City’s arts and culture goals take shape

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City’s arts and culture goals take shape

New facilities, greater collaboration touted in draft plan
Traci Lyn Thomas, Erika Beardsley, Danni Lyn Parker, Jessica Jane Hagemeister, Rachel Saul Pollack and Jeannie Wheeldon in a dress rehearsal for Beehive, the ‘60s musical at the Durango Arts Center in 2012. The city of Durango is incorporating an arts and culture section in its comprehensive plan for the first time. Residents have asked for new facilities, in part because of the limitations of the Durango Arts Center.

City’s arts and culture goals take shape

Traci Lyn Thomas, Erika Beardsley, Danni Lyn Parker, Jessica Jane Hagemeister, Rachel Saul Pollack and Jeannie Wheeldon in a dress rehearsal for Beehive, the ‘60s musical at the Durango Arts Center in 2012. The city of Durango is incorporating an arts and culture section in its comprehensive plan for the first time. Residents have asked for new facilities, in part because of the limitations of the Durango Arts Center.
Comprehensive plan workshop

The public can weigh in on the city of Durango’s comprehensive plan update during a workshop from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Wednesday in the Eolus Room of the Durango Community Recreation Center.

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