Thanksgiving Day is almost here, and there are a few places (other than your aunt’s house) to enjoy Thanksgiving dinner in Durango.
Here are some fun things to do in Durango on Thanksgiving break to keep your kids entertained (and educated)!
Thanksgiving is just a week away…yikes! If your fall has gone anything like mine, Thanksgiving snuck up on you and you’re likely scrambling for some last minute… Read more “Top Things to Do and Eat in Durango During Thanksgiving Week 2016”
The holidays are pulling into the station, which means one thing in Durango: The Polar Express train is set to depart! Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad’s… Read more “The Polar Express Train 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”
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… Read more “Thanksgiving in Durango”
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”
The Thanksgiving holiday can be a tough time to keep everyone entertained. The kids are on break from school, the college students are home for the week, and… Read more “Things to do in Durango Thanksgiving Week”
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… Read more “Thanksgiving Dinner in Durango, Colorado”
Ok, so Thanksgiving hasn’t even arrived yet, and here we are talking about Christmas shopping. But in all fairness, Thanksgiving falls really late in November this year,… Read more “Forget Black Friday, Shop Local at Durango Christmas markets”