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Wednesday February 27

Born on this day:  LIZ TAYLOR, HOWARD HESSMAN, RALPH NADER, JOANNE WOODWARD, CHELSEA CLINTON,  ANDERS UNRUH, BRAD GREEN, CAL WILBOURNE,  KATHLEEN MORGAN, MAMIE BLOOM, AMBER POPE,  JOERN GERDTS, TERRY MERRIMAN, TORREY STOPPEL, JOHN STEINBECK, ELIZABETH HAATS, HOLLY KERR HOLLAND

At the Nugget:  5:30 & 8:15pm  SPIDER-MAN: INTO THE SPIDER-VERSE         (1h 57min PG)

 

  • The Ah Haa is offering KIDS' NIGHT OUT every Thursday from 5:30-8 pm through the ski season. Sign up by calling (970) 728-3886.

  • Telluride Gay Ski Week continues through March 2nd. For a full schedule of events, go to telluridegayski.com.

  • The Telluride Historical Museum is selling bundles of Daffodils. All proceeds will benefit the Telluride Historical Museum and American Cancer Society. You can purchase blooms in advance by going online or calling the museum. Live sales will take place March 11th-15th at various locations around town and Mountain Village. Volunteers are needed to assist with live sales, so if you're interested please call the Museum at (970) 728-3344 or email Kiernan Lannon at kiernan@telluridemuseum.org for more details.

  • The Second Chance Humane Society and Bow Wow Film Festival Present the 2nd Annual Fury Flicks and Fashion fundraising event. March 9th from 5:30- 9:00PM. At the Ouray County Event Center in Ridgway. You can find more information and buy tickets at adoptmountainpets.org

  • Cub Scout Pack 500/Boy Scout Troop 500 will meet today at 3:30 p.m. At the Elks Lodge. Contact Janet Kask at 708-1264 for more information.

  • Friday, Feb. 28th, Tri County Health Network presents “the Dementia Experience,” Experience the world through the eyes of someone with dementia. At the Bridal Veil Conference Room in the Telluride High School, 10am-3pm. For more information, e-mail info@tchnetwork.org. Open to everyone.

  • On March 4th, the Telluride Med Center will offer “stop the bleed,” training. At the Wilkinson Library in the Telluride Room. There will be two classes offered, 12pm or 5:15pm. Trainings are first-come-first-served and are limited to 14 participants per class.

  • On Friday, March 1st, join former Telluride resident Rob Wasserman, as he speaks about his journey through addiction and recovery. This is part of the Wilkinson Library’s new series, “Tackling Tough Topics” focusing on the opioid crisis. 5:30pm at the library.

  • MET at the Palm presents LA FILLE DU RÉGIMENT (Donizetti). Saturday, March 2nd, Live at 11am. Approx. runtime: 2:55 [1 Intermission].

  • Telluride’s Spring Pop-Up Market, on March 16th at the Opera House, is accepting vendors. Local and regional small businesses are encouraged to apply. Contact Krista at 708-9029.

  • Wilkinson Public Library and the Telluride Film Festival present The Trailblazing Women of Documentary Film series. The series begins March 4th at 6:00 pm with GHOST FLEET.  The documentary’s Director/Producer, Shannon Service, will be at the library in person to introduce the film and for a Q & A afterward.

  • Between the Covers Bookstore and the Telluride AIDS Benefit present a new event—Memories & Mimosas—with educator and poet Madelyn Garner, author of "Hum of Our Blood." The reading, a tribute to her son whom she lost to AIDS in 1996, is free and will take place at the Ah Haa School on Sunday, March 3rd, at 11am, and will include a lite brunch and, of course, mimosas!

  • It’s Fundraising Time! Support KOTO by donating to your favorite program or DJ! You can head to koto.org and click the donate button or stop by the KOTO Studio at N. Pine! A $50 donation or more enters you into the daily Siam gift certificate drawing!

Earlier Event: February 26
Tuesday February 26
Later Event: February 28
Thursday February 28