Today’s Community Calendar

The Community Calendar is read on-the-air multiple times daily.  If you would like to place an entry, please contact corey@koto.org.

The Weekend Community Calendars:

Friday, May 27th:

Birthdays for today are:  BRUCE COCKBURN, RAMSEY LEWIS, LISA LOPES, MATT ELLIOTT, ANTHONY FORREST, MELISSA FRIEDMAN, DAVE HOMER, RICHARD HOUCK, DON SCARMUZZI, MARY VIDMAR, ERIN AMINI,  FLETCHER OTWELL, AARON SMITH

It’s that time again, time for another installment of “THE DOWNLOW: an Evening of Storytelling”.  Join local storytellers as they recount true tales from their lives during this edition of the Downlow with a theme of “Close Calls”.  Taking place this Monday, March 30th at 7pm at the Ah Haa School.  17 and over!

The Telluride Austin Hiett American legion post #12, along with the Telluride Elks lodge #692, invite the public to join their annual flag raising ceremony at the Lone Tree Cemetery in Telluride on Monday, Memorial Day, May 30th, at 11 am. Taps will be played and guest speakers include Mayor of Sawpit Mike Kimball, along with State Representative Don Coram from Montrose. There will also be a BBQ lunch immediately following at the Elks lodge in the Historic Swede Finn Hall. For further information, contact American Legion Commander Brian Ahern 708 1596

The Wilkinson Public Library will be closed all day this Monday, May 30th in observance of Memorial Day.

The Telluride Yoga Center is offering a special class in Universal Yoga with “Mandala Yoga Sequencing”, this Tuesday, May 31st at 5:30pm. Mastery of your entire being is possible through this vital practice called Universal yoga. Find out how.  For more info and to register, visit www.tellurideyoga.com

There is a “San Miguel Energy Forum” taking place next Wednesday, June 1st from 10am – 2pm at the Mountain Village Town Hall.  Open and free to residents and businesses, with lunch sponsored by the San Miguel Power Association.

There is a Cub Scout Pack 500/Boy Scout Troop 500 Meeting next Wednesday, June 1st, 3:30 p.m., Elks Lodge. For more info., please contact Janet Kask at 708-1264.

The Annual Exhibit Opening at the Telluride Historical Museum is happening next Thursday, June 2nd from 6-8pm.  Experience “Treasure Maps: Cartography of the American Southwest” and discover your inner explorer with rare historic maps, artifacts, and hands-on fun.  Complimentary adult refreshements and appetizers, visit www.telluridemuseum.org for full information.

The Southwest Chapter of the Colorado Native Plant Society is offering a botany field trip to Miramonte State Natural Area west of Telluride next Saturday, June 4th from 10am – 4pm. Led by Peggy Lyon, the steward for Miramonte, whose botanical work is well known in Colorado.  The extremely imperiled Cushion Bladderpod and other rare plants will be searched for! This trip is free and open to the public, but participation is limited. Contact John Bregar at johnbregar09@gmail.com for more information and carpooling possibilities.

Saturday, May 28th:

Birthdays for today are:  GLADYS KNIGHT, JOHN FOGERTY, SHANNON CAMPBELL, PAUL EMERICK, RACHEL GILLETTE, LINDA KNAPP, JON KOVASH, STEVE KUEHN, GRANT McCARGO, DOUG McLAUGHLIN, PAUL TALMEY, PAUL EMRICK, JERRY LABONTE

There is a special edition MountainFilm Farmers’ Market taking place TODAY from 1-5pm on Main street.

The Wilkinson Public Library will be closed all day this Monday, May 30th in observance of Memorial Day.

It’s that time again, time for another installment of “THE DOWNLOW: an Evening of Storytelling”.  Join local storytellers as they recount true tales from their lives during this edition of the Downlow with a theme of “Close Calls”.  Taking place this Monday, March 30th at 7pm at the Ah Haa School.  17 and over!

The Telluride Austin Hiett American legion post #12, along with the Telluride Elks lodge #692, invite the public to join their annual flag raising ceremony at the Lone Tree Cemetery in Telluride this Monday, Memorial Day, May 30th, at 11 am. Taps will be played and guest speakers include Mayor of Sawpit Mike Kimball, along with State Representative Don Coram from Montrose. There will also be a BBQ lunch immediately following at the Elks lodge in the Historic Swede Finn Hall. For further information, contact American Legion Commander Brian Ahern 708 1596

The Telluride Yoga Center is offering a special class in Universal Yoga with “Mandala Yoga Sequencing”, this Tuesday, May 31st at 5:30pm. Mastery of your entire being is possible through this vital practice called Universal yoga. Find out how.  For more info and to register, visit www.tellurideyoga.com

There is a “San Miguel Energy Forum” taking place this Wednesday, June 1st from 10am – 2pm at the Mountain Village Town Hall.  Open and free to residents and businesses, with lunch sponsored by the San Miguel Power Association.

There is a Cub Scout Pack 500/Boy Scout Troop 500 Meeting this Wednesday, June 1st, 3:30 p.m., Elks Lodge. For more info., please contact Janet Kask at 708-1264.

The Annual Exhibit Opening at the Telluride Historical Museum is happening this Thursday, June 2nd from 6-8pm.  Experience “Treasure Maps: Cartography of the American Southwest” and discover your inner explorer with rare historic maps, artifacts, and hands-on fun.  Complimentary adult refreshements and appetizers, visit www.telluridemuseum.org for full information.

The Southwest Chapter of the Colorado Native Plant Society is offering a botany field trip to Miramonte State Natural Area west of Telluride next Saturday, June 4th from 10am – 4pm. Led by Peggy Lyon, the steward for Miramonte, whose botanical work is well known in Colorado.  The extremely imperiled Cushion Bladderpod and other rare plants will be searched for! This trip is free and open to the public, but participation is limited. Contact John Bregar at johnbregar09@gmail.com for more information and carpooling possibilities.

Sunday, May 29th:

Birthdays for today are:  MELISSA ETHERIDGE, LATOYA JACKSON, JASON BRINK, JACK EAGLETON, DYLAN HANLEY, ANDREW MONKS, JACK PERA,  & KATIE BELLINGER, DANNY COWLEY, LISA SALLIBY

The Wilkinson Public Library will be closed all day TOMORROW in observance of Memorial Day.

It’s that time again, time for another installment of “THE DOWNLOW: an Evening of Storytelling”.  Join local storytellers as they recount true tales from their lives during this edition of the Downlow with a theme of “Close Calls”.  Taking place TOMORROW NIGHT at 7pm at the Ah Haa School.  17 and over!

The Telluride Austin Hiett American legion post #12, along with the Telluride Elks lodge #692, invite the public to join their annual flag raising ceremony at the Lone Tree Cemetery in Telluride TOMORROW at 11 am. Taps will be played and guest speakers include Mayor of Sawpit Mike Kimball, along with State Representative Don Coram from Montrose. There will also be a BBQ lunch immediately following at the Elks lodge in the Historic Swede Finn Hall. For further information, contact American Legion Commander Brian Ahern 708 1596

The Telluride Yoga Center is offering a special class in Universal Yoga with “Mandala Yoga Sequencing”, this Tuesday, May 31st at 5:30pm. Mastery of your entire being is possible through this vital practice called Universal yoga. Find out how.  For more info and to register, visit www.tellurideyoga.com

There is a “San Miguel Energy Forum” taking place this Wednesday, June 1st from 10am – 2pm at the Mountain Village Town Hall.  Open and free to residents and businesses, with lunch sponsored by the San Miguel Power Association.

There is a Cub Scout Pack 500/Boy Scout Troop 500 Meeting this Wednesday, June 1st, 3:30 p.m., Elks Lodge. For more info., please contact Janet Kask at 708-1264.

The Southwest Chapter of the Colorado Native Plant Society is offering a botany field trip to Miramonte State Natural Area west of Telluride this Saturday, June 4th from 10am – 4pm. Led by Peggy Lyon, the steward for Miramonte, whose botanical work is well known in Colorado.  The extremely imperiled Cushion Bladderpod and other rare plants will be searched for! This trip is free and open to the public, but participation is limited. Contact John Bregar at johnbregar09@gmail.com for more information and carpooling possibilities.

Do you live in a far, far-away land?  Are you just visiting?  Do you have a tough time at home getting KOTO on the FM radio?  Do you not own an FM radio?  Well, good news: KOTO has just recently improved our internet stream sound quality!  So, when you get home to East Winchentuckyshire, plug www.koto.org in to your address bar and enjoy the great new sounds of KOTO on the web.

Monday, May 30th:

Birthdays for today are:  BENNY GOODMAN, LISA KUDROW, ERIC MOSHER, WYNONNA JUDD, SCOUT FRANKLIN, TED FARIS

The Telluride Austin Hiett American legion post #12, along with the Telluride Elks lodge #692, invite the public to join their annual flag raising ceremony at the Lone Tree Cemetery in Telluride TODAY at 11 am. Taps will be played and guest speakers include Mayor of Sawpit Mike Kimball, along with State Representative Don Coram from Montrose. There will also be a BBQ lunch immediately following at the Elks lodge in the Historic Swede Finn Hall. For further information, contact American Legion Commander Brian Ahern 708 1596.

It’s that time again, time for another installment of “THE DOWNLOW: an Evening of Storytelling”.  Join local storytellers as they recount true tales from their lives during this edition of the Downlow with a theme of “Close Calls”.  Taking place TONIGHT at 7pm at the Ah Haa School.  17 and over!

The Telluride Yoga Center is offering a special class in Universal Yoga with “Mandala Yoga Sequencing”, TOMORROW at 5:30pm. Mastery of your entire being is possible through this vital practice called Universal yoga. Find out how.  For more info and to register, visit www.tellurideyoga.com

There is a “San Miguel Energy Forum” taking place this Wednesday, June 1st from 10am – 2pm at the Mountain Village Town Hall.  Open and free to residents and businesses, with lunch sponsored by the San Miguel Power Association.

There is a Cub Scout Pack 500/Boy Scout Troop 500 Meeting this Wednesday, June 1st, 3:30 p.m., Elks Lodge. For more info., please contact Janet Kask at 708-1264.

The Southwest Chapter of the Colorado Native Plant Society is offering a botany field trip to Miramonte State Natural Area west of Telluride this Saturday, June 4th from 10am – 4pm. Led by Peggy Lyon, the steward for Miramonte, whose botanical work is well known in Colorado.  The extremely imperiled Cushion Bladderpod and other rare plants will be searched for! This trip is free and open to the public, but participation is limited. Contact John Bregar at johnbregar09@gmail.com for more information and carpooling possibilities.

Do you live in a far, far-away land?  Are you just visiting?  Do you have a tough time at home getting KOTO on the FM radio?  Do you not own an FM radio?  Well, good news: KOTO has just recently improved our internet stream sound quality!  So, when you get home to East Winchentuckyshire, plug www.koto.org in to your address bar and enjoy the great new sounds of KOTO on the web.