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.


HelpWanted
Housekeeper positions available,
 F/T or P/T, must be hard-working, reliable with good attitude. Please apply at 721 E. 2nd Ave., Leland House, no phone calls.
Announcements
Durango Guitar Works Guitar
In kind donation to benefit injured local firefighter Fred Hutt. $5 tickets available at Katzin Music. Call 259-2211 or email durangoguitarworks.com for more info.
Beautiful Rico, beautiful rooms
$45-$65. www.mineshaftinn.com. 970-967-3769.
Sugar addict?
Out of shape? Discover a healthy and energetic you by shifting your relationship with food. Call this week to attend Aug. 2 meeting. 749-7494.
2010-2011 Preschool enrollment
Children’s House of Durango has several part-time openings for children who will be 4 years old by Sept. 1, 2010. Call Stacy at 259-1089.

The Durango Arts Center
is offering classes in drawing, printmaking, painting and sculpture for kids and teens in August. Visit www.durangoart.org and look for “August is for Art” under education, or call Sandra at 259-2606.
Four Corners Lesbian Network
Free membership! Social events! Google “Four Corners Lesbian Network” or email FourCornersLN@yahoo.com.
 
FARM-I Farm Stand
Get your mid-week organic veggie, herb and flower fix every Tuesday and Thursday from 3 – 7 p.m. at Rylee Mac’s on the corner of Florida and CR 215. For farm updates go to farm-i.net/blog.
Devo Summer Camps
at DMR. Aug. 2-6 and Aug. 9-13. Transportation provided! Call Sarah, 779-8480 or sarahdurangodevo.com
Fitness Program @ Trimble!
Outdoor core strength and stretch classes. Personal training. Work muscles then soak! Check website for class times or call Kimsey at (512) 970-3532!
 Pat Senecal, Pastel Artist
has Animal Soul Portraits at Steaming Bean, Expressive Landscapes at Durango Joe’s in Walmart mall, and a self-portrait at Steamworks throughout July. Come enjoy the variety! Contact patcsenecal@ gmail.com for info.
Do you have children?  
Are you pregnant? No health insurance? You may qualify for Medicaid or CHP+. Please call San Juan Basin Health for more info 247-5702 ext. 208 or visit www.sjbhd.org  .
Summer Music Workshop
for intermediate and advanced youth musicians offered through The Stillwater Foundation. The workshop will be an intensive, one-week camp Aug. 9-13. Students will learn what it takes to be professional
musicians in a wide variety of music genres. All classes taught by professional musicians with some very special guest instructors. Contact: The Stillwater Foundation 970-247-5095 or visit www.stillwaterfoundation.org .
Services
Deeper Solutions Hypnotherapy
End sleepless nights! Natural and safe. Call Kevin Jones RN,CCHT at 946-3471 for a free consultation.
Revive - Release - Relax
Deep meditative sound healing sessions with singing crystal bowls! Summer special $60/hr! Shannon 903-1774.
Available for Hire
Property manager/caretaker. Farm, ranch, horticulture and construction background. Good worker. Good manager. Local references available. Call Craig at 970-946-1771.
Thinking about remodeling
or building a new energy-efficient house? Call us for a free, down-to-earth estimate. Parrot Creek Builders, 749-0207.
Guitar Lessons with Pete Giuliani  
Fun individual or group lessons at my home studio or at Canyon Music Woodworks. Call 385-6713 or visit www.PeteGiuliani.com.
Vacation rental/ home caretakers!  
Competitive pricing and a variety of services offered by an established Durango couple. Contact Tony or Allison at 970-247-1016.
PT/FT Fall Opening
in licensed home day care in Durango. Ages 1½ to 5. Highly fun and educational. Terrific references. Certified teacher with masters in education. 759-9739.
Violin & Fiddle Lessons
25 years experience. Ages 9 and up. All levels. Call Cindi Trautmann at 426-1333. MC and Visa accepted.
Have you ever heard
the things that go bump in the night? Strange happenings you can’t quite explain? If so, call 970-403-4616. Not only are we serious, but we are also free of charge. Durango Paranormal Group.

Hikercise!
Come delight in the Great Outdoors while turning your walking or hiking into a Whole Body experience!  First class free! Please call Mimi at 799.7777 or visit www.hikercise.com
I fix bad haircuts
Happy hair. Happy people. Licensed barber-stylist. Experienced. He - $20. She - $35. 8th & Main at Shampoo. Request Kaye. 247-5620.
Astrology provides the map
for you to connect with who you are and what you came to create. Certified evolutionary astrologer. Lyn Goldberg. 769-1917.
Deeper Solutions Hypnotherapy
Instant motivation. Pick something you want more motivation to do. Stop by for a brief session at only 20-30 min. $10/person, groups are great, 4 p.m., 5 p.m. and 6 p.m. Thurs., July 29, and Thurs. Aug. 5. 1075 Main Ave. Studio #225. Kevin Jones RN,CCHT at 946-3471. Fun, fast and effective.
The Computer Solution
Virus removal, re-formatting, software/hardware, networking problems, Web design, etc. www.computersolutionco.com . Call Brendan 903-4061.
BodyWork
Core Synchronism
A blend of cranial sacral and polarity therapies. Intro offer: $60 for 1st treatment, 2nd treatment free. Book w/Don at Amaya. 247-3939.
Relax and Cool Down
with a massage in an air-conditioned office in downtown Durango! Only $45/hr, $60/1.5 hrs. Gift certificates available. Meg Bush, CMT 970-759-0199.
Wellness Massage
Massage is more than a luxury, it’s maintenance for your body. 1 hour $40. Packages available. Leslie Beals, CMT. 970-759-6547. Member of ABMP.
ForSale
’94 Pop Out Trailer
$10,000 obo. 35-foot, great condition, clean on outside and inside, sleeps up to 7 people. Complete with toilet, stand-up shower, quiet and quaint master bedroom, beautiful mirrored cabinets. Adam at 303-917-1614.
Aspen Trees
closeout prices! 4’-6’ tall burlap-wrapped, ready for a new home. Installation, delivery available. Discount on 4+. 970-449-9470.
Classic 1972 Mercedes Benz
Runs great. 4-door. 4-cylinder engine. $1,950. Drew. 970-247-9376.
Great deal!
Reliant 40 gallon propane hot water heater. $110. 259-4555.
Inflatable Kayak Fleet Sale!
AIRE & ZOIK $495-$699. You Save $250. Only been used 2-3 times. Like new condition. More Info at: www.GravityPlay.com, 970-259-7771.
Carpe Denim
Stop by and see our new inventory of snap shirts, belt buckles, vintage clothing, futons and snuggle bags. 546 E. College Dr. 259-0490.
Beautiful raw wood dollhouse
with box of furniture and figures. $50. Pat 247-3119.
Moots Titanium
YBB 20,” handbuilt in the Rockies. Duuude … it’s a Moots. $999. Sean, 259-7092
Reruns Home Furnishings
Lots of tables and chairs, rugs, lamps and more. 572 E. 6th Ave. 385-7336.
Pets
Willow
is a sweet, senior, female, 38lb Aussie mix, looking for a forever home. Call foster mom Laura at 759-1828 or 247-9645.

RealEstate
Consider
Mancos
Affordable homes. ½ hr. from Durango. Quiet, in-town living. Great library. Natural foods store, farmers market. Contact experienced and knowledgeable broker Bill Stanley.billstanley@ remax.net or 970-749-7671. 1st time home-buyers welcome.
ForRent
Studio for rent
in downtown. No kitchen, shared bathroom. $350/mo. including utilities. 949-350-2126.
Large 1 bedroom apartment
Ground floor of duplex. Quiet neighborhood by river trail and buses. No pets or smokers. $900 includes all utilities. 903-0368.
2-bed, 2 bath
1200 Florida. 2nd floor corner unit, quiet, clean, w/d, fireplace, dw, carport, balcony garden. $975, in cludes w/s/t. Cats? Avail. Sept 1. 970-749-0013.
1 bedroom 1 bath house
in quiet in-town neighborhood. Large yard, W/D, $900 a month plus utilities. No smokers/pets. Available 9/1. 799-2258.
Office Space at Amaya
Looking for a chiropractor (or holistic practitioner) to rent space. Call Don at 769-8389.
2 BD, 1 BA downtown
with washer/dryer hook ups.  Avail. Aug. Trash, sewer, water covered, $1200/month.  No pets, smokers.  Please call 385-4817.
2 bed, 1 bath apt.
No dogs, downtown location, $1100/mo., call 769-1409 for more info.
Comfy 2bed/1bath
760sf mobile on private prop. 1/2mile to Albertsons below Tech Center. $600 single $800 Double occupancy +utils. Pics at: https://accounts.craigslist.org/post/shwpst?pii=1823989454&db=lv. Call 903-9434.
Dance studio for rent
In the Smiley Building. $15/hr. Sound system, mirrors, large, beautiful. 259-4122 or lisa@dancedurango.com
CommunityService
Wheat & Gluten Intolerance
Support Group meets the third Wednesdays of every month at 5:30 p.m. at the Crossroads Building, 1075 Main Ave. All are welcome. E-mail gfindurango@gmail.com for meeting room location or add’l info.
Family and Friends of Alcoholics
Has your life been effected by someone else’s drinking? There is hope and help with the Al-Anon Family Groups. Call 970-259-2982  for local meetings or www.alanon-co.org for meetings throughout Colorado.
Are you a parent
with a child under age 5? Then come explore the Family Center of Durango. We have developmental playgroups, parenting classes, a toy lending library, safe exchange and supervised visits, a family support unit, and more!  Call us at 385-4747 or stop by 489½ Florida Rd.  
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 www.cadenceriding.org or call 749-7433 for more information.
Alzheimer’s Association
Support Groups meet the first and third Wednesday of the month at the Durango/La Plata Senior Center at 10:30 a.m. and the second Tuesday of every month at the Alzheimer’s Association at 7 p.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 $10-$15. 247-8395. 848 E. Third Ave.

In this week's issue...

August 16, 2019
Quick'n'Dirty

• Meetings explore homelessness
• City hosts tour of Roosa upgrades

August 16, 2019
Dirty talk

Conservation groups ask feds to put brakes on e-bikes on nonmotorized public lands

August 8, 2019
Step by step

Over the past several years, Colorado’s elected leaders have tried to tackle the rising cost of healthcare.