Events on this Day

 Wednesday, September 30th
Kaiut Yoga Method: three class times
9:00am / Kaiut Yoga Durango
Classes at 9, noon and 5:30- Mondays and Wednesdays   Kaiut Yoga is a biomechanical (freedom of movement) approach that works to achieve optimal functionality and mobility that is lost from over use or underuse of our bodies. The method works from the joints rather than stretching ourselves in extraordinary ways.    Simple and accessible poses that achieve profound results.   Come join us as we have reopened and will be offering classes on Mondays, Wednesday’s, Fridays and Saturdays.   Visit Kaiutyogadurango.com for info and schedule of classes.
Adult Pottery Classses
10:00am / Dancing Spirit Community Arts Center
Dancing Spirit Community Arts Center has limited openings for a 9 week Adult Pottery Workshop.    Classes begin on September 23rd and continuing each Wednesday morning from 10am to 12pm! Cost is $180 for 9 weeks paid at start of class, plus¬†$35 materials fee.    Contact Margie for more info and to reserve your space. 970-903-7847
Food and Clothing Drive for the Navajo Nation
10:00am / Sacred Heart Catholic Church parking alot across from church
Food and Clothing drive for the Navajo Nation.   A food, water, clothing and pet food drive for the Navajo Nation, including people with disabilities, takes place at the parking lot across from the Sacred Heart Catholic Church.    All types of food plus dog and cat food will be accepted.    Arrangements for picking up a donation can be made by calling Judy at 970.749.6707.
The Great Animas City Passeggiata
5:00pm / Parking lot behind a Smile By Design
Our monthly bazaars are back for the summer (last Wednesday of every month, May-September) and feature local food, beer & cocktails, artisans, music and games!
Colors of the West Exhibition
5:00pm / Sorrel Sky Gallery
Two-woman show featuring the works of sculptor Star Liana York and painter Maura Allen. While each artist celebrates historical and cultural elements using a distinctive medium, this show will focus on how color influences them personally and how it translates into their work as they portray and evoke feelings.    Show continues through September 30.
Live Music with Terry Rickard
5:30pm / The Office Spiritorium
Terry has been entertaining Strater guests and locals for years! Terry grew up playing in rock bands around the Boston area before moving to southern California. In the 80’s and early 90’s he played all over Orange and L.A. counties as a solo guitarist-vocalist. He played in many fine clubs and restaurants such as the Rusty Pelican in Newport Beach and Captain Jack’s in Sunset Beach, just to mention a couple. He now lives in southwest Colorado and plays at resorts, clubs and restaurants throughout the Four Corners area. Terry’s musical roots are classic rock, but after living in Colorado for some time he can also do a full night of country music. He can also mix in some blues, reggae, contemporary rock and his own original compositions. Terry also has an excellent three piece band that plays a wide variety of music
Virtual film screening of 'Silverton Gold'
5:30pm / Center of Southwest Studies at Fort Lewis College
The Center of Southwest Studies at Fort Lewis College will host a FREE Zoom film screening.   Pre-registration is required, please visit https://cswsexhibitappointments.as.me/SilvertonGold   In describing the film, documentarian Sean Owen says “’Silverton Gold’ explores the transition from mining town to tourism/ recreation based economy and the tension between development and preservation, while telling the story of the fortitude, toughness and perseverance of the people of Silverton, Colorado.”   Owen is an independent filmmaker based in Durango, Colorado. His most recent film “Tribal Radio” won Best Native American Documentary at the Santa Fe Film Festival in 2018. More of his filmography and bio can be found at http://seanwilderowen.com.   This program is a part of History Live! Durango, a series of events in September celebrating the humanities in Southwest Colorado. Full schedule of events can be found at https://coloradohumanities.org.   The Center of Southwest Studies, now in its fifty-sixth year, provides an active program of free public lectures and events year-round at its museum, research library, and archives facility on the campus of Fort Lewis College in Durango, Colorado. For more information, please contact the Center’s business office at 970-247-7456 or visit http://swcenter.fortlewis.edu
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