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Saturday, August 27th:
Birthdays for today are: BRANDON BOCCHINI, WALTER WRIGHT, ANN BERRY, SHERRY FARNEY, BEA GOLDSMITH, JESSICA McLAUGHLIN, ROBERT COE, ADAM DUBROFF, DARYL DRAGON, CARRIE HOTT, SUE KNECHTEL, PAM SIMMS, GINGER PERKINS
TONIGHT at the Nugget Theatre, “SUICIDE SQUAD” (PG-13) is having two showings: 5:30 and 8:00pm.
There will be a Memorial for Glider Bob at the Hanley Pavilion in Town Park this Wednesday, August 31st from 5:30-7:30pm. Shorts and flip flops encouraged! All are welcome to remember Glider Bob.
The Telluride Historical Museum invites you to “An Evening with Ken Burns” film screening and audience Q & A. Taking place TOMORROW NIGHT from 6-9:30pm at the Michael D. Palm Theatre. Doors open at 5:30pm, for tickets and more info visit www.telluridemuseum.org.
The Connecting Point’s Accelerated Fall Massage Program begins September 6th. Please visit www.telluridemassageschool.com or call Caycee at (970) 729-0233 for more info
The Telluride Karate Studio will celebrate their 15th anniversary coinciding with their new FALL PROGRAM beginning September 12th. A full schedule can be viewed on their Facebook page. Tuition is on a sliding scale and registration is ongoing throughout the year. Call Master Eric Nepsky at 970.729.0644 to sign up and start your training.
Do you experience frequent jaw pain or non-migraine headaches? Local Telluride company seeks focus group participants to provide feedback about a non-medicinal device developed by a local Telluride resident. There will be two 1-hour focus group sessions held on Wednesday, September 7 at the Madeline Hotel between the hour of 5-6pm and 7-8pm. If interested email firstname.lastname@example.org with either “jaw pain” or “headache” in the subject line. If selected refreshments and a gift card will be provided.
Experience “PICKLEBALL”, the sport that is taking over the nation! There will be Free Pickleball Clinics every Tuesday at the Town Park Tennis Courts. At 9am, there will be an hour of instruction. At 10am, enjoy some gameplay. All levels welcome!
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