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Making plans for a busy events schedule

SUN Columnist Contrary to popular belief, events don’t just happen. Any event coordinator will tell you that it takes months of hard work and planning for an event to be…

Financial assistance for business training programs

SUN Columnist The Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade (OEDIT) and the Colorado Community College System are offering and administering a grant program for businesses that have established,…

Annual car show a month away

In just one month, summer events will burst onto the Pagosa scene beginning with the Car Show at Pagosa. On Friday and Saturday, May 17-18, more than 100 classic cars…

Show Pagosa pride with a basket of flowers

It’s that time of year again. Get ready to spruce up homes and businesses by planting and putting out some beautiful flowers. The Pagosa Springs Chamber of Commerce is hosting…

Register for the Southwest Colorado Tourism Summit

  The Southwest Colorado Tourism Summit will take place April 24-26. Although held in Durango, this summit will deal with tourism throughout the region and ways we can capitalize on…

Important community meetings on the horizon

SUN Columnist As a follow-up to last week’s article about volunteering, there are a couple of important community meetings coming up in April that representatives of non-profit organizations and other…

Support your community — volunteer

SUN Columnist In the coming weeks, there will be many opportunities to support one of our community’s non-profit agencies and have fun in the process. There is always something fun…

Take time to clean up Pagosa Springs before summer events

SUN Columnist How do we manage stress these days? Dig ourselves deeper into more commitments? Yell at family and friends? Take a long hike or a cross country ski or…

No St. Patrick’s Day parade this year

SUN Columnist Everyone loves a parade and, while nowhere near the Fourth of July Parade status, businesses and people have come out for the traditional St. Patrick’s Day Parade, where…

Start planning now for spring events

SUN Columnist Snowfall keeps our winter activities on track, and we’re prepared for spring breakers and spring river run-off. However, as you know, the Chamber is also looking ahead at…