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Saturday, Sep 17, 6:00 AM - Saturday, Dec 31, 11:30 PM

Come celebrate the opening day of "Roots of Wisdom: Native Knowledge, Shared Science" on display at The Powerhouse. In Roots of Wisdom, stories from four indigenous communities are brought to life in real-world examples of how traditional knowledge and Western science combine to provide complementary solutions to contemporary concerns. From restoring ecosystems to rediscovering traditional foods and crafts, Roots of Wisdom helps visitors understand the important issues facing indigenous communities, discover innovative ways native peoples are solving challenges, and strengthen the growing movement towards sustainability and the reclamation of age-old practices. Root's of Wisdom will be on display from September 17, 2022-January 1, 2023.


Wednesday, Oct 12, 6:30 PM - Wednesday, Dec 14, 9:00 PM

From Wednesday October 12th to Wednesday December 14th at 6:30 p.m. there will be a bluegrass jam camp at the Hideaway Studio in the Smiley Building. All levels of musicians are welcome. Classes are taught by Joel Denman of The Badly Bent. For more information or to register for classes visit www.letspick.org


Thursday, Oct 13, 8:00 AM - Saturday, Dec 31, 10:00 PM

Do you want to make a difference in your community and the lives of others? Volunteer! Alternative Horizons is always in need of volunteers to staff our 24-hour hotline. AH supports and empowers survivors of domestic violence. Training and ongoing support provided. For more information call the office at 970-247-4374 or visit our website https://alternativehorizons.org/


Friday, Oct 14, 8:00 AM - Friday, Dec 09, 10:00 PM

Phoenix Center (confidential support) Sexual Assault Services Organization (SASO) sponsored free confidential support sessions at Fort Lewis College. This free confidential support takes place Mondays and Thursdays from 12-2 pm in the Dolores Room (Student Union 113) and is ongoing. Bilingual sessions are possible. Sexual Assault Services Organization (SASO) https://www.durangosaso.org/ Durango office: 970-259-3074 Cristen Alexandria (community educator coordinator): cristen@durangosaso.org


Tuesday, Oct 18, 1:00 PM - Tuesday, Dec 13, 2:00 PM

TRIO STEM-cubed, an FLC program that provides free one-on-one academic and personal services to qualifying STEM students, is hosting group study sessions prior to this semester’s calculus exams. Our new advisor and resident mathematician, Patrick Langlois, will be leading a calculus workshop the day before each exam. The event runs from 1-2pm at the STEM-cubed hub: trailer #2 next to the SLC. 

 

Snacks and school supplies will be provided!

 

Here are the dates:

10/18 from 1-2pm

11/15 from 1-2pm

12/13 from 1-2pm (Finals Week)


Tuesday, Nov 01, 7:00 AM - Friday, Dec 16, 5:00 PM

On Tuesday November 15th beginning at 1 p.m. the Fort Lewis College Art Gallery will host artist Gregg Deal. Deal, the Native American Artist in Residence will host a lecture on his art, and his work will be on display in the gallery at Fort Lewis College until December 16th. The November 15th talk will take place in the Lyceum in the Center of Southwest Studies. There will also be an artist reception on December 8th at 4:30 p.m. in the Art Gallery. 

For more information call 970.247.7379.


Thursday, Nov 03, 9:00 AM - Tuesday, Dec 06, 9:30 PM

The Durango Adult Education Center is participating in the Colorado Gives event! This statewide event is an annual giving initiative that celebrates philanthropy and Colorado's non-profits. It's one of the largest online giving events in Colorado! The event runs for 5 weeks, between now and December 6th. Contribute to the success of our local nonprofits! By supporting the Durango Adult Education Center you will make an impact on the educational and economic advancement of adult learners. Learn more by visiting www.durangoadulted.org or by calling 970-385-4354


Tuesday, Nov 15, 8:00 AM - Saturday, Dec 03, 4:00 PM

ANIMAS TRADING COMPANY, SUPPORTING THE WOMEN OF OUR COMMUNITY BY HOSTING A “WOMEN'S HOLIDAY MARKETPLACE” ON SMALL BUSINESS SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26TH AND DECEMBER 3RD FROM 11 TO 4PM... FEATURING A WIDE VARIETY OF LOCALLY MADE HAND-CRAFTED GOODS AND GIFTS.  ANIMAS TRADING COMPANY -  AT 742 MAIN AVENUE IN DOWNTOWN DURANGO.  


Tuesday, Nov 15, 10:30 AM - Sunday, Jan 22, 5:00 PM

FOSJ On-Snow Avalanche Awareness Sessions
 

General public registration for this year’s On-Snow Avalanche Awareness Sessions on Molas and Lizard Head Pass is now LIVE!

Not familiar with our On-Snow clinics? These FREE, 5-hour Awareness level trainings get you out on the snow to refresh the basics you need to make smart decisions while traveling in the backcountry, or can act as a great introductory avalanche course to learn about the fundamentals of avalanche safety. We have a highly trained and qualified field team who work hard to provide these clinics, and all courses are accredited by the American Avalanche Association (AAA). We hope these clinics inspire you to continue or begin your journey in avalanche education and pursue higher level training with one of our many great course providers here in the San Juans. Sign up up for one of our four sessions this season!

  • Molas Pass On-Snow Sessions: Andrews Lake Winter Lot, January 7th OR January 8th, 2023, 10am-3pm.
  • Lizard Head Pass On-Snow Sessions: Cross Mountain Trailhead, January 21st OR January 22nd, 2023, 10am-3pm.


Register TODAY! 
https://www.thesanjuans.org/calendar


Friday, Nov 18, 11:00 AM - Saturday, Dec 03, 4:00 PM

ANIMAS TRADING COMPANY, SUPPORTING THE WOMEN OF OUR COMMUNITY BY HOSTING A “WOMEN'S HOLIDAY MARKETPLACE” ON SMALL BUSINESS SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26TH AND DECEMBER 3RD FROM 11 TO 4PM... FEATURING A WIDE VARIETY OF LOCALLY MADE HAND-CRAFTED GOODS AND GIFTS.  ANIMAS TRADING COMPANY -  AT 742 MAIN AVENUE IN DOWNTOWN DURANGO.  


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