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Recital Series presents Pennington at play
Durango gets a jump-start on Bear Smarts
Acclaimed comedian
‘The Vagina Monologues’ return to Durango

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Valentine’s Day

Durango Natural Foods, 575 E. 8th Ave., hosts Romancing the Heart, a celebration of Valentine’s Day, from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. The event includes heart-healthy, conscious samples and recipes. 247-8129 for details.

The Four Corners Astrology Guild meets at 5 p.m. at Under the Rainbow, 666 E.College, to discuss the Maya 2012 “End of Time.” 

The Sustainability Alliance of Southwest Colorado holds its monthly board meeting from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. in the Durango City Council Chambers, 949 E. Second Ave. The public is welcome.

Moe’s Starlight Lounge, 937 Main Ave., presents live jazz from 5:30-8:30 p.m. and a DJ spinning at 10 p.m. 259-9018 for details.

Singer-songwriter Greg Ryder plays a free show at the Diamond Belle Saloon, 699 Main Ave., beginning at 5:30 p.m. www.strater.com for details.

Kati B. and David Earl Pfieffer perform live jazz and blues standards from 6-8 p.m. at Guiseppe’s Restaurant in Bayfield. 884-7135 for details.

Lacey Black plays jazz piano at the Mahogany Grille, 699 Main Ave., at 6:30 p.m. 247-4433 for details.

The Fort Lewis College Life-Long Learning Lecture Series continues with “Significant Books Panel: Durango Old-timers and Newcomers Discuss Books That Have Influenced Their Lives” at 7 p.m. in 130 Noble Hall.

The Fort Lewis College Education Club hosts its Valentine Dance at 7 p.m. at the VFW Hall, 1550 Main Ave.

Dave Mensch, of Formula 151, plays a free solo show at the Office Spiritorium, 699 Main Ave., beginning at 7 p.m.

Shawn Patrick and Fat P spin for a special Valentine’s Day Pint Night at Steamworks, 801 E. Second Ave., at 10 p.m. 259-9200 for details.

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Friday15

The Durango Foundation for Educational Excellence, in partnership with Durango Mountain Resort, offers a discounted day of skiing to benefit education. All-day ski tickets are $25, but must be purchased in advance at either City Market or Albertson’s. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the DFEE. 385-1491 for details.

The Southwest Colorado Peace and Justice Coalition holds a peace vigil from 4:30-5:30 p.m. at the corner of Main Ave. and 11th St. Signs will be available or bring your own. 259-4185 for details.

The Durango High School Orchestra hosts a dinner fund-raiser from 5 to 8 p.m. in the DHS cafeteria. Guests may choose either Mexican or Italian dinners provided by local restaurants.  Proceeds will assist the orchestra’s trip to Dallas for a spring contest. 259-1630, ext. 2102 for details.

Greg Ryder returns to the Diamond Belle Saloon, 699 Main Ave., at 5:30 p.m. www.strater.com for details.

A five-course Valentine’s Dinner for Turtle Lake Refuge takes place from 6-8 p.m. at the Rocky Mountain Retreat, 848 E. Third Ave. The event features a performance by Lawrence Nass on piano and benefits sustainable living education. 247-8395 for reservations.

Gary Walker plays jazz piano at the Mahogany Grille, 699 Main Ave., from 6-9 p.m. 247-4433 for details.

International Folk Dancing takes place at 6:30 p.m. in the Wild Sage Yoga Studio in the Smiley Building, 1309 E. Third Ave. Line, circle and couple dances from many will be taught and performed. 247-5720 for details.

Wild Country plays its country and rock at the 8th Ave. Tavern, 509 E. 8th Ave., beginning at 8 p.m. 259-8801 for details.

The Crawdaddys bring their country-rock to the Billy Goat Saloon, located off U.S. Hwy. 160 in Gem Village, beginning at 8 p.m. 884-9155 for details.

MO2 brings its drum & bass and live electronics to the Summit, 600 Main Ave., at 9:30 p.m. 247-2324 for details.

Moe’s Starlight Lounge, 937 Main Ave., presents a DJ spinning starting at 10 p.m. for late night happy hour. 259-9018 for details.

The Doug Phillips Blues Band plays at Steamworks, 801 E. Second Ave., at 10 p.m. 259-9200 for details.

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Saturday16

Venture Snowboards and Ska Brewing host Euphoria Days at Purgatory with free snowboard demos all day, raffles, drink specials and live music from Twelve Cents for Marvin from 2-5 p.m. www.venturesnowboards.com for details.

The Southwest Colorado Chapter of the American Red Cross, 1911 Main Ave., Suite 282, offers an Emergency Responder class from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. The class continues all day Feb. 17. 259-5383 to pre-register.

The annual Valentine’s Day 5K starts at the Durango Community Recreation Center at 10 a.m. The 2008 route will be an out and back along the Animas River Trail, and runners, joggers, walkers, 4 children and dogs are all invited to participate. Registration is available at the Rec. Center or online at www.active.com. 375-7306 for details.

There will be an open house for the University of Denver’s Graduate School’s Master of Social Work degree program from 10 a.m.-noon in Room 207 at the Commons Building, 701 Camino del Rio. The two-year distance education program is being offered at a reduced-tuition rate to Four Corners residents. 247-9773 for details.

The Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad offers a Valentine Murder Mystery onboard the Cascade Canyon Winter Train. The train departs at 10 a.m. and returns at 4 p.m. 247-2733 for details.

Tara Mandala Buddhist Retreat Center, located near Pagosa Springs, hosts Saturday Morning Meditation from 10 a.m.-noon. Drop-ins welcome. 731-3711 for details.

An Enchilada Dinner & Dance, benefiting the Durango Future Farmers of America Booster Club, meets at the Breen Community Building. Dinner is scheduled for 4-7 p.m. with the dance beginning at 8 p.m. 759-3766 for details.

Kirtan, participatory singing to still the mind and calm the body, returns to the Smiley Building’s Blue Heron Yoga Studio, 1309 E. Third Ave., from 5:30-7:30 p.m. The by-donation event is kid and family friendly. 259-2110 for details

Greg Ryder closes out three nights at the Diamond Belle Saloon, 699 Main Ave., beginning at 5:30 p.m.

Jack Ellis & Larry Carver play their high-altitude blend of blues and folk at La Tazza in Pagosa Springs at 5:30 p.m.

Guiseppe’s Restaurant, 871 CR 501 in Bayfield, hosts open mic with Handsome Dan from 6-8 p.m. 884-7135 for details.

Gary Walker plays jazz piano at the Mahogany Grille, 699 Main Ave., from 6-9 p.m. 247-4433 for details.

Jane Voss & Hoyle Osborne perform old-time songs and Marti Kirchmer discusses “When Aztec Was Young” at the Aztec Museum Foundation’s annual banquet from 6-9 p.m. at the Aztec Civic Center. 505-334-9829 for details.

Kirk James plays solo blues at Rubio’s Mexican Restaurant, in Aztec, from 6:30 p.m. until close.

San Juans singer/songwriter James Patterson and Durango guitarist Tom Murray bring grassroots Americana to the Carver Brewing Co., 1022 Main Ave., at 7 p.m. 259-2545 for details.

Greg Ryder plays a free solo show at the Office Spiritorium, 699 Main Ave., beginning at 7 p.m.

The Henry Strater Theatre, 699 Main Ave., hosts the 4cGLAD Valentine’s Dance at 8 p.m.

The 8th Ave. Tavern, 509 E. 8th Ave., offers karaoke from 8 p.m. to close. 259-8801 for details.

Durango’s Freeplay, featuring Pete Giuliani, plays a free 8 p.m. show at the Columbine Bar, located in Mancos.

Dubskin, “Fort Collins’ Original Roots Controllers,” play a 9:30 p.m. show at the Summit, 600 Main Ave., at 9:30 p.m. 247-2324 for details.

DJ Link spins for Ladies Night at Steamworks, 801 E. Second Ave., at 10 p.m. 259-9200 for details.

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The San Juan Mountains Association and Durango Mountain Resort offer a ski naturalist trek beginning at 9:30 a.m. at the base of chairlift #4. 385-2147 for details.

The San Juan Symphony presents “A Gershwin Valentine” at 3 p.m. in the Community Concert Hall at Fort Lewis College. www.durangoconcerts.com for details.

Joel Racheff plays acoustic at the Office Spiritorium, 699 Main Ave., from 7-11 p.m.

Renowned band Beyond the Pale blends bluegrass, jazz, funk and world beats at 7:30 p.m. at Fort Lewis College’ Roshong Recital Hall. Tickets are also available for a special pre-concert party. 382-9941 for details.

The Blue Moon Ramblers play their weekly gig at the Diamond Belle Saloon, 699 Main Ave., beginning at 7: 30 p.m.

The 8th Ave. Tavern, 509 E. 8th Ave., offers karaoke from 8 p.m. to close. 259-8801 for details.

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Monday18

P is for Peanut, 473 E. College, hosts free kids’ storytime at 1 p.m. 385-4525 for details.

Robin Davis plays the Diamond Belle Saloon, 699 Main Ave., at 5:30 p.m.

Singer-songwriter Tim Guidotti plays acoustic at the Office Spiritorium, 699 Main Ave., from 7-11 p.m.

Terry Rickard plays acoustic rock at Joel’s, 119 W. 8th St., starting at 8 p.m.

An open-level Latin/Salsa Dance Party takes place at 8:30 p.m. at the Durango Recreation Center, 2700 Main Ave. No partner necessary. 903-9402 for details.

Prezident Brown brings roots reggae back to the Summit, 600 Main Ave., at 9:30 p.m. 247-2324 for details. 4

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Tuesday19

P is for Peanut, 473 E. College, offers free kids’ storytime at 11 a.m. 385-4525 for details.

Singer-songwriter Terry Rickard plays at the Diamond Belle Saloon, 699 Main Ave., at 5:30 p.m.

The Southwest Colorado Chapter of the American Red Cross, 1911 Main Ave., Suite 282, offers an Adult CPR & AED class from 6-10 p.m. The class includes a one-year certification. 259-5383 to pre-register.

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

Tim Sullivan plays acoustic at the Office Spiritorium, 699 Main Ave., from 7-11 p.m.

The Columbine Bar, located on Grand Ave. in Mancos, hosts its Tuesday Night Jam beginning at 8 p.m. The session is open to all musicians.

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 I-Gene spins for Trenchtown Tuesdays at Moe’s Starlight Lounge, 937 Main Ave., starting at 9 p.m. 259-9018 for details.

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Moe’s Starlight Lounge, 937 Main Ave., presents Art Spot, a live art demo, from 5:30-7:30 p.m. 259-9018 for details.

Greg Ryder plays the Diamond Belle Saloon, 699 Main Ave., at 5:30 p.m.

A crystal bowl meditation group meets from 6-7 p.m. at the Namaste Health Center, 1099 Main Ave., Suite 200. Drop-ins are welcome, and admission is by donation. 259-1838 for details.

An open bluegrass jam meets from 6-8 p.m. at the Durango Brewing Company, 3000 Main Ave. The circle gathers every Wednesday. 247-1264 for details.

The Durango Chess Club gathers for its weekly meeting at Durango Joe’s, 732 E. College, at 6:30 p.m.

Lacey Black plays jazz piano at the Mahogany Grille, 699 Main Ave., at 6:30 p.m. 247-4433 for details.

The Fort Lewis College Music Department presents its Choirs Concert, “Sacred Classics,” at 7 p.m. in the Community Concert Hall at Fort Lewis College. The performance includes works by Schubert, Brahms, Copland and others. www.durangoconcerts.com for details.

Singer-songwriter Terry Rickard plays acoustic rock at the Office Spiritorium, 699 Main Ave., from 7-11 p.m.

Dave Mensch, of Formula 151, performs solo at Joel’s,119 W. 8th St., at 8 p.m. 385-0430 for details.

An open-level East Coast Swing Party takes place at 8:30 p.m. at the Durango Recreation Center. No partner necessary. 903-9402 for details.

The Whipsaws, southern rock from Anchorage, Alaska, play the Summit, 600 Main Ave., at 9:30 p.m. 247-2324 for details.

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Ongoing

The Fort Lewis College Art Gallery hosts Assistant Professor of Art Chad Colby’s “Primarily Painting” exhibit from Feb. 18-March 20. In fall 2007, Colby’s work was recognized by Fort Lewis College and was granted the title of featured scholar. The featured scholar program was designed to recognize faculty who have distinguished themselves by their scholarly or artistic contributions. A reception is set for Feb. 22 from 5-7 p.m.

Fort Lewis College Theatre presents “Win/Lose/Draw,” a compilation of three one-acts by Mary Gallagher and Ara Watson that explores relationships between women from different social and intellectual classes. The plays range from roll-on-the-floor funny to tear-jerking and poignant. Performances take place at the Mainstage Theatre on Feb. 14-16 & 21-24 at 7:30 p.m. and on Feb. 17 at 2 p.m. http://theatre.fortlewis.edu or 247-7089 for details.

The Open Shutter Gallery, 755 E. Second Ave., hosts the exhibit, “Convergence,” by Gloria Baker Feinstein through March 12. The show is a collection of black and white images that bring out the mystery and intrigue of every day surroundings and events. Feinstein photographs with a Hasselblad and develops all of her work in a traditional darkroom setting. Some of the well-known photographers who have influenced her work include Diane Arbus, Keith Carter, Sally Mann and Andre Kertesz. www.openshuttergallery.com for details.

A local cooperative effort is sponsoring “Spay and Neuter Month” during the month of February in an effort to combat area pet overpopulation. Dogster’s Spay and Neuter Program (aka DSNiP) and the AspenTree Animal Caring Center are partnering with The Doris Day Animal Foundation and The Humane Society to promote the event. The groups are hoping to encourage low cost spay/neuter as a loving act benefiting animal guardians, their pets and their communities. 382-0100 to schedule an appointment.

The Center of Southwest Studies at Fort Lewis College exhibits the fifth annual Juried Photography Show: “Images of the Southwest” and the exhibit, “The Old Spanish Trail: Conduit fir Change,“ in the Center’s gallery. In addition, the Delaney Library is hosting the show, “Utes: Their Country, Their Leaders, Their Culture.” The shows will be on display through March 16. Visit http: //swcenter.fortlewis.edu or call 970-247-7456 for details.

Steaming Bean Coffee, 915 Main Ave., hosts the Chloe Cards photography exhibit. Chloe is a 16-year-old Golden Retriever and Durango native who has been posing for the camera all of her life. The mostly black-and-white photography exhibit depicts her adventures as a mountain biker, skier and professional dress-up artist. www.chloecards.com for details.

The Family Center of Durango offers PAT – Parents as Teachers – a free, ongoing home visitation program for parents and their children. The free program offers specific developmental information for parents and children up to 3 years of age, and visits can take place weekly or monthly depending on interest and need. 385-4747 for detials..

The Animas Museum, 3065 W. Second Ave., host the exhibit “Eskimo Artifacts from Arctic Alaska.” This show features clothing, masks, hunting and fishing tools, dolls, toys, fetishes and other items..259-2402 for details.

Professional Business Builders, a chapter of Business Networking International, meets every Thursday from 7-8:30 a.m. at the Unitarian Church in Durango. BNI Referral Matrix meets every Thursday from 7-8:30 a.m. at the Wells Group. The BNI Referral Market meets from 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. at the Prudential. BNI is the largest business networking organization in the world. Call 422-2032 or e-mail servinglife@hotmail.com for details.

The Children’s Museum, 802 E. Second Ave., hosts the exhibit, “Living off the Land.” The museum offers a hands-on exploration of the Rocky Mountain ecosystem and is open from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. on Wed.-Fri. and 1-5 p.m. on Sat. and Sun. 259-9234 for details.

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Upcoming

Professional photographer Branson Reynolds will address the Feb. 21 meetings of the Durango Photography Club.

The Community Concert Hall at Fort Lewis College will host Cirque D’Or, a performance by the Golden Dragon Acrobats, Feb. 21.

The Family Center of Durango offers a Core Communication Class for mothers and teen daughters from 4-5:30 p.m. on Feb. 21 & 28. 799-4686 to register.

Local singer-songwriter Annie Brooks will plays Feb. 21 & 28 shows at the Common Sense Internet Café.

The 22nd annual Chocolate Fantasia returns to the FLC Ballroom on Feb. 22. Proceeds benefit the Volunteers of America Southwest Safehouse  and Durango Community Shelter.

The world premiere of the documentary “Seeing the Forest for the Trees: The Art of Mary Ellen Long” is set for Feb. 22 at the Smiley Theatre.

The Jeff Solon Swing’n Big Band will perform for the Red Slipper Dance Party on Feb. 22 at the Henry Strater Theatre.

The Durango Chamber of Commerce will unveil its newest program, Young Professionals of Durango, at a Feb. 22 kick-off party at the Abbey Theatre.

The Porchlights, a band from Dolores, will play the 8th Avenue Tavern on Feb. 22.

The Durango High School Interact Club will host a Feb. 23 film fund-raiser at the Smiley Theatre.

The League of Women Voters is sponsoring a Legislative Lowdown, featuring Rep. Ellen Roberts and Sen. Jim Isgar, on Feb. 23.

The Animas Museum and the Victorian Aid Society will present a lecture on Victorian Clothing & Etiquette on Feb. 23.

Women’s Prerogative will perform a free barbershop concert at the Henry Strater Theater on Feb. 24.

National Eating Disorders Awareness Week returns to Durango on Feb. 24-March 1 and includes film screenings, slideshows, discussions and art exhibits. www.nationaleatingdisorders.org for details.

Brad Dimock will give a lecture on legendary boatman Bert Loper, “The Very Hard Way,” on Feb. 25 at Fort Lewis.

Maria’s Bookshop will host a Feb. 26 book signing with Bill Plotkin, author of Nature and the Human Soul: Creating Wholeness and Community in a Fragmented World.

The new Women’s Resource Center’s Writer’s Group “Wild Women Writing,” will meet Feb. 27 at Andy’s Photography.

Greensky Bluegrass, a multiple award-winning band, will play the Henry Strater Theater on Feb. 28 with local act Rock & Rye opening the show.

The Adaptive Sports Association will present the 10th annual Dave Spencer Ski Classic on Feb. 29 and March 1 and teams are forming now. 259-0374 for details.

The Women’s Resource Center’s annual “MyBiz,” a conference for women entrepreneurs, is scheduled for March 1.

George Thorogood & the Destroyers play the Community Concert Hall at Fort Lewis College on March 2.

The Durango Lively Arts Co. will present the musical comedy “Meshugah-Nuns” beginning March 7 at the Durango Arts Center.

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Recital Series presents Pennington at play
What: A solo recital from FLC Professor of Music John Pennington
Where: The Unitarian Universalist Church, 419 San Juan Dr.
When: Fri., Feb. 15, at 7 p.m.

When John Pennington plays a little night music, it’s time to buy a ticket.

Professor of music at Fort Lewis College, Pennington will give one of his extraordinary solo recitals at 7 p.m. this Friday night, Feb. 15, at the Unitarian Universalist Church. The inimitable director of percussion studies will perform works by French, Spanish and American composers plus three pieces that celebrate the night: “Moonchild” by Keith Jarrett, the aria from Bach’s Goldberg Variations, and “Night Music,” by Sean Daniels.

Pennington’s range of instruments includes simple frame drums on which he’ll play works from the Middle East, Ireland and Egypt. He’ll also play the Concerto for Vibraphone and Orchestra by Emmanuel Séjourné. If you haven’t heard Pennington use extended techniques on the vibraphone, you’ll be introduced to the otherworldly sounds via a violinist’s bow and other unusual striking instruments. Pennington will play Ravel’s Vocalise-Etude, two songs by Manuel de Falla, and an arrangement for vibraphone from Suite Española by Albeniz. Three children’s songs for vibraphone and piano by American jazz great Chick Corea will have special appeal to the young and round out a varied program.

Pennington will be accompanied by pianist Marilyn Garst. Mary Pennington, a superb violinist in her own right, will play glockenspiel.

This is the second recital in a series sponsored by the Unitarian Church, where Garst is music director. For information call 385-8668.There’s plenty of parking in the church’s lot – and it’s plowed.

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Durango gets a jump-start on Bear Smarts
What: A lecture by bear expert Ryan Millbern
Where: The Durango Arts Center, 802 E. Second Ave.
When: Mon., Feb. 18 at 6 p.m.

Bear season may still be weeks away in Durango, but preparations are already under way. As part of the Living with Wildlife Lecture Series, Bear Smart Durango will present an evening presentation with bear expert Ryan Milburn on Mon., Feb. 18, at the Durango Arts Center. Millbern will discuss the Town of Vail’s successful efforts to combat bear problems.

Millbern has been a member of the Vail Police Department for five years as an officer, detective and a K9 officer. He is also a current member of the International Association for Bear Research & Management. Millbern attended at the 9th annual Western States Bear Conference and was a speaker to the 18th annual International Conference on Bear Research and Management in Monterrey, Mexico. He is also head of the Town of Vail Ursine Mitigation and Management program and co-authored the town’s new wildlife protection ordinance. 

The 6 p.m. event is open to the public with a $5 donation at the door to benefit Bear Smart Durango. All city and county employees are encouraged to attend the talk for free. Wine & beer will be available at the bar.

For more information, visit www.bearsmartdurango.org.

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Acclaimed comedian
What: Rober Dubac’s “The Male Intellect: an Oxymoron?”
Where: The Community Concert Hall at Fort Lewis College
When: Sat., Feb. 16 at 6 p.m.

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“Getting dumped has never been funnier,” or so says the advance notice for the acclaimed comedy stage show, “The Male Intellect: an Oxymoron?” Comic Robert Dubac brings the “Male Intellect” to the Community Concert Hall at Fort Lewis College this Sat., Feb. 16.

In a tightly written and skillfully enacted 90-minute comedic show, playwright and actor Robert Dubac attempts to answer the

age-old question, “What do women want?”  The show has played to sold-out houses throughout the country – including Durango in 2002 - and is lauded for its poignant, yet outrageously funny look at the battle between the sexes. 

“Although much of his act can’t be explored in a family newspaper, Dubac’s adventure through the mine field of male and female relationships is imaginative, hilarious and as refreshing as a tall, cold drink on a hot summer day,” wrote Sandra Dillard-Rosen, of the Denver Post.

As the show opens, the audience meets a very confused “Bobby.” He’s found the girl of his dreams, to whom he proposed, but she has dumped him. Why? Unable to answer this question he recalls some not-so-wise, but nonetheless hilarious, advice he received from five chauvinistic mentors. With a shrug of his shoulders, a hooding of his eyes or a crook of his neck, Dubac seamlessly transforms himself into these five alter egos, each of which offers their own brand of misguided advice.

Tickets for “The Male Intellect: an Oxymoron” are available on the web at www.durangoconcerts.com, by calling 247-7657, or at the Ticketing Offices in Durango at 7th and Main Ave. behind Magpies. Showtime is 7 p.m., with doors to the Spotlight Lounge opening at 6 p.m.

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‘The Vagina Monologues’ return to Durango
What: Three performances of Eve Ensler’s play
Where: The Smiley Theatre, 1309 E. Third Ave.  
When: Feb. 14 & 16 at 7 p.m. and Feb. 17 at 3 p.m..

After yet another successful performance before capacity crowds last year, “The Vagina Monologues” are returning to Durango for three benefit performances. The “Monologues” take the stage at the Smiley Theatre on Feb. 14 & 16 at 7 p.m. and Feb. 17 at 3 p.m.

“The Vagina Monologues” have been performed in cities and college campuses across America. They have also inspired a dynamic grassroots movement (V-Day) to stop violence against women. Eve Ensler’s Obie Award-winning play gives voice to women’s deepest fantasies and fears, guaranteeing that no

one who reads it or sees it performed will ever look at a woman’s body, or think of sex, in quite the same way again. O Magazine lauded the “Vagina Monologues” saying, “By the end of the show, the audience has moved from slightly embarrassed to highly engaged, sometimes enraged and ultimately enlarged.”

Proceeds from the local performances will go to the Sexual Assault Services Organization, group that aids sexual assault victims, and other local crisis centers and shelters. The play will also be staged in conjunction with V-Day.

Last year, “The Vagina Monologues” raised more than $4,000 for local causes and sold out each night. Tickets for this year’s performances are available at the door and at the Fort Lewis College Union Building.

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