The Telegraph accepts classified advertising anytime prior to Tuesday at noon. Ads are a total bargain at $5 for 25 words or less and 20 cents for each additional word. Ads can be submitted via email), fax (970-259-0448) or in person (534 Main Ave, Durango). Prepayment is requested on all classifieds.

Chiropractic/Office Manager
Are you a motivated, health-focused person who would love to serve others in a wellness center? Do you have excellent communication, clerical and computer skills? Part-time Mon-Thurs. 2-6 p.m. 14-16 hours. Long-term position! Excellent benefits! Send resume to: Dr. Robert Fitts, 117-C CR 250, Durango, CO 81301.
City Girl
needs mentor/tutor/instructor to learn the outdoor life. I’m green and a weiner, but want to learn snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, hiking, backpacking, camping, fishing, biking, kayaking and how to RELAX with the wildlife and the weather. E-mail Julie at
Writing Internship
If you would like to write articles about local topics and have them published online, we’d like to talk to you! Please see site for more information or call 259-9915.
Nanny Needed
Durango, past experience with infants, CPR, references, background check required. 259-0494.
Job Hunters,
Temp or perm have depended on Uni-Staff Services for 20 years! Call Today for appointment @ 259-1940.
Chef and dishwasher needed. Apply in person between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. or call 382-0001 or 382-0012.
King Center Laundry
is hiring. Apply in person next to Nature’s Oasis.
Cleaning position
Are you thorough, detail oriented and love to clean? Flexible hours between 8:30 a.m. & 4 p.m. Vehicle required. Start $12 per hour. If seriously motivated call 759-6329.
Ride Mexico’s Copper Canyon
on horseback. A true cultural experience with breathtaking scenery, jaw dropping trails, incredible food, anthropology, camaraderie, solid horses and the rest is totally indescribable. Nov 19-29, 2007. OverTheHill (970) 385-7656.
Homebrew Class
at Ska Brewing. Sat. Nov. 10, Noon. $5. Call 247-5792 for info.
Artisans Rag Rug Festival
Stunning rag rugs and other home furnishings, fashions and accessories, fun and fine art, and holiday gifts of every description. Plus Threads, a boutique of fabrics and other offerings to benefit Women’s Cottage Industries, a program of New Mexico Women’s Foundation. November 9-11, Farmington Museum at Gateway Park, 3041 E. Main Street.  Fri, Nov 9th, Reception & Sale 5-7pm; Sat & Sun Nov 10 & 11, Festival open 10am - 4pm. Free admission and free parking to all events.  Questions? Call 505.983.6155.
Attention Holistic Health
Practitioners, acupuncturists & ND’s, Amaya Natural Therapeutics has space available for rent weekdays. Use of tubs, sauna and receptionist included. Call 769-8389.
Yoga Classes
to keep you healthy through the holidays. Call Jessi at 247-8942 or visit
The Colorado Master Gardener
Program is now accepting applications. Those accepted to the program receive 11 weeks of training in home horticulture. Classes start Jan. 31 at the La Plata County Fairgrounds and meet all day every Thursday for 11 consecutive weeks. Applications are due on Nov. 16. 382-6465 for details.
La Plata Open Space Conservancy
is accepting entries for the Fourteenth Annual Snowdown Wine Tasting and Fine Art Exhibition. Selected artwork will be auctioned at the event to raise funds for land protection in Southwest Colorado. Twelve pieces will be chosen for the show and auction, and artists will receive 50% of pro
ceeds from sale. Call 259-3415, or email for additional information. 
Bear Smart Durango
has made available on its web site a one-page flier for residents to download, print and distribute in residential areas experiencing bear and human conflict. This flier offers quick tips on how to be Bear Smart! The flier can be found at
Four Corners Lesbian Network
Go to: www.yahoogroups. com search Four Corners Lesbian or e-mail.
Guitar Lessons
with Pete Giuliani, at my home studio or at Canyon Music Woodworks.  Holiday dance parties with Freeplay. Call 385-6713 or visit
Rocky Mountain Bound
Handmade blank books make great gifts! Recommended for ages 1 to 100. Watercolor, journal, photo, scrapbook, mixed art. Handmade in Durango. 970.259.3983. 
Property Manager, Caretaker, Personal Assistance, Errands. Book now for the holidays. Call Mike at 970-749-0851.
In home
cat behavior consultation. Elimination problems, aggression, etc. 259-3124.
Job Hunters,
Temp or perm have depended on Uni-Staff Services for 20 years! Call today for appointment @ 259-1940.
For all your home improvement needs. Plumping, electric, carpentry, paint. Dale. 903-9181.
Body, mind & spirit thru massage. Gift certificates available. 60 min.-$50, 90 min.-$75. Carrie Griffin, CMT – 749-9264.
Get the chill out
with hot stone massage. Seventy-five minutes of heaven. Appts between 4 & 7 p.m. Healing Hands of Durango. 946-3724. Gift Certificates available.
Free Ortho-Bionomy® Talk/Demo
Discover a highly effective form of bodywork with Heidi Timm. Tuesday, Nov. 20, 7p.m. at the Rocky Mountain Institute of Healing Arts. Questions, info signup: or 759-9038.
Got Cellulite?
What help? Experience a cellulite massage and learn how this targeted massage and other lifestyle changes can make a significant difference. $50 introductory offer. Swedish and hot stones also available. Rose Stout/Beautiful Dreamer Massage Therapy. 903-7578.
Hatha Yoga
Trimble Hot Springs, Mondays 6-7:30 p.m. $12 - class only. $15 - class and soak. Private sessions also available. Perfect for beginners. Call Heather (970) 759-4088 for info.
Mountain bike
Santa Cruz Blur LT. 2007 Large. $2,175. 749-5960.
Grizzly heavy duty
wood laythe with tools. New, $969. Excellent condition, $450 OBO. 259-1761.
Velo gear
As new Orbea Orca 57 CM frame + seatpost – sacrifice at $650. Deda Newton bars and stem - $100. New Kenda Nevegal 2.35 tire - $25. Used Winwood Muddy cross fork - $25. Refurbished 5th Element rear shock - $50. Everything must go. 382-2778.
Order your citrus
From Florida to benefit Pagosa Springs Adventist School. Ruby red grapefruit and navel oranges - 40 pounds for $25; 20 pounds for $15.
Tangerines - 20 pounds for $20. Variety box - 20 pounds for $25. Delivery for the next four months. Order deadline is Nov. 5. Call Karla at 946-5747. Will notify for delivery.
Electric Washer/Dryer
Excellent condition. $100/ each or $150/pair. Call 970-799-3286.
Table seats 12
Lancaster maple double-drop-leaf table with 4 chairs, matching 2-piece china cabinet and side server (tea cart). $800 for set. Two high-back upholstered chairs with matching footstool - $450. Maple rocking chair - $250. (970) 769-1905.
33’ Comfort Trailer
Good condition. Will deliver in Four Corners. $3800. 799-4437.
1989 Oldsmobile
Cutlass Cruiser SW. 138,000 miles. Runs well. $900. Dave Ellis 18-foot tipi w/poles, floor, liner, ozans $1050. “Charm” antique potbelly woodstove. Working condition. $175. 560-2412 for details.
Aire Tomcat
Inflatable kayak(s), solo & tandem, excellent condition, used twice, no patches or repairs. $399.99/$475. 259-7771.
Need rental site
Near Durango (pref. on private property) with electric, for small travel-trailer. Have small dog and cat. David @ (505) 770-3625.
Condo for Sale:
2B 1B in town, upper unit condo, vaulted ceilings. Florida Rd. 159K 749-1093.
Canyon Terrace
Starting at $289,900. Free refrigerator, washer and dryer! No payments for 6 months! No closing cost! No kidding!! For details, call Angie @ 970-259-5166.
Rocky Mountain
240 acres of heavily wooded acreage w/open meadow and streams. Surrounded by national forest. 30 minutes from Durango. Abundant elk, deer, turkey. Secluded. Stunning views. Bill Stanley/Bobbie Carll Realty 970-749-7671 or
Commercial space
for rent. Brand new- College and 3rd. 749-1093.
Share beautiful downtown
Office with health practitioner. Private entrance, bathroom, treatment room and parking space. Call Bridget at 759-5918.
Jan. ’08 lease
Student housing @ Auraria Campus in Denver. Only $545 per/mo. w/opt. meal plan. Great for stud. attending CU Denver, Metro or CCD. Has all amentities! Great downtown location next to Invesco, 16th St. Mall and more! For more info call 970-946-7846.
Therapy room
for rent. $350/mo. Dancing Willow Herbs. 1018 Main Ave. 247-1654. References please.
Moab Vacation Condo
3 bedroom; 2.5 baths new condo. Sleeps 8+ comfortably. Pool & hot tub on site. Less than 5 miles from downtown Moab. Great prices! For more information visit or call 970-372-6677. 
Three gray kittens
11 weeks, 2 male/1 female. Shots. FREE to pet oriented homes only. 385-7522.
Wheat & Gluten
Support Group meets at Healthy Fusion the last Wednesday of every month. All are welcome. Next meeting is Nov. 28 at 5:30 p.m.; 2053 Main Ave. For more info: 259-9233 or
Are you a parent
with a child under age 5? Then come explore what the Family Center of Durango has to offer. We have developmental playgroups, parenting classes, a toy lending library, safe exchange and supervised visits, a family support unit, and much more!  You can call us at 385-4747, or stop by at 489 ½ Florida Rd.  The Family Center of Durango, families helping families. 
The Medicine
Horse Center
is seeking: a 50-60 foot round pen, good quality horse hay, donations for our silent auction, horse tack and supplies, landscaping materials such as fruit trees, shrubs, flowers, mulch and gardening tools. Call 533-7403 or check out for more info.
Cadence Therapeutic Riding
is seeking volunteers and is always searching for possible riders to participate in our program. Cadence is a non-profit organization that provides equestrian experiences for adults and children with special needs. Visit  or call 749-7433 for more information.
Alzheimer’s Association
Support Groups meet the second and third Wednesday of the month at the Durango/La Plata Senior Center at 10: 30 a.m. For more information, call Elaine Stumpo at 259-0122.
Raw Food Lunches
Nonprofit organization Turtle Lake Refuge offers organic, living-food lunch every Tuesday and Friday from 11: 11 a.m. to 2:22 p.m. Suggested donation $8. 247-8395. 848 E. Third Ave.

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