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!
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”
The 2016 Durango Cowboy Poetry Gathering features cowboy poetry readings, music and performances throughout town from Sept. 29-Oct. 2., 2016.
Durango does it up for Independence Day every year, so you should make your plans now for July 4 in Durango or risk missing out!
Durango Fiesta Days in Durango, Colorado, is as much a part of our mountain town as, well, the mountains. Or snow. Or rivers. Or the Durango train.… Read more “2015 Durango Fiesta Days”
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”
The Animas River is, quite literally, the artery of Durango. Heck, it’s why the town exists; the Denver and Rio Grande Railroad Company needed to serve the… Read more “Animas River Days in Durango”
Last year’s theme was safari, this year’s theme is steampunk — but no matter what the theme is, it’s always a blast because it’s Snowdown! This is Durango’s… Read more “Durango Steampunk Snowdown 2015”
There are certain holidays that are just filled with pressure — pressure to have the best. time. ever. Halloween. New Year’s Eve. And, of course, Fourth of July. Every… Read more “Fourth of July Events in Durango”
Guys. Hey guys. You guys. Guess what time it is? That’s right. It’s time for Durango’s annual Snowdown! It’s gonna be a hoedown! Get ready for a… Read more “Durango’s Snowdown Throwdown!”