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Ancient Culture Through Pottery Workshop at Chimney Rock Aug. 1-3

Ancient Culture Through Pottery Workshop at Chimney Rock Aug. 1-3

By Nadia Werby Special to The PREVIEW Experience the timeless legacy of ancestral Pueblo (Anasazi) pottery at the Gregory Wood Ancient Culture Through Pottery Workshop at Chimney Rock National Monument…

Wrestling Benefit

Wrestling Benefit

SUN photo/Ed Fincher Members of the High Rollers band entertain community members and visitors alike during the Pagosa Wrestling Club benefit concert Saturday night.   Follow these topics: Concert, Fund…

Live Entertainment 07/17-07/23

Friday Nello’s Bistro: Kirk James, 6 p.m. Riff Raff Brewing Company: Free Association Trio, 6 p.m. Saturday East Side Market: Open Mic with Johnalex, 10 a.m. Nello’s Bistro: San Juan…

Renaissance and Pirate Festival canceled

By Cheryl Bowdridge Special to The PREVIEW We regretfully announce that we will not be having a Renaissance and Pirate Festival on July 18-20. We understand that many of you…

Gypsy Players to perform at high school Friday night

Gypsy Players to perform at high school Friday night

By Dale Johnson Special to The PREVIEW For one night only, you can come see Pagosa’s own acting troupe, the Gypsy Players. Sponsored by Curtains Up Pagosa’s 25th anniversary year…

Gallery opens new international juried exhibition

Gallery opens new international juried exhibition

Special to The PREVIEW SHY RABBIT Contemporary Arts is pleased to announce an opening of the “SHY RABBIT Print International 5” on Saturday, July 26, with an artists’ reception from…

StageStruck Productions’ melodrama and mystery in full swing

By Rick Artis Special to The PREVIEW Monday, July 21, and each Monday through Aug. 25 (except Aug. 4), StageStruck Productions will present a brand new melodrama, “It’s All or…

Broadway musicals continue at Center for the Arts

By David Straight Special to The PREVIEW If it’s big, Broadway musicals you’re looking for, look no further this summer than the Pagosa Springs Center for the Arts. Thingamajig Theatre…

Steep Ravine, Sunliner and Beth Wood to hit Folk Fest stage

Steep Ravine, Sunliner and Beth Wood to hit Folk Fest stage

By Crista Munro Special to The PREVIEW The 19th annual Four Corners Folk Festival will take place Aug. 29-31 on Reservoir Hill in downtown Pagosa Springs. This year’s lineup includes…

In flux as we sit, living our moment

Columnist Everything is changing as we sit in the same place. We haven’t moved, but everything around us is moving. Our conversations are changing since the grandchildren have left home.…