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Tuesday May 28

Born on this day:  GLADYS KNIGHT, JOHN FOGARTY, JIM THORPE, RUDY GIULIANI, FLETCHER ANDERSON, SHANNON CAMPBELL, PAUL EMERICK, RACHEL GILLETTE,  LINDA KNAPP, JON KOVASH, STEVE KUEHN, GRANT McCARGO, DOUG McLAUGHLIN, PAUL TALMEY,

At the Nugget: 7:00pm  AVENGERS: ENDGAME  (3h 1min   PG-13)

  • The Wilkinson Public Library and Tri-County Health Network will host another meeting of Death Café, a frank and open discussion about death. Tomorrow, May 28th at the Placerville School House, 6pm.

  • The Western Colorado Friends of the Himalayas, the Ridgway/Ouray Community Council and the Ouray Climbers Alliance will host Sir Chris Bonington, world famous mountaineer, for the 50th Anniversary Celebration of the first successful climb of the south face of Annapurna. Tomorrow, May 29th, at 7:00 p.m. in the Ridgway 4H Events Center in Ridgway. Call 970-209-1395 for more information.

  • Join the Telluride Historical Museum in celebrating the opening of their newest exhibit, If These Walls Could Talk: Preservation & Change, Thursday, June 6th, 6-8pm. This is a FREE evening at the museum. All are welcome. The Museum re-opens for the summer season Friday, June 3rd.

  • Palm Arts continues its 2019 Classic Cinema Series, celebrating cult film directors. The summer series begins with Quentin Tarantino’s Pulp Fiction, Friday, June 7th. Admission is FREE with all donations benefit the Palm Arts Programming fund.

  • Registration is open for Tri County Health’s Upcoming course on Adult and Youth Mental Health First Aid. On Friday, May 31st, “Adult Mental Health First Aid” will meet at the Ah Haa School, 9am-5pm. The Adult class provides the skills to help your adult friends, family members and coworkers. To register and to find out more, visit tchnetwork.org or contact 970-708-7096.

  • WIN and Emerge Colorado are hosting a free, one-day workshop in Durango on June 1st for women and non-binary people of the western slope who are interested in learning about running for office. Please sign up in advance by sending an email to joan@joanmay.org

  • Expectant mothers are invited to meet the Telluride Med Center’s Primary Care Team to discuss prenatal and postpartum care, well-child checks and vaccines, altitude guidelines, and more. Mountain Mama 101 takes place June 4th at 500 W. Pacific, 5:30pm-6:30pm. For more information visit tellmed.org or call 970.728.3848.

  • The Town of Telluride is issuing a Spring Flooding Alert. A sudden warm period or heavy rainfall onto the snowpack can cause flooding in town this spring. If you experience bigger puddles than normal during spring runoff, Contact Public Works at (970) 728-8415. If you see water backing up and flooding over the banks of the San Miguel River, Cornet Creek or Butcher Creek, Contact the Marshall’s Department at (970) 728-3818 or (970) 249-9110. If there is a flood event, shelter in place on a second floor. For latest information, sign-up for CodeRED emergency notifications at sanmiguelcountyco.gov/174/Emergency-Management.

  • San Miguel County Emergency Management will have a siren company come Thursday, May 30th, to do a demo on alert sirens. This is just a test demonstration. There is no emergency and no action will need to be taken by the public. You may hear a siren coming from a loudspeaker throughout the day and you will hear a voice over these loudspeakers as well. This is just part of plans for preparedness, alert and warning.

Earlier Event: May 27
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Later Event: May 29
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