A&E Happenings for Oct. 31

SHAUN STANLEY/Durango Herald

Andrew Jagniecki’s “Cornelius and his Worldly Possessions” hangs in the Barbara Conrad Gallery of the Durango Arts Center. The piece is part of the DAC members’ exhibit “Sentinels of Change: Drought in the West.” As part of the exhibit, on Nov. 1 the DAC will host An Evening of Art, Science and Conversation with several guest speakers. A feature preview of the event will appear in Thursday’s Good Earth section of the Herald.

Thursday, Oct. 31 (Halloween)

Biggest Halloween Party Ever (4 p.m.); Rob Webster (7 p.m.), Derailed Pour House, 725 Main Ave., 247-5440.

Angel F*** (Misfits cover band), 5 p.m., Ska Brewing Co., 225 Girard St., 247-5792, www.skabrewing.com.

Trivia Night, 5:30 p.m., Durango Discovery Museum, 1333 Camino del Rio, 259-9234, www.durangodiscovery.org.

The Miserabillies, 5:30 p.m., Diamond Belle Saloon, 699 Main Ave., 375-7150.

Terry Rickard, 7 p.m., 6512, 128 E. College Drive, 247-9083.

Greg Ryder, 7 p.m., Office Spiritorium, 699 Main Ave., 375-7260.

Halloween bash with Vanilla Pop, 8:30 p.m., $10/$15, Henry Strater Theatre, 699 Main Ave., 375-7160, www.henrystratertheatre.com.

Intermediate dance instruction (7-8 p.m., $10, 799-8832); Karaoke, 9 p.m.-close, 8th Avenue Tavern, 509 East Eighth Ave., 259-8801.

Running Out of Road and costume contest, 9 p.m., Carver Brewing Co., 1022 Main Ave., 259-2545, www.carverbrewing.com.

Karaoke, 9 p.m., Wild Horse Saloon, 601 East Second Ave., 375-2568.

Durango Funk All-Stars with Lawn Chair Kings and RD Unit, 8 p.m., $10, Animas City Theatre, 128 E. College Drive, 799-2281, www.animascitytheatre.com.

Night of the Living Dead with DJ Kaztro, Pongas, 121 W. Eighth St., 382-8554.

Ongoing

“Spinning Tales,” new works by Juanita Ainsley, through Nov. 20, Fort Lewis College Art Gallery, 247-7167, www.fortlewis.edu/art/gallery.asp.

The Lost Dog Art Spectacle presents Kelly Black, through Thursday, Lost Dog Bar & Lounge, 1150 Main Ave., 259-0430.

Sentinels of Change: Drought in the West, members’ exhibit (through Nov. 16); also “Recent Works” by Anthony Holmquist (through Thursday in the upstairs Art Library), Durango Arts Center, 802 East Second Ave., 259-2606.

“Patterns of Light,” photography of Michael Yamashita, through Dec. 5, Open Shutter Gallery, 735 Main Ave., 382-8355, www.openshuttergallery.com.

Wilderness photography of Larry Carver, through Nov. 11, Rochester Hotel, 726 East Second Ave., 385-1920.

Southside Artisans Guild presents the art of Indigo Greenleaf, Raider Ridge Café, 509 East Eighth Ave., 375-9727.

“Something for Everyone” by B. Summer Lynch, through Thursday, Pine River Valley Bank, 1701 Main Ave., 385-9583.

Photography of Howard Rachlin, through Nov. 15, Kassidy’s Kitchen, 171 Suttle St., 375-7877, www.howardrachlin.com.

“Woven to Wear: textiles from The Durango Collection,” through May 2014, Center for Southwest Studies at FLC, http://swcenter.fortlewis.edu/index.shtml.

Far Out

John Denver “The Tribute” by the John Adams Band, Nov. 2, $18/$27, Community Concert Hall at FLC, 247-7657, www.durangoconcerts.com.

Contra Dance with Dave & The Stewardesses and caller Wendy Graham, Nov. 2, $10, Park Elementary School, 510 E. Sixth Ave., 385-9292.

The Sadies, Nov. 5, $15/$20, Animas City Theatre, 128 E. College Drive, 799-2281, www.animascitytheatre.com.

Finnders & Youngberg, Nov. 9, $15, Henry Strater Theatre, 699 Main Ave., 375-7160, www.henrystratertheatre.com.

George Clinton & Parliament/Funkadelic, Nov. 16, $25-$45, Sky Ute Casino Resort, Ignacio, (800) 876-7017, www.skyutecasino.com.

Submissions

Submit events at www.durangoherald.com/section/eventsubmit, or fax, mail or deliver a listing for your event to the Herald no later than noon Wednesday for the coming week. Ted Holteen compiles the calendar. Email him at ted@durangoherald.com. Check www.durangoherald.com for updates to the calendar throughout the week.

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