Pagosa Springs Events Calendar

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Thu 2 OctShred It Event

Protect your identity and "Shred It". The CSU Extension Office in Archuleta County is sponsoring this "Shred It" event. Bring 3 boxes of your personal papers to the downtown Citizens Bank Parking lot and watch as your papers are shredded! The fee is $5 a box and all precedes go to support our local 4-H program. 703 San Juan, Pagosa Springs , CO 81147. 3:00pm to 5:00 pm. 970-264-5931

Sat 4 OctRockin' to the Chimneys

A charity event to raise monies in support of educational programing and the Educational Initiative at Chimney Rock Interpretive Association. 5pm.  Pagosa Lakes Property Owners Association Clubhouse, 230 Port Avenue. (970) 731-7133.

Sat 4 OctYouth Cheerleading Clinic

PSHS Youth Cheer Clinic. Ages 5-13 Location: PSHS Commons Kids will learn game cheers and perform halftime routine during October 10 football game. Pre-registration cost: $35. Includes t-shirt and entry to football game. Registration forms at PSHS, PSMS and PSES Main Offices. After September 29, Late Registration $45.  More info: Coach Jen Tuggle,

Sat 4 OctFree Forest Health Walk & BBQ

Free Forest Health Walk and Community BBQ, October 4 noon to 5pm.Join San Juan Headwaters Forest Health Partnership for a Forest Health Walk from 12-1:30 led by Steve Hartvigsen of the US Forest Service followed by forest health demonstrations from 1:30-3:00 and a community BBQ starting at 3.  Meet at Reservoir Hill.  Visit or contact Aaron Kimple at 970-422-5040 for more information.

Wed 8 OctChimney Rock Full Moon Program

The full moon program occurs against the backdrop of the Great House Pueblo at the top of Chimney Rock Mesa on Highway 151. A speaker tells the story of the Ancient Puebloans and their likely relationship with the moon, sun, and stars. Watch the full moon rise over the eastern mountain peaks to the music of a Native American flute. The program lasts approximately 4 hours including check-in, driving to the mesa top, and walking to the site. The hike to the Great House Pueblo is short but moderately strenuous and not appropriate for those with mobility impairment or children under 12 years old. Gate open: 4:00-5:30p.m. Program: 6:00p.m. Moonrise: 7:00p.m. Early/Lower Tour: 4:00p.m. Cost: $15 per person plus a booking fee and is non-refundable.

Fri 10 Oct - Sun 2 NovRegional Premiere of 'Misterman' at PSCA

Thingamajig Theatre Company is pleased to present the regional premiere of ‘Misterman’ at he Pagosa Springs Center for the Arts from October 10 through November 2. “Misterman” features the voice work of Academy Award-winning actress Olympia Dukakis and critically acclaimed actor Craig MacArthur (“Red,” “A Steady Rain,” “Good People”) and is directed by Melissa Firlit (last season’s “Red”). Mature Audience Advisory. “A seductive and terrifying portrait of a luminous madness that dares you not to look away.” Tickets and information visit or call 731-SHOW (7469).

Sat 11 OctLittle Black Dress Affair...Ship Ahoy!

5pm.  Sail away on the Seeds of Learning Cruise for ladies only. Reserve your table for a dressy night out with your best girlfriends and enjoy terrific food, creative auction items and great entertainment - all while helping raise needed funds to support the education of our Pagosa toddlers. Ross Aragon Community Center, down the street from the Springs Resort on Hot Springs Blvd.  970-264-5513.

Sat 11 Oct - Sun 12 OctPagosa MAKERS Expo & Tour

The 2nd annual Pagosa MAKERS Expo & Tour is set for Oct 11 & 12. A hybrid between a studio tour and a MAKERS expo, it is a fun and interactive maze of exhibits, displays and demonstrations by those in Archuleta County who make stuff, create objects, design things, invent gadgets and concoct things.  Representing 93 MAKERS, the Pagosa MAKERS Expo & Tour will have 31 booths at expo venues and 20 tour locations. The Expo portion of the event will be held at SHY RABBIT Contemporary Arts and the Pagosa Springs Center for the Arts.  The Tour portion of the event will include MAKERS with their own studio or workshop, or commercial businesses that feature local MAKERS.

Sun 12 OctFall Fiddle Fiesta

This Sunday in Town Park from 1:00-4:00 p.m., the 10th annual Fall Fiddle Fiesta. Bring any portable instrument and jam with the string students of instructor Kate Kelley. Call Kate at 970/507-1068 for more information.

Mon 13 OctWorkshop: How to Practice to Get GREAT Results

Monday evening at Strings in Pagosa's studio 468 1/2 Lewis St.  Come learn how you can make the most of your practicing time to fast-forward your progress as a musician. Registration is $3 for students. Parents are encouraged to attend at no charge. 6:30-7:30 p.m. Call Kate Kelley at 970/507-1086 for more information.

Tue 14 OctThree Candidates to speak at ACRW Meeting

US Rep. Scott Tipton, candidate for re-election in Congressional District 3; J Paul Brown, candidate for Colorado House District 59; and Archuleta County Commissioner candidate for 3rd District, Ray Lattin, will be the featured speakers at the October 14 ACRW meeting. Time is noon to 1:30pm at Nello's Bistro with a selection of $10.00 lunch items offered. Call 731-6336 for information. All welcome.

Fri 17 Oct - Sat 18 OctChamber Sponsored E-Cycle Event

The Archuleta County Solid Waste Fund, in conjunction with the Pagosa Chamber of Commerce, is hosting the annual "E-Cycle Event" to recycle and dispose of computers, electronics, office equipment, and similar materials in an environmentally conscious manner.  The event takes place at the County Transfer Station on Trujillo Road. Friday October 17 from noon-4pm. Saturday October 18 from 10am-noon.


Mon 20 Oct - Thu 1 JanPower Yoga/Pilates, Tai Chi, Rhythm & Motion Dance

Tuesday through Friday at the Vista Clubhouse, 230 Port Avenue. These are ongoing classes from 9AM to 11AM. Call Helena at 731-5529 for further details and current schedule for exact time of each activity.

Fri 31 OctHalloween Show at Coyote Moon with The Brooks-i Band

The place to be in Pagosa this Halloween is the Coyote Moon Bar and Grill. There will be a costume contest, huge cash prizes, and drink specials all night long. Spooky party dance music will be provided by The Brooks-i Band. Music starts at 9:00 pm.

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