Born on this Day: CHUBBY CHECKER, LINDSAY BUCKINGHAM, CHARLIE LIKERMAN, GINNY BROWN, STU FRASER, EMILE SANTE, KIERSTEN HARTER, SCOTT KENNETT, JENNIFER DILLEY ANISTA, BARB HACKEN, TOMMY LEE, NEVE CAMPBELL, THOMAS WOLFE, GWEN STEFANI, KOTO-FM, COOKIE HODGES, ELIZA GAVIN, STEVIE RAY VAUGHN,
At the Nugget: 5:30pm HUSTLERs (1 hr 50 min R)
8:00pm Original Thinkers presents SHORT FILMS
Tonight is Art Walk! Participating galleries and venues will be open later.
One-to-One Mentoring is having a Mentor Mingle, today at the Oak, 5-7pm. Stop by to meet Mentors and learn more about becoming one! For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 970.728.0885.
The second Original Thinkers festival begins today and continues through Sunday, October 6th! A schedule for the weekend and tickets are available at originalthinkers.com
There will be a parenting workshop today at the Wilkinson Library. The topic of discussion will be Introduction to the Pyramid Model: Schedules and Using Positive Language with Children. In the Program Room, 5:30-7:30pm.Dinner and childcare will be provided.
Colorado U.S. Senator Michael Bennet invites residents from Ouray and San Miguel Counties to meet with his Constituent Advocate, Janet Wolf, who will be hosting listening sessions. The first session is today, 11-1pm at the Ouray 4-H Event Center in the North Room downstairs. The second session will be held October 16th at the Wilkinson Library, 11-1pm. To schedule an appointment, email email@example.com. Please include a brief description of the issue you want to address. You can also call 970.259.1710
Telluride Mountain School will have their Curriculum Night tonight, 5:30-7:30. This is free and open to the public.
The Pinhead Institute will host the 34 Pinterns as they present on what they did this summer. Monday, October 7th at the Sheridan Opera House, 5:30-6:30pm. This is free and open to all.
The GoHaweye Foundation will host Enock Glidden as he shares his incredible journey, living and adventuring with Spina Bifida. Join Glidden at the Telluride Distilling Company, tonight, as he shares his story and inspiring film "Enock.” There will be a Meet and Greet at 6:30 PM. Presentation at 7 PM, followed by music from Looty Booty and the Telluride Gold Kings! Donations will be accepted at the event.
The Ophir Hill Climb will take place this Sunday, October 6th. Ride or Run. Register on race day at 9am at Ophir Town Hall. Race starts at 10am. There will be an awards party after the race at the playground!
The Trail Horse Rescue and Dream Catcher Therapy Center are hosting a Casino Night benefit, Saturday, October 5th at the Montrose Pavilion, 6-10pm. Tickets sold at the door or call 323-5400
The final date for the Skippy cavity prevention program is today, at Nucla Middle and High School.
Ouray Oktoberfest happens Saturday, October 5th from 5-9 PM at the Ouray Community Center. Break out your dirndls and lederhosen and get ready for polka fun and sing-alongs with the Austrian Connection, authentic German brats, door prizes, kids' activities, costume and Stein hoisting competitions.
Placerville invites the community to their Annual Fall Potluck, tomorrow, 5:30-7:30pm. At the Historic Placerville Schoolhouse. Please bring food of the fall harvest, your own beverages and your own table service.
Idarado will be conducting maintenance operations on the Bridal Veil Powerhouse this week which will require parking construction equipment on the road immediately above the powerhouse. This equipment will effectively block the road except for narrow passage along the south side of the trail. Spotters will be present on both sides of the area to stop work so that foot traffic can be safely directed through the work zone. Recreators should expect delays up to 20 minutes in each direction.