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Calvary Chapel to hold Christmas Eve service

By Ronda Baker Special to The PREVIEW Calvary Chapel Pagosa Springs invites you to join us for our Christmas Eve Service as we celebrate the birth of our Lord, Jesus…

Christmas Eve at St. Patrick’s mixes tradition with classics

The Christmas tree is sparkling, shopping has been completed, packages have been wrapped and mailed or lovingly placed under the tree, the family has arrived and the music of Christmas…

Holiday brass concert slated for Dec. 20

Holiday brass concert slated for Dec. 20

By Heidi Tanner Special to The PREVIEW What is more festive than brass instruments during the holiday season? Members of the Pagosa Springs Community Band will present a free holiday…

Holiday Hands-On Arts Camp to feature Christmas crafts for youngsters

By Tessie Garcia Special to The PREVIEW Attention parents: need some shopping time during the holidays? Drop off your little elves at the Holiday Hands-On Arts Camp at Pagosa Springs…

Community Choir Christmas Concert this weekend

Community Choir Christmas Concert this weekend

By Betty Schwicker Special to The PREVIEW The joy, warmth and “Wonders of Christmas” will come to life at the Pagosa Springs Community Choir’s annual Christmas Concert this weekend in…

Pagosa Springs Girls Choir’s ‘A Christmas Celebration’ to feature local guest artists

Pagosa Springs Girls Choir’s ‘A Christmas Celebration’ to feature local guest artists

By Patti Vyzralek and Linda Parker Special to The PREVIEW As holiday music plays in stores, on radios and television, or through the Internet, listening to or singing along with…

Living our dream in Pueblo

My Sweet Al is eye candy on my arm. We’re decked out in red ThunderWolves T-shirts and blue windbreakers. We have Team Wylie blankets, game bags, red sparkling pompoms, red…

Sunday Night Unplugged offers time for Advent, Christmas reflection

The month of December is a time when our lives get kicked into overdrive, leaving us feeling overwhelmed, exhausted and drained. The season is filled to the brim with activities…

Local piano student awarded Sullivan scholarship

Local piano student awarded Sullivan scholarship

By Carole Howard Jovanka (Jovie) Ponce de Leon, 9, has been named a scholarship winner by the Jim and Elizabeth Sullivan Foundation, founded in 2013 by country singer/songwriter Tim Sullivan…

The Met: Live in HD to present ‘Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg’ in Durango

By Indiana Reed Special to The PREVIEW The Met: Live in HD continues its 2014-2015 season on Saturday, Dec. 13, with Richard Wagner’s “Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg,” broadcast for the…