Artisans Black Friday (and Saturday) at the Pagosa Springs Center for the Arts
Come shop with some of Colorado’s finest artisans for all your Christmas shopping. Delicious goodies, hot spiced wine, magical décor and local music – make this Black Friday the most unique and fun holiday shopping experience. The Pagosa Springs Center for the Arts is a captivating place all year round, but when you add the enchanted element of the holiday season, over 20 artists, potters, jewelers, ornament makers, authors and add in the beautiful music of flautist Jessica Peterson, guitarist Steve Rolig and the smell of hot spiced mulled wine and fresh crepes- it becomes a picture-perfect place to welcome in the holiday season shopping with your closest friends and family under the twinkling lights.
Artisans Black Friday is taking place this November 28th and 29th at the Pagosa Springs Center for the Arts from 11am until 6pm at 2313 Eagle Drive. If you are looking for things to do in Pagosa Springs on Thanksgiving weekend, look no further than this charming event. The Center for the Arts is truly the Center of community life and the heart of Pagosa Springs. Artisans Black Friday is a chance to be surrounded by beauty, meet new friends and enjoy the company of old ones.
This free to the public event kicks off the holiday season at the Center for the Arts and is quickly followed by the Whatchamawhozit’s Children’s Christmas Play on Dec 5th and 6th at 2pm, Thingmajig’s holiday show “CHAPS! A Jingle Jangle Christmas” which runs from December 12th through the 28th, Thingamajig’s Christmas Concert on December 22nd featuring the voices of Jamie Finkenthal (Fantine), Perry Davis Harper (Jean valJean), as well as the dancing of Ryan Hazelbaker (Thingamajig’s Choreographer) and Sam Damare (Beauty and the Beast and A Chorus Line) and finishing off with the New Year’s Eve Masquerade Ball with the Motown band Ron Ivory and One on One –back by popular demand from our Free Summer Concert Series.