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‘Shrek The Musical’ opens tonight at PSHS

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW Curtains Up Pagosa will open its summer production of “Shrek the Musical,” the Tony Award-winning play, tonight at 7 p.m. in the Pagosa…

Calling all artists: Colorado State Fair Fine Arts Exhibition entry deadline Aug. 1

By Christi Lightcap Special to The PREVIEW Artists throughout Colorado are busy preparing their finest artwork for the Colorado State Fair Fine Arts Exhibition. The popular and prestigious part of…

‘Takin’ it to the Beach’ next theme for Hands-On Arts Camp

‘Takin’ it to the Beach’ next theme for Hands-On Arts Camp

By Tessie Garcia Special to The SUN For 21 years, Hands-On Arts Camp has been providing fun, nurturing and creative art experiences. This week’s theme for the kids’ summer arts…

Fourth of July parking regulations released

The Pagosa Springs Police Department has issued a temporary order regarding parking regulations for the Fourth of July parade. According to the public notice released by Chief William Rockensock, flatbed…

Red Ryder Roundup celebrates 66 years of rodeo in Pagosa

Red Ryder Roundup celebrates 66 years of rodeo in Pagosa

By Lisa Scott Special to The SUN Sixty-six years. The Red Ryder Roundup Rodeo began in Pagosa Springs in 1949 and has been a town and rodeo tradition ever since.…

Print it! Printmaking week at Hands-On Arts Camp

Print it! Printmaking week at Hands-On Arts Camp

By Lisa Brown and Tessie Garcia Special to The PREVIEW For 21 years, we have been providing fun, nurturing and creative art experiences. Hands-On Arts Camp is an established summer…

Center of Southwest Studies to celebrate start of summer with solstice event

By Julie Tapley-Booth Special to The PREVIEW The Center of Southwest Studies at Fort Lewis College will celebrate the summer solstice on Sunday, June 21, with doors opening at 6…

Center of Southwest Studies Summer Lecture Series continues with ‘Imagining the West’ theme

By Julie Tapley-Booth Special to The PREVIEW The Center of Southwest Studies is continuing its 2015 summer lecture series, “Imagining the West,” with journalist and art critic Judith Reynolds’ talk,…

Free help — digging worms for pay

If the readers of this column remember from a previous article, Al was determined to get his Kubota tractor and I was determined to have my own garage. As you…

Artists plan timberline event on Wolf Creek Pass

Artists plan timberline event on Wolf Creek Pass

By David Montgomery Special to The PREVIEW Painters, writers, musicians and outdoor enthusiasts will convene on Wolf Creek Pass Saturday, June 20, for an all-day celebration of the Art for…