Pets

Train Without Pain!
www.Phenixdogs.com offers: nose work, obedience training, aggression rehab, board & train. Nationally certified trainer. 970-442-1222. 
 

Help Wanted

Carpenters Wanted
Qualified applicants may submit resumes via email to shaman@rocksolidhb.com. Include previous employer's contact info and/or pics-references.
 
Food service supervisor and prep cook
part time, split shifts, late May thru Sept. 10, www.bardchuckwagon.com, link at bottom of page.
 
Fort Lewis College
is seeking a mental health counselor in the Counseling Center. Master’s Degree in counseling or mental health-related field is required. Part-time w/benefits. Please visit: www.fortlewis.edu/jobs and click on “Exempt Positions” to be directed to detailed job information. Applications received by March 27, 2015, will be given full consideration. Fort Lewis College is an AA/EO Employer.
 
Landscapers Wanted
for everything from flowerbed maintenance to custom hardscape installations. Looking for a few guys and gals to help build a fun and hardworking crew. Lots of variety within the work to learn and grow. Pay DOE. Please call 970-259-5557.
 

Announcements

2015 Twin Buttes Gardens CSA Memberships
Now Available - Sign up now to enjoy a wide variety of fresh, local, organically grown produce all summer long. Delivery available. For additional information or to sign up go to:http://www.twinbuttesofdurango.com/forms/csa-application/.
 
Plant Yourself in the Community!
Become a DNF Co-op Board member. Info and application packets are available at www.DurangoNaturalFoods.Coop and in store at the cash register. Application deadline: Fri., April 3.
 
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

Licensed Psychologist, Douglas E. Miller, PsyD,
is offering a 6-week “Lunch & Learn” parenting program designed by The Love and Logic Institute called, “Parenting the Love and Logic Way."  The course is designed to give parents practical skills that can be used immediately to address parenting issues such as putting an end to arguing, back talk and begging; teaching responsibility without losing their love; setting limits without waging war; avoiding power struggles; and much more. Course details include the following: Wednesdays, April 15 - May 13, 11:45 a.m. - 1:15 p.m. at Summit Psychology, 270 East 8th Ave., Suite N-206 at the Horse Gulch Health Campus. Cost is $120 if registered by April 9. Only 10 seats available. To register contact Douglas E. Miller, PsyD at 970-382-2680.
 
2015 Adult Art Workshop Series
Mono printmaking and paper art workshops with acclaimed visiting artists April 18-19 & 25-26. Visit www.DurangoArts.org for more info and to register online.
 
2015 Kid's Summer Art Camps
Choose from 11 performing and visual art camps for ages 4-16. Enroll your artist today! Visit www.DurangoArts.org for more info and to register online.
 
Slow & Mindful: an Introduction
to Iyengar Yoga Saturdays, April 4, 11, 18 and May 3, 9, 16. 10-11:30 a.m. @ Inhabit, in Riverside Professional Bldg., 1970 E. 3rd Ave. Contact: joanpope@durango.net or 970-426-8431.
 
Tile Mosaic Stepping Stone Workshop,
April 11, 1-5 p.m. April 12, 1-3 p.m. Artesanos, 700 E. 2nd Ave. $75. Contact lilyrusso@gmail.com to register. 847-819-2039. www.lilymosaics.com.
 
Spring Pottery Classes
7-week wheel throwing classes. Beginning level, Tuesdays, April 14 - June 2, 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.; and Wednesdays, April 16-June 4, 5:30–8:30 p.m. Intermediate level, Mondays, April 13-June 1, 12 noon - 3 p.m. No classes April 27, 30 and May 5. Yunomi Pottery Studio, 4B Smiley Building. Each class limited to 6. Contact Chyako Hashimoto, 259-2243 or Chyakopot@yahoo.com.
 
CPR and First Aid
Blended learning and open classes. www.statmedicalcpr.com.
 
Seed Studio - Art, Yoga, Nature
Now enrolling summer camps! Enroll by April 1st & receive 10% off tuition. For more camp info. go to www.seedstudiokids.com
 
Calling All Locavores! 
Free turkey hunting workshop for young adults (18 and older). April 3 (6-8 p.m. Durango) and April 4 (9 a.m.-3 p.m. Hesperus). No experience or hunter ed card required for workshop. Join Colorado Parks and Wildlife for this hands-on beginner’s class. Learn all the fundamentals: turkey habitat, calling, scouting, safety, equipment. Basic shotgun shooting clinic included. All equipment provided! For complete info and to register go to: http://www.register-ed.com/events/view/59972. Questions? Call 970-375-6709.
 
Get Totally Toned
With an awesome full-body workout Sundays from 10 - 11:15 a.m. with Lisa at Core Values, at the corner of CR 250 and 32nd Street. Unique mix of strength, stretching, dynamic movements and Pilates-infused core-building. All set to great music. Never the same class twice! $10 drop-in. 
 

Services

Community Acupuncture
at Mountain Medicine 1315 Main Ave., 209. $45 Monday evenings 4-7p.m. Stop by or call 970-247-1233.
 
Piano Lessons
With experienced and fun professional. All levels and ages. Lawrence Nass, 970-769-0889.
 
Guitar Lessons with Pete Giuliani
Fun, student-centered guitar, bass, voice and band coaching for all ages and abilities. Learn faster, have more fun. Gift certificates, too. Visit PeteGiuliani.com or call 385-6713.
 
Does Your Dog Need a Walk?
2 reliable, responsible, dog-loving moms at your service. $15 for 30-min walk. Call Evonne 946-2591 or Ashley 759-0234. 
 
Get a Healthy Tan!
Healthy glow! Organic spray tans. Meg Bush, LMT 970-759-0199.
 
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.
 

Body Work

$60 One Hour Deep Tissue
Luna Therapeutic Massage, Stephanie Moon CMT (970) 759-7280.
 
1 Hour Massage $40
For new clients and just $50 thereafter. Every 6th massage free. Heaven's Healing Touch Massage. Women only. Beth Harris 970-946-9668.
 
Student Massage
Soon to graduate. $30/60 mins $45/90 mins. SW School of Massage & Aesthetics, 1315 Main Ave., Suite 316, Durango. Molly: 970-779-8061. No walk-ins please.
 
Stay Healthy With a Massage
Steamed towels and essential oils included. In-town location. Leslie Beals, 970-759-6547.
 
Therapeutic Massage
$50, 60 min. $65, 90 min. Steamed towels, essential oils. By appointment only. Tracey, 970-769-1415.
 
Spectacular Spring Massages!
30, 60 or 90 minutes. Convenient, downtown Durango location. Meg Bush, LMT 970-759-0198.
 
www.durangomobilemassage.com
What is quality service worth to you? For exceptional mobile and studio service, 970-799-8950.
 
Cranial Sacral by Donation
Come and receive the profound therapeutic benefits of this hands-on healing modality. Call Don, owner of Amaya, at (970) 769-8389
 
Massage With Kathryn
New downtown location. Introductory rate $50/hr. Offering deep tissue, therapeutic stretching and acutonics. 970-201-3373 for more information.
 
Experienced & Intuitive Deep Tissue,
Swedish flow massage. Hot stones and essential oils included. Convenient downtown location. Jennifer 970-946-8524.
 
Massage at the Smiley Building!
Introducing Ivy Creek Massage Therapists, graduates of Santa Fe School of Massage. Maggie Austin 749-5006, Cate Smock 903-9492. Call for your appointment to experience a deeply satisfying, therapeutic, nurturing and affordable massage.
 

Homes for Sale

Mobile Home for Sale
in Island Cove in downtown Durango on the river!  2bed, 2bath, 800 sq. ft. Asking $25,000. Has efficient furnace and includes washer/dryer, fridge, gas oven, dishwasher, shed, etc. Gorgeous setting with lots of wildlife. 970-764-8266.
 

ForSale

Hot Tub – Brand New
6HP, 50 jets, digital lights, waterfall. Cost $8,000. Sell, $3,750. 505-270-3104.
 
Scribed Log Home
30-x-36, 12-inch dry draw knifed spruce logs, 1,080 sq. ft x $22 psf = $23,750. View at 25751 CR H, Cortez, CO. Call 970-882-4322 evenings or Sundays for free picture.
 
Reruns Home Furnishings
Happy spring! Great selection of furnishings, cool retro dresser and side tables, small Mexican dresser, iron bar stools, framed art, lamps & linens. Patio items soon to come. 572 E. 6th Ave. 385-7336.
 

For Rent

Sublet/Short Term Rental
2bed/ 2bath, washer/ dryer, decks, grill. Pets OK, Hermosa, starting mid April-May 15 or Memorial Day. Call 970-316-1780.
 

Commercial For Rent

Therapist Room for Rent
Energy/bodywork, massage, nutrition, counseling. $100-$300/month on Main Ave. 970-247-1233.
 
Psychotherapy Office Space Available
share beautiful downtown space 3 days a week ($350 +/- per month). 970-759-6606.
 
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

Grants Available from Education Foundation
The Durango Education Foundation is accepting applications for grants to teachers, staff, administrators and community organizations that serve 9-R students. Application period closes April 6. Find criteria and info at www.DurangoEducationFoundation.org, 9RFoundation@gmail.com or 385-1491.
 
Monday Early Release Horse Camp
for 2nd to 5th graders, 2-4 p.m., each Monday from March 30-May 4, Medicine Horse tipi at Riversong Ranch, 1729 County Road 250. Call to register, 533-7403.
 
Rob Blair Fund for Vallecito Nordic Club
In memory of Rob Blair, avid Nordic skier, to support the volunteer-run Vallecito Nordic Club. Contributions to: Vallecito Nordic Club, in memory of Rob Blair (in memo line). Mail to or drop off at: Pine River Valley Bank, 1701 Main Ave., Durango. 385-9583.
 
Durango Education Foundation Offers 11 Scholarships   
to seniors graduating from Durango School District 9-R; vary in award amount from $1,000/one-year to $10,000 per year/four years. Deadline to apply is March 31 at 5 p.m. More info: www.DurangoEducationFoundation.org, 385-1491 or 9RFoundation@gmail.com.
 
Trail Information Specialists
San Juan Mountains Association, along with Canyons of the Ancients National Monument, needs volunteer Trail Information Specialists at Sand Canyon. Volunteers will be hiking, biking or horseback riding the Sand Canyon trail area during high-use times and informing public about Leave No Trace, as well as monument regulations. Uniforms, nametags and training provided. Contact Kathe@sjma.org or 385-1310.
 
Volunteers Needed to Support Survivors of Sexual Assault
Sexual Assault Services Organization (SASO) seeks volunteers of all genders, ages, cultures, races, ethnicities, religions, languages, sexual orientations, nationalities, abilities and experiences... in other words, you! Call 259-3074 to sign up. 
 
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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