The Weekender

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The Weekender

Some top picks of what to do this weekend in Durango
Aaron Berg, a graduating senior at Fort Lewis College, will have his art on display, along with that of 31 others, starting Friday at FLC.
The artwork of Sherman Nez will be on display at Fort Lewis College’s Graduating Senior Art & Design Majors Exhibition.
Matthew Hanson-Weller, a senior at Fort Lewis College, will be showing his artwork during FLC’s Graduating Senior Art & Design Majors Exhibition. Thirty-two students curated and designed the show.
Balsam Range was named 2014 entertainer of the year and vocal group of the year by the International Bluegrass Music Association. They’re coming for Durango Bluegrass Meltdown, to be held Friday, Saturday and Sunday at various venues around Durango.
The Badly Bent is no stranger to the Durango Bluegrass Meltdown. “Just getting to play on the Strater stage and the Arts Center stage in front of our local hometown fans is probably the highlight,” said Mark Epstein, a musician for The Badly Bent.
Anita Jain gets ready to hang “Whole Gold of the World,” left, and “Memory Like Rain” while preparing for “Dreams and Memories,” a fiber art installation by Aino Kajaniemi, of Finland, that will be on display Friday through Monday at Studio &.
“Cross A Line,” part of “Dreams and Memories,” a fiber art installation by Aino Kajaniemi will be on display Friday through Monday at Studio &.
Brett Masse helps install “Half Way” while preparing for “Dreams and Memories,” a fiber art installation by Aino Kajaniemi that will be on display Friday through Monday at Studio &.
“Autentia 2” is by fiber artist Aino Kajaniemi, Finland’s 2010 textile artist of the year.
Gemma Kavanagh (soprano), Mike Hesse (trumpet) and C. Scott Hagler (piano) will perform Friday at 7 p.m. at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church.

The Weekender

Aaron Berg, a graduating senior at Fort Lewis College, will have his art on display, along with that of 31 others, starting Friday at FLC.
The artwork of Sherman Nez will be on display at Fort Lewis College’s Graduating Senior Art & Design Majors Exhibition.
Matthew Hanson-Weller, a senior at Fort Lewis College, will be showing his artwork during FLC’s Graduating Senior Art & Design Majors Exhibition. Thirty-two students curated and designed the show.
Balsam Range was named 2014 entertainer of the year and vocal group of the year by the International Bluegrass Music Association. They’re coming for Durango Bluegrass Meltdown, to be held Friday, Saturday and Sunday at various venues around Durango.
The Badly Bent is no stranger to the Durango Bluegrass Meltdown. “Just getting to play on the Strater stage and the Arts Center stage in front of our local hometown fans is probably the highlight,” said Mark Epstein, a musician for The Badly Bent.
Anita Jain gets ready to hang “Whole Gold of the World,” left, and “Memory Like Rain” while preparing for “Dreams and Memories,” a fiber art installation by Aino Kajaniemi, of Finland, that will be on display Friday through Monday at Studio &.
“Cross A Line,” part of “Dreams and Memories,” a fiber art installation by Aino Kajaniemi will be on display Friday through Monday at Studio &.
Brett Masse helps install “Half Way” while preparing for “Dreams and Memories,” a fiber art installation by Aino Kajaniemi that will be on display Friday through Monday at Studio &.
“Autentia 2” is by fiber artist Aino Kajaniemi, Finland’s 2010 textile artist of the year.
Gemma Kavanagh (soprano), Mike Hesse (trumpet) and C. Scott Hagler (piano) will perform Friday at 7 p.m. at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church.
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