Mommy & Me Playgroup A weekly playgroup for parents with babies up to age one. Get together for information, support and fun! We have guest speakers and interesting topics each week. Every Tuesday at 10 am, locations vary. FREE! La Plata Family Centers Coalition http://www.lpfcc.org/ Call Jenni at 385-4747 for more information.
Womenade, a grassroots organization of La Plata County, provides financial assistance to individuals through one-time grants. The purpose of the grant is to help those who have a temporary and often unexpected financial hardship to overcome to move forward with their lives. All you have to do is bring a potluck dish to share, $25 for the donation fund, and a friend. For more information, contact the women’s resource center at 247-1242.
International Adoption Net Interested in adoption but don’t know where to begin? Thinking about adding another child to your family? Not sure if adoption is right for you and your family? Wondering about the difference between International and Domestic Programs? To answer these questions call Liv MacKenzie, MA, LPC at 970-259-4497
Healthy Hounds & Fat Cats will be offering a Free Puppy Social Hour! Start teaching good socialization to your puppy from the very start. Puppies up to 20 weeks old will be able to play and take part in fun, educational games. Please bring proof of puppy vaccinations. Every Thursday from 6:30-7:30 pm at Healthy Hounds & Fat Cats 21738 HW 160 West Call with any questions: (970) 375-9700 E-mail: email@example.com
Serving Life Chiropractic will offer a free Sign Language Practice Groups. Groups will meet every Wednesday from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. and Sundays 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Meetings will be twice a week to practice sign language skills. You can come to both meetings, drop in or come once a week. These are voiceless, sign language only practice groups. Participants should have some previous experience to participate. Please bring pen, paper and an ASL dictionary and your hands! For more information contact Rachel Kapustka D.C. at 970-422-2032.
Planned Parenthood Do you feel like you need more resources to help you talk to your kids about sex and sexual health? As the country’s largest sex education provider, Planned Parenthood speaks with parents every day about what they can do to keep their teens safe and healthy. For more information about Planned Parenthood’s educational programs, visit http://www.pprm.org/ or stop by the health center located at 47 Suttle Street in Bodo Park.
Turtle Lake Refuge lunches every Tuesday and Friday from 11:11 a.m. to 2:22 p.m. behind Rocky Mountain Retreat
Bright Pink Doors invites teen girls on thursday afternoon to interview successful women in the community. For more information call Christine at 970-903-1939
Yoga Durango offers "an ecstatic Dance & Transformative Movement Journey" offered the 2nd Saturday of each month from 7 to 9 p.m.
Higher Ground has a disscusion group that allows participants to seek spirtual solutions. For more information call Robyn at 970-884-9171
Women's Resource Center is offering "How-To" Workshops on topics that will empower women. For more information call 970-247-1242
Durango Parks and Recreation will host a Kayak night on Tuesday and Thursday. For more information call 970-375-7313
The Animas Museum the museums hour of operation are May - October: Monday Thru Saturday 10 am - 5 pm. November - April: Tuesday Thru Saturday 10 am - 4 pm
La Plata Family Center Are you a parent with a child under 5? then you might want to explore what the Family Center of Durango has to offer.
The Durango Living Wage Campaign meets every Thursday. For more information email Living-Wage-D-G-O@gmail.com
SASO us a non-profit organization ready to help victums of sexual assault and provide educational/prevention programs aimed at increasing public awareness. For more information visit www.durangosaso.org.
Regional Housing Authority Looking to buy a home in La Plata County and not sure what the next step are or where to look for support? Call RHA and find out more about their Homebuyer Education Class at 970-259-1418.
D-SNIP seeks to end the tragedy of unwanted cats and dogs in our community by providing low-cost spay and neuter. For more information call 970-385-5676 or visit www.dsnip.org
The FLC Grub Hub serves food to the hungry every Thursday from 8 AM to 5 PM downstairs in Reed Library room 016. The Grub Hub is free to everyone, all we ask is that you bring your FLC ID and a bag. Come and get some food or give some food! You can contact Charlie at the FLC Grub Hub at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 970-247-7626.
The San Juan County Partnership would like remind our community that across the nation, teen prescription drug abuse is rising. Prescription drugs provide many benefits when used correctly under a doctor’s care. However, when abused they can be just as dangerous as illicit drugs, especially when mixed with alcohol or other drugs. Parents are the first line of defense in helping to prevent teen prescription drug abuse. For more information please contact the San Juan County Partnership at 505-566-5867.
Rocky Mountain Retreat, located at 848 E. 3rd Ave in Durango, will hold a new session of community yoga classes. Classes will be held on Tuesdays from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. and on Wednesday from 9:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. and Wednesday evenings from 5:00 p.m. to 6:15 p.m. Come join for some delightful yoga! Donations are appreciated.
The Early Childhood Council of La Plata County is offering The Incredible Years Parent Class. The class is a free 14 week class designed for parents of 3 to 8 year-old children. For more information contact Lindsay Sherman at 970-247-5960 ext. 20 or by email at email@example.com
The Durango La Plata Senior Center has Medicare counseling on the 2nd Friday of every month from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. To sign up for an appointment call Mandi at 970-382-6428.
Has your child been diagnosed with Autism? If so, this message is for you. Vision disorders can contribute to your child's challenges. Poor eye contact, head movement when reading, even tow walking can be signs of vision problems. Vision screenings can be misleading because they are not designed to test ALL of the visual Skills necessary to accomplish activities of daily living. For more information: visit the Parent Resource Center at CODV dot org, or call Highland Vision Center in Bayfield to schedule an appointment. -Any Time - Gravity Works Vision/ COVD (College of Optometrists in Vision Development) www.covd.org (970)884.2020