Tuesday, June 5, 2018


This beautiful Cougar was seen strolling around in Echo Lake Ranch June of 2018.

Friday, April 27, 2018

Celebrate the 4th of July in Pagosa Springs!

Team Pagosa Welcomes You To Celebrate the 4th Of July In Pagosa Springs!

4th of July in Pagosa Springs is a great celebration!  Here is an overview of the festivities taking place Saturday, June 30th - Wednesday, July 4th:

June 25 - July 8th
Open daily until 10pm in Town Park.   Rides, food & carnival games for the entire family!

Park to Park Arts & Crafts Festival
June 30th - 4th
Come out to the 40th Annual "Park to Park" Arts & Crafts Festival downtown along the River Walk Saturday, June 30th - Wednesday, July 4th. With over 70 booths to view and shop, you will always be able to find a great gift for an upcoming event or holiday, or take this opportunity to find something just for yourself. Vendors will consist of woodworking, jewelry, stained glass, photography, fibers, metal work, clay and so much more!

4th of July Parade
July 4th at 10am

Parade Route - Hwy 160 from 8th to 2nd
Come to Pagosa Springs for a hometown Fourth of July Celebration!  Starting at 10am on the 4th of July, the Pagosa Springs Rotary will host their annual Parade to celebrate our country's independence.

Red Ryder Roundup Rodeo
Come out to the 69th Annual Red Ryder Roundup Rodeo featuring cowboys and cowgirls from various states competing for prizes and prize money in this sanctioned rodeo series. Mutton Bustin', cow milking contest, specialty acts and other fun events will perform daily. Rodeo lasts about 2.5 hours. Held at the Western Heritage Event Center Arena & Grounds. Sunday 4pm & Monday 6pm; Adults $10 / Children $6. Rodeo on the 4th will be held at 2pm; Adults $12 / Children $8.

Tenth Annual Pagosa Springs Car Show

The Tenth Annual Pagosa Springs Car Show hosted by the Pagosa Chamber of Commerce is scheduled for June 8th and June 9th on Lewis Street in Downtown Pagosa! The Chamber is thrilled and expects a lively weekend full of the sights and sounds of classic cars. Big Brothers Big Sisters will be promoting the Kool Kids Kustoms area for the show!

On Friday night, the Car Show begins with the Party on Lewis Street, giving spectators their first glimpse at the line up of classic cars, while enjoying live music, food and drinks. The location is on Lewis Street downtown! Friday, June 8th, 5pm-8pm.

On Saturday, the Car Show participants will once again line up at the Show and Shine on Lewis Street for all enthusiasts to admire as they compete for a variety of categories. Live music provided by the Retro Cats Food and drink will be available for spectators on Saturday, June 9th, 9am-3pm.

For more information or to register your vehicle for this event, please visit pagosachamber.com/car-show/

There will be a few of us from Team Pagosa Realty Group showing our classic cars and we look forward to seeing you!

Tuesday, April 17, 2018

What Is The Significance Of The Teal Ribbons Around Town?

Question: What Is The Significance Of The Teal Ribbons Around Town?

Answer: Teal Is The Color Which Represents Sexual Assault Awareness Month
The streets of Pagosa Springs are lined with teal ribbons as a visual reminder that unfortunately, there are people who experience physical, emotional and sexual abuse. Rise Above Violence raises awareness about this important issue in our community. Preventing acts of sexual violence starts with sharing with our community and providing education. 
Archuleta County Victim Assistance Program  or ACVAP promotes the belief that all people have the right to live free from violence. They provide support and advocacy services for victims of domestic abuse, sexual assault and other inter personal violence. ACVAP has trained advocates that provide 24-hour assistance with emergency needs, crisis intervention, transportation, advocacy (including court), counseling, information and referral. Bi-monthly support groups for women, children and teens are available. Professional trainers uphold lasting community change through violence prevention education programs aimed at youth, specialized training to targeted audiences, and outreach efforts and events for the community. All ACVAP services are free and confidential in both Spanish and English
Statistics show that one in three teens in the U.S. experience physical, emotional or sexual abuse. Women between the ages of 16 and 24 experience the highest rate of intimate partner violence. Sadly, only 18 percent of teens affected by relationship violence ever tell anyone. Everyone deserves love and respect. Let’s work together to support cultivating healthy, safe and respectful relationships.
For more information, visit www.acvap.org or, for support, call our 24-hour local hotline at 264-9075.

Thursday, April 12, 2018

Please join us this Saturday for the Grand Opening Celebration & Ribbon Cutting at Pagosa Play Place!


Please join us this Saturday for the Grand Opening Celebration & Ribbon Cutting at Pagosa Play Place! This amazing PLAY PLACE is conveniently located just off of Highway 160 in Aspen Village on Cornerstone Avenue next to Team Pagosa Realty!

Bring your kids in and we'll have games, activities, snacks, and LIVE MUSIC by Country Thunder! Come out and enjoy the FUN!