Last PSAC gallery exhibit of 2008

The Students of Pierre Mion Exhibit Runs until Oct. 21

This show consists of more than two dozen watercolor pieces, expertly painted by many of Pierre Mion’s students over a two-year time period.

This is the final PSAC exhibit of the 2008 season.

The PSAC Gallery at Town Park is open Tuesday through Sunday from noon to 4 p.m.

For more information call 264-5020 and visit our Web site at for additional event information, photographs and more. The gallery will close Oct. 22. Please e-mail us at or leave a message at 264-5020 and we will get back to you.

Hospital art sponsors

The Pagosa Mountain Hospital Art Exhibit runs until Nov. 18.

We continually encourage sponsors and donors to come forward. Donations from $1 and up are welcome and there are donation envelopes, as well as a drop box, at the hospital’s front reception area for your convenience.

Thank you for whatever amount you can donate in order to provide “Healing Art” for our hospital.

“Clue, The Musical!”

“Clue, The Musical!” a dinner theatre offering, will take the stage Oct. 23, 24 and 25 at 6:30 p.m. at the Pagosa Lakes Clubhouse.

This is a show based on CLUE, the world’s most popular board game, second in the United States only to Monopoly.

“Clue, The Musical!” marks the first time a board game has ever been brought to life on the stage and follows the game’s six well known “suspects” as they sing and dance their way through mayhem and murder in six rooms of the Boddy mansion. Guest participation is encouraged as the suspect, room and weapon will change each night based on the Clue cards drawn by audience volunteers. The audience, gets a chance to play along on a tally sheet and deduce who dunnit, in which room and with what weapon.

PSAC workshop calendar

All of the workshop classes are held in the Arts and Crafts Room of the community center.

Call PSAC at 264-5020 to register for any of the classes. Classes may be paid by credit card at the time of registration to reserve your spot. Please note: You must be pre-registered for all classes. If a class is cancelled, for some reason, we would have no way of contacting people who wish to drop in without a name and phone number on file.

• Nov. 8 — Beading with Lizz.

• Nov. 15 — Saturday drawing with Randall Davis. The subject of this class will be a barn in perspective. The class will be held from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. and you must pre-register.

Plein Air Painters of Pagosa

Landscape painters who work in any medium are invited to join the Plein Air Painters of Pagosa (PAPP). 

Inspired by the long tradition of artists meeting and painting together, PAPP members paint regularly in a friendly atmosphere, supporting and encouraging each other’s efforts — and have a lot of fun in the process.  Artists at any level are welcome.

The PAPP meets on the first Wednesday of each month from 10 am until after lunch, at various locations in the Pagosa area. Meet at 10 a.m. — bring your lunch, and a friend, if you know anyone interested.

For more information, contact Jean Smith at 264- 6647.

Gift items from Pagosa Country

The 2009 Pagosa Country Calendars are available for sale at the Town Park Gallery. The calendars sell for $8.95 plus tax for non-members and $7.95 plus tax for PSAC members. There are also quantity discounts: 10-24 for $6.95 each and 25-plus for $5.95 each.

Photography Club

The Photography Club meets the second Wednesday of each month during the club year from September through May. Interested photography enthusiasts are welcome to attend at no charge for the first meeting.  Any and all are invited to join for annual dues of $20 for single individuals and $30 for family membership. For more information, contact club president Tom Peterson at or 264-1220.

Watercolor Club

The Watercolor Club normally meets the third Thursday of each month at 10 a.m. in the Arts and Crafts Room at the community center. Watercolorists at all levels are provided the opportunity to use the room for the day. Attending members contribute $5 for use of the space. Attendees should bring a bag lunch, their supplies and a willingness to have a fun creative day. New participants are always welcome.