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Tuesday July 30

Born on this day: RICKY DENESIK, DAVID PAGE, DAN CHANCELLOR, MIKE KIMMEL, ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER, DELTA BURKE, PAUL BURKE,  ED “KOOKIE” BURNS, KATE BUSH, ASCENZO DiGIACOMO, STEVEN ALLEN,  PETER BOGDANOVICH, HENRY FORD, MARY CHANCELLOR

At the Nugget:  5:30pm & 8pm   SPIDER-MAN: FAR FROM HOME (2h 9min PG-13)

  • The final installment of Rabbi Terry Bookman’s talks, Session Four: Modernity and Post-Modernity, will take place tonight. 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.

  • The Mountain Village Police Department and Village Court Apartments are hosting the eighth annual National Night Out Tuesday, August 6 from 5 to 8 p.m. The entire community is invited to join police and fire department teams at the Village Court Apartments (415 Mountain Village Blvd.) for a free BBQ, ice cream social, dunk tank, bouncy castle and tours of police cars, fire trucks and an ambulance.  For more event information, contact the Mountain Village Police Department at 970.728.9281.

  • There will be a special meeting of the KOTO board of directors to discuss personnel matters and contracts on Friday, August 2nd, at 11am in the Wilkinson Library.

  • Ouray County Planning Commission, and the US Forest Service are pleased to bring the Era of Megafires to the Sherbino Theater, tonight. Doors at 6:30 pm, Movie at 7:00 pm, followed by discussion. This is a free event.

  • 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. Tonight, 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!

  • Tri-County Health Network will host “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 final gathering in this series will be August 6th, 6:00 pm at Placerville School House. For more information about these events, please contact Ramsey at 360-477-9889.

  • 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, tonight.

  • The Town of Mountain Village invites Village Court Apartments (VCA) residents and the Mountain Village community to help clean up the grounds of VCA. Thursday, August 1st, 9 a.m.-11 a.m.

  • John Dickinson of Southwest Life & Wealth will be offering a series of free financial talks. The first meeting is tonight, 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 southwestlifewealth@gmail.com, for more information.

  • The Palm Telluride Summer Jazz Series continues on August 14th with New Standards fronted by the multi talented composer and bandleader Peter John Stoltzman. His latest project New Standards features the Natalie Cressman, of the Trey Anastasio Band.

Earlier Event: July 29
Monday July 29
Later Event: July 31
Wednesday, July 31