Events between 03/20/2017 and 03/31/2017
DURANGO ART CENTER (DAC) Exhibits and Education Programs throughout the winter months; Interactive Sculptural Exhibit: Down the Rabbit Hole; and Spanish Colonials Arts: Origins.
DURANGO ART CENTER (DAC)
802 E 2nd Ave.
The world-renowned Henry Strater Theatre is one of the oldest continually running theatres in Colorado, tallying over 54 years of quality performances. Formally known as the Diamond Circle Theatre.
699 Main Avenue
ANIMAS MUSEUM, events, historic exhibits & tours, special programs, gift shop, November - April Tuesday - Saturday 10 am - 4 pm, 3065 West Second Avenue, Durango CO, 970-259-2402. www.animasmuseum.org
3065 West Second Avenue
in Game Room
TRIVIA NIGHT AT THE MUSEUM – 6:30-8pm at Durango Discovery Museum Are you ready for the tough questions? FREE trivia nights every Thursday. Join a team or build your own.
Durango Discovery Museum
1333 Camino Del Rio
Durango, Colorado 81301
DURANGO & SILVERTON NARROW GAUGE RAILROAD scenic railroad through the remote mountains of southwest Colorado, Cascade Canyon High Noon trains & Polar Express.
479 Main Avenue
LIGHTS free annual show from Dec. 5, 2015 through Jan. 3, 2016, Salmon Park is transformed into a dazzling Celebration of Lights with over 50 lighted displays presented by the Bloomfield Parks & Rec
One of the most fun Casino in the Four Corners, the Ute Mountain Casino is Colorado's Place to Play. Special promotions & events, gift shop filled with essentials for your overnight stay.
Ute Mountain Casino
3 Weeminuche Drive
TOWAOC, Colorado 81334
Offering live horse racing (July 1st-Sept.1) gaming and a restaruant. Come visit and enjoy the best American in the Four Corners over 50 big screens to view your favorite games. 18 or older.
39 Rd. 5568
Farmington, New Mexico
Something for everyone! Bowling & Gaming including Craps, Roulette, Three Card Poker, Texas Hold'em, Omaha Hold'em, gift shops, restaurants, and more! Open 24 hours a day.
14324 State Highway 172 North
Ignacio, Colorado 81137
The museum building houses exhibits detailing a wide swath of local history, exploring the culture of the area’s earliest inhabitants, mining and railroad activities through to present-day Gallup.
300 West Historic U.S. Highway 66
Gallup, New Mexico