Today’s Community Calendar

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

Monday, July 28th:

Birthdays for today are : TARA BREED, STACY BUDNICK, JEFFREY LUSK, LINDSEY WALKER, GIL BUSMANTE, MARTHA LENIHAN, JOANN ROTE, SANDY ZUEHLKE, JAY SIMON, FRANNY COHN, JOHN DANA, RUDY VALEE, TYLER SCHULTZ, & ERIC WATKINS 

TONIGHT at the Nugget Theatre, “TAMMY”  is having two showings: 5:30 and 7:30pm. 

The Annual KOTO Duck Race is this Friday, August 1st!  Prizes, Prizes, Prizes, including a Telluride Ski Resort Season Pass, an hour-long glider ride with Glider Bob, a Jazz Fest Weekend Pass, gift certificates galore…  and many, many more.  Stop by KOTO on Monday or look for Ben on Main Street to get your ducks for the KOTO Duck Race, this Friday, August 1st!

Stop by Needle Rock Fiber Arts for one of the LAST “Knit Nites” ever at the shop. Happening TOMORROW night from 7-9 pm.  Always free, always a good time.

TOMORROW night, there is a FREE live rock n’ roll show at O’Bannon’s Irish Pub starting at 9:30pm and going all evening. Featuring local bands Zoo X-Ray and Roxy Cox.

Telluride Science Research Center Town Talks continue TOMORROW night.  This Tuesday, the program is “Charting a Path to a Less Warm Future” with Paul B. Shepson, Professor of Analytical and Atmospheric Chemistry, Purdue University. There will be a “Meet the Scientists” gathering from 5:15-6pm, preceding the lecture/discussion at 6pm.  Taking place at the Telluride Conference Center.

Sheridan Arts Foundation and Telluride Ski Resort present reggae legend Jimmy Cliff in concert, this Wednesday, July 30th at the Telluride Conference Center.  For tickets visit www.sheridanoperahouse.com

The Tri-County Health Network is offering free Heart Health Screenings. Screenings take 25-35 minutes and include measurement of cholesterol, blood glucose, blood pressure, body mass index (BMI) and more.  Happening from 10:15am-5pm, at the Wilkinson Library, this Wednesday, July 30th.

The Telluride Mountain Club invites Members and aspiring Members to celebrate the awe and glory and freedom of Bear Creek this Thursday, July 31st.  There will be beer, burgers and brats, and live music from Bonewagon. This event is free for members, or get a Special Party Membership which includes year-long membership, and the beer and the food. 6pm at the Bra Tent in Town Park, this Thursday, July 31st.

The film “THE GIRLS IN THE BAND” tells the poignant, untold stories of female jazz and big band instrumentalists and their fascinating, groundbreaking journeys from the late 20′s to the present day.  Experience “THE GIRLS IN THE BAND” this Thursday, July 31st at the Palm Theatre, a fundraiser for the San Miguel Resource Center.  At 7:30pm, there will be a brief performance by the “Young Razzcals Jazz Project,” courtesy of the Telluride Jazz Festival, followed by a screening of the film.