Arts and Entertainment

Iron Horse Bicycle Classic 2021
Apr13

Iron Horse Bicycle Classic 2021

The 49th annual Iron Horse Bicycle Classic will be returning this year and although this event will look different than in years past, it is a great event that generates excitement throughout our community and helps boost the local economy. The history of this fun event started years ago with a fun brotherly bet. Brothers Tom and Jim Mayer concocted the idea behind the first Iron Horse Bicycle Classic. Jim worked as a brakeman on the...

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Durango Home and Ranch Show
Apr09

Durango Home and Ranch Show

The Durango Home & Ranch Show is our largest and longest-running Four Corners Expos event. This show is a favorite of homeowners looking for experts in home improvement, building, decorating, landscaping, household items, technology for the home or business, remodeling, and much more. With a wide variety of exhibitors each year, attendees are sure to find what they need. This event takes place at the La Plata County Fairgrounds....

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One-Stop Shop for Mental Health and Physical Exercise
Apr05

One-Stop Shop for Mental Health and Physical Exercise

Durango psychologist Stacy Reuille-Dupont knows that mind and emotions affect physical health, and physical health contributes to emotional well-being. But getting clients to incorporate both was a challenge. That’s why she opened Studio B. Sponsored by 2180 Lighting and Design Studio and Serious Texas BBQ

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Healthy Living: What to Eat for Breakfast
Apr02

Healthy Living: What to Eat for Breakfast

The old saying goes that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Well, that’s not necessarily true, but if breakfast is a necessary start to your day, PHD Weight Loss Founder Ashley Lucas advises you to avoid cereal and cold milk, bagels, and other high carb foods to keep your energy going.

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Lake Nighthorse opens on Friday, April 2 for non-motorized recreation
Mar30

Lake Nighthorse opens on Friday, April 2 for non-motorized recreation

Lake Nighthorse Recreation Area will open for the 2021 season on Friday, April 2. The lake will be open for non-motorized recreation 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, April 2 through May 9. Daily operations will begin May 14, and motorized recreation begins May 15. Find the full schedule, including wakeless & quiet hours, below. New amenities to the swim beach include an inflatable play structure (May through...

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WHAT’S NEW IN DURANGO FOR 2021
Mar30

WHAT’S NEW IN DURANGO FOR 2021

What’s new in Durango, Colorado: hotels, restaurants, bars, shops, new things to do in Durango and what’s coming in 2021! Blues, Mtn & Soul Blues Mtn & Soul is a brand new art studio & shop on Main Avenue. Graphic illustration artist Brian Banash has filled the building with wall-sized recreations of his work. He plans to operate his own art business, Banash Illustrations, out of downtown Durango. His pieces...

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Eat Meat BBQ at Harley Davidson
Mar16

Eat Meat BBQ at Harley Davidson

Donations accepted for a meat serving with a side and a drink! DATE & TIME Sat, March 20, 2021 11:00am – 2:00pm LOCATION Durango Harley-Davidson Parking Lot 750 S Camino Del Rio Durango, CO  81301

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The Immersive Photography of David Yarrow
Mar13

The Immersive Photography of David Yarrow

The Immersive Photography of David Yarrow Posted on March 4, 2021 by sorrelskygallery             Durango — shot at the Diamond Belle Saloon, Durango, Colorado, USA                                              We’re pleased to announce the representation of David Yarrow. Known for his oversized, monochromatic images, David’s approach is as immersive as it can be. Both his Wild West and Wildlife series are now available in person at...

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International Woman’s Month Treasure Hunt
Mar10

International Woman’s Month Treasure Hunt

International woman’s day was Monday, March 8th and here in Durango Co you can celebrate this by participating in the 2021 Treasure Hunt from March 1st through the 25th. Women’s History Month 2021 Please see “Steps to start your Treasure Hunt” below! The 2021 National Women’s History month theme is “Valiant Women of the Vote:  Refusing to be Silenced.” Tired of being at home?  Join us for our 1st ever Treasure Hunt! The Women’s...

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Chapman Hill, Durango’s Ski Mountain
Mar08

Chapman Hill, Durango’s Ski Mountain

Nolan Stowers, describes the importance of Chapman Hill for the community. Chapman hill serves as a training ground for young athletes, a family environment, and a healthy way for people to enjoy the outdoors.

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How Stress Affects Your Weight
Mar07

How Stress Affects Your Weight

Stress can contribute to weight gain. PHD Weight Loss and Nutrition founder Ashley Lucas explains how controlling your stress can help you lose weight.

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16th Annual DURANGO FILM FESTIVAL!
Mar05

16th Annual DURANGO FILM FESTIVAL!

DURANGO FILM FESTIVAL NOW THROUGH MARCH 12 EVENT DESCRIPTION The upcoming Durango Independent Film Festival marks the 16th year of the annual event. This year’s theme will be “Celebrating The Sweetness Of Film.” The event will be virtual for 2021. About Durango Film: Durango Film brings a community together with independent filmmakers for the unique opportunity to experience and discuss global, innovative and diverse...

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INDOOR WINTER FARMER AND ARTISAN MARKET NOW THROUGH APRIL 27
Mar05

INDOOR WINTER FARMER AND ARTISAN MARKET NOW THROUGH APRIL 27

INDOOR WINTER FARMER AND ARTISAN MARKET NOW THROUGH APRIL 27 EVENT DESCRIPTION Join 7 Rivers Farmers Market for the 2nd annual Indoor Winter Farmer and Artisan Market every Tuesday from 12-3 pm at the La Plata County Fairgrounds. The winter market will run from November 3, 2020- April 27, 2021. Local farmers, bakers, cheese, artisan and craft vendors will be on site. To ensure vendors and customers are safe, all vendors will be...

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Carver Brewing Co. and College Drive Cafe Reopen!!
Mar05

Carver Brewing Co. and College Drive Cafe Reopen!!

Two Durango restaurants prepare to reopen Carver Brewing Co. and College Drive Cafe closed during COVID-19 spikes By Patrick Armijo Education, business & real estate reporter Tuesday, March 2, 2021 5:03 AM Updated 2 days 13 hours ago  Follow @Patrick_Armijo Carver Brewing Co. plans to reopen Wednesday after it closed for a second time during the COVID-19 pandemic on Nov. 20. Initially, the popular brewpub plans to open only for...

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Latest round of PPP loans will help the smallest of businesses
Feb23

Latest round of PPP loans will help the smallest of businesses

Latest round of PPP loans will help the smallest of businesses By Lora Lavigne, WRAL Durham reporter DURHAM, N.C. — President Joe Biden unveiled new changes to the PayCheck Protection Program on Monday. Starting Wednesday, a two-week application period begins for businesses with fewer than 20 employees. Self-employed and independent contractors can now qualify for more money. And business owners with student loan defaults or...

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Winter Maintenance Tips
Feb23

Winter Maintenance Tips

Winter Maintenance Tips A cold front has hit the country and the winter storm is bringing some serious cold weather, unexpected ice and snow fall in places that hardly ever see weather like this. Residences in many areas of Texas woke up to a winter wonderland this week without power and many without heat. Not being prepared for winter weather can put you in a difficult situation. Below is a list of winter home maintenance tips that...

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An Online Concert with Victoria Vox & Jack Maher
Feb23

An Online Concert with Victoria Vox & Jack Maher

An Online Concert with Victoria Vox & Jack Maher Event date: 2/27/2021 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM Export event The Community Concert Hall at Fort Lewis College is continuing the Artists You Should Know Concert Series on Saturday, February 27, 7 pm with Victoria Vox (ukulele, voice & mouth trumpet) and Jack Maher (bass ukulele, voice & guitar) broadcast from their home in Los Angeles, California. Purchase Tickets Victoria...

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Perfect Anti-Depressants – Pets and Babies!
Feb15

Perfect Anti-Depressants – Pets and Babies!

Perfect Anti-Depressants – Pets and Babies! Perfect Anti-Depressants    2 ‘Who’s coming?’     3 The best of friends.     4 ‘Tell me doc, is it serious?’  5 Play time!     6 ‘Don’t be sad, you’ll get your food soon.’     7 Sharing is caring.     8 Now that’s contentment    9 . ‘Our father who art in heaven…’     10 . This baby’s guardian angel is right...

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Register for Uncle Clyde’s Run & Slide – 3/7
Feb12

Register for Uncle Clyde’s Run & Slide – 3/7

Runners and tubers! Registration is now open for the 5th annual Uncle Clyde’s Run & Slide at Purgatory Resort! What is Uncle Clyde’s? This is truly a one-of-a-kind race!  Partner up with a teammate and complete as many laps as you can on the tubing hill, running up and sliding down. Compete in any of our five team categories: adult male, adult female, adult coed, parent/child, and kid/kid. Choose your level of...

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Miles of Trails Await Cross Country Skiers at Chicken Creek
Feb10

Miles of Trails Await Cross Country Skiers at Chicken Creek

The Chicken Creek Nordic Ski Area north of Mancos offers 14 miles of groomed trails through ponderosa pines and scrub oak on the San Juan National Forest. Find out who takes care of the area.

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