The month of June is super important for many reasons: It’s the first full month of summer vacation. It’s also the month of the summer solstice. And,… Read more “2017 Durango Pride Festival”
It can be tough to keep sugar-powered kiddos entertained during the long, school-less stretches of winter break, but here are some fun, kid-friendly things to do in Durango over Christmas break.
More than 50 breweries will participate in the 18th annual San Juan Brewfest Saturday, Aug. 27, in Buckley Park in downtown Durango.
The Fourth of July is one of those holidays — the kind when you want to have the most fun EVER, sort of like Halloween and New Year’s… Read more “Fourth of July in Durango”
It’s the day after Thanksgiving. You’ve packed away as much turkey as humanly possible. You’ve wiped out the pumpkin pie stash. You’ve gotten your fill of all things Thanksgiving… Read more “Holiday Tree Lighting and Singing With Santa in Durango”
Summer in Colorado is defined by many things: Stunning sunsets. Warm evenings. Fresh air. Cool beers. Hot barbecues. And you can get your grill on — or… Read more “Durango Grilling Festival: Men Who Grill”
The Thanksgiving turkey will barely be cold in its Tupperware grave when Santa Claus arrives in Durango, Colorado, to kick off the Christmas season. Santa and Mrs. Claus… Read more “Singing With Santa and Holiday Tree Lighting in Durango”
Nothing says “fall” more than the apple harvest. Well, maybe fall colors say “fall” more than apples. OK, fine. Pumpkins, too. But apples still totally scream “autumn,”… Read more “An Apple a Day: 2013 Apple Days Festival in Durango”
Ugh. We hate not having anywhere to wear our tutus. Don’t you? It’s the worst. Well, yank your tulle out of the closet and fluff that sucker… Read more “Tulle Time: Durango’s “Tutu to Brew” bike parade and beer festival”
One of the best things about Durango, Colorado, is all the free stuff to do. During your vacation here (and you’ll be staying with us at the… Read more “Free concerts in Durango’s Buckley Park”