The Telluride Farmers’ Market hosts over 50 vendors every Friday. We feature local, organic produce, pastured meat, eggs and cheese, hand crafted arts and crafts and gourmet lunch, snacks and ice cream.
Offering fruits, vegetables, flowers, herbs in season (organically and conventionally grown), grass-fed beef, pastured pork, farm fresh eggs, artisan breads and baked goods, local honey, fruit preserves, lavender products, jewelry, handspun alpaca & wool yarn products, compost & compost tea, and more!
Ridgway Public Library presents “Fearless,” concept art work by ceramicist, Danelle Hughes Norman, from September 13 through November 7th, with an opening reception from 4 to 7 Saturday, September 13th.
TELLURIDE ADULT ENGLISH CLASSES
Fall Semester – September – December 2014
Fees $40 – Books $20
START – Monday, September 22
Class Days – Monday & Wednesday
6:00 – 7:30 pm at TIS
Get information, register,
take placement exam
Monday, September 15 &
Wednesday, September 17
Telluride Intermediate School
6:00 – 7:30 pm
Enter at playground door. Look for signs.
Kathleen 970 728 2437
Despite increased visibility and acceptance of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people in recent years, older LGBT adults are still a largely invisible and underserved population. The training can help individual care givers and health care organizations become more culturally sensitive to, and successful with, providing services to LGBT seniors. It will assist in creating an inclusive, welcoming and safe environment for LGBT seniors to live and thrive. Please RSVP to Eberge@voa.org, seating is limited.
WildEarth Guardians wildlife biologist Erik Molvar will give a talk on the Gunnison sage grouse, local conservation efforts, and the Endangered Species Act in Telluride on Wednesday, September 17th. The talk will be held at 7 p.m. at the Wilkinson Public Library, 100 West Pacific Avenue, in Telluride.
Topics include key issues such as current status and population trends of the Gunnison sage grouse, factors that threaten its survival, conservation solutions that can move the bird toward recovery, and the strengths and weaknesses of state, local, and federal conservation efforts to protect the bird and its habitat. As a final determination on the Endangered Species Act status of the Gunnison sage grouse will be made in November of 2014, Molvar also will explain the way that the Endangered Species Act works, the kinds of new protections that might apply, and under what circumstances.
This talk is free and open to the public, and WildEarth Guardians invites everyone to attend and bring their questions.
Doors at 7:00 pm. Music will start between 7:30 and 8 pm and will go into the night! Get your dancing shoes on and grab your friends and get ready for a great time with local favorites The Royal We!
Featuring the talents of:
Jill Mihelich, Vocals
Kenny Mihelich, Bass and Vocals
Chris Goplerud, Drums, Percussion and Vocals
Mark Pettit, Lead Guitarist and Vocals
Lee Duvall, Guitar and Vocals
Doors and cash bar at 7 pm. Lecture at 7:30 pm. $10.
Local Log-Hill resident Kevin McNeill will talk about the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter program and his leadership role/career experiences while with Lockheed Martin Propulsion/NASA.
Talk Title: A Martian Speaks in Plain English
Kevin was senior project manager for Lockheed Martin Propulsion on all of NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter program flights from 1996 thru his retirement in 2007. Kevin has an uncanny ability to bring a humanistic “high-touch” to very “high-tech” matters of deep space exploration. His passion, experience and practical knowledge lends a common sense understanding of NASA’s remarkable, decade-long Mars exploration program, allowing one to better appreciate the success of the current celebrity of Mars explorer “Curiosity”, which continues to make startling scientific news reported worldwide.
WELCOME AND MEDITATION WITH THREE GRACES
“HOW TO FEEL BEAUTIFUL” WITH TIFFANY SULZEN
“COURAGE IS…” DISCUSSION & PROJECT
WITH THREE GRACES $40 per person
Support the Rico School by participating in the annual 2 mile fun run. All proceeds go toward the student enrichment programs. Start / finish at the Rico School/ town park. Registration 9:30am – 10am.
On Saturday, September 20th at 8pm, Tara Mandala Retreat Center will host Grammy Award winner and six-time Grammy nominee Peter Rowan and ARIA winner Yungchen Lhamo. This will be an East-West folk musical journey, blending their musical styles into a unique, transcendent concert experience. For more information or to reserve your ticket, visit TMretreats.com