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Spend Easter weekend in Durango. Hop aboard the Easter Peanuts Durango train, join the Easter egg hunt or enjoy Easter brunch in Durango!

Thanksgiving Day is almost here, and there are a few places (other than your aunt’s house) to enjoy Thanksgiving dinner in Durango.

  New Year’s Eve at Durango Mountain Resort Durango Mountain Resort is putting on the Ritz for New Year’s Eve. Revelers can enjoy the “Torchlight Parade” that will wind its way down the slopes of Purgatory followed by a fireworks display. There will be an early bird, family-friendly “ball drop” at 10 p.m. at Paradise Pizzeria and Ice Creamery, which will also have a hot cocoa and s’mores bar for anyone who wants… Read More

I saw something on Facebook the other day that really blew me away: only eight Saturdays until CHRISTMAS. Whaaaaa…? How did that happen? It’s OK. Take a breath. We still have to get through Halloween and Thanksgiving before we get to Christmas. Speaking of, if you’re planning to spend Thanksgiving in Durango, you have a few options other than spending the day slaving over a stove (or with your family, if that’s… Read More

Halloween in Durango is always a blast, but it falls on a Friday this year, and you know what that means — uh, even more of a blast! Head downtown in costume to partake in your own version of a pub crawl or catch a showing of Rocky Horror Picture Show live on stage at the Henry Strater Theatre. Don’t miss out on the pre-Halloween Halloween fun either! There’s plenty of spooky stuff… Read More

Kiss me, I’m Irish! Or don’t. Whatever. But remember: St. Patrick’s Day is right around the corner, and there’s no better way to kick off March Madness (a different kind of madness) than with the Durango Celtic Festival this weekend. This is only the second year of the festival, which organizers describe as “three days of traditional and modern Celtic music, covering the sounds of Ireland, Scotland, the Hebrides, and Cape Breton, along… Read More

Dang, Durango. You’re such a cool little mountain town. What other city of 17,000 people has its own film festival? That’s right. ONLY US. (Disclaimer: We have no idea if we’re the only cool mountain town of 17,000 people with our own film festival.) Get ready because the ninth annual Durango Independent Film Festival kicks off next week. DURANGO INDEPENDENT FILM FESTIVAL Feb. 26 – March 2, 2014 Durango has had some… Read More

Mmm…Thanksgiving dinner. Turkey. Gravy. Mashed potatoes. Gravy. Green beans. Gravy. Cranberry sauce. Gravy. Pumpkin pie. Gravy. Did we mention gravy? Maybe you don’t love gravy as much as we do — we forgive you — but pretty much everyone loves Thanksgiving dinner, which is why it can be rough if you’re traveling and don’t have anywhere to go for the traditional T-Day fare. (Or maybe you don’t want to spend the entire… Read More

Take a walk through history — and enjoy an adult beverage or three — during the Historic Saloon Stroll on Friday, Nov. 21, in downtown Durango. During the event, imbibers, er, uh, participants will have a chance to meet characters from Durango’s past, including Bessie Rivers at the Diamond Belle Saloon and “Metta the Faro Dealer” and “Curly the Bartender” at El Moro Spirits and Tavern. The Diamond Belle is located in the… Read More

It’s going to be a culture-filled weekend in Durango, Colorado, with theater performances, live music and visual arts galore, so dust off your monocle and lift that pinkie because it’s about to get fancy (and fun). THURSDAY Take your pick Thursday night of catching a concert or browsing art galleries — or both! Robin and Linda Williams (no, not that Robin Williams) will put on a concert 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 7, at… Read More