Events on this Day

 Thursday, April 1st
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time
12:00am / Fort Lewis College
Both poignant and funny, THE CURIOUS INCIDENT OF THE DOG IN THE NIGHT-TIME is based on the bestselling novel of the same name by Mark Haddon. Despite his overwhelming fear of interacting with people, Christopher, a mathematically-gifted autistic fifteen-year-old, sets out to solve the murder of a neighbor's dog and discovers unexpected truths about himself, his mother, and the world.    Streaming April 1 - 4, 2021. Streaming information coming soon at
Cardio / Strength Interval Class- Virtual on Zoom
9:00am / Virtual on Zoom
1st class FREE! A different virtual workout every time, this energizing class consists of aerobic intervals to improve cardiovascular endurance combined with strength training intervals, core and balance work. Common equipment is incorporated, modifications will be shown for those without equipment. Your instructor is Durango personal trainer Lynn Beck. Class is open to all. Multi class discount punch cards available. Please email for Zoom link.
Lotus Girls Spring Session
3:30pm / Seed Studio
Lotus Girls Spring After School Classes:  Art, Yoga & Mindfulness classes for girls ages 6-12 years begins Thursday March 25 - April 29 meets weekly 3:30-5pm
Forest & Fire Learning Series: Forest & Fire Management
6:00pm / Mountain Studies Institute Facebook page and YouTube channel
In preparation for Wildfire Awareness Month beginning in May, Mountain Studies Institute is gearing up for its 4th annual Forest & Fire Learning Series that will take place every Thursday in April 6-7pm. This livestream e-vent will feature a Q&A session following presentations intended to educate and engage our community on a variety of topics that include wildfire management, fire-adapted communities, the connection between wildfires and water, adaptations to the challenges of 2020, the chemistry of wildfire smoke and air quality, seasonal outlooks for 2021, and personal stories of living with fire.    The 1st in a series of 5 evening e-vents will kick off with a co-presentation from Shawna A. Legarza PsyD and Alison Layman on the topic of forest and fire management. They will begin with an overview of the National Cohesive Wildland Fire Management Strategy, explain the importance of building an efficient and effective wildfire response, and how to achieve a fire adapted community while maintaining and restoring landscapes. They will also update local efforts with CPAW (Community Planning Assistance for Wildfire) in La Plata County.    SPEAKERS   - Shawna A. Legarza, Psy.D.: Director of Emergency Management, La Plata County - Alison Layman: Planner I, La Plata County    We invite you to join the conversation, ask questions, and help to inform a community approach to living with fire!   Photo: Michael Remke
Southwest Colorado Community Forum
7:00pm / Virtual
You have great ideas and your neighbors want to hear them. How can we make vaccines more accessible in Southwest Colorado? What needs to happen to give us some relief from Covid-caused economic insecurity?   Join Colorado Working Families Party, the Colorado AFL-CIO, and United Today, Stronger Tomorrow to discuss everything and anything that's on your mind. Covid is putting physical distance between us, but we have the digital tools to strengthen our communities and ensure that no one is left behind. Our voices reach from Grand Junction, to Pueblo, to Trinidad, to Cortez. Together, we won’t be ignored. Let's talk, organize, and win!   Register here:
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