Born on this day: PAUL HARVEY, TOM WATSON, MITZI GAYNOR, DON CONOVER, DON LUNDBERG, LIZ KNIGHT, JACKIE KENNEFICK, JOHN SIMONE, WAYNE LOVEJOY, IONE SKYE, MIKE PAIZZA, DAMON WAYONS,
At the Nugget: 6:00 PM Family Romance LLC (89min)
8:00 PM Lyrebird (117min)
At the Palm: 6:00 PM The Report (120min)
8:15:00 PM Waves (135min)
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, September 23rd. There will be a Mandatory Grant Forum for all new applicants which have not applied in the past two years today at noon in Rebekah Hall. This meeting is also highly recommended for new grant writers and/or staff, as the application process has changed since the last grant cycle.
The Telluride Historical Museum and the Lone Tree Cemetery will co-host Remembrance Day, this Friday at the cemetery, 4-6pm. Local historians will be on-hand to tell the stories of the people who are laid to rest there. Donations will be accepted at the Colorado Ave entrance or the east gate at Columbia Ave.
Free legal help at the library will be available Wednesday, September 11th, 2-5pm. Sign up is required. Call 970-728-4519 to sign up for a 15 minute appointment.
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.
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.
Strong Start Strong Community invite the public to join them for a community discussion on the challenges of infant care. Monday, September 9th, 6pm-8pm at the Ah Haa School. Dinner, Spanish Translation and Childcare will be provided. Please RSVP to Mara MacDonell at 728-5613 or email@example.com
SMART, the San Miguel Authority for Regional Transportation, will be holding community open houses throughout the region to discuss its Strategic Operating Plan project and potential service changes. The sessions will be held today in Norwood, and September 5th in Rico. For details on locations and times please visit www.smarttelluride.com and click on the “What’s New” tab.”
CSU Extension classes are offering Summer/Fall Food Preservation classes. At the Norwood Library, Thursday September 5th, 6-9pm. They are also offering a class/field day on Native Fruit and Nuts. September 9th and 10th. Register for either by calling 970.327.4393.
KOTO’s Fall Fundraising ends this Friday, September 6th! We will be hosting a vinyl sale in our driveway, with everything priced to sell! Stop by the purple house on pine. We’ll have the grill going, beers chilling and tunes spinning. 10am-5pm.
KOTO’s 3rd Annual Street Dance is Saturday, September 7th, featuring Futurebirds from Athens, GA and Telluride’s own Lavalanche! We need volunteers to make this event a success! Head to koto.org to see available shifts and sign-up! All volunteers will get 2 free drinks!