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Sunday September 22

 

Birthdays:   CHRIS ALLEN, KAREN WILSON, DOUG ALLEE, LEILA KNOX, LYNDON BRAY,  SERGIO VERDUZCO, SHANNON WATSON,  GLENN BECKER, BILL MASON, JOAN JETT, SHARI BELAFONTE HARPER,

At the Nugget:  7:00pm  IT CHAPTER 2 (2 hr 49 min R)

 

  • The Town of Telluride’s Commission for Community Assistance, Arts and Special Events (CCAASE), is accepting applications for 2020 funding. Grant guidelines and applications are available at https://telluride.gosmart.org/. All grant applications are due by midnight, tomorrow.

  • Rudy Royston and Flatbed Buggy perform at the Palm Theater, tonight as part of the Palm’s Summer Jazz series. More information and tickets available at tellurideplam.com.

  • Registration is now open for "Presentation & Performance," a 2-day intensive with writer Craig Childs and actor and theater teacher Colin Sullivan at Million Miles Away Writing Workshops & Retreats in Norwood on September 28th and 29th. For more information, check the Million Miles Away Facebook page or shoot an email to millionmilesawaynorwood@gmail.com.

  • September is Suicide Prevention Month. The Wilkinson Library will host a free screening of The S Word, a documentary about suicide and the silence that surrounds it, tomorrow, 6pm. On Tuesday, Sept. 24th The S Word will screen at the Norwood Public Library, 6-8pm. On Sunday, September 29th, join the community for the Out of the Darkness Suicide Prevention Walk. Meet in Telluride Town Park at 9:00am.

  • The Telluride Choral Society invites you to join them for Wintersing 2019, “Light of the Season!” Student choirs will begin to meet Monday September 30th and Tuesday, October 1st.  The adult Chorale, for all singers, starts Wednesday, Oct. 2nd. Performances will take place in mid-December. To register and get more information please call Rhonda at 970.729.0082 or go to telluridechoralsociety.org.

  • Tri-County Health Network is proud to bring back the Skippy cavity prevention program to our schools this year. Skippy is a mobile, evidenced based oral health program offered at no 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: 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.

  • Rise Up for Rasta Stevie. Rasta Stevie has been on a year-long battle with cancer and is asking the Telluride community for support. On Friday, September 27th there will be a silent auction and raffle at the Sheridan Opera House, 6-7pm, followed by music from Dandylion, Sean Deland, Koral Delatierra of Niceness and many more, till’ midnight. You can find out more about Rasta Stevie’s journey at his gofundme page: rasta-stevie039s-cancer-treatment-fund. Tickets available at sheridanoperahouse.com. All proceeds will go to Rasta Stevie’s treatment fund.

  • On Saturday, September 28th, Join Juanita Ramsey for a free one day symposium on Cultivating Quality of Life by attending to issues surrounding death and dying. 10am-4pm at Christ Presbyterian Church.

  • The Mountain Village Police Department will host Coffee with a Cop on Wednesday, Oct. 2nd from 9 to 11 a.m. at Starbucks in Mountain Village Center. Coffee with a Cop is a nationwide initiative designed to offer an informal, neutral space for community and law enforcement to come together to discuss issues, build relationships and share a cup of coffee. All community members are invited to attend to meet Mountain Village Police Department officers and enjoy complimentary coffee.

  • On Tuesday, September 24th, the public is invited to a free screening of Kubo and the Two Strings, at the Palm Theater. 2:15pm.

Earlier Event: September 21
Saturday September 21
Later Event: September 23
Monday September 23