Opal Engagement Ring
surrounded by diamonds on silver band. Lost it downtown 2/19. Reward $500. Please help! Call (303) 877-6136.



Durango Dog College
March brings new classes! Shy Dog Class, Mini Mania, Dog Fit and Level 3 Manners. We still have Manners 1 & 2, Noseworks and Socialization. For sign-ups and more information, call or email us at 970-259-4455 or durangodogcollege@gmail.com.



Contract Position
for regional coach for child care directors, 20 hrs/week beginning March 2015. Job description & application at www.ecclaplata.org - see employment opportunities under “Get Involved” tab.
Interior Design Skills?
Realtor - homemaker? Promote elegant residential makeovers. Designer - builder. 970-259-2956.


Professional Office Space Available
in well-established center for natural healing, $475. Contact 422-8001 for information.
Want to Join …
a course in miracles study group? 505-402-8437.
Spontaneous Art Collectors
"&" Gallery’s new artist Maureen May’s sculpture/printmaking. 1027 Main, Durango.
Sci-Fi? Like Crazy?
Then search Amazon.com for “Tales of Crazy” by Bob Page. Only on the Kindle & Kindle Unlimited. 403-9480.
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.


2015 Adult Art Workshop Series
Art lectures every Thursday from 3-4:30 p.m. through March 5. Drawing the human skeleton, mixed media, paper arts and more! Register online at www.DurangoArts.org/adult_art or call at 259-2606, Ext. 15.
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 the week of April 27. Yunomi Pottery Studio, 4B Smiley Building. Each class limited to 6. Contact Chyako Hashimoto, 259-2243 or Chyakopot@yahoo.com.
Pilates-Yoga Connection
Fundamentals of Core Fitness Class with Nan Cresto starts March 5, 5:15 p.m. Special rate for new clients. 970-259-0089.
Free Reiki share Thurs., March 5, 6-8 p.m. Usui/Holy Fire Reiki I & II Class, Sat & Sun,  March 21 & 22, 9-5, $350. ART/Master Reiki Class, Fri, Sat & Sun, March 13-15, 9-5, $875. Teresa Jantz, Karuna Reiki® Master/Teacher, 970-903-2547.
Postnatal Yoga Workshop
Feb. 28, 2 - 4 p.m. Cost: $25. Yogadurango, 1140-A Main Ave. Registration/information: Contact Michele at 970-946-8961 or michelelawrence@yahoo.com.
Pilates 8-Week Workshop:
Taking your fitness routine to a deeper level using the authentic Pilates method. Begins week of March 2. 970-759-9364 or www.mindseyemovement.com (see Training Rates / Current Specials).
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. 
CPR and First Aid
Blended learning and open classes. www.statmedicalcpr.com.
March Special Stained Glass Classes
$50 off all classes in March. Call to reserve your spot. Tristan’s Stained Glass in the Smiley Building. 970-403-2011.
Seed Studio - Art, Yoga, Nature
Now enrolling "Mommy & Me" art classes/ after-school art for kids ages 6-12. Thursdays, 5-week sessions. 970-903-3918, www.seedstudiokids.com


Herbal Medicine
I work with women who have painful menses, PMS and chronic reproductive complaints. Schedule a $30 consult while they last. Kate Husted: (303)917-3882.
Snow Removal - Pets - Cleaning
Laborer, caregiver, transport, gardening. 970-946-4452, Dori.
Get a Healthy tan!
Healthy glow! Organic spray tans. Meg Bush, LMT 970-759-0199.
Restaurant Consultant
Food and beverage cost analysis. Improve food quality, increase profits. 970-903-4043.
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.
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.


What is quality service worth to you? For exceptional mobile and Studio service. 970-799-8950.
Fabulous February Massages!
30, 60 & 90 minutes. Meg Bush, LMT 970-759-0199.
Feb Massage Special!
$55/1.5 hour. Gift certs available, c.c. accepted. Treatments starting at just $40. CHI Therapeutic Massage, Melanie Mooney, RN LMT 759-9440.
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.


1973 FJ 40 Land Cruiser
All original with bikini top and doors $4,800. Bowflex Extreme, like new, $500 firm. For pics, call 970-799-2663.
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.
Hot Tub – Brand New
6HP, 50 jets, digital lights, waterfall. Cost $8,000. Sell, $3,650. 505-270-3104.
Reruns Home Furnishings
Spruce up your home for 2015! Great selection of furnishings, hand-painted hutch, dressers, antique desks, bookcases & lamps. Antique skis, bamboo poles, sleds & snow shoes. 572 E. 6th Ave. 385-7336.



Seeking Art Studio/Work Space
to rent. Need min. 12’x 12’. pjsarts@rcn.com.
Roommate Wanted
Share upscale residence. Female, no substance, no pets. 970-385-9048 "Recruiter."



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

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.
Medicine Horse Center
Spring volunteer training from 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Tues., March 3, at Durango facility. Needed: side walkers and leaders for therapeutic riding sessions. Must be able to walk for up to an hour outdoors. No horse experience necessary. Call Emily, 903-7979 or www.medicinehorsecenter.org.
Volunteer needed for Durango Film Festival
March 4-8 - Volunteers get movie punch pass, t-shirt and other benefits. For more info, email diffcharis@hotmail.com before Feb. 25.
Volunteers needed for Medicine Horse Center
To assist as side walkers and leaders for Therapeutic Riding Sessions in Durango and Mancos locations. No horse experience necessary. Training session: 9:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m., March 3, Contact 903-7979 or www.medicinehorsecenter.org.
Dorothy Gore $1,000 Scholarship
sponsored by P.E.O. Chapter CS, open to any La Plata County graduating senior girl who has shown academic promise, leadership, community service and has at least a 3.0 GPA. Priority given to applicants to Cottey College, a four-year women’s college in Nevada, Missouri, owned by the P.E.O. Sisterhood. Applications available at high school counseling offices. Deadline March 13. For info, call Mary Colgan, 970-259-4039.
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!  Training begins the end of Feb.  Call 259-3074 to sign up. 
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.
Alternative Horizons
has openings for a free and confidential 10-week women’s group around exploring healthy relationships. Groups start Jan. 20 and are offered at noon or 5:15 p.m. on Tuesdays. If interested, contact Darlene at 970-403-1574 or YouthTherapist@alternativehorizons.org.
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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