Born on this day: DIRK DePATGER, TOOTIE McNAIR LYNTON MOORE, MARGO POPE, MIRANDA SMITH, LISA POWELL, DONNA CLARK, GEORGE HARVEY, SHERI MAHONEY, RONNIE WRIGHT, LAY BROWNING, PETER JENNINGS, LONI ANDERSON, ZELLA HANSON, ELIZABETH DOLE, MARTINA McBRIDE, KIM THORNTON, KATHY GOODWIN MAHONEY, JULIE VANEENENAAM
At the Nugget: 5:30pm & 8pm SPIDER-MAN: FAR FROM HOME (2h 9min PG-13)
Join the Telluride Historical Museum for a free family night, featuring interactive stations focused on building and construction to help highlight our newest exhibit, If These Walls Could Talk: Preservation & Change. Tonight, 5:30pm.
The Black Lilies perform at the Sherbino Theater tonight, 7:30pm.
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 firstname.lastname@example.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. The auction ends September 15th!
One to One Youth Mentoring’s 10th Annual Top Chef and Taste of Telluride Competition takes place Thursday, August 8th, 5:30-9pm at the Peaks Resort. Tickets available at onetoonetelluride.org or call 970-728-0885.
On Tuesday July 30th, the public is invited to a Community Open House at the Telluride Fire Station Training Room, (131 W. Columbia). A community discussion about planning opportunities and community needs for town-owned parcels in the Southwest Neighborhood will take place. 6-8pm.
KOTO’s Annual Duck Race is coming up on August 2nd! We will be selling ducks at the community table on Main St. (on the corner of Pine and Colorado). Support local radio and win great prizes that have been donated by local businesses!
Ouray County Planning Commission, and the US Forest Service are pleased to bring the Era of Megafires to the Sherbino Theater, Tuesday, July 30th. Doors at 6:30 pm, Movie at 7:00 pm, followed by discussion. This is a free event.
The final installment of Rabbi Terry Bookman’s talks, Session Four: Modernity and Post-Modernity, will take place Tuesday, July 30th. All sessions will be held at 15 Stonegate Drive, Mountain Village from 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm. The course is FREE. RSVP to email@example.com.
Telluride Science Research Center’s Town Talk series continues with “What Flies Can Teach Us About Our Kidneys.” At the Telluride Conference Center, 6:30pm, Tuesday, July 30th.
The Town of Mountain Village invites Village Court Apartments (VCA) residents and the Mountain Village community at large to help clean up the grounds of VCA. Thursday, August 1st, 9 a.m.-11 a.m.
MET at the Palm presents Aida, tonight, 6-9:30pm.
The CSU Extension Office is offering a Native Plant Field Trip- featuring subalpine meadow and forest plants at 10,000ft. Thursday August, 8th, 9am-4pm. Registration for the trip ends Tuesday August 6th. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 970.327.4393 to register.
John Dickinson of Southwest Life & Wealth will be offering a series of free financial talks. The first meeting is Tuesday, July 30th, at 5:30 pm, at 202 Society Drive Unit A in Lawson Hill. A short presentation about Cash Flow, will be followed by an Open-Forum Q&A to discuss all aspects of Finance. Please email email@example.com, for more information.