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Two great shows, one great time

By David M. Straight Special to The PREVIEW It’s a land of enchantment, wonder, knights, quests and silly fish slapping songs. Finland! Wait … no that’s wrong. England! That’s more…

Live Entertainment 7/25/13-7/31/13

Thursday Bear Creek Saloon: Dave Mensch, 8 p.m. Pagosa Center for the Arts: The Full Monty, 7 p.m. Friday Bear Creek Saloon: DJ Kyle Tishlier, 9 p.m. Buffalo Inn: Live…

International print show includes two local artists

International print show includes two local artists

By Denise Coffee Special to The PREVIEW SHY RABBIT Contemporary Arts is pleased to announce the opening of the SHY RABBIT Print International 4 on Saturday, July 27, with an artists’…

Local author Jean Kilczer releases third book in science fiction series

Jean Kilczer, Pagosa Springs author, has announced the publication of her latest science fiction adventure novel, “Spears of the Sun,” on Amazon’s paperbacks and eBooks. “Spears of the Sun” is…

Colorado Environmental Film Festival Friday and Saturday

Colorado Environmental Film Festival Friday and Saturday

By Sally High Special to The PREVIEW The Colorado Environmental Film Festival Caravan is traveling from Golden to Pagosa Springs to help fund construction of the Geothermal Greenhouse Partnership’s first…

Final preparations underway for Shamrock Festival

Final preparations underway for Shamrock Festival

Special to The PREVIEW Final preparations are being made for the eighth annual Shamrock Festival, a major fund-raising event sponsored each year by St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church, 225 S. Pagosa…

Pagosa Springs Renaissance and Pirate Festival

By Mary Jo Coulehan Special to The PREVIEW Dust off your medieval garb, polish the scabbard, don that tutu and the flowing ribbons, perfect that brogue and prepare your family…

Whatchamawhozits to present ‘The Aristocats’

Whatchamawhozits to present ‘The Aristocats’

By Ron Tal Special to The PREVIEW Everybody wants to be an Aristocat! Come take a trip with the Pagosa Springs Center For The Arts and the Whatchamawhozits Summer Children’s…

It’s only a flesh wound: The show must go on

It’s only a flesh wound: The show must go on

By David M. Straight Special to The PREVIEW If you’ve seen Thingamajig Theatre Company’s “Spamalot,” you know that it’s 120 minutes of laugh-out-loud performances. Knights in tights searching for the…

Tim Sullivan concert to benefit LASSO

By Nancy Crouse Special to The PREVIEW Dance your boots off Aug. 3 with Tim Sullivan and the Narrow Gauge as they perform a special benefit concert for LASSO. Tim…