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Thursday November 1

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Earlier Event: October 31
Wednesday October 31
Later Event: November 2
Friday November 2