Born on this day: GEORGE LUCAS, ROBERT ZEMECKIS, DAVID BYRNE, WENDY CRANK, BRETT McMILLEN, SALLY WHITING, LYNDA TUELLER, HAROLD GRAHAM, MARIANA BROTMAN, JIM PHELPS, CATE BLANCHETT, BRENDAN CLARK, BOBBY RYDELL, JACK BRUCE, WILLS ARCHER
At the Nugget: 6:00pm DUMBO (1h 52min PG)
Palm Arts and the Telluride Film Festival present the Best of the 35th Chicago International Children's Film Festival. Today at 2:15pm at the Palm Theater.
Age-specific Parenting Workshops will be offered throughout the Month of May. Every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, 5:30-7pm. This week’s sessions will discuss Mental Health. Today, Tuesday, May 14th, parents with children grades 3-6 will meet at the Ah Haa School. On Wednesday, May 15th, parents of children grades K-2 will meet at the Elementary School. On Thursday, May 16th, 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
CPR World is offering First Aid and CPR/AED training today, May 14th, 5:00-9:30pm at the Telluride Firehouse. Learn how to provide high-quality CPR and operate the Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) stationed around Telluride, Mountain Village, and San Miguel County until additional help arrives. Text or call Kevin at 729-2779 for more information.
Tri-County Health Network will host a talk on Suicide: Prevention, Aftermath and Healing. Kristina Daniel, LPC, ADS, will be speaking about suicide in our communities, how to help our communities heal and how to recognize the warning signs and help others. She will also provide information and offer a free session of Auricular Acudetox, which has been shown to reduce anxiety, improve sleep, and reduce depressive symptoms. Join TCH Network and Daniel today at the Ah Haa School, 11:00am-1:30pm.
Spanish Happy Hour @ Esperanza's is Thursday, May 16th at 5:00 pm. Practice Spanish with Jill and Gloria from the library and other Spanish speakers from the community. All levels are welcome!
The 6th Annual Telluride Literary Arts Festival is this weekend, May 17-19. For the complete 2019 LitFest schedule and presenter bios, visit www.telluridelitfest.weebly.com
The Telluride Foundation’s Sustainability Initiative will facilitate a community discussion on sustainability and food, Thursday May 16th, at the Black Box Theater, 5:30-7:30pm. There will be a film screening of “How We Grow,” followed by a panel discussion featuring Tri-County Health, Vicki’s Fresh Food Movement, the Fresh Food Hub of Norwood, and more.
Telluride Adaptive Sports Program is looking for volunteers for the summer season. As a non-profit, we offer outdoor recreation to individuals living with disabilities. For more information, please attend a quick informational meeting at the Telluride Library in the Telluride Room on Wednesday, May 22nd at 5pm. You may also call 970-728-2443 or email m.miller@TellurideAdaptiveSports.org for more info.
The Regional Spring Clean-up in Telluride is this Friday and Saturday. Located at the Carhenge parking lot. General spring clean-up will be offered May 17th, 10am – 4pm, and May 18th, 9am – 4pm. Electronics will be accepted May 17th, 12pm – 4pm and May 18th, 9am – 1pm. Household hazardous waste disposal will be accepted May 18th 9am – 1pm ONLY. Please visit www.sanmiguelco.gov or contact email@example.com for more information and a list of accepted refuse and fees. If you are interested in volunteering for this event, please contact Cathy at firstname.lastname@example.org or 970-728-2177.
The public is invited to a free screening of “Hippie Family Values,” an intimate chronicle of hippie elders and their adult children, filmed over a 10-year period at a communal ranch in New Mexico. The documentary will be followed by discussion with filmmaker Beverly Seckinger and film participants Dulcie Clarkson Ford, Charris Ford, and Kate Brown. Wednesday, May 15th at 6:00 pm, at the WPL.