Durango Dharma Center expands

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Durango Dharma Center expands

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Elisabeth Peterson leads a meditation in the new Durango Dharma Center on East Third Avenue. The former medical office was remodeled, and the building now houses a meditation hall with room for 250 people, a kitchen, a library and space for child care.
Art appears throughout the Durango Dharma Center’s new space on East Third Avenue. People who attend the center donated $100,000 to help furnish the building.
The Durango Dharma Center has moved to a new facility on East Third Avenue. The leadership chose the location because it is near the Animas River Trail and a Durango Transit stop.
The Durango Dharma Center is now operating its new building at 1800 East Third Ave., near the Durango Public Library. A grand opening will be held from 3 to 5 p.m. Sunday.
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The center will hold a grand opening for the community from 3 to 5 p.m. Sunday at 1800 E. Third Ave., Suite 109.
Regular sitting meditation and a dharma talk is held from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Mondays. A silent meditation is held 5:30 to 6:15 p.m. Thursdays.

Durango Dharma Center expands

Elisabeth Peterson leads a meditation in the new Durango Dharma Center on East Third Avenue. The former medical office was remodeled, and the building now houses a meditation hall with room for 250 people, a kitchen, a library and space for child care.
Art appears throughout the Durango Dharma Center’s new space on East Third Avenue. People who attend the center donated $100,000 to help furnish the building.
The Durango Dharma Center has moved to a new facility on East Third Avenue. The leadership chose the location because it is near the Animas River Trail and a Durango Transit stop.
The Durango Dharma Center is now operating its new building at 1800 East Third Ave., near the Durango Public Library. A grand opening will be held from 3 to 5 p.m. Sunday.
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