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Tuesday October 23

Birthdays:

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

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

 

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

 

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

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

 

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

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

 

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

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

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

 

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

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

 

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

 

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

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

Earlier Event: October 22
Monday October 22
Later Event: October 24
Wednesday October 24