Born on this day: NOV 7 - CINDY FARNEY, DIANA FISCHER, MEGAN McDONNELL, MELLIE BRACEWELL, JENNIFER COUNTISS, PAUL SCHMIDT, CINDY JOHNSON, VERNE SOUCIE, WENDY SMITH, JUSTIANA MARIE BIRZIN, JOHN RITCHEY, CALEB KING, BILLY GRAHAM, AL HIRT, JONI MITCHELL, MARY TRAVERS, JOHNNY RIVERS
At the Nugget: 7:00 A STAR IS BORN (2h 16min R)
The Wilkinson Public Library presents Telluride Film Festival’s Cinematheque winter series “A Director Retrospective- The Great Hal Ashby,” (HAROLD AND MAUDE, COMING HOME and BEING THERE). The first documentary HAL, (2018, 90 minutes), plays November 12th 6-8 pm.
The KOTO Ski Swap is Nov. 9th-12th. You can still sign-up to volunteer for the swap, which gets you access to the sweet deals of the pre-swap. Saturday especially is in need of volunteers for the afternoon shift 12-5 for cashiers and security. Go to Koto.org to get the complete schedule for the weekend.
If you wish to sell items at the swap, you need to buy tags. Save yourself time on Friday when you drop-off by pre-tagging all your items! Tags are $1 each and are available at the KOTO office.
Come to a free exhibition, and talk about the Northern Arizona Volunteer Medical Corps doctors’ experiences among the people of Haiti at the Ah Haa School Saturday, November 10th 5-7p.m. The exhibit, entitled “My Brothers Our Sisters,” will run through the end of November.
Wednesday, November 14th, a free legal clinic for parties who have no attorney, will be held at Wilkinson Public Library, 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM. By computer link, volunteer attorneys will answer questions, help fill out forms, and explain the process and procedure for all areas of civil litigation, including family law, property law, probate law, collections, appeals, landlord-tenant law, small claims, veterans issues, and civil protection orders. Please contact the Wilkinson Public Library at 728-4519 to schedule an appointment.
The Wilkinson Public Library and Between the Covers Bookstore present another "Authors Uncovered" with Amy Irvine, author of "Desert Cabal: A New Season in the Wilderness," today, November 7th, at 6pm, at Telluride Arts HQ. On this, the 50th anniversary of Ed Abbey's "Desert Solitaire," Irvine's brutally honest essays lay "Desert Solitaire" bare, looking back at the man who wrote the book and the desert left behind. Also speaking will be Regina Lopez Whiteskunk of the Ute Mountain Ute Tribe, author of the afterword. A book signing will follow the reading and Q&A.
The Sherbino Theater presents Gabrielle Louise and her Full Band. Friday, November 9th, doors 6:30 pm, concert 7:00. Tickets available at sherbino.org
Rainbow, Rockies and Rascals Fall Fundraiser happens Friday November 9 at the Ah-Haa school for the arts from 5:30-9:30 featuring live music, delicious food, free champagne, a raffle and a live and silent auction.
Telluride MSHS Performing Arts Department Presents The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. Come for an early preview of the show on Thursday November 8 at 5PM. Evening shows are at 7PM on November 9 and 10, and on Sunday the 11th the run wraps up with a matinee at 2PM. Buy your tickets at the door at the Michael D. Palm Theater in Telluride.
Tonight, Wednesday Nov. 7th, the Telluride Mountain Club and The Peter Inglis Avalanche Education Fund, present the latest installment of their Telluride Backcountry Chats; Avalanche Accidents: The illusion of control and the perils of positive outcomes
with Dale Atkins. At Jagged Edge, talk begins at 6pm.
Join other bibliophiles at The West End Bistro at The Hotel Telluride Thursday, November 8th, 5:15-6:15 pm, to discuss what books you are reading, have read, or would like to read while sipping on libations.
Qi Gong at the Ah Haa School begins today through the Ski Season. Join Susie Meade Mondays & Wednesdays from 8:45 – 9:45am.