Found

Did you lose something Saturday evening, 12/6
in downtown Durango? 970-769-3809.
 
Black and Gray Female Tabby Cat
In Mancos, approx. one month ago. Very friendly. 970-769-3943.
 

Announcements

Shop Local, Shop Green
at Second Story Used Books. Gift quality, clean books at a fraction of new prices. With titles ranging from regional interest and Native American to metaphysical, history, adventure, cooking, science, biography, award-winning fiction, poetry and classics. Also signed, rare, 1st editions and collectables. Open daily through Christmas in the alley behind Sahaira's Salon on 9th. 769-2982.
 
SCB: Single Canyon Babe
seeks outdoors type into bikes/skis/hikes. Love local! Pairs with paleo and can go glutard or lactard too. Great with James Ranch cheese. Call The Merch 375-0076.
 
Rummage Sale @ Frosty's Craft Fair
Sat., 12/13, 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. Old BMS Gym, South Street, Bayfield.
 
Film: “Because People F#@king Swear”
From the creators of Trailer Park Boys. Tickets only online @ tugg.com/events/12105. Enjoy the best 1/8th of the year!
 
BH Letting Go
Get rid of anger, disappointment, hatred & gain happiness, good health. By appointment only. 970-442-0925.
 
ESC: Euro Sophistic Confident
to be pink, dapper and socially appropriate for holiday tryst. You know you want me as your date. For Marc Hebrart call the Merchant du Vin 375-0076.
 
 
Sci-Fi? Like Crazy?
Then search Amazon.com for “Tales of Crazy” by Bob Page. Only on the Kindle.
 
Holiday Pottery Sale
Red Cliffs Pottery. Great selection and great prices. Daily, 9-5. 1375 Florida Rd. Sean, 970-764-8229.
 
The Perfect Gift
for Your Favorite Dirtbag. Literature from Durango's own Benighted Publications. The Climbing Zine, The Great American Dirtbags, and Climbing Out of Bed are available at: Maria's Bookshop, Pine Needle Mountaineering, the FLC Bookstore, or on the interweb at www.climbingzine.com.
 
Sista Sessions
1-on-1 snowboarding lessons. Group sessions also available upon demand. To learn more, check out www.sistasessions.org or call Heather Rietz, 970-903-0182.
 

Classes/Workshops

Kids 2-Day Holiday Workshop
(Ages 6-11). Need extra time to do some last-minute shopping or gift wrapping but don't want the kids to see what they are getting? Bring them over to the Clay Room for our kid’s arts and crafts workshop. We will make some great holiday ornaments, listen to music and play games (snacks and drinks are welcome). 12-22/23 10 a.m.-12 noon / 1-3 p.m. $40 per child. The Clay Room, 171 E. 7th St. (behind Mutu's, in the alley), 970-426-9685.
 
Kids Cross Country Ski Lessons
Learn to Nordic ski through fun and games. Sunday mornings or Monday afternoons for eight weeks – Jan./Feb. Ages 5 to 11. durangonordic.org/snowburners, 970-382-5899.
 
Clases Gratuitas de Salsa
Sabados 7-8 p.m., Smiley Building, segundo piso. 970-903-5799.
 
Winter Pottery Classes
7-week wheel-throwing classes. Beginning level, Tuesdays, Jan. 20- March 3, 9:30 a.m.- 12:30 p.m.; and Wednesdays, Jan. 21- March 4, 5:30 – 8:30 p.m. Intermediate level, Mondays, Feb. 2- March 16, 12 noon - 3 p.m. Yunomi Pottery Studio, 4B Smiley Building. Each Class limited to 6. Contact Chyako Hashimoto, 259-2243 or Chyakopot@yahoo.com.
 
School’s Out Art Camps
Mon. & Tues., 10 am–3 pm. December 22, 23, 29, 30. $40 / $50. Explore Art Around the World with fun "school's out" art making days. Sign up for one or all classes. New discovery each day. Register online at www.DurangoArts.org/Education.
 
Durango Dharma Center Presents
Entering the New Year with Love & Wisdom. A four-day meditation retreat with Erin Treat & Brian Lesage held at Kelly Place Bed & Breakfast near Cortez. Dec. 28 – Jan. 1, 2015. Scholarships are available. www.DurangoDharmaCenter.org.
           
Tristan’s Stained Glass Classes
Starting soon. Four classes in total, 1½ hours per class. Call to reserve your space. Glass supplies and custom orders. Smiley Building, Room #2B. 970-403-2011.
 
Yoga Restorative Workshops
Saturday, Dec. 13, 9 a.m. - noon or 2-5 p.m. For students of all levels with Kathy Curran. Drop-ins welcome! Smiley Building, Room #32. 259-4794. www.4cornersyoga.com.
 
Winter Nia With Ashley 
Fitness for flexibility, strength and mobility. EveryBODY welcome, no experience necessary, $10 drop in. Mondays and Wednesdays Durango Sports Club 10-11 a.m., and Thursdays Smiley Building Dance Center 10:30-11:30 a.m. Contact flash4hill@gmail.com, 970-759-0234 durangomoves.weebly.com
                        
Glass Mosaic Mirror Workshop
with Lily Russo at Artesanos. Dec. 13 and 14. www.lilymosaics.com. 847-819-2039.
 
Workshops Every Monday 6:30 p.m.
on Eat Right 4 You; Take Care of Your Bones; BH Letting Go, based on the Sedona Method; and, Optimal Hydrations, drink the good water. By registration only, 970-442-0925.
 
Hot Vinyasa Yoga
with Sandra Fleming. Sundays 6-7:15 p.m., Yoga Durango on Florida. Contact: 720.530.7866.
 

Services

Cranial Sacral Therapy
Deep relaxation, profoundly healing. 12 years experience. $60 session. Buy four, fifth free. Schedule with Don at Amaya, (970)-247-3939.
 
Bodytalk is Back!
Ready for a shift? Contact juliegentry57@gmail.com to schedule an appointment. www.bodytalksystem.com.
 
Music Lessons With Pete Giuliani
fun, student-centered guitar, bass, voice and band coaching. Visit PeteGiuliani.com or call 385-6713.  Gift certificates available.
 
DurangoColoradoInsurance.com
Health insurance guidance. Schedule your over-the-phone appointment. 970.385.4763.
 
Leah Ilanah's Tarot
Clarity, guidance, assistance for your life. (970)759-7305 or www.leahilanahstarot.com.
 
Piano Lessons
With experienced and fun professional. All levels and ages. Lawrence Nass, 247-0112.
 
Get Your Holiday Glow
with Healthy Glow! Organic spray tans! Downtown Durango, Meg Bush, CMT 970-759-0199.
 
Get the Lashes of Your Dreams
with Luscious Lashes Eyelash Extensions! Special $125. Licensed since 2009! Call (970) 759-0702.
 
Would You Like a Clean House?
Well I would like a house to clean. Call 970-779-8994.
 
Restaurant Consultant
Now taking new clients. Strictly confidential. 970-903-4043.
 
Typos Are Your Worst Enema
A good editor is your ally. Full-service text editing for websites, businesses, books, papers and tattoo ideas. Write to zach@zachhively.com.
 
Dog/Cat/Housesitting
Experienced sitter with excellent references seeks to take care of your house and pets while you're gone. Rates negotiable. warmgrimace@gmail.com.
 

BodyWork

Give the Gift of Massage
this Christmas! 30, 60 or 90 minutes. Gift certificates available. Meg Bush, CMT 970-759-0199.
 
Therapeutic Massage
60 or 90 minutes, steamed towels, essential oils. Gift certificates also available, great for the holidays. Call Tracey 970-769-1415.
 
Massage With Kathryn
New downtown location. Introductory rate $50/hr. Offering deep tissue, therapeutic stretching and acutonics. (970) 201-3373 for more information.
 
Stay Healthy With a Massage
steamed towels and essential oils included. One hour $50. In-town location. Leslie Beals, CMT. 970-759-6547.
 
Experienced & Intuitive Deep Tissue,
Swedish flow massage. Hot stones and essential oils included. Convenient downtown location. Jennifer 970-946-8524.
 
Scandinavian Reflexology Now in Durango
It balances your health. Try it out! By appointment only. 970-442-0925.
 

ForSale

Snowblower
Powerful 8-horse Yamaha. Good condition, $250. 970-946-8230.
 
Hot Tub – Brand New
6HP, 50 jets, digital lights, waterfall. Cost $8,000. Sell, $3,650. 505-270-3104.
 
Reruns Home Furnishings
Warm up your home for the holidays. Great furniture – Heywood Wakefield cabinet, hand-painted hutch, dressers, desks, entryway table, lamps. Large assortment of Eva Zeiser midcentury dishes and serving ware. Lots of holiday gifts and stocking stuffers. 572 E. 6th Ave. 385-7336.
 

ForRent

Room Available for Awesome Roommate
in nice home with 2 cool employed adults, 2 cats, in DW1, $510 no pets/smoking 317-8942.
 
Matterhorn Cabin Near Telluride:
$300/night, 5BR/2BA, sleeps 12. Bring sleeping bags. Just 15 minutes to Telluride Ski Area! Reserve now: 877-444-6777; www.recreation.gov.
 

WantedForRent

Family of Four
looking for house to rent while we remodel our own. April - July or thereabouts. Downtown location preferred. Nonsmokers, clean, gainfully employed. One mature family dog who gets regular exercise and is well trained. 970-749-2595.
 

CommercialForRent

Looking for Affordable Massage Space?
Under $10/hr at Durango Massage Space. Contact jmariefacial@gmail.com, 970-946-3932.
 
Commercial Kitchen Space
available for $30 an hour. Call 259-6729.
 
Dance Studio for Rent
In the Smiley Building. $15/hr. Sound system, mirrors, large, beautiful. 759-5566 or lisa@dancedurango.com.
 

Community Service

Wanted: Steam Park Project Feedback
The Steam Park Project Steering Committee and City of Durango are seeking community feedback for a feasibility study. For more info, to answer the survey or add comments, visit www.durangogov.org/steam.
 
Are You a Parent
with a child under age 5? Then come explore the Family Center of Durango. We have developmental playgroups, parenting classes, safe exchange and supervised visits, a family support unit, an entire team of Health Coverage Guides to help navigate Medicaid, CHP+ and the Affordable Care Act website, and more! Call us at 385-4747 or stop by 129 E 32nd Street.
 
Southwest Center for Independence
has Sorenson “ntouch” PC  with video relay system, enabling deaf and hard-of-hearing community to communicate with deaf and hearing family, friends or business contacts. Free service lets you place and receive calls with professional American Sign Language (ASL) interpreter via videophone and high-speed internet connection. Come by 3273 Main Ave, #23 to use; or, to make an appointment, call Ellinda at 970-259-1672.
 
Volunteers Needed for Habitat ReStore
including cashiering, pricing and more. No experience necessary. Volunteers who can work once a week especially desired. Call 970-382-2215, email admin@habitatlaplata.org. or come by the ReStore, 120 Girard St., Bodo Park.
 
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.

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