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Durango's BIGGEST Christmas Party and shopping day of the year! This all-day and all-evening holiday celebration features over 100 participating businesses- all with their own discounts, raffles, holidays refreshments, parties, and so much more!

Featuring live music and entertainment all over downtown Durango, the 16th Annual Noel Night will surely put you in the holiday spirit.

Start your holiday shopping off right- The LOCAL Way!

When: Friday, December 7th
Time: 10am-9pm
Where: Downtown Durango

Visit http://bit.ly/2UqogwA for more information!
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As is now a tradition at the Community Concert Hall, the magical holiday ballet, “Nutcracker,” performed by the highly-acclaimed State Street Ballet of Santa Barbara, will usher in the holidays with two matinee and two evening performances.

The ballet will be accompanied by a live orchestra, as the San Juan Symphony is set to perform. See you there tonight!
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Happening tomorrow and thoughout the weekend! The Studio & Gallery hosts the Bizarre Bazaar, which is a cross between a holiday bazaar and a Turkish bazaar.

They fill their space with 23 local artists who are selling their creations. The Bizarre Bazaar is a great place to buy unique gifts directly from the people who made them.

This year the Bizarre Bazaar will be:
Friday, December 7 – 10a-9p
Saturday, December 8 - 10a-6p
Sunday, December 9 - 10a-3p
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#ThorowbackThursday Halloween in Durango! 🎃
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Happening tonight! Join Lou from The Dancing Butterfly for Dance Lessons from 6:30-8pm at the Wild Horse Saloon! And then stay and play for a while with Latin Social nights!
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A fun piece of Durango History - Over a century ago, the City's workhorses had to eat and had to rest...

On December 1, 1914, Durango’s City Council agreed to pay Mr. H. H. Kettlewell to pasture up to 4 horses at $1.50 per month per horse for common pasture, plus $5 per head per month for pasturage, feeding and stabling at night.
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Here I am inspecting the new insulation installed by the seller for my buyer! I'll go #aboveandbeyond for you!
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Happening tommorow - Holiday arts and crafts festival. Come meet the creative people from the 4-corners!
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🥾🏔🏕 Hiking on the Colorado Trail near Molas Pass ... We are up around 12,000 ft altitude in this photo!
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Did you know that the Grand Canyon is only a 5 hour drive from Durango?!
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