March 2020 Events

 Sunday, March 1st
Veterans Breakfast
9:00am / La Plata County Fairgrounds
Bring the family & support your local veterans! Dine from 9 AM to 11 AM for a donation of only $7 per person or $6 per veterans. All proceeds to benefit the local VFW Post 4031.
Free Books!
11:00am / Downtown Security Storage
Durango Book Rescue is giving away thousands of FREE books! Thank you for reading!
Traditional Irish Music Jam Session
12:30pm / The Irish Embassy Pub
Bring your instrument and join in or watch the live entertainment! Kids eat half price all day
Merely Players present Macbeth
2:00pm / Durango Arts Center
Shakespeare's Powerful Tragedy
Winds of the World Concert - Southwest Civic Winds
3:00pm / Community Concert Hall - Fort Lewis College
Under the baton of Dr. Christopher Huls of Ft. Lewis College, the Civic Winds will take audiences on an exploration of the best in symphonic band literature from around the world. We will travel on a musical journey to Russia, Japan, Mexico, Australia, and beyond. Let us be your guide!    Go to SouthwestCivicWinds.org for more details.    We look forward to seeing you there!
Two Hearts Wedding Experience
4:00pm / Doubletree Hotel Durango
The Two Hearts Wedding Experience, powered by Four Corners Expos, is the region’s best bridal show, featuring dozens of local exhibitors. With this concentrated exposure to all that the Four Corners area has to offer, you can literally Plan Your Day in a Day! There are representatives from every size and category of wedding business; from large department stores to local specialty shops.
 Monday, March 2nd
Cardio/Strength Interval Class
9:00am / Edgemont Highlands Community Lodge
Get a total body workout that focuses on tightening and toning with intervals of cardio and strength training. Exercises will use body weight and resistance bands (provided). Please bring a yoga mat for floor exercises. $10/class. Punch cards available
Happy Hour Yoga
5:30pm / Ska Brewing World HQ
Beat your case of the Mondays with a yoga session, hosted by our favorite yogi, and complementary pint. $10 = 1 hour yoga and 1 pint of beer. Yoga first. Please bring your mat.
Free Beginner Aikido Class
5:30pm / Mountain Middle School (Eva Reeder Room)
Discover a fun, challenging, and counter-intuitive martial art that teaches how to diffuse conflict or violence without adding conflict or violence. Aikido is often described as graceful. It certainly promotes body awareness and poise through continuous self-refinement. People across the age- and gender-spectrums are able and welcome to practice this transformative art. Wear comfortable, loose workout clothing.
Mindful Mondays
5:30pm / Horse Empower Ranch
Join Horse Empower and Leslie Smith Coaching for a 4-week mini-series focused on creating more clarity and connection in your day to day life. Through fun and powerful exercises with both, people and horses, we will help you to illuminate the blind spots of your thoughts, behaviors, and actions that keep you stuck, frustrated, and disconnected.   We will meet each Monday evening for 90 minutes. Sessions will include guided meditations, equine experiential education with fellow participants and horses, journaling, time in nature, and good old-fashioned belly laughter.   Dates: March 2, 9, 23, 30  Time: 6:00pm – 7:30 pm  Cost: $200.00 – Must commit to all 4 sessions as they are skill-building and the group dynamic depends on your participation. Payment in full by 2/26/2020, non-refundable unless you are able to fill your spot.
Aikido (for Adults, Beginners, and Beyond)
6:00pm / Mountain Middle School (Eva Reeder Room)
Every Monday and Wednesday night, Durango Shin-Budo Kai offers a 2-hour Aikido class open to advanced, intermediate, and beginning practitioners. Discover a fun, challenging, and counter-intuitive martial art that teaches how to diffuse conflict or violence without adding conflict or violence. People across the age- and gender-spectrums are able and welcome to practice this transformative art. Wear a gi or comfortable, loose workout clothing.
Beginning Swing Dance Class
6:30pm / The Smiley Building Room 15
A 6-Week Swing Series Starting February 24th!   In this six week series, we’ll guide you through a series of fun and easy swing moves so you can have fun on the dance floor - right away!   If you've never danced swing before or if you want to dust off those dancin' shoes and review your moves - this is the class for you!   Register and pay online:  https://www.sustainablehomeresource.com/offers/7DzWMMhS   Cash, Check accepted  Please email SocialDance.Kristina@gmail.com to secure your spot.
Intermediate Swing - 6 Week Series
7:30pm / The Smiley Building Room 15
A 6-Week Swing Series Starting February 24th! 7:30 PM   Swing 2 will build upon the moves and skills learned in Swing 1. We'll learn 6-count, triple-step swing, 8-count rhythms, and moving back and forth between the two. These moves will add lots of variety to your dancing "toolbox" and prepare you for learning Lindy Hop (Swing 3).   ***Swing 1 is a prerequisite for taking Swing 2. Please contact Kristina at SocialDance.Kristina@gmail.com for more information.   Register and secure your spot today with one of the following options:  Pay online with a credit card:   Use the link below to pay online and secure your spot : https://www.sustainablehomeresource.com/offers/eX4P5JzH   Pay with check or cash:  Please contact Kristina at SocialDance.Kristina@gmail.com to secure your spot and arrange payment. Thanks!
 Tuesday, March 3rd
Zumba Gold®
9:30am / Durango Senior Center
Zumba Gold® fuses Latin and World rhythms with easy to follow moves to create a dynamic fitness program that will leave you wanting more! Performed at a slower pace with lower impact, Zumba Gold® is perfect for beginning exercisers, Seniors, and anyone wanting major F U N at a less intense pace. Class is open to all-1st class free! Multi class discount punch cards available. *Class runs from 9:30-10:15 AM
Open Shop Day
12:00pm / Four Corners Gem & Mineral Club
The shop is a creative environment where other lapidary and jewelry artists generously share their knowledge, experience, techniques, and ideas. It is advisable to bring your own materials and hand tools if you have them. The Club offers an excellent variety of motorized tools, hand tools, and even some rough stone you may use to hone new skills.    Drop-ins and new members welcome. Experience is not necessary, however it is strongly recommended that new members attend a Shop Orientation that is held at 9:00 on the first Saturday of every month.    Anyone is welcome to join the Four Corners Gem & Mineral Club! Annual Membership fees are $30 per year for individuals and $45 per year for families (covers one or two adults and any children under 18 living in the same household)
La Plata Democrats March Luncheon!
12:00pm / DoubleTree Hotel
La Plata Dems on the Move is proud to announce the following speakers for our March luncheon: Guinn Unger, Indivisible Healthcare Committee; Monique DiGiorgio, Local First; James Iacino, 3rd Congressional District Candidate.   March Luncheon: Healthcare Solutions!  Health care has long been one of the most contentious political issues within the United States. Because of its remarkable complexity and controversial nature, many individuals remain uninformed or confused. This luncheon aims to dispel any myths you’ve been taught about our current healthcare system and clarify what our options are moving forward. Our three speakers have a lot to share!   Guinn Unger got involved with the ColoradoCare Amendment 69 campaign in 2016, and served as the regional coordinator for southwest Colorado. He served as co-chair for the Health Care and Senior Issues committee of Indivisible Durango. He was also elected to the Board of Directors for the La Plata Electric Association (LPEA) in 2017, and ran (unsuccessfully) for the Colorado state Senate District 6 seat in 2018.   Monique DiGiorgio is the Executive Director of Local First here in Durango. Monique was instrumental in founding the Chama Peak Land Alliance, a nonprofit organization of private land stewards in Durango’s backyard conserving open space, clean water, and abundant wildlife.    James Iacino is running for Scott Tipton’s seat as our United States Representative for Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District. His three key issues are economic mobility, affordable healthcare, and preserving public lands. He is the CEO of Seattle Fish Company, which has afforded him much success and publicity for his responsible sourcing and entrepreneurialism.    TICKETS: $20, scholarships available. Block tickets available at the door for $171 - that’s only $19 per lunch!   RSVP by emailing TheClubDems@gmail.com before February 27
Zumba®
1:15pm / Durango Community Recreation Center
Zumba® Once the Latin and World rhythms take over, you'll see why?Zumba®?Fitness classes are often called exercise in disguise..... A total workout combining all elements of fitness ? cardio, muscle conditioning, balance and flexibility, boosted energy and a serious dose of awesome! Your instructor is Durango personal trainer Lynn Beck. *Class runs from 1:15-2:15
Fly Tying 101
5:30pm / Duranglers Flies and Supplies
Our Fly Tying 101 is a great introduction to the life long pursuit of fly tying if you’ve always wanted to learn to tie your own flies but don’t know where to start. We are now offering Fly Tying 101 as a FREE introductory lesson, with expert instruction and all tools/materials supplied. In this class you will learn starting a fly, wrapping thread, attaching and wrapping materials, and tying off a fly. Any flies tied by you are yours to take home and use yourself!   Tying your own flies is a great way to learn more about what is going on in a river and help you become a more successful fisherman.   Although this class is free, pre-registration is still required and spots are limited. Please give us a call at 970-385-4081 to reserve a spot!
Trivia Factory
6:30pm / The Roost
This trivia platform will be fun and friendly for the younger Durango crowd. Come challenge your minds, have some great food and drinks and win some great prizes that include Gift Cards to The Roost, Cuckoos and Animas City Theatre! Less
Open Shop Night
6:30pm / Four Corners Gem & Mineral Club
The shop is a creative environment where other lapidary and jewelry artists generously share their knowledge, experience, techniques, and ideas. It is advisable to bring your own materials and hand tools if you have them. The Club offers an excellent variety of motorized tools, hand tools, and even some rough stone you may use to hone new skills.    Drop-ins and new members welcome. Experience is not necessary, however it is strongly recommended that new members attend a Shop Orientation that is held at 9:00 on the first Saturday of every month.    Anyone is welcome to join the Four Corners Gem & Mineral Club! Annual Membership fees are $30 per year for individuals and $45 per year for families (covers one or two adults and any children under 18 living in the same household)
Open Studio Figure Drawing
6:30pm / Durango Arts Center
Bring your own art supplies to our Education Studio and discover two hours of intense drawing with a live model. No instructor, this is an open studio. First and third Tuesday of each month.    Drop-In $20
Salsa/Latin Dance Night
8:00pm / Wild Horse Saloon
Join is for the BEST Latin Dance Night in the Four Corners! Hot beats, fun atmosphere, dancing, cold drinks, great vibes!!
 Wednesday, March 4th
Open Shop Day
10:00am / Four Corners Gem & Mineral Club
The shop is a creative environment where other lapidary and jewelry artists generously share their knowledge, experience, techniques, and ideas. It is advisable to bring your own materials and hand tools if you have them. The Club offers an excellent variety of motorized tools, hand tools, and even some rough stone you may use to hone new skills.    Drop-ins and new members welcome. Experience is not necessary, however it is strongly recommended that new members attend a Shop Orientation that is held at 9:00 on the first Saturday of every month.    Anyone is welcome to join the Four Corners Gem & Mineral Club! Annual Membership fees are $30 per year for individuals and $45 per year for families (covers one or two adults and any children under 18 living in the same household)
Zumba Gold®
3:15pm / Durango Community Recreation Center
Zumba Gold® fuses Latin and World rhythms with easy to follow moves to create a dynamic fitness program that will leave you wanting more! Performed at a slower pace with lower impact, Zumba Gold® is perfect for beginning exercisers, Seniors, and anyone wanting major F U N at a less intense pace. Class is open to all-1st class free! Multi class discount punch cards available. *Class runs from 9:30-10:15 AM
Wax It Wednedays!
4:00pm / Ska Brewing World HQ
Ska & 2nd Ave. Sports presents Wax It Wednesdays at Ska Brewing World HQ! Join us February 5 & 19 and March 4 & 18 for to get a ski or snowboard wax and a Ska pint for $15.
15th Durango Independent Film Festival
4:00pm / Animas Chocolate Company
Join us as we celebrate the art of independent film at the Durango Independent Film Festival taking place March 4 - March 8, 2020.    The Festival provides many opportunities to connect with visiting filmmakers and VIP's. This festival showcases are genres of independent film. Free events during the festival are Coffee Talk with Filmmakers at R Space and Panels & Workshops and Free Movie Night on opening night. Sell-outs are almost a thing of the past with double screenings at the Gaslight and Durango Stadium 9 theatres.   Passes are the way to go but tickets can be purchased at the venues prior to show, depending on availability. Venues include Animas City Theatre, Gaslight and Durango Stadium 9.
Durango Diaries: Alternative living structures
6:00pm / Durango Public Library
People who have lived off the grid, in yurts, teepees and tiny homes will share the stories of why they opted to live in nontraditional ways.   Storytellers include:  David Siegris, lives in a yurt   Katrina Blair, has lived in a teepee   Shana Little, lives in a tiny house  
Aikido (for Adults, Beginners, and Beyond)
6:00pm / Mountain Middle School (Eva Reeder Room)
Every Monday and Wednesday night, Durango Shin-Budo Kai offers a 2-hour Aikido class open to advanced, intermediate, and beginning practitioners. Discover a fun, challenging, and counter-intuitive martial art that teaches how to diffuse conflict or violence without adding conflict or violence. People across the age- and gender-spectrums are able and welcome to practice this transformative art. Wear a gi or comfortable, loose workout clothing.
15th Durango Independent Film Festival
6:00pm / Animas City Theatre, Gaslight Twin, Durango Stadium 9
Celebrate the art of independent film at the annual Durango Independent Film Festival This 5-day film festival starts with free movie night on Wednesday, March 4 at the Gaslight and Animas City Theatres. Free Coffee Talk with Filmmakers and Panels take place during the festival. Showing over 110 films during the festival. Passes are available to purchase online at durangofilm.org. Individual tickets to screenings go on sale 15 minutes prior to show. Check out the festival schedule and film guide at https://durangofilm.org/20-20-schedule/ . Family program will screen on Saturday and Sunday festival week.
Pub Quiz
6:30pm / The Irish Embassy Pub
Come join us! Weekly prizes!
Donny McCaslin Trio
7:30pm / Fort Lewis College Community Concert Hall
A graduate of the Berklee School of Music, Donny McCaslin began playing the saxophone during his early childhood years. While perhaps best recognized for his contributions to Blackstar, David Bowie's final studio album, McCaslin's comprehensive approach to jazz as a popular American music genre is vast and mesmerizing. Throughout his extensive career his repertoire has integrated the full range of sounds that a tenor sax can produce: from funky fusion to mainstream modern, to laid-back balmy ballads, all flavored with his own experimental style.
Open Mic Night
7:30pm / The Roost
Seeking local musicians, comedians and poets to join us for Open Mic Night at The Roost every Wednesday. Sign up is at 7:30pm and performances begin at 8:00. All performers will receive a free drink. We have limited space for full bands, so please limit music to acoustic or please contact us to arrange anything else
 Thursday, March 5th
Cardio/Strength Interval Class
9:00am / Edgemont Highlands Community Lodge
A different workout every time, this energizing class consists of aerobic intervals to improve cardiovascular endurance combined with strength training intervals, core and balance work. Equipment provided, please bring a yoga mat for floor exercises. Your instructor is Durango personal trainer Lynn Beck. Class is open to all-1st class free! Multi class discount punch cards available.
15th Durango Independent Film Festival
9:00am / Animas City Theatre, Gaslight Twin, Durango Stadium 9
Celebrate the art of independent film at the annual Durango Independent Film Festival This 5-day film festival starts with free movie night on Wednesday, March 4 at the Gaslight and Animas City Theatres. Free Coffee Talk with Filmmakers and Panels take place during the festival. Showing over 110 films during the festival. Passes are available to purchase online at durangofilm.org. Individual tickets to screenings go on sale 15 minutes prior to show. Check out the festival schedule and film guide at https://durangofilm.org/20-20-schedule/ . Family program will screen on Saturday and Sunday festival week.
Open Shop Day
10:00am / Four Corners Gem & Mineral Club
The shop is a creative environment where other lapidary and jewelry artists generously share their knowledge, experience, techniques, and ideas. It is advisable to bring your own materials and hand tools if you have them. The Club offers an excellent variety of motorized tools, hand tools, and even some rough stone you may use to hone new skills.    Drop-ins and new members welcome. Experience is not necessary, however it is strongly recommended that new members attend a Shop Orientation that is held at 9:00 on the first Saturday of every month.    Anyone is welcome to join the Four Corners Gem & Mineral Club! Annual Membership fees are $30 per year for individuals and $45 per year for families (covers one or two adults and any children under 18 living in the same household)
Zumba®
1:15pm / Durango Community Recreation Center
Zumba® Once the Latin and World rhythms take over, you'll see why?Zumba®?Fitness classes are often called exercise in disguise..... A total workout combining all elements of fitness ? cardio, muscle conditioning, balance and flexibility, boosted energy and a serious dose of awesome! Your instructor is Durango personal trainer Lynn Beck. *Class runs from 1:15-2:15
Seven Rivers Farmers Market
2:30pm / Powerhouse Science Center
The bi-weekly indoor market features farmers and vendors from the area selling poultry, meat, cheese, eggs, jams and jellies, pickles, baked goods, honey, pottery, skincare, and crafts.
Thursday Afternoon Jazz with the Gypsy Swing Duo
4:00pm / Sorrel Sky Gallery
Stop by Sorrel Sky Gallery on Thursdays from 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm and enjoy the sounds of gypsy jazz music from JR Cook and Mark Simmons. AND… while you are here, take a look at the work of our world-class artists! Each Thursday through March 26, 2020.
Live Music: Dreem Machine
5:00pm / Ska Brewing World HQ
Local electric, psychedelic power trio. $4 mainline pints. Food specials from The Container.
Chocolate and Wine Tasting
5:00pm / Animas Chocolate Company
Join the Women's Resource Center to kick off the celebration of Women's History Month at Animas Chocolate Company for a delicious chocolate and wine tasting. Come show your support for the 100 Year Anniversary of the 19th Amendment - Women's Right to Vote!
One-Man Jewelry Show and Native American Film Reception featuring Ray Tracey
5:30pm / Sorrel Sky Gallery
A one-man show featuring the creations of Navajo jeweler Ray Tracey coincides with the 15th Annual Durango Independent Film Festival. One of today’s most recognized contemporary Navajo jewelers, Ray maintains his rootedness to Navajo jewelry tradition while experimenting with and embracing contemporary designs and techniques. “As I have gotten older, life has become more dear to me. I am now more in tune with intangible sources for my inspiration.” Ray will be attending the Native American Film Reception on March 5th from 5-7:30 pm. A wide variety of his work is available year-round at the gallery.
Open Mic Night
6:00pm / Eno Cocktail Lounge and Wine Bar
Eno's Weekly Open Mic Night is happening from 6-8pm! Come with your guitar, your voice, some friends, or just you and listen to some local artists!
Ryan Chrys & The Roughcuts
6:00pm / Ernie's 11th Street Station
Modern outlaw country from Denver, CO. Currently on tour promoting their album, Western Abyss. Nominated in the 2018 Ameripolitan Music Awards for “Best Outlaw Group.” Praised for their songwriting and known for their love of old country and blazing guitars. They’ve shared the stage with Dwight Yoakam, Blackberry Smoke, Shooter Jennings, The Marshall Tucker Band, Junior Brown and more.
Powerhouse Trivia Night
6:30pm / The Powerhouse
Get ready to flex those memory muscles at Powerhouse Trivia from 6:30pm - 8:30pm. Sponsored by Carver Brewing, our trivia consists of four rounds of questions and always includes one scientific round. Assemble your team or come solo and join one, get focused with a few local brews, and compete against some of the brightest minds around. $5 suggested team donations.
Open Shop Night
6:30pm / Four Corners Gem & Mineral Club
The shop is a creative environment where other lapidary and jewelry artists generously share their knowledge, experience, techniques, and ideas. It is advisable to bring your own materials and hand tools if you have them. The Club offers an excellent variety of motorized tools, hand tools, and even some rough stone you may use to hone new skills.    Drop-ins and new members welcome. Experience is not necessary, however it is strongly recommended that new members attend a Shop Orientation that is held at 9:00 on the first Saturday of every month.    Anyone is welcome to join the Four Corners Gem & Mineral Club! Annual Membership fees are $30 per year for individuals and $45 per year for families (covers one or two adults and any children under 18 living in the same household)
Free Beer Bingo
8:00pm / The Roost
Come play Beer Bingo every Thursday Night at The Roost for your chance to win great prizes! There will be swag giveaways and some prizes include free drink and food to Cuckoo's Chicken House, The Roost and Animas City Theatre!
 Friday, March 6th
15th Durango Independent Film Festival
9:00am / Various locations
Join us as we celebrate the art of independent film at the Durango Independent Film Festival taking place March 4 - March 8, 2020.    The Festival provides many opportunities to connect with visiting filmmakers and VIP's. This festival showcases are genres of independent film. Free events during the festival are Coffee Talk with Filmmakers at R Space and Panels & Workshops and Free Movie Night on opening night. Sell-outs are almost a thing of the past with double screenings at the Gaslight and Durango Stadium 9 theatres.   Passes are the way to go but tickets can be purchased at the venues prior to show, depending on availability. Venues include Animas City Theatre, Gaslight and Durango Stadium 9.
Zumba Gold®
9:30am / Durango Senior Center
Zumba Gold® fuses Latin and World rhythms with easy to follow moves to create a dynamic fitness program that will leave you wanting more! Performed at a slower pace with lower impact, Zumba Gold® is perfect for beginning exercisers, Seniors, and anyone wanting major F U N at a less intense pace. Class is open to all-1st class free! Multi class discount punch cards available. *Class runs from 9:30-10:15 AM
Lead With 2020 Vision
12:30pm / Horse Empower
Map Out Your Trail to Success!   If you don’t know where you’re going…how are you going to get there? Join EAL facilitator Kim Hardesty, her equine partners, and Leadership Coach Suzanne Phare of Real Ideal Coaching in this 3-part workshop series where we will explore and define your Leadership values, identity, and goals — as we map your journey to destination success!   Dates: Three Consecutive Fridays 2/21, 2/28, 3/6  Time: 12:30-3:00pm  Cost: $270 per person  3 sessions, pay in advance. Non-refundable, but transferrable.
The Badly Bent at the Distillery
6:00pm / Durango Craft Spirits
Live music from 6-8pm in The Tasting Room
Durango Choral Society Presents: Viva the Good Life!
7:00pm / First United Methodist Church
What better way to celebrate the good life than with music and friends in a beautiful place? Join the Durango Choral Society, Durango Women's Choir, and special guests the Telluride Chamber Choir as we perform music ranging from heart-warming love songs to rousing spirituals and even Leonard Bernstein!
Ecstatic Dance
7:00pm / VFW Hall
Ecstatic Dance Durango is a free form dance party happening every Friday, rooted in the intention of a safe, sacred, and fun experience for all! Set to the soundscape of a different DJ every week, live mixing music from around the world, it is an expressive and accepting atmosphere, invoking deep journeys into self-awareness, spirit, and connections with others.   NO SHOES. NO BOOZE. JUST DANCE.    *healthy delights from Estrela Epicure Cafe    *massage by Amaya Natural Therapeutics    *free samples from Sarvaa Superfoods    *live music sound bath from a different artist each week    ALL AGES (under 13 free)  $10 - $25 sliding scale  $5 student
 Saturday, March 7th
15th Durango Independent Film Festival
9:00am / Various locations
Join us as we celebrate the art of independent film at the Durango Independent Film Festival taking place March 4 - March 8, 2020.    The Festival provides many opportunities to connect with visiting filmmakers and VIP's. This festival showcases are genres of independent film. Free events during the festival are Coffee Talk with Filmmakers at R Space and Panels & Workshops and Free Movie Night on opening night. Sell-outs are almost a thing of the past with double screenings at the Gaslight and Durango Stadium 9 theatres.   Passes are the way to go but tickets can be purchased at the venues prior to show, depending on availability. Venues include Animas City Theatre, Gaslight and Durango Stadium 9.
Roll the Dice, Win A Harley!
10:00am / Durango Harley-Davidson
Every Saturday in March at Durango Harley-Davidson, roll the dice for a chance to win a 2020 Harley-Davidson Street Glide Special!   Details:  - Dates of promotion: Saturdays, March 7, 14, 21, 28  - Promotion begins at 10AM and lasts until we reach 100 rollers each day  - Each person is allowed one roll per day. They can roll once each Saturday (four total rolls)  - Must be at least 16 to roll the dice. (If a minor rolls and wins, their parents get the prize)  - Roller must roll six dice that land on the letters H A R L E Y to win the bike.   - FREE to participate
Fly Fishing 101
12:00pm / Duranglers Flies and Supplies
Our Fly Fishing 101 class is based on the Orvis 101 Fly Fishing class and is free to attend. Please call or stop by the shop to sign up.   Learn all the basics to get you out on the water. Instruction in gear needed, knots, basic fly selection and casting instruction. Everything you need to get out on the water and give fly fishing a try.   Call us at 970-385-4081. There is no cost for the 101 class.
Durango Choral Society Presents: Viva the Good Life!
2:00pm / First United Methodist Church
What better way to celebrate the good life than with music and friends in a beautiful place? Join the Durango Choral Society, Durango Women's Choir, and special guests the Telluride Chamber Choir as we perform music ranging from heart-warming love songs to rousing spirituals and even Leonard Bernstein!
 Sunday, March 8th
15th Durango Independent Film Festival
9:00am / Various locations
Join us as we celebrate the art of independent film at the Durango Independent Film Festival taking place March 4 - March 8, 2020.    The Festival provides many opportunities to connect with visiting filmmakers and VIP's. This festival showcases are genres of independent film. Free events during the festival are Coffee Talk with Filmmakers at R Space and Panels & Workshops and Free Movie Night on opening night. Sell-outs are almost a thing of the past with double screenings at the Gaslight and Durango Stadium 9 theatres.   Passes are the way to go but tickets can be purchased at the venues prior to show, depending on availability. Venues include Animas City Theatre, Gaslight and Durango Stadium 9.
Traditional Irish Music Jam Session
12:30pm / The Irish Embassy Pub
Bring your instrument and join in or watch the live entertainment! Kids eat half price all day
Durango Bach Festival Student Recital
2:00pm / St. Marks Episcopal Church
Our 13th year! Nine concerts of the music of J. S. Bach, including Bach&aposs Lunch: Noon concerts Monday through Friday followed by lunch. Purchase a festival pass and save! Visit the festival website at DurangoBachFestival.com. The Festival kicks off with two student recitals on Sunday, March 8 at 2:00 and 4:00 p.m. $5 admission at the door.
Durango Bach Festival Student Recital
4:00pm / St. Marks Episcopal Church
Our 13th year! Nine concerts of the music of J. S. Bach, including Bach&aposs Lunch: Noon concerts Monday through Friday followed by lunch. Purchase a festival pass and save! Visit the festival website at DurangoBachFestival.com. The Festival kicks off with two student recitals on Sunday, March 8 at 2:00 and 4:00 p.m. $5 admission at the door.
 Monday, March 9th
Cardio/Strength Interval Class
9:00am / Edgemont Highlands Community Lodge
Get a total body workout that focuses on tightening and toning with intervals of cardio and strength training. Exercises will use body weight and resistance bands (provided). Please bring a yoga mat for floor exercises. $10/class. Punch cards available
Durango Bach Festival - Bach's Lunch
12:00pm / St. Marks Episcopal Church
Our 13th year! Nine concerts of the music of J. S. Bach, including Bach's Lunch: Noon concerts Monday through Friday followed by lunch. Purchase a festival pass and save!    Visit the festival website at DurangoBachFestival.com.
Happy Hour Yoga
5:30pm / Ska Brewing World HQ
Beat your case of the Mondays with a yoga session, hosted by our favorite yogi, and complementary pint. $10 = 1 hour yoga and 1 pint of beer. Yoga first. Please bring your mat.
Mindful Mondays
5:30pm / Horse Empower Ranch
Join Horse Empower and Leslie Smith Coaching for a 4-week mini-series focused on creating more clarity and connection in your day to day life. Through fun and powerful exercises with both, people and horses, we will help you to illuminate the blind spots of your thoughts, behaviors, and actions that keep you stuck, frustrated, and disconnected.   We will meet each Monday evening for 90 minutes. Sessions will include guided meditations, equine experiential education with fellow participants and horses, journaling, time in nature, and good old-fashioned belly laughter.   Dates: March 2, 9, 23, 30  Time: 6:00pm – 7:30 pm  Cost: $200.00 – Must commit to all 4 sessions as they are skill-building and the group dynamic depends on your participation. Payment in full by 2/26/2020, non-refundable unless you are able to fill your spot.
Aikido (for Adults, Beginners, and Beyond)
6:00pm / Mountain Middle School (Eva Reeder Room)
Every Monday and Wednesday night, Durango Shin-Budo Kai offers a 2-hour Aikido class open to advanced, intermediate, and beginning practitioners. Discover a fun, challenging, and counter-intuitive martial art that teaches how to diffuse conflict or violence without adding conflict or violence. People across the age- and gender-spectrums are able and welcome to practice this transformative art. Wear a gi or comfortable, loose workout clothing.
Discover Your Hidden Food Sensitivities Group Visit
6:00pm / Olea Wellness Center
Bloating, diarrhea/constipation, abdominal pain, belching, excess gas, fatigue, low energy, brain fog, headaches, poor immune function, thyroid issues, autoimmunity, skin issues like eczema, and joint pain can be symptoms of hidden food sensitivities. Unlike IgE mediated food allergies - think peanut allergy that instantly causes your throat to swell up, IgG and IgA mediated food sensitivities result in delayed and subtle responses that can be hard to detect. By testing for antibodies to certain foods and then eliminating them from the diet, many experience relief from their symptoms.    Why Group Visits: They allow for more in depth education and discussion about specific health topics and are an affordable option for anyone looking for a targeted treatment.    Group Visit Format: Prior to meeting, please stop by Olea Wellness Center to pick up a test kit that contains everything you will need to collect a sample. You will use an auto-lancet to prick your finger to collect a few spots of blood on a card. A paid shipping envelope will be provided to return the test sample to US Biotek. In 5-10 business days, the results will be provided to Dr. Maly. Each participant will receive a 15-minute consult over the phone to review results. During the 1-hr group visit, there will be discussion about the science behind food sensitivities, how to properly do an elimination diet and create an action plan to heal the gut lining.   *Group visits require a minimum of 6 participants and maximum of 10*   COST: Test Kit $159.00 + Group Visit Consult: $125 (may be paid for with HSA/FSA dollars & does not include supplements)
Beginning Swing Dance Class
6:30pm / The Smiley Building Room 15
A 6-Week Swing Series Starting February 24th!   In this six week series, we’ll guide you through a series of fun and easy swing moves so you can have fun on the dance floor - right away!   If you've never danced swing before or if you want to dust off those dancin' shoes and review your moves - this is the class for you!   Register and pay online:  https://www.sustainablehomeresource.com/offers/7DzWMMhS   Cash, Check accepted  Please email SocialDance.Kristina@gmail.com to secure your spot.
Pilobolus - Come to Your Senses
7:30pm / Fort Lewis College Community Concert Hall
After nearly 50 years, Pilobolus Dance Theatre remains a major American dance company of international influence. Pilobolus, with its unique vision of modern dance, stretches the boundaries of human movement with a dazzling mix of humor, intelligence, physical invention and raw athleticism. The troupe’s collaborative choreographic process and unique weight-sharing approach to partnering gives the company a non-traditional powerful set of skills from which to create “dance.” Pilobolus brings a new show, “Come to Your Senses,” that combines dance, video and theater to create a journey through diverse worlds.
Intermediate Swing - 6 Week Series
7:30pm / The Smiley Building Room 15
A 6-Week Swing Series Starting February 24th! 7:30 PM   Swing 2 will build upon the moves and skills learned in Swing 1. We'll learn 6-count, triple-step swing, 8-count rhythms, and moving back and forth between the two. These moves will add lots of variety to your dancing "toolbox" and prepare you for learning Lindy Hop (Swing 3).   ***Swing 1 is a prerequisite for taking Swing 2. Please contact Kristina at SocialDance.Kristina@gmail.com for more information.   Register and secure your spot today with one of the following options:  Pay online with a credit card:   Use the link below to pay online and secure your spot : https://www.sustainablehomeresource.com/offers/eX4P5JzH   Pay with check or cash:  Please contact Kristina at SocialDance.Kristina@gmail.com to secure your spot and arrange payment. Thanks!
 Tuesday, March 10th
Zumba Gold®
9:30am / Durango Senior Center
Zumba Gold® fuses Latin and World rhythms with easy to follow moves to create a dynamic fitness program that will leave you wanting more! Performed at a slower pace with lower impact, Zumba Gold® is perfect for beginning exercisers, Seniors, and anyone wanting major F U N at a less intense pace. Class is open to all-1st class free! Multi class discount punch cards available. *Class runs from 9:30-10:15 AM
Open Shop Day
12:00pm / Four Corners Gem & Mineral Club
The shop is a creative environment where other lapidary and jewelry artists generously share their knowledge, experience, techniques, and ideas. It is advisable to bring your own materials and hand tools if you have them. The Club offers an excellent variety of motorized tools, hand tools, and even some rough stone you may use to hone new skills.    Drop-ins and new members welcome. Experience is not necessary, however it is strongly recommended that new members attend a Shop Orientation that is held at 9:00 on the first Saturday of every month.    Anyone is welcome to join the Four Corners Gem & Mineral Club! Annual Membership fees are $30 per year for individuals and $45 per year for families (covers one or two adults and any children under 18 living in the same household)
Durango Bach Festival - Bach's Lunch
12:00pm / St. Marks Episcopal Church
Our 13th year! Nine concerts of the music of J. S. Bach, including Bach's Lunch: Noon concerts Monday through Friday followed by lunch. Purchase a festival pass and save!    Visit the festival website at DurangoBachFestival.com.
Zumba®
1:15pm / Durango Community Recreation Center
Zumba® Once the Latin and World rhythms take over, you'll see why?Zumba®?Fitness classes are often called exercise in disguise..... A total workout combining all elements of fitness ? cardio, muscle conditioning, balance and flexibility, boosted energy and a serious dose of awesome! Your instructor is Durango personal trainer Lynn Beck. *Class runs from 1:15-2:15
Trivia Factory
6:30pm / The Roost
This trivia platform will be fun and friendly for the younger Durango crowd. Come challenge your minds, have some great food and drinks and win some great prizes that include Gift Cards to The Roost, Cuckoos and Animas City Theatre! Less
Open Shop Night
6:30pm / Four Corners Gem & Mineral Club
The shop is a creative environment where other lapidary and jewelry artists generously share their knowledge, experience, techniques, and ideas. It is advisable to bring your own materials and hand tools if you have them. The Club offers an excellent variety of motorized tools, hand tools, and even some rough stone you may use to hone new skills.    Drop-ins and new members welcome. Experience is not necessary, however it is strongly recommended that new members attend a Shop Orientation that is held at 9:00 on the first Saturday of every month.    Anyone is welcome to join the Four Corners Gem & Mineral Club! Annual Membership fees are $30 per year for individuals and $45 per year for families (covers one or two adults and any children under 18 living in the same household)
Salsa/Latin Dance Night
8:00pm / Wild Horse Saloon
Join is for the BEST Latin Dance Night in the Four Corners! Hot beats, fun atmosphere, dancing, cold drinks, great vibes!!
 Wednesday, March 11th
Open Shop Day
10:00am / Four Corners Gem & Mineral Club
The shop is a creative environment where other lapidary and jewelry artists generously share their knowledge, experience, techniques, and ideas. It is advisable to bring your own materials and hand tools if you have them. The Club offers an excellent variety of motorized tools, hand tools, and even some rough stone you may use to hone new skills.    Drop-ins and new members welcome. Experience is not necessary, however it is strongly recommended that new members attend a Shop Orientation that is held at 9:00 on the first Saturday of every month.    Anyone is welcome to join the Four Corners Gem & Mineral Club! Annual Membership fees are $30 per year for individuals and $45 per year for families (covers one or two adults and any children under 18 living in the same household)
Durango Bach Festival - Bach's Lunch
12:00pm / St. Marks Episcopal Church
Our 13th year! Nine concerts of the music of J. S. Bach, including Bach's Lunch: Noon concerts Monday through Friday followed by lunch. Purchase a festival pass and save!    Visit the festival website at DurangoBachFestival.com.
Zumba Gold®
3:15pm / Durango Community Recreation Center
Zumba Gold® fuses Latin and World rhythms with easy to follow moves to create a dynamic fitness program that will leave you wanting more! Performed at a slower pace with lower impact, Zumba Gold® is perfect for beginning exercisers, Seniors, and anyone wanting major F U N at a less intense pace. Class is open to all-1st class free! Multi class discount punch cards available. *Class runs from 9:30-10:15 AM
Aikido (for Adults, Beginners, and Beyond)
6:00pm / Mountain Middle School (Eva Reeder Room)
Every Monday and Wednesday night, Durango Shin-Budo Kai offers a 2-hour Aikido class open to advanced, intermediate, and beginning practitioners. Discover a fun, challenging, and counter-intuitive martial art that teaches how to diffuse conflict or violence without adding conflict or violence. People across the age- and gender-spectrums are able and welcome to practice this transformative art. Wear a gi or comfortable, loose workout clothing.
Pub Quiz
6:30pm / The Irish Embassy Pub
Come join us! Weekly prizes!
Durango Bach Festival - Midweek Concert
7:00pm / St. Marks Episcopal Church
Our 13th year! Nine concerts of the music of J. S. Bach, including the midweek concert, featuring the Durango Chamber Singers. Purchase a festival pass and save!    Visit the festival website at DurangoBachFestival.com.
Open Mic Night
7:30pm / The Roost
Seeking local musicians, comedians and poets to join us for Open Mic Night at The Roost every Wednesday. Sign up is at 7:30pm and performances begin at 8:00. All performers will receive a free drink. We have limited space for full bands, so please limit music to acoustic or please contact us to arrange anything else
 Thursday, March 12th
Cardio/Strength Interval Class
9:00am / Edgemont Highlands Community Lodge
A different workout every time, this energizing class consists of aerobic intervals to improve cardiovascular endurance combined with strength training intervals, core and balance work. Equipment provided, please bring a yoga mat for floor exercises. Your instructor is Durango personal trainer Lynn Beck. Class is open to all-1st class free! Multi class discount punch cards available.
Open Shop Day
10:00am / Four Corners Gem & Mineral Club
The shop is a creative environment where other lapidary and jewelry artists generously share their knowledge, experience, techniques, and ideas. It is advisable to bring your own materials and hand tools if you have them. The Club offers an excellent variety of motorized tools, hand tools, and even some rough stone you may use to hone new skills.    Drop-ins and new members welcome. Experience is not necessary, however it is strongly recommended that new members attend a Shop Orientation that is held at 9:00 on the first Saturday of every month.    Anyone is welcome to join the Four Corners Gem & Mineral Club! Annual Membership fees are $30 per year for individuals and $45 per year for families (covers one or two adults and any children under 18 living in the same household)
Durango Regional Job Fair
12:00pm / La Plata County Fairgrounds Exhibit Hall
Job seekers will have the opportunity to meet dozens of area employers and interview for some of the jobs on the spot! Each employer will have a table in the Main Exhibit Hall with information on available positions. Some will be taking interviews at this event, others will schedule an interview later at their location. This is a quick way to meet and greet job candidates in person and get the right person hired for your company.
Durango Bach Festival - Bach's Lunch
12:00pm / St. Marks Episcopal Church
Our 13th year! Nine concerts of the music of J. S. Bach, including Bach's Lunch: Noon concerts Monday through Friday followed by lunch. Purchase a festival pass and save!    Visit the festival website at DurangoBachFestival.com.
Zumba®
1:15pm / Durango Community Recreation Center
Zumba® Once the Latin and World rhythms take over, you'll see why?Zumba®?Fitness classes are often called exercise in disguise..... A total workout combining all elements of fitness ? cardio, muscle conditioning, balance and flexibility, boosted energy and a serious dose of awesome! Your instructor is Durango personal trainer Lynn Beck. *Class runs from 1:15-2:15
Thursday Afternoon Jazz with the Gypsy Swing Duo
4:00pm / Sorrel Sky Gallery
Stop by Sorrel Sky Gallery on Thursdays from 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm and enjoy the sounds of gypsy jazz music from JR Cook and Mark Simmons. AND… while you are here, take a look at the work of our world-class artists! Each Thursday through March 26, 2020.
Live Music: Sunny & The Whiskey Machine
5:00pm / Ska Brewing World HQ
Local Bluegrass. $4 mainline pints. Food specials from The Container.
Women in Business 2020
5:30pm / Powerhouse Science Center
Welcome to the 2020 awards ceremony and magazine unveiling for Southwest Colorado Women in Business. This annual event honors 10 women who work in La Plata and Montezuma counties. Come and meet our honorees and hear from these inspirational women. Light appetizers will be served and there is a cash bar.    Tickets are $10 and are available at The Journal and The Durango Herald.    To purchase tickets over the phone, there is a $1 surcharge. Please call 403-1965.
Free Open Fly Tying Night
6:00pm / Duranglers Flies and Supplies
Our Open Fly Tying Night is for any and all interested in fly tying.   Bring your own tools, materials, supplies, snacks, beverages and just tie! Although this is not an instruction night, there will still be plenty of learning from each other. This is a meeting of the minds: an excuse to get out of the house, get behind the vise, and have some fun with fellow tiers. If you’ve got an upcoming saltwater trip and some patterns you want to take…great!   This is a FREE event for who want to hang out and tie with other tiers. Equipment and materials will not be provided but we may be able to accommodate a few items or a vice if necessary.
Open Mic Night
6:00pm / Eno Cocktail Lounge and Wine Bar
Eno's Weekly Open Mic Night is happening from 6-8pm! Come with your guitar, your voice, some friends, or just you and listen to some local artists!
Durango Celtic Festival Ceilidh
6:30pm / Henry Strater Theatre
The Thursday Evening Ceilidh kicks off the Durango Celtic Festival with music, dancing and merriment, featuring Irish bands Realta & HighTime! Adult $25, Students $10. Tickets available at: www.durangocelticfestival.com Festival dates are March 12-14, 2020.
Open Shop Night
6:30pm / Four Corners Gem & Mineral Club
The shop is a creative environment where other lapidary and jewelry artists generously share their knowledge, experience, techniques, and ideas. It is advisable to bring your own materials and hand tools if you have them. The Club offers an excellent variety of motorized tools, hand tools, and even some rough stone you may use to hone new skills.    Drop-ins and new members welcome. Experience is not necessary, however it is strongly recommended that new members attend a Shop Orientation that is held at 9:00 on the first Saturday of every month.    Anyone is welcome to join the Four Corners Gem & Mineral Club! Annual Membership fees are $30 per year for individuals and $45 per year for families (covers one or two adults and any children under 18 living in the same household)
Free Beer Bingo
8:00pm / The Roost
Come play Beer Bingo every Thursday Night at The Roost for your chance to win great prizes! There will be swag giveaways and some prizes include free drink and food to Cuckoo's Chicken House, The Roost and Animas City Theatre!
 Friday, March 13th
BID Coffee and Conversation Meeting
8:30am / TBK Bank
The Durango Business Improvement District holds a monthly meeting for business owners in the BID, and for anyone who wants to know about Downtown and North Main District happenings. The meeting is held monthly on the 2nd Friday, from 8:30 to 9:30 am, at TBK Bank in the Community Room.
Zumba Gold®
9:30am / Durango Senior Center
Zumba Gold® fuses Latin and World rhythms with easy to follow moves to create a dynamic fitness program that will leave you wanting more! Performed at a slower pace with lower impact, Zumba Gold® is perfect for beginning exercisers, Seniors, and anyone wanting major F U N at a less intense pace. Class is open to all-1st class free! Multi class discount punch cards available. *Class runs from 9:30-10:15 AM
Durango Bach Festival - Bach's Lunch
12:00pm / St. Marks Episcopal Church
Our 13th year! Nine concerts of the music of J. S. Bach, including Bach's Lunch: Noon concerts Monday through Friday followed by lunch. Purchase a festival pass and save!    Visit the festival website at DurangoBachFestival.com.
Durango Celtic Festival Friday Events
1:00pm / Henry Strater Theatre
Friday at the Durango Celtic Festival features Irish bands Realta and HighTime, and Scottish musician Ed Miller & Rich Brotherton. Also featured will be a showing of the movie "The Groove Is Not Trivial" by Alasdair Fraser. Workshops will be offered throughout the day.    For more info, go to www.durangocelticfestival.com. Festival dates are March 12-14, 2020.
Glenn Smith at the Distillery
6:00pm / Durango Craft Spirits
Live music from 6-8pm in The Tasting Room
John O'Neal, percussion - UUFD Recital Series
7:00pm / Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Durango
The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Durango (UUFD) presents the third recital of its 2019-2020 Recital Series:  John O’Neal, percussion  Assisted by Joe Nibley, trumpet, and Marilyn Garst, piano   Featuring Vignettes for Trumpet and Percussion by Stephenson, Reflections on the Nature of Water for Marimba by Druckman, plus additional selections.   $20 adults; $8 children and students  Tickets available online or at the door   The UUFD Recital Series is now in its thirteenth season. All recitals are held on Friday evenings at 7:00 pm in the beautiful sanctuary with excellent acoustics. They are followed by receptions in Bowman Hall, directly across the parking lot from the sanctuary. There you will be able to meet the artists and enjoy the company of other music enthusiasts.
Ecstatic Dance
7:00pm / VFW Hall
Ecstatic Dance Durango is a free form dance party happening every Friday, rooted in the intention of a safe, sacred, and fun experience for all! Set to the soundscape of a different DJ every week, live mixing music from around the world, it is an expressive and accepting atmosphere, invoking deep journeys into self-awareness, spirit, and connections with others.   NO SHOES. NO BOOZE. JUST DANCE.    *healthy delights from Estrela Epicure Cafe    *massage by Amaya Natural Therapeutics    *free samples from Sarvaa Superfoods    *live music sound bath from a different artist each week    ALL AGES (under 13 free)  $10 - $25 sliding scale  $5 student
 Saturday, March 14th
Homebuyer Education Class
8:30am / Fort Lewis Campus
Tired of renting? Join our Homebuyer Education Class. Learn what it takes to become a homeowner and gain access to local down payment assistance funds. Topics covered include: Budget, Credit, Insurance, Lending, Down payment Assistance Programs, Real Estate, Inspection, and Home Maintenance. Space is limited. To register please visit: www.homesfund.org.
Painting with Acrylics by Mike Scieszka
9:00am / Durango Arts Center - Education Studio
PAINTING WITH ACRYLICS: COURSE OBJECTIVES    To obtain a better understanding of how acrylic paint and different brushes interact to produce the desired outcome on canvas.    To explore basic color theory.  To explore the basic principles of composition and design.   The last part is intended to allow the painter to implement lessons and concepts learned by creating their own work.   All Materials will be provided.
McDonald's Cardboard Derby
10:00am / Purgatory Resort
The McDonald’s Cardboard Derby at Purgatory Resort is a classic winter competition you won’t want to miss! Build your derby racer out of cardboard and duct tape only, and pilot it down the slopes during one of the most fun days on the mountain! Watch as teams compete in vessels made entirely out of cardboard and duct tape. Or, sign up yourself and participate in the fun. All it takes is some creativity, engineering skills, and courage.   Event Schedule  10:00 am: Check-In  10:30 am: Mandatory Participant Meeting  11:00 am: Cardboard Derby  12:30 pm: Awards Ceremony   Registration and Entry Fees  Space is limited to 50 registrants. This event will fill up!  Registration Fees  By February 29  $10  March 1 – March 13  $15  Derby day  $20
Roll the Dice, Win A Harley!
10:00am / Durango Harley-Davidson
Every Saturday in March at Durango Harley-Davidson, roll the dice for a chance to win a 2020 Harley-Davidson Street Glide Special!   Details:  - Dates of promotion: Saturdays, March 7, 14, 21, 28  - Promotion begins at 10AM and lasts until we reach 100 rollers each day  - Each person is allowed one roll per day. They can roll once each Saturday (four total rolls)  - Must be at least 16 to roll the dice. (If a minor rolls and wins, their parents get the prize)  - Roller must roll six dice that land on the letters H A R L E Y to win the bike.   - FREE to participate
Free Stillwater Trout Tactics Clinic
12:00pm / Duranglers Flies and Supplies
All you need to know to effectively fish our local lakes and reservoirs.   Spring time is a great time to fish lakes in our area. Most rivers are in runoff but fishing will be heating up in our local lakes.   What lakes to fish for trout and when.  Types of rigs to fish in lakes.  Fly Selection.  Different ways to fish lakes(wading, float tubes, boats)
Durango Celtic Festival Saturday Events
1:00pm / Henry Strater Theatre
Saturday at the Durango Celtic Festival features Alasdair Fraser & Natalie Haas; RUNA; and Ed Miller & Rich Brotherton. The afternoon will start off with the showing of the documentary movie "The Groove Is Not Trivial" by Alasdair Fraser.    Workshops will be going throughout the day. For more info, visit www.durangocelticfestival.com or find us on Facebook & Instagram.
Durango Bach Festival - Festival Finale
7:00pm / St. Marks Episcopal Church
Our 13th year! Nine concerts of the music of J. S. Bach, including the Festival Finale, featuring the Durango Bach Festival orchestra. Purchase a festival pass and save! Visit the festival website at DurangoBachFestival.com.    Get your tickets early; this concert will sell out!
Dirtwire
8:30pm / Animas City Theatre
$20/$25   Tickets available at Animas City Theatre, animas Trading Company, and online at www.animascitytheatre.com   Standing room only on the dance floor, limited seating in the balcony.   Dirtwire is David Satori of Beats Antique, Evan Fraser of Bolo and Mark Reveley of Jed and Lucia   Dirtwire sits on the front porch of Americana&aposs future, conjuring up a whirlwind of sound using traditional instrumentation, world percussion, soundscapes, and electronic beats. Comprised of David Satori (Beats Antique), Evan Fraser (Hamsa Lila; Bolo), and Mark Reveley (Jed and Lucia), each performance brings both band and audience to a mysterious crossroads of beats, blues, African, Asian, and South American sounds. The result is a rebirth of Americana and a post-millennial psychedelic journey to downhome goodness.
 Sunday, March 15th
Veterans Breakfast
9:00am / La Plata County Fairgrounds
Bring the family & support your local veterans! Dine from 9 AM to 11 AM for a donation of only $7 per person or $6 per veterans. All proceeds to benefit the local VFW Post 4031.
Traditional Irish Music Jam Session
12:30pm / The Irish Embassy Pub
Bring your instrument and join in or watch the live entertainment! Kids eat half price all day
Yarn
7:30pm / FLC Community Concert Hall
Local Artist you need to know.
 Monday, March 16th
Cardio/Strength Interval Class
9:00am / Edgemont Highlands Community Lodge
Get a total body workout that focuses on tightening and toning with intervals of cardio and strength training. Exercises will use body weight and resistance bands (provided). Please bring a yoga mat for floor exercises. $10/class. Punch cards available
Happy Hour Yoga
5:30pm / Ska Brewing World HQ
Beat your case of the Mondays with a yoga session, hosted by our favorite yogi, and complementary pint. $10 = 1 hour yoga and 1 pint of beer. Yoga first. Please bring your mat.
Aikido (for Adults, Beginners, and Beyond)
6:00pm / Mountain Middle School (Eva Reeder Room)
Every Monday and Wednesday night, Durango Shin-Budo Kai offers a 2-hour Aikido class open to advanced, intermediate, and beginning practitioners. Discover a fun, challenging, and counter-intuitive martial art that teaches how to diffuse conflict or violence without adding conflict or violence. People across the age- and gender-spectrums are able and welcome to practice this transformative art. Wear a gi or comfortable, loose workout clothing.
Beginning Swing Dance Class
6:30pm / The Smiley Building Room 15
A 6-Week Swing Series Starting February 24th!   In this six week series, we’ll guide you through a series of fun and easy swing moves so you can have fun on the dance floor - right away!   If you've never danced swing before or if you want to dust off those dancin' shoes and review your moves - this is the class for you!   Register and pay online:  https://www.sustainablehomeresource.com/offers/7DzWMMhS   Cash, Check accepted  Please email SocialDance.Kristina@gmail.com to secure your spot.
Intermediate Swing - 6 Week Series
7:30pm / The Smiley Building Room 15
A 6-Week Swing Series Starting February 24th! 7:30 PM   Swing 2 will build upon the moves and skills learned in Swing 1. We'll learn 6-count, triple-step swing, 8-count rhythms, and moving back and forth between the two. These moves will add lots of variety to your dancing "toolbox" and prepare you for learning Lindy Hop (Swing 3).   ***Swing 1 is a prerequisite for taking Swing 2. Please contact Kristina at SocialDance.Kristina@gmail.com for more information.   Register and secure your spot today with one of the following options:  Pay online with a credit card:   Use the link below to pay online and secure your spot : https://www.sustainablehomeresource.com/offers/eX4P5JzH   Pay with check or cash:  Please contact Kristina at SocialDance.Kristina@gmail.com to secure your spot and arrange payment. Thanks!
 Tuesday, March 17th
Zumba Gold®
9:30am / Durango Senior Center
Zumba Gold® fuses Latin and World rhythms with easy to follow moves to create a dynamic fitness program that will leave you wanting more! Performed at a slower pace with lower impact, Zumba Gold® is perfect for beginning exercisers, Seniors, and anyone wanting major F U N at a less intense pace. Class is open to all-1st class free! Multi class discount punch cards available. *Class runs from 9:30-10:15 AM
The Shamrock Express
9:30am / The Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad
Time to get your Irish on! Come join us on the Shamrock Express bound for Cascade Canyon deep in the San Juan National Forest!   Mancos Brewing will provide a Special Irish Ale for purchase.   Music will be provided by the local Celtic musicians, the Kitchen Jam Band! They will be playing on the platform in front of the Depot before departure as well as on board the train where they will be moving from car to car playing traditional Irish music!   St. Patrick's Day themed temporary tattoos will be available on the platform before boarding the train.    Passengers will have the option of pre-ordering a special St. Patrick's Day boxed lunch in addition to the regular boxed lunches offered every day.
Open Shop Day
12:00pm / Four Corners Gem & Mineral Club
The shop is a creative environment where other lapidary and jewelry artists generously share their knowledge, experience, techniques, and ideas. It is advisable to bring your own materials and hand tools if you have them. The Club offers an excellent variety of motorized tools, hand tools, and even some rough stone you may use to hone new skills.    Drop-ins and new members welcome. Experience is not necessary, however it is strongly recommended that new members attend a Shop Orientation that is held at 9:00 on the first Saturday of every month.    Anyone is welcome to join the Four Corners Gem & Mineral Club! Annual Membership fees are $30 per year for individuals and $45 per year for families (covers one or two adults and any children under 18 living in the same household)
Zumba®
1:15pm / Durango Community Recreation Center
Zumba® Once the Latin and World rhythms take over, you'll see why?Zumba®?Fitness classes are often called exercise in disguise..... A total workout combining all elements of fitness ? cardio, muscle conditioning, balance and flexibility, boosted energy and a serious dose of awesome! Your instructor is Durango personal trainer Lynn Beck. *Class runs from 1:15-2:15
Fly Tying 201
5:30pm / Duranglers Flies and Supplies
Our Fly Tying 201 continues on the foundations built in our 101 class with more intermediate techniques. This class assumes that you already know the basic techniques such as starting a fly, wrapping thread, attaching and wrapping materials, and tying off a fly. Providing expert instruction with all tools/materials supplied, you will expand your fly tying skills to be able to tie a variety of nymphs and dry flies.   Any flies tied by you are yours to take home and use yourself!   The cost for this class is $75 and pre-registration is required as spots are limited. Please give us a call at 970-385-4081 to reserve a spot!
Trivia Factory
6:30pm / The Roost
This trivia platform will be fun and friendly for the younger Durango crowd. Come challenge your minds, have some great food and drinks and win some great prizes that include Gift Cards to The Roost, Cuckoos and Animas City Theatre! Less
Open Shop Night
6:30pm / Four Corners Gem & Mineral Club
The shop is a creative environment where other lapidary and jewelry artists generously share their knowledge, experience, techniques, and ideas. It is advisable to bring your own materials and hand tools if you have them. The Club offers an excellent variety of motorized tools, hand tools, and even some rough stone you may use to hone new skills.    Drop-ins and new members welcome. Experience is not necessary, however it is strongly recommended that new members attend a Shop Orientation that is held at 9:00 on the first Saturday of every month.    Anyone is welcome to join the Four Corners Gem & Mineral Club! Annual Membership fees are $30 per year for individuals and $45 per year for families (covers one or two adults and any children under 18 living in the same household)
Open Studio Figure Drawing
6:30pm / Durango Arts Center
Bring your own art supplies to our Education Studio and discover two hours of intense drawing with a live model. No instructor, this is an open studio. First and third Tuesday of each month.    Drop-In $20
Salsa/Latin Dance Night
8:00pm / Wild Horse Saloon
Join is for the BEST Latin Dance Night in the Four Corners! Hot beats, fun atmosphere, dancing, cold drinks, great vibes!!
 Wednesday, March 18th
Open Shop Day
10:00am / Four Corners Gem & Mineral Club
The shop is a creative environment where other lapidary and jewelry artists generously share their knowledge, experience, techniques, and ideas. It is advisable to bring your own materials and hand tools if you have them. The Club offers an excellent variety of motorized tools, hand tools, and even some rough stone you may use to hone new skills.    Drop-ins and new members welcome. Experience is not necessary, however it is strongly recommended that new members attend a Shop Orientation that is held at 9:00 on the first Saturday of every month.    Anyone is welcome to join the Four Corners Gem & Mineral Club! Annual Membership fees are $30 per year for individuals and $45 per year for families (covers one or two adults and any children under 18 living in the same household)
Zumba Gold®
3:15pm / Durango Community Recreation Center
Zumba Gold® fuses Latin and World rhythms with easy to follow moves to create a dynamic fitness program that will leave you wanting more! Performed at a slower pace with lower impact, Zumba Gold® is perfect for beginning exercisers, Seniors, and anyone wanting major F U N at a less intense pace. Class is open to all-1st class free! Multi class discount punch cards available. *Class runs from 9:30-10:15 AM
Wax It Wednesdays!
4:00pm / Ska Brewing World HQ
Ska & 2nd Ave. Sports presents Wax It Wednesdays at Ska Brewing World HQ! Join us February 5 & 19 and March 4 & 18 for to get a ski or snowboard wax and a Ska pint for $15.
Aikido (for Adults, Beginners, and Beyond)
6:00pm / Mountain Middle School (Eva Reeder Room)
Every Monday and Wednesday night, Durango Shin-Budo Kai offers a 2-hour Aikido class open to advanced, intermediate, and beginning practitioners. Discover a fun, challenging, and counter-intuitive martial art that teaches how to diffuse conflict or violence without adding conflict or violence. People across the age- and gender-spectrums are able and welcome to practice this transformative art. Wear a gi or comfortable, loose workout clothing.
Pub Quiz
6:30pm / The Irish Embassy Pub
Come join us! Weekly prizes!
Suzy Bogguss
7:30pm / Fort Lewis College Community Concert Hall
Walking the line between critical acclaim and commercial success, Suzy Bogguss remains one of the rare artists who has pleased fans and critics alike with her vocal style, musicianship and meaningful lyrics. One of the most acclaimed female country singers of the late '80s and '90s, she blends songs of substance and depth with mass-market appeal and balanced country tradition with a contemporary mainstream sensibility.
Open Mic Night
7:30pm / The Roost
Seeking local musicians, comedians and poets to join us for Open Mic Night at The Roost every Wednesday. Sign up is at 7:30pm and performances begin at 8:00. All performers will receive a free drink. We have limited space for full bands, so please limit music to acoustic or please contact us to arrange anything else
 Thursday, March 19th
Cardio/Strength Interval Class
9:00am / Edgemont Highlands Community Lodge
A different workout every time, this energizing class consists of aerobic intervals to improve cardiovascular endurance combined with strength training intervals, core and balance work. Equipment provided, please bring a yoga mat for floor exercises. Your instructor is Durango personal trainer Lynn Beck. Class is open to all-1st class free! Multi class discount punch cards available.
Open Shop Day
10:00am / Four Corners Gem & Mineral Club
The shop is a creative environment where other lapidary and jewelry artists generously share their knowledge, experience, techniques, and ideas. It is advisable to bring your own materials and hand tools if you have them. The Club offers an excellent variety of motorized tools, hand tools, and even some rough stone you may use to hone new skills.    Drop-ins and new members welcome. Experience is not necessary, however it is strongly recommended that new members attend a Shop Orientation that is held at 9:00 on the first Saturday of every month.    Anyone is welcome to join the Four Corners Gem & Mineral Club! Annual Membership fees are $30 per year for individuals and $45 per year for families (covers one or two adults and any children under 18 living in the same household)
Zumba®
1:15pm / Durango Community Recreation Center
Zumba® Once the Latin and World rhythms take over, you'll see why?Zumba®?Fitness classes are often called exercise in disguise..... A total workout combining all elements of fitness ? cardio, muscle conditioning, balance and flexibility, boosted energy and a serious dose of awesome! Your instructor is Durango personal trainer Lynn Beck. *Class runs from 1:15-2:15
Seven Rivers Farmers Market
2:30pm / Powerhouse Science Center
The bi-weekly indoor market features farmers and vendors from the area selling poultry, meat, cheese, eggs, jams and jellies, pickles, baked goods, honey, pottery, skincare, and crafts.
Thursday Afternoon Jazz with the Gypsy Swing Duo
4:00pm / Sorrel Sky Gallery
Stop by Sorrel Sky Gallery on Thursdays from 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm and enjoy the sounds of gypsy jazz music from JR Cook and Mark Simmons. AND… while you are here, take a look at the work of our world-class artists! Each Thursday through March 26, 2020.
Live Music: Rob Webster
5:00pm / Ska Brewing World HQ
Local acoustic. $4 mainline pints.
Open Mic Night
6:00pm / Eno Cocktail Lounge and Wine Bar
Eno's Weekly Open Mic Night is happening from 6-8pm! Come with your guitar, your voice, some friends, or just you and listen to some local artists!
Powerhouse Trivia Night
6:30pm / The Powerhouse
Get ready to flex those memory muscles at Powerhouse Trivia from 6:30pm - 8:30pm. Sponsored by Carver Brewing, our trivia consists of four rounds of questions and always includes one scientific round. Assemble your team or come solo and join one, get focused with a few local brews, and compete against some of the brightest minds around. $5 suggested team donations.
Open Shop Night
6:30pm / Four Corners Gem & Mineral Club
The shop is a creative environment where other lapidary and jewelry artists generously share their knowledge, experience, techniques, and ideas. It is advisable to bring your own materials and hand tools if you have them. The Club offers an excellent variety of motorized tools, hand tools, and even some rough stone you may use to hone new skills.    Drop-ins and new members welcome. Experience is not necessary, however it is strongly recommended that new members attend a Shop Orientation that is held at 9:00 on the first Saturday of every month.    Anyone is welcome to join the Four Corners Gem & Mineral Club! Annual Membership fees are $30 per year for individuals and $45 per year for families (covers one or two adults and any children under 18 living in the same household)
Free Beer Bingo
8:00pm / The Roost
Come play Beer Bingo every Thursday Night at The Roost for your chance to win great prizes! There will be swag giveaways and some prizes include free drink and food to Cuckoo's Chicken House, The Roost and Animas City Theatre!
 Friday, March 20th
Zumba Gold®
9:30am / Durango Senior Center
Zumba Gold® fuses Latin and World rhythms with easy to follow moves to create a dynamic fitness program that will leave you wanting more! Performed at a slower pace with lower impact, Zumba Gold® is perfect for beginning exercisers, Seniors, and anyone wanting major F U N at a less intense pace. Class is open to all-1st class free! Multi class discount punch cards available. *Class runs from 9:30-10:15 AM
Live Music at the Distillery
6:00pm / Durango Craft Spirits
Live music from 6-8pm in The Tasting Room
Ecstatic Dance
7:00pm / VFW Hall
Ecstatic Dance Durango is a free form dance party happening every Friday, rooted in the intention of a safe, sacred, and fun experience for all! Set to the soundscape of a different DJ every week, live mixing music from around the world, it is an expressive and accepting atmosphere, invoking deep journeys into self-awareness, spirit, and connections with others.   NO SHOES. NO BOOZE. JUST DANCE.    *healthy delights from Estrela Epicure Cafe    *massage by Amaya Natural Therapeutics    *free samples from Sarvaa Superfoods    *live music sound bath from a different artist each week    ALL AGES (under 13 free)  $10 - $25 sliding scale  $5 student
 Saturday, March 21st
Roll the Dice, Win A Harley!
10:00am / Durango Harley-Davidson
Every Saturday in March at Durango Harley-Davidson, roll the dice for a chance to win a 2020 Harley-Davidson Street Glide Special!   Details:  - Dates of promotion: Saturdays, March 7, 14, 21, 28  - Promotion begins at 10AM and lasts until we reach 100 rollers each day  - Each person is allowed one roll per day. They can roll once each Saturday (four total rolls)  - Must be at least 16 to roll the dice. (If a minor rolls and wins, their parents get the prize)  - Roller must roll six dice that land on the letters H A R L E Y to win the bike.   - FREE to participate
Fly Fishing 201
11:30am / Duranglers Flies and Supplies
Our Fly Fishing 201 class is based on the Orvis 201 Fly Fishing class.   Expand on your fly fishing knowledge with continued casting and presentation instruction, fly selection, gear, fishing the fly, hooking a fish, playing a fish, landing, and releasing fish.   This class is on the water and there is a $75 fee. All gear flies, rods, boots, and waders will be supplied but if you have your own, bring it!
Live Music: Opskamatrists
5:00pm / Ska Brewing World HQ
Live ska music from Idaho!
 Sunday, March 22nd
Traditional Irish Music Jam Session
12:30pm / The Irish Embassy Pub
Bring your instrument and join in or watch the live entertainment! Kids eat half price all day
Bolshoi Ballet: Swan Lake
1:00pm / Animas City Theatre
$14/$18  Doors 12:30pm  Show 12:55pm   The Bolshoi Ballet's enchanting production of Swan Lake is a masterpiece of lyricism, drama and magic. It was created by Yuri Grigorovich, former director of the Bolshoi and an esteemed choreographer in his own right, after Marius Petipa and Lev Ivanov's celebrated 1895 production.
 Monday, March 23rd
Cardio/Strength Interval Class
9:00am / Edgemont Highlands Community Lodge
Get a total body workout that focuses on tightening and toning with intervals of cardio and strength training. Exercises will use body weight and resistance bands (provided). Please bring a yoga mat for floor exercises. $10/class. Punch cards available
The Current Truth About Stem Cell Therapy
5:00pm / Durango Recreation Center
Curious about Stem Cell Therapy? Join Dr. McLaughlin for a free fact filled talk about the current research on the benefits and risks of Stem Cell Therapy as a treatment for joint, back, and arthritis pain for athletes, injured, and aging populations.
Happy Hour Yoga
5:30pm / Ska Brewing World HQ
Beat your case of the Mondays with a yoga session, hosted by our favorite yogi, and complementary pint. $10 = 1 hour yoga and 1 pint of beer. Yoga first. Please bring your mat.
Mindful Mondays
5:30pm / Horse Empower Ranch
Join Horse Empower and Leslie Smith Coaching for a 4-week mini-series focused on creating more clarity and connection in your day to day life. Through fun and powerful exercises with both, people and horses, we will help you to illuminate the blind spots of your thoughts, behaviors, and actions that keep you stuck, frustrated, and disconnected.   We will meet each Monday evening for 90 minutes. Sessions will include guided meditations, equine experiential education with fellow participants and horses, journaling, time in nature, and good old-fashioned belly laughter.   Dates: March 2, 9, 23, 30  Time: 6:00pm – 7:30 pm  Cost: $200.00 – Must commit to all 4 sessions as they are skill-building and the group dynamic depends on your participation. Payment in full by 2/26/2020, non-refundable unless you are able to fill your spot.
Aikido (for Adults, Beginners, and Beyond)
6:00pm / Mountain Middle School (Eva Reeder Room)
Every Monday and Wednesday night, Durango Shin-Budo Kai offers a 2-hour Aikido class open to advanced, intermediate, and beginning practitioners. Discover a fun, challenging, and counter-intuitive martial art that teaches how to diffuse conflict or violence without adding conflict or violence. People across the age- and gender-spectrums are able and welcome to practice this transformative art. Wear a gi or comfortable, loose workout clothing.
Beginning Swing Dance Class
6:30pm / The Smiley Building Room 15
A 6-Week Swing Series Starting February 24th!   In this six week series, we’ll guide you through a series of fun and easy swing moves so you can have fun on the dance floor - right away!   If you've never danced swing before or if you want to dust off those dancin' shoes and review your moves - this is the class for you!   Register and pay online:  https://www.sustainablehomeresource.com/offers/7DzWMMhS   Cash, Check accepted  Please email SocialDance.Kristina@gmail.com to secure your spot.
Intermediate Swing - 6 Week Series
7:30pm / The Smiley Building Room 15
A 6-Week Swing Series Starting February 24th! 7:30 PM   Swing 2 will build upon the moves and skills learned in Swing 1. We'll learn 6-count, triple-step swing, 8-count rhythms, and moving back and forth between the two. These moves will add lots of variety to your dancing "toolbox" and prepare you for learning Lindy Hop (Swing 3).   ***Swing 1 is a prerequisite for taking Swing 2. Please contact Kristina at SocialDance.Kristina@gmail.com for more information.   Register and secure your spot today with one of the following options:  Pay online with a credit card:   Use the link below to pay online and secure your spot : https://www.sustainablehomeresource.com/offers/eX4P5JzH   Pay with check or cash:  Please contact Kristina at SocialDance.Kristina@gmail.com to secure your spot and arrange payment. Thanks!
 Tuesday, March 24th
Zumba Gold®
9:30am / Durango Senior Center
Zumba Gold® fuses Latin and World rhythms with easy to follow moves to create a dynamic fitness program that will leave you wanting more! Performed at a slower pace with lower impact, Zumba Gold® is perfect for beginning exercisers, Seniors, and anyone wanting major F U N at a less intense pace. Class is open to all-1st class free! Multi class discount punch cards available. *Class runs from 9:30-10:15 AM
Open Shop Day
12:00pm / Four Corners Gem & Mineral Club
The shop is a creative environment where other lapidary and jewelry artists generously share their knowledge, experience, techniques, and ideas. It is advisable to bring your own materials and hand tools if you have them. The Club offers an excellent variety of motorized tools, hand tools, and even some rough stone you may use to hone new skills.    Drop-ins and new members welcome. Experience is not necessary, however it is strongly recommended that new members attend a Shop Orientation that is held at 9:00 on the first Saturday of every month.    Anyone is welcome to join the Four Corners Gem & Mineral Club! Annual Membership fees are $30 per year for individuals and $45 per year for families (covers one or two adults and any children under 18 living in the same household)
Zumba®
1:15pm / Durango Community Recreation Center
Zumba® Once the Latin and World rhythms take over, you'll see why?Zumba®?Fitness classes are often called exercise in disguise..... A total workout combining all elements of fitness ? cardio, muscle conditioning, balance and flexibility, boosted energy and a serious dose of awesome! Your instructor is Durango personal trainer Lynn Beck. *Class runs from 1:15-2:15
Women Outside Adventure Forum
6:00pm / Backcountry Experience
Backcountry Experience is celebrating five years of the Women Outside Adventure Forum, March 24-26, 2020. Join us for three nights of storytelling from badass adventurers, athletes, scientists, and authors. All proceeds benefit the San Juan Citizens Alliance. Featuring: Tuesday, March 24 - Annette McGivney and Tracy Ross (Free admission) Annette McGivney is the author of the National Outdoor Book Award winning title Pure Land. She is also the Southwest Editor for Backpacker Magazine and her writing regularly appears in Outside, Arizona Highways, and The Guardian. Tracy Ross’ essay “The Source of All Things” won the National Magazine Writing Award in 2009 and was later extended into a book of the same name. Tracy is also an editor at Backpacker Magazine who's assignments have taken her to the wilds of Alaska, the ski slopes of Iran, and the most remote reaches of Ecuador. Books will be available for sale and signing at the event, courtesy of Maria’s Bookshop. 6:00 - 8:00 PM at the Powerhouse Science Center, 1333 Camino Del Rio, Durango Doors open at 5:30 Wednesday, March 25 - Nichole Baker, Kelly Foutz, and Eliza Sampey 6:00 - 8:00 PM at the Powerhouse Science Center, 1333 Camino Del Rio, Durango Doors open at 5:30 Thursday, March 26 - Environmental Scientist and Explorer Dr. Heidi Steltzer 6:00 - 8:00 pm Location TBA $30, ticket includes 1 drink plus hors d’oeuvres. Proceeds benefit the San Juan Citizens Alliance. Tickets will soon be available online through Eventbrite. Brought to you by: Backcountry Experience Alpine Bank Osprey Packs Outdoor Research The Rochester Hotel Alpacka Raft The Payroll Department Basin Printing Fort Lewis College Outdoor Pursuits Durango Sports Medicine The Sweaty Buddha For more information visit www.womenoutside.org
Trivia Factory
6:30pm / The Roost
This trivia platform will be fun and friendly for the younger Durango crowd. Come challenge your minds, have some great food and drinks and win some great prizes that include Gift Cards to The Roost, Cuckoos and Animas City Theatre! Less
Open Shop Night
6:30pm / Four Corners Gem & Mineral Club
The shop is a creative environment where other lapidary and jewelry artists generously share their knowledge, experience, techniques, and ideas. It is advisable to bring your own materials and hand tools if you have them. The Club offers an excellent variety of motorized tools, hand tools, and even some rough stone you may use to hone new skills.    Drop-ins and new members welcome. Experience is not necessary, however it is strongly recommended that new members attend a Shop Orientation that is held at 9:00 on the first Saturday of every month.    Anyone is welcome to join the Four Corners Gem & Mineral Club! Annual Membership fees are $30 per year for individuals and $45 per year for families (covers one or two adults and any children under 18 living in the same household)
Salsa/Latin Dance Night
8:00pm / Wild Horse Saloon
Join is for the BEST Latin Dance Night in the Four Corners! Hot beats, fun atmosphere, dancing, cold drinks, great vibes!!
 Wednesday, March 25th
Open Shop Day
10:00am / Four Corners Gem & Mineral Club
The shop is a creative environment where other lapidary and jewelry artists generously share their knowledge, experience, techniques, and ideas. It is advisable to bring your own materials and hand tools if you have them. The Club offers an excellent variety of motorized tools, hand tools, and even some rough stone you may use to hone new skills.    Drop-ins and new members welcome. Experience is not necessary, however it is strongly recommended that new members attend a Shop Orientation that is held at 9:00 on the first Saturday of every month.    Anyone is welcome to join the Four Corners Gem & Mineral Club! Annual Membership fees are $30 per year for individuals and $45 per year for families (covers one or two adults and any children under 18 living in the same household)
Zumba Gold®
3:15pm / Durango Community Recreation Center
Zumba Gold® fuses Latin and World rhythms with easy to follow moves to create a dynamic fitness program that will leave you wanting more! Performed at a slower pace with lower impact, Zumba Gold® is perfect for beginning exercisers, Seniors, and anyone wanting major F U N at a less intense pace. Class is open to all-1st class free! Multi class discount punch cards available. *Class runs from 9:30-10:15 AM
Mexican Logger Release Party
5:00pm / Ska Brewing World HQ
Woohoo! Mexican Logger release party! Live Music from Innastate – Indigenous Reggae Music. 2 for $6 Mexican Logger cans and $4 Mexican Logger pints. Peach Street Distillers Tasting Room open on the 2nd floor at Ska World HQ. D'Agave Margarita specials. Food specials from The Container. Stay tuned for more details.
Extraordinary Womens Award Dinner
5:00pm / Double Tree Hotel by Hilton
Come relive the Roaring 20's at the Women's Resource Center's celebration of Women's History Month honoring one Valiant Women of the Vote! Buffet dinner, live auction, live music and dancing.    1920's dress/costume is highly encouraged.
Animas High School Information Night
5:30pm / Animas High School
Curious about Animas High School? Prospective students and families are encouraged to attend an AHS Information Session to learn more about how AHS uses innovative, student-centered, project-based learning in a small school setting to achieve 100% college acceptance and a culture of excellence.
Aikido (for Adults, Beginners, and Beyond)
6:00pm / Mountain Middle School (Eva Reeder Room)
Every Monday and Wednesday night, Durango Shin-Budo Kai offers a 2-hour Aikido class open to advanced, intermediate, and beginning practitioners. Discover a fun, challenging, and counter-intuitive martial art that teaches how to diffuse conflict or violence without adding conflict or violence. People across the age- and gender-spectrums are able and welcome to practice this transformative art. Wear a gi or comfortable, loose workout clothing.
Women Outside Adventure Forum
6:00pm / Backcountry Experience
Backcountry Experience is celebrating five years of the Women Outside Adventure Forum, March 24-26, 2020. Join us for three nights of storytelling from badass adventurers, athletes, scientists, and authors. All proceeds benefit the San Juan Citizens Alliance. Featuring: Wednesday, March 25 - Nichole Baker, Kelly Foutz, and Eliza Sampey (Free admission) Nichole Baker is a Durango-based pathologist and mountain biker whose charity Path of Logic is dedicated to enhancing pathology services through education and laboratory procedure improvements in developing nations. Three years ago, she began integrating her passion of mountain biking to further connect with the people living in rural Uganda. While Kelly Foutz may describe herself as a “child of the outdoors,” she didn’t grow up as an outdoor kid. Kelly was raised on the Navajo Reservation and later moved to Kirtland, NM, where she earned her Degree in Dental Hygiene at San Juan College. It wasn’t until moving to Durango with her young daughter in 2016, that Kelly discovered outdoor recreation and a passion for climbing. Kelly and her daughter Leah (now 8) began their journey together, learning new skills and exploring the outdoors together. She was recently sponsored by Backcountry Experience to attend a climbing bootcamp in Yosemite National Park. Eliza Sampey is a professional adventurer, Doctor of Physical Therapy, writer, and nomad. She loves to engage in creative projects combining bikepacking, mountain biking, mountain running, packrafting, fat biking, backcountry skiing, and ski mountaineering. Eliza is coming to the Women Outside stage fresh from a bike-packing trip from Pakistan to Nepal. 6:00 - 8:00 PM at the Powerhouse Science Center, 1333 Camino Del Rio, Durango Doors open at 5:30 --- Tuesday, March 24 - Authors Annette McGivney and Tracy Ross 6:00 - 8:00 PM at the Powerhouse Science Center, 1333 Camino Del Rio, Durango Doors open at 5:30 Thursday, March 26 - Environmental Scientist and Explorer Dr. Heidi Steltzer 6:00 - 8:00 pm Location TBA $30, ticket includes 1 drink plus hors d’oeuvres. Proceeds benefit the San Juan Citizens Alliance. Tickets will soon be available online through Eventbrite. Brought to you by: Backcountry Experience Alpine Bank Osprey Packs Outdoor Research The Rochester Hotel Alpacka Raft The Payroll Department Basin Printing Fort Lewis College Outdoor Pursuits Durango Sports Medicine The Sweaty Buddha For more information, visit www.womenoutside.org
Pub Quiz
6:30pm / The Irish Embassy Pub
Come join us! Weekly prizes!
Yamato - The Drummers of Japan
7:30pm / Fort Lewis College Community Concert Hall
This Japanese taiko drumming troupe opens the performance with dozens of players hitting a Japanese taiko drum made from a large 400-year-old tree. They move their whole bodies to strike the drum with everything in their souls, creating a powerful surge of energy. The troupe’s live performances are so full of intensity that they make audiences’ bodies jump and their hearts beat faster, overwhelmed by the beat of the music and powerful sounds.
Open Mic Night
7:30pm / The Roost
Seeking local musicians, comedians and poets to join us for Open Mic Night at The Roost every Wednesday. Sign up is at 7:30pm and performances begin at 8:00. All performers will receive a free drink. We have limited space for full bands, so please limit music to acoustic or please contact us to arrange anything else
 Thursday, March 26th
Cardio/Strength Interval Class
9:00am / Edgemont Highlands Community Lodge
A different workout every time, this energizing class consists of aerobic intervals to improve cardiovascular endurance combined with strength training intervals, core and balance work. Equipment provided, please bring a yoga mat for floor exercises. Your instructor is Durango personal trainer Lynn Beck. Class is open to all-1st class free! Multi class discount punch cards available.
Open Shop Day
10:00am / Four Corners Gem & Mineral Club
The shop is a creative environment where other lapidary and jewelry artists generously share their knowledge, experience, techniques, and ideas. It is advisable to bring your own materials and hand tools if you have them. The Club offers an excellent variety of motorized tools, hand tools, and even some rough stone you may use to hone new skills.    Drop-ins and new members welcome. Experience is not necessary, however it is strongly recommended that new members attend a Shop Orientation that is held at 9:00 on the first Saturday of every month.    Anyone is welcome to join the Four Corners Gem & Mineral Club! Annual Membership fees are $30 per year for individuals and $45 per year for families (covers one or two adults and any children under 18 living in the same household)
Zumba®
1:15pm / Durango Community Recreation Center
Zumba® Once the Latin and World rhythms take over, you'll see why?Zumba®?Fitness classes are often called exercise in disguise..... A total workout combining all elements of fitness ? cardio, muscle conditioning, balance and flexibility, boosted energy and a serious dose of awesome! Your instructor is Durango personal trainer Lynn Beck. *Class runs from 1:15-2:15
Thursday Afternoon Jazz with the Gypsy Swing Duo
4:00pm / Sorrel Sky Gallery
Stop by Sorrel Sky Gallery on Thursdays from 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm and enjoy the sounds of gypsy jazz music from JR Cook and Mark Simmons. AND… while you are here, take a look at the work of our world-class artists! Each Thursday through March 26, 2020.
Live Music: Robby Overfield
5:00pm / Ska Brewing World HQ
Local acoustic. $4 mainline pints.
Open Fly Tying Night w/5RTU – Bring Your A-Game
6:00pm / Duranglers Flies and Supplies
Co-hosted with 5 Rivers Trout Unlimited, Our Open Fly Tying Night – Bring Your A-Game will be the pinnacle of our open tying night series where we will have a tying contest (judged by a member of 5RTU) with prizes to give away at the end!   Bring your own tools, materials, supplies, snacks, beverages and just tie! Although this is not an instruction night, there will still be plenty of learning from each other. This is a meeting of the minds: an excuse to get out of the house, get behind the vise, and have some fun with fellow tiers. If you’ve got an upcoming saltwater trip and some patterns you want to take…great!   This is a FREE event for those who want to hang out and tie with other tiers. Equipment and materials will not be provided but we may be able to accommodate a few items or a vice if necessary.
Open Mic Night
6:00pm / Eno Cocktail Lounge and Wine Bar
Eno's Weekly Open Mic Night is happening from 6-8pm! Come with your guitar, your voice, some friends, or just you and listen to some local artists!
Women Outside Adventure Forum
6:00pm / Backcountry Experience
Backcountry Experience is celebrating five years of the Women Outside Adventure Forum, March 24-26, 2020. Join us for three nights of storytelling from badass adventurers, athletes, scientists, and authors. All proceeds benefit the San Juan Citizens Alliance. Featuring: Thursday, March 26 - Environmental Scientist and Explorer Dr. Heidi Steltzer Heidi Steltzer is an environmental scientist and explorer. She has sought opportunities to go places others don’t go, conducting research in the mountains and Arctic. A professor at Fort Lewis College, Heidi recently made news when she testified before Congress about climate change. Join us for a special presentation about Heidi’s recent work in China, studying the impacts of climate change on Himalayan snowpack. 6:00 - 8:00 pm Location TBA $30, ticket includes 1 drink plus hors d’oeuvres. Proceeds benefit the San Juan Citizens Alliance. Tickets will soon be available online through Eventbrite. --- Tuesday, March 24 - Authors Annette McGivney and Tracy Ross 6:00 - 8:00 PM at the Powerhouse Science Center, 1333 Camino Del Rio, Durango Doors open at 5:30 Thursday, March 25 - Pathologist and mountain biker Nichole Baker, Outdoor Mom and Cliber Kelly Foutz, & Professional Adventurer Eliza Sampey Brought to you by: Backcountry Experience Alpine Bank Osprey Packs Outdoor Research The Rochester Hotel Alpacka Raft The Payroll Department Basin Printing Fort Lewis College Outdoor Pursuits Durango Sports Medicine The Sweaty Buddha For more information visit www.womenoutside.org
Open Shop Night
6:30pm / Four Corners Gem & Mineral Club
The shop is a creative environment where other lapidary and jewelry artists generously share their knowledge, experience, techniques, and ideas. It is advisable to bring your own materials and hand tools if you have them. The Club offers an excellent variety of motorized tools, hand tools, and even some rough stone you may use to hone new skills.    Drop-ins and new members welcome. Experience is not necessary, however it is strongly recommended that new members attend a Shop Orientation that is held at 9:00 on the first Saturday of every month.    Anyone is welcome to join the Four Corners Gem & Mineral Club! Annual Membership fees are $30 per year for individuals and $45 per year for families (covers one or two adults and any children under 18 living in the same household)
Half Broke - Ginger Gaffney - Book Discussion & Signing with Pam Houston
6:30pm / Maria's Bookshop
Ginger Gaffney is one of Pam Houston's former students, and Half Broke is her debut book. Pam will join Ginger, here at Maria's in March to discuss the book and the incredible story that it tells.    "A top-ranked horse trainer’s gorgeous, life-affirming memoir that offers profound insight into the fascinating ways both horses and humans seek relationships to survive."
Free Beer Bingo
8:00pm / The Roost
Come play Beer Bingo every Thursday Night at The Roost for your chance to win great prizes! There will be swag giveaways and some prizes include free drink and food to Cuckoo's Chicken House, The Roost and Animas City Theatre!
 Friday, March 27th
Friends of the Library Spring Book Sale
9:30am / Durango Public Library
Thousands of quality books in all genres, $1 a pound!
Zumba Gold®
9:30am / Durango Senior Center
Zumba Gold® fuses Latin and World rhythms with easy to follow moves to create a dynamic fitness program that will leave you wanting more! Performed at a slower pace with lower impact, Zumba Gold® is perfect for beginning exercisers, Seniors, and anyone wanting major F U N at a less intense pace. Class is open to all-1st class free! Multi class discount punch cards available. *Class runs from 9:30-10:15 AM
Homeschool Chemistry Workshops: ages 5 - 9
2:00pm / Powerhouse Science Center
The Powerhouse presents monthly chemistry camps for home-school students, in partnership with Fort Lewis College chemistry students.    The cost is $10 per class.  Registration is on-line at www.powsci.org.
Homeschool Chemistry Workshops: ages 10 - 16
3:00pm / Powerhouse Science Center
The Powerhouse presents monthly chemistry camps for home-school students, in partnership with Fort Lewis College chemistry students.    The cost is $10 per class.  Registration is on-line at www.powsci.org.
Live Music at the Distillery
6:00pm / Durango Craft Spirits
Live music from 6-8pm in The Tasting Room
Ecstatic Dance
7:00pm / VFW Hall
Ecstatic Dance Durango is a free form dance party happening every Friday, rooted in the intention of a safe, sacred, and fun experience for all! Set to the soundscape of a different DJ every week, live mixing music from around the world, it is an expressive and accepting atmosphere, invoking deep journeys into self-awareness, spirit, and connections with others.   NO SHOES. NO BOOZE. JUST DANCE.    *healthy delights from Estrela Epicure Cafe    *massage by Amaya Natural Therapeutics    *free samples from Sarvaa Superfoods    *live music sound bath from a different artist each week    ALL AGES (under 13 free)  $10 - $25 sliding scale  $5 student
Head for the Hills with special guest The Sweet Lillies
8:30pm / Animas City Theatre
Enjoy a night of Bluegrass with Head for the Hills with special guest The Sweet Lillies   $15/$18/18+   Tickets available at Animas City Theatre, Animas Trading Company, and online at www.animascitytheatre.com Standing room only on dance floor, Limited seating in Balcony   HEAD FOR THE HILLS - BIO  Head for the Hills--Adam Kinghorn, Joe Lessard, Matt Loewen--come out swinging and invigorated with fresh sounds on their latest EP, Say Your Mind. Recorded at Swingfingers Studios in Fort Collins (Colorado), the band brought a larger band than ever before, including drummer Darren Garvey of Elephant Revival, Vocalist Kim Dawson, Dobroist Todd Livingston, a horn section and more. The material reflects both the turbulent social rhythms of our current era and more timeless moments of joy, growth, and change.   Like a painter that starts in acrylic and graduates to oils, Head for the Hills is deeper and richer in their 15th year as a band, with a wider palette of sonic textures at their disposal. Dorm room jam sessions have turned into a decade plus on the road--from humble coffee shops to theaters, festivals, roadhouses and clubs all across the country. Over time those sounds and influences have crept more and more into the bluegrass beginnings of the band, morphing into the seasoned eclecticism of Say Your Mind. The new songs are quinnessential Head for the Hills; genre-stradling, lyrically deep, and danceable, with a crew of collaborators bringing the best of Colorado acoustic, roots, and soul music together.   Head for the Hills numerous festival appearances include notables Telluride Bluegrass Festival, High Sierra Music Festival, South by Southwest, FloydFest, RockyGrass, DelFest, Summer Camp Music Festival, WinterWonderGrass Festival, Blue Ox Music Festival, Northwest String Summit, Strawberry Music Festival, Chicago Bluegrass & Blues Festival, Folk Alliance, Grandoozy and many more. The band charted on the CMJ Top 200 twice, has been featured on NPR Ideastream and eTown, and was awarded Best Bluegrass in Colorado four times via Denver’s Westword Magazine.   The Sweet Lillies   The Sweet Lillies’ high-energy, melodic tunes have quickly captured the hearts of fans in Colorado and beyond. The band credits its appeal to the original and compelling songwriting of three people who share an unwavering commitment to life on the road. The magnetic combination of Julie Gussaroff on the upright bass, Becca Bisque on the viola, and Dustin Rohleder on guitar gives the band a rare and alluring sound. As testament to their appeal, The Sweet Lillies have shared the stage with the likes of Peter Rowan, George Porter Jr., Steve Kimock, Vince Herman of Leftover Salmon, Kyle Hollingsworth and Jason Hann of The String Cheese Incident, Andy Hall of The Infamous String Dusters, Jeff Austin, and Bri
 Saturday, March 28th
Munchkin Kidz Mart Spring Children's Consignment Sale
9:00am / LaPlata County Fairgrounds Exhibit Hall
Everything that a child needs or wants will be at the sale. 5% of every sale is donated to buyers & sellers favorite School, Church, or Non-Profit. Sale is located in the LaPlata County Fairgrounds Exhibit Hall at 2600 Main Avenue, Durango.   Sunday starting at noon, 50% off on most items!!
Friends of the Library Spring Book Sale
9:30am / Durango Public Library
Thousands of quality books in all genres, $1 a pound!
Roll the Dice, Win A Harley!
10:00am / Durango Harley-Davidson
Every Saturday in March at Durango Harley-Davidson, roll the dice for a chance to win a 2020 Harley-Davidson Street Glide Special!   Details:  - Dates of promotion: Saturdays, March 7, 14, 21, 28  - Promotion begins at 10AM and lasts until we reach 100 rollers each day  - Each person is allowed one roll per day. They can roll once each Saturday (four total rolls)  - Must be at least 16 to roll the dice. (If a minor rolls and wins, their parents get the prize)  - Roller must roll six dice that land on the letters H A R L E Y to win the bike.   - FREE to participate
NTLIVE: SMALL ISLAND
11:00am / Animas City Theatre
$14/$18  Doors 10:30am  Show 11:00am   Andrea Levy’s Orange Prize-winning novel Small Island comes to life in an epic new theatre adaptation. Experience the play in cinemas, filmed live on stage as part of National Theatre Live’s 10th birthday.   Small Island embarks on a journey from Jamaica to Britain, through the Second World War to 1948 – the year the HMT Empire Windrush docked at Tilbury.   The play follows three intricately connected stories. Hortense yearns for a new life away from rural Jamaica, Gilbert dreams of becoming a lawyer, and Queenie longs to escape her Lincolnshire roots. Hope and humanity meet stubborn reality as the play traces the tangled history of Jamaica and the UK.   A company of 40 actors take to the stage of the National Theatre in this timely and moving story.   Small Island is BBFC rated 15 due to use of strong language. As part of depicting the experience of Jamaican immigrants to Britain after the Second World War, at times characters in the play use language which is racially offensive.
Free Bass on the Fly Clinic
12:00pm / Duranglers Flies and Supplies
We have some great bass fishing on the fly in our area. Learn everything you need to know to go out and catch them on your own.   Where to catch bass in our area. What waters have each species of bass.   Gear and Tackle needed to go bass fishing.  Time of year to catch bass.  Rigs and Flies. Everything from topwater to deep drop shot style rigs.  Where to find bass in our lakes.
The Urban Cowboy Reunion
8:00pm / Sky Ute Casino Resort
Starring Mickey Gilley and Johnny Lee   Doors 7PM - Show 8PM   Purchase tickets online, by calling 888.842.4180, at the Sky Ute Gift Shop or at the door.
 Sunday, March 29th
Munchkin Kidz Mart Spring Children's Consignment Sale
9:00am / LaPlata County Fairgrounds Exhibit Hall
Everything that a child needs or wants will be at the sale. 5% of every sale is donated to buyers & sellers favorite School, Church, or Non-Profit. Sale is located in the LaPlata County Fairgrounds Exhibit Hall at 2600 Main Avenue, Durango.   Sunday starting at noon, 50% off on most items!!
Traditional Irish Music Jam Session
12:30pm / The Irish Embassy Pub
Bring your instrument and join in or watch the live entertainment! Kids eat half price all day
NTLIVE: SMALL ISLAND
1:00pm / Animas City Theatre
$14/$18  Doors 12:30pm  Show 1:00pm   Andrea Levy’s Orange Prize-winning novel Small Island comes to life in an epic new theatre adaptation. Experience the play in cinemas, filmed live on stage as part of National Theatre Live’s 10th birthday.   Small Island embarks on a journey from Jamaica to Britain, through the Second World War to 1948 – the year the HMT Empire Windrush docked at Tilbury.   The play follows three intricately connected stories. Hortense yearns for a new life away from rural Jamaica, Gilbert dreams of becoming a lawyer, and Queenie longs to escape her Lincolnshire roots. Hope and humanity meet stubborn reality as the play traces the tangled history of Jamaica and the UK.   A company of 40 actors take to the stage of the National Theatre in this timely and moving story.   Small Island is BBFC rated 15 due to use of strong language. As part of depicting the experience of Jamaican immigrants to Britain after the Second World War, at times characters in the play use language which is racially offensive
 Monday, March 30th
Cardio/Strength Interval Class
9:00am / Edgemont Highlands Community Lodge
Get a total body workout that focuses on tightening and toning with intervals of cardio and strength training. Exercises will use body weight and resistance bands (provided). Please bring a yoga mat for floor exercises. $10/class. Punch cards available
Happy Hour Yoga
5:30pm / Ska Brewing World HQ
Beat your case of the Mondays with a yoga session, hosted by our favorite yogi, and complementary pint. $10 = 1 hour yoga and 1 pint of beer. Yoga first. Please bring your mat.
Mindful Mondays
5:30pm / Horse Empower Ranch
Join Horse Empower and Leslie Smith Coaching for a 4-week mini-series focused on creating more clarity and connection in your day to day life. Through fun and powerful exercises with both, people and horses, we will help you to illuminate the blind spots of your thoughts, behaviors, and actions that keep you stuck, frustrated, and disconnected.   We will meet each Monday evening for 90 minutes. Sessions will include guided meditations, equine experiential education with fellow participants and horses, journaling, time in nature, and good old-fashioned belly laughter.   Dates: March 2, 9, 23, 30  Time: 6:00pm – 7:30 pm  Cost: $200.00 – Must commit to all 4 sessions as they are skill-building and the group dynamic depends on your participation. Payment in full by 2/26/2020, non-refundable unless you are able to fill your spot.
Aikido (for Adults, Beginners, and Beyond)
6:00pm / Mountain Middle School (Eva Reeder Room)
Every Monday and Wednesday night, Durango Shin-Budo Kai offers a 2-hour Aikido class open to advanced, intermediate, and beginning practitioners. Discover a fun, challenging, and counter-intuitive martial art that teaches how to diffuse conflict or violence without adding conflict or violence. People across the age- and gender-spectrums are able and welcome to practice this transformative art. Wear a gi or comfortable, loose workout clothing.
Beginning Swing Dance Class
6:30pm / The Smiley Building Room 15
A 6-Week Swing Series Starting February 24th!   In this six week series, we’ll guide you through a series of fun and easy swing moves so you can have fun on the dance floor - right away!   If you've never danced swing before or if you want to dust off those dancin' shoes and review your moves - this is the class for you!   Register and pay online:  https://www.sustainablehomeresource.com/offers/7DzWMMhS   Cash, Check accepted  Please email SocialDance.Kristina@gmail.com to secure your spot.
Intermediate Swing - 6 Week Series
7:30pm / The Smiley Building Room 15
A 6-Week Swing Series Starting February 24th! 7:30 PM   Swing 2 will build upon the moves and skills learned in Swing 1. We'll learn 6-count, triple-step swing, 8-count rhythms, and moving back and forth between the two. These moves will add lots of variety to your dancing "toolbox" and prepare you for learning Lindy Hop (Swing 3).   ***Swing 1 is a prerequisite for taking Swing 2. Please contact Kristina at SocialDance.Kristina@gmail.com for more information.   Register and secure your spot today with one of the following options:  Pay online with a credit card:   Use the link below to pay online and secure your spot : https://www.sustainablehomeresource.com/offers/eX4P5JzH   Pay with check or cash:  Please contact Kristina at SocialDance.Kristina@gmail.com to secure your spot and arrange payment. Thanks!
 Tuesday, March 31st
Zumba Gold®
9:30am / Durango Senior Center
Zumba Gold® fuses Latin and World rhythms with easy to follow moves to create a dynamic fitness program that will leave you wanting more! Performed at a slower pace with lower impact, Zumba Gold® is perfect for beginning exercisers, Seniors, and anyone wanting major F U N at a less intense pace. Class is open to all-1st class free! Multi class discount punch cards available. *Class runs from 9:30-10:15 AM
Open Shop Day
12:00pm / Four Corners Gem & Mineral Club
The shop is a creative environment where other lapidary and jewelry artists generously share their knowledge, experience, techniques, and ideas. It is advisable to bring your own materials and hand tools if you have them. The Club offers an excellent variety of motorized tools, hand tools, and even some rough stone you may use to hone new skills.    Drop-ins and new members welcome. Experience is not necessary, however it is strongly recommended that new members attend a Shop Orientation that is held at 9:00 on the first Saturday of every month.    Anyone is welcome to join the Four Corners Gem & Mineral Club! Annual Membership fees are $30 per year for individuals and $45 per year for families (covers one or two adults and any children under 18 living in the same household)
Zumba®
1:15pm / Durango Community Recreation Center
Zumba® Once the Latin and World rhythms take over, you'll see why?Zumba®?Fitness classes are often called exercise in disguise..... A total workout combining all elements of fitness ? cardio, muscle conditioning, balance and flexibility, boosted energy and a serious dose of awesome! Your instructor is Durango personal trainer Lynn Beck. *Class runs from 1:15-2:15
Girls Night Out
5:00pm / Conundrum Escape Rooms
Come celebrate locally owned women business owners at the Conundrum Escape Room with all of your lady friends!    Benefit for the Women's Resource Center while celebrating Women's History Month and the 19th Amendment-Women's Rights to Vote!
Trivia Factory
6:30pm / The Roost
This trivia platform will be fun and friendly for the younger Durango crowd. Come challenge your minds, have some great food and drinks and win some great prizes that include Gift Cards to The Roost, Cuckoos and Animas City Theatre! Less
Open Shop Night
6:30pm / Four Corners Gem & Mineral Club
The shop is a creative environment where other lapidary and jewelry artists generously share their knowledge, experience, techniques, and ideas. It is advisable to bring your own materials and hand tools if you have them. The Club offers an excellent variety of motorized tools, hand tools, and even some rough stone you may use to hone new skills.    Drop-ins and new members welcome. Experience is not necessary, however it is strongly recommended that new members attend a Shop Orientation that is held at 9:00 on the first Saturday of every month.    Anyone is welcome to join the Four Corners Gem & Mineral Club! Annual Membership fees are $30 per year for individuals and $45 per year for families (covers one or two adults and any children under 18 living in the same household)
Salsa/Latin Dance Night
8:00pm / Wild Horse Saloon
Join is for the BEST Latin Dance Night in the Four Corners! Hot beats, fun atmosphere, dancing, cold drinks, great vibes!!
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