Sporting events

 Saturday, January 28th
Japanse Bokkendo & Jodo
9:00am / DSBK Dojo
Bokkendo (wooden sword) and jodo (short staff) date back to medieval Japan's samurai society. Training in these ancient arts offers people in the modern world a taste of bushido, or the warrior's path to a robust spirit and unbeatable mindset. Develop greater strength, balance, coordination, and poise. Beginners are as welcome as experienced practitioners. For 20 years, DSBK has provided fun-filled training experiences open to everyone.
4Corners Riversports Red Hot Relay
9:30am / Durango Nordic Center
Grab a costume and a couple of teammates to come out and join the fun at the Durango Nordic Center for the 4Corners Riversports Red Hot Relay!   Teams of three racers will compete for fame and glory! Each racer will complete one 3k lap. The final times will be logged when the third racer crosses the finish line. Haven't raced before? No problem! This is a great race to try out.    The cost per team for registration is $35. All proceeds benefit our youth and team programs. Register in advance on our website. Online registration closes at 7 PM on December 30. Day-of registration at the event will be available for $40.
 Sunday, January 29th
Football Sundays
11:00am / Zia Cantina
Watch football with us on our BIG SCREEN TV every Sunday starting at 11am!
 Monday, January 30th
Chess Club
6:30pm / Guild House Games, Main St. Mall
Come play some chess! Every Monday night 6:30-9 p.m. upstairs in the Durango mall on Main St.    Free!  Drop in! 
 Tuesday, January 31st
Tai Chi for Arthritis & Fall Prevention
9:30am / Durango Senior Center
Tuesdays 9:30 - 10:15 AND Wednesdays 10:30 - 11:30. By donation.    Tai Chi for Arthritis & Fall Prevention is a simple, balanced form. When practiced correctly can have many benefits for the health. Once learned the form can be practiced in minutes a day. Tai Chi can be adapted for those who need to stay in a chair or wheelchair. Instructor Denise Lane has been practicing Tai Chi for many years and began teaching in the 1990s.
 Wednesday, February 1st
Yang Style Tai Chi
9:30am / Durango Senior Center
Originating in ancient China, tai chi is an effective exercise for health of the mind and body. Although an art with great depth of knowledge and skill, it can be easy to learn and its health benefits can soon be realized. For many, it continues as a life long journey.   Yang Style is one of the five main styles of Tai Chi and the most well known in the U.S.. In this class we will introduce and practice the basic principles that make Tai Chi so unique and beneficial. We will learn the movements of the 24 short form. This practice has been known to help improve balance, strength, coordination and flexibility.    Denise Lane is a certified Tai Chi instructor. She has been practicing Tai Chi for many years and teaching it since the late 1990's.
 Thursday, February 2nd
Snowdown Knight Fight Night
8:00pm / Animas City Theatre
Doors: 7pm  Event Start Time: 8pm  Tickets prices and description: $20 general admission. $30 vip tickets with balcony access and a chance to win some amazing prizes. Pre Sale Tickets only available online at www.animascitytheatre.com   "Knight Fight" on Thursday night February 2nd at the Animas City Theater. Experience Medieval cage fights, music, and a double dose of Snowdown style chaos. MMA style fights with competitors in armor, melees, and other medieval mayhem await. We also have representatives from some of your favorite local bars and breweries competing in armor for their first time with an awesome prize for the winner. This will be a more adult focused event complete with a snowdown worthy after party and separate from our more family friendly fair the following days.  Entry Cost: $20 tickets available online at Animascitytheatre.com  Entry Deadline: Day of event  Prizes!
 Tuesday, February 7th
Tai Chi for Arthritis & Fall Prevention
9:30am / Durango Senior Center
Tuesdays 9:30 - 10:15 AND Wednesdays 10:30 - 11:30. By donation.    Tai Chi for Arthritis & Fall Prevention is a simple, balanced form. When practiced correctly can have many benefits for the health. Once learned the form can be practiced in minutes a day. Tai Chi can be adapted for those who need to stay in a chair or wheelchair. Instructor Denise Lane has been practicing Tai Chi for many years and began teaching in the 1990s.
 Wednesday, February 8th
Yang Style Tai Chi
9:30am / Durango Senior Center
Originating in ancient China, tai chi is an effective exercise for health of the mind and body. Although an art with great depth of knowledge and skill, it can be easy to learn and its health benefits can soon be realized. For many, it continues as a life long journey.   Yang Style is one of the five main styles of Tai Chi and the most well known in the U.S.. In this class we will introduce and practice the basic principles that make Tai Chi so unique and beneficial. We will learn the movements of the 24 short form. This practice has been known to help improve balance, strength, coordination and flexibility.    Denise Lane is a certified Tai Chi instructor. She has been practicing Tai Chi for many years and teaching it since the late 1990's.
 Friday, February 10th
Banff Mountain Film Festival
6:00pm / Community Concert Hall at FLC
Event by San Juan Citizens Alliance.  San Juan Citizens Alliance is excited to bring you the epic Durango stop of the Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour. Join us for a night (or two!) of some of the most inspiring and exhilarating films from around the world. This year's screening will feature a thoughtful mix of action, environmental and adventure mountain films. All proceeds benefit San Juan Citizens Alliance and our mission to advocate for pure air, clean water, and healthy lands & wildlife in the San Juan Basin (our backyards!).
 Saturday, February 11th
Japanse Bokkendo & Jodo
9:00am / DSBK Dojo
Bokkendo (wooden sword) and jodo (short staff) date back to medieval Japan's samurai society. Training in these ancient arts offers people in the modern world a taste of bushido, or the warrior's path to a robust spirit and unbeatable mindset. Develop greater strength, balance, coordination, and poise. Beginners are as welcome as experienced practitioners. For 20 years, DSBK has provided fun-filled training experiences open to everyone.
Banff Mountain Film Festival
6:00pm / Community Concert Hall at FLC
Event by San Juan Citizens Alliance.  San Juan Citizens Alliance is excited to bring you the epic Durango stop of the Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour. Join us for a night (or two!) of some of the most inspiring and exhilarating films from around the world. This year's screening will feature a thoughtful mix of action, environmental and adventure mountain films. All proceeds benefit San Juan Citizens Alliance and our mission to advocate for pure air, clean water, and healthy lands & wildlife in the San Juan Basin (our backyards!).
 Tuesday, February 14th
Tai Chi for Arthritis & Fall Prevention
9:30am / Durango Senior Center
Tuesdays 9:30 - 10:15 AND Wednesdays 10:30 - 11:30. By donation.    Tai Chi for Arthritis & Fall Prevention is a simple, balanced form. When practiced correctly can have many benefits for the health. Once learned the form can be practiced in minutes a day. Tai Chi can be adapted for those who need to stay in a chair or wheelchair. Instructor Denise Lane has been practicing Tai Chi for many years and began teaching in the 1990s.
 Wednesday, February 15th
Yang Style Tai Chi
9:30am / Durango Senior Center
Originating in ancient China, tai chi is an effective exercise for health of the mind and body. Although an art with great depth of knowledge and skill, it can be easy to learn and its health benefits can soon be realized. For many, it continues as a life long journey.   Yang Style is one of the five main styles of Tai Chi and the most well known in the U.S.. In this class we will introduce and practice the basic principles that make Tai Chi so unique and beneficial. We will learn the movements of the 24 short form. This practice has been known to help improve balance, strength, coordination and flexibility.    Denise Lane is a certified Tai Chi instructor. She has been practicing Tai Chi for many years and teaching it since the late 1990's.
 Saturday, February 18th
Japanse Bokkendo & Jodo
9:00am / DSBK Dojo
Bokkendo (wooden sword) and jodo (short staff) date back to medieval Japan's samurai society. Training in these ancient arts offers people in the modern world a taste of bushido, or the warrior's path to a robust spirit and unbeatable mindset. Develop greater strength, balance, coordination, and poise. Beginners are as welcome as experienced practitioners. For 20 years, DSBK has provided fun-filled training experiences open to everyone.
Silverton Skijoring
11:00am / Blair Street
Presented by The Town of Silverton & Karen Srebacic-Sites Coldwell Banker Distinctive Properties is comprised of a single horse typically guided by an insane person occasionally called a cowboy, cowgirl or a rider, pulling a crazy person on skis who simply hangs onto a tow rope in a manner similar to water skiing but at 35-45+ mph racing through Historic Downtown Silverton Colorado on Notorious Blair Street covered in snow while attempting to get the fastest time with the skier trying to fly over jumps and catch rings on a baton while not crashing and burning!
 Sunday, February 19th
Silverton Skijoring
11:00am / Blair Street
Presented by The Town of Silverton & Karen Srebacic-Sites Coldwell Banker Distinctive Properties is comprised of a single horse typically guided by an insane person occasionally called a cowboy, cowgirl or a rider, pulling a crazy person on skis who simply hangs onto a tow rope in a manner similar to water skiing but at 35-45+ mph racing through Historic Downtown Silverton Colorado on Notorious Blair Street covered in snow while attempting to get the fastest time with the skier trying to fly over jumps and catch rings on a baton while not crashing and burning!
 Tuesday, February 21st
Tai Chi for Arthritis & Fall Prevention
9:30am / Durango Senior Center
Tuesdays 9:30 - 10:15 AND Wednesdays 10:30 - 11:30. By donation.    Tai Chi for Arthritis & Fall Prevention is a simple, balanced form. When practiced correctly can have many benefits for the health. Once learned the form can be practiced in minutes a day. Tai Chi can be adapted for those who need to stay in a chair or wheelchair. Instructor Denise Lane has been practicing Tai Chi for many years and began teaching in the 1990s.
 Wednesday, February 22nd
Yang Style Tai Chi
9:30am / Durango Senior Center
Originating in ancient China, tai chi is an effective exercise for health of the mind and body. Although an art with great depth of knowledge and skill, it can be easy to learn and its health benefits can soon be realized. For many, it continues as a life long journey.   Yang Style is one of the five main styles of Tai Chi and the most well known in the U.S.. In this class we will introduce and practice the basic principles that make Tai Chi so unique and beneficial. We will learn the movements of the 24 short form. This practice has been known to help improve balance, strength, coordination and flexibility.    Denise Lane is a certified Tai Chi instructor. She has been practicing Tai Chi for many years and teaching it since the late 1990's.
 Saturday, February 25th
Japanse Bokkendo & Jodo
9:00am / DSBK Dojo
Bokkendo (wooden sword) and jodo (short staff) date back to medieval Japan's samurai society. Training in these ancient arts offers people in the modern world a taste of bushido, or the warrior's path to a robust spirit and unbeatable mindset. Develop greater strength, balance, coordination, and poise. Beginners are as welcome as experienced practitioners. For 20 years, DSBK has provided fun-filled training experiences open to everyone.
 Tuesday, February 28th
Tai Chi for Arthritis & Fall Prevention
9:30am / Durango Senior Center
Tuesdays 9:30 - 10:15 AND Wednesdays 10:30 - 11:30. By donation.    Tai Chi for Arthritis & Fall Prevention is a simple, balanced form. When practiced correctly can have many benefits for the health. Once learned the form can be practiced in minutes a day. Tai Chi can be adapted for those who need to stay in a chair or wheelchair. Instructor Denise Lane has been practicing Tai Chi for many years and began teaching in the 1990s.
 Wednesday, March 1st
Yang Style Tai Chi
9:30am / Durango Senior Center
Originating in ancient China, tai chi is an effective exercise for health of the mind and body. Although an art with great depth of knowledge and skill, it can be easy to learn and its health benefits can soon be realized. For many, it continues as a life long journey.   Yang Style is one of the five main styles of Tai Chi and the most well known in the U.S.. In this class we will introduce and practice the basic principles that make Tai Chi so unique and beneficial. We will learn the movements of the 24 short form. This practice has been known to help improve balance, strength, coordination and flexibility.    Denise Lane is a certified Tai Chi instructor. She has been practicing Tai Chi for many years and teaching it since the late 1990's.
 Saturday, March 4th
Uncle Clyde's Run & Slide
11:00am / Purgatory Resort
Get ready for the whackiest race ever in Durango! Purgatory Resort tubing hill. Run up. tube down. Repeat!   Most laps wins!   Oh, and it's a relay race!   Team up with your best buddy for this tag-team style race. We will have male, female, and coed divisions for adult teams, as well as race categories for kids and parent/child teams. Teams must consist of two people in order to compete, but we will also allow three-person teams (like mom plus two kids) if you are just out for fun, not prizes and glory.   This event is limited to just 40 teams, so sign up quick!   And since it's Purgatory Resort, you know we will turn this thing into a party. We'll be spinning tunes while you race, high-fiving you each time you pass through the transition area, and giving out cool prizes.   Feel free to wear a costume. Actually, you should probably wear a costume. (Yeah, it's that kind of race.)   Race Start Time:  60-minute race: 11:am.  90-minute race: 12 noon.
 Wednesday, March 8th
Yang Style Tai Chi
9:30am / Durango Senior Center
Originating in ancient China, tai chi is an effective exercise for health of the mind and body. Although an art with great depth of knowledge and skill, it can be easy to learn and its health benefits can soon be realized. For many, it continues as a life long journey.   Yang Style is one of the five main styles of Tai Chi and the most well known in the U.S.. In this class we will introduce and practice the basic principles that make Tai Chi so unique and beneficial. We will learn the movements of the 24 short form. This practice has been known to help improve balance, strength, coordination and flexibility.    Denise Lane is a certified Tai Chi instructor. She has been practicing Tai Chi for many years and teaching it since the late 1990's.
 Monday, March 13th
Register! San Juan Circus Spring Break Camp
1:00pm / San Juan Circus
San Juan Circus offers aerial and acrobatics classes all year round for all ages! During our spring break camp, we will have guest instructors teaching aerial, acrobatics, juggling, stilt-walking, rolling globe, and more! You can sign up for just one day of camp, or sign up for the whole week.
 Wednesday, March 15th
Yang Style Tai Chi
9:30am / Durango Senior Center
Originating in ancient China, tai chi is an effective exercise for health of the mind and body. Although an art with great depth of knowledge and skill, it can be easy to learn and its health benefits can soon be realized. For many, it continues as a life long journey.   Yang Style is one of the five main styles of Tai Chi and the most well known in the U.S.. In this class we will introduce and practice the basic principles that make Tai Chi so unique and beneficial. We will learn the movements of the 24 short form. This practice has been known to help improve balance, strength, coordination and flexibility.    Denise Lane is a certified Tai Chi instructor. She has been practicing Tai Chi for many years and teaching it since the late 1990's.
 Monday, March 20th
San Juan Circus Spring Break Camp
1:00pm / San Juan Circus
San Juan Circus offers aerial and acrobatics classes all year round for all ages! During our spring break camp, we will have guest instructors teaching aerial, acrobatics, juggling, stilt-walking, rolling globe, and more! You can sign up for just one day of camp, or sign up for the whole week.
 Wednesday, March 22nd
Yang Style Tai Chi
9:30am / Durango Senior Center
Originating in ancient China, tai chi is an effective exercise for health of the mind and body. Although an art with great depth of knowledge and skill, it can be easy to learn and its health benefits can soon be realized. For many, it continues as a life long journey.   Yang Style is one of the five main styles of Tai Chi and the most well known in the U.S.. In this class we will introduce and practice the basic principles that make Tai Chi so unique and beneficial. We will learn the movements of the 24 short form. This practice has been known to help improve balance, strength, coordination and flexibility.    Denise Lane is a certified Tai Chi instructor. She has been practicing Tai Chi for many years and teaching it since the late 1990's.
 Wednesday, March 29th
Yang Style Tai Chi
9:30am / Durango Senior Center
Originating in ancient China, tai chi is an effective exercise for health of the mind and body. Although an art with great depth of knowledge and skill, it can be easy to learn and its health benefits can soon be realized. For many, it continues as a life long journey.   Yang Style is one of the five main styles of Tai Chi and the most well known in the U.S.. In this class we will introduce and practice the basic principles that make Tai Chi so unique and beneficial. We will learn the movements of the 24 short form. This practice has been known to help improve balance, strength, coordination and flexibility.    Denise Lane is a certified Tai Chi instructor. She has been practicing Tai Chi for many years and teaching it since the late 1990's.
 Wednesday, June 7th
True Western Roundup Rodeo Series: CO Pro Rodeo
5:00pm / La Plata County Fairgrounds
A variety of delicious food and drink will be available at each of the events.  Gates open at 5:00, Event begins at 6:30   Avoid long lines and buy your ticket online!
 Wednesday, June 14th
True Western Roundup Rodeo Series: CO Pro Rodeo
5:00pm / La Plata County Fairgrounds
A variety of delicious food and drink will be available at each of the events.  Gates open at 5:00, Event begins at 6:30   Avoid long lines and buy your ticket online!
 Wednesday, June 21st
True Western Roundup Rodeo Series: Open Rodeo
5:00pm / La Plata County Fairgrounds
A variety of delicious food and drink will be available at each of the events.  Gates open at 5:00, Event begins at 6:30   Avoid long lines and buy your ticket online!
 Saturday, June 24th
Scrapin the Rockies
8:00am / Sky ute casino
Scrapin The Rockies Car show is back!   After a Long Hiatus we are bringing back what Matt Stone started in 2011.   Please see below for details:  Roll-in: 6.23.23 4 P.M. - 8 P.M .  The show will be open from 10:00 a.m. - 6 p.m on Sat 6.24.23. Trophies will be held Sunday at Noon 6.25.23 Cost/Registration: $35 to pre-reg or $45 at the show. We will have the prereg opening ASAP so please make sure to watch our page here and on all our social media pages. We do ask the following: NO STOCK VEHICLES "Adjustable Suspension" preferred but not mandatory Hot rod style Custom Motorcycles Lowriders with Hydraulics or Air ride Mini Trucks Fullsize Bagged Compacts, Luxury Cars, Cali Stance, Etc" NOTE IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS REGARDING THE EVENT, PLEASE CONTACT US info@scrapintherockies.com
 Sunday, June 25th
Scrapin the Rockies
8:00am / Sky ute casino
Scrapin The Rockies Car show is back!   After a Long Hiatus we are bringing back what Matt Stone started in 2011.   Please see below for details:  Roll-in: 6.23.23 4 P.M. - 8 P.M .  The show will be open from 10:00 a.m. - 6 p.m on Sat 6.24.23. Trophies will be held Sunday at Noon 6.25.23 Cost/Registration: $35 to pre-reg or $45 at the show. We will have the prereg opening ASAP so please make sure to watch our page here and on all our social media pages. We do ask the following: NO STOCK VEHICLES "Adjustable Suspension" preferred but not mandatory Hot rod style Custom Motorcycles Lowriders with Hydraulics or Air ride Mini Trucks Fullsize Bagged Compacts, Luxury Cars, Cali Stance, Etc" NOTE IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS REGARDING THE EVENT, PLEASE CONTACT US info@scrapintherockies.com
 Wednesday, June 28th
True Western Roundup Rodeo Series: Open Rodeo
5:00pm / La Plata County Fairgrounds
A variety of delicious food and drink will be available at each of the events.  Gates open at 5:00, Event begins at 6:30   Avoid long lines and buy your ticket online!
 Wednesday, July 5th
True Western Roundup Rodeo Series: Open Rodeo
5:00pm / La Plata County Fairgrounds
A variety of delicious food and drink will be available at each of the events.  Gates open at 5:00, Event begins at 6:30   Avoid long lines and buy your ticket online!
 Wednesday, July 12th
True Western Roundup Rodeo Series: Professional Bull Riders
5:00pm / La Plata County Fairgrounds
A variety of delicious food and drink will be available at each of the events.  Gates open at 5:00, Event begins at 6:30   Avoid long lines and buy your ticket online!
 Wednesday, July 19th
True Western Roundup Rodeo Series: Legends Roughstock / Senior Athletes
5:00pm / La Plata County Fairgrounds
A variety of delicious food and drink will be available at each of the events.  Gates open at 5:00, Event begins at 6:30   Avoid long lines and buy your ticket online!
 Wednesday, August 2nd
True Western Roundup Rodeo Series: Equine Performance with Symphony Concert
5:00pm / La Plata County Fairgrounds
A variety of delicious food and drink will be available at each of the events.  Gates open at 5:00, Event begins at 6:30   Avoid long lines and buy your ticket online!
 Wednesday, August 9th
True Western Roundup Rodeo Series: Western Variety Show
5:00pm / La Plata County Fairgrounds
A variety of delicious food and drink will be available at each of the events.  Gates open at 5:00, Event begins at 6:30   Avoid long lines and buy your ticket online!
 Wednesday, August 23rd
True Western Roundup Rodeo Series: Cowgirls Kickin Cancer
5:00pm / La Plata County Fairgrounds
A variety of delicious food and drink will be available at each of the events.  Gates open at 5:00, Event begins at 6:30   Avoid long lines and buy your ticket online!
 Saturday, August 26th
Thirsty 13 Half Marathon
6:30am / Wildcat Canyon / Lake Nighthorse / SJBF
A beautiful, mostly downhill course through Wildcat Canyon and Lake Nighthorse, followed by an amazing Brewfest with 50 breweries... Who's thirsty!
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