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Celebrate Fred Harman’s birthday at museum and Gomez Store

By Norma Harman Special to The PREVIEW The Fred Harman Art Museum will celebrate Fred’s 86th birthday on Saturday, May 25. All residents of Archuleta County will be admitted free…

2013 Car Show winners announced

2013 Car Show winners announced

By Mary Jo Coulehan Special to The SUN The following awards were presented to winners at this year’s Car Show at Pagosa, held May17-18. Best in Show — Irving Cobos…

McKenzies Mill in concert July 4 and 6

McKenzies Mill in concert July 4 and 6

By Lisa Scott Special to The PREVIEW They have been called country. They have been called rock n’ roll. However you choose to describe them, there is no denying McKenzies…

What do you make? Let people know at the Expo

By Leanne Goebel Special to The PREVIEW The Pagosa MAKERS Expo & Tour happens Oct.12-13, 2013. A hybrid between a studio tour and a MAKERS expo, it is a fun…

Pagosans part of Fort Lewis College art exhibit

The following local students displayed works of art at “State of the Art,” Fort Lewis College’s Spring 2013 graduating seniors art majors exhibition: • Daniel Abbott, of Pagosa Springs. Abbott’s…

Season passes at Thingamajig Theatre Company

By Laura Moore Special to The PREVIEW Season passes for Thingamajig Theatre Company’s highly anticipated 2013 summer season  are selling like hot cakes, no doubt due to some wonderful titles…

Final weekend for ‘Hidden’

Final weekend for ‘Hidden’

By Tim Moore Special to The PREVIEW Have you seen “Hidden” yet? Thingamajig Theatre Company’s final play of the 2012-2013 season runs one final weekend May 24-16. The play features…

Live Entertainment 5/23 – 5/29

Thursday The View: Bob Hemenger Friday Bear Creek Saloon: DJ TBA, 9 p.m. Buffalo Inn: Entertainment Coyote Moon: Chad Sullins and The Last Call Coalition, 9 p.m. Nello’s Bistro: Tim…

Get creative at Hands-On Arts Summer Camp

By Tessie Garcia Special to The PREVIEW The Hands-On Arts Summer Camp runs the last three weeks of June and the second week of July for students entering first to…

SHY RABBIT features workshop scholarship program

By Denise Coffee Special to The PREVIEW SHY RABBIT’s mission is to promote, teach and nurture the creation of and appreciation for contemporary arts. One of SHY RABBIT’s goals is…