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3rd Ave. Dance Co. presents ‘Love Letters’

Spotlight to Stardom hits stage
‘Deep Blue’ goes on screen at the Abbey Theatre

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Thursday13

El Centro de Muchos Colores offers free salsa dance lessons taught by professional dancers from Puerto Rico and Chile from 5-6 p.m. at 420 Berndt Hall. 247-7290 for details.

Durango Motorless Transit hosts a group trail run on the Smelter Repeater Loop at 6 p.m. Runners should meet at the trailhead at Bodo Park. 385-2664 for details.

The FLC Life-Long Learning lecture series continues with a panel discussion about the pros and cons of Referenda C & D at 7 p.m. in 130 Noble Hall. A panel of experts will discuss this critical public policy issue and its impact on the future of our region and state. 247-7401 for details.

The Wild Horse Saloon, 601 E. Second Ave., offers a Texas Hold ‘Em Poker Tournament with sign-ups at 7 p.m. 375-2568 for details.

The 8th Ave. Tavern, 509 E. 8th Ave., present 3-Ball Pool Tournament at 7 p.m. 259-8801 for details.

The Terry Rickard duo plays a show at Scoot ‘n Blues, 900 Main Ave., at 8 p.m. The J.S. Trio plays downstairs at the Sidecar Jazz Lounge at 7 p.m. 259-1400 for details.

Durango Joe’s, 732 E. College, presents Open Mic Night from 8:30-11 p.m. Sign-ups for music and poetry begin at 8:30 p.m. 375-2121 for details.

DJ Mateo spins music for ’80s NIght at the Lost Dog, 1150 Main Ave., at 9 p.m. 259-0430 for details.

DJ Vision spins music for Pint Night at Steamworks, 801 E. Second Ave., at 9:30 p.m. 259-9200 for details.

Friday14

The children’s café, P is for Peanut, 473 E College,

offers a Leaf Stained Glass workshop at 10 a.m. 385-4525 to register.

Jeff Strahan and the Brothers Mayhem bring their Texas blues back to Scoot ‘n Blues, 900 Main Ave., with appearances at 5:30 & 8:30 p.m. Teresa Ross and Actual Proof play the Sidecar Jazz Lounge from 8-11:30 p.m. 259-1400 for details.

Award-winning guitaristBrad Richter performs in the Artist in Residence series at 7 p.m. in Roshong Recital Hall at Fort Lewis College. Richter has won the National Flatpicking Championship and the Royal College of Music Guitar Competition. 247-7657 for details.

Climber and guide Dave Hahn presents images and commentary from his 1999 expedition to Everest in search of answers to fabled British climber George Mallory’s disappearance on the peak in 1924. The event takes place at 7 p.m. at the DoubleTree Hotel Ballroom and is a benefit for the local chapter of the American Red Cross. 259-5383 for details.

The 8th Ave Trio plays bluegrass and more at the 8th Ave. Tavern, 509 E. 8th Ave., at 7 p.m. 259-8801 for details.

DJ Shoe spins a contemporary club mix at the Lost Dog, 1150 Main Ave., at 9 p.m. 259-0430 for details.

C.C. Swing brings its country-rock back to the Wild Horse Saloon, 601 E. Second Ave., at 9 p.m. 375-2568 for details.

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Saturday15

Loretta Thompson holds a fiddle workshop using Celtic and old time styles at 10 a.m. at 2409 Delwood Ave. and peforms at 7 p.m. at the Rocky Mountain Retreat, 848 E. Third Ave. 375-1906 for details.

Kirtan, an evening of Eastern Indian inspirational

singing/chanting for the body, mind and soul, takes place at 5:30 p.m. in the Smiley Building’s Blue Heron Studio, 1309 E. Third Ave. 259-2110 for details.

The FLC Men’s Choir and Durango Women’s Choir perform “He and She” at 7 p.m. at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, 910 E. Third Ave. 247-7657 for details.

The 8th Ave. Tavern, 509 E. 8th Ave., hosts a “Karaoke Party” from 8 p.m. until close. 259-8801 for details.

Jeff Strahan and the Brothers Mayhem return to Scoot ‘n Blues, 900 Main Ave., at 8:30 p.m. Teresa Ross and Actual Proof play the Sidecar Jazz Lounge from 8-11:30 p.m. 259-1400 for details.

A surprise DJ spins music for Mountaintop Hip Hop at the Lost Dog, 1150 Main Ave., at 9 p.m. 259-0430 for details.

C.C. Swing plays a second show at the Wild Horse Saloon, 601 E. Second Ave., at 9 p.m. 375-2568 for details.

Nucleus, a jam band from Arcata, Calif., returns to Durango with a 10 p.m. show at Summit, 600 Main Ave. 247-2324 for details.

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Sunday16

Friends of Canyons of the Ancients National Monument hosts its first on-the-ground volunteer event from 8 a.m.-3 p.m.  Volunteers will help complete a backfilling project at an archaeological site on Cannonball Mesa. 759-1170 for details.

The La Plata Democrats sponsor a Wine, Women and Politics event from 1-3 p.m. at Blue Lake Ranch near Hesperus. Special guests include Alice Madden, House Majority Leader; Pat Waak, Chair of Colorado’s Democratic Party; and Durango city Councilors Virginia Castro and Renee Parsons. 259-9503 to RSVP.

Terry Rickard plays acoustic guitar and piano at El Patio, 600 Main Ave., at 4 p.m.

Singer-songwriter Tim Guidotti plays the Lost Dog, 1150 Main Ave., from 6-10 p.m. 259-0430 for details.

“Four Corners Sound Relief - Rebuilding the Gulf,” a series of relief concerts for Hurricane Katrina, kick off at 8 p.m. at Scoot ‘n Blues, 900 Main Ave., with a show from Ralph Dinosaur. Singer-songwriter Terry Rickard plays the benefit downstairs in the Sidecar Jazz Lounge at 6 p.m. 259-1400 for details.

Pongas hosts free pool after 6 p.m. at 121 W. 8th St. 382-8554 for details.

The Alexander Murray Faculty Recital Series continues with a performance by Linda Mack (soprano), Rochelle Mann (flute) and C. Scott Hagler (organ) at 7

The 8th Ave. Tavern, 509 E. 8th Ave., hosts a “Karaoke Party” from 8 p.m. until close. 259-8801 for details.

Jeff Strahan and the Brothers Mayhem return to Scoot ‘n Blues, 900 Main Ave., at 8:30 p.m. Teresa Ross and Actual Proof play the Sidecar Jazz Lounge from 8-11:30 p.m. 259-1400 for details.

A surprise DJ spins music for Mountaintop Hip Hop at the Lost Dog, 1150 Main Ave., at 9 p.m. 259-0430 for details.

C.C. Swing plays a second show at the Wild Horse Saloon, 601 E. Second Ave., at 9 p.m. 375-2568 for details.

Nucleus, a jam band from Arcata, Calif., returns to Durango with a 10 p.m. show at Summit, 600 Main Ave. 247-2324 for details.

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Sunday16

Friends of Canyons of the Ancients National Monument hosts its first on-the-ground volunteer event from 8 a.m.-3 p.m.  Volunteers will help complete a backfilling project at an archaeological site on Cannonball Mesa. 759-1170 for details.

The La Plata Democrats sponsor a Wine, Women and Politics event from 1-3 p.m. at Blue Lake Ranch near Hesperus. Special guests include Alice Madden, House Majority Leader; Pat Waak, Chair of Colorado’s Democratic Party; and Durango city Councilors Virginia Castro and Renee Parsons. 259-9503 to RSVP.

Terry Rickard plays acoustic guitar and piano at El Patio, 600 Main Ave., at 4 p.m.

Singer-songwriter Tim Guidotti plays the Lost Dog, 1150 Main Ave., from 6-10 p.m. 259-0430 for details.

“Four Corners Sound Relief - Rebuilding the Gulf,” a series of relief concerts for Hurricane Katrina, kick off at 8 p.m. at Scoot ‘n Blues, 900 Main Ave., with a show from Ralph Dinosaur. Singer-songwriter Terry Rickard plays the benefit downstairs in the Sidecar Jazz Lounge at 6 p.m. 259-1400 for details.

Pongas hosts free pool after 6 p.m. at 121 W. 8th St. 382-8554 for details.

The Alexander Murray Faculty Recital Series continues with a performance by Linda Mack (soprano), Rochelle Mann (flute) and C. Scott Hagler (organ) at 7 p.m. at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, 910 E. Third Ave. 247-7657 for details.

The Blue Moon Ramblers play free bluegrass at the Diamond Belle Saloon, 699 Main Ave., at 7 p.m. 375-7150 for details.

The 8th Ave. Tavern, 509 E. 8th Ave., hosts a “Karaoke Party” from 8 p.m. until close. 259-8801 for details.

California’s Crown City Rockers bring their genre-blending hip-hop to the Abbey Theatre, 128 E. College. Doors open at 9:30 p.m. 946-9216 for details.

Monday17

The Chimney Rock Archeological Area presents its Full Moon Program and Native American flute melodies from Charles Martinez beginning at 5 p.m. 264-2287 to register.

  

Roger Clark, Air and Energy Program Director for the Grand Canyon Trust, presents “Clean Energy for the Colorado Plateau” from 5:30-7 p.m. at the La Plata County Fairgrounds. Clark’s presentation will highlight the Trust’s efforts over the last two decades with respect to existing and proposed coal-fired plants. 247-9621 for details.

The Women’s Resource Center’s Chick Flick Night returns to the Abbey Theatre, 128 E. College, with a screening of the Reese Witherspoon film, “Vanity Fair.” The evening begins with socializing and free pizza at 5:30 p.m. 385-1711 for details.

Durango Nature Studies offers “Hiking the Hunters Moon” from 6-8 p.m. on the Purgatory Flats trail. Local artist and naturalist Lorraine Trenholm will teach participants about astronomy, local ecology and nighttime senses. 382-9244 to register.

A public forum on FLC’s five-year strategic plan will take place at 6:30 p.m. at the Durango Community Recreation Center, 2700 Main Ave. This “town-hall” forum will give the public a chance to provide feedback.

Candidates for the Bayfield School Board, Valerie Borge, Barbara Wickman, Scott Kujuth and Brenda Yarina, address a Public Forum at 7 p.m. at the Bayfield Middle School.

The Chills play the Lost Dog, 1150 Main Ave., beginning at 8:30 p.m. 259-0430 for details.

Pongas, 121 E. Eighth St., hosts a 9-ball pool tournament at 7 p.m. 382-8554 for details.

The 8th Ave. Tavern, 509 E. 8th Ave., presents an arm wrestling tournament at 7 p.m. 259-8801 for details.

Tuesday18

The children’s café, P is for Peanut, 473 E College, offers storytime at 11 a.m. 385-4525 to register.

El Centro de Muchos Colores offers free salsa dance lessons taught by professional dancers from Puerto Rico and Chile from 5-6 p.m. at 420 Berndt Hall. 247-7290 for details.

Maria’s Bookshop, 960 Main Ave., hosts a 6 p.m. kick-off celebration for the national release of the new youth soccer book, The Baffled Parent’s Guide to Coaching 6-and-Under Soccer. On hand will be local authors, David Williams and Scott Graham, photographer Jerry McBride, and the 25 Durango youth soccer players featured in the book. 247-1438 for details.

The Summit, 600 Main Ave., presents open mic night from 7 p.m.-midnight. 247-2324 for details.

Singer-songwriter Tim Sullivan plays a free acoustic show at the Office Spiritorium, 699 Main Ave., at 7 p.m. 375-7260 for details.

Tuesday Trivia takes place at Lady Falconburgh’s, 640 Main Ave., at 8 p.m. 382-9664.

Scoot ‘n Blues, 900 Main Ave., presents The Legends of Karaoke with Steve Taylor beginning at 8 p.m. Thom Rader plays the Sidecar Jazz Lounge at 7 p.m.  259-1400 for details.

Singer songwriter Terry Rickard plays a solo show at J.Bo’s, 1301 Florida Rd., at 8:30 p.m. 259-0010 for details.

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Wednesday19

The Durango Chamber of Commerce’s Lunch and Learn returns to the Bank of Colorado, 1199 Main Ave., at noon. This month’s topic is “The Seven Deadly Sins of Entrepreneurs” and includes beneficial information for business owners. 247-0312 to register.

Junior Wheel Club meets at 4 p.m. in front of the Durango Recreation Center. Mountain bike riders ages 10-18 are welcome to ride with Chad Cheney, Sarah Tescher and other locals. 247-8355 for details.

Red Cliff School, an independent, private middle school offering small class size and an accelerated curriculum, holds an informational meeting at 6 p.m. in room #23 of the Smiley Building, 1309 E. Third Ave. The school is currently accepting applications for the 2006-07 school year. 749-7333 for details.

Candidates for the Durango 9-R Board of Education, Melissa Youssef, Mike Matheson, Joe Goulet, Chris Paulson, Jeff Schell and Irene Barry, address a public forum from 7-9 p.m. in the School Administration Board Room, 201 E. 12th St.

The Fort Lewis College band and choir performs their fall concert at 7 p.m. in the Community Concert Hall. 247-7657 for details.

The film “Unlocking the Mystery of Life” will be screened from 7-9 p.m. at the Durango Recreation Center, 2700 Main Ave. A panel discussion about Darwin and Intelligent Design will follow the screening. 505-270-8753 for details.

The Global Warming Lecture Series continues with Dave Wegner, president and founder of Ecosystem Management International, examining “Ocean Dynamics and Climate Change: Implications to the Fisheries and Salmon Populations” at 7 p.m. in 125 Noble Hall. 247-7676 for details.

Singer-songwriter Terry Rickard performs a free acoustic show at the Office Spiritorium, 699 Main Ave., at 7 p.m. 375-7260 for details.

The Joel Rachef Duo plays College Night at the 4

8th Ave. Tavern, 509 E. 8th Ave., at 7 p.m. 259-8801 for details.

Rambling songwriter James Patterson plays Carver Brewing Co., 1002 Main Ave., at 8 p.m. 259-2545 for details.

The Lost Dog, 1150 Main Ave., presents ’70s Retro Night with DJs Tim & Johnny at 9 p.m. 259-0430 for details

Joel’s, 119 W. 8th St., hosts “Underground Lounge” with DJ Claytanik spinning music for Ladies Night. 385-0430 for details.

Local favorites Freewill Recovery rock out at the Summit, 600 Main Ave., at 9:30 p.m. 247-2324 for details.

 

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Ongoing

The Abbey Theatre, 128 E. College, screens “Darwin’s Nightmare,” an artful, uncompromising documentary on the effects of globalization, beginning Oct. 14. The film begins with the introduction of the Nile Perch into Africa’s Lake Victoria in the 1960s. The fish wiped out nearly the entire native fish species and multiplied so fast, that its fillets are currently exported all around the world. When the fish is exported, Kalashnikovs and munitions are left in its place. The introduction has led to a booming multinational industry of fish and weapons. The film shows most nights at 3:30, 6 & 8:30 p.m. 385-1711 for details.

The Fort Lewis College Exit Gallery exhibits the show, “Reality and Transformation,” by artist Sequoia Sarah Gordon through Oct. 21. The exhibit is the first one-woman show by this artist in the Durango area and features mixed-media paintings, blending past with present and tradition with novelty. An opening reception for “Reality and Transformation” takes place on Fri., Oct. 14, from 5-7 p.m. 247-7167 for details.

The fifth annual David Hunt Ceramics Invitational exhibition and sale takes place through Oct. 26 in the Fort Lewis Art Gallery. Fifteen Fort Lewis alumni and local artists will participate, including Luann Andrew, Leon Arledge, Boots Brown, Milton Beens, Trevor Dunn, Adam Field, Chyako Hashimoto, Peter Karner, Louden Kiracofe, Cindy McNealy, Lorna Meaden, Scott and Kay Roberts, Jennifer Neff and Lisa Pedolsky. 247-7167 for details.

The Open Shutter Gallery, 755 E. Second Ave., presents “On this Earth,” an exhibit of portraits of East African wild animals by photographer Nick Brandt, through Nov. 30. The show portrays the animals with an intimacy and elegance in their natural state of being without the use of a telephoto lens. Brandt has had solo exhibitions in many major cities around the world, and his work is sold in limited editions of 35. 382-8355 for details.

The REACH (Resource, Enrichment, & Academic Choices) Program for independent learners in Bayfield offers enrichment classes to any K-12 students in the area. For the month of October, REACH classes include: Drumming & Rhythm, Group Guitar and Pottery Creations. 884-3259 for details.

The Children’s Museum, 802 E. Second Ave., hosts the exhibit, “Now You’re in Their World.” In the exhibit, children of all ages will have an opportunity to use their sensory, thinking, physical and imaginative skills to interact with the creatures of long ago. There will be many hands-on activities, fine motor and gross motor fun, “Dinosaur Ridge” and extinction dioramas. The museum also will feature dinosaur materials from other regional museums. 259-9234 for details.

Karyn Gabaldon Fine Arts, 680 Main Ave. “on the corner,” presents “Ideas and Images,” watercolors from Durango artist Susan Tait through the end of October. 247-9018 for details.

The Center of Southwest Studies presents “Circle of Spirit: Navajo and Tibetan Wisdom for Living” through Oct. 21.  The new exhibit was produced by the Center of Southwest Studies’ Exhibition Committee in conjunction with Peter Gold, author of Circle of the Spirit: Navajo and Tibetan Sacred Wisdom, and other project partners. 247-7456 for details.

Durango BMX, located off Camino del Rio just south of Handlebar Cycles, hosts gate practices every Thursday from 5:30 p.m. to dusk; races every Sunday with sign-ups from 1-2 p.m.; and Todd Burdick BMX clinics on Tuesdays at 5:30 p.m. www.durangobmx.com for details.

Molly Kaufmann plays ragtime piano at the Diamond Belle Saloon, 699 Main Ave., every night except Sunday at 5 p.m. 375-7150 for details.

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Upcoming

“Four Corners Sound Relief - Rebuilding the Gulf,” a series of relief concerts, are scheduled for Oct. 20, 22 & 29 and will feature acts like The Badly Bent, John Garza, Kirk James, Formula 151, Woodwork, D.O.R.K. and Tim Sullivan. www.durangoconcerts.com for details.

Formula 151 will play a FLC/Durango Rotaract Club dance and concert on Oct. 20 at First National Bank of Durango.

Bill Hatcher, a regular contributor to National Geographic and Outside Magazine, will address the Durango Photography Club on Oct. 20. 259-6808 for details.

The Heartlight Wholistic Health Center screens “What the Bleep Do We Know” on Oct. 20.

The new Matchstick Productions ski movie, “The Hit List,” will screen at the Abbey Theatre on Oct. 21.

Legendary fiddler Mark O’Connor returns to the Community Concert Hall with his Hot Swing Tribute on Oct. 21.

El Centro de Muchos Colores will host the dance celebration, “Fiesta De Noche,” on Oct. 21 at Fort Lewis College.

Drag the River returns to Durango with an Oct. 22 show at the Summit.

The National Organization for Women (NOW) hosts an “educated voter” meeting on Oct. 25.

Submissions for the Center of Southwest Studies’ 3rd annual juried show of fine art and documentary photography will be accepted Oct. 26, 27, 28 & 31. Selected photographs will be exhibited beginning Nov. 4. 247-7456 for details.

Durango Acoustic Music brings The Motet back to Durango for a show at the Abbey Theatre on Oct. 27.

The Critical Mass Halloween Ride takes place on Oct. 28. The Abbey Theatre will screen a Critical Mass film in conjunction with the ride.

“Sip to ‘Soup-port’ for United Way,” a New Orleans-style fund-raiser for local United Way charities takes place on Oct. 28 at the First National Band of Durango.

Durango Parks and Recreation will host a Halloween Carnival in the Aquatics Center of the Community Recreation Center on Oct. 29.

An all-ages show featuring I Am The Ocean from Salt Lake City and local bands, History Of and Arvella takes place on Oct. 29 at Fort Lewis.

A free past lives, dreams and soul travel workshop will be held on Oct. 29 at Fort Lewis College.

A Boot Camp for New Dads workshop is scheduled for Oct. 29. 247-5960 for details.

DJ Brian Ess spins for the KDUR Hallowen Party on Oct. 29 at the Abbey Theatre.

Freewill Recovery and Friends play the Abbey Theatre’s Halloween party on Oct. 31.

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3rd Ave. Dance Co. presents ‘Love Letters’
What: The company’s annual performance
Where: The Smiley Theater, 1309 E. Third Ave.
When: Oct. 14, 15 and 21, 22 at 7:30 p.m.

An annual rite returns to the Smiley Theater beginning this Friday. The 3rd Ave. Dance Co. presents “Love Letters” on Oct. 14, 15, 22 & 23. This fifth anniversary performance is an evening of dance, showcasing a variety of dance styles including jazz, modern and musical theater dance, and incorporates a wide range of thematic content.

For “Love Letters,” the 3rd Ave. Dance Co. will premiere commissioned works by three guest choreographers. Sandi Scheuber, president of CDFA in California, offers a light

and lively jazz piece; Janice Garrett, artistic director of Janice Garrett & Dancers in San Francisco, provides an athletic contemporary dance; and Anne Bartlett, CU graduate and Durango native, offers a thought-provoking gestural piece. Company choreographers Suzy DiSanto and Lisa Bodwalk round out the evening with a series of short comic movement vignettes based on “love letters” (he loves me! he loves me not. he loves me?) and two re-staged musical-theatre pieces. A piece entitled, “Luscious Chutney,” by Nancy Cranbourne of Boulder is also back by popular demand. The eclectic mix of dances truly offers something for everyone, according to the company. “Love Letters” plays for the next two Fridays and Saturdays at the Smiley Theater at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are available at the Durango Arts Center, the Dance Center and Maria’s Bookshop.

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Spotlight to Stardom hits stage
What: The Community Concert Hall’s annual talent search
Where: The Community Concert Hall at Fort Lewis College
When: Saturday, Oct. 15, at 6 p.m.

What could be the Community Concert Hall’s best show of the year is set for this Saturday. “Spotlight to Stardom 2005,” the official Four Corners Talent Search, returns to Durango’s grandest venue on Oct. 15. The event is a fund-raiser for the not-for-profit concert hall at Fort Lewis College.

When the curtain goes up, 19 Southwest Colorado performing artists will compete for cash prizes, notoriety and the opportunity to further their performing arts careers. Local singer/songwriter Tim Sullivan will serve as master of ceremonies.

Judges Rodney Smith, of Denver Performing Arts

Complex, East Coast stage performer Maureen Kerrigan and local Grammy-award winning producer Thomas MacCluskey will be looking for the most talented performers. Acts will also be evaluated for professionalism, stage presence and “audience appeal.”

”That’s why we need a full house of folks ready to cheer on their favorite acts,” said Gary Penington, Concert Hall managing director. “This is truly a community event and designed to put the ‘community,’ back in ‘Community Concert Hall.’”

The top three winners in each division will receive cash prizes - $1,000, $500 and $250 for the adults, and $500, $250 and $125 for the youths. All artists also will have the opportunity to participate in a post-show “meet and greet” reception with the judges and will be eligible to perform as the opening act for up-coming Community Concert Hall shows. Doors to the show open at 6 p.m.

For more information on Spotlight to Stardom, call 247-7657 or log onto www.durangoconcerts.com.

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‘Deep Blue’ goes on screen at the Abbey Theatre
What: A benefit screening of the acclaimed film  
Where: The Abbey Theatre, 128 E. College
When: Thurs., Oct. 13, at 5:30 & 7 p.m.

The ocean goes on screen at the Abbey Theatre this Thursday. On Oct. 13, Durango Nature Studies and the Abbey present a one-night-only screening of the film, “Deep Blue: A Natural History of the Oceans.”

Hailed as “a visual feast” by National Geographic and “a remarkable, jaw-dropping experience” by the Miami Herald, “Deep Blue” is an epic, emotion-filled voyage through the last great frontier on earth – the ocean. Diving into this unexplored liquid space, “Deep Blue” takes audiences to awesome realms where humans, and especially cameras, have rarely dared to go. The result is a visual and musical event that viscerally evokes the wonder, power and drama of the deep blue sea. Screenings will take place at 5:30 & 7 p.m., and a special nature presentation will precede each screening. All proceeds benefit Durango Nature Studies and support nature education in our community. Call 382-9244 for more information.

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