Events on this Day

 Wednesday, November 9th
The Art of Painting
10:00am / Durango Arts Center
Express yourself through painting and develop your artistic style in this inspiring class!   Come and join us each week when a variety of Painting Artists will teach special techniques through different painting mediums!   Students will be exposed to a variety of tips, tricks and techniques used in creating masterpieces in watercolor, acrylic, water-based oil paints, and pastels, while working with an experienced teacher to give them guidance along the way.   Beginners are welcome! This class is also perfect for students with previous painting experience or have taken this class before.
Green Business Roundtable
12:00pm / Powerhouse Science Center
Get inspired + enjoy delicious food and great company, all during your lunch hour. See you there!
Chocolate Tasting
5:00pm / Animas Chocolate & Coffee Co.
Learn more about what we're crafting at Animas Chocolate & Coffee Co., AND sample our incredible chocolate at our in-cafe chocolate tastings!    Join us every other Wednesday at 5:00 pm for a free, educational chocolate tasting. These tastings are designed to educate our staff or highlight in-house products we're currently developing, and we love to have the public join us!   No ticket or RSVP is necessary, simply join us in the cafe to sit in, enjoy some chocolate, and learn something new!
Live Music
5:00pm / Diamond Belle
Grab a drink, enjoy some food while listening to live music!
Live Music
5:00pm / The Office Spiritorium
At the historic Strater hotel!
Durango Bluegrass Meltdown Fall Fundraiser
6:00pm / Wild Horse Saloon
Join us for a night of fun and great bluegrass to help support the Durango Bluegrass Meltdown! Your $20 ticket includes a free Meltdown koozie and entry to the Wild Horse Saloon to watch four bluegrass bands! Come boogie to amazing bluegrass by La La Bones, Bluegrouse, Smelter Mountain Boys, and Tone Dog.
San Juan Basin Archaeological Society presentation
7:00pm / Fort Lewis Collage Lyceum
The San Juan Basin Archaeological Society invites the public to an in-person meeting on Wednesday, November 9th, at 7:00 p.m. in the Lyceum at the Center of Southwest Studies at Fort Lewis College. After a brief business meeting, Dr. Kelley Hays-Gilpin will present: "Ann Axtell Morris and the amazing story of early 20th century women archaeologists in the Southwest." The meeting and presentation will also be available on Zoom. See SJBAS.ORG for information.   Dr. Kelley Hays-Gilpin is the Edward Bridge Danson, Jr. Chair of Anthropology at the Museum of Northern Arizona and also Professor of Anthropology at Northern Arizona University. She holds a PhD in Anthropology from the University of Arizona, and has nearly 40 years of experience studying rock art, pottery, and other visual arts in the Southwest. Her current research focuses on the long-term histories and arts of Hopi and Zuni communities and their relationships with land and water. She is investigating culturally appropriate museum curation techniques in collaboration with Indigenous scholars, and planning new exhibits for MNA's galleries and publications about MNA's collections
Geeks Who Drink
8:00pm / The Roost
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