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
Moab Pride Festival – The Moab Pride Festival and Moab Gay Adventure week is a week long celebration of adventure, awareness and acceptance. Throughout the festival Moab Pride seeks to contribute to the overall health & well-being of the Moab GLBTQ community & beyond. We accomplish this by raising awareness & offering support through integrative entertaining & educational programs and events for everyone. Engaging & partnering with the whole community to create a more informed public- challenged & delighted by a deeper understanding of individual experiences, ideas & motivations. Come celebrate with us! For more info visit moabpride.org or call 801-792-3426.
This functional and fun class is taught by Michelle Kodis, who worked and trained extensively with Darin Fletcher of Integrative Movement Center. This brings together the best of her background in pilates, dance and FUN! Pilates and the barre are a match made in exercise heaven. Together they facilitate and expand the principles of true functional movement in an upbeat and supportive environment that focuses on the body’s intrinsic strength and capacity for dynamic, fluid, natural movement. Designed for all levels and typically accompanied by invigorating music, this class incorporates fundamental Pilates mat routines with barre exercises for a vigorous full-body workout designed to: · sculpt and lengthen muscles for a lean, streamlined silhouette · improve posture · develop deep core strength · safely enhance range of motion · promote overall endurance and fitness. Classes are by punch card, available at class or online. Please bring a MAT and WATER . First class is free for each student.
What are archaeologists learning from the remarkable pottery crafted by the ancestral Pueblo Indians?
Around A.D. 200, Pueblo people in the Southwest began producing pottery—utilitarian brown wares, and later, exquisitely painted white wares. Dr. Kari Schleher, an expert in the study of ancient pottery in the Southwest, will discuss how the study of pottery is helping to address questions of migration and community development in the Basketmaker III period (A.D. 500–750).
September 22 at 6:00 pm in the Wilkinson Public Library Program Room.
This event is FREE and open to the public.
The final program of five conversations on art, life and inspiration hosted by some of your favorite local artists. Each month one artist will pull something fabulous (maybe something you’ve never seen before!) from the Museum archives and open up a discussion of their choosing.
This event is FREE and open to the public.
Join Telluride School District Superintendent Kyle Schumacher and Board of Education President Paul Reich in an information session to learn more about bond measure 3A. The District is seeking to expand its facilities to accommodate growth in student numbers and a more comprehensive curriculum. Learn about the project at this informative session.
Join Telluride School District Superintendent Kyle Schumacher and Board of Education President Paul Reich to learn more about the District’s plans for expanding the schools in order to accommodate the growth in student enrollment and to broaden our curriculum. Come to learn the details of the project, how it will be paid for, and the many benefits for our students and community.
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.
“Sneak Peek” before the official 2014 Sneffels Fiber Festival begins.
Free outdoor concert last Friday of the month through Sept – featuring Ralph Dinosaur, very popular band from Durango – bring your chairs and blankets. Hamburgers, hot dogs, nachos, etc. available to purchase – proceeds from food sales benefit the Legacy Program (capturing images and life events of older adutls who are program participants and saving these on DVD). The lawn is across from the Montrose Pavilion off Niagara Rd.
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!