Museum grateful for successful dinnerThe La Plata County Historical Society and Animas Museum wish to thank all those who helped with putting together our annual Culinary Heritage Dinner at the Strater Hotel in August.
We appreciate all those who donated food and their time in making this a successful event. Neal Drysdale and Jeremy Foote led the chef’s duty, along with the help of the Strater Hotel staff. Hats off to them.
We wish to thank the museum volunteers and members for setting up the DJ.
We also want to thank all those who attended and those who support the La Plata County Historical Society and Animas Museum. We cannot make it without you.
See you next year at the annual Culinary Heritage Dinner or stop by the Animas Museum and see what is new or what we are all about.
Jeff Hutchinson, director, Animas Museum
Foundation thankful for concert seriesDurango Education Foundation would like to thank the Community Foundation Serving Southwest Colorado and the Rochester Hotel for such a wonderful Community Concert Series season. We were so honored to be chosen as one of the benefiting nonprofits this year.
Special thanks to Tito’s Handmade Vodka, Four Corners Community Bank and Maria’s Bookshop for their sponsorship.
And again, thank you to our gracious hosts at the Rochester Hotel and the Community Foundation Serving Southwest Colorado. We look forward to a fantastic season next year!
Durango Education Foundation board and staff
Friends of the Arts thanks supportersDurango Friends of the Arts is so grateful for all who have worked so hard and donated so much for our biggest annual event, Prospecting for the Arts, A Twilight Affair, Sept. 28 at Prospector Hall.
This event is sold out, with a waiting list.
We have so many people to thank for helping us, so we’ll begin with our sponsors: Alpine Bank, Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad, Durango Motor Co., Sandy and Mike Bruce.
We thank you and appreciate what you do for Durango.
Durango Friends of the Arts