A&E Happenings for Feb. 19-21

Courtesy of John F. Kennedy Library

John F. Kennedy, Whitney Young and Henry Steeger in the Oval Office in a scene from “The Powerbroker.” The documentary will be the free monthly Community Cinema feature film Wednesday at the Durango Discovery Museum.

Wednesday, Feb. 20

John Graves & Friends, jazz/standards, 5 p.m., Nello’s Bistro & Espresso Bar, 135 County Center Road, Pagosa Springs, 731-9899.

“The Powerbroker,” Durango Community Cinema/PBS Independent Lens, 5:30 p.m., free, Durango Discovery Museum, 1333 Camino del Rio.

Lacey Black, piano, 5:30 p.m., Lost Dog Bar & Lounge, 1150 Main Ave., 259-0430.

Greg Ryder, 5:30 p.m., Diamond Belle Saloon, 699 Main Ave., 375-7150.

Caitlin Cannon, 6 p.m., Derailed Saloon, 725 Main Ave., 247-5440, www.derailedsaloon.com.

Not A Typical Choir Concert, Fort Lewis College Men’s, Concert and Chamber Choirs, 7 p.m., $5/$1, 247-7657, www.durangoconcerts.com.

Terry Rickard, 7 p.m., Office Spiritorium, 699 Main Ave., 375-7560.

Pub quiz, 8:30 p.m., Irish Embassy Pub, 900 Main Ave., 403-1200.

Thursday, Feb. 21

James J. Pellerite; free master class (flute), 12:20 p.m., Roshong Recital Hall at Fort Lewis College, 247-7087.

“The Colorado Plateau: A Storied Land,” opening reception 5-7 p.m. (free); Craig Childs’ “Land of Ghosts: Travels in Ancient Place,” 7 p.m. ($10), Durango Arts Center, 802 East Second Ave., 259-2606, www.durangoarts.org.

Chili Night with Ace Revel – The Hello Dollface Acoustic 2’o, 5 p.m., Ska Brewing Co., 225 Girard St., 247-5792, www.skabrewing.com.

Trivia Night, 5:30 p.m., Durango Discovery Museum, 1333 Camino del Rio, 259-9234, www.durangodiscovery.org.

“130 Years of Civilizing Durango: The Reading Club of Durango,” by Ann Butler, Life-Long Learning Series, 7 p.m., free, 130 Noble Hall at Fort Lewis College, 247-7401.

Karaoke, 8 p.m., 8th Avenue Tavern, 509 East Eighth Ave., 259-8801.

Robby Overfield, 8:30 p.m., Derailed Saloon, 725 Main Ave., 247-5440, www.derailedsaloon.com.

Salsa Night, 9 p.m., Moe’s, 937 Main Ave., 259-9018.

Ongoing

Southside Artisans Guild presents The Miniature Show, through March 13, Raider Ridge Cafe, 509 East Eighth Ave., 375-9727.

“The Journey is the Destination: The Journals and Photography of Dan Eldon,” through March 28, Open Shutter Gallery, 735 Main Ave., 382-8355, www.openshuttergallery.com.

“Tried and True: Elizabeth Morisette,” weaving/basket making, through Feb. 23, Fort Lewis College Art Gallery, 247-7167.

Watercolors by Barbara O’Connor, through February, Durango Community Recreation Center, 2700 Main Ave.

The Lost Dog Art Spectacle presents Freaks & Geeks, through February, Lost Dog Bar & Lounge, 1150 Main Ave., 259-0430.

Collage by Cecil Touchon, through February, Art Library at Durango Arts Center, 802 East Second Ave., 259-2606, www.durangoarts.org.

The Art of Alexis McLean, through March, ENO, 723 East Second Ave., 385-0105.

“Symbiosis,” paintings by Brenda Grajeda, through Feb. 16, Rochester Hotel, 726 East Second Ave., 385-1920.

“Woven to Wear,” historic Navajo and Puebloan textiles, through May, Fort Lewis College Center of Southwest Studies, 247-7456, http://swcenter.fortlewis.edu.

Far Out

Tim O’Brien with the Lamb Family Band, Feb. 22, SOLD OUT, Durango Arts Center, 802 East Second Ave., 259-2606, www.durangoarts.org.

James J. Pellerite (Native flute) with Rochelle Mann (flute), Katherine Jetter (cello), Jonathan Latta (percussion) and C. Scott Hagler (organ), St. Mark’s Recital Series, Feb. 22, 910 East Third Ave., (800) 838-3006, www.durangorecitals.com.

Durango Film, an Independent Film Festival, Feb. 27 – March 3, 375-7779, www.Durangofilm.org.

Submissions

Submit events at www.durangoherald.com/section/eventsubmit, or fax, mail or deliver a listing for your event to the Herald no later than noon Wednesday for the coming week. Ted Holteen is compiling the calendar: Email him at ted@durangoherald.com.

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