Birthdays: SOPHIA LOREN, ANTOINE SAVELLI, ED McCACHION, JEFFREY JONES, JOE BIDWELL, JANE CONLIN, KATHERN AHERN, LEO VAN DER BOSCH, SARAH SPELSBERG, TODD FRUEN, PAULA GONZALES, SUSAN ALTMAN, ANNE MEARA
At the Nugget: 7:00pm IT CHAPTER 2 (2 hr 49 min R)
There will be a silent auction/fundraiser for local Mark Niebruegge (knee-brug-ee) at the Elks, today, 4-8pm, with all proceeds going to Mark’s recovery. The Auction ends at 7pm and there will be music from Sean Deland. You can contact email@example.com or text 312.859.0438 for more information.
The Palm’s Classic Film Series continues with Martin Scorcese’s “After Hours,” Sunday September 22nd. More information at tellurideplam.com.
Tri-County Health Network is proud to bring back the Skippy cavity prevention program into our schools this year. Skippy is a mobile, evidenced based oral health program offered at no out of pocket cost each school year. Students receive a dental exam, cleaning, x-rays, fluoride treatment, protective sealants, and interim therapeutic restorations. Upcoming Skippy clinic dates are as follow: Norwood K-12 on Thursday, September 19th, Naturita Elementary School on Monday, September 23rd, Tuesday, September 24th and Wednesday, September 25th, Nucla Middle and High School Wednesday, October 2nd and Thursday, October 3rd.
San Miguel County Emergency Management will conduct a Wireless Emergency Alert (WEA) test on Thursday, September 26th. The test will take place around mid-day, and is intended to encompass the whole of San Miguel County. WEAs are emergency messages sent by authorized government alerting authorities through your mobile carrier. They are used to alert the public to Extreme weather and other threatening emergencies in your area, including AMBER Alerts and national emergencies. WEA will look like a text message.
The Mountain Sprouts Preschool Fall Fundraiser and Harvest Dinner will take place at La Cocina’s Outdoor Patio. Sunday, October 6th, 3-6pm. For more information you can call 970-708-0182 or email Alicia at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The OPUS Hut Haul Challenge will take place this Saturday, September 21st from 10 am to sunset. Festivities begin at OPUS Hut trailhead on Ophir Pass. It is BYOB. Bring your own bag. You can stuff it, fill your arms, or put a basket on your head. The only rule is: no dragging. Come when you can, haul what you can, have a beer! RSVP to email@example.com.
The Friends of the Library Book Sale begins today and continues through the weekend. Friday and Saturday the sale will take place 10am-6pm and on Sunday, 10am-Noon. You can become a member of FOL by going to www.telluridelibrary.org/fol/.
Rudy Royston and Flatbed Buggy perform at the Palm Theater, Sunday, September 22nd, as part of the Palm’s Summer Jazz series. More information and tickets available at tellurideplam.com.
Rising Appalachia performs tonight and tomorrow at the Sheridan Opera House, 8pm.
The Telluride Education Foundation’s Fall Festival & 5K is coming up on Saturday, September 28th at the TMHS field/TIS gym, 9am-1pm.
Bright Futures is sponsoring a free pediatric first aid/CPR course for parents and babysitters. This Saturday form 9am-2pm at the Telluride Firehouse upstairs training room. Lunch will be provided. To register, please email Clea at firstname.lastname@example.org.