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Monday July 15

Born on this day: LINDA RONSTADT, JAN MICHAEL-VINCENT, BRIGETTE NEILSON, KIM ALEXIS, CLIVE CUSSLER, GABY ANSTEY, GINNY FRASER, JIM RUSSELL, KIM SEAWELL, KELLY WAGNER, BROOKE CROSBY, JULIE MIDDLEBROOKS, STEVEN YAHN, FOREST WHITAKER, REMBRANDT VAN RUN, MOTHER CABRINI

At the Nugget:  5:30pm & 7:30pm  TOY STORY 4 (1h 40min  G)

 

  • Telluride Theater’s Shakespeare in the Park brings you performances of the Tempest, July 20th-28th. Tickets are available at telluridetheater.org

  • The Progressive Women’s Caucus of the San Juan’s thinks you should run for office! Women and non-binary people are invited to join the PWC today, 5:30-7:30pm at 216 Colorado Ave. Learn details about regional elected offices, tactics for effective campaigns, and hear from current women leaders about their experiences in office. Interpretation services will be available. For more info email progressivewomen.sanjuans@gmail.com or call 720-333-9188

  • Own a piece of history! KOTO is auctioning a one-of-a-kind guitar, crafted from a piece of the original Fred Shellman Memorial Stage. The KOTOcaster is a semi hollow body, single pickup electric guitar, made from 30-year-old historic pine. Call the KOTO office at 970-728-4334 or email heidi@koto.org to place your bid and support your favorite radio station. For more information on the guitar, call Tom and Warren at Telluride Music Company at 970-728-9592.

  • Tri-County Health Network will host 3 upcoming “Death Café” gatherings aimed at creating a space for community members to share their personal experiences with death and to explore aspects of dying—from practical insights into end of life care and legal documents, to caregiving and grieving. Led by Juanita Ramsey. The first gathering takes place tonight, 6:00 pm at Lone Cone Library, in Norwood. For more information about these events, please contact Ramsey at 360-477-9889.

  • The Palm Telluride Summer Jazz Series begins with the musical visionaries Carisma de Venus, who are travelling from the rain forests of Costa Rica to the United States for the first time to share their unique music with Telluride. Tomorrow, July 16th, 7:30-9pm. Tickets available at telluridepalm.com.

  • Join Tri-County Health Network and Wilkinson Public Library for a free community meal and conversation on how immigration impacts our community. Tomorrow in the Program Room, 5:30-8:30pm. Childcare and interpretation provided! More information available at tchnetwork.org

  • Cashmere RED will host world-renowned jewelry designer Simon Alcantara, Thursday, July 18th, 4-6 pm. Explore Alcantara's newest unreleased collection and learn about his magical handmade process. 

  • The Bow Wow Film Festival, a benefit for the Second Chance Humane Society, will happen July 21st at the Sheridan Opera House. Films begin at 5pm. Tickets and trailers can be found at bowwowfilmfestival.com.

  • Session two of Rabbi Terry Bookman’s series of talks will take place tomorrow, July 16th. The topic will be From Temple to Synagogue. All sessions will be held at 15 Stonegate Drive, Mountain Village from 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm.  The course is FREE.  RSVP to tuvyah@eitzah.org.

  • Jackson Emmer performs at the Sheridan SHOW Bar tomorrow night, 8pm.

  • Tickets are available for Trout Unlimited’s annual fundraiser, Trout-A-Palooza. For info and reservations, call Telluride Outside at 728-3895. Tickets will also be available at the door. The fundraiser takes place Thursday, July 25th, 6-8pm.

Earlier Event: July 14
Sunday July 14
Later Event: July 16
Tuesday July 16