Born on this day: ANGIE DICKINSON, JOHNNY MATHIS, MARILYN McCOO, BARBARA VOGT, DARLENE FRIEDMAN, DESIREE KOLAR, FELIX SCHEIN, HALEY SHAW, JEFF HOPE, JOANNE JESKE, JOHN BERG, JOHN McGRATH, JUDD HEMAN, LISA FOXWELL, SUSANNAH GREEN, POLLY TOBIN, SEAN WALSH, HEATHER ROSEN, DEBBIE PRINK, MIKE RICH, JOSEPH AVEDISIAN, ART MIRON, MARTINA HINGIS, JENNA ELFMAN, ERIC STOLTZ, HIMAY PALMER and on this date in 1955, James Dean died while driving his 1955 Porsche 550 Spyder
At the Nugget: 7:00pm HUSTLERS (1 hr 50 min R)
KOTO’s Board of Directors will meet today at 5pm, in the Telluride Room at the library. All are welcome.
True North Youth Program is providing an Academic Support program that will run weekly at TMHS library from 3-5pm every Wednesday after school. 'Base Camp' will offer students support with resumes, essays, tutoring needs and more.
The second Original Thinkers festival is this October 3-6. We are looking for volunteers to donate 8 hours of their time in exchange for a weekend pass. Jobs include: Hospitality, Theatre Staff/Operations, Special Events, Food Service, Bartending, Office Support, Rigging/Set-up. Interested participants can submit their availability online at: originalthinkers.com/be-a-volunteer. Tickets are also still available for purchase online originalthinkers.com
Colorado Sierra Club and Sheep Mountain Alliance are hosting a free screening of the film, Reinventing Power, a renewable energy documentary, Monday, October 7th at Jagged Edge. Film starts at 6:30pm.
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.
The GoHaweye Foundation will host Enock Glidden as he shares his incredible journey, living and adventuring with Spina Bifida. Inspired by the loss of his friend, Nick Hall, on Mt Rainier, Enock has made it his mission to live a life of adventure and find ways to achieve his goals. Join Enock at the Telluride Distilling Company, Thursday, October 3rd, as he shares his story and inspiring film "Enock.” There will be a Meet and Greet at 6:30 PM. Presentation at 7 PM, followed by music from Looty Booty and the Telluride Gold Kings! Donations will be accepted at the event. All proceeds will be split between the GoHawkeye Foundation and Enock Glidden. Enock is raising money for his next adventure - Climbing Mt. Ranier.
The 17TH Annual Ouray County Winter Sports Swap will be held Friday, October 11th, 5-8pm and Saturday the 12th, 9am-1pm, at the Ridgway Elementary School. You will be able to purchase your Telluride Ski Resort season passes as well. 15% of all proceeds go toward providing financial assistance to Ouray County youth who wish to pursue outdoor or experiential educational opportunities for personal growth. If you have gear or clothing to sell, you may drop it off at the Ridgway Elementary School between 11:00-4:00 on Friday.
The 4th Annual Heritage Harvest Festival will take place October 12th, at the Nucla Town Park, 11am-4pm. There will be apple variety display, fresh pressed cider, apple pie contest, produce competition/Display, music and MORE! Contact Apple Core Project at 708-3972 or email@example.com for information or a vendor application. If you would like to bring some of your home-grown produce (veggies and/or fruits) for the Heritage Produce Competition, contact CSU Extension at 970-327-4393 or Yvette.Henson@colostate.edu
The Trail Horse Rescue and Dream Catcher Therapy Center are hosting a Casino Night benefit, Saturday, October 5th at the Montrose Pavilion, 6-10pm. Tickets sold at the door or call 323-5400