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Friday November 2


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

  • The Gondola reopens Sunday, Nov. 16th.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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


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

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

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

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

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

Earlier Event: November 1
Thursday November 1
Later Event: November 3
Saturday November 3