Lost/Stolen

Womens Brown 'Carve Designs' Fleece
Button-up jacket. Fell out of my bike basket somewhere on 8th Street between 6th Ave. and Steamworks on the evening of Thurs., 4/10. Please call 749-2595.
 
29” Mountain Bike Front Wheel
Stan's with disc, Sat., 4/5 around noon, near 10th Street and Main. Did you happen to pick up this wheel? I spoke to the gals who pointed it out to you behind your car. Reward, 764-5895. Thanks.
 
Front Wheel of Mountain Bike
at Allen Theater 9 parking lot Friday night. Stans Wheel, Specialized tire, disc brake rotor. 970-799-2423 – reward.
 

Pets

Now Enrolling May Puppy and Adult Classes!
Pro trainer & behavior expert Annie Phenix: www.phenixdogs.com. 970-442-1222.
 
Innotek Remote Dog Training Collar
Includes remote control and training DVD. Used once. $50 (new $125.) 970-749-2595.
 

Wanted      

Seeking Home For Rent
with fenced yard in Durango area. 970-759-9287.
 

HelpWanted

B&B Near Hermosa
Full-time groundskeeper. Also housekeepers. Call 970-247-0751 to schedule interview.
 
Teacher Wanted: 4th/5th Grade Classroom
Must understand child development, educational philosophy and have experience in elementary classroom. Details at: durangomontessori.com/employment.
 
Part-Time at Animas Chocolate Company
Please send resume to: info@animaschocolatecompany.com.
 
Animas High School
Durango’s public, free charter school, is seeking a FT college counselor. To apply, visit http://animashighschool.com/employment-opportunities or contact lori.fischer@animashighschool.com. Open until filled.
 
Sprout Hiring PT Sales Associate
Self-motivated & meticulous with good work ethic. Saturday availability a must! Schedule set months out for multi-jobbers or vacation planning! Resumes accepted at College and 7th.
 
P/T Cust. Service Job
at Backcountry Experience. Must be motivated and knowledgeable. Email resume and cover letter to resumes@bcexp.com.
 
Bookseller Sought for Maria’s Bookshop
Avid reader wanted to share great books with our customers. Permanent, part- to full-time position w/fun, hard-working, chocolate-loving team. Must be available nights and weekends. Requires excellent customer service and computer skills. Applications available at Maria’s Bookshop, 960 Main Ave., and at mariasbookshop.com . Deadline: noon 4/21.
 
San Juan Citizens Alliance
– the Four Corners' own environmental advocacy group – is hiring an Outreach Coordinator! Position descriptions and details on our website. Resume and cover letter to: danolson@sanjuancitizens.org. Open until filled.
 
Community Relations Manager Sought
for Maria’s Bookshop. Fast-paced position connecting books, authors, publishers and the community.  Responsible for book signings, reading groups and offsite events. Manage marketing, store displays, website, digital newsletter and social media. Active member of bookselling staff. For more information visit mariasbookshop.com . Deadline: noon 4/21.
 
The Climbing Zine
is looking for an intern to help with our website. Could possibly lead to a paid position. An FLC or graduate student would be ideal. Holler @ theclimbingzine@gmail.com or 970-376-3116. 

 

Announcements                                           

Ready on Good Friday
The finest hot cross buns ever made in this city. Serious Delights Bakery, inside Nature's Oasis.
 
The Silver Belles
are back from our European tour rested and ready to go. We are a volunteer group of entertainers looking for singers, dancers, musicians, and Western /Vaudeville Acts to join our troupe to celebrate the early days of Durango and the Wild Wild West. Contact 970-749-8189. See us on Facebook “The Silver Belles Saloon Girls and Wild West Variety Show”
 
Sista Sessions
1-on-1 skateboarding and snowboarding lessons. Three-hour group sessions also available upon demand. To learn more or schedule, check out www.sistasessions.org or call Heather Rietz, 970-903-0182.

 

Classes/Workshops

4-Directions Experiential Workshop Series
April 19: "The South" 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Reconnect to intuition and joy through experiential activities and council. www.wildbridgeinstitute.com/four-directions.
 
NIA with Ashley
A fitness and somatic movement practice increasing core strength, flexibility, and joint health. Nia incorporates martial, healing, and dance arts, and promotes students to move according to their body's way. Classes are on a drop-in basis, no previous experience needed. Smiley Building Dance Center, Room 24. Tuesdays, 4-5 p.m., Thursdays 10:30-11:30 a.m. and 5:30-6:30 p.m. Cost $10. Thursday evenings also with Sharon Sears. Contact flash4hill@gmail.com. or 970-759-0234 or durangonia.com
 
Muscle Testing Class for Healthcare Professionals
Energy testing simplified. Skills include: a muscle challenge technique - a body scan - test for specific therapies /remedies - prioritize imbalances and therapies/remedies - dosing - determining when a therapy/remedy is no longer needed. Technical manual included. Wednesday evenings from 6-8 p.m., April 30, May 7, 14 and 21. Surya Health and Wellness. Pre-registration required. For more info and to register, please call Colleen at 970-903-8439 or register online www.soundbitesdurango.com.
 
"Introduction to Quickbooks"
by Bethany McManus.  Thurs., April 24, at First National Bank's Training Room from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. with a break for lunch at 12 noon (brown bag).  Cost is $70 or $65 for Chamber members. Call the SBDC at 247-7009 to register.
 
Yoga and Ayurveda for Spring Workshop
Saturday, April 26th; 10 a.m. -12 noon. Cost: $30. Yogadurango, 1140-A Main Ave. Registration/information: yogadurango.com . Contact Michele at 970-946-8961 or michelelawrence@yahoo.com
 
All New Zumba Toning Classes!  
Take your Zumba to the next level. Join Darlene on Sundays 4:30-5:30 p.m. starting April 20-May 11t for 4 one-hour classes of Zumba Toning for $30. Contact ZumbaDarlene@gmail.com or 970-903-3588 for more info. 
 
Bringing Tarot to Life
A 6-week course with Julia Hesse. Tuesday evenings, 6-7:30 p.m. beginning April 22. Linda’s Local Food Café, Durango.  $120/$100.  See www.juliahesse.com or call 570-9323 for more information.
 
Beginning Pottery Classes
7-week wheel throwing classes: Tuesdays, April 29 –June 10, 9:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m., and Wednesdays, April 30- June 11, 5:30 – 8:30 p.m. Yunomi Pottery Studio, 4B Smiley Building. Each class limited to 6.  Contact Chyako Hashimoto, 259-2243 or Chyakopot@yahoo.com.
 
Massage and/“or” Esthetician Training
SW School of Massage & Aesthetics 1315 Main Ave., Suite 316, Dgo. No drop-ins please. Call or text: (970) 799-2202 or email: nancy@swmassageschool.com.
 

Services

Leah Ilanah's Tarot
Clarity, guidance, assistance for your life. (970) 759.7305 or www.leahilanahstarot.com.
 
Spring Tanning Special!
Healthy Glow organic spray tans! The only safe way to tan! First tan only $25! Meg Bush, CMT 970-759-0199.
 
Piano Lessons
With experienced and fun professional. All levels and ages. Lawrence Nass, 247-0112.
 
Local Caregiver/Companion
Available for part-time/full-time or live-in. Experienced – compassionate – dedicated. Serious inquires only. Please call, 1-215-520-7913 (cell).
 
Caregiver - 30 Years Experience
Do you need help with grocery shopping, healthy meal preparation, med supervision, transportation to appointments, etc.? Call 970-259-1059. Reasonable rates.
 
AstroCore Astrology
Core astrology readings, $60/hr. 335-8141.
 
Home/Animal Care
I will care for your home/critters while you are away. Experienced/references. Female, 61/nonsmoker. Durango & surrounding. 970) 946-8145.
 

BodyWork

Therapeutic Massage
Introductory special $40, 1 hour; $60, 90 min. New location now open. Come in for a massage and be automatically entered to win a free 1-hour massage. Call Tracey 970-769-1415.
 
Couples: Learn simple massage techniques
To keep you and your partner healthy, happy and connected. Call Jennifer for more details, (970) 946-8524.
 
Intuitive and Experienced Deep Tissue and Swedish Massage
Hot stones and essential oils included. Convenient downtown location. Jennifer 970-946-8524.
 
Massages by Meg!
30, 60 or 90 minutes. Professional, downtown location. Gift certificates available. Meg Bush, CMT 970-759-0199.
 
Massage With Kathryn
At Core Value Fitness. Introductory rate $50/hr. Offering deep tissue, raindrop technique, acutonics and aromatherapy. (970) 201-3373 for more information.
 

For Sale

Chimney Rock Farms CSA
join now for a share of the 2014 harvest of fresh fruits and vegetables. Check out www.chimneyrockfarms.com for pricing and delivery details.
 
Tech Bike Rack
trunk mount, multi, adjustable; $67; 970-259-8998.
 
Kiln: AIM – Model 2118
21” W, 18” D, 240V, 24 A, 1800 degrees. Complete with Bartlett 3-key digital controller, custom shelf, and 4-8” high posts for shelf - $1700. Call or text (970) 799-2202.
 
30% Off Inflatable Kayak Fleet!
$499-$549. Only used 2-3 times. Like new. GravityPlay.com - 970-259-7771.
 
Win XP Upgrade to Windows 7
$150, call 335-8141.
 
Hot Tub – Brand New
6HP, 50 jets, digital lights, waterfall. Cost $8,000. Sell, $3,950. 505-270-3104.
 
Reruns Home Furnishings
Freshen up your home for spring! New household items arriving daily. Always buying and consigning higher-end items for both stores. Call for an appointment. 572 E. 6th Ave. 385-7336.
 

CommercialForRent

Massage Room
for rent downtown on Main for $25/day. Call 970-764-7598.
 
Dance Studio for Rent
In the Smiley Building. $15/hr. Sound system, mirrors, large, beautiful. 759-5566 or lisa@dancedurango.com.
 

Community Service

Trails 2000 seeks Board Member
Trails 2000 seeks a passionate individual to serve on the Board of Directors. Trails 2000’s mission is to plan, build and maintain the urban interface trail network, educate trail users and encourage connectivity on road, path and trail. For more information, visit www.Trails2000.org, or email info@trails2000.org.
 
Free 12-week Support Group
for women survivors of child sexual assault. Facilitated by Linda Lute, LAC, MAC. Learn more about trauma and ways to further the healing journey. Call SASO, 970-259-3074, for more information.
 
Healthy Relationship Groups
for women and college students. Free and confidential through Alternative Horizons. Topics: trust, communication, dynamics of unhealthy relationships, boundaries, and heal through art and connection. For more info call Darlene Brace-Torres, LCSW Therapist at Alternative Horizons, 970-403-1574.
 
Alzheimer's Support Groups
Durango: Third Wed. of every month, 10:30 a.m., Durango La Plata Senior Center. Bayfield: First Tues. of every month, 10 a.m., Pine River Library. Cortes: Third Wed. of every month, 7 p.m., United Methodist Church. Open to any family member or caregiver of persons with Alzheimer's, dementia or any other chronic illness. For more information, call Elaine 970-259-0122.
 
Ignacio Community Library
offers free computer & tech consultations. Call (970) 563-9287 to sign-up for a consultation on software, hardware, e-readers, tablets, or any technology related questions.
 
Farmington Animal Shelter
has all types of dogs and cats available. Volunteers needed to walk dogs and play with cats. Foster families also needed for animals too young to be adopted. For more information, contact The Farmington Animal Shelter at 505-599-1098 or visit them on Facebook.
 
Support Group for male survivors
of sexual assault. Local psychotherapist Linda Lute, LAC, MAC, will be facilitating SASO’s free 12-week support group. The group will teach about the effects of trauma on the brain, grief and loss, coping with strong emotions, managing intimacy and relationships as a survivor, and self image. Contact Linda directly at 970-946-6465 for information or to register.
 
Free Counseling for Youth 
If you or someone you know is 18 or under and at risk for suicide, free professional counseling is available through The Second Wind Fund of the Four Corners, simply call 970-946-9586.
 
Living Well Yoga For Cancer
A class specifically designed for people in treatment or post-treatment for cancer. Meets every Wednesday at Yogadurango, 1140-A Main Ave., from 4-5:15 p.m. By donation. Call Michele for more info: 970-946-8961 or visit www.yogadurango.com/yogatherapy.
 
Women’s Support Groups
Is a past or current abusive relationship preventing you from living fully? Receive support & become empowered. Alternative Horizons offers free & confidential weekly groups. For more information call 970-403-1579.
 
Family and Friends of Alcoholics
Has your life been affected by someone else's drinking? There is hope and help with the Al-Anon Family Groups. Call 970-259-2982 for local meetings or www.alanon-co.org for meetings throughout Colorado.
 
Wheat & Gluten Intolerance
Support Group meets the first Wednesdays of every month at 5:30 p.m. at the Crossroads Building, 1075 Main Ave. All are welcome. E-mail gfindurango@gmail.com for meeting room location or add'l info.
 
Are You A Parent
with a child under age 5? Then come explore the Family Center of Durango. We have developmental playgroups, parenting classes, a toy lending library, safe exchange and supervised visits, a family support unit, and more! Call us at 385-4747 or stop by 489½ Florida Rd.
 
Cadence Therapeutic Riding
is seeking volunteers and is always searching for possible riders to participate in our program. Cadence is a non-profit organization that provides equestrian experiences for adults and children with special needs. Visit www.cadenceriding.org or call 749-7433 for more information.
 
Raw Food Lunches
Nonprofit organization Turtle Lake Refuge offers organic, living-food lunch every Tuesday and Friday from 11:11 a.m. to 2:22 p.m. Suggested donation $10-$15. 247-8395. 848 E. Third Ave.

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