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:

Saturday, April 25th:

Birthdays for today are: – RAMON ESCURE, FRANNY PATRICIO, ELLA FITZGERALD, BOBBY RYDELL

TONIGHT at the Nugget Theatre, “WOMAN IN GOLD” (PG-13)  is having two showings: 5:30 and 8:00pm

TODAY, Weehawken Arts presents “GOLDEN TICKET” at the Montrose Pavilion.  Featuring Weehawken dancers ages 3-18, don’t miss out on their spring dance production. Performance is at 1pm TODAY. Call 970-318-0150 for more information

TONIGHT , kids of Norwood present “MACBETH, THE MUSICAL” at the Livery, 7pm each night. Directed by Sara Doehrmann.

TOMORROW, the Telluride Film Festival’s Sunday at the Palm series presents Disney Nature’s “BEARS” (Rated G).  FREE TO ALL.  Taking place at the Michael D. Palm Theatre for the Performing Arts. TOMORROW at 4pm.

The Ah Haa School is offering “SPRING AFTER SCHOOL YOUTH ART CLASSES”, starting this week.  “Draw, Paint, Create with Ann Cheeks & Jacque Young for ages 6 and up” and “Eclectic Clay with AJ Crocker for ages 9 and up” are some of the programs being offered.  Visit www.ahhaa.org for a full schedule.

As part of the Telluride American Songbook Festival kick-off, Broadway star and concert performer Liz Callaway will perform a “Concert for Mothers .… and All Who Love Them” at the Sheridan Opera House on Mother’s Day, Sunday, May 10th at 4pm. Also appearing will be her 23-year-old son, Nicholas Callaway Foster.  The concert will include standards, pop, Broadway, and several relatively unknown songs with special meaning to all mothers.  For more info:  www.tellurideamericansongbookfestival.org

The Western Slope Nonprofit Council is conducting a half-day workshop for board and staff members of nonprofit organizations. “Great Strategic Planning” will be offered in Ridgway this Tuesday, April 28, from 2-5 at the Sherbino Theater.  For information on how to register, contact Maryo Ewell, 970-641-3570

There will be a San Miguel Educational Fund (KOTO’s governing board) Regular Monthly Meeting next Thursday, April 30th, from 5-8pm in the Telluride Room at the Wilkinson Public Library.  Public is welcome.
Sunday, April 26th:

Birthdays for today are: – TAMMY BURDEN, COURTLAND GREY, THOMAS ZOLINE, CAROL BURNETTE, DUANE EDDY, MARK BUSH, DON HANNAH, TINA WHATCOTT, DON HANNAH, SR., NAN EMRICK

TONIGHT at the Nugget Theatre, “WOMAN IN GOLD” (PG-13)  is having one showing at 7:00pm

TODAY, the Telluride Film Festival’s Sunday at the Palm series presents Disney Nature’s “BEARS” (Rated G).  FREE TO ALL.  Taking place at the Michael D. Palm Theatre for the Performing Arts, TODAY at 4pm.

During the slow season, wake up and energize with “Qi Gong” being offered at the Ah Haa School every Monday and Wednesday from 8:30-9:15 am, through May 27th.  Visit www.ahhaa.org for a full listing of programs available.

The Ah Haa School is offering “SPRING AFTER SCHOOL YOUTH ART CLASSES”, starting this week.  “Draw, Paint, Create with Ann Cheeks & Jacque Young for ages 6 and up” and “Eclectic Clay with AJ Crocker for ages 9 and up” are some of the programs being offered.  Visit www.ahhaa.org for a full schedule.

There will be a San Miguel Educational Fund (KOTO’s governing board) Regular Monthly Meeting next Thursday, April 30th, from 5-8pm in the Telluride Room at the Wilkinson Public Library.  Public is welcome.

The Western Slope Nonprofit Council is conducting a half-day workshop for board and staff members of nonprofit organizations. “Great Strategic Planning” will be offered in Ridgway this Tuesday, April 28, from 2-5 at the Sherbino Theater.  For information on how to register, contact Maryo Ewell, 970-641-3570

Join the Wilkinson Library for the monthly Dharma talk and meditation session with John Bruna of the Way of Compassion Foundation this Wednesday, April 29th at 5:30 pm.

The Town of Telluride will be hosting a public meeting to gather community input  related to the design and construction of an new stage and auxiliary facilities in Town Park.  This meeting will take place Tuesday, May 5th at 6:00pm at Rebekah Hall.  The town anticipates finalizing a project design, budget, and construction schedule in August 2015, with construction commencing in late September 2015 and completed by Spring 2016.Your participation in this public input meeting is strongly encouraged.  Contact John at the Parks and Recreation Dept at 728-2059 with questions or to RSVP.