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Wednesday July 3

Born on this day: TOM CRUISE, JOHNNY LEE, LAURA BRANIGAN, TAYLOR DAYNE, PETE FOUNTAIN, ANGELA MALLARD, ALBERT ALDASARO, KATHY RANSOM, JOYCE ALLRED, SCOTT WELLS, MONTEL WILLIAMS & VICTORIA IRWIN, JULIA CAULFIELD

At the Nugget:   5:30pm & 7:30pm  THE SECRET LIFE OF PETS 2 (1h 26min   PG)

 

  • Telluride’s Fourth of July celebration will take place tomorrow! The parade will begin at 11am followed by the firefighters BBQ in Town Park, noon-4pm. The Telluride Historical Museum will be offering root beer floats and free entry to the museum 12:30-2:30pm. Fireworks from Town Park will take place at dark.

  • Telluride Arts has acquired the Transfer Warehouse and they’re ready to celebrate! Tonight, 10-12pm at the Warehouse. Featuring live music by Lavalanche, a Digital Media Installation and the Name a Stone Campaign! This is a free event for the public!

  • The Artists of Rico will be showing their work the week of July 4th at the Mercantile building on Main Street, in Rico. All are welcome to attend. The show will be open today-12-6pm, tomorrow 10am-6pm and Friday 12-6pm, with the possibility of some hours on Saturday and Sunday.

  • Original Thinkers will screen a series of short films with big ideas, Sunday July 7th, at the Nugget Theater. Films begin at 8pm. There will be a post-screening gathering at Ghost Town, where the public is invited to partake in finger foods, cocktails and conversation.

  • On Friday July 5th, Between the Covers and the Telluride Historical Museum will celebrate the 50th anniversary release of the book, Tomboy Bride, with refreshments, readings, and special guests. Stop by the Museum at 3pm to meet Tomboy Brides grandson, Rob Walton, as well as award-winning Colorado Author Pam Houston who wrote the foreword.

  • Movies Under the Stars presents the Sandlot, tomorrow and Lemony Snicket, Saturday, July 6th. Movies begin at 8:45 p.m. in the Reflection Plaza.

  • Join Somos Uno and the Progressive Women's Caucus in the 4th of July parade in a patriotic show of dissent against family separation at our borders. You are invited to march in solidarity with those who have fled violence in their own countries and are now inhumanely held in detention centers. Posters and banners will be provided, but making your own is encouraged, too. Meet at the corner of Townsend and Colorado at 10:30am on July 4th. Call 708-0524 for more information.

  • San Miguel County needs your input! All Placerville and Down Valley homeowners will receive a survey in the mail soon, concerning water and sewer services. Please fill out and return the survey by today. More information available at sanmiguelcountyco.gov.

  • The newly constructed Telluride Bike Park will open for the season, Friday, July 5th.

  • The Sunset Concert Series presents a Red White & Blues Celebration featuring Lawrence. Tonight, 6-8pm. Tomorrow, the celebrations continue with Local Bands and DJ Kat V.  

  • 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. The current bid sits at $750.

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