Lost

Kayak Gear
Green Astral "Green Jacket" pfd, blue Sweet Rocker helmet, Snapdragon skirt. Left on top of car and drove away on Mon., Oct. 6. Reward if returned! 205-422-6693

 

Found

Walking Poles
Sept. 6, Coal Bank Pass. Laurie, 769-4054.

 

Pets

Behavior Expert Annie Phenix, CPDT-KA
offers Growly Dog Classes and private consults for difficult dogs. We also have a German Shepherd Puppy Power Hour every Thursday. www.phenixdogs.com. 970-442-1222.
 
Chez Paws Pet Sitting
In-home boarding for dogs up to 50 pounds. Call today to reserve a spot. Airport pick-up available. 512-740-3750 www.marti2heal.com

 

HelpWanted

Dancing Willow Herbs
Seeking a wholistic-minded, mature, flexible, hard-working individual to fill a part-time position. Must be available afternoons & weekends. Apply in person. No calls or e-mails. 1018 Main Avenue.
 
Position Now Open
Jewelry and art sales. Exp. req. Part time. Karyn Gabaldon Arts, 680 Main Ave.
 
Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory
561 Main Ave. store – now hiring. Must be able to work weekdays. Apply at store. No phone calls.

 

Announcements                                           

Come to Sand Canyon! 
Bring your boots, bike or horse to The Bunker at Battle Rock, in McElmo Canyon near Cortez. Out our back gate, Canyons of the Ancients is waiting. See us at www.vrbo.com/439606 or contact us at 970-739-3158. Discounted rates for locals.
 
Grand Opening Saturday
At Stitch, a full-service quilt and sewing store. Sewing machine, batik and $50 gift card giveaway. Located at 153 East 15th St. Additional information, 247-1085.
 
Call to DAC Member Artists
DAC's annual members non-juried exhibition: "An Enduring Wilderness," celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Wilderness Act showing Oct. 24-Nov. 15. Artists can enter one piece of artwork in any medium except film on Oct. 21 from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Visit www.DurangoArts.org for more info.
 
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 skateboarding lessons. Group sessions also available upon demand. To learn more, check out www.sistasessions.org or call Heather Rietz, 970-903-0182.

 

Classes/Workshops

Spiritual Healings
Sponsored by Peace Community Church International – a church without walls and without limiting dogma. Free Healing Circle of Love Fellowship, Friday evening, Oct. 17, from 7-9 p.m. at the Durango Recreation Center, Windom Room. Join us and experience the essence of your true self and the backing of spirit in a healing circle of love and joy. Trance Healing Tables, Sun., Oct.19, from 4-6 p.m. at the Durango Recreation Center, Sunlight Room. There is an infinite power to change and heal your inner love, inner kindness and inner authority. Experience your innate soul essence, heal and release the past and experience how healing energy flows. Come 15 minutes early to register for a clear channel healing. Cost $20. For more information, contact Jo C Soignier @ 970.903.3921, visit www.PCCIWorld.org.
 
Angelic Advanced Reiki Training
Sun., Oct. 26, 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. $200. To register, call Marie Redfeather, 970-903-1534. redfeathershamanichealing.com.
 
Learn to quilt or sew
At Stitch, Durango's quilt and sewing boutique. We have fabrics, books, patterns, sewing machines, notions and classes. Located at 153 East 15th St. or call 247-1085.
 
Massage Therapy Training Starting Soon!
SW School of Massage & Aesthetics. 1315 Main Ave, Ste. 316 Durango. No walk-ins please. Call/text: (970) 799-2202 or email: nancy@swmassageschool.com.
 
Art Classes for Adults @ DAC
Exercise that inner artist or try something totally new! Drawing, acting, book arts, encaustics, mixed media and much more! Register online at www.DurangoArts.org.
 
Pilates Lessons in Downtown Durango
Stay in shape and enjoy the convenience of Pilates lessons at a studio in downtown Durango. Discounts for teachers, seniors citizens, armed services available. Durango residents, your first private equipment lesson is free! For additional information, contact Liz at 512-422-4599.
 
Yoga for Women
Small, intimate classes (6 students max). Personal attention. Nurturing, safe environment. Improve strength, balance, flexibility. Relieve stress, cultivate joy, peace, awareness and acceptance. Wildlotusyoga.yolasite.com. 970-247-2437.
 
Nia with Ashley
Fitness fusing martial, dance and healing movement. EveryBODY welcome. Durango Sports Club Mondays and Wednesdays 10-11 a.m.; Smiley Building Dance Center Room 24, Thursdays, 10:30-11:30 a.m. Drop ins welcome $10. Contact flash4hill@gmail.com or 970-759-0234 or durangomoves.weebly.com
 
Zumba with Karyn Gabaldon
“Low impact ~ high energy and fun!” Thursdays, 9:15 - 10:15 a.m. Smiley Dance Studio, $7 drop-in or 10/$50. kgabaldon@rmi.net, 946-8292.
 
Releasing the Power Within
Beginning My Evolution Revolution! Oct. 17-20, Durango Recreation Center. Join us for a 4-day weekend of soul expansion and experiential techniques. 970-259-1815 or 970-903-3921. E-mail connectwithyourangels7@gmail.com To register: http://www.innerpeacemovementgroups.com/regrouping_durango.html.
 

Services

Call Us Before You Dig
Private underground utility locating. From the meter to the house. Starting at $40. Little Acres Locating. 970-739-9069, littleacreslocating@ftitel.net.
 
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.
 
Keep that Summer Glow with Healthy Glow!
Organic spray tans! Meg Bush, CMT 970-759-0199.
 
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.

 

BodyWork

$5 Off New Clients
Luna Therapeutic Massage, Stephanie Moon CMT (970) 759-7280.
 
Experienced & Intuitive Deep Tissue,
Swedish flow massage. Hot stones and essential oils included. Convenient downtown location. Jennifer 970-946-8524.
 
Fabulous Fall Massages!
30, 60 or 90 minutes. Professional, downtown location. Meg Bush, CMT 970-759-0199.
 
Stay Healthy With a Massage
steamed towels and essential oils included. One hour $50. In-town location. Leslie Beals, CMT. 970-759-6547.
 
Massage With Kathryn
New downtown location. Introductory rate $50/hr. Offering deep tissue, raindrop technique, acutonics and aromatherapy. (970) 201-3373 for more information.

 

ForSale

2006 Suzuki DR200
Dual-sport motorcycle. Fun. Go anywhere. 88 mpg. $1600. 970-422-8482.
 
4 Steel Subaru Rims
15 inch with hubcaps. New, $200. 970-799-4401.
 
2007 Toyota Prius Hatchback
4-door, gray. 121,000 miles/excellent condition, $9,000/OBO. Forest Lakes, Bayfield location. Call/text (970) 799-2202 or email: nancy@swmassageschool.com.
 
Hot Tub – Brand New
6HP, 50 jets, digital lights, waterfall. Cost $8,000. Sell, $3,650. 505-270-3104.
 
Reruns Home Furnishings
has a great selection of items to cozy up your home or dorm room: tables, lamps, rugs, desks, dressers and more. Plus great fall clothing. Come check out our two fun stores! 572 E. 6th Ave. 385-7336.
 
HomesforSale
Affordable Living in Durango
750-sq. ft. home by Elmore's Corner. Asking $162,000. 970-749-4544.
 
CommercialForRent
Professional Office Space to Rent
Natural healing center. (970)422-8001 for details.
 
Room for Rent
in thriving chiropractic office. Perfect for a body worker. Util & wifi incl. $325 furnished (table & everything); $300 unfurn. 749-2815.
 
Dance Studio for Rent
In the Smiley Building. $15/hr. Sound system, mirrors, large, beautiful. 759-5566 or lisa@dancedurango.com.
 

Community Service

Locals Benefit Day Program
Purgatory at Durango Mountain Resort is seeking applications from local nonprofits for 2014-15 Locals Benefit Days. Submit application at www.durangomountainresort.com. Deadline Oct. 22. Questions to contributions@durangomountain.com or (970) 426-7242. Recipients notified by mid-November. 
 
Trails 2000 is seeking volunteers
to help with booth at Durango Double on Sat., Oct. 11, 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. Located at the finish line at Animas Surgical Hospital. If interested, email Info@Trails2000.org.
 
Call for Volunteers at the Durango Arts Center
DAC is seeking volunteer to distribute marketing materials (posters, etc.) Regular commitment of two hours from 10 a.m. - noon each Friday. For more information, call Jeannie Berger, volunteer coordinator, (970) 259-2606 or email Jeannie@DurangoArts.org.
 
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.
 
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.

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