Events on this Day

 Saturday, October 3rd
Durango Farmers Market
9:00am / TBK Bank
Everything local by locals. Get the tastiest and freshest fruits, veggies, meats, breads, and cheeses available. Plus pick up useful and high quality handmade items from our local artisans. Grab a healthy breakfast, good coffee and more while enjoying live music and friendly folks all along the way*! It's the best place to be on a Saturday morning in Durango!
Kaiut Yoga Method
9:00am / Kaiut Yoga Durango
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.
The West Goes Pop - Exhibition
10:00am / Sorrel Sky Gallery
Meet artist Chuck Middlekauff. Chuck's work focuses on what cowboys do when they’re not chasing cows. Perched on fences, playing with a yo-yo or eating M&Ms, wearing dust-covered jeans and boots, their hats at an angle.    Show runs through October 31.
Live Music with Joel Racheff
5:30pm / The Office Spiritorium
Joel Racheff was born in Wyoming, raised in New Mexico, and has spent most of his adult life in good ol’ Durango. As a young man, Joel was and continues to be interested in many types of music. As an old man, Joel enjoys Jello, long naps, and babbling (not necessarily in that order). One of the many talents he brings to the Bar D Wranglers is-?. While trying to sing lead and harmony parts with the group, Joel lays down…the foundation on his upright bass. Joel’s family includes his lovely wife Patty and sons, “Thing One” & “Thing Two” (Ringo and Cody).
Live Music with Mat Rupnow
5:30pm / The Office Spiritorium
Matt Rupnow is a Singer/Songwriter who lives in Southwest Colorado. He is writing, recording and performing his unique blend of music he likes to call “Rocky Mountain Soul Music”. Matt is also a current and founding member of the Durango, Colorado based jam band Red Eyed Djinn. Matt performs his own music as well as an eclectic mix of favorites. His solo act features a variety of styles ranging from Country to Reggae, from Rock to Blues, to Motown, Soul and Funk. Matt also utilizes a looper in his solo shows to help create rhythms, melodies, and harmonies that blanket the sonic landscape with colorful sounds and inventive improvisations. Matt has spent years honing his style and playing in bands and has toured the country and Mexico with the Americana outfit and Tempe, Arizona based D.L. Marble Band. He also had the privilege of recording two studio albums in the D.L. Marble Band with producer Eric Ambel (formerly of Joan Jett and the Blackhearts) in his NYC studio Cowboy Technical Services and working with producer Rob Hill in L.A.
Halloween Ghost Tour
6:30pm / Kicks off at Toh-Atin gallery
Downtown Durango is saturated with paranormal activity. You don’t need to walk far to get your fill of ghost stories. This season we have condensed our regular ghost tour into this special Halloween one hour tour. The 900 block of Main Avenue was home to a plethora of saloons, dance halls, brothels, and gambling halls. It was the stomping ground for outlaws, gamblers, prostitutes, miners, and railroad workers. Late-night escapades, fueled by whiskey, resulted in many tragic events.   The tour kicks off at Toh-Atin gallery where you will hear the chilling story of an outlaw brought to justice by a vigilante mob. We will then explore what was once considered the saloon block. The ghost of the Sheriff still lingers in the place he was brutally murdered, a sporting girl still wanders a building where her throat was slashed, and a little boy still plays and runs around the halls of an old hotel where he’s eternally waiting for his mom. The grande finale is a tour of a truly haunted stretch of a historic underground tunnel. So come join us if you’re ready to get spooked!
San Juan Symphony Online Concert
7:30pm / San Juan Symphony
BLACK VOICES AND A BALLET FOR MARTHA   Jessie Montgomery, Voodoo Dolls  Bruce A. Russell, Linea Nigra for String Octet  Aaron Copland, Appalachian Spring: Suite for 13 Instruments   Aaron Copland wrote “A Ballet for Martha” in 1944. The wartime ensemble consisted of just 13 musicians, and the collaboration with Martha Graham resulted in Appalachian Spring, an iconic vision of American Shaker communities. The program also features music by Jessie Montgomery and Bruce A. Russell, two Black American composers whose voices resonate with the racial justice movement and introduce a season-long conversation about diversity and inclusivity in the performing arts.
Halloween Ghost Tour
8:00pm / Kicks off at Toh-Atin gallery
Downtown Durango is saturated with paranormal activity. You don’t need to walk far to get your fill of ghost stories. This season we have condensed our regular ghost tour into this special Halloween one hour tour. The 900 block of Main Avenue was home to a plethora of saloons, dance halls, brothels, and gambling halls. It was the stomping ground for outlaws, gamblers, prostitutes, miners, and railroad workers. Late-night escapades, fueled by whiskey, resulted in many tragic events.   The tour kicks off at Toh-Atin gallery where you will hear the chilling story of an outlaw brought to justice by a vigilante mob. We will then explore what was once considered the saloon block. The ghost of the Sheriff still lingers in the place he was brutally murdered, a sporting girl still wanders a building where her throat was slashed, and a little boy still plays and runs around the halls of an old hotel where he’s eternally waiting for his mom. The grande finale is a tour of a truly haunted stretch of a historic underground tunnel. So come join us if you’re ready to get spooked!
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