Workshops

 Wednesday, April 24th
Lunch & Learn: How Small Business & Startups Can Use Data
5:00pm / TBK Bank
Lunch & Learn Workshop: How Small Business & Startups Can Use Data: Real World Tips of How To Compete When You're the Underdog with MaryBeth Maskovas founder of Insight Lime Analytics.   The data you have is only as good as how you use it. Modern businesses collect a wealth of data and information, even small ones. From your P&L, sales reports, to website data we're positively swimming in information. The business you manages to use the data they have to make more informed decisions is the one who comes out on top more of the time - so remember that every time you're putting together a project to collect more data, first look at how you can use the data you have.    This "Lunch and Learn" will be packed with tactics you can launch right in the workshop.
Wildfire and Home Hardening
5:30pm / Durango Recreation Center
Learn Home Hardening Tips to Protect your home against Wildfire. How can small changes give your home a chance against wildfire .
Painting Party ~ Wildflowers
7:00pm / Picasso & Vino
Join us for the newest experience in Durango! Come celebrate with us while tapping into your inner artist. We'll show you step by step how to create your masterpiece.   No Experience Necessary.   Paint. Sip. Be Happy.
 Thursday, April 25th
Cinematic Creations Series
12:00pm / Center for Innovation (2nd floor of the Main Mall)
Are you new to the exciting world of social media or video creation? Join us for our "Basic Social Media and Content Creation Support" session!   In this series, we're here to assist you in navigating the introductory aspects of social media and video production. Whether you're just starting your online journey or looking to enhance your skills, our supportive community is here to guide you every step of the way.
Durango Green Drinks
5:00pm / 11th Street Station
Join Durango Green Drinks the last Thursday of the month from 5-7PM at 11th Street Station with two local sustainability organizations hosting each month. It's free and casual. Short announcements and presentations usually start around 5:30.
 Friday, April 26th
Painting Party ~ Northern Lights Over Pagosa
7:00pm / Picasso & Vino
Join us for the newest experience in Durango! Come celebrate with us while tapping into your inner artist. We'll show you step by step how to create your masterpiece.   No Experience Necessary.   Paint. Sip. Be Happy.
 Saturday, April 27th
DEA National Drug Take Back Day
10:00am / Durango Police Substation (near Three Springs)
The Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) and the Durango Police Department are committed to making our communities safer and healthier by preventing medication misuse and opioid addiction. Do you have unused or expired prescription medications?    Dispose of them safely during DEA National Drug Take Back Day, hosted by the Durango Police Department at the Durango Police Substation near Three Springs.   Tablets, capsules, patches, and other solid forms of prescription drugs will be accepted during Drug Take Back Day. The station will not accept liquids (including intravenous solutions), syringes, sharps, or illegal drugs. We will continue to accept vaping devices and cartridges at the drop-off location. Please remove lithium batteries before discarding them.   We will also be collecting food donations for Manna Soup Kitchen. Useful items include canned goods (fruits, vegetables, meats, meals) or packaged meals in single or group serving sizes (ramen, pasta, oatmeal, cereal, granola). Personal hygiene products are also beneficial.
Adventure Touring Workshop
11:00am / Durango Harley-Davidson
A thrilling adventure touring workshop designed for riders eager to explore the world of adventure touring motorcycles. This workshop offers riders the opportunity to test ride a variety of top-of-the-line adventure touring bikes and see how they handle!   RSVP by clicking the link below! https://forms.gle/XbkmEU46GnRGmkdC7
Easy Wire Findings & Components Jewelry Workshop
11:00am / Create Art & Tea
Learn to make jump rings, head pins, connectors, and clasps to complement your jewelry creations using basic wire working tools.    Class fee: $60 all materials included   Fees are payable to Create Art and Tea anytime before the class begins.    All necessary tools will be provided for use during this class.
Painting Party ~ Vallecito Lake
7:00pm / Picasso & Vino
Join us for the newest experience in Durango! Come celebrate with us while tapping into your inner artist. We'll show you step by step how to create your masterpiece.   No Experience Necessary.   Paint. Sip. Be Happy.
 Sunday, April 28th
Sunday Afternoon Painting Party ~ Beautiful Bouquet
1:30pm / Picasso & Vino
Join us for the newest experience in Durango! Come celebrate with us while tapping into your inner artist. We'll show you step by step how to create your masterpiece.   No Experience Necessary.   Paint. Sip. Be Happy.
 Tuesday, April 30th
New Police Department and City Hall Public Forum
5:30pm / Durango Public Library
Come learn and provide feedback about the interior conceptual design for the new Police Department/City Hall project. Free food, drinks, childcare and Spanish interpretation will be provided.
 Wednesday, May 1st
Preparing for Evacuation
5:30pm / Durango Recreation Center
Free workshop to prepare your family and animals in the event of wildfire evacuations. Know before you have to go!
Word Honey Poetry Workshop
6:00pm / The Hive
Get creative with local poets. Join us at The Hive for a community poetry workshop!
 Thursday, May 2nd
New Police Department and City Hall Virtual Public Forum
11:00am / Virtual
Can't make it to the in-person public forum on 4/30? Join the City of Durango virtually to learn and provide feedback about the interior conceptual design for the new Police Department and City Hall, located at the historic high school building at 201 East 12th Street.
 Friday, May 3rd
Land Stewardship at the Old Fort in Hesperus
9:00am / The Old Fort in Hesperus
La Plata County Extension and La Plata Open Space Conservancy are excited to announce an upcoming seminar on Land Stewardship at the Old Fort in Hesperus.   Topics include:  • Soil Health - panel discussion from area and regional experts on the basics of soil, the soil food web, no-till, and pasture development and management  • Forest Health & Wildfire Mitigation and Resilience  • Noxious Weeds and Pests  • Irrigation - the how to's (and what not to do)  • Water Rights  • Seeding  • Old Fort Garden Tour   Cost: $20 - includes lunch  Register: Stewardship Seminar - La Plata Open Space Conservancy (lposc.org)   Space is limited so register soon!  https://lposc.org/event/stewardship-seminar/
The ArtRoom Collective First Friday
4:00pm / Smiley Building / ArtRoom Collective
Christine Mullholand Family Art & Photography - AI-inspired art.   What do AI, processing emotions and art have in common? Christine Mulholland! The Mullholand Family Art & Photography have been exploring AI-inspired art and they find it to be both fun and therapeutic. Christine Mulholland and family start with an emotion and idea, and then engage with the AI technology as if it were a trusted friend to produce a wide range of notecards and art. Their notecards are currently being sold at Durango Coffee, Maria's Bookstore and There's No Place Like Home. (this AI-generated image is Christine's husband as an Irish Eagle!)   At 5:30, Christine will demonstrate her AI process, and will take requests from anyone to create or modify an image. She will also discuss her RememberStuff software - an art computer program which is a way to provide care and restore dignity and independence for a loved one with dementia.    The ArtRoom Collective at The Smiley is a diverse, working studio gallery where 23 artists, jewelers, potters, hat makers and others create, display and sell their handmade goods. Creating, collaborating and sharing their passion with the community.
 Saturday, May 4th
Introduction to Sewing
9:00am / Create Art & Tea
Learn how to sew & make this adorable little tote all in 30 minutes! You won't want to miss this class to learn such a valuable skill.    In this $25 introduction to sewing class, you will have a one on one experience with the instructor, Christy Hicks, owner of Just Ask Christy -Artisanal Goods & Services. You will have the chance to learn how to thread a sewing machine, wind a bobbin, sew basic straight stitches, make a gusset & hand stitch on a button or two. Availability is limited & will be held just two days only.   This is a simple starter project & will be very useful in your home, office, camper or even as a housewarming gift bag filled with goodies. The three tote materials shown are provided & you may choose your preference of fabric & buttons at the beginning of your class. Be sure to show up 10 min early so you can pick from the selection available before your class starts. The items provided will make this bag which is 8" wide x 5" D x 6" high. However, if you don't want it folded down inside for sturdier sides, you can end up with a bag that is approx. 12" high for magazines, yarn, snacks or hand towels. Bring a friend and one of you can enjoy some tea while the other is in the class and then switch.    The contents shown inside the bag are for example and/or size reference only. One free gift tag is offered if needed.
Mothers Day/Spa Themed Cookie Decorating Workshop
1:00pm / Mountain Dough Baking Company
Do you want to learn the basics of decorating sugar cookies?    If so, then this class is perfect for you!! You will practice basic piping and filling techniques and will walk away with these 5 beautifully decorated Spa themed cookies to take home.    You don't need any experience working with sugar cookies in the past!   *All supplies will be provided.   *Class tickets required. Purchase on our website.  *You must be 14 years or older to attend this class and be accompanied by an adult who also has a ticket.
Make a Mug
1:00pm / Create Art & Tea
Bring a friend and come play with mud! We will be making mugs, and there will be many opportunities to add your own flair to your creation. After 2 classes and 2 firings, you will have your very own mug that will be food safe and dishwasher safe. From beginning to advanced creators, mugs are a simple yet rewarding and exciting form of pottery. This is class will be fun for everyone. Think you can't make pottery? Think you're not creative? Please join us. I welcome everyone!    Class includes:  - 4 hours of personalized instruction over 2 classes  - Plenty of professional grade clay  - Choice of 3 glazes  - 2 kiln firings (bisque and glaze, both required to create your dishwasher safe mug)  - All required tools that you get to take with you when you're done   The Nitty Gritty Details : -Kids are welcome but anyone under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult  -Maximum class enrollment is 8, so I can provide individual attention to each and everyone  -Minimum class enrollment is 4, otherwise the class will have to be cancelled. So bring a friend!  -Don't be surprised if your mug(s) looks different than the photo; your individual touch is the best part.  -No refunds after the first class has started  -Please plan to pick up your work within 30 days of the final firing.  Bring a friend a get a FREE TEA voucher for Create Art and Tea!
 Tuesday, May 7th
Volunteer Informational Social
5:00pm / Durango Public Library
Join us for a casual Q & A chat with our experienced volunteers and hear about what Habitat La Plata has going on. Learn how you can make a difference in our community by volunteering on our next new home build project, at ReStore, or at community events. Come ask those questions... What is my commitment? What skills do I need? What if I can only...? No RSVP required. This session will be held at the Durango Public Library.
 Wednesday, May 8th
12th Annual Southwest Colorado Small Business Confrence
8:00am / Sky Ute Casino Resort
Exciting times ahead! Join us at the 12th Annual Southwest Colorado Small Business Conference for a day of inspiration, networking, and growth.
Great Garden Series - The SOIL Outdoor Learning Lab
4:30pm / Durango Public Library
The SOIL Outdoor Learning Lab is on a mission to cultivate a public outdoor growing facility rooted in community engagement, educational and economic opportunity, multigenerational collaboration, cultural and ecological stewardship, and healthy living practices. SOIL aspires to realize this mission by designing and developing an innovative horticulture and education facility to benefit the entire community of Southwest Colorado.     The first phase, a community and education garden, was opened to the public with programming for students across the region beginning June 1, 2023.  The next phase will deliver a 42' grow dome greenhouse!  To learn more, join us for this talk or visit SoilLab.org. 
Understanding Wildfires
5:30pm / Durango Recreation Center
Free workshop understanding our wildfire risk, how mitigation can affect the outcome of a wildfire and what to expect during a wildfire.
Writers & Scribblers
6:00pm / Durango Public Library
W&S is a group for writers of all kinds to learn, practice, and share the art and craft of writing.
 Thursday, May 9th
Crafternoons (for Adults!)
4:00pm / Durango Public Library
Crafting isn't just for kids!   Crafting isn't just fun, it's fundamental for mental health, relaxation, and happiness! Come and explore our awesome craft supplies each month. Follow a suggested project or free play and create your own masterpiece! This space is reserved for adults (17+)   April: Upcycled book wreaths!
 Friday, May 10th
BIDs Coffee and Conversation Meeting
8:30am / TBK Bank Community Room
BID holds a monthly meeting for business owners on the 2nd Friday of every month from 8:30 to 9:30 am at TBK Bank. The agendas for these meetings will be posted below a few days before the meeting date.   Check website for the agenda and meeting dates https://www.downtowndurango.org/meetings   Meeting dates subject to change, contact Tim Walsworth at timw@downtowndurango.org with any questions.
 Saturday, May 11th
Homebuyer Education Class in Durango
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.
 Tuesday, May 14th
Economic Development Alliance Meeting
8:00am / Center for Innovation (Main Mall)
Be Part of the Conversation! At the heart of La Plata County's economic pulse, these gatherings are the most significant meetings in the county, fostering a dynamic space where business leaders, government officials, and visionaries unite to shape the future of our thriving community.   Join us on the 2nd Tuesday of every month for our Membership Meetings, where innovation meets collaboration.   Doors open at 7:30 for food, coffee, and networking. Guests and visitors are welcome! The La Plata Economic Development Alliance is a non-profit dedicated to enabling La Plata County to be one of the most vital, vibrant communities in the country to live, work, learn, and play.
How to Stay out of a Nursing Home
1:00pm / Durango Senior Center - Window Room
Next in the continuing free series at Durango Senior Center, we will talk about ways to avoid someone taking your decision-making abilities away through guardianship. Please join us!
 Wednesday, May 15th
Butterfly Artist Collective
5:30pm / Create Art & Tea
Call to Artists - Share Your Story   The Butterfly Collective and The Art Guild of Create are coming together to create monthly networking meetings for all creative minds to come together and share and learn from each other.   We will have a guest speaker each meeting to enhance the time as well.   Only charge is that you will get charged and inspired to get connected to your creative sparks!
Word Honey Poetry Workshop
6:00pm / The Hive
Get creative with local poets. Join us at The Hive for a community poetry workshop!
 Monday, May 20th
Durango Death Cafe
4:00pm / Durango Public Library
A Death Cafe is a time and place where people come to share food, drink tea or coffee, and discuss death openly and honestly. The aim is to increase awareness about death in order to help people make the most of their (finite) lives. There is never an intention of leading participants to any conclusion, product or course of action. A Death Café is not a bereavement support or grief counseling setting, nor is it a place to give people information about death and dying. It is not for people who, for whatever reason, are unwilling to discuss the subject of death comfortably and openly. Interesting conversations are guaranteed! These events are facilitated by Lola Montano, a registered nurse who is pursuing her hospice certification and is interested in becoming a death doula.    Join us every fourth Monday of the month from 4-5:30 pm.
 Tuesday, May 21st
Monthly Mindfulness Group
9:00am / Myah Mindfulness
Cost: $20 per session  To reserve your space: call or email!   In each session, we will explore, with curiosity, the nature of our own minds. We will investigate our experience through mindfulness practice in a wakeful, attentive, open, free and loving way. The purpose is to learn to become aware of mental, emotional and physical phenomena in our experience, and cultivate joy in daily living that brings profound ease, freedom and intimate connection with life.
Bayfield Death Cafe
1:00pm / Pine River Library Community Room
Pine River Library is one of many groups in 79 countries across the world that host Death Cafés. A Death Cafe is a time and place where people come to share food, drink tea or coffee, and discuss death openly and honestly. The aim is to increase awareness about death in order to help people make the most of their (finite) lives. There is never an intention of leading participants to any conclusion, product or course of action. A Death Café is not a bereavement support or grief counseling setting, nor is it a place to give people information about death and dying. It is not for people who, for whatever reason, are unwilling to discuss the subject of death comfortably and openly. Interesting conversations are guaranteed! These events are facilitated by Lola Montano, a registered nurse who is pursuing her hospice certification and is interested in becoming a death doula.    Join us every third Tuesday of the month from 1-2:30 pm.
 Wednesday, May 22nd
Great Garden Series - The Permacultural Approach to Prepping the Spring Garden
4:30pm / Durango Public Library
Permaculture is all about working with the flow of nature. The result in your landscape is twofold: (1) dramatically diminished inputs of effort and resources and (2) beauty abounds with greater ecological harmony. Come learn a few simple steps that you can readily take in your landscape to achieve these impactful results.
 Saturday, May 25th
Threads of Renewal: Upcycled Block Printing Workshop
2:00pm / Durango Arts Center
Join us in an eco-conscious journey where art meets sustainability! In this workshop, you'll embark on a creative exploration of designing and block printing on upcycled clothing. Begin by tapping into your artistic instincts to sketch unique patterns and designs that breathe new life into old garments. Our local artist, Louisa Palmer, will guide you through the process of transferring your vision onto blocks and printing them onto carefully selected upcycled garments.   Discover the joy of transforming discarded pieces into wearable masterpieces, merging artistry with environmental mindfulness. Whether you're a seasoned artist or a first-time creator, this workshop invites everyone to contribute to a more sustainable and stylish world. Unleash your creativity, make a positive impact, and leave with not only a personalized garment but also the satisfaction of contributing to a more eco-friendly fashion landscape.
 Monday, May 27th
Register! Wildland Fire Academy - June 3-8
7:00am / Archuleta County Fairgrounds
FREE to the first 20 students enrolled  • Earn 3 college credits.  • Open to anyone 18 and up  • Prepare to earn your S130 and S190  • Meet local and regional firefighters and get info on job opportunities on a crew!   LEARN MORE  Mancos campus  970.564.6201  Durango site  970.385.2020  Email: GoZoneMancos@pueblocc.edu
 Tuesday, May 28th
Engage Durango Forum
5:00pm / Durango Public Library
Meet with the City of Durango leadership team to learn more about departmental projects or give feedback. The forum will start with a short presentation on snow removal, followed by time to interact with the leadership team in a casual setting. Discussions with staff are not limited to the presentation topic. Free food, interpretation, and child care provided.
 Wednesday, May 29th
Word Honey Poetry Workshop
6:00pm / The Hive
Get creative with local poets. Join us at The Hive for a community poetry workshop!
 Thursday, May 30th
Durango Green Drinks
5:00pm / 11th Street Station
Join Durango Green Drinks the last Thursday of the month from 5-7PM at 11th Street Station with two local sustainability organizations hosting each month. It's free and casual. Short announcements and presentations usually start around 5:30.
 Monday, June 3rd
Wildland Fire Academy - June 3-8
7:00am / Archuleta County Fairgrounds
FREE to the first 20 students enrolled  • Earn 3 college credits.  • Open to anyone 18 and up  • Prepare to earn your S130 and S190  • Meet local and regional firefighters and get info on job opportunities on a crew!   LEARN MORE  Mancos campus  970.564.6201  Durango site  970.385.2020  Email: GoZoneMancos@pueblocc.edu
 Friday, June 7th
The ArtRoom Collective First Friday
4:00pm / Smiley Building / ArtRoom Collective
The ArtRoom Collective at The Smiley is a diverse, working studio gallery where 23 artists, jewelers, potters, hat makers and others create, display and sell their handmade goods. Creating, collaborating and sharing their passion with the community.
 Saturday, June 8th
Homebuyer Education Class in Durango
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.
 Tuesday, June 11th
Economic Development Alliance Meeting
8:00am / Center for Innovation (Main Mall)
Be Part of the Conversation! At the heart of La Plata County's economic pulse, these gatherings are the most significant meetings in the county, fostering a dynamic space where business leaders, government officials, and visionaries unite to shape the future of our thriving community.   Join us on the 2nd Tuesday of every month for our Membership Meetings, where innovation meets collaboration.   Doors open at 7:30 for food, coffee, and networking. Guests and visitors are welcome! The La Plata Economic Development Alliance is a non-profit dedicated to enabling La Plata County to be one of the most vital, vibrant communities in the country to live, work, learn, and play.
How to Stay out of a Nursing Home
1:00pm / Durango Senior Center - Window Room
Next in the continuing free series at Durango Senior Center, we will talk about ways to avoid someone taking your decision-making abilities away through guardianship. Please join us!
 Wednesday, June 12th
Writers & Scribblers
6:00pm / Durango Public Library
W&S is a group for writers of all kinds to learn, practice, and share the art and craft of writing.
Word Honey Poetry Workshop
6:00pm / The Hive
Get creative with local poets. Join us at The Hive for a community poetry workshop!
 Thursday, June 13th
Crafternoons (for Adults!)
4:00pm / Durango Public Library
Crafting isn't just for kids!   Crafting isn't just fun, it's fundamental for mental health, relaxation, and happiness! Come and explore our awesome craft supplies each month. Follow a suggested project or free play and create your own masterpiece! This space is reserved for adults (17+)   April: Upcycled book wreaths!
 Friday, June 14th
BIDs Coffee and Conversation Meeting
8:30am / TBK Bank Community Room
BID holds a monthly meeting for business owners on the 2nd Friday of every month from 8:30 to 9:30 am at TBK Bank. The agendas for these meetings will be posted below a few days before the meeting date.   Check website for the agenda and meeting dates https://www.downtowndurango.org/meetings   Meeting dates subject to change, contact Tim Walsworth at timw@downtowndurango.org with any questions.
 Tuesday, June 18th
Monthly Mindfulness Group
9:00am / Myah Mindfulness
Cost: $20 per session  To reserve your space: call or email!   In each session, we will explore, with curiosity, the nature of our own minds. We will investigate our experience through mindfulness practice in a wakeful, attentive, open, free and loving way. The purpose is to learn to become aware of mental, emotional and physical phenomena in our experience, and cultivate joy in daily living that brings profound ease, freedom and intimate connection with life.
Bayfield Death Cafe
1:00pm / Pine River Library Community Room
Pine River Library is one of many groups in 79 countries across the world that host Death Cafés. A Death Cafe is a time and place where people come to share food, drink tea or coffee, and discuss death openly and honestly. The aim is to increase awareness about death in order to help people make the most of their (finite) lives. There is never an intention of leading participants to any conclusion, product or course of action. A Death Café is not a bereavement support or grief counseling setting, nor is it a place to give people information about death and dying. It is not for people who, for whatever reason, are unwilling to discuss the subject of death comfortably and openly. Interesting conversations are guaranteed! These events are facilitated by Lola Montano, a registered nurse who is pursuing her hospice certification and is interested in becoming a death doula.    Join us every third Tuesday of the month from 1-2:30 pm.
 Monday, June 24th
Durango Death Cafe
4:00pm / Durango Public Library
A Death Cafe is a time and place where people come to share food, drink tea or coffee, and discuss death openly and honestly. The aim is to increase awareness about death in order to help people make the most of their (finite) lives. There is never an intention of leading participants to any conclusion, product or course of action. A Death Café is not a bereavement support or grief counseling setting, nor is it a place to give people information about death and dying. It is not for people who, for whatever reason, are unwilling to discuss the subject of death comfortably and openly. Interesting conversations are guaranteed! These events are facilitated by Lola Montano, a registered nurse who is pursuing her hospice certification and is interested in becoming a death doula.    Join us every fourth Monday of the month from 4-5:30 pm.
 Wednesday, June 26th
Word Honey Poetry Workshop
6:00pm / The Hive
Get creative with local poets. Join us at The Hive for a community poetry workshop!
 Thursday, June 27th
Durango Green Drinks
5:00pm / 11th Street Station
Join Durango Green Drinks the last Thursday of the month from 5-7PM at 11th Street Station with two local sustainability organizations hosting each month. It's free and casual. Short announcements and presentations usually start around 5:30.
 Friday, July 5th
The ArtRoom Collective First Friday
4:00pm / Smiley Building / ArtRoom Collective
The ArtRoom Collective at The Smiley is a diverse, working studio gallery where 23 artists, jewelers, potters, hat makers and others create, display and sell their handmade goods. Creating, collaborating and sharing their passion with the community.
 Tuesday, July 9th
Economic Development Alliance Meeting
8:00am / Center for Innovation (Main Mall)
Be Part of the Conversation! At the heart of La Plata County's economic pulse, these gatherings are the most significant meetings in the county, fostering a dynamic space where business leaders, government officials, and visionaries unite to shape the future of our thriving community.   Join us on the 2nd Tuesday of every month for our Membership Meetings, where innovation meets collaboration.   Doors open at 7:30 for food, coffee, and networking. Guests and visitors are welcome! The La Plata Economic Development Alliance is a non-profit dedicated to enabling La Plata County to be one of the most vital, vibrant communities in the country to live, work, learn, and play.
How to Stay out of a Nursing Home
1:00pm / Durango Senior Center - Window Room
Next in the continuing free series at Durango Senior Center, we will talk about ways to avoid someone taking your decision-making abilities away through guardianship. Please join us!
 Wednesday, July 10th
Writers & Scribblers
6:00pm / Durango Public Library
W&S is a group for writers of all kinds to learn, practice, and share the art and craft of writing.
 Thursday, July 11th
Crafternoons (for Adults!)
4:00pm / Durango Public Library
Crafting isn't just for kids!   Crafting isn't just fun, it's fundamental for mental health, relaxation, and happiness! Come and explore our awesome craft supplies each month. Follow a suggested project or free play and create your own masterpiece! This space is reserved for adults (17+)   April: Upcycled book wreaths!
 Friday, July 12th
BIDs Coffee and Conversation Meeting
8:30am / TBK Bank Community Room
BID holds a monthly meeting for business owners on the 2nd Friday of every month from 8:30 to 9:30 am at TBK Bank. The agendas for these meetings will be posted below a few days before the meeting date.   Check website for the agenda and meeting dates https://www.downtowndurango.org/meetings   Meeting dates subject to change, contact Tim Walsworth at timw@downtowndurango.org with any questions.
 Tuesday, July 16th
Monthly Mindfulness Group
9:00am / Myah Mindfulness
Cost: $20 per session  To reserve your space: call or email!   In each session, we will explore, with curiosity, the nature of our own minds. We will investigate our experience through mindfulness practice in a wakeful, attentive, open, free and loving way. The purpose is to learn to become aware of mental, emotional and physical phenomena in our experience, and cultivate joy in daily living that brings profound ease, freedom and intimate connection with life.
Bayfield Death Cafe
1:00pm / Pine River Library Community Room
Pine River Library is one of many groups in 79 countries across the world that host Death Cafés. A Death Cafe is a time and place where people come to share food, drink tea or coffee, and discuss death openly and honestly. The aim is to increase awareness about death in order to help people make the most of their (finite) lives. There is never an intention of leading participants to any conclusion, product or course of action. A Death Café is not a bereavement support or grief counseling setting, nor is it a place to give people information about death and dying. It is not for people who, for whatever reason, are unwilling to discuss the subject of death comfortably and openly. Interesting conversations are guaranteed! These events are facilitated by Lola Montano, a registered nurse who is pursuing her hospice certification and is interested in becoming a death doula.    Join us every third Tuesday of the month from 1-2:30 pm.
 Thursday, July 25th
Durango Green Drinks
5:00pm / 11th Street Station
Join Durango Green Drinks the last Thursday of the month from 5-7PM at 11th Street Station with two local sustainability organizations hosting each month. It's free and casual. Short announcements and presentations usually start around 5:30.
 Friday, August 2nd
The ArtRoom Collective First Friday
4:00pm / Smiley Building / ArtRoom Collective
Christine Mullholand Family Art & Photography - AI-inspired art.   What do AI, processing emotions and art have in common? Christine Mulholland! The Mullholand Family Art & Photography have been exploring AI-inspired art and they find it to be both fun and therapeutic. Christine Mulholland and family start with an emotion and idea, and then engage with the AI technology as if it were a trusted friend to produce a wide range of notecards and art. Their notecards are currently being sold at Durango Coffee, Maria's Bookstore and There's No Place Like Home. (this AI-generated image is Christine's husband as an Irish Eagle!)   At 5:30, Christine will demonstrate her AI process, and will take requests from anyone to create or modify an image. She will also discuss her RememberStuff software - an art computer program which is a way to provide care and restore dignity and independence for a loved one with dementia.    The ArtRoom Collective at The Smiley is a diverse, working studio gallery where 23 artists, jewelers, potters, hat makers and others create, display and sell their handmade goods. Creating, collaborating and sharing their passion with the community.
 Thursday, August 8th
Crafternoons (for Adults!)
4:00pm / Durango Public Library
Crafting isn't just for kids!   Crafting isn't just fun, it's fundamental for mental health, relaxation, and happiness! Come and explore our awesome craft supplies each month. Follow a suggested project or free play and create your own masterpiece! This space is reserved for adults (17+)   April: Upcycled book wreaths!
 Friday, August 9th
BIDs Coffee and Conversation Meeting
8:30am / TBK Bank Community Room
BID holds a monthly meeting for business owners on the 2nd Friday of every month from 8:30 to 9:30 am at TBK Bank. The agendas for these meetings will be posted below a few days before the meeting date.   Check website for the agenda and meeting dates https://www.downtowndurango.org/meetings   Meeting dates subject to change, contact Tim Walsworth at timw@downtowndurango.org with any questions.
 Monday, August 12th
Register! Wildland Fire Academy
7:00am / Pueblo Community College Southwest - Mancos
Create your future! Certification training at PCC Southwest  Low-Cost or Zero-Cost Training for In-Demand Jobs  Ready for a career change? Take the first step with Career Advance Colorado. Receive free or low-cost training for jobs in rewarding fields that move Colorado forward.   Register NOW for Fall Classes at PCC Southwest  LEARN MORE  For more information, contact:  Mancos campus | 970.564.6201  Durango site | 970.385.2020  Email | GoZoneMancos@pueblocc.edu
 Tuesday, August 13th
Economic Development Alliance Meeting
8:00am / Center for Innovation (Main Mall)
Be Part of the Conversation! At the heart of La Plata County's economic pulse, these gatherings are the most significant meetings in the county, fostering a dynamic space where business leaders, government officials, and visionaries unite to shape the future of our thriving community.   Join us on the 2nd Tuesday of every month for our Membership Meetings, where innovation meets collaboration.   Doors open at 7:30 for food, coffee, and networking. Guests and visitors are welcome! The La Plata Economic Development Alliance is a non-profit dedicated to enabling La Plata County to be one of the most vital, vibrant communities in the country to live, work, learn, and play.
How to Stay out of a Nursing Home
1:00pm / Durango Senior Center - Window Room
Next in the continuing free series at Durango Senior Center, we will talk about ways to avoid someone taking your decision-making abilities away through guardianship. Please join us!
 Wednesday, August 14th
Writers & Scribblers
6:00pm / Durango Public Library
W&S is a group for writers of all kinds to learn, practice, and share the art and craft of writing.
 Monday, August 19th
Wildland Fire Academy
7:00am / Pueblo Community College Southwest - Mancos
Create your future! Certification training at PCC Southwest  Low-Cost or Zero-Cost Training for In-Demand Jobs  Ready for a career change? Take the first step with Career Advance Colorado. Receive free or low-cost training for jobs in rewarding fields that move Colorado forward.   Register NOW for Fall Classes at PCC Southwest  LEARN MORE  For more information, contact:  Mancos campus | 970.564.6201  Durango site | 970.385.2020  Email | GoZoneMancos@pueblocc.edu
 Tuesday, August 20th
Monthly Mindfulness Group
9:00am / Myah Mindfulness
Cost: $20 per session  To reserve your space: call or email!   In each session, we will explore, with curiosity, the nature of our own minds. We will investigate our experience through mindfulness practice in a wakeful, attentive, open, free and loving way. The purpose is to learn to become aware of mental, emotional and physical phenomena in our experience, and cultivate joy in daily living that brings profound ease, freedom and intimate connection with life.
Bayfield Death Cafe
1:00pm / Pine River Library Community Room
Pine River Library is one of many groups in 79 countries across the world that host Death Cafés. A Death Cafe is a time and place where people come to share food, drink tea or coffee, and discuss death openly and honestly. The aim is to increase awareness about death in order to help people make the most of their (finite) lives. There is never an intention of leading participants to any conclusion, product or course of action. A Death Café is not a bereavement support or grief counseling setting, nor is it a place to give people information about death and dying. It is not for people who, for whatever reason, are unwilling to discuss the subject of death comfortably and openly. Interesting conversations are guaranteed! These events are facilitated by Lola Montano, a registered nurse who is pursuing her hospice certification and is interested in becoming a death doula.    Join us every third Tuesday of the month from 1-2:30 pm.
 Thursday, August 29th
Durango Green Drinks
5:00pm / 11th Street Station
Join Durango Green Drinks the last Thursday of the month from 5-7PM at 11th Street Station with two local sustainability organizations hosting each month. It's free and casual. Short announcements and presentations usually start around 5:30.
 Friday, September 6th
The ArtRoom Collective First Friday
4:00pm / Smiley Building / ArtRoom Collective
Christine Mullholand Family Art & Photography - AI-inspired art.   What do AI, processing emotions and art have in common? Christine Mulholland! The Mullholand Family Art & Photography have been exploring AI-inspired art and they find it to be both fun and therapeutic. Christine Mulholland and family start with an emotion and idea, and then engage with the AI technology as if it were a trusted friend to produce a wide range of notecards and art. Their notecards are currently being sold at Durango Coffee, Maria's Bookstore and There's No Place Like Home. (this AI-generated image is Christine's husband as an Irish Eagle!)   At 5:30, Christine will demonstrate her AI process, and will take requests from anyone to create or modify an image. She will also discuss her RememberStuff software - an art computer program which is a way to provide care and restore dignity and independence for a loved one with dementia.    The ArtRoom Collective at The Smiley is a diverse, working studio gallery where 23 artists, jewelers, potters, hat makers and others create, display and sell their handmade goods. Creating, collaborating and sharing their passion with the community.
 Tuesday, September 10th
How to Stay out of a Nursing Home
1:00pm / Durango Senior Center - Window Room
Next in the continuing free series at Durango Senior Center, we will talk about ways to avoid someone taking your decision-making abilities away through guardianship. Please join us!
 Thursday, September 12th
Crafternoons (for Adults!)
4:00pm / Durango Public Library
Crafting isn't just for kids!   Crafting isn't just fun, it's fundamental for mental health, relaxation, and happiness! Come and explore our awesome craft supplies each month. Follow a suggested project or free play and create your own masterpiece! This space is reserved for adults (17+)   April: Upcycled book wreaths!
 Friday, September 13th
BIDs Coffee and Conversation Meeting
8:30am / TBK Bank Community Room
BID holds a monthly meeting for business owners on the 2nd Friday of every month from 8:30 to 9:30 am at TBK Bank. The agendas for these meetings will be posted below a few days before the meeting date.   Check website for the agenda and meeting dates https://www.downtowndurango.org/meetings   Meeting dates subject to change, contact Tim Walsworth at timw@downtowndurango.org with any questions.
 Tuesday, September 17th
Monthly Mindfulness Group
9:00am / Myah Mindfulness
Cost: $20 per session  To reserve your space: call or email!   In each session, we will explore, with curiosity, the nature of our own minds. We will investigate our experience through mindfulness practice in a wakeful, attentive, open, free and loving way. The purpose is to learn to become aware of mental, emotional and physical phenomena in our experience, and cultivate joy in daily living that brings profound ease, freedom and intimate connection with life.
Bayfield Death Cafe
1:00pm / Pine River Library Community Room
Pine River Library is one of many groups in 79 countries across the world that host Death Cafés. A Death Cafe is a time and place where people come to share food, drink tea or coffee, and discuss death openly and honestly. The aim is to increase awareness about death in order to help people make the most of their (finite) lives. There is never an intention of leading participants to any conclusion, product or course of action. A Death Café is not a bereavement support or grief counseling setting, nor is it a place to give people information about death and dying. It is not for people who, for whatever reason, are unwilling to discuss the subject of death comfortably and openly. Interesting conversations are guaranteed! These events are facilitated by Lola Montano, a registered nurse who is pursuing her hospice certification and is interested in becoming a death doula.    Join us every third Tuesday of the month from 1-2:30 pm.
 Thursday, September 26th
Durango Green Drinks
5:00pm / 11th Street Station
Join Durango Green Drinks the last Thursday of the month from 5-7PM at 11th Street Station with two local sustainability organizations hosting each month. It's free and casual. Short announcements and presentations usually start around 5:30.
 Friday, October 4th
The ArtRoom Collective First Friday
4:00pm / Smiley Building / ArtRoom Collective
Christine Mullholand Family Art & Photography - AI-inspired art.   What do AI, processing emotions and art have in common? Christine Mulholland! The Mullholand Family Art & Photography have been exploring AI-inspired art and they find it to be both fun and therapeutic. Christine Mulholland and family start with an emotion and idea, and then engage with the AI technology as if it were a trusted friend to produce a wide range of notecards and art. Their notecards are currently being sold at Durango Coffee, Maria's Bookstore and There's No Place Like Home. (this AI-generated image is Christine's husband as an Irish Eagle!)   At 5:30, Christine will demonstrate her AI process, and will take requests from anyone to create or modify an image. She will also discuss her RememberStuff software - an art computer program which is a way to provide care and restore dignity and independence for a loved one with dementia.    The ArtRoom Collective at The Smiley is a diverse, working studio gallery where 23 artists, jewelers, potters, hat makers and others create, display and sell their handmade goods. Creating, collaborating and sharing their passion with the community.
 Tuesday, October 8th
Economic Development Alliance Meeting
8:00am / Center for Innovation (Main Mall)
Be Part of the Conversation! At the heart of La Plata County's economic pulse, these gatherings are the most significant meetings in the county, fostering a dynamic space where business leaders, government officials, and visionaries unite to shape the future of our thriving community.   Join us on the 2nd Tuesday of every month for our Membership Meetings, where innovation meets collaboration.   Doors open at 7:30 for food, coffee, and networking. Guests and visitors are welcome! The La Plata Economic Development Alliance is a non-profit dedicated to enabling La Plata County to be one of the most vital, vibrant communities in the country to live, work, learn, and play.
How to Stay out of a Nursing Home
1:00pm / Durango Senior Center - Window Room
Next in the continuing free series at Durango Senior Center, we will talk about ways to avoid someone taking your decision-making abilities away through guardianship. Please join us!
 Thursday, October 10th
Crafternoons (for Adults!)
4:00pm / Durango Public Library
Crafting isn't just for kids!   Crafting isn't just fun, it's fundamental for mental health, relaxation, and happiness! Come and explore our awesome craft supplies each month. Follow a suggested project or free play and create your own masterpiece! This space is reserved for adults (17+)   April: Upcycled book wreaths!
 Friday, October 11th
BIDs Coffee and Conversation Meeting
8:30am / TBK Bank Community Room
BID holds a monthly meeting for business owners on the 2nd Friday of every month from 8:30 to 9:30 am at TBK Bank. The agendas for these meetings will be posted below a few days before the meeting date.   Check website for the agenda and meeting dates https://www.downtowndurango.org/meetings   Meeting dates subject to change, contact Tim Walsworth at timw@downtowndurango.org with any questions.
 Tuesday, October 15th
Monthly Mindfulness Group
9:00am / Myah Mindfulness
Cost: $20 per session  To reserve your space: call or email!   In each session, we will explore, with curiosity, the nature of our own minds. We will investigate our experience through mindfulness practice in a wakeful, attentive, open, free and loving way. The purpose is to learn to become aware of mental, emotional and physical phenomena in our experience, and cultivate joy in daily living that brings profound ease, freedom and intimate connection with life.
Bayfield Death Cafe
1:00pm / Pine River Library Community Room
Pine River Library is one of many groups in 79 countries across the world that host Death Cafés. A Death Cafe is a time and place where people come to share food, drink tea or coffee, and discuss death openly and honestly. The aim is to increase awareness about death in order to help people make the most of their (finite) lives. There is never an intention of leading participants to any conclusion, product or course of action. A Death Café is not a bereavement support or grief counseling setting, nor is it a place to give people information about death and dying. It is not for people who, for whatever reason, are unwilling to discuss the subject of death comfortably and openly. Interesting conversations are guaranteed! These events are facilitated by Lola Montano, a registered nurse who is pursuing her hospice certification and is interested in becoming a death doula.    Join us every third Tuesday of the month from 1-2:30 pm.
 Thursday, October 31st
Durango Green Drinks
5:00pm / 11th Street Station
Join Durango Green Drinks the last Thursday of the month from 5-7PM at 11th Street Station with two local sustainability organizations hosting each month. It's free and casual. Short announcements and presentations usually start around 5:30.
 Friday, November 1st
The ArtRoom Collective First Friday
4:00pm / Smiley Building / ArtRoom Collective
Christine Mullholand Family Art & Photography - AI-inspired art.   What do AI, processing emotions and art have in common? Christine Mulholland! The Mullholand Family Art & Photography have been exploring AI-inspired art and they find it to be both fun and therapeutic. Christine Mulholland and family start with an emotion and idea, and then engage with the AI technology as if it were a trusted friend to produce a wide range of notecards and art. Their notecards are currently being sold at Durango Coffee, Maria's Bookstore and There's No Place Like Home. (this AI-generated image is Christine's husband as an Irish Eagle!)   At 5:30, Christine will demonstrate her AI process, and will take requests from anyone to create or modify an image. She will also discuss her RememberStuff software - an art computer program which is a way to provide care and restore dignity and independence for a loved one with dementia.    The ArtRoom Collective at The Smiley is a diverse, working studio gallery where 23 artists, jewelers, potters, hat makers and others create, display and sell their handmade goods. Creating, collaborating and sharing their passion with the community.
 Friday, November 8th
BIDs Coffee and Conversation Meeting
8:30am / TBK Bank Community Room
BID holds a monthly meeting for business owners on the 2nd Friday of every month from 8:30 to 9:30 am at TBK Bank. The agendas for these meetings will be posted below a few days before the meeting date.   Check website for the agenda and meeting dates https://www.downtowndurango.org/meetings   Meeting dates subject to change, contact Tim Walsworth at timw@downtowndurango.org with any questions.
 Tuesday, November 12th
Economic Development Alliance Meeting
8:00am / Center for Innovation (Main Mall)
Be Part of the Conversation! At the heart of La Plata County's economic pulse, these gatherings are the most significant meetings in the county, fostering a dynamic space where business leaders, government officials, and visionaries unite to shape the future of our thriving community.   Join us on the 2nd Tuesday of every month for our Membership Meetings, where innovation meets collaboration.   Doors open at 7:30 for food, coffee, and networking. Guests and visitors are welcome! The La Plata Economic Development Alliance is a non-profit dedicated to enabling La Plata County to be one of the most vital, vibrant communities in the country to live, work, learn, and play.
How to Stay out of a Nursing Home
1:00pm / Durango Senior Center - Window Room
Next in the continuing free series at Durango Senior Center, we will talk about ways to avoid someone taking your decision-making abilities away through guardianship. Please join us!
 Thursday, November 14th
Crafternoons (for Adults!)
4:00pm / Durango Public Library
Crafting isn't just for kids!   Crafting isn't just fun, it's fundamental for mental health, relaxation, and happiness! Come and explore our awesome craft supplies each month. Follow a suggested project or free play and create your own masterpiece! This space is reserved for adults (17+)   April: Upcycled book wreaths!
 Tuesday, November 19th
Monthly Mindfulness Group
9:00am / Myah Mindfulness
Cost: $20 per session  To reserve your space: call or email!   In each session, we will explore, with curiosity, the nature of our own minds. We will investigate our experience through mindfulness practice in a wakeful, attentive, open, free and loving way. The purpose is to learn to become aware of mental, emotional and physical phenomena in our experience, and cultivate joy in daily living that brings profound ease, freedom and intimate connection with life.
Bayfield Death Cafe
1:00pm / Pine River Library Community Room
Pine River Library is one of many groups in 79 countries across the world that host Death Cafés. A Death Cafe is a time and place where people come to share food, drink tea or coffee, and discuss death openly and honestly. The aim is to increase awareness about death in order to help people make the most of their (finite) lives. There is never an intention of leading participants to any conclusion, product or course of action. A Death Café is not a bereavement support or grief counseling setting, nor is it a place to give people information about death and dying. It is not for people who, for whatever reason, are unwilling to discuss the subject of death comfortably and openly. Interesting conversations are guaranteed! These events are facilitated by Lola Montano, a registered nurse who is pursuing her hospice certification and is interested in becoming a death doula.    Join us every third Tuesday of the month from 1-2:30 pm.
 Thursday, November 28th
Durango Green Drinks
5:00pm / 11th Street Station
Join Durango Green Drinks the last Thursday of the month from 5-7PM at 11th Street Station with two local sustainability organizations hosting each month. It's free and casual. Short announcements and presentations usually start around 5:30.
 Friday, December 6th
The ArtRoom Collective First Friday
4:00pm / Smiley Building / ArtRoom Collective
Christine Mullholand Family Art & Photography - AI-inspired art.   What do AI, processing emotions and art have in common? Christine Mulholland! The Mullholand Family Art & Photography have been exploring AI-inspired art and they find it to be both fun and therapeutic. Christine Mulholland and family start with an emotion and idea, and then engage with the AI technology as if it were a trusted friend to produce a wide range of notecards and art. Their notecards are currently being sold at Durango Coffee, Maria's Bookstore and There's No Place Like Home. (this AI-generated image is Christine's husband as an Irish Eagle!)   At 5:30, Christine will demonstrate her AI process, and will take requests from anyone to create or modify an image. She will also discuss her RememberStuff software - an art computer program which is a way to provide care and restore dignity and independence for a loved one with dementia.    The ArtRoom Collective at The Smiley is a diverse, working studio gallery where 23 artists, jewelers, potters, hat makers and others create, display and sell their handmade goods. Creating, collaborating and sharing their passion with the community.
 Tuesday, December 10th
Economic Development Alliance Meeting
8:00am / Center for Innovation (Main Mall)
Be Part of the Conversation! At the heart of La Plata County's economic pulse, these gatherings are the most significant meetings in the county, fostering a dynamic space where business leaders, government officials, and visionaries unite to shape the future of our thriving community.   Join us on the 2nd Tuesday of every month for our Membership Meetings, where innovation meets collaboration.   Doors open at 7:30 for food, coffee, and networking. Guests and visitors are welcome! The La Plata Economic Development Alliance is a non-profit dedicated to enabling La Plata County to be one of the most vital, vibrant communities in the country to live, work, learn, and play.
How to Stay out of a Nursing Home
1:00pm / Durango Senior Center - Window Room
Next in the continuing free series at Durango Senior Center, we will talk about ways to avoid someone taking your decision-making abilities away through guardianship. Please join us!
 Thursday, December 12th
Crafternoons (for Adults!)
4:00pm / Durango Public Library
Crafting isn't just for kids!   Crafting isn't just fun, it's fundamental for mental health, relaxation, and happiness! Come and explore our awesome craft supplies each month. Follow a suggested project or free play and create your own masterpiece! This space is reserved for adults (17+)   April: Upcycled book wreaths!
 Friday, December 13th
BIDs Coffee and Conversation Meeting
8:30am / TBK Bank Community Room
BID holds a monthly meeting for business owners on the 2nd Friday of every month from 8:30 to 9:30 am at TBK Bank. The agendas for these meetings will be posted below a few days before the meeting date.   Check website for the agenda and meeting dates https://www.downtowndurango.org/meetings   Meeting dates subject to change, contact Tim Walsworth at timw@downtowndurango.org with any questions.
 Tuesday, December 17th
Monthly Mindfulness Group
9:00am / Myah Mindfulness
Cost: $20 per session  To reserve your space: call or email!   In each session, we will explore, with curiosity, the nature of our own minds. We will investigate our experience through mindfulness practice in a wakeful, attentive, open, free and loving way. The purpose is to learn to become aware of mental, emotional and physical phenomena in our experience, and cultivate joy in daily living that brings profound ease, freedom and intimate connection with life.
Bayfield Death Cafe
1:00pm / Pine River Library Community Room
Pine River Library is one of many groups in 79 countries across the world that host Death Cafés. A Death Cafe is a time and place where people come to share food, drink tea or coffee, and discuss death openly and honestly. The aim is to increase awareness about death in order to help people make the most of their (finite) lives. There is never an intention of leading participants to any conclusion, product or course of action. A Death Café is not a bereavement support or grief counseling setting, nor is it a place to give people information about death and dying. It is not for people who, for whatever reason, are unwilling to discuss the subject of death comfortably and openly. Interesting conversations are guaranteed! These events are facilitated by Lola Montano, a registered nurse who is pursuing her hospice certification and is interested in becoming a death doula.    Join us every third Tuesday of the month from 1-2:30 pm.
 Thursday, December 26th
Durango Green Drinks
5:00pm / 11th Street Station
Join Durango Green Drinks the last Thursday of the month from 5-7PM at 11th Street Station with two local sustainability organizations hosting each month. It's free and casual. Short announcements and presentations usually start around 5:30.
 Friday, January 10th
BIDs Coffee and Conversation Meeting
8:30am / TBK Bank Community Room
BID holds a monthly meeting for business owners on the 2nd Friday of every month from 8:30 to 9:30 am at TBK Bank. The agendas for these meetings will be posted below a few days before the meeting date.   Check website for the agenda and meeting dates https://www.downtowndurango.org/meetings   Meeting dates subject to change, contact Tim Walsworth at timw@downtowndurango.org with any questions.
 Thursday, January 30th
Durango Green Drinks
5:00pm / 11th Street Station
Join Durango Green Drinks the last Thursday of the month from 5-7PM at 11th Street Station with two local sustainability organizations hosting each month. It's free and casual. Short announcements and presentations usually start around 5:30.
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