The Weekender // Nov 22nd - 24th, 2019
If you were hoping to wake up in town to a nice coat of white, you were probably disappointed this morning. Nonetheless, the storm hit the San Juans and you’ve got a chance to play in the snow this weekend. We’ve put together a local’s dream itinerary to how to spend this Saturday filled with food, snow, and beer in the mountains. Does it get more Durango than that?
Local Food for your Thanksgiving - Saturday, 9am - 1pm
If you were hoping to grab locally grown produce, cheese, meat, and other farmers market delicacies for your Thanksgiving table, you’re in luck! The farmers market is making a special return this Saturday to give you the chance to load up on meat, veggies, cheese, and other gifts from local artisans at the La Plata County Fairgrounds.
3 Courses for $25 - Tonight through December, 5:30-10pm
Every night, starting today, leading up to the 25th anniversary, Seasons will be offering a 3 course menu! Each week the menu will be changing so you can keep coming back to fill your belly with new food. This week, the three courses are a caesar salad, Montana Elk 3 cheese lasagna, and a slice of tiramisu.
Expect the Unexpected: Live Music - Saturday, 7-10pm
“Strap in tight for a night with Durango's favorite improvisational amphibians, The Salamander Collective! Be taken on an improvisational journey through space, time, and jazz theory into the unknown depths of the human mind.” Whew, what an introduction. 11th Street Station is hosting this night of mind-bending music. Grab a beer from Ernie’s, and some grub from one of the amazing food trucks on deck and get ready to get down.
Looking to get away for the weekend, or for other spectacular events in Durango during November? Look no further - we’ve highlighted our editor’s choice for events both locally and regionally. Take a peek at what’s happening in Durango and the Four Corners this November.
For more local events, check out these calendars: