Part of the Southwest Summer Storytelling Series
Location: Delaney Research Library, Center of Southwest Studies
Coordinator: Center of Southwest Studies and American Indian Library Association
Contact: Julie Tapley-Booth, 970-247-7456
Part of the Concert Hall at the Park series
Location: Buckley Park, 12th St and Main Ave, Durango
Coordinator: Community Concert Hall
Contact: email@example.com, 970-247-7657
Location: Dirks Field
Cost: $200/full day, $120/mornings only; pre-registration required
Coordinator: Athletics Department
Contact: Amanda Raso, 720-284-8314, firstname.lastname@example.org
Soccer camp for children ages 5-13. More details at www.goskyhawks.com.
Location: Campus Garden (just north of Center of Southwest Studies)
Coordinator: Environmental Center
Contact: Paula Pletnikoff, email@example.com
Lend a hand and learn all about organic gardening, permaculture, and orchard management, and eat some Campus Garden Grown Goodness!
Location: Bottom of Nature Trail and top of SkySteps (across Rim Drive from Kroeger Hall)
Coordinator: Trails 2000
Contact: Andrea Litzow, 507-261-3015
Attendees of the grand opening should arrive promptly at 5:00 p.m. at the bottom of the Nature Trail for an official ribbon cutting, followed by a hike up the stairs, surprise entertainment along the way, and finish at the top with snacks and cold beverages, courtesy of Trails 2000.
Location: MacPherson Chapel lawn, Rim Drive
Cost: Free entry; $5 for food + drink
Coordinator: Alumni Engagement
Contact: JC Perteet, 970-247-6111
Open to FLC alumni, friends, faculty, staff, and students! Once again, we will offer food, music, and drink to celebrate 4th at the Fort with the climax of Durango's fireworks display at sunset. Pete Giuliani Band will play from 6:45 p.m. until the fireworks begin.