To the woman who accidently took the wrong green down jacket
from the Leftover Salmon show at the ACT: I would greatly appreciate it if you could please bring it back to the theater. Your contact info that you left at the ACT was lost so I have not been able to get a hold of you. Or call me at (970) 779-0354
outside downtown Saturday 2/1. Call 970-903-4088 to identify.
PT Care for Disabled Local
Experience is helpful. $17 hourly. Call 970 729-0169 for interview.
Do you enjoy cleaning and love making a difference? Clean private homes and some offices for right person who is highly motivated and energetic, long term. Seeking responsible/mature person. Must have phone/voice mail & own vehicle. Approximately 3 or more days/week between 9am & 3 pm. Some evenings. Raises! Only motivated to work need apply. 970-759-4000.
Painting Model Needed
$12/hour, 3 hours at a time. Contact Annie: 375-6488.
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 @ email@example.com or 970-376-3116.
Ground Floor Hemp CBD Biz Opportunity
Legal and available in all 50 states. Free to join! Hemp970.com.
Serendipity Antiques and Flea Bazaar
A new antique and vintage goods store at 39728 Hwy. 160 Gem Village. A little bit of everything. Come check out our furniture selection. Thurs.-Sat., 10-6. 884-9348 or by appointment 884-9349.
1-on-1 skateboarding and snowboarding lessons. Three-hour group sessions also available upon demand. Stay tuned for upcoming beginning freestyle girls snowboard camps @ Purg. To schedule your 1-on-1 or ask questions, call Heather Rietz at 970-903-0182.
Zumba with Malia
Music for the 50+ generation. Low impact, fun dancing. Monday, 10:15 a.m. and Thurs., 3 p.m., Smiley Bldg, 2nd floor. 403-3081.
The iAM Music Institute
hosts guest instructor Dr. Easton Stuard, March 3-11. Downbeat award-winning multi-instrumentalist available for private lessons by appt. firstname.lastname@example.org or 707-499-1725.
With experienced and fun professional. All levels and ages. Lawrence Nass, 247-0112.
All Levels Yoga Class w/ Joan Pope
@ 4 Corners Yoga (3rd floor Smiley Bldg.) Thursdays, 5:30-7 p.m. Contact: email@example.com or 247-0948
Jewelry Making Classes
At Four Corners Gem and Mineral Club. Beginning and intermediate silversmithing. Lost wax casting. lapidary/stone cutting. For info., Will at 247-9272.
Citizenship Classes Starting at Durango Education Center
Become a U.S. citizen! Classes offered to get you ready for the citizenship test. Learn about U.S. government, history and improve your pronunciation while improving your English language skills. March 10 – May 22, morn. & eve. classes. Cost: $50. Visit www.durangoedcenter.org or call 385-4354 X 109 for more information.Pilatesdurango.com
Morning mat, Fridays at 8 a.m. For donation. Taught by Andrea Martone. 970-903-6659.
Tile flowerpot: March 15 and 16, $75. Stained-glass mosaic candle holder: April 12 and 13, $75. More info: www.lilymosaics.com. 847-819-2039.
Get a Tan!
It's March Madness Tanning at Healthy Glow! Organic spray tans! The only safe way to tan! First tan only $25! Exp. 3/31/14. Meg Bush, CMT 970-759-0199.
“March Special,” only $45 by student. Microdermabrasion add’l $20. Ferrara Aesthetics. (970) 946-0172 or 946-8145.
Divining Your Life Purpose
A Tarot Wisdom Retreat with Julia Hesse. March 15, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Mancos. $50, $25 for 21 and under. juliahesse.com, 570-9323.
Leah Ilanah’s Tarot
Clarity, guidance, assistance for your life. 970.759.7305 or www.leahilanahstarot.com. Mini readings every Wednesday, 4-7 p.m., at the Rochester Hotel, 726 E 2nd Ave., Durango CO 81301.
Relax Your Tired, Achy Muscles
with a massage! Downtown, professional setting! 30, 60 or 90 minutes. Gift certificates available! Meg Bush, CMT 970-759-0199.
What is Your Pain Trying to Tell You?
Guided by muscle testing wisdom this gentle, consciousness-based healing, rehab and chiropractic approach gets to roots of the problem and offers relief and insight. Free consults. www.YogiKeneenDC.com, 303-513-8055.
Stay Healthy With a Massage
Hot steamed towels and essential oils included. One hour, $50. Leslie Beals, CMT. In-town location, 970-759-6547.
Yoga Over 50
Safely aligned, gently challenging, seriously fun! Fridays 9:30-10:45 a.m., Durango Arts Center studio, north door, $10. More info? 426-8740 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
my blend of Swedish and deep tissue massage and find out why you don't have to choose! Introductory deal, $55 /75 minutes, credit cards accepted. See my website for other rates and options. www.rowanblaisdell.com, 970-570-7259.
Introductory special $40/hour and $60/90-minute. Gift certificates available. Main Avenue, Durango. Tracey 970-769-1415.
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.
Unique Business For Sale
for the art minded. Small art school/ paint your own pottery studio available. Everything included for $19,500. Located in the heart of downtown, can be moved. See pics and specs on Craigslist post 4325182974 or Call Bonnie, (970) 426-9685.
Reruns Home Furnishings
Freshen up your home for spring! New household item arriving daily. Always buying and consigning higher-end items for both stores. Call for an appointment. 572 E. 6th Ave. 385-7336.
Massage Room For Rent
at Yogadurango on Main Ave. Call Sheryl for details. 970.769.6875.
Upstairs, SE corner of 8th and Main, second floor, windows, 273 sq. ft. Avail. 4/1. 970-769-4368.
Dance Studio for Rent
In the Smiley Building. $15/hr. Sound system, mirrors, large, beautiful. 759-5566 or email@example.com.
Free 12-week Support Group
for women survivors of child sexual assault facilitated by Linda Lute, LAC, MAC. Learn more about how trauma has impacted you and ways to further your healing journey. Call SASO at 970-259-3074 for more information. Group begins March 2014.
Volunteer Naturalist Training
Durango Nature Studies needs volunteers for its Children Discovering Nature Program for kids in K-6th on topics like plants, animals, insects and water. No prior experience is necessary. Training dates: March 12, 6-8:30 p.m. at Durango Rec Center, Eolus Room. March 14 & 15, 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. at Nature Center. Call 769-1800 to register, or email Sally at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mondays Spring Horse Camp
Registration is open for our early-release Mondays Spring Horse Camp. Develop relationships with awesome horses while learning new horse skills, about horse behavior and beginning riding. A more advanced camp is offered in the summer. Register online at www.medicinehorsecenter.og or call Trish @ 749-3934 for more info.
Citizenship Classes Offered
Durango Education Center is offering citizenship classes to help prepare for the citizenship test to become U.S. citizens. The program runs March 10 to May 22, Tues. and Thurs., 9-11 a.m., and Mon. and Wed., 6-8 p.m. 10-week program is $50; pre-registration required. For more info, visit www.durangoedcenter.org or call 970-385-4354.
Call to Artists Applications Wanted
City of Durango seeking original three-dimensional artwork to be installed at traffic island at intersection of Highway 550/160. Details at www.durangopublicart.org, 375-5002 or email@example.com.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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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