Born on this day: DENIECE WILLIAMS, SUZI QUATRO, TONY CURTIS, CHUCK BARRIS, SANDRA BOWES, JASON KNIGHT, JILL MATTIOLI, DAVID GLYNN, PAM McCREEDY, ANTON VIDITZ-WARD, RITA ROBINSON-RAPP, MIKE RAMSEY, GLORIA TRIPP, JOSEPHINE BAKER, CURTIS MAYFIELD, JOE POWELL & MICHAEL LEE
At the Nugget: 7:00pm LONG SHOT (2h 5min R)
SMRHA is hosting Lottery Information Discussions. Learn about the Town of Telluride’s Lottery Process. There will be a Spanish Interpreter at Every Meeting. The next meeting is tonight, 5-6pm in the Telluride Room at the WPL. –THIS MEETING AND THE JUNE 6TH MEETING HAVE BEEN POSTPONED-
Wild West Fest begins today and continues through June 7th. More information and complete schedule available at sheridanoperahouse.com.
The Wilkinson Public Library, Between the Covers, and the Sheep Mountain Alliance will host author Heather Hansman, who will be reading from and presenting on her book, Downriver: Into the Future of Water in the West. Tonight at 6pm.
Original Thinkers will host a free screening of “Running with Beto,” followed by a conversation with director David Modigliani. June 6th at the Nugget Theater. Film at 8pm.
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 tomorrow at 500 W. Pacific, 5:30pm-6:30pm. For more information visit tellmed.org or call 970.728.3848.
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.
The Wilkinson Library will moderate a candidate forum for the Mountain Village Town Council election tomorrow, June 4th, at the Mountain Village Town Hall, (above the Market at Mtn. Village). There will be a mixer at 5:15pm and the forum begins at 6pm.
The Telluride Historical Museum will open for the summer season today. Enjoy a free evening, June 6th, as they celebrate their new exhibit, If These Walls Could Talk: Preservation & Change, Thursday, 6-8pm. All are welcome.
Tickets are available for purchase for the 27th Annual Ah Haa Art Auction. The Auction takes place July 19th, at the depot. Head to ahhaa.org or call (970) 728-3886 to purchase VIP seated tickets.
This Sunday, June 9, the Rico Trails Alliance will be conducting a post-winter clearing, cleaning, and repairs to the Salt Creek Trail. Meet at the Salt Creek Trailhead at 9am. Work will go until 3pm. Please wear LONG PANTS, sturdy hiking or work boots (absolutely no open toed shoes or shorts permitted) and work gloves (if you have them). Training and tools will be provided. More information can be found at www.ricotrailsalliance.org
Kirk Drogsvold performs tonight at the Village Table, 6-9pm.