Moon duoCatch new duo Loki Moon at 11th Street Station, where Davis Jones and Ashley Edwards will blend celestial sounds with soulful harmonies to create smooth, spacey pop tunes.
Details: April 12, free, 11th Street Station, 1101 Main Ave., eleventhstreetstation.comGirl powerYou can catch the opening reception of “Woman,” a juried art show at Studio &. Artists were asked to explore the broad topic using their own interpretations in any medium. Work from the selected artists will be on display until April 22.
Details: April 13, free, 5 p.m., Studio &, 1027 Main Ave., anddurango.comNew digs In need of some new springtime clothes? The Dyed Poppy, a mobile pop-up boutique, is hitting the streets this week. Stop by the rolling closet to stock up on jumpers, dresses, and other threads suitable for sunshine.
Details: April 14, free, 12 p.m., Farmington, NM, check Facebook for location, facebook.com/dyedpoppy/Afro love The Fort Lewis College Black Student Union is putting on “Embrace Your Beauty: A Black Hair Show” this week. The free event celebrates African descendants and culture, and unifies the community through a symbol of Black pride.
Details: April 15, free, 10 a.m., Fort Lewis College, Student Union, Vallecito Room, 1000 Rim Drive, facebook.com/fortlewiscollegeblackstudentunionBoozy booksIf you prefer to read the same way Hemingway wrote – i.e. while loaded – then it would be wise to make your way to Animas Brewing Co.’s Books and Brews club. The monthly event, hosted by the Durango Public Library, is a non-traditional book club in a beer-filled atmosphere.
Details: April 16, free, 7 p.m,. Animas Brewing Company, 1560 E 2nd Ave., animasbrewing.com