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Friday January 25

Birthdays: - ETTA JAMES, DEAN JONES, ANDREW DUBOIS, CHRIS COLTER, CRAIG KENNEDY, GREG CRAIG, JANE DUNHAM, JOHN HAMILTON, JONATHAN SCHURMAN, SALLY SIEGEL, SCOTT WILSON, XANTHE DEMAS, THEODORE Q. ERRICO,  MINER’S UNION BUILDING (BUILT IN 1901)

At the Nugget:   5:30 & 8:15pm    VICE   (2h 12min R)

 

  • KOTO’s Lip-Sync is TONIGHT! Doors @8pm, Show @9pm at the Sheridan Opera House! You can still buy tickets at koto.org. Don’t miss it!

  • The Telluride Farmers Market’s Winter Market will be open today from noon-4pm at 335 West Colorado, (the west wing where elections take place). The market will be open on Fridays through January.

  • The seventh annual Western Colorado Food and Farm Forum is Jan. 25-26th at the Montrose Pavilion. Farmer Joel Salatin will be the keynote speaker. Register at foodfarmforum.org or call 970-765-6170.

  • KOTO Radio has a new studio at Norwood High School! Tune in every Friday at noon to hear "The Lunch Break," featuring students in Mr. L's class. Also, if you are a West End resident who would like to record a commentary to run after the news on KOTO, email cara@koto.org to set up a time. Office hours are on Thursdays. Record up to 3 minutes about events, fundraisers, nonprofit updates, community happenings, political opinions and more.

  • The Rico Trails Alliance presents the second annual Rico Fatbike Bash at the Rico Winter Carnival, Saturday, Jan. 26th. Food, drinks, bonfire, and of course, BIKES! A group ride at 2:30pm will leave from Rico Town Park. Don't have your own bike? demo bikes for you to try. More info @ www.ricotrailsalliance.org

  • The Wilkinson Library will host a free screening of Mountainfilm for Locals featuring adventure shorts. Monday, Jan. 28th, 6-7:30pm.

  • Join Telluride Mountain Club for their latest Backcountry Chat, Monday, Jan. 28th. 6:15pm at Jagged Edge. They’ll be talking about “Putting It All Together: from morning coffee to dropping in & how hazard can change overnight,” with Jake Hutchinson.

  • The Ouray Ice Festival returns for 2019 today through Sunday, the 27th, with comps, clinics and much more. Money raised at the festival benefits the Ouray Ice Park.

  • Telluride’s Got Talent is tonight at the Palm Theater. Doors at 5, show starts at 5:30pm. For more information, please contact Ms. Watkins at awatkins@telluride.k12.co.us

  • The Colorado Master Gardner Program begins Jan. 31st, at the Placerville School House, 9am-4pm. Learn more and sign-up at sanmiguel.colostate.edu

  • The Wilkinson Library’s first Community Science Fair is tomorrow, 5-7PM. All ages are welcome to participate! Visit www.telluridelibrary.org for more information on the guidelines and how to apply.

  • Tickets are available for purchase for the San Miguel Resource Center’s Annual Chocolate Lovers’ Fling fundraising event. Head to smrcco.org. The Fling is February 9th.

  • The San Miguel Educational Fund (KOTO’s governing body) will hold a special meeting to discuss their 2019 budget on Monday, January 28th, at 5pm in the Telluride Room of the Wilkinson Library. KOTO DJs, members, and the public are invited to attend.

Earlier Event: January 24
Thursday January 24
Later Event: January 26
Saturday January 26