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

The Weekend’s Community Calendars:

Friday, November 21st:

Birthdays for today are: BOB FORSBERG, ELLEN SAMMON, BREMEN SCHMELTZ, ANDREA ALEXANDER, ANN BRADY, STEPHANIE FANOS, MONICA KELLY, KERRI SILVER, DON LaPORTE, CARISSA WODEHOUSE

TONIGHT, Telluride Theatre presents “THE DOWNLOW – an evening of storytelling”.  Taking place at the Fly Me to the Moon Saloon at 8pm, this event is FREE and open to the public (21+ only).  Telluride Theatre MEMBERS & SPONSORS receive RESERVED seats (please claim your seats by 7:45pm)

The Telluride Nordic Center in Town Park opens TOMORROW at 10 am. The Center will have skate and classic skis, boots, and poles for rent as well as ice skates and sleds.  The Telluride Nordic Association Annual Meeting, potluck, and gear swap is Sunday December 7 from 4-7pm at the Ah-Haa School.  Anyone is welcome to come and meet other folks interested in Nordic skiing.  Or, call the Nordic Center at 728-1144 for information on upcoming clinics.

At the Ah Haa School, for ages 16 and up, “Creative Clay for Gift Giving” is a class being offered TOMORROW, from 10am-1pm.  Visit www.ahhaa.org for full information.

Turkey Bingo is back! The Telluride Elks Lodge is continuing its decades-long tradition of a raucously good time TOMORROW NIGHT.  Turkey Bingo for kids is from 3:30pm-5:30pm. Children must be accompanied by an adult, and adults must prove they are accompanying a child. Doors will open for adult Turkey Bingo at 6:30pm. As an added bonus, for those who prefer to leave Turkey Bingo “unmarked,” a Sunday Morning Edition will take place beginning 11:30am this Sunday, November 23rd.  For more information or to sponsor a turkey, please contact the Telluride Elks Lodge at (970) 728-6362.

Join Sheep Mountain Alliance at their Annual Animal Carnival and Auction, Saturday, December 6th at Rustico! Come dressed as your favorite animal. Auction items include: Custom Wagner Skis, New cargo bike from Xtracycle, Gear from Patagonia, Osprey, Marmot, Jagged Edge and Bootdoctors, Festival and event passes, and much more. Come support Sheep Mountain Alliance – Keeping Things Wild! The Annual Sheep Mountain Alliance Animal Carnival and Auction, Saturday December 6th at Rustico, starting at 5:30pm.

Hey Kids! Want to make some extra cash babysitting over the holidays? Sign up for the annual Pediatric First Aid and CPR Training for Teens. Funded by Rotary Club and Wilkinson Public Library. Happening Saturday, December 6th from 9:00-3:00pm. Space is limited. Register at the Wilkinson Public Library Teen Desk.

Telluride Ski Resort and the Telluride Ski and Snowboard Club Present Donation Day!  Kick off the 2014-2015 season next Wednesday, November 26th for Donation Day.  All proceeds benefit Telluride Ski and Snowboard Club. There will be no access from the top of the gondola.  But free hot chocolate, coffee, and donuts will be served by the Telluride Ski and Snowboard Club at the Gondola station in Mountain Village all day.

TONIGHT at the Nugget Theatre, “THE BOOK OF LIFE” (PG) is showing at 5:30pm, and “KILL THE MESSENGER” (R) is playing at 7:30pm.

Saturday, November 22nd:

Birthdays for today are: JOE BARBERI, CHARLIE DeFELECE, DAN WHITTET, DIXON BURDEN, ARLEEN FRIEDMAN, STACY LIDMAN, COLLEEN WHITEMAN, BETH HUGHES, STEVEN VAN ZANDT

Steamboat Springs law enforcement is asking the public to be on the lookout for a black toyota tundra truck –  Colorado license plate, 296  NVH. There may be a male and/or female passenger. They are also looking to locate Page Lamberson Stockdale and Mark Schiebel – Steamboat residents not seen since Tuesday November 18.  Could be anywhere. If spotted, please call:  970-879-1144  immediately.

The Telluride Nordic Center in Town Park opens TODAY at 10 am. The Center will have skate and classic skis, boots, and poles for rent as well as ice skates and sleds.  The Telluride Nordic Association Annual Meeting, potluck, and gear swap is Sunday December 7 from 4-7pm at the Ah-Haa School.  Anyone is welcome to come and meet other folks interested in Nordic skiing.  Or, call the Nordic Center at 728-1144 for information on upcoming clinics. 

Turkey Bingo is back! The Telluride Elks Lodge is continuing its decades-long tradition of a raucously good time TONIGHT.  Turkey Bingo for kids is from 3:30pm-5:30pm. Children must be accompanied by an adult, and adults must prove they are accompanying a child. Doors will open for adult Turkey Bingo at 6:30pm. As an added bonus, for those who prefer to leave Turkey Bingo “unmarked,” a Sunday Morning Edition will take place beginning 11:30am TOMORROW.  For more information contact the Telluride Elks Lodge at (970) 728-6362.

KOTO is also looking for listeners to serve on our Citizen’s Advisory Board.  This board is an advisory board only and its purpose is to discuss programming and gather listener feedback for the betterment of the station.  This board meets quarterly.  The next proposed meeting is Tuesday December 2nd at 5:30pm.  If you would like to become a member of this board please contact ben@koto.org.

Angel Baskets’ Toys for Tickets starts this Monday, November 24th and runs through December 20th.  Pay your parking tickets at the Telluride Marshalls Office with a toy.

TONIGHT at the Nugget Theatre, “THE BOOK OF LIFE” (PG) is showing at 5:30pm, and “KILL THE MESSENGER” (R) is playing at 7:30pm.
Sunday, November 23rd:

Birthdays for today are: SALLI RUSSELL, MARK CARLSON, LAURA COHN, DANA MARKS, JENNIFER STAGG, DANIEL MEASER KANOW

TONIGHT at the Nugget Theatre, “THE BOOK OF LIFE” (PG) is showing at 5:30pm, and then as a benefit for the Telluride Mountain Club, a special showing of “NOLAN’S 14” at 8:00pm

Steamboat Springs law enforcement is asking the public to be on the lookout for a black toyota tundra truck –  Colorado license plate, 296  NVH. There may be a male and/or female passenger. They are also looking to locate Page Lamberson Stockdale and Mark Schiebel – Steamboat residents not seen since Tuesday November 18.  If spotted, please call:  970-879-1144  immediately.

The Telluride Yoga Center is accepting *vendors and artisans* interested in renting space for Noel Night festivities, Wednesday, Dec. 3rd.  Please contact Kristin Taylor at (970) 729-1673 or email: info@tellurideyoga.com for information.

Telluride Ski Resort and the Telluride Ski and Snowbard Club Present Donation Day!  Kick off the 2014-2015 season next Wednesday, November 26th for Donation Day.  All proceeds benefit Telluride Ski and Snowboard Club. There will be no access from the top of the gondola.  But free hot chocolate, coffee, and donuts will be served by the Telluride Ski and Snowboard Club at the Gondola station in Mountain Village all day.

Ready for the annual San Miguel County Thanksgiving morning Turkey Trot this year?  Take a 2 or 4 mile walk/run during this yearly event. Race registration begins Thanksgiving morning at 8:30am and the race start time is 9:30am. The location is on the Illium Valley Road at the intersection of the Sunshine Mesa Road. Registration is free. Prices will be awarded. Free turkey raffle. Wear a costume to make it extra special. For further details, call Nina (970) 728-3844

Yule Nite in Ouray, taking place Saturday, December 6th, is looking for people to be in the Christmas Parade. There will be prizes for “Best in Show”, the Elks will be serving Chili Dinner, there will be free pictures with Santa, a live nativity scene, carolers and more. Interested in being in the Ouray Yule Night Parade? Contact Denise in advance at 325-7371 or email dborg56@gmail.com

KOTO is also looking for listeners to serve on our Citizen’s Advisory Board.  This board is an advisory board only and its purpose is to discuss programming and gather listener feedback for the betterment of the station.  This board meets quarterly.  The next proposed meeting is Tuesday December 2nd at 5:30pm.  If you would like to become a member of this board please contact ben@koto.org.