This week at Telluride’s Wilkinson Public Library

This week at Telluride’s Wilkinson Public Library

You snooze, you lose. The winter programming at Telluride's Wilkinson Public Library continues to rock – shamrock this week.

St. Patrick's Day, Wednesday, March 17, noon:

Irish-shamrock-5-1 Irish Literary traditions at the Library. Readers and listeners alike are encouraged to make their way upstairs to the Telluride Room at noon to enjoy tea, biscuits and selections from  a literary menu, including Yeats, Joyce, Heaney, and any favorite songs or poems anyone wishes to bring as we gather to appreciate Irish literature.

Wednesday, March 17, 6 p.m.:

The Wilkinson Café presents “Birdie Brown, Kat Snip and Nathan" for an evening of free acoustic music, coffees, teas and cookies.

Thursday, March 18, 6 p.m.

A reminder to patrons who signed up for the class: Introduction to Wine Tasting, with Steven Craig of the Wine Mine at Pac Street Liquors presenting. The class is in the Library's Program Room. ( You must be pre-registered to attend.)

Heads-up for the week of March 22:

Telluride's Library celebrates its second year as a nationally recognized five-star institution with five nights of five star events: a screening of the documentary film, "Crepe-covered Sidewalks," with filmmaker Renee Wilson, a free concert at the Sheridan Opera House with Walter Straus and Mamadou Sidibe, 7 p.m.,Tuesday night, March 23. Check in at the Library, get on the email list, or listen to KOTO for  programming details

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