DGO’s picks in and around Durango: April 12 to 19
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