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Everyone is welcome to join us for lunch

Everyone is welcome to join us for lunch. If you are a senior (60 years and older), for only a $4 suggested donation, you are eligible for a hot meal,…

Free seedlings in honor of Arbor Day

By Ann Bond Special to The SUN In honor of Arbor Day, the San Juan National Forest will be offering native ponderosa pine seedlings free to the public on a…

Learn about delving into agriculture at Good Stewardship Workshop

If you are a small acreage owner in Archuleta County and interested in finding out more about potential agricultural pursuits, plan on attending the Good Stewardship Workshop on April 30…

Automatic checkout, updated auto repair section and Earth Week events

If all goes according to plan, by the time you read this, our new automatic self-checkout station will be up and running, thanks to a generous donation by the Friends…

St. Patrick’s Book Nook to hold book sale April 23

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW The Book Nook at St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church is overflowing with gently used books and wants to invite the public to come in…

‘The Hunting Ground’: what everyone is, or is not, talking about

By Cheryl Bowdridge Special to The PREVIEW Lady Gaga began the conversation with her song, “Till It Happens To you,” and the film creator of “The Hunting Ground” opened our…

Registration now open for K.I.D.S. Day Camp

Registration is now open for the K.I.D.S. (Kickin’ It During Summer)Day Camp. The camp is open to children ages 5-12. Each week, participants will experience a day of science/history, a…

Southwest Organization for Sustainability Earth Week event schedule

By Pauline Benetti Special to The PREVIEW This is year three that the Southwest Organization for Sustainability (SOS) has promoted celebration of Earth Day by encouraging individuals, organizations and businesses…

Preventing vole damage to lawns; CPR, first aid classes offered

Now that the snow has receded and our lawns and landscapes are being revealed, the winter work of a small mouse-like animal is creating quite a stir. Damage to landscapes…

Do you know someone who is 100 years old?

The Colorado Commission on Aging is proud to sponsor the upcoming Centenarian Celebration for all Colorado seniors who will turn 100 years or older in 2016. The Centenarian Celebration project…