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Women of St. Patrick’s accepting gently used clothes

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW The Women of St. Patrick’s are now accepting gently used winter clothes for their annual clothing giveaway, scheduled in St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church…

Constitution Week set for Sept. 17-23, bell ringing Sept. 17

By Linda Hobbs Special to The PREVIEW Pagosa Springs is to participate in the Bells Across America in celebration of Constitution Week 2018. The town bell at Lewis Street and…

Connect with the world around you at Tuesday hand-drumming class

By Paul Roberts Special to The PREVIEW Join musician and music therapist Paul Roberts for a free hand-drumming class at the Pagosa Lakes Clubhouse on Tuesday, Sept. 18, at noon.…

Pagosa Community of New Thought to hold annual picnic Sept. 16

By Lisa Burnson Special to The PREVIEW The Pagosa Community of New Thought (PCNT) welcomes all interested in building spiritual community to its third annual picnic. It will be held…

Annual ColorFest Color Run/Walk Saturday during balloon launch

By Ashley Wilson Special to The PREVIEW Start off all of your ColorFest plans with a colorful run/walk as the balloons rise the morning of Sept. 15. Join Rise Above…

Second AARP Smart Driver course set for Friday

Due to popular demand, the Pagosa Springs Senior Center is hosting a second AARP Smart Driver class on Friday, Sept. 14, from 1 to 5 p.m. The AARP Smart Driver…

Kids at the Pagosa Farmers Market?

Kids at the Pagosa Farmers Market?

Kids at the Pagosa Farmers Market? Yes, they are learning how to grow, harvest and sell vegetables as part of their Pagosa Peak Open School classes — carrots, lettuce, onions…

Fall into Adventure at the 33rd annual ColorFest this weekend

Fall into Adventure at the 33rd annual ColorFest this weekend

By Katie Dobbins Special to The PREVIEW The seasons are changing and that means it’s time for ColorFest in Pagosa Springs this weekend, Sept. 14-16. The festivities for the “Fall…

Myriad events for all ages over the next two weeks at your library

Today’s column will cover activities and events at your library for youngsters, tweens, teens and adults over the next two weeks, as your columnist will be traveling. The activities and…

Horse Fire becomes more active; smoke increasing

On the afternoon of Sept. 12, the Horse Fire became more active on the south and east side of the fire. The San Juan hotshots, an IA module are one…