Join us in supporting six Archuleta County nonprofits, including the San Juan Headwaters Forest Health Partnership.
Mountain Studies Institute is a participating partner in San Juan Headwaters, and helps facilitate the group and conduct forest health research. To learn more about Headwaters, go here.
The 19th Hole Concerts pairs a nonprofit with a local music talent on Thursday evenings, 5:30-7:30 PM at The Pagosa Springs Golf Club, June 14 through July 19 to offer a fun evening of entertainment. The cover charge is a $10 donation which supports the six nonprofits selected for the 2018 concerts. Children age 10 and younger get in free. At the end of the series, all proceeds are pooled and distributed equally to the six featured organizations, so please feel free to support any and all concerts in support!
In 2017, the 19th Hole Concerts awarded approximately $1,000 to each of that year’s six organizations. This year, the Archuleta Committee of the Community Foundation anticipates seeing attendance increase and aims to raise $1,200 for each nonprofit.
“Partnering with the Pagosa Springs Golf Club, the 19th Hole Concerts provides our community the opportunity to gather with friends at a beautiful venue for an enjoyable evening of music, while benefitting six great organizations,” says Jan Johnson,Chair of the Archuleta Committee of the Community Foundation serving Southwest Colorado.
As a community facilitator, the Community Foundation serving Southwest Colorado works to increase sustainability and success for nonprofits while maximizing effective grantmaking for philanthropists to make Southwest Colorado a better place to live. The Community Foundation serves Archuleta, Dolores, La Plata, Montezuma and San Juan Counties.
2018 Concert Schedule & Recipients
- June 14 – Bob Hemenger: Dixieland, jazz, blues, soul & pop
- Chimney Rock Interpretive Association
- June 21 – Brooks-i Band: original party rock-n-roll dance music
- San Juan Outdoor Club
- June 28 – The San Juan Mountain Boys: country, folk, pop & old rock
- July 5 – 13th Hour: original rock
- Archuleta Seniors, Inc.
- July 12 – Songs of the Fall: americana
July 19 – J-Calvin’s Soul Sessions: soul-abducting jazz funk
San Juan Headwaters Forest Health Partnership (a Mountain Studies Institute managed partnership)