KDUR is Celebrating 50 years
of broadcasting in 2025. With that anniversary fast approaching, staff is on the hunt for past DJs. Maybe you did a show for one year, maybe you did a show for 10. However long that was, hopefully you have a fond memory, a story or maybe even some recorded material! If you do, please email station manager Bryant Liggett, Liggett_b@fortlewis.edu or call 970.247.7261
Durango Rec Center spring art show, Nadya/Tron digital/watercolors. Sale prices $40-$120.
Furnished Studio in Town
Now hiring Downtown Ambassador
Do you love Durango? The Durango Business Improvement District is looking for friendly, outgoing and knowledgeable people who love our community to be Downtown Ambassadors. We are looking for candidates that have great interpersonal skills and are familiar with our community. Must have strong communication skills, enjoy talking to people and be self-motivated. This is a seasonal, part-time position. $15-$17per hour. To apply visit: www.downtowndurango.org/jobs. Application deadline is April 10.
FT County Coordinator Wanted
Wildfire Adapted Partnership (nonprofit) seeks one full-time County Coordinator to manage wildfire education and mitigation programs in eastern La Plata County. Visit wildfireadapted.org/join-team to view full job announcement.
Front Desk Receptionist
We are looking for someone that has a positive attitude, is an effective problem solver, has a strong desire to achieve goals, and is knowledgeable of the Durango area. Handling check-ins and check-outs Office duties, answering phone calls, responding to emails, creating reservations Inform guests of rates, available rooms, motel amenities and information Maintaining a high standard of cleanliness of lobby and property Resolving guest issues and conflicts in a professional and timely manner Start Date: March 2023 Job Types: Full-time, Part-time Salary: $15.75/hr. Motel Durango, Jbutts@moteldurango.com
Durango Outdoor Exchange
is looking for a full-time or part-time Gear Specialist. Do you have -retail sales experience -gear knowledge -Saturday availability - self motivation - stoke for the outdoors? Come join the crew! Applications available on our website or swing by to meet with Jen, 3677 Main Ave.
Cash for Vehicles, Copper, Alum, Etc.
at RJ Metal Recycle. Also free appliance and other metal drop off. 970-259-3494.
Registered Australian Shepherd Puppies
Black tricolors ... $800. **Reserve your puppy for early summer ... call Laura @ 505-258-7894 ** References available.
Never Used TaoTronics 4k Action Camera
New and in the box. Comes with user guide and all accessories that came with it: waterproof housing, handlebar/pole mount, mounts, battery, tethers, protective back cover, USB cable and lens cleaning cloth. $50. J.firstname.lastname@example.org
Crusher Fat Bike - Now $425
2015 Sun Bicycle, 7 speed, in excellent cond. Barely ridden. Basket & kick stand. MSRP $530, now $425. 970-903-0005.
Gordon Smith FibreFlex Longboard
A classic – sweet, smooth ride for cushy cruising. Been around the block but still in great shape. 42” long. $50 Text: 970-749-2595.
Reruns Home Furnishings
Brighten up your indoor (and soon outdoor!) space with bistro sets, plant stands, side tables, mirrors, tables and cool corner cabinet. Looking to consign smaller furniture pieces … 572 E. 6th Ave. Open Mon.-Sat. 385-7336.
Stop Smoking/Break Bad Habits
Effortless! Relaxing! Get the results you want! Professional hypnosis with Susan Urban, (CHT, HA, TH). Use your own brain to make the positive changes you want in your life. Free phone consultation. 970-247-9617.
Marketing Small and Local Businesses
Media, website building and content editing, copywriting and editing, newsletters, blogs, etc. for small, local, independent or startup businesses. www.thesaltymedia.com or email email@example.com
Harmony Cleaning and Organizing
Residential, offices, commercial and vacation rentals, 970-403-6192.
Lowest Prices on Storage!
Inside/outside storage near Durango and Bayfield. 10-x-20, $130. Outside spots: $65, with discounts available. RJ Mini Storage. 970-259-3494.
30% Off Body Work, Tuesdays
Therapeutic deep tissue, cupping, and TENS treatment options. Located at the Community Wellness Center, 160 E. 12th St., Suite 1, Durango. Call to schedule w/ Dennis 970.403.5451
In-Home Fitness Training
Get fit in 2023! I come to you! All ages. Diane Brady NSCA-CPT. 970-903-2421
Lotus Path Healing Arts
Now accepting new clients. Offering a unique, intuitive fusion of Esalen massage, deep tissue & Acutonics, 24 years of experience. To schedule call Kathryn, 970-201-3373.
Massage by Meg Bush
LMT, 30, 60 & 90 min., 970-759-0199.
The Southwest Colorado Bar Association is awarding three scholarships to high school seniors from Archuleta, La Plata or San Juan, Colo., counties, or to home schoolers. Scholarship amount is $2,000 per student. Students may obtain applications from the counseling offices at their high school or at swcobar.org. Deadline to submit applications is April 14, 2023.
Sexuality Education Course for Grades 6 - 9
beginning March 26 and offered by the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Durango. Adapted from the Our Whole Lives (OWL) curriculum, this 10-class secular program provides accurate, developmentally appropriate information through a values-based and holistic approach. In a time when schools are reconsidering or discontinuing sexuality education programs, UUFD is proud to offer this course at no charge. There will be a required parent orientation on Sun., March 12, 4- 5:30 p.m. The course includes 10 Sunday workshops including a light dinner, and all materials. Registration is capped at 15 students. Course teachers are trained facilitators Anna Royer and Jeffrey Hamner, both with backgrounds working with local families and youth. For more info. or to register: uufd.breezechms.com/form/19b3bc29.
Nonprofit Board Training
The Community Foundation serving Southwest Colorado is hosting a three-part nonprofit board training to delve into best practices and professional development for a high-functioning, effective organization. Series will be a combination of two in-person and one online class. Classes will be held in Cortez, Durango and Pagosa Springs. The three sessions will take place the weeks of March 27, April 3 April 10. $60 for entire series, includes registration for one staff and one board member. For more information, visit www.swcommunityfoundation.org/nonprofit-resources/#upcoming
San Juan Mountain SOLES
Is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to inspire high school youth to lead healthy lives rooted in wild places, confident leadership and community engagement. Applications for 2023-24 programming are due by April 1. Learn more at: www.sanjuanmountainsoles.com/ or on Instagram @sanjuansoles
Are you the parent or caregiver
of a child 3 or under? Cafe Au Play offers a free, safe, enclosed, indoor and outdoor play area complete with toddler-friendly structures, 10 a.m. -1 p.m., Mon. – Fri., at Christ the King Lutheran Church. We also host a free Power Au Play from 10 a.m. -12 noon on the third Wednesday of each month at the Powerhouse Science Center.
Volunteer Advocates Needed
Do you want to make a difference in your community and the lives of others? Volunteer! Alternative Horizons is always in need of volunteers to staff our hotline. AH has been supporting and empowering survivors of domestic violence since 1978. Training and ongoing support provided. For more information call the office at 970-247-4374 or visit our website https://alternativehorizons.org/
Home to Home™ helps pets find new homes
The Farmington Animal Shelter has added a new tool to help Four Corners pet owners who can no longer keep their pets the opportunity to find new, loving homes without having to surrender them to the shelter. Pets can go from one home to another, which means less stress for animals and humans. In addition, this offers potential new owners the opportunity to communicate directly with the current owners, providing firsthand information about the animals. In addition to rehoming, the Home to Home™ foster network connects pet owners who are seeking temporary housing for their pet with people who can open up their homes and hearts to provide short-term care. Home To Home™ is a national program that is used among shelters and rescues across the United States. For info., go to home-home.org/shelter/ fmtnanimalshelter or call 505-599-1098.
Credit Union of Colorado Foundation is offering $5,000 college scholarships to 10 students around the state for the 2023/24 school year. Eligibility is for Colorado residents enrolled in, or scheduled to enter, an accredited college or university as an undergraduate taking at least 12 credit hours per semester. Applicants must have maintained a 3.5 grade-point average or higher in high school or during the previous 12 months as a college undergraduate. Students should also demonstrate an active commitment to volunteer activities and community service. For more information or to apply, visit cuofcofoundation.org/form/2023-2024-scholarship-applicatio. Deadline to apply is April 15, 2023.