Born on this day: RITA COOLIDGE, JUDY COLLINS, BATMAN, JOHN ROSENBERG, KATHY BRASINGTON, ROY CONOVITZ, JODIE SHIKE, KIM BUNKER, SHERRY NELSON, LINDA GAULKE, LAWRENCE SCANLON, STACY STRICKLIN, AMY DRYDEN, PHAEDRA ELLIOTT, TAMMY JIVERY, GINGER McCLELLAN, KELLY McDANIEL, NATHAN PRENDERGAST, PAUL TRULOCK,
At the Nugget: 7:00pm THE AFTERMATH (1h 48min R)
Talking Gourds Poetry will host Naturalist Kathleen Cain of Denver. Today, The Wilkinson Public Library will host Cain at a free Walk ‘n Talk, today, May 1st from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. This month’s theme is trees/cottonwoods.
SMPA is scheduling 3 electrical equipment upgrade projects during the first 2 weeks of May. This work requires multiple power outages. The first outage is scheduled for today, May 1st, 8:30am-12:30pm and will affect the south side of Colorado Ave. and the north and south sides of Pacific Ave. between Oak and Aspen. The second outage will be May 7th, 8:30am-5:30pm and will effect the south side of Colorado Ave and the north side of Pacific, between Fir and Pine St. The final outage is scheduled for May 8th, 8:30am-12:30pm. This will affect the north side of Colorado between S. Oak and S. Fir St. More information can be found at smpa.com.
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.
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.
Plant Healthy Telluride would like to let everyone know that the Food Revolution Summit has started and runs through May 5th. It features 25 trusted authorities on food & health. Each day offers 3 audio recorded talks in the morning and will be available for replay for the next 24hrs on-line. For more information, to sign-up and listen to the talks, head to www.foodrevolutionsummit.org.
CCAASE is now accepting online applications for calendar dates for 2020. Applications can be found on the Town of Telluride’s website and are due by 5pm on May 10th. Call (970) 728-2059 or email email@example.com with any questions.
Age-specific Parenting Workshops will be offered throughout the Month of May. Every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, 5:30-7pm. Parents are invited to attend workshops discussing Setting Boundaries, Mental Health and Drugs and Alcohol. The sessions are age specific. On Tuesday, parents with children grades 3-6 will meet at the Ah Haa School. On Wednesdays, parents of children grades K-2 will meet at the Elementary School. On Thursdays, parents with middle school and high schoolers will meet at the Ah Haa School. For more information contact Clea Willow at 970.728.5613 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Open Bard Poetry Reading at the Sherbino Theater presents Sandra Dorr of Grand Junction tomorrow, May 2nd, at 6:30pm.