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UU topic: ‘Fact and Fiction About the Colorado End-of-Life Options Act’

By Lauri Costello and Betty Schwartz-Bozeman Special to The PREVIEW The Pagosa Unitarian Universalist Fellowship invites you to attend a program titled “Fact and Fiction About the Colorado End-of-Life Options…

St. Pat’s used book sale set for Aug. 13

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW On the morning of St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church’s Shamrock Festival, Aug. 13, from 8 a.m. to noon, the church’s Book Nook will be…

Vegetable Garden Tour set for Aug. 10

By Marci Thomas Special to The PREVIEW Please join the Pagosa Springs garden club, The Mountain High Gardeners, for its annual Vegetable Garden Tour from 9 a.m. to noon on…

Meet Michael, your new youth services librarian

As of yesterday, Michael Bradley is your new youth services librarian at the Ruby Sisson Library. He replaces Leah Leger, who is engaged to be married and moving back to…

Church of Christ to host special meeting series on ‘Moving Forward’

By Dorman Diller Special to The SUN Guy Orbison, from Durango, will be the speaker at a special series of meetings at the Church of Christ. The full version of…

Fran Korten, founder and editor of Yes Magazine, to speak to Earth Community group

By Joan Mieritz Special to The PREVIEW On Monday, Aug. 8, at 2 p.m. at the Ruby Sisson Library, we will have the amazing opportunity of hearing Fran Korten speak…

New writers’ group chooses name

By Carla Ryan Special to The PREVIEW A recently formed group of writers in Pagosa met on July 26 with the primary intent of selecting a new name for themselves.…

PCNT announces August theme of ‘Creating Through Nature’

By Carla Ryan Special to The SUN The theme for the August topics and lessons at Pagosa Community of New Thought (PCNT) will be “Creating Through Nature.” The full version…

Aug. 19 next Picnic in the Park for seniors

Save the date: Friday, Aug. 19, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Town Park will be the next Picnic in the Park. Honey barbecued chicken, scalloped potatoes, cucumber/tomato salad,…

Trapping and trading come to Pagosa Country

Trapping and trading come to Pagosa Country

Fur trappers started working the waters of Pagosa Country circa 1820. The first trappers, appropriately called the Taos trappers because they worked out of Taos, entered New Mexico and this…