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 Community Calendar

Saturday, September 20th:

Birthdays for today are : ANTOINE SAVELLI, JEFFREY JONES, JOE BIDWELL, JANE CONLIN, LEO VAN DER BOSCH, SARAH SPELSBERG, TODD FRUEN, PAULA GONZALES, SUSAN ALTMAN

TONIGHT at the Nugget Theatre,“THE HUNDRED FOOT JOURNEY” (PG) is showing at 5:30pm and “TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES” (PG-13)  is playing at 8:00pm.

Take part in “Going Out Going In: A Five-Day Art & Writing Retreat for Women” with Brucie Holler & Rosemerry Wahtola Trommer.  Taking place Monday through Friday this week at the Ah Haa School.  Visit ahhaa.org for more information and to sign up.

The 3rd Annual Telluride Barbeque Festival continues TODAY and TOMORROW in Mountain Village Heritage Plaza.  Food and drink all weekend from 11am-6pm. Live music from noon – 4:30pm on Saturday.  Ride the mechanical bull for FREE all weekend!

The Ridgway Fall Festival is taking place in Ridgway’s Hartwell Park TODAY from 2pm-7pm. Enjoy brews from five local breweries and take advantage of your last opportunity of the season to enjoy music on Ridgway’s stage. All proceeds benefit the creation of Ridgway’s new trail system.

The Friends of the Library continues their annual book sale TODAY, from 10 am -6 pm in the program room at Wilkinson Public Library.  This always much anticipated book sale has great deals and you are bound to find a treasure!  Remember, kids get one free children’s book on Saturday!  To volunteer at the sale, contact Nancy Landau at nancylandau@hotmail.com.

From now until TOMORROW, get $100 off when you register for Screenwriters in the Sky.  Visit www.screenwritersinthesky.org to sign up and take advantage of this discount and great opportunity for aspiring screenwriters.

The San Miguel Educational Fund is seeking board of director candidates to fill 4 vacant seats for a 2 year commitment.  If your are interested in serving as a board member for your community radio station please submit your letter of intent by 5 p.m. October 15, 2014 to Dina Coates Koebler via email at dina@koto.org, in person at 207 N Pine Street or mailed to KOTO PO Box 1069 Telluride.

Basic First Aid with Adult/Child CPR & AED is being offered in Telluride this Monday, September 22nd, from 5:30-9:30pm. Please contact Kevin at 729-2779 for more information.

Telluride Youth Hockey registration is now available online or at the Parks and Rec Department.  The registration deadline is October 13th.  Adult Hockey registration will begin Friday, Sept 26th.

Kari Schleher, laboratory director at the Crow Canyon Archaeological Center, will share her expertise in two events sponsored by the Telluride History Museum. At 6 p.m. this Monday, Sept. 22, Schleher will present “The Archaeology of Pueblo Pottery: A History of Ancestral Pueblo Pottery Studies in the Southwest” at the Wilkinson Library in Telluride. This is free and open to the public.  Then, during a day program at Crow Canyon on Friday, Sept. 26, Schleher will lead participants deeper into that topic, with a tour of the great kiva at the Crow Canyon’s current excavation, the Dillard site, and more.  For more information or to register for the day program, go to www.telluridemuseum.org or call 728-3344.

Sunday, September 21st: 

Birthdays for today are : MICHAEL FELDSTEIN, JIM PENDLETON, DAN CURTAIN, DEB GESMUNDO, MARILYN FLEMING, MARK KENNEFICK, PATTY SIGER, LARA SOLOMON, FAITH HILL, ZEPHYR BASHAM

TONIGHT at the Nugget Theatre, “TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES” (PG-13) is showing at 5:30pm and “THE HUNDRED FOOT JOURNEY” (PG) is playing at 8:00pm.

The 3rd Annual Telluride Barbeque Festival continues TODAY in Mountain Village Heritage Plaza.  Food and drink from 11am-6pm. Ride the mechanical bull for FREE!

Basic First Aid with Adult/Child CPR & AED is being offered in Telluride TOMORROW evening, from 5:30-9:30pm. Please contact Kevin at 729-2779 for more information.

TOMORROW morning at the Opera House Banquet Room, it’s “Zumba with Erin” at 9am.

The 8th Annual Water 101 Seminar will be conducted this year TOMORROW in Telluride, CO.  Colorado Supreme Court Justice Greg Hobbs is the keynote speaker! The seminar qualifies for continuing education credits for lawyers, realtors, and Colorado water utility personnel. For more information, contact coordinator Denise Rue-Pastin at 970-247-1302 or email denise@waterinfo.org

Take part in “Going Out Going In: A Five-Day Art & Writing Retreat for Women” with Brucie Holler & Rosemerry Wahtola Trommer.  Taking place Monday through Friday this week at the Ah Haa School.  Visit ahhaa.org for more information and to sign up.

This Tuesday, enjoy the final program of five conversations on art, life, and inspiration hosted by some of your favorite local artists at the Telluride Historical Museum. It’s “Art from the Archives”, with Art Goodtimes!  This Tuesday, September 23rd from 7-8pm.  It’s FREE!

Telluride Youth Hockey registration is now available online or at the Parks and Rec Department.  The registration deadline is October 13th.  Adult Hockey registration will begin Friday, Sept 26th.

Attention all Non-Profit Organizations operating in the Town of Telluride: the Commission for Community Assistance, Arts and Special Events (CCAASE) is accepting applications for 2015 funding.  Grant guidelines and applications are available at www.telluride-co.gov.  All grant applications are due by midnight, September 22, 2014.

The Telluride Choral Society invites you to participate in the upcoming WinterSing 2014 season of rehearsals and performances.  For information on the various ensembles and their starting dates, or to register, call Rhonda at 729-0082 or email rlmuckerman@gmail.com

The San Miguel Educational Fund is seeking board of director candidates to fill 4 vacant seats for a 2 year commitment.  If your are interested in serving as a board member for your community radio station please submit your letter of intent by 5 p.m. October 15, 2014 to Dina Coates Koebler via email at dina@koto.org, in person at 207 N Pine Street or mailed to KOTO PO Box 1069 Telluride.