Fourth of July in Durango means costumes, concerts, fireworks, parades and a big, ol’ party. Here’s your guide to having the best July 4 in Durango!
Spring is in full swing, and summer is just around the corner. And nothing heralds the start of summer in Durango quite like the Durango Farmer’s Market, which will resume its seasonal stay at 8 a.m. Saturday, May 9. The market runs 8 a.m. to noon every Saturday through September 26. But let’s not talk about September just yet… The Durango Farmer’s Market has about 60 participating vendors including local farms, area ranchers… Read More
Well, it’s Labor Day weekend. That means summer is officially wrapping up, and autumn is ready to roll out the red (and yellow and orange) carpet. But don’t pack away the cooler and the sunscreen just yet. There are a few more weekends of summer fun to squeeze in before fall shows up. Here are a few things to do in Durango before summer calls it quits. Durango Farmers Market Every Saturday through… Read More
It’s hard to believe, but Thanksgiving is only three weeks from today. We know, we know; we’re freaking out, too. Because Thanksgiving! Then Christmas! Then 2014! Relax. Whether you’re hosting the holiday dinner or just showing up to someone else’s house bearing a sweet potato casserole, be sure to get to the annual Thanksgiving Farmers Market on Saturday, Nov. 23, at the La Plata County Fairgrounds in the heart of Durango, Colorado (just four… Read More
This weekend will be your last chance to hit up the market at James Ranch — well, at least until next summer. James Ranch’s Fall Harvest Festival on Saturday, Oct. 12, marks the end of the ranch’s summer hours, so pack up the kids (or the grown-ups) and take the family to enjoy the ranch’s festivities and fare while you can. The festival runs 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. and includes a… Read More
Oh, Fourth of July. So much barbecue. So much beer. So many brats (the wurst kind, not the badly behaved-child variety). After you wrap up your patriotic partying in Durango, Colorado, you might want to clean out the ol’ system with some fruits and veggies, so swing by the Durango Farmers Market to pick up some fresh, local and organic produce. The Durango Farmers Market is every Saturday in the parking lot on the… Read More