Here are some extra recourses to help you stay connected to the fire: Please follow the link to read the latest release from the Pagosa Sun:
To get details on the fire, including size please go to the link below, you will need to search for our location on the map: https://data.coloradoan.com/fires/?fbclid=IwAR3uaaKsebpTKOrLqzyFZkgu3z8l5EEPgTPKY5vjmZ3ERU00aJk4ggp0gZc
Citizens can sign up for emergency alerts at: https://www.archuletacounty.org/569/Citizens-Alert
—-Our community is staying connected through this, offering resting places for refuge for our Fire Fighters—-
*The Lost Cajun in Pagosa is offering free meals for all fire crew!
*Sage Eatery is doing the same, including water fill stations and a nice rest stop.
*MEE Hmong Cuisine will be offering free meals for fire fighters as well.
Pagosa is a tight knit and loving community and will continue to support our hero’s during this time. Stay safe and strong and a BIG thank you to all Medical and Fire Personnel, as well as our community for giving back!
We are heading full force into summer! This means there are so many fun things to do here in Pagosa over the weekend, everyone is outside and enjoying the towns events! Come join us.
Starting today May 18th Motel Soco is holding a Trivia night from 6pm-8pm.
Picasso and Vino is hosting a painting party if you aren’t feeling the trivia vibe! Just $38 from 6:30-8:30.
Friday, May 20th 2022
Beverages & Live Music with Public Opinion. For more information & calendar of events https://motelsoco.com/calendar. 5-8pm.
Town of Pagosa Springs Presents ComFest! A free outdoor concert series. 5:30-8:30pm.
Saturday, May 21st 2022
Food, cocktails & live music with Bob Hemenger. Local, soulful smooth jazz saxophonist. 9am-noon.
Experience the healing benefits of harmonic vibrations produced by large gongs, Himalayan singing bowls. More info at http://theedgeofsilenceorg. 1pm.
Other than town events, there is so much to experience around town as well. Check Hiking trails in Pagosa Springs and get outside and enjoy the scenery.
Locals and neighbors have been concerned about the most recent fire burning 7 miles north of the town. We will do our best to keep you updated
With many of our owners not living in the Pagosa Springs area, it can be frightening to hear of the local plumtaw fire, hopefully the following information will help keep you all well informed. I have found that the Pagosa Sun is updating the most frequently. Here is a link to the most current update of the fire:
Beginning about an hour before moonrise, an informative lecture is followed by the music of Charles Martinez’ Native American flute as the full moon rises. The complete package lasts about four hours including check-in, driving to the mesa top, touring the Mesa Village trail, and hiking to the Great House Pueblo. The hike back down the high mesa occurs after dark. Water, flashlights, blanket or mat for ground seating (no chairs) are recommended. not suitable for children under 8. $25.
More info and tickets at https://www.recreation.gov/ticket/facility/234787.
Check-in time for the Early tour/FM/eclipse on the 15th is 6:00 – 6:15 PM. For just the FM/eclipse the check-in is 6:30 – 7:00 PM.
Thursday, May 5th at 7pm.
Pagosa Center for the Arts
2313 Eagle Drive
$25 on Thursday, May 5th – Doors open at 6pm, show starts at 7pm
$30 on Friday and Saturday, May 6th & 7th
$25 on Thursday, May 12th
$35 for final weekend, Friday and Satruday, May 13th & 14th
Recommended age for mature audiences – 14 and up.
Purchase tickets at pagosacenter.org