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UU Fellowship sponsoring LGBTQ Film Fest

By Ilene Haykus Special to The PREVIEW On the evenings of Oct. 4-7, the Pagosa Unitarian Universalist Fellowship will offer a unique opportunity to view and discuss four award-winning films.…

Little Black Dress Affair: Hard work for a good cause

Little Black Dress Affair: Hard work for a good cause

By Aubrie Limebrook Special to The PREVIEW Delicious food, decorations that magically transform a room, entertainment that excites and amazes — all for the women of Pagosa Springs on Saturday,…

Mountain Chile Cha Cha, Green Chile Classic set for Saturday

Mountain Chile Cha Cha, Green Chile Classic set for Saturday

By Jacque Aragon Special to The PREVIEW Not many musicians can say they were “born into a band.” Such is the case for the members of Los Mitotitos, who grew…

Put your green chile to the test at the Cha Cha

Put your green chile to the test at the Cha Cha

By Jacque Aragon Special to The PREVIEW Each year, the fall season arrives with shorter days, cooler nights and bushels of fresh roasted green chiles. In Pagosa Springs, there is…

Perry Davis Harper returning to town for house concert

Perry Davis Harper returning to town for house concert

By Laura Moore Special to The PREVIEW Perry Davis Harper is returning to Pagosa Springs for a one-night-only house concert to help raise funding for the construction of Thingamajig Theatre’s…

Curtains Up Pagosa announces scholarship recipient

Curtains Up Pagosa announces scholarship recipient

By Dale Johnson Special to The PREVIEW Curtains Up Pagosa (CUP) announces the award of scholarship to its newest recipient of the John Graves Memorial Scholarship fund, Gus Palma. The…

Put your green chile to the test at the Cha Cha

Put your green chile to the test at the Cha Cha

By Jacque Aragon Special to The PREVIEW Each year, the fall season arrives with shorter days, cooler nights and bushels of fresh roasted green chiles. In Pagosa Springs, there is…

With fall comes green chile and the Cha Cha

By Jacque Aragon Special to The PREVIEW Each year, the fall season arrives with shorter days, cooler nights and bushels of fresh roasted green chiles. In Pagosa Springs, there is…

Exciting opportunity for young Whatchamawhozit’s actors with Thingamajig Theatre Company

By Laura Moore Special to The PREVIEW Each spring, Thingamajig holds class on Fridays after school, teaching young performers the skills for improv. Each summer, they host a three-week summer…

Free square dance class open through September

By Carla Roberts Special to The PREVIEW The Wild West Squares of Pagosa Springs are offering a free 10-week Introduction to Square Dance, with classes continuing to accept new students…