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Drama and music awards to be presented

By Dale Johnson Special to The PREVIEW The Pagosa Springs High School Music and Theatre departments will be holding their annual pot-luck banquet and awards night on Monday, May 12,…

Sunday Night Unplugged features flutist Kathy Wadenpfuhl

Sounds of spring are in the air and what better way to celebrate than meditating with the sonorous sounds of the flute this Sunday evening at 5 p.m. at St.…

Theater kids’ camp gearing up for summer

By Laura Moore Special to The PREVIEW Summer is coming, and so is the Whatchamawhozits Children’s Theatre Camp. This amazing adventure takes place the first three weeks in July every…

The Railsplitters, Jon Stickley Trio and Moors and McCumber slated to play at Pagosa Folk ‘N Bluegrass

The Railsplitters, Jon Stickley Trio and Moors and McCumber slated to play at Pagosa Folk ‘N Bluegrass

By Crista Munro Special to The PREVIEW It’s hard to believe it’s already May and the ninth annual Pagosa Folk ‘N Bluegrass will be here in just a month, taking…

A matriarch in her own country

I enjoyed talking with my nephew at the Southwestern Christian Writer’s meeting held in Durango. My nephew is an associate pastor with Calvary Chapel. He was invited to talk about…

Cahalen Morrison and Eli West and Shook Twins will entertain at Folk ‘N Bluegrass festival

Cahalen Morrison and Eli West and Shook Twins will entertain at Folk ‘N Bluegrass festival

By Crista Munro Special to The PREVIEW Here at FolkWest, we are in the midst of a bout of spring fever as we count down the days until our first…

Girls Choir spring concert concludes inaugural year

Special to The PREVIEW The Pagosa Springs Girls Choir will conclude their spectacular inaugural year with a spring concert at St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church on Tuesday, May 13, at 7…

‘Spring Invitational’ features works by Karl Isberg

‘Spring Invitational’ features works by Karl Isberg

Special to The PREVIEW SHY RABBIT Contemporary Arts is pleased to announce the “SHY RABBIT Spring Invitational 2014,” continuing through June 8. This annual group exhibit features a diverse selection…

Choir orientation meeting set for May 5

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW If you are a parent of a boy or girl who loves to sing and will be in fifth through eighth grade in…

Painting the town ‘Red’

By Tim Moore Special to The PREVIEW Beginning May 16, Thingamajig Theatre Company concludes its 2013-2014 winter season with the multiple Tony Award-winning play (including Best Play) by John Logan,…