Local Briefs

Chinese acrobats to perform Wednesday

A troupe of Chinese acrobats will perform from 11:15 a.m. to noon Wednesday at Columbine Christian School in the Seventh Day Adventist Church building, 1775 Florida Road.

The acrobats perform acrobatic stunts and feats of balance, flexibility, coordination and strength. The cost is $3.

Durango announces holiday closures

This is the city of Durango’s schedule for the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday today:

City administrative offices will be closed including Durango City Hall, River City Hall, Durango Police Station and Substation, Durango/La Plata County Airport, Greenmount Cemetery and Parks & Recreation administrative offices.

Durango Community Recreation Center, Chapman Hill, and the Mason Center will all be open with regular hours and scheduled classes.

Durango Public Library and all its branches will be closed.

Residential and commercial trash and recycling pickup will occur as scheduled with all drop-off locations open, however, Durango Recycling Center will be closed.

The transit and the trolley will run regular schedules on all routes. The Transit Center and cashier window will be open.

Parking meters will be free downtown.

Presentation on organic city parks to be held

The city of Durango will offer a presentation on the Organically Managed Lands Program at 11 a.m. Tuesday in the Windom Room at Durango Community Recreation Center, 2700 Main Ave.

Osborne Organics will present the program and answer questions from the community.

The plan can be viewed by visiting www.durangogov.org and clicking on “Hot Topics.” Nine city parks were selected to be included in the Organically Managed Lands Program.

For more information, call 375-7321 email orrec@ci.durango.co.us.

Herald Staff