roundabout, from the crosswalk at Clarks to the crosswalk at Davis Street, and a couple of small patches along East Columbia Avenue.  This work will take place from JUNE 9th through Monday Morning, JUNE 17th.  Please note that the westbound lane exiting Mahoney Roundabout will be diverted through Butcher Creek beginning JUNE 9th through THURSDAY MORNING, 7 AM, JUNE 13.  The Town thanks you for your patience during this necessary infrastructure work.  For more information call Karen Guglielmone 970-729-1015.

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Jun
9
6:00 AM06:00

Sunday June 9

Birthdays:  MICHAEL J FOX, JOHNNY DEPP, LES PAUL,  JOHN NOE, RENA HIGGINS, DIRK DePAGTER, DANNY HIRSCH, JAMES HOLLRAH, ERIC WHITNEY, TELLEF HERVOLD & STEVEN NORMAN

At the Nugget:  5:00pm & 7:15pm     POKEMON DETECTIVE PIKACHU     (1h 44min   PG)

  • Today, June 9th, the Rico Trails Alliance will be conducting a post-winter clearing, cleaning, and repairs to the Salt Creek Trail. Meet at the Salt Creek Trailhead at 9am. Work will go until 3pm. Please wear LONG PANTS, sturdy hiking or work boots (absolutely no open toed shoes or shorts permitted) and work gloves (if you have them). Training and tools will be provided. More information can be found at www.ricotrailsalliance.org

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

  • Telluride Theater will hold open auditions for their summer production of the Tempest. Auditions will take place at the high school, today, 5pm - 8pm. Meet in the Palm Lobby. Please be prepared to spend at least 20 min. You will read from selections from the script at auditions. Performance Dates are July 20 – 28. Head to telluridetheater.org for more information.

  • The Wilkinson’s 5th Annual Patron Appreciation Day is Thursday, June 13th, 12-2pm. Come for a free cook out on the east patio. There will be a photo booth, crafts for the kids, and live music!

  • Learn how to make Vegan Middle Eastern Cuisine at the Wilkinson Public Library, tomorrow, June 10th at 6pm.

  • Free legal help at the library will be offered Wednesday, June 12th, from 2-5pm! Call 970-728-4519 to sign up for a 15 minute appointment.

  • The public is invited to a community open house, Tuesday, June 11th, 6-8pm. Stop by the Palm Theater for a community discussion about planning opportunities and community needs for town-owned parcels in Telluride’s southwest neighborhood.

  • Join other bibliophiles for Booze and Books, at The West End Bistro at The Hotel Telluride Thursday, June 13th, 5:15-6:15pm.

  • Ruth Stewart of Ouray EMS, will instruct a basic outdoor first aid class, tomorrow June 10th, 6-8pm, in Ridgeway. To register and more info, go to tinyurl.com/y2zll4jk.

  • TSRC invites you to attend a talk on cancer, featuring Dr. Brian Rubin, Chair of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine Institute at the Cleveland Clinic. Tuesday, June 11th, 6:30 – 7:15 PM. At the Telluride Conference Center. Learn more at telluridescience.org.

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

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

  • Telluride Public Works Department is issuing a notice of night time construction (7 PM to 7 AM) for asphalt and related work on the Spur from Mahoney Roundabout to Society Turn Roundabout, from the crosswalk at Clarks to the crosswalk at Davis Street, and a couple of small patches along East Columbia Avenue.  This work will take place from SUNDAY NIGHT JUNE 9 through MONDAY MORNING JUNE 17.  Please note that the westbound lane exiting Mahoney Roundabout will be diverted through Butcher Creek from SUNDAY NIGHT 7 PM, JUNE 9 through THURSDAY MORNING 7 AM, JUNE 13.  The Town thanks you for your patience during this necessary infrastructure work.  For more information call Karen Guglielmone 970-729-1015.

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Jun
8
6:00 AM06:00

Saturday June 8

Birthdays:  BARBARA BUSH, JOAN RIVERS, BOZ SCAGGS, NANCY SINATRA, GEORGE PLAMONDON, JOAN SULLIVAN, , SUSIE MEADE,  NORM GRAY, SHANTI EDMONDS , ELLIOTT MUCKERMAN , ANNIE ZABAR, & SARAH CALLICOTT

At the Nugget:  5:00pm & 7:15pm     POKEMON DETECTIVE PIKACHU     (1h 44min   PG)

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

  • Free legal help at the library will be offered Wednesday, June 12th, from 2-5pm! Call 970-728-4519 to sign up for a 15 minute appointment.

  • Telluride Theater will hold open auditions for their summer production of the Tempest. Auditions will take place at the high school, today, 5pm - 8pm and  tomorrow June 9,  5pm - 8pm. Meet in the Palm Lobby. Please be prepared to spend at least 20 min. You will read from selections from the script at auditions. Performance Dates are July 20 – 28. Head to telluridetheater.org for more information.

  • Join other bibliophiles for Booze and Books, at The West End Bistro at The Hotel Telluride Thursday, June 13th, 5:15-6:15pm.

  • The public is invited to a community open house, Tuesday, June 11th, 6-8pm. Stop by the Palm Theater for a community discussion about planning opportunities and community needs for town-owned parcels in Telluride’s southwest neighborhood.

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

  • Learn how to make Vegan Middle Eastern Cuisine at the Wilkinson Public Library, Monday, June 10th at 6pm.

  • The Sherbino presents CU Boulder instructor, Rebecca Wartell, and her presentation on Forced Conversion and Spanish Jewry. Tuesday, June 11th, doors at 7, talk begins at 7:30pm.

  • The Telluride Gold Kings with special guest Marc Galbo, will play at the Phoenix Bean, tonight, 6:30pm-8:30pm.

  • Celebrate Public Lands with Sheep Mountain Alliance at their Summer Kickoff Picnic at the Town Park Core on Thursday, June 13th from 5:30-8:30 pm.

  • Ruth Stewart of Ouray EMS, will instruct a basic outdoor first aid class, Monday June 10th, 6-8pm, in Ridgeway. To register and more info, go to tinyurl.com/y2zll4jk.

  • TSRC invites you to attend a talk on cancer, featuring Dr. Brian Rubin, Chair of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine Institute at the Cleveland Clinic. Tuesday, June 11th, 6:30 – 7:15 PM . At the Telluride Conference Center. Learn more at telluridescience.org.

  • Telluride Public Works Department is issuing a notice of night time construction (7 PM to 7 AM) for asphalt and related work on the Spur from Mahoney Roundabout to Society Turn Roundabout, from the crosswalk at Clarks to the crosswalk at Davis Street, and a couple of small patches along East Columbia Avenue.  This work will take place from SUNDAY NIGHT JUNE 9 through MONDAY MORNING JUNE 17.  Please note that the westbound lane exiting Mahoney Roundabout will be diverted through Butcher Creek from SUNDAY NIGHT 7 PM, JUNE 9 through THURSDAY MORNING 7 AM, JUNE 13.  The Town thanks you for your patience during this necessary infrastructure work.  For more information call Karen Guglielmone 970-729-1015.

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Jun
7
6:00 AM06:00

Friday June 7

Birthdays:  PRINCE, TOM JONES, MARK WAHLBERG,  CONRAD RAUH, VAL LEVY, SOCKO , HADEN FOOTE, ANNA KOURNIKOVA, LIAM NEESON

At the Nugget:    5:00pm & 7:15pm     POKEMON DETECTIVE PIKACHU     (1h 44min   PG)

 

  • Palm Arts continues its 2019 Classic Cinema Series celebrating cult film directors. The summer series begins with Quentin Tarantino’s Pulp Fiction, tonight, 7pm. Admission is FREE with all donations benefit the Palm Arts Programming fund.

  • Telluride Theater will hold open auditions for their summer production of the Tempest. Auditions will take place at the high school, Saturday June 8, 5pm - 8pm and  Sunday June 9,  5pm - 8pm. Meet in the Palm Lobby. Please be prepared to spend at least 20 min. You will read from selections from the script at auditions. Performance Dates are July 20 – 28. Head to telluridetheater.org for more information.

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

  • The Telluride Farmers Market begins its summer season today, 10:30am-4pm. Located on S. Oak St.

  • The Wilkinson’s 5th Annual Patron Appreciation Day is Thursday, June 13th, 12-2pm. Come for a free cook out on the east patio. There will be a photo booth, crafts for the kids, and live music!

  • EcoAction Partners' GREENLIGHTS LED light bulb program, sponsored by SMPA and local municipalities, is back! New to the program: the extremely discounted LED light bulbs are now available at your local Farmers Market. Participating regional Farmers Markets include Telluride, Mountain Village, Ridgway, Norwood, and Nucla. To purchase the light bulbs you must present your SMPA bill or SmartHub on your phone with an active account number and service address.

  • This Sunday, June 9th, the Rico Trails Alliance will be conducting a post-winter clearing, cleaning, and repairs to the Salt Creek Trail. Meet at the Salt Creek Trailhead at 9am. Work will go until 3pm. Please wear LONG PANTS, sturdy hiking or work boots (absolutely no open toed shoes or shorts permitted) and work gloves (if you have them). Training and tools will be provided. More information can be found at www.ricotrailsalliance.org

  • Ruth Stewart of Ouray EMS, will instruct a basic outdoor first aid class, Monday June 10th, 6-8pm, in Ridgeway. To register and more info, go to tinyurl.com/y2zll4jk.

  • The public is invited to a community open house, Tuesday, June 11th, 6-8pm. Stop by the Palm Theater for a community discussion about planning opportunities and community needs for town-owned parcels in Telluride’s southwest neighborhood.

  • Free legal help at the library will be offered Wednesday, June 12th, from 2-5pm! Call 970-728-4519 to sign up for a 15 minute appointment.

  • Celebrate Public Lands with Sheep Mountain Alliance at their Summer Kickoff Picnic at the Town Park Core on Thursday, June 13th from 5:30-8:30 pm.

  • Music on the Green presents Brent Cowels tonight, 5-7pm.

  • DandyLion performs at the Phoenix Bean tonight, 6pm.

  • The Great Funktier performs at the Liberty tonight, 9pm.

  • Telluride Public Works Department is issuing a notice of night time construction (7 PM to 7 AM) for asphalt and related work on the Spur from Mahoney Roundabout to Society Turn Roundabout, from the crosswalk at Clarks to the crosswalk at Davis Street, and a couple of small patches along East Columbia Avenue.  This work will take place from SUNDAY NIGHT JUNE 9 through MONDAY MORNING JUNE 17.  Please note that the westbound lane exiting Mahoney Roundabout will be diverted through Butcher Creek from SUNDAY NIGHT 7 PM, JUNE 9 through THURSDAY MORNING 7 AM, JUNE 13.  The Town thanks you for your patience during this necessary infrastructure work.  For more information call Karen Guglielmone 970-729-1015.

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Jun
6
6:00 AM06:00

Thursday June 6

 

Birthdays:  PETE “NITE FLY” GAVIN, MARK “THE FLYING FERO” DRESIE,  DAVE “MR. JEEP TOUR” ROTE, JOHN “MR. WOBBER” WONTROBSKI, LYNN  GERSHMAN, HARVEY FIERSTEIN, DANA MOROWITZ

At the Nugget:    8:00pm  Original Thinkers presents RUNNING WITH BETO  (free)

 

Tonight is Art Walk! Participating galleries and venues will remain open later.

 

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

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

  • Between the Covers Bookstore and Jagged Edge present an evening with Durango-based author and Climbing Zine publisher, Luke Mehall, for his newest book, "The Desert: A Dirtbag Climbing Book."  Tonight at 7pm, at Jagged Edge. Campchair seating will be available or you can BYOC.

  • Join the Telluride Historical Museum in celebrating the opening of their newest exhibit, If These Walls Could Talk: Preservation & Change, tonight, 6-8pm. This is a FREE evening at the museum complete with beverages and light fare. All are welcome. The Museum is open for the summer season.

  • SMRHA is hosting Lottery Information Discussions. Learn about the Town of Telluride’s Lottery Process. There will be a Spanish Interpreter at Every Meeting. The next meeting scheduled for tonight has been postponed. New dates will be announced.  

  • Free legal help at the library will be offered Wednesday, June 12th, from 2-5pm! Call 970-728-4519 to sign up for a 15 minute appointment.

  •  The Telluride Farmers Market begins its summer season tomorrow at 10:30am. Located on S. Oak St.

  • Palm Arts continues its 2019 Classic Cinema Series celebrating cult film directors. The summer series begins with Quentin Tarantino’s Pulp Fiction, tomorrow, June 7th, at 7pm. Admission is FREE with all donations benefit the Palm Arts Programming fund.

  • Join other bibliophiles for Booze and Books, at The West End Bistro at The Hotel Telluride Thursday, June 13th, 5:15-6:15pm.

  • Telluride Theater will hold open auditions for their summer production of the Tempest. Auditions will take place at the high school, Saturday June 8th, 5pm - 8pm and  Sunday June 9th,  5pm - 8pm. Meet in the Palm Lobby. Please be prepared to spend at least 20 min. You will read from selections from the script at auditions. Performance Dates are July 20 – 28. Head to telluridetheater.org for more information.

  • Celebrate Public Lands with Sheep Mountain Alliance at their Summer Kickoff Picnic at the Town Park Core on Thursday, June 13th from 5:30-8:30 pm.

  • Neyla Pekarek (of the Lumineers), performs at the Sheridan Opera House, tonight, 8pm.

  • Porch Wood performs at the Sheridan Historic Bar, 8pm.

  • Kirk Drogsvold performs tonight at the Village Table, 6-9pm.

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Jun
5
6:00 AM06:00

Wednesday June 5

Born on this day: BILL MOYERS, STEVE BAGSBY, KAREN CLARKE, VIRGINIA DUNNE, KENNY VANN,  TOM KING, SPAULDING GRAY, KEN FOLLETT, KAREN SILLAS, CRAIG WASSERMAN, MARK WAHLBERG

At the Nugget:  7:00pm     LONG SHOT     (2h 5min   R)

 

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

  • Between the Covers Bookstore and Jagged Edge present an evening with Durango-based author and Climbing Zine publisher Luke Mehall for his newest book, "The Desert: A Dirtbag Climbing Book."  Thursday, June 6th, at 7pm, at Jagged Edge. As always, campchair seating will be available or you can BYOC.

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

  • This Sunday, June 9th, the Rico Trails Alliance will be conducting a post-winter clearing, cleaning, and repairs to the Salt Creek Trail. Meet at the Salt Creek Trailhead at 9am. Work will go until 3pm. Please wear LONG PANTS, sturdy hiking or work boots (absolutely no open toed shoes or shorts permitted) and work gloves (if you have them). Training and tools will be provided. More information can be found at www.ricotrailsalliance.org

  • Free legal help at the library will be offered Wednesday, June 12th, from 2-5pm! Call 970-728-4519 to sign up for a 15 minute appointment.

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

  • Tickets are available for purchase for the 27th Annual Ah Haa Art Auction. The Auction takes place July 19th, at the depot. Head to ahhaa.org or call (970) 728-3886 to purchase VIP seated tickets.

  • The Wilkinson’s 5th Annual Patron Appreciation Day is Thursday, June 13th, 12-2pm. Come for a free cook out on the east patio. There will be a photo booth, crafts for the kids, and live music!

  • One to One Mentoring will host a Norwood Mentor Mingle, tomorrow, June 6th, at the Divide Restaurant, 5:30-7:30pm. For more information contact olivia@onetoonetelluride.org or call 907.728.0885.  Become a mentor and make a big impact!

  • Telluride Gold Kings perform tonight at the Phoenix Bean, 6pm.

  • Tom and Claybrook perform at the Historic Sheridan Bar tonight, 8pm.

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Jun
4
6:00 AM06:00

Tuesday June 4

Born on this day: DENNIS WEAVER, PARKER STEVENSON, BRUCE DERN, FREDDY FENDER, MAUREEN DAVIS, KIM FULTON, ERIC MOE, DAVE RICH, DAR CRAFT, RAY KELLEY, JOHN  MERRYWEATHER, NOAH WYLIE, ROSALIND RUSSELL, ANGELINA JOLIE, CINDY PUTNAM

At the Nugget:  7:00pm     LONG SHOT     (2h 5min   R)

  • The Wilkinson Library will moderate a candidate forum for the Mountain Village Town Council election today, at the Mountain Village Town Hall, (above the Market at Mtn. Village). There will be a mixer at 5:15pm and the forum begins at 6pm.

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

  • Join the Telluride Historical Museum in celebrating the opening of their newest exhibit, If These Walls Could Talk: Preservation & Change, Thursday, June 6th, 6-8pm. This is a FREE evening at the museum complete with beverages and light fare. All are welcome. The Museum is open for the summer season.

  • SMRHA is hosting Lottery Information Discussions. Learn about the Town of Telluride’s Lottery Process. There will be a Spanish Interpreter at Every Meeting. The next meeting is June 6th, 5-6pm in the Magazine Room at the WPL.  –THIS MEETING HAS BEEN POSTPONED-

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

  • Between the Covers Bookstore and Jagged Edge present an evening with Durango-based author and Climbing Zine publisher Luke Mehall for his newest book, "The Desert: A Dirtbag Climbing Book."  Thursday, June 6th, at 7pm, at Jagged Edge. As always, campchair seating will be available or you can BYOC.

  • This Sunday, June 9th, the Rico Trails Alliance will be conducting a post-winter clearing, cleaning, and repairs to the Salt Creek Trail. Meet at the Salt Creek Trailhead at 9am. Work will go until 3pm. Please wear LONG PANTS, sturdy hiking or work boots (absolutely no open toed shoes or shorts permitted) and work gloves (if you have them). Training and tools will be provided. More information can be found at www.ricotrailsalliance.org

  • Porch Couch performs at the Phoenix Bean, tonight at 6pm.

  • Sirsy performs at the Sherbino Theater, tonight at 8pm.

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Jun
3
6:00 AM06:00

Monday June 3

 Born on this day: DENIECE WILLIAMS, SUZI QUATRO, TONY CURTIS, CHUCK BARRIS, SANDRA BOWES, JASON KNIGHT, JILL MATTIOLI, DAVID GLYNN, PAM McCREEDY, ANTON VIDITZ-WARD,  RITA ROBINSON-RAPP, MIKE RAMSEY, GLORIA TRIPP, JOSEPHINE BAKER, CURTIS MAYFIELD, JOE POWELL & MICHAEL LEE

At the Nugget:  7:00pm     LONG SHOT     (2h 5min   R)

 

  • SMRHA is hosting Lottery Information Discussions. Learn about the Town of Telluride’s Lottery Process. There will be a Spanish Interpreter at Every Meeting. The next meeting is tonight, 5-6pm in the Telluride Room at the WPL.  –THIS MEETING AND THE JUNE 6TH MEETING HAVE BEEN POSTPONED-

  • Wild West Fest begins today and continues through June 7th. More information and complete schedule available at sheridanoperahouse.com.

  • The Wilkinson Public Library, Between the Covers, and the Sheep Mountain Alliance will host author Heather Hansman, who will be reading from and presenting on her book, Downriver: Into the Future of Water in the West. Tonight at 6pm.

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

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

  • Palm Arts continues its 2019 Classic Cinema Series celebrating cult film directors. The summer series begins with Quentin Tarantino’s Pulp Fiction, Friday, June 7th. Admission is FREE with all donations benefit the Palm Arts Programming fund.

  • The Wilkinson Library will moderate a candidate forum for the Mountain Village Town Council election tomorrow, June 4th, at the Mountain Village Town Hall, (above the Market at Mtn. Village). There will be a mixer at 5:15pm and the forum begins at 6pm.

  • The Telluride Historical Museum will open for the summer season today. Enjoy a free evening, June 6th, as they celebrate their new exhibit, If These Walls Could Talk: Preservation & Change, Thursday, 6-8pm. All are welcome.

  • Tickets are available for purchase for the 27th Annual Ah Haa Art Auction. The Auction takes place July 19th, at the depot. Head to ahhaa.org or call (970) 728-3886 to purchase VIP seated tickets.

  • This Sunday, June 9, the Rico Trails Alliance will be conducting a post-winter clearing, cleaning, and repairs to the Salt Creek Trail. Meet at the Salt Creek Trailhead at 9am. Work will go until 3pm. Please wear LONG PANTS, sturdy hiking or work boots (absolutely no open toed shoes or shorts permitted) and work gloves (if you have them). Training and tools will be provided. More information can be found at www.ricotrailsalliance.org

  • Kirk Drogsvold performs tonight at the Village Table, 6-9pm.

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Jun
2
6:00 AM06:00

Sunday June 2

Birthdays:   MARVIN HAMLISH, STACY KEACH, JERRY MATHERS, JOANNA GLEASON, PETE WILSON, TOM RAY, RHONDA DIBONA, NANCY WATTS, DANA CARVEY

At the Nugget:   7:00pm     LONG SHOT     (2h 5min   R)

 

  • Today is the Final day of the Telluride Balloon Festival.

  • SMRHA is hosting Lottery Information Discussions. Learn about the Town of Telluride’s Lottery Process. There will be a Spanish Interpreter at Every Meeting. The next meeting is tomorrow, June 3rd, 5-6pm in the Telluride Room at the WPL.

  • Palm Arts continues its 2019 Classic Cinema Series, celebrating cult film directors. The summer series begins with Quentin Tarantino’s Pulp Fiction, Friday, June 7th. Admission is FREE with all donations benefit the Palm Arts Programming fund.

  • The Wilkinson Library will moderate a candidate forum for the Mountain Village Town Council election on June 4th at the Mountain Village Town Hall, (above the Market at Mtn. Village). There will be a mixer at 5:15pm and the forum begins at 6pm.

  • The Wilkinson Public Library, Between the Covers, and the Sheep Mountain Alliance will host author Heather Hansman, who will be reading from and presenting on her book, Downriver: Into the Future of Water in the West. Monday, June 3rd, at 6pm.

  • Join the Telluride Historical Museum in celebrating the opening of their newest exhibit, If These Walls Could Talk: Preservation & Change, Thursday, June 6th, 6-8pm. This is a FREE evening at the museum. All are welcome. The Museum re-opens for the summer season Friday, June 3rd.

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

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

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

  • The Goldman/Enriquez Jazz Duo perform at the Phoenix Bean today, 11am-1pm.

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

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Jun
1
6:00 AM06:00

Saturday June 1

Birthdays: RON WOOD, PAT BOONE, ANDY GRIFFITH, MORGAN FREEMAN, CATHY BRASINGTON, STEVE SAMPSON, BILL DUNKELBERGER,  KATE PHINNEY, SUSAN VAN DIEST, CYNDA KROSIER, MARILYN MONROE, McKENNA CRAIG, ALAINIS MORRISETTE, JANE JACKSON

At the Nugget:   5:30pm & 8:00pm     LONG SHOT  (2h 5min  R)

  • The Telluride Balloon Festival continues today and tomorrow. The Annual Main Street GLO will take place this evening, weather permitting.  Colorado Avenue will be closed to traffic, from 6 to 10 p.m. Come out and enjoy all the color!

  • The annual Huck Finn & Becky Thatcher Fishing Derby is this today, June 1st, at the Kids Fishing Pond in Town Park. Wagon rides with Roudy begin at 9:30am, fishing derby begins at 11:00am. Poles will be provided for children ages 9 and under. Hosted by the Telluride Elks Lodge. For more information, call Ken Vann @ 729-1125.

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

  • The Society Turn Block Party returns for the summer today, June 1st, from 4-8pm. Music provided by Joint Point! Walk, Hike ,Ride, SUP or Park at the County Lot. NO DOGS Please!

  • The Western Slope Conservation Center's 19th annual River Fest takes place in Paonia, today and tomorrow. Music, Food, beer and cider, and a silent auction with games for kids of all ages will be offered, and of course, fun on the river. More information is available at westernslopeconservation.org/riverfest2019

  • Tickets are available for purchase for the 27th Annual Ah Haa Art Auction. The Auction takes place July 19th, at the depot. Head to ahhaa.org or call (970) 728-3886 to purchase VIP seated tickets.

  • The Wilkinson Public Library, Between the Covers, and the Sheep Mountain Alliance will host author Heather Hansman, who will be reading from and presenting on her book, Downriver: Into the Future of Water in the West. Monday, June 3rd, at 6pm at the WPL.

  • Palm Arts continues its 2019 Classic Cinema Series celebrating cult film directors. The summer series begins with Quentin Tarantino’s Pulp Fiction, Friday, June 7th. Admission is FREE with all donations benefit the Palm Arts Programming fund.

  • The Wilkinson Library will moderate a candidate forum for the Mountain Village Town Council election on June 4th at the Mountain Village Town Hall, (above the Market at Mtn. Village). There will be a mixer at 5:15pm and the forum begins at 6pm.

  • Join the Telluride Historical Museum in celebrating the opening of their newest exhibit, If These Walls Could Talk: Preservation & Change, Thursday, June 6th, 6-8pm. This is a FREE evening at the museum with refreshments. All are welcome. The Museum re-opens for the summer season Friday, June 3rd.

  • Telluride Gold Kings perform tonight at the Phoenix Bean, 6pm.

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May
31
6:00 AM06:00

Friday May 31

Birthdays:  CLINT EASTWOOD, BROOKE SHIELDS, JOHNNY PAYCHECK, TOM BERENGER, JEANNIE JOSEY,JULIA PALLARES, KRISTA DANIELSON, JACQUELINE SMITH, BOB GLEASON, ROD SMITH, DAVE HOFFMAN, WALT WHITMAN, JOHN BONHAM, PETER YARROW & JOE NAMATH

At the Nugget:  5:30pm & 8:00pm     LONG SHOT  (2h 5min  R)

 

Congratulations to the Telluride High Schools Graduating class of 2019!

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

  • The KOTO board of directors will hold a special meeting to discuss strategic planning this morning at 10am in the Wilkinson Library. 

  • The Telluride Balloon Festival begins today and continues through June 2nd.  The Annual Main Street GLO will take place on Saturday evening, weather permitting.  Colorado Avenue will be closed to traffic, from 6 to 10 p.m. Come out and enjoy all the color!

  • SMRHA is hosting Lottery Information Discussions. Learn about the Town of Telluride’s Lottery Process. There will be a Spanish Interpreter at Every Meeting. The next meeting is June 3rd, 5-6pm in the Magazine Room at the WPL.

  • The Society Turn Block Party returns for the summer this Saturday, June 1st, from 4-8pm. Music provided by Joint Point. Walk, Hike ,Ride, SUP or Park at the County Lot. NO DOGS Please!

  • Tri County Health’s course on Adult Mental Health Fist Aid will meet at the Ah Haa School, today, 9am-5pm. This class provides the skills to help your adult friends, family members and coworkers. To register and to find out more, visit tchnetwork.org or contact 970-708-7096.

  • The Western Slope Conservation Center's 19th annual River Fest takes place in Paonia, June 1st-2nd. Music, Food, beer and cider, and a silent auction with games for kids of all ages will be offered, and of course, fun on the river. More information available at westernslopeconservation.org/riverfest2019

  • The Wilkinson Library will moderate a candidate forum for the Mountain Village Town Council election on June 4th at the Mountain Village Town Hall, (above the Market at Mtn. Village). There will be a mixer at 5:15pm and the forum begins at 6pm.

  • Tickets are available for purchase for the 27th Annual Ah Haa Art Auction. The Auction takes place July 19th, at the depot. Head to ahhaa.org or call (970) 728-3886 to purchase VIP seated tickets.

  • The annual Huck Finn & Becky Thatcher Fishing Derby is this Saturday, June 1st, at the Kids Fishing Pond in Town Park. Wagon rides with Roudy begin at 9:30am, fishing derby begins at 11:00am. Poles will be provided for children ages 9 and under. Hosted by the Telluride Elks Lodge. For more information, call Ken Vann @ 729-1125.

  • The Wilkinson Public Library, Between the Covers, and the Sheep Mountain Alliance will host author Heather Hansman, who will be reading from and presenting on her book, Downriver: Into the Future of Water in the West. Monday, June 3rd, at 6pm at the WPL.

  • Space Between Shadows performs at the Sherbino Theater in Ridgway, tonight at 8pm.

  • Diggin’ Dirt performs at O’Bannon’s/Fly Me to the Moon Saloon tonight, 10:30pm.

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May
30
6:00 AM06:00

Thursday May 30

Born on this Day: MICHAEL J. POLLARD, BENNY GOODMAN, LISA KUDROW, GALE SAYERS, ERIC MOSHER, WYNONNA JUDD, SCOUT FRANKLIN, TED FARIS

At the Nugget: 6:15pm  TFF Presents THE SILENCE OF OTHERS 

(1h 36min  NR)

                             8:15pm     AVENGERS: ENDGAME  (3h 1min     PG-13)

  

  • San Miguel County Emergency Management will have a siren company come today, May 30th, to do a demo on alert sirens. This is just a test demonstration. There is no emergency and no action will need to be taken by the public. You may hear a siren coming from a loudspeaker throughout the day and you will hear a voice over these loudspeakers as well. This is just part of plans for preparedness, alert and warning.

  • The Wilkinson Library’s Summer Reading Kick-off Party takes place today, at 1pm, in the Program Room.

  • It’s Bike to Work Week in Telluride! San Miguel Bike Alliance encourages all who can, to bike to work or school!

  • The KOTO board of directors will hold a special meeting to discuss strategic planning on Friday, May 31st, at 10am in the Wilkinson Library. 

  • Join Chiropractor, Dr. Steven Clark, at the Wilkinson Library, for his presentation on the science behind the aging process and real-world strategies to minimize it. Tonight at 6pm.

  • The Sherbino’s Sherb Talk Series, presents Kitty Banner Seeman, tonight, 8pm. Seemann, once an Alaskan-based glacier and bush pilot in the 1970s and 80s, will present on her recently released narrative detailing her experiences, "Wings of Her Dreams".

  • SMRHA is hosting Lottery Information Discussions. Learn about the Town of Telluride’s Lottery Process. There will be a Spanish Interpreter at Every Meeting. The next meeting is June 3rd, 5-6pm in the Telluride Room at the WPL.

  • The Western Slope Conservation Center's 19th annual River Fest takes place in Paonia, June 1st-2nd. Music, Food, beer and cider, and a silent auction with games for kids of all ages will be offered, and of course, fun on the river. More information available at westernslopeconservation.org/riverfest2019

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

  • The Wilkinson Public Library, Between the Covers, and the Sheep Mountain Alliance will host author Heather Hansman, who will be reading from and presenting on her book, Downriver: Into the Future of Water in the West. Monday, June 3rd, at 6pm at the WPL.

  • Tri County Health’s course on Adult Mental Health Fist Aid will meet at the Ah Haa School, tomorrow, 9am-5pm. This class provides the skills to help your adult friends, family members and coworkers. To register and to find out more, visit tchnetwork.org or contact 970-708-7096.

  • The annual Huck Finn & Becky Thatcher Fishing Derby is this Saturday, June 1st, at the Kids Fishing Pond in Town Park. Wagon rides with Roudy begin at 9:30am, fishing derby begins at 11:00am. Poles will be provided for children ages 9 and under. Hosted by the Telluride Elks Lodge. For more information, call Ken Vann @ 729-1125.

  • The Telluride Balloon Festival begins tomorrow and continues through June 2nd.  The Annual Main Street GLO will take place on Saturday evening, weather permitting.  Colorado Avenue will be closed to traffic, from 6 to 10 p.m. Come out and enjoy all the color!

  • Porch Wood performs at the Sheridan Historic Bar, tonight, at 8pm.

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May
29
6:00 AM06:00

Wednesday May 29

Born on this day: BOB HOPE, MELISSA ETHERIDGE,  LATOYA JACKSON, ANNETTE BENNING, JASON BRINK, DIANE CANNON, JACK EAGLETON, DYLAN HANLEY, SEESAW HEIRICH, ANDREW MONKS, JACK PERA, KATIE BELLINGER

At the Nugget: 7:00pm  AVENGERS: ENDGAME  (3h 1min   PG-13)

 

  • San Miguel County Emergency Management will have a siren company come tomorrow, May 30th, to do a demo on alert sirens. This is just a test demonstration. There is no emergency and no action will need to be taken by the public. You may hear a siren coming from a loudspeaker throughout the day and you will hear a voice over these loudspeakers as well. This is just part of plans for preparedness, alert and warning.

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

  • The Sherbino’s Sherb Talk Series, presents Kitty Banner Seeman, tomorrow night, 8pm. Seemann, once an Alaskan-based glacier and bush pilot renowned for piloting climbers, explorers, adventurers and fisherman into the wilds and bush of Alaska in the 1970s and 80s will present on her recently released narrative detailing her experiences, "Wings of Her Dreams".

  • Join Chiropractor, Dr. Steven Clark, at the Wilkinson Library, for his presentation on the science behind the aging process and real-world strategies to minimize it. Tomorrow, May 30th at 6pm.

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

  • The Western Colorado Friends of the Himalayas, the Ridgway/Ouray Community Council and the Ouray Climbers Alliance will host Sir Chris Bonington, world famous mountaineer, for the 50th Anniversary Celebration of the first successful climb of the south face of Annapurna. Tonight at 7:00 p.m. in the Ridgway 4H Events Center in Ridgway. Call 970-209-1395 for more information.

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

  • Palm Arts continues its 2019 Classic Cinema Series celebrating cult film directors. The summer series begins with Quentin Tarantino’s Pulp Fiction, Friday, June 7th. Admission is FREE with all donations benefit the Palm Arts Programming fund.

  • The Western Slope Conservation Center's 19th annual River Fest takes place in Paonia, June 1st-2nd. Music, Food, beer and cider, and a silent auction with games for kids of all ages will be offered, and of course, fun on the river. More information available at westernslopeconservation.org/riverfest2019

  • The Wilkinson Library’s Summer Reading Kick-off Party takes place tomorrow, at 1pm, in the Program Room.

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May
28
6:00 AM06:00

Tuesday May 28

Born on this day:  GLADYS KNIGHT, JOHN FOGARTY, JIM THORPE, RUDY GIULIANI, FLETCHER ANDERSON, SHANNON CAMPBELL, PAUL EMERICK, RACHEL GILLETTE,  LINDA KNAPP, JON KOVASH, STEVE KUEHN, GRANT McCARGO, DOUG McLAUGHLIN, PAUL TALMEY,

At the Nugget: 7:00pm  AVENGERS: ENDGAME  (3h 1min   PG-13)

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

  • The Western Colorado Friends of the Himalayas, the Ridgway/Ouray Community Council and the Ouray Climbers Alliance will host Sir Chris Bonington, world famous mountaineer, for the 50th Anniversary Celebration of the first successful climb of the south face of Annapurna. Tomorrow, May 29th, at 7:00 p.m. in the Ridgway 4H Events Center in Ridgway. Call 970-209-1395 for more information.

  • Join the Telluride Historical Museum in celebrating the opening of their newest exhibit, If These Walls Could Talk: Preservation & Change, Thursday, June 6th, 6-8pm. This is a FREE evening at the museum. All are welcome. The Museum re-opens for the summer season Friday, June 3rd.

  • Palm Arts continues its 2019 Classic Cinema Series, celebrating cult film directors. The summer series begins with Quentin Tarantino’s Pulp Fiction, Friday, June 7th. Admission is FREE with all donations benefit the Palm Arts Programming fund.

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

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

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

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

  • San Miguel County Emergency Management will have a siren company come Thursday, May 30th, to do a demo on alert sirens. This is just a test demonstration. There is no emergency and no action will need to be taken by the public. You may hear a siren coming from a loudspeaker throughout the day and you will hear a voice over these loudspeakers as well. This is just part of plans for preparedness, alert and warning.

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May
27
6:00 AM06:00

Monday May 27

Born on this day:  LOU GOSSETT JR., BRUCE COCKBURN, RAMSEY LEWIS, HENRY KISSINGER, ISADORA DUNCAN, RACHEL CARSON, HERMAN WOUK, LISA LOPES, JOSEPH FIENNES, VINCENT PRICE, JOHN F. KENNEDY, RAMSEY LEWIS, MATT ELLIOTT, ANTHONY FORREST, MELISSA FRIEDMAN, DAVE HOMER, RICHARD HOUCK, DON SCARMUZZI, MARY VIDMAR

At the Nugget:    MOUNTAINFILM 2019 Schedule at mountainfilm.org

                           7:00pm  AVENGERS: ENDGAME   (3h 1min PG-13)

 

  • The Gondola is open for the summer season. Please note that there will be NO MOUNTAIN ACCESS FOR SKIING/SNOWBOARDING/BIKING from San Sophia Station and limited mountain access for sightseeing and hiking at this time. Operating hours are 6:30 a.m. to midnight seven days a week. The gondola will run until 2 a.m. Fridays and Saturdays June 21-September 14.

  • Join Chiropractor, Dr. Steven Clark, at the Wilkinson Library, for his presentation on the science behind the aging process and real-world strategies to minimize it.  May 30th at 6pm.

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

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

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

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

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

  • The Western Colorado Friends of the Himalayas, the Ridgway/Ouray Community Council and the Ouray Climbers Alliance will host Sir Chris Bonington, world famous mountaineer, for the 50th Anniversary Celebration of the first successful climb of the south face of Annapurna. Wednesday, May 29th, at 7:00 p.m. in the Ridgway 4H Events Center in Ridgway. Call 970-209-1395 for more information.

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

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May
26
6:00 AM06:00

Sunday May 26

Birthdays:  STEVIE NICKS, HANK WILLIAMS JR., LENNY KRAVITZ,  BRENT MUSBERGER, JAMES ARNESS,  HELENA BONHAM CARTER, PAM GRIER,  JOHN WAYNE, STEVE CHET-CHU, JOHN COHN, DEBRA CRAWFORD, JOE DISTEFANO, JILL JAMES,  STEVE LEVICK, TIM O’BRIEN, ALEXA WARREN, KATHLEEN WILCOX, MEREDITH FOX

At the Nugget:  MOUNTAINFILM 2019  The 41st annual event.  Schedule at mountainfilm.org

 

  • The Gondola is open for the summer season. Please note that there will be NO MOUNTAIN ACCESS FOR SKIING/SNOWBOARDING/BIKING from San Sophia Station and limited mountain access for sightseeing and hiking at this time. Operating hours are 6:30 a.m. to midnight seven days a week. The gondola will run until 2 a.m. Fridays and Saturdays June 21-September 14.

  • Alan Booradley and the NIA perform at Wood Ear today, 9am-noon.

  • Motorcycles, Jeeps, and Classic Cars are all invited to the 3rd annual Ride to Rico! Start where you are and ride with your crew on your own schedule with one destination: Rico. Smoked BBQ and live music start at noon today, May 26th.

  • The Telluride Elks Lodge and American Legion Post 12 will hold Memorial Day Services, Monday, May 27th, 11am at Lone Tree Cemetery. All are welcome!

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

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

  • Join Chiropractor, Dr. Steven Clark, at the Wilkinson Library, for his presentation on the science behind the aging process and real-world strategies to minimize it.  May 30th at 6pm.

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

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

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

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

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May
25
6:00 AM06:00

Saturday May 25

Birthdays:  CONNIE SELLECA, DIXIE CARTER, JESSI COLTER, FRANK OZ, K.C. JONES, RALPH W. EMERSON,  MILES DAVIS, LAURYN HILL, ANNE HECHE, MIKE MYERS, JENNIFER MILLER, VICTORIA NASH, TIFFANY WORRELL,

At the Nugget:  MOUNTAINFILM 2019  The 41st annual event.  Schedule at mountainfilm.org

 

  • The Gondola is open for the summer season. Please note that there will be NO MOUNTAIN ACCESS FOR SKIING/SNOWBOARDING/BIKING from San Sophia Station and limited mountain access for sightseeing and hiking at this time. Operating hours are 6:30 a.m. to midnight seven days a week. The gondola will run until 2 a.m. Fridays and Saturdays June 21-September 14.

  • Motorcycles, Jeeps, and Classic Cars are all invited to the 3rd annual Ride to Rico! Start where you are and ride with your crew on your own schedule with one destination: Rico. Smoked BBQ and live music start at noon today, May 25th and tomorrow, May 26th.

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

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

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

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

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

  • Palm Arts continues its 2019 Classic Cinema Series celebrating cult film directors. The summer series begins with Quentin Tarantino’s Academy Award winning Pulp Fiction Friday, June 7th. Admission is FREE with all donations benefit the Palm Arts Programming fund.

  • Join Chiropractor, Dr. Steven Clark, at the Wilkinson Library, for his presentation on the science behind the aging process and real-world strategies to minimize it.  May 30th at 6pm.

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

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May
24
6:00 AM06:00

Friday May 24

Birthdays:  PRISCILLA PRESLEY, ROSEANNE CASH, TOMMY PAGE, BOB DYLAN, PATTI LaBELLE, TOMMY CHONG, QUEEN VICTORIA, NELL CAMPBELL, WOOLEY CHAPPEL, TOBY BAIRD, PETER ISRAEL, JULIUS PRAGER, SUSAN JACOBSON, ROSA PHELPS, CHRISTINE BENNETT, KAREN BAYER,

At the Nugget:   MOUNTAINFILM 2019  The 41st annual event.  Schedule at mountainfilm.org

 

  • The Gondola is open for the summer season. Please note that there will be NO MOUNTAIN ACCESS FOR SKIING/SNOWBOARDING/BIKING from San Sophia Station and limited mountain access for sightseeing and hiking at this time. Operating hours are 6:30 a.m. to midnight seven days a week. The gondola will run until 2 a.m. Fridays and Saturdays June 21-September 14.

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

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

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

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

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

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

  • Motorcycles, Jeeps, and Classic Cars are all invited to the 3rd annual Ride to Rico! Start where you are and ride with your crew on your own schedule with one destination: Rico. Smoked BBQ and live music start at noon on Saturday, May 25th and Sunday, May 26th.

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

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May
23
6:00 AM06:00

Thursday May 23

Birthdays:  JOAN COLLINS, LUKA BLOOM, MAC WISEMAN, ROSEMARY CLOONEY, DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS, DREW CAREY, JEWEL, BRIAN AHERN, SARAH WONTROBSKI,  JON BOSSE, DAVID CALICOTT, TODD JAMES, POLLY LEACH-LYCHEE, PAULA McMILLIAN, GERRY MARTIN, JENNY McCARGO, ROB WASSERMAN,

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

 

  • The Gondola opens today for the summer season at 6:30 a.m. Please note that there will be NO MOUNTAIN ACCESS FOR SKIING/SNOWBOARDING/BIKING from San Sophia Station and limited mountain access for sightseeing and hiking at this time. Operating hours are 6:30 a.m. to midnight seven days a week. The gondola will run until 2 a.m. Fridays and Saturdays June 21-September 14.

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

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

  • Age-specific Parenting Workshops will be offered throughout the Month of May. This week, the discussion will be on Drugs and Alcohol. Today, May 23rd, parents with middle school and high schoolers will meet at the Ah Haa School. For more information contact Clea Willow at 970.728.5613 or email clea@brightfuturesforchildren.org

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

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

  • The Wilkinson Library will continue its series “Tackling Tough Topics,” with a discussion on Implicit Bias. Wednesday, May 29th at 5:30pm. Visit telluridelibrary.org to sign-up and learn more.

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

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

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

  • The Wilkinson Library will moderate a candidate forum for the Mountain Village Town Council election on June 4th at the Mountain Village Town Hall, (above the Market at Mtn. Village). There will be a mixer at 5:15pm and the forum begins at 6pm.

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May
22
6:00 AM06:00

Wednesday May 22

Born on this day: PAUL WINFIELD, SUSAN STRASBERG, NAOMI CAMPBELL, BERNIE TAUPIN, RICHARD WAGNER, ERIN BURKE, TRAVIS JULIA, MICHAEL METCALF

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

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

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

  • Telluride Adaptive Sports Program invites interested parties to attend a quick informational meeting on volunteer opportunities this summer. At the Telluride Library in the Telluride Room, tonight, at 5pm. You may also call 970-728-2443 or email m.miller@TellurideAdaptiveSports.org for more info.

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

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

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

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

  • “The Deer,” perform at the Sherbino Theater tonight, 8pm. More info available at sherbino.org.

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

  • The Gondola will reopen tomorrow, May 23rd, for the summer season.

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

  • Mountainfilm Festival begins tonight with free movies in Town Park, 8:45pm and 10:45pm. For a full schedule of events, visit mountainfilm.org.

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May
21
6:00 AM06:00

Tuesday May 21

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

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

 

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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