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Nosotros headlines E.C.’s One Planet Party
Sister Carol stops off at the Summit
Hozhoni Days returns to Fort Lewis College

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The Durango Public Library hosts the story program, “Babies, Books & Me,” at 1:30 p.m. The event is for parents and their infants up to 18 months old and meets every Thursday. 375-3380 for details.

Fort Lewis College’s El Centro de Muchas Colores presents the lecture “History of Immigration 101,” hosted by Eddie Soto of Los Compañeros, from 5-6 p.m. in El Centro Room, 420 Berndt Hall. Call 247-7654 for details.

Life-Long Learning Lecture series continues with “Evolution, Technology and the Future of Humanity,” at 7 p.m. in 130 Noble Hall at Fort Lewis College.

 Formula 151’s Dave Mensch performs solo at The Office Spiritorium, in the Strater Hotel, starting at 7 p.m.

The Arts & Crafts Market of Durango will host a meeting for participating artists at 5:30 p.m. in the Durango Recreation Center’s Sunlight Room. The 2008 market, “Art in the Park,” begins at Buckley Park on May 10. 247-9242 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.

Singer-songwriter Annie Brooks performs from 6:30-8 p.m. at the Common Sense Internet Cafe at 1480 E. Second Ave.

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

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

Yogadurango, 1485 Florida Rd., Suite 201, hosts Kirtan with Dave Stringer, who has been profiled as one of the most innovative artists of the new American Kirtan movement. The participatory singing event begins at 8 p.m. 946-8961 for details.

DJ Link plays tehcno for Pint Night at Steamworks, 801 E. Second Ave., beginning at 10 p.m. 259-9200.

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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.

Greg Ryder plays an encore show at the Diamond Belle Saloon, 699 Main Ave., beginning at 5:30 p.m. www.strater.com for details.

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

The Southwest Colorado Chapter of the American Red Cross, 1911 Main Ave., Suite 282, offers a Wilderness First Aid class from 6-10 p.m. The class continues all day on Saturday and Sunday. 259-5383 to pre-register.

The Kirk James Blues Band plays the 8th Avenue Tavern, 509 E. 8th Ave., starting at 8 p.m. Call 259-8801 for details.

The Chills bring their rock and roll to the Billy Goat Saloon on Highway 160 in Gem Village, starting at 8 p.m. Call 884-9155 for details.

 

Moe’s Starlight Lounge, 937 Main Ave., presents a DJ spinning starting at 9 p.m. for late night happy hour. 259-9018.

The Random Family String Band, from Taos, plays high-energy, original newgrass at the Summit, 600 Main Ave., at 9: 30 p.m. 247-2324 for details.

DJ Brian Ess presents “This is a Test,” at Steamworks, 801 E. Second Ave., beginning at 10 p.m. 259-9200 for details.

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Saturday29

Volunteers are needed to help Habitat for Humanity paint two homes at1470 Florida Road, starting at 9 a.m. Supplies and lunch will be provided. Call 382-2215 for details.

Durango Harley-Davidson holds its Motorcycle Swap Meet Extravaganza at the La Plata County Fairgrounds. The event continues all day March 30 and benefits the local chapter of Blue Star Mothers. 259-0778 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.

Formula 151’s Dave Mensch performs solo at Steamworks in Bayfield from 5-8 p.m.

There will be a volunteer organization meeting for Ignacio Bike Week at 7 p.m. followed by music from Formula 151 at the Billy Goat Saloon in Gem Village. All curious are welcome to attend. Call 884-9155 for details.

The Diamond Circle Melodrama holds locals’ auditions for the 2008 season from 3-6 p.m. This year will be the 47th season, the first in the newly renovated space at the Durango Arts Center and feature the two-act melodrama, “The Spoilers.” 247-3400 for details.

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

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

Tom MacCluskey performs on piano at the Mahogany Grille, 699 Main Ave., from 6-9 p.m. 247-4433 for details.

The Sea & The Rhythm play original acoustic, indie pop and covers at Durango Joe’s, 732 E. College, from 7-9 p.m.

 

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

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

Durango DotComedy presents “Absinthe Makes the Heart Grow Fonder” with doors opening at 7:30 p.m. 4 and show at 8 p.m. at the Durango Arts Center, 802 E. Second Ave.

Formula 151 performs at the Billy Goat Saloon, located off U.S. Hwy. 160 in Gem Village, at 8 p.m. 884-9155 for details.

The Chills play their rock at the Columbine Bar, located on Grand Ave. in Mancos, at 8:30 p.m. 533-8397 for details.

Moe’s Starlight Lounge, 937 Main Ave., presents a DJ spinning starting at 9 p.m. for late night happy hour. 259-9018 for details.

James and the Devil play  at Steamworks, 801 E. Second Ave., beginning 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.

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

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

The San Juan Symphony presents Joseph Kalichstein at 3 p.m. in the Community Concert Hall at Fort Lewis College.

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

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Monday31

Robin Davis plays 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 a Standard First Aid class from 6-10 p.m. 259-5383 to pre-register.

Darla Hill offers dance classes to benefit the Animas Museum at the VFW, 1550 Main Ave., at 6:30 p.m. The four-week session includes swing and tango classes and continues on Monday evenings through April 21. 247-7870 to register.

The Sea & The Rhythm plays original acoustic, indie pop at the Common Sense Cafe, 1480 E. Second Ave., from 6:30-8 p.m.

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

The 8th Ave. Tavern, 509 E. 8th Ave., hosts open mic night from 8 p.m. to close. 259-8801 for details.

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

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Tuesday1

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.

“Making a Living in the Arts!” a free, four-week seminar for artists starts at 7 p.m. at Karyn Gabaldon Fine Arts, 680 Main Ave. Sponsored by a grant from the  Colorado Council on the Arts. Register at 247–9018.

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

The Sea & The Rhythm, Annie Brooks and James Else play original songs of the folk persuasion at the Durango Coffee Co., 730 Main Ave., from 7-9 p.m.

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.

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A free seminar on sharing the road safely with motorcycles takes place from 5:30-6:30 p.m. at the Ignacio Community Library, 470 Goddard Ave., in Ignacio. Call 769-1120 for details.

Formula 151’s Dave Mensch performs solo at Joel’s, 119 W. 8th St., starting at 8 p.m.

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.

Durango Nature Studies kicks off Volunteer Naturalist

Training from 6-9 p.m. Naturalists will be trained to lead groups of elementary school children on science-based nature walks. The free training continues on April 4 & 5. 382-9244, Ext 3 to register.

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.

Moe’s Starlight Lounge, 937 Main Ave., hosts an open mic night starting at 7 p.m. The event returns on the first Wednesday of every month. 259-9018 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 with special guest Phil Peters on drums at Joel’s,119 W. 8th St.,4

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Ongoing

The Center of Southwest Studies at Fort Lewis College exhibits “100 Contemporary Works by Native Artists from the Hensler Collection,” beginning March 20. The Bill and Sue Hensler collection of contemporary Native American art includes a diverse group of artists from a variety of tribes. The collection in its entirety includes more than 200 items, including pottery, paintings and sculpture, directly acquired from the artists themselves. 247-7456 for details.  

Kitty Kitty Boom Boom, 600 East Second Ave., showcases more than 25 works of “jean” art for National Eating Disorder Awareness Week (NEDAW) through the month of March. The jeans reflect the NEDAW theme of “Be Comfortable in Your Genes” and highlight messages of positive body image. The art can be viewed Monday through Friday 10 a.m.–7 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m.-6 p.m., and Sunday 12–6 p.m.

The Open Shutter Gallery, 755 E. Second Ave., exhibits “Light, Shadow and Time,” a collection of black-and-white photographs by Mitch Dobrowner and Thomas Carr, through April 30. Dobrowner’s surreal photographic landscapes reflect the power of nature and the hushed beauty of outdoor scenes in America. Thomas Carr is an archaeologist and photographer and has documented the essence of many significant historical sites. 382-8355 for details.

The Fort Lewis College Art Gallery hosts the Senior Art Major Exhibition through April 4. The show includes selected works by graduating seniors and can be viewed from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. on weekdays. 247-7167 for details.

The Durango Arts Center, 802 E. Second Ave., presents “Dirty Hands,” a ceramic invitational exhibit, through April 3. The show includes ceramic artists from around the region using varying styles and clay mediums. An exhibit of mezzotints by David Clark is also on display at the Durango Arts Center library gallery. And Fran Mayfield and Niara Isley present “The Quality of Light,” an exhibit of plein air paintings and light sculpture in the Local Expressions Gallery. 259-2606 for details.

Durango photographers Howard Rachlin and Branson Reynolds are exhibiting selections of their Southwest photographs at the Durango Coffee Co., 730 Main Ave., throughout the month of March. 375-7877 for details. 

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 Business Connections meets every Wednesday from 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. at the Durango Rec. Center. 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

There will be a soccer referee clinic for youth and adult soccer April 3-5 at Durango City Hall, the corner of E. 2nd Avenue & 10th Street. This is a U.S. Soccer Federation course and refereeing pays from $18-$30 per game. Call 247 1177 for details.

A free seminar on sharing the road safely with motorcycles takes place April 3 from 7:30 to 8:30 a.m. at the Ignacio Community Library, 470 Goddard Ave., in Ignacio. Call 769-1120 for details.

An Upper San Juan Water Quality Forum is set for April 3-4. 259-3583 for details.

The Friends of Reed Library at Fort Lewis College will hold a spring book sale April 4 from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. on the front deck of the Reed Library or inside in case of inclement weather. Call 247-7250 for details.

Fort Lewis College Theatre presents “Dante’s Inferno” April 3-5 & 10-12 at 7:30 p.m. and April 6 at 2 p.m. Call 247-7089 for details.

Four Corners Back Country Horsemen holds its annual Consignment Tack Sale on April 5 from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. at the La Plata County Fairgrounds. Check in your items for consignment is April 4 from 1-7 p.m. or  April 5, 7-8 a.m.

The San Juan Symphony performs Music for Main, a benefit for the 700 Main Avenue Disaster Relief Fund, on April 5 at the Henry Strater Theater.

Out on the Colorado Plateau, a two-day regional summit on lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer issues in the Four Corners, is set for April 4 & 5 in Durango. 259-3074 for details.

The Chimney Rock Interpretive Association will host an open house April 5 at the Pagosa Springs Community Center.

Purgatory will celebrate the end of an era and close the season with a Purgy’s goodbye party on April 5 & 6.

There will be a Contra Dance April 5 at the Durango VFW, 1550 Main Ave., featuring The Usual Suspects from Laramie, Wyo. Beginner instruction starts at 7 with dancing at 7:30 p.m. No partner is necessary. Smoke- and alcohol-free event. Call 385-9292 for details.

Landscape architect Ken Ball will lecture on xeriscape in Southwest Colorado as part of the Green business roundtable, April 9 starting at noon at the Henry Strater Theatre, 699 Main Ave. Call 259-3583 for details.

Lacey Black plays solo piano at the Mahogany Grille, 699 Main Ave., Wednesday and Thursday nights starting April 9 at 6:30 p.m. Call 247-4433 for details.

Fort Lewis College’s El Centro de Muchas Colores hosts “Farewell Fiesta: Adios Berndt Hall” from 4-6 p.m. April 10 with authentic food and other special treats. Call 247-7654 for details.

Sexual Assault Services Organization presents  a free body-healing workshop April 10 from 6-9 p.m. at the Durango Community Rec Center.

Fort Lewis College Anthropology Club, Environmental Center and Engineers Without Borders present the a joint Cow Drop fund-raiser on April 12.

Tibetan Buddhist monk Za Choeje Rinpoche will sign copies of his book The Backdoor to Enlightenment: Eight Steps to Living Your Dreams and Changing Your World, co-written with Ashley Nebelsieck, on April 13 from 3-4 p.m. at Maria’s Bookshop, 960 Main Ave.

Tibetan Buddhist monk Za Choeje Rinpoche will visit the Durango Dharma Center, 2530 Colorado Ave., on April 14 from at 5-8 p.m. Rinpoche will sign copies of his book The Backdoor to Enlightenment: Eight Steps to Living Your Dreams and Changing Your World, co-written with Ashley Nebelsieck, and also take part in a meditation and Dharma talk.

Maria’s bookshop will be hosting a young poets’ showcase April 15 at 6:30 p.m. Calling themselves “Two Latinos and an Indian,” the poets are: Erika T. Wurth, of Albuquerque; Gabe Gomez, of Santa Fe; and Sheryl Luna, of Boulder. Call 247-1438 for details.

Wines of the San Juan, 233 Hwy 511 Blanco, N.M., hosts the 5th annual After Tax Spring Fling on April 19 from noon–6 p.m. featuring music from the Double Eagle Country and Western Band, food and wine. Call (505) 632-0879 for details.

A Native American Candlelight Vigil to shed light on the darkness of sexual assault will be held April 10 at Buckley Park.

The 20th annual Tri the Rim, Durango’s oldest triathlon, returns to Fort Lewis College on April 13. www.fortlewis.edu/tritherim for details.

The Mountain Studies Institute hosts a Trail Art Contest to create sign features along the Silverton Trails System. The deadline is April 14. www.mountainstudies.org for details.

David Hidalgo and Louie Perez, of Los Lobos, will play an April 16 acoustic show at the Community Concert Hall at Fort Lewis College.

“Autism Yesterday,” a film on autism recovery, premieres at the Abbey Theatre on April 17.

Alternative Horizons will host a training for volunteer hotline advocates on April 21. 247-4374 for details.

The Center of Southwest Studies invites artists to submit work for “Connections: Earth + Artist - A Tribute Art Show in Resistance to Desert Rock.” The deadline is May 9. 382-6982 for details.

Sister Carol stops off at the Summit

What: A concert from one of Jamaica’s top performers

Where: The Summit, 600 Main Ave.    

When: Sun., March 30, at 9 p.m.

One of Jamaica’s top entertainers is stopping over in Durango this weekend. Sister Carol plays a show at the Summit on Sun., March 30.

Born Carole East, Sister Carol was raised in the ghettos of Kingston, Jamaica, until she was 14 and her family immigrated to Brooklyn in 1973. New York’s thriving, 1970s dancehall scene then led Sister Carol down a path that has included albums, movies, television appearances and a Grammy nomination for her 1996 release, “Lyrically Potent.”

Having won talent contests in both Jamaica and New York, Sister Carol was offered an opening slot for one of Jamaica’s top vocal trios, The Meditations, who had provided harmony vocals for Bob Marley. This opportunity opened the door for her to record her first two records, “Liberation for Africa” and “Black Cinderalla.”

Sister Carol has earned praise in publications like Billboard, Village Voice and many others. She has toured the world several times over and was the familiar voice behind Night Music with David Sanborn as the MC. Her 1999 release “Isis – The Original Womb-man,” also landed a coveted spot with Tuff Gong, the record label started by Marley.

Sister Carol takes the stage at the Summit at 9 p.m. Call 247-2324 for more information.

 

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Nosotros headlines E.C.’s One Planet Party
What: FLC Environmental Center spring fund-raiser “One Planet Party”
When: Fri., March 28, 9 p.m.
Where: Abbey Theatre, 128 E. College

The Fort Lewis College Environmental Center hosts its annual spring fund-raiser this Friday night at the Abbey Theatre. The event will feature the popular Albuquerque-based band, Nosotros, with a special appearance by Carute Roma, Durango’s gypsy minstrels.

M.E. Schenck of Hyperactive Magazine said, “Nosotros’ music is not to be explained; it is to be felt in the pit of our souls.”

The fund-raiser will highlight the accomplishments of this year’s student staff including completion of the college’s first-ever Sustainability Assessment and Greenhouse Gas Inventory; the Focus the Nation event; its youth-powered Earth Week; and a new website.

The event is sponsored by Osprey Packs and Osprey Pro Shops Inc. in partnership with local Osprey dealers Pine Needle Mountaineering and Backcountry Experience. Funds from the event will support hiring of student staff for the 2008-09 school year so that the Environmental Center can continue its strong tradition of environmental leadership on campus and in the community.

Doors will open at 9 p.m. with the music starting at 9: 30 p.m. Advance tickets are available for sale at the Abbey Theater and at the EC for $10 for students and $12 for the general public. Tickets purchased at the door will cost $15. For more information contact the Fort Lewis College Environmental Center at 247-7676.

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Sister Carol stops off at the Summit
What: A concert from one of Jamaica’s top performers
Where: The Summit, 600 Main Ave.    
When: Sun., March 30, at 9 p.m.

One of Jamaica’s top entertainers is stopping over in Durango this weekend. Sister Carol plays a show at the Summit on Sun., March 30.

Born Carole East, Sister Carol was raised in the ghettos of Kingston, Jamaica, until she was 14 and her family immigrated to Brooklyn in 1973. New York’s thriving, 1970s dancehall scene then led Sister Carol down a path that has included albums, movies, television appearances and a Grammy nomination for her 1996 release, “Lyrically Potent.”

Having won talent contests in both Jamaica and New York, Sister Carol was offered an opening slot for one of Jamaica’s top vocal trios, The Meditations, who had provided harmony vocals for Bob Marley. This opportunity opened the door for her to record her first two records, “Liberation for Africa” and “Black Cinderalla.”

Sister Carol has earned praise in publications like Billboard, Village Voice and many others. She has toured the world several times over and was the familiar voice behind Night Music with David Sanborn as the MC. Her 1999 release “Isis – The Original Womb-man,” also landed a coveted spot with Tuff Gong, the record label started by Marley.

Sister Carol takes the stage at the Summit at 9 p.m. Call 247-2324 for more information.

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Hozhoni Days returns to Fort Lewis College
What: The 44th annual Hozhoni Days celebration and powwow
Where: Whalen Gymnasium
When: March 28 & 29

The 44th annual Hozhoni Days celebration lands at Fort Lewis College this week, culminating in the annual powwow March 28 & 29. Distinguished as one of the longest-running Fort Lewis College traditions, Hozhoni Days (“days of beauty” in Navajo) is also one of the largest single events hosted by students. In past years, as many as 5,000 participants and spectators from the U.S. and Canada have come to campus for this weeklong celebration.

“Hozhoni Days is a time for people to revel in who they are and where they come from,” says Native American Center Director Yvonne Bilinski. “It’s a time to laugh, listen and experience other cultures.”

This year, Hozhoni Days includes an art exhibit, “100 Contemporary Works by Native Artists: the Bill and Sue Hensler Collection.” The show opened at the Center of Southwest Studies on March 20.

As always, the Hozhoni Days celebration includes the Miss Hozhoni Days Pageant, which runs through the crowning ceremony March 29. The main event, the annual Hozhoni Days Contest Powwow, takes place in Whalen Gymnasium beginning at 5 p.m. on March 28 and running from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on March 29.

For more information, call the Fort Lewis College Native American Center at 247-7222.

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