K-9 social Bring your pooch to Banfield Park for a community dog walk. Introduce Spike and Spot to some new dog friends, and you may even meet some human friends for yourself.
Details: Free, all ages, 11 a.m., Saturday, March 24, Banfield Park, Park Drive, Bayfield
Electric vibrations Animas City Theatre is hosting electronic music festival Live As One’s pre-party, featuring DJs Krunkle Tom, Squoze, and Mtn Menace. Denver producer Bass Physics, who is known for his stylistic variations of electronic rock, funk, hip-hop, and melodic bass, will close out the night.
Details: $15, 18 and up, 8:30 p.m., Saturday, March 24, Animas City Theater, 128 E. College Drive, animascitytheatre.com
March for Our LivesMarch 24 marks a historic day, as kids and families from around the nation will march on Washington and in their hometowns, including here in Durango, to demand safety in schools and an end to gun violence. The march begins at Durango High School and will end at Rotary Park.
Details: Free, all ages, 1 p.m., Saturday, March 24, Durango High School, 2390 Main Ave., marchforourlives.com
Americana musicAlso at the Animas City Theatre is Missoula-based bluegrass band Lil Smokies, a group that weaves in Western influences to create all-American tunes. Don’t be fooled by their acoustic instruments; the Lil Smokies are fast-paced and energetic. Local outfit Stillhouse Junkies will start the night off.
Details: $17, 18 and up, 7 p.m., Sunday, March 25, Animas City Theater, 128 E College Dr., animascitytheatre.com
Adventure timeBackcountry Expierence hosts the third annual Women Outside Adventure Forum. The event showcases adventurers, athletes, authors and more, such as a panel discussions and a screening of “Being Here.” All proceeds benefit outdoor womens program San Juan Mountain SOLES.
Details: Free, all ages, various times and locations, March 27-29, womenoutside.org