Pagosa Springs Events Calendar



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Sat 5 AprIGW Pediatric Cancer Craft Fair

The IGWPCF will be hosting its first Semi-Annual Craft Fair on Saturday, April 5 at the Summit Church 180 gym in Farmington, NM. The doors will be open from 9am to 3pm & the Summit youth group will be providing a concession for the duration of the event. The only place to be treated for pediatric cancer in the state of New Mexico is located in Albuquerque. Many families are often forced to relocate or travel for long periods of time, often years, to receive treatment and go from 2 income families to single income families. Our Non-profit focuses on supporting these families and so all of the proceeds raised at this event will go to help raise awareness and support for families with children who are fighting cancer. Booths are still available and information on them can be found on Facebook or on our website: www.ourlaboroflove.org We hope to see you there!

 
Mon 7 AprLuminosity Talks - 'Reconnective Healing'

3-5pm PLPOA clubhouse "Reconnective Healing" Shirlee Shrum, In Reconnective healing you become more intrinsically aware of the universal intelligence that created all life forms. Next, how to tune into and access the healing frequencies of this intelligence, from both inside and out and transform your life. Info 903-5516

 
Tue 8 AprMeet PAWSD Candidates at ACRW Monthly Meeting

Five candidates for the PAWSD board will give presentations at the Archuleta County Republican Women (ACRW) meeting April 8 from noon to 1:30pm at Nello's Restaurant. Guests can choose from three items for a $10.00 lunch. Everyone is welcome. Call 731-6336 for more information.

 
Thu 10 Apr - Sat 12 AprDirk & Colt Ross Memorial Basketball Tournament

19th Annual Dirk & Colt Ross Memorial Basketball Tournament.  The tournament is a non-profit fundraiser for local High School scholarships.  Games will be played daily Thursday, Friday, and Saturday.  Pagosa Springs Junior and High School gyms. 5pm-10pm.  Please call Troy at (970) 946-5265 for more information.
 

 
Sat 12 AprLEAVE NO TRACE Awareness Workshop

This Leave No Trace Workshop is designed to introduce outdoor ethics in a playful, yet educational environment. Workshop participants will learn the seven principles and participate in several activities that promote the concepts. Date: April 12, 2014 Time: 8:30 am – 11:30 am Price Per Person: $10 – course limit of eight. This course follows LNT training guidelines. To Reserve Your Space: Click Here.

 
Sat 12 AprFree Svaroopa Yoga Class

Free Svaroopa Yoga Class at Eco Living on April 12, 11:00 - 12:30 at Eco Living studio, 280 Pagosa St.  If you have stress, aching muscles, a busy racing mind, or simply want a deeper experience, this yoga class is perfect for you! You will experience immediate improvement. The problems you bring begin to disappear before your class ends. Your aches and pains are reduced, the pressures you face are less overwhelming and you get some bounce back in your step. It all starts with deep relaxation and yoga breathing. Pre-registration recommended.

 
Mon 14 AprLuminosity Talks - 'Living Life In The KNOW, Connecting the Dots'

3-5pm PLPOA clubhouse - Elizabeth Heard - speaker So much of feeling stuck or held back from our fullest creative potential is in not catching the connection between the blessings (those things we call trauma and growth). A way to develop faith in quantum knowing is time-lining occurrences and listing the new human skill set/talents/blessings that sprang from them. Info 903-5516

 
Fri 18 AprCitizen Science Brigade Kickoff 2014

Forest Health is a term we hear a lot about these days. We hear it in relation to bugs and wildfire and water quality. But what does it mean to have a healthy forest and how do we know if a forest is healthy? San Juan Headwaters Forest Health Partnership and Mountain Studies Institute will be offering opportunities to learn about and measure forest health throughout the summer. The Citizen Science Brigade will have a kick off meeting on April 18, 5:30 to 7:00pm, at the Ross Aragon Community Center in Pagosa Springs. We will talk about what we found in previous monitoring of Cloman, what monitoring means and the activities it includes, and what we have planned.  Register at this website.

 
Mon 21 AprLuminosity Talks - 'How Vibrational Essences Work'

3-5pm PLPOA clubhouse - Karl Giepieroth - speaker. I will help you understand what the differences are between Essential Oils, Homeopathy, Flower, Gemstone and Spiritual Vibrational Essences. How the vibrations come in, techniques of energizing, and the criteria for quality, that helps one to chose from the wide market. I will bring a medical device called AuraMed System. Info 903-5516

 
Mon 21 Apr - Sat 26 AprFree Recycling During Earth Week

All week -- Recycle free at County Transfer Station or At Your Disposal, 631 South 10th St.; 4:30 to 6 p.m.  Print your own logo at old City Market parking lot or see Composting Demo at County Extension site. See individual dates for more events!

 
Tue 22 AprEarth Day - 5K Trash Walk

Join Step Outdoors and SOS for a 5K Trash Walk on April 22. We will meet at the PLPOA Clubhouse at 4:30pm. Wear comfortable clothes, close-toed shoes and bring a pair of gloves. Bags, water and snacks will be provided. Please call Stacy to confirm your attendance: 970.946.5001.

 
Tue 22 AprEarth Day in Pagosa Springs

12-3 p.m. Spider Plant giveaway at Pagosa Baking Co. 4-5:30 p.m. Make It, grades 7-12, Ruby Sisson Library, make CD-case photo cubes 4:30-6 p.m. 5k Trash Walk, meet at Pagosa Lakes Recreation Center

 
Wed 23 AprMeet PAWSD Candidate Dave West

On April 23 from 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm Dave West will be at the Pagosa Lakes HOA facility to answer your questions and share his ideas for helping solve some of the more vexing problems encountered by PAWSD. The purpose is only to help you make an informed choice on election day. For directions to PLHOA facility please call 731-5635.

 
Wed 23 AprEarth Day in Pagosa Springs

9-10:30 a.m.– Adopt-A-Highway trash pick-up, meet @ PUUF Greenbriar Plaza, Unit B-15 4:30 p.m.- Meet Mother Nature’s Birds & scavenger hunt, meet @ the gazebo in Centennial Park, bring binoculars & bird book

 
Thu 24 Apr - Sat 26 AprThird Annual Recycled Arts Show

Join Habitat for Humanity of Archuleta County as we host our Third Annual Recycled Arts Show April 24, 25, and 26 next to the old City Market and Dorothy’s Restaurant in downtown Pagosa Springs.  Preview the artwork made from mostly recycled, reclaimed or found materials and from a variety of artists on Thursday, April 24 from noon-6:00pm.  Entrance is free with donations accepted.  On April 25, join your friends from 6:00-9:00pm for the Gallery Opening and Meet the Artists Event.  All artwork will be for sale with a percentage of the proceeds to benefit your local Habitat for Humanity.  Call the Habitat office at 970-264-6960 for more information.

 
Thu 24 AprEarth Day in Pagosa Springs

12– 6 p.m. Recycled Art Show by Habitat for Humanity, Preview – Free admission, Former City Market

 
Fri 25 AprEarth Day in Pagosa Springs

12:30-5 p.m. – Open House at Growing Spaces, 4 growing domes, Photovoltaic System, Solar Hot Box, Solar-powered forklift 6–9 p.m. - Recycled Art Show Silent Auction, Former City Market, hors d’oeuvres, music, spirits; $ 25 admission

 
Sat 26 AprEarth Day in Pagosa Springs

8:30 a.m.- Meet Mother Nature’s Birds & scavenger hunt, meet @ Vista Lake on Port Ave., bring binoculars & bird book (Weminuche Audubon) 9 a.m.- 2 p.m.- Recycle/Reuse Rummage Sale, Eastside Market, East Pagosa Street 10 a.m. - Tree planting at Yamiguchi Park with the Town of Pagosa Springs 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Recycled Art Show at Former City Market Complex, free admission 3– 5 p.m. - Colorado environmental film GrowthBusters, Sisson Library 6- 9 p.m. Community Potluck, music, family fun, Pagosa Springs Youth Center

 
Sun 27 Apr - Sat 10 MayLearn to Meditate Series

Learn to meditate in a 3 week series, perfect for beginners, suitable as a new approach for experienced meditators. : April 27, May 4 & May 10, 4-6 pm. Meditation will make you more grounded, present and centered. It will quiet your mind, increase your joy, clarity, energy, and contentment, and reduce your pain and stress. Cost for series $75. Save $10 when you prepay by April 20.

 
Mon 28 AprLuminosity Talks - 'Open Discussion'

3-5pm PLPOA clubhouse. We are a positive intention group whose natural focus is spiritual wisdom and how it is lived, including a new earth and new way of living that is in harmony with the planet and each other. Speaker topics range from Spirituality,Metaphysics, Spirituality, natural health, energy and frequency medicine, alternative films, organic gardening, crystals, and more Call 970-903-5516 to be on the email list.

 
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