Birthdays: WILLIAM SHATNER, MARIAH CAREY, BOB COSTAS, KARL MALDEN, STEPHANIE MILLS, ANDREW LLOYD WEBBER, PAT ROBERTSON, SUSAN HENRY, LUCI REEVE, REESE WITHERSPOON, SCOTT RIKKERS, BRETT SCHRECKENGOST, ADAM LEVY, BRIAN BECKHAM, BILL GORDON, ANNE BROWN, DOUG MILLER, JANET BRANNEN, CHICO MARX, MARCEL MARCEAU,
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Attention San Miguel County deed restricted housing owners: the SMRHA will begin sending compliance letters now through Summer 2019. Watch your email and P.O. Box for a questionnaire to update your property file. More info available at smrha.org.
Beginning today, the Telluride Elks Lodge will be hosting Fish Frys at the Lodge. 5:30 - 8:00pm. Today features the Oak with catfish. For more information, contact Mark at (970) 728-6362.
The Wilkinson library’s Authors Uncovered series is bringing Christine Aschwanden, author of “Good to Go: What the Athlete in All of Us Can Learn from the Strange Science of Recovery,” tonight at 6pm in the program room.
The Telluride Choral Society invites you to join them for the 2019 SpringSing concerts, entitled "In the Garden", featuring 60 local musicians. Tonight at 7:00 p.m. and Sunday, March 24th at 4:00 p.m. at Christ Church. Tickets will be available for purchase at the door. For more information, please call (970)729-0082.
On Sunday, March 24th, the Wilkinson library will offer an opportunity for frank and open discussions about death at the “Death Café.” In partnership with tri-County Health and Christ Presbyterian Church. 4:30pm.
Raffle tickets are available to win a 7-day, 6-night stay for two at the Koro Sun resort in Savusavu, FIJI! All proceeds go to supporting KOTO Radio! Stop by the office to buy one or ask your DJ friends! The winning ticket will be drawn at the KOTO Street Dance, April 5th.
Get ready to get down on Saturday, March 23rd for The Social: Seventies Shindig at the Ah Haa School, 6:30pm. This one-night-only event will showcase the glory of Telluride in the YX years with a popup exhibit and local seventies characters serving craft cocktails. Hear the history of Telluride’s wildest years from those that lived them. Theme attire encouraged! Tickets available on the museum’s website at shop.telluridemuseum.org
Mountain Village’s Market on the Plaza is accepting 2019 vendor applications. For market dates and an application, head to townofmountainvillage.com/market-vendor. The deadline for applying is April 1st.
Mountainfilm for Locals invite the public to a screening of Cine de las Montañas featuring a selection of subtitled and Spanish language films. Free food and child care will be provided. At the Wilkinson Library, Monday, March 25th, 6pm.
There will be a Parent and Caregiver Coffee and Conversation/ Café con Conversación, at the Lone Cone Library in Norwood, this morning at 10:30am. Coffee and Conversation is for parents, caregivers, grandparents, friends, and neighbors who have an interest in helping creating a community that supports young children. Learn about available resources, connect with others with a similar experience, and enjoy a cup of coffee!
The Telluride Education Foundation will present a free screening of “LIKE” as part of their Community Film & Speaker Series. Wednesday, March 27th, 5:45pm @ The Palm. “LIKE” is an original documentary that explores the impact of social media on our lives. Patricia Greenfield will host a Q & A session after the film. There will also be a Parent Roundtable with Greenfield Thursday, March 28th at 8:15am @ TMHS District Conference Room.
One-to-One Mentoring’s Annual Cardboard Sled Derby Takes place tomorrow on the NASTAR Race Course. Race starts at 9am.
KOTO thanks all of our listeners who donated during our 2019 winter fund drive. Thanks to your support, KOTO remains one of but a few radio stations in the country that are completely non-commercial and non-underwritten. This next hour's programming is brought to you by …(dramatic pause)… YOU, the listener. Thank you and keep on rocking in the free world.
IT’S RED BALL TIME THIS SUNDAY, MARCH 24 AT 3:45 P.M.!! Telluride Rotary Club’s 16th Annual Red Ball Express happens this Sunday at 3:45, a chance to win $5000 and 100 Mega Million Lottery tickets! Adoption Tickets are still available from local Rotarians and some non-profit organizations who are selling them OR you can get your adoption ticket in the Mountain Village gondola plaza on Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sunday, 9am to 3 p.m. Great cash prizes and a chance to support Rotary Youth Programs in Telluride! Call Marilyn at 970-708-2202 for more information or to buy your chance to win!