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Arts Council to implement Kaleidoscope Program for young to elderly

The Pagosa Springs Arts Council (PSAC) was recently awarded a $3,000 grant to implement a new and unique art program for the Pagosa Springs community. The full version of this…

Pagosa Springs Choral Society to begin rehearsals Sept. 11

Pagosa Springs Choral Society to begin rehearsals Sept. 11

By Richard Bolland Special to The PREVIEW It may be August and the weather is still warm, but your fellow Pagosans are getting ready to begin rehearsals for the annual…

Curtains Up Pagosa announces auditions for ‘Nutcracker the Musical’

By Dale Johnson Special to The PREVIEW It’s that time again: Curtains Up Pagosa (CUP) is very excited to announce auditions for its winter production of “Nutcracker the Musical,” a…

Family-friendly Dallas Holm concert set for Sept. 2

Family-friendly Dallas Holm concert set for Sept. 2

By Jason Rose Special to The PREVIEW Wrap up your Labor Day weekend this year with by enjoying the music of Dallas Holm in concert. The Grammy-nominated and Dove award-winning…

Community Fall Festival and Raffle set for Sept. 9

By Roxanne Schick Special to The PREVIEW The Pagosa Catholic community is preparing for the upcoming Community Fall Festival and Raffle. This event was previously called the Pagosa Catholic Community…

Curtain’s Up Pagosa to present ‘One Night Only’ featuring Robert Neel

Curtain’s Up Pagosa to present ‘One Night Only’ featuring Robert Neel

By Dale Johnson Special to The PREVIEW Curtain’s Up Pagosa’s (CUP) 2018 concert series continues with “One Night Only,” an evening of Broadway tunes starring our own Robert Neel, talented…

Balance your mind, body and spirit at Tuesday hand-drumming sessions

By Paul Roberts Special to The PREVIEW Join musician and music therapist Paul Roberts for a free hand-drumming class at the Pagosa Lakes Clubhouse on Tuesday, Aug. 28, at noon.…

A predictably unpredictable mind

My Sweet Al said to me, “If you go to a dance with an ugly man, you still get to dance.” “Where did that come from? What is that about?”…

Nahko and Medicine for the People to headline 23rd annual Four Corners Folk Festival

Nahko and Medicine for the People to headline 23rd annual Four Corners Folk Festival

By Crista Munro Special to The PREVIEW The 23rd annual Four Corners Folk Festival is rapidly approaching and, before you know it, the gates will open to campers streaming in…

Thingamajig Theatre Company’s summer season running through August

Thingamajig Theatre Company’s  summer season running  through August

By Tess Wisher Special to The PREVIEW The Thingamajig Theatre Company Broadway in the Mountains summer is coming to a close. On Aug. 31, the 2018 Summer Thingamajig Theatre Company…