Pagosa Springs Events Calendar



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Fri 5 SepChimney Rock Moon Viewing Plus Program

View the full moon at Chimney Rock though telescopes! This program includes an interactive discussion on the archaeoastronomy of Chimney Rock then focus will shift to deeper-sky objects. $10/adults and $5/child (age 5-16.) Program starts at 6:30 pm. Observing starts at 8:00 pm and ends at 9:30 pm.

 
Mon 8 SepChimney Rock Full Moon Program

Watch the full moon rise at the Great House Pueblo site, learn about the Ancestral Puebloans, archaeoastronomy theories, area geology, and enjoy Native American flute melodies The gate opens at 5:15pm. The program begins at 6:15pm. Reservations required. Tickets are $15. Add $5 for an early tour starting at 4:40pm.

 
Mon 8 SepNew Svaroopa Yoga class at Eco Living

Experience lasting freedom from pain, stress & chronic tension with Svaroopa® Yoga! Start to live a life filled with more energy and vitality, more flexibility and range of motion. Every Body Can Enjoy the Simple Poses, Refreshing Flexibility and Powerful Healing of Svaroopa® Yoga. Suitable for all ages and every body, discover Svaroopa® yoga’s supported poses and gentle breathing techniques designed to dissolve the deepest tensions in your body and quiet your mind.

 
Tue 9 SepACRW Meeting Features Brad Cochennet, Rebekah Brown

September 9 from Noon to 1:30pm the Archuleta County Republican Women’s meeting will be held at Nello’s Restaurant featuring two speakers. Brad Cochennet CEO Upper San Juan Health Services District, and Rebekah Brown from the Heritage Action group. $10.00 for one of three lunch selections. All are welcome.

 
Wed 10 SepPagosa Springs CDC Annual Membersí Meeting & Elections

The meeting, starting at 5:30 pm at the Quality Resort, is to elect four new Directors. The goal of the CDC is a diverse and vital economy for Pagosa Springs and Archuleta County. Please apply or nominate candidates. To find out more visit this website, or contact:  muriel.eason@pagosaspringscdc.org or call (970)946-1133 for more info.

 
Sat 13 SepDocWalk

Pagosa Springs Medical Center invites you to DocWalks — healthy strolls with your favorite health care professionals, 9am, the second Saturday of every month. Meet at the hospital entrance 95 S. Pagosa Blvd. For more information, email docwalks@psmedicalcenter.org

 
Wed 17 SepKids Kare Weekly Program

A free weekly program for little kids ages 3-5, beginning Wed. Sept. 17, 9:30 - 11:30 a.m at Pagosa Bible Church. For more information and to register, contact Frank or Connie Porter at 303-901-5290. (No Kids Kare when school is not in session.)

 
Sat 20 SepCelebration Concert with Peter Rowan and Yungchen Lhamo

On September 20 at 8pm, Tara Mandala Retreat Center will host Grammy Award winner and six-time Grammy nominee Peter Rowan and ARIA winner Yungchen Lhamo. For more information or to reserve your ticket, visit TMretreats.com

 
Mon 22 SepChimney Rock Night Sky Archaeoastronomy Program

Guests will learn about the naked-eye astronomy of the Ancestral Puebloans, the solar system and the universe, then drive to the upper mesa for night-sky viewing through telescopes. $10/adults and $5/child (ages 5-16.) The HWY 151 gate opens at 5:30 pm. Program starts at 6:00pm. Observing starts at 7:30pm.

 
Tue 23 SepChimney Rock Autumnal Equinox Sunrise Program

Start the fall season at Chimney Rock's Autumnal Equinox Sunrise Program, Tuesday, September 22nd. This 2 to 3 hour event provides two viewing locations. Gates open from 6:00am to 6:05am. Sunrise is at approximately 6:56 am. Tickets are $15. Reservations are required. For tickets call 970-883-5359 (9am-4pm daily.)

 
Sat 27 Sep - Sun 28 SepAlpaca Farm Days

Hummin' Heaven Ranch (11 miles south on 84, right at Mile Marker 17 (Darcie Place), right on Roberts to the end. Free opportunity to meet the alpacas, see the luxury fiber they produce and see the products made from the fiber.

 
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