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, September 23rd:

Birthdays: LYNN SCHOLL, PETER McGINTY, SHARON SCIBA, TOM GABARRON, WENDY WRIGHT, BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN, RAY CHARLES, JASON ALEXANDER, ALICIA NOGUEIRA

TONIGHT at the Nugget Theatre, “IT” (R) is having one showing: 7:00pm.

TODAY, at the Judy Long Field at Telluride Middle/High School, it’s the Telluride Education Foundation Fall Festival and 5K Fun-Run/Walk.  From 10am-1pm, have fun at the Festival, including a JV and a varsity soccer game, a student council BBQ and a raffle to win a Telluride Season Ski Pass.  Support the Telluride Education Foundation and the amazing students and teachers.

The GOLDEN FUNK DJ’s are performing TONIGHT at the Last Dollar Saloon. 9pm start, no cover.

The TELLURIDE FESTIVAL OF CARS AND COLORS is this weekend at locations in and around Telluride and Mountain Village. Visit carsandcolors.com for more information.

The Sheridan Opera House invites you to experience THE STEEP CANYON RANGERS, performing TONIGHT.  Tickets and more info at sheridanoperahouse.com.  Tune into KOTO TODAY around 1pm for a special in-studio live performance and interview.

The Ah Haa School is offering many programs this fall, for teens and adults alike. Visit ahhaa.org for a full schedule, and expose yourself to ART.

This Monday, experience a “Sacred Hoop Class”, led by Jane Del Piero, at the Wilkinson Library at 6:00pm. Sacred Hoop is a space for discussing and enacting ceremonies and rituals that build community. Ceremony offers us a way to relate intimately with the primordial universal force and allows us to embrace that sacred power that informs and fuels all existence, as ritual is our lifeline to the divine. “Sacred Hoop Class”, this Monday, 6pm at the Library.

November elections are coming … tune-in to KOTO radio this Tuesday evening at 6 PM for the first Election 2017 segment of “Off the Record” when Early Childhood Ballot Initiative folks will discuss the only measure on this year’s ballot, followed by a discussion with the four school board candidates who are running for three available school board seats.  Call in to 728-4333 with questions and issues.  Be an informed voter.

Do you want to reduce stress and increase peace? Learning some mindfulness practices might be for you. Join for the first in a “Mindful Parenting Series” at the Bridal Veil Conference Room at the Telluride Middle/High School. This Wednesday, September 27, from 5:30 – 6:45. This event is free and open to all.

This Wednesday, September 27th at the Buck, join DJ Mary Prankster for the first ever BINGO PARTY for KOTO!  The Great Bingo Revival is coming all the way to Telluride from Lake Tahoe California, and it’s a BINGO game like you’ve never seen before. We’re bringing you the sexiest, funkiest, most outrageous BINGO game ever played.  Prizes from Mary Jane’s Medicinals, Telluride Arts, High Pie, Siam… and more!  Starts at 9pm, this Wednesday, at the Buck.

Due to a Telluride Ski Resort project to replace the haul rope on the Coonskin Lift (Chair 7) the Town of Mountain Village has announced that the Telluride—Mountain Village Gondola line between the Town of Telluride and San Sofia will be closed during the following times:
Wednesday, September 27, 2017:   9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Thursday, September 28, 2017:       9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
During the closures transportation will be provide via shuttle between the Town of Telluride and Mountain Village. Passenger pick-up and drop-off locations include the San Miguel County Courthouse and Mountain Village Town Hall; buses will run approximately every 15 minutes. Direct all questions regarding these temporary closures to Erin Kress, 728-7522.

Join the Telluride Mountain Club, San Miguel Bike Alliance and the Sheep Mountain Alliance for an afternoon of hiking, biking and advocating for the places we love, during the Public Lands Day Celebration this Thursday, September 28th.  Group hikes and rides, gatherings, trail updates and more.  Visit telluridemountainclub.org for more information.

The San Miguel Education Fund Board of Directors (KOTO’s governing body) will have four open board seats for a two-year term, commencing in January 2018, along with one open board seat for a one year term in 2018. If you are interested in running this Fall for one of these five SMEF board seats, to voted on by the KOTO membership, please submit your letter of interest by October 15th, via email to: Mark@koto.org.

 

Sunday, September 24th:

Birthdays: LINDA McCARTNEY, HOPE ANDERSON, DEB DASHNER, MARK GARVIN, PAGE TEAHAN, BECKY GOLDSWORTHY, PATRICIA CHANDLER, WENDY JACOBS, JAMES KARLOVEC, KEVIN SORBO, MICHAEL TIMOTHY McCULLOUGH, WILLIAM C. LEWIS, LYLA RENKE

TONIGHT at the Nugget Theatre, “IT” (R) is having one showing: 7:00pm.

The TELLURIDE FESTIVAL OF CARS AND COLORS is this weekend at locations in and around Telluride and Mountain Village. Visit carsandcolors.com for more information.

The Ah Haa School is offering many programs this fall, for teens and adults alike. Visit ahhaa.org for a full schedule, and expose yourself to ART.

TOMORROW, experience a “Sacred Hoop Class”, led by Jane Del Piero, at the Wilkinson Library at 6:00pm. Sacred Hoop is a space for discussing and enacting ceremonies and rituals that build community. Ceremony offers us a way to relate intimately with the primordial universal force and allows us to embrace that sacred power that informs and fuels all existence, as ritual is our lifeline to the divine. “Sacred Hoop Class”, TOMORROW, 6pm at the Library.

November elections are coming … tune-in to KOTO radio this Tuesday evening at 6 PM for the first Election 2017 segment of “Off the Record” when Early Childhood Ballot Initiative folks will discuss the only measure on this year’s ballot, followed by a discussion with the four school board candidates who are running for three available school board seats.  Call in to 728-4333 with questions and issues.  Be an informed voter.

Do you want to reduce stress and increase peace? Learning some mindfulness practices might be for you. Join for the first in a “Mindful Parenting Series” at the Bridal Veil Conference Room at the Telluride Middle/High School. This Wednesday, September 27, from 5:30 – 6:45. This event is free and open to all.

This Wednesday, September 27th at the Buck, join DJ Mary Prankster for the first ever BINGO PARTY for KOTO!  The Great Bingo Revival is coming all the way to Telluride from Lake Tahoe California, and it’s a BINGO game like you’ve never seen before. We’re bringing you the sexiest, funkiest, most outrageous BINGO game ever played.  Prizes from Mary Jane’s Medicinals, Telluride Arts, High Pie, Siam… and more!  Starts at 9pm, this Wednesday, at the Buck.

Due to a Telluride Ski Resort project to replace the haul rope on the Coonskin Lift (Chair 7) the Town of Mountain Village has announced that the Telluride—Mountain Village Gondola line between the Town of Telluride and San Sofia will be closed during the following times:
Wednesday, September 27, 2017:   9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Thursday, September 28, 2017:       9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

During the closures transportation will be provide via shuttle between the Town of Telluride and Mountain Village. Passenger pick-up and drop-off locations include the San Miguel County Courthouse and Mountain Village Town Hall; buses will run approximately every 15 minutes. Direct all questions regarding these temporary closures to Erin Kress, 728-7522.

Join the Telluride Mountain Club, San Miguel Bike Alliance and the Sheep Mountain Alliance for an afternoon of hiking, biking and advocating for the places we love, during the Public Lands Day Celebration this Thursday, September 28th.  Group hikes and rides, gatherings, trail updates and more.  Visit telluridemountainclub.org for more information.

The San Miguel Education Fund Board of Directors (KOTO’s governing body) will have four open board seats for a two-year term, commencing in January 2018, along with one open board seat for a one year term in 2018. If you are interested in running this Fall for one of these five SMEF board seats, to voted on by the KOTO membership, please submit your letter of interest by October 15th, via email to: Mark@koto.org.