Born on this day: BOOMER ESIASON, JAX MOSHIER, THORNTON WILDER, NIKOLAI KRUSHCHEV, DON KIRSHNER, JAN HAMMER, HARRY REASONER, KEVIN CROKE, STEVE FERRIS, ADAM GEETER, JEN MALAND, GRANT ROLAND,
At the Nugget: 7pm CAPTAIN MARVEL (2h 3min PG-13)
Celebrate Earth Day with the Telluride Mountain School at a free community wide, multimedia slide show presentation and book signing with nationally renowned, Colorado Landscape Photographer John Fielder. Monday, April 22 from 7:00 - 8:15 p.m. At the Wilkinson Library. There will be a book signing before and after event (6:30 p.m. and 8:15 p.m.).
Candidates are wanted for 4 open seats on Mountain Village’s Town Council. Send a letter of intent and candidate biographical form (available at the MVTC website) to firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications are due May 5th by 5pm.
Registration is open for Half-marathon training with Jill Birchmore. To register and find out more information call 970-708-5037 or e-mail email@example.com.
The Ouray Elks Lodge will host an Easter Preparation Potluck. Friday, April 19th at the Elks Lodge, 6pm. Please bring a dish to share. Call (970) 626-4239 for more information.
The Sherbino Theater’s Sherb Talk Series presents Susan Lohr and Stacy McPhail of the Gunnison Ranchland Conservation Legacy. They will speak on private, landowner-driven efforts to place conservation easements on working ranchlands. Friday, April 19. Doors at 7:00 pm, Talk at 7:30 pm.
Thursday, April 25th, The Wilkinson Library, Tri-County Health and Christ Presbyterian Church will host a discussion about making the most of your (finite) life. This is part of the Death Café series, aimed at facilitating honest and frank discussions on death. At Christ Presbyterian Church, 5:30pm.
Tomorrow, April 18th, the TFF presents Gloria Bell, at the Nugget Theater. Film starts at 6:15pm, no Nugget passes please.
It’s Spring cleaning time! Mark your calendars for the following Refuse Disposal Events. On Saturday, May 4th, 9am-3pm at the Norwood Fairgrounds, yard and household refuse will be accepted. On Friday, May 17th, Telluride-County Spring Cleanup will take place at Carhenge, 10am-3pm. Appliance, scrap metal, tires, vehicle batteries and other household and garden refuse will be accepted. Household Electronics will be accepted at both events. Saturday, May 18th, at Carhenge, Hazardous Waste will be accepted. Disposal fees may apply.