CALENDAR

Sep
29
Sat
Mesilla Valley Maze @ Mesilla Valley Maze
Sep 29 @ 11:00 am – Oct 28 @ 7:00 pm

Plan your visit to Mesilla Valley Maze and experience

Plan your visit to Mesilla Valley Maze and experience
a day of unforgettable adventure and fun!

Enjoy 30+ activities included in the price of admission!

Welcome to New Mexico’s original corn maze and pumpkin patch – and your place for outdoor fall fun! Join us in October for another great season on the farm. Navigate our giant corn maze, pick a pumpkin, take a hayride, or enjoy many of our numerous other activities! Mesilla Valley Maze is a great place for all ages. Groups welcome.

Mesilla Valley Maze opens September 30th! We look forward to seeing you soon!

2018 Season
September 29th – October 28th

Saturdays & Sundays
11AM – 7PM

Oct
1
Mon
Dia de Los Muertos Activities at Explora
Oct 1 – Oct 31 all-day

October 1-31, 2018

Marigold Making, during all open hours at Explora:

Learn to make Paper Marigolds! Donate them for Explora’s parade float in the South Valley Dia de Los Muertos Celebration and Marigold Parade on November 4. Parade details will be posted on http://muertosymarigolds.org/

HOURS:
Mon-Sat: 10 am–6 pm
Sun: 12 pm–6 pm

ADMISSION:

Explora Members: Free
Children (under age 1): Free
Children (ages 1-11): $4
Adults (ages 12-64): $8 Seniors (age 65+, with ID): $5
Students or Military (with ID): $5

Oct
17
Wed
Roswell Jazz Festival @ Chaves County Courthouse
Oct 17 – Oct 21 all-day

RJF 2018 TICKETED EVENTS

WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 17
The Liberty – 312 N. Virginia 575 627-2121
7 – 9 p.m. Josh Ragsdale Presents the Emily Gimble Band

Doors open at 6 p.m.

Tickets must be purchased at thelibertyinc.com.

Stellar Coffee – 315 N. Main 575 623-3711
9 – 11 p.m. Blues in  the Night – Hillary Smith/Chris Dracup Duo.

THURSDAY OCTOBER 18
Pecos Flavors Winery – 412 W. Second 575 627-6265
6 – 7:30 p.m. Xcel Energy Presents: ‘Dem Bones – B.Allred; J. Allred*; Barrett; Simon; Smith (d);Sportiello.

8:30 – 10 p.m. The Jazz Flutist – Hofmann*; Malichi; McSweeny; Redd (v); Piper.

Open seating (Reserved seating only for Donors Quintet level and above. See Sponsor)

First Show-Doors open 1 hour prior to start of performance

2nd Show-Doors open as soon as venue staff has made room ready

FRIDAY OCTOBER 19
Pecos Flavors Winery – 412 W. Second 575 627-6265
5 – 6:30 p.m. Two Pianos and Friends – Allen; Dickerson*; Erickson; Francis*; Malichi; Sandke; Hill Smith; Unsworth.

7:30 – 9 p.m. Sax Appeal – Malichi; Person*; Simon; Sportiello.

Open seating (Reserved seating only for Donors Quintet level and above. See Sponsor)

First Show-Doors open 1 hour prior to start of performance

2nd Show-Doors open as soon as venue staff has made room ready

Anderson Museum of Contemporary Art – 409 E. College Blvd.

575 623-5600
5 – 6:30 p.m. – Jody Leonard Presents ‘Dem Bones: B. Allred; J. Allred*; Barrett; Smith (d); Simon; Sportiello.
7:30 – 9 p.m. Reedman Madness – McSweeny; Peplowski*; Redd (d); Piper.

Open seating (Reserved seating only for Donors Quintet level and above. See Sponsor)

First Show-Doors open 1 hour prior to start of performance

2nd Show-Doors open as soon as venue staff has made room ready

SATURDAY OCTOBER 20
Pecos Flavors Winery – 412 W. Second 575 627-6265
6 – 7:30 p.m. Trumpetology – J Allred; Malichi; Hill Smith; Sandke*; Unsworth Wofford.

8:30 – 10 p.m. The Art of Good Jam – Barrett*; Erickson; McSweeny; Peplowski; Sandke; Smith (d); Hill Smith; Sportiello.

Open seating (Reserved seating only for Donors Quintet level and above. See Sponsor)

First Show-Doors open 1 hour prior to start of performance

2nd Show-Doors open as soon as venue staff has made room ready

Peppers Grill and Bar – 500 N. Main 575 623-1700
6 – 7:30 p.m. It Don’t Mean a Thing If It Ain’t Got That Swing – Allen*; Erickson; B. Allred; Hofmann; Smith (d); McSweeny; Wofford.

8:30 – 10 p.m. Sax Appeal – Wofford; Person*; Redd (d); Simon.

Open seating (Reserved seating only for Donors Quintet level and above. See Sponsor)

First Show-Doors open 1 hour prior to start of performance

2nd Show-Doors open as soon as venue staff has made room ready

SUNDAY OCTOBER 21
Anderson Museum of Contemporary Art – 409 E. College

575-623-5600.
2 – 4 p.m. Donald and Sally Anderson Present: Bosendorfer Biz – Hofmann; Piper; Sportiello; Wofford.

* Band leader

d Drums   v Vibes

 Founded in 2006, the intent of the Roswell Jazz Festival is to provide the people of Southeastern New Mexico and beyond with annual festivals and intervening events that display the artistry of jazz musicians from across the country and which are intended to increase the sense of community by providing all who participate with the opportunity to share and enjoy our own artistic endeavors, to celebrate our jazz roots, and to educate both young and old alike in the jazz traditions of America.
Santa Fe Independent Film Festival @ Lensic Performing Arts Center
Oct 17 – Oct 21 all-day
he 10th Annual Santa Fe Independent Film Festival will commence on Wednesday, October 17, 2018 and close on Sunday October 21, 2018. SFIFF presents five (5) days of independent film screenings, community events and educational workshops.

Venues for the 10th Annual Festival include:
  • Violet Crown
  • Jean Cocteau
  • The Lensic Performance Arts Center
  • CCA
  • The Santa Fe Playhouse
  • The Screen

Santa Fe’s premiere film event presents over 100 films and events each October in downtown Santa Fe.
Oct
19
Fri
Ruidoso Oktoberfest @ Ruidoso Convention Center
Oct 19 – Oct 20 all-day

Ruidoso Oktoberfest. (575) 257-6171; oktoberfestruidoso.com



for more info (575) 257-6171

Location: Ruidoso Convention Center
Ruidoso, New Mexico
(get directions)

brought to you by Special Events Resource Group (SERG)
 and Admiral Beverage Corporation

October 19th and 20th, 2018
This will be our 37th Anniversary!

Friday 5:00 pm till 11:00 p.m.
Saturday 12:00 noon till 11:00 p.m.

for more info (575) 257-6171

Location: Ruidoso Convention Center
Ruidoso, New Mexico
(get directions)

 


The original German Oktoberfest celebration was started in 1810, when King Ludwig I of Bavaria decided to celebrate his marriage with Princess Theresa of Saxony-Hildburghausen in royal style. Originally it was meant to be just a simple horse race event but the Bavarian character quickly took over and it became a happy gathering of cheerful beer drinkers.

Nonprofit Organization · Ruidoso, New Mexico
The Ruidoso Oktoberfest is produced by Special Events Resource Group (SERG). SERG is a non-profit 501c3 New Mexico Corporation formed with the purpose of providing funds to benefit legitimate and recognized Charities and fund Education Scholarships.
Oct
20
Sat
Las Vegas Dia de Los Muertos @ New Mexico Highlands University
Oct 20 all-day

Day of the Dead (Spanish: Día de Muertos)

Dia De Los Muertos is a Mexican holiday celebrated throughout Mexico and around the world in other cultures. The holiday focuses on gatherings of family and friends to pray for and remember friends and family members who have died.

Traditions connected with the holiday include building private altars called ofrendas honoring the deceased using sugar skulls, marigolds, and the favorite foods and beverages of the departed and visiting graves with these as gifts. They also leave possessions of the deceased.

The Day of the Dead celebrations in Mexico can be traced back to a pre-Columbian past. Rituals celebrating the deaths of ancestors had been observed by these civilizations perhaps for as long as 2,500–3,000 years.[3] In the pre-Hispanic era skulls were commonly kept as trophies and displayed during the rituals to symbolize death and rebirth.

The festival that became the modern Day of the Dead fell in the ninth month of the Aztec calendar, about the beginning of August, and was celebrated for an entire month. The festivities were dedicated to the goddess[4] known as the “Lady of the Dead”, corresponding to the modern Catrina.

Dia de Los Muertos

Exhibit of Altars/Ofrendas
Artist’s Reception
6:00pm to 8:00pm
Mariachi Youth Bands/Blessings
La Llorona Skit
Food & Refreshments
Burris Hall, NMHU Campus

Continued Dia de Los Muertos Exhibit
October 23, 2015 – November 5, 2015

Burris Hall

Monday – Friday

9:00am – 4:00pm

La Llorona Festival
More Than a Myth… More Than A Legend…
La Llorona is ever vigilant. Perhaps is is her Maternal Instincts, her Love for Mother Earth
Burris Hall Room 129
2:00pm to 4:00pm

Sponsored by:
Casa de Cultura
New Mexico Highlands University
NMHU Women’s Center
City of Las Vegas

Downtown Albuquerque Growers’ Market @ Robinson Park
Oct 20 @ 7:00 am – 4:00 pm

About Us

Mission Statement 
The Downtown Growers’ Market’s mission is to support and promote local agriculture, small business development and community engagement in order to better the economics, health, wellbeing and education of New Mexico residents and visitors.We’re located in historic Robinson ParkThe Downtown Growers’ Market is run by the DowntownABQ Main Street Initiative. The Market began in 1996, and continues to grow exponentially thanks to our vibrant community. The market is home to over 60 New Mexican growers offering the highest quality produce available in Albuquerque, along with a wide array of talented local artists and a delicious mix of prepared food artisans.

Every week we feature a live band, yoga at 8:45am, community nonprofits, a bike valet service, and lots of community spirit! All are welcome! We accept EBT/SNAP funds {which we’ll double for you!}, that can be processed at our Information Booth, as well as WIC and Senior checks. Also, if you forgot cash- we got you covered! Visit the Info Booth on the east end of the park to learn how you can use your debit card to acquire market tokens.

Green Initiatives


We’re SOLAR POWERED. Positive Energy Solar provides electricity for our band and Java Joe’s espresso machine.

​BIKE to the market! Our neighbors at the Raynold’s Neighborhood Association provide a Bike Valet Service every Saturday starting May 5th. Bike to the market, leave your bike with them, and enjoy a stroll!

We have compost and recycling at Market in an effort to produce no waste. We are looking for volunteers to help with this program. If you are interested, please contact us below.

Corrales Growers Market
Oct 20 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Our Mission

The Corrales Growers’ Market operates to support the traditional agricultural economics of the Village of Corrales and to provide community access to sustainable sources of locally grown food. We support the preservation of farmland, the sustainability of small farms and local agricultural production by providing agricultural producers a marketing facility for the sale of their products directly to consumers.

Upcoming Music and Events

Sunday, August 26th – Sol Calypso

Wednesday, August 29th – Mid-Week Market

Sunday, September 2nd – Joe Gonzales

Wednesday, September 5th – Mid-Week Market

Sunday, September 9th – Mood Swing

Wednesday, September 12th – Mid-Week Market

Sunday, September 16th – Los Radiators

Wednesday September 19th – Mid-Week Market

Sunday, September 23rd – Blue Rose Revival

Visit us in Corrales

500 Jones Rd. Corrales, NM 87048

We are located on Corrales Road, just south of the Post Office. Parking is available on either side of the market, both in the Post Office parking lot and attached gravel lot.

  • Traveling from Albuquerque: Travel north on Coors Road, past Alameda Blvd. Continue north on Corrales Road approximately 2 miles. The Market is located on the left, just before the Post Office.
  • Traveling from Bernalillo: Travel south on NM-528. Turn left on Corrales Road/NM-488 and follow for approximately 4.5 miles. The Market will be located on the right, immediately after the Post Office.
Galloping Grace Youth Ranch Pumpkin Patch @ Santa Ana Star Center
Oct 20 @ 9:00 am – 6:00 pm

Pumpkin Patch 2018

October 1 – October 31

9:00am – 6:00pm

Located in the upper Southwest parking lot of the Star Center in Rio Rancho
(3001 Civic Center Circle NE)

We will close at 12:00pm on Halloween!

The Pumpkin Patch is our biggest and most exciting fundraiser! It’s a family friendly event open every day in October that features fall fun such as a 20’ X 40’ corn pit, harvest maze, scarecrow dress up, tractor races, a roping arena, pumpkin bowling, duck races, a giant slide, mud pie kitchen, putt-putt golf, football toss, cornhole, basketball shoot, fall decor, and of course PUMPKINS!  Plus, each weekend the Pumpkin Patch will also have a petting zoo, and a paintball target arena.

Attendees can select their very own pumpkin to purchase from the on-site patch with over hundreds of choices including specialty pumpkins and gourds, varying in all kinds of sizes and colors.

Admission:
    • Admission only $4 per person
    • 2 & under is free

Paintball Target Arena:

Open Saturdays and Sundays
$3 per round

Petting Zoo:

  • Open Saturdays and Sundays
  • $3 per person
  • 50 cents for animal feed
Solar Fiesta and Community Fair @ Sawmill Community Land Trust Park Plaza
Oct 20 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Event Date

October 20, 2018

Hours

10 AM – 4 PM

Event Location

1710 Bellamah Ave NW (one block north of Explora), Albuquerque, NM

Contact Us

info@nmsolar.org

Maize Maze – ABQ @ Rio Grande Community Farm
Oct 20 @ 11:00 am – 6:00 pm

Join us at the 2018 Maize Maze and Farmstrong Fall Festival!

Get lost in the 8 acre maze cut into a field at the beautiful Los Poblanos Open Space, carve a pumpkin with kids of all ages, enjoy a beer at our beer garden, and dance your pants off to great local bands!

GET LOST IN THE MAZE
EVENT DETAILS

Albuquerque ARTScrawl – Route 66 Artful Saturday
Oct 20 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

ARTFUL SATURDAY
Albuquerque ARTScrawl –
An Artful Saturday event takes place on the third Saturday of every month. The event rotates between Old Town, Route 66, and The Heights so check our listings for each month’s location!

Hops & Harvest @ Marble Brewery
Oct 20 @ 2:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Hops & Harvest

The Downtown Growers’ Market’s annual fundraiser with Marble Brewery.

The Albuquerque Downtown Growers’ Market‘s annual fundraiser “Hops & Harvest” is just around the corner! We invite you to join us at Marble Brewery for brews, raffle prizes, pumpkin painting, delicious food, lively bands and socializing. The Downtown Growers’ Market operates each year on limited funds to cover its numerous costs. We encourage you to come show your support for the Market you know and love. We thank you in advance for your generous contributions and for supporting local agriculture, food and art.

Music Line-Up
2-4:30pm Gitano
5-7pm Leeside
8-11pm Group Therapy

Food Trucks On Site:
Oni Noodles
Malaguena’s

Raffle Prizes! Come try your luck with the raffle, where you could win prizes from local businesses and vendors. You do not have to be present to win.

There will be pumpkin painting from 2-6pm on the upper patio. All supplies provided! $5/pumpkin (larger donations appreciated).

All ages welcome. We look forward to seeing you there!

Pueblo Harvest Party on the Patio @ Pueblo Harvest
Oct 20 @ 6:00 pm – 9:30 pm

 

Pueblo Harvest hosts live music every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday evening year-round. While you listen (and dance!), enjoy a festive taco bar, all-you-can-eat horno-baked pizza, handcrafted signature cocktails, craft beer from award-winning local breweries, and a creative menu of appetizers from our acclaimed culinary team.

Party on the Patio
May through October
Thursday, Friday, & Saturday, 6-9:30 pm
$12 cover
Live music and horno-baked pizza on Pueblo Harvest’s beautiful outdoor patio.

The Dragon Lights Festival – Albuquerque @ Expo New Mexico
Oct 20 @ 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm
OVERVIEW

Formerly known as the New Mexico Chinese Lantern Festival, The Dragon Lights Festival features 30+ larger-than-life illuminated displays crafted by Chinese artisans. Our team of artisans hail from Zigong, Sichuan, China’s cultural capital for the ancient art of lantern-making.

In addition to lanterns, nightly performances, and handicrafts, the event will also offer food and beverages. Our menu includes a variety of Chinese and traditional fair food, as well as assorted beverages.

  • October 5th – 7th”Balloon Fiesta Weekend” –  partnership with Balloon Fiesta
  • October 26th – 28th: “Halloween Weekend – partnership with haunted house
  • November 9th – 11th: “Foodie Weekend” – Extra Food Trucks, Eating Contest, Food Specials
  • November 23rd – 25th: “Fusion Art Weekend” – Partnership with Meow Wolf Santa Fe!
  • November 3th – December 2nd: “Closing Weekend” – Lantern Auction, Presents, Everything Goes NOW!!!

CULTURE

Dragon Lights Albuquerque will illuminate Expo New Mexico with larger-than-life lantern displays. Each lantern is handcrafted by our team of artisans from Zigong, China, which is regarded as China’s cultural capital for the ancient art of lantern-crafting.

In addition to lanterns, nightly performances, and handicrafts, food, beverages, and merchandise will be available for purchase. Our menu includes a variety of Chinese food, traditional fair food, and assorted beverages.

Stage Performance Times

Performance Times
Sunday-Thursday: 6:30 PM, 8:00 PM
Friday and Saturday: 6:30 PM, 8:00 PM, 9:00 PM

Please note that we are closed on Mondays. Our beer garden is open from Friday to Sunday.

Performances are included with ticket purchase.

Chinese Lanterns

This 8-week event will feature 100% new displays with the exception of our signature dragon!

Traditional Handicrafts

Visitors can also enjoy handicraft demonstrations presented by our Chinese artisans. Handicraft demonstrations this year include inner-bottle painting, traditional Chinese calligraphy, and crystal engraving.

Nightly Performances

Our performers have decades of experience and offer a unique glimpse of Chinese stage culture. Some traditional Chinese performance arts featured include face changing, contortion acts, and Chinese Yo-Yo.

Oct
21
Sun
Galloping Grace Youth Ranch Pumpkin Patch @ Santa Ana Star Center
Oct 21 @ 9:00 am – 6:00 pm

Pumpkin Patch 2018

October 1 – October 31

9:00am – 6:00pm

Located in the upper Southwest parking lot of the Star Center in Rio Rancho
(3001 Civic Center Circle NE)

We will close at 12:00pm on Halloween!

The Pumpkin Patch is our biggest and most exciting fundraiser! It’s a family friendly event open every day in October that features fall fun such as a 20’ X 40’ corn pit, harvest maze, scarecrow dress up, tractor races, a roping arena, pumpkin bowling, duck races, a giant slide, mud pie kitchen, putt-putt golf, football toss, cornhole, basketball shoot, fall decor, and of course PUMPKINS!  Plus, each weekend the Pumpkin Patch will also have a petting zoo, and a paintball target arena.

Attendees can select their very own pumpkin to purchase from the on-site patch with over hundreds of choices including specialty pumpkins and gourds, varying in all kinds of sizes and colors.

Admission:
    • Admission only $4 per person
    • 2 & under is free

Paintball Target Arena:

Open Saturdays and Sundays
$3 per round

Petting Zoo:

  • Open Saturdays and Sundays
  • $3 per person
  • 50 cents for animal feed
Rail Yards Market @ Albuquerque Rail Yards - Blacksmith Shop
Oct 21 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

RAIL YARDS MARKET
Come to the Rail Yards Market every Sunday for food, art, music and community. Set in Downtown Albuquerque’s Rail Yards enjoy local artisans, growers and musicians. For an inside look at the market, check out this blog post.

The Rail Yards Market’s mission is to celebrate the cuisine, culture, and art of Albuquerque and the State of New Mexico. Our commitment is to:
• Preserve the legacy of an historic downtown neighborhood.
• Gather the city’s many communities around a shared space.
• Nurture the next generation of local entrepreneurs.
• Create a dynamic hub for Albuquerque’s agricultural and artisanal
communities.
• Promote tourism by providing Albuquerque with a must-see
destination in the heart of downtown.
• Demonstrate one of many potential uses for the Rail Yards site.
• Promote the knowledge and preservation of New Mexico’s heirloom
crop varieties

Event Details

Time: 10am-2pm
Recurrence: Every Sunday
Admission: Free

Location: Blacksmith Shop at the Albuquerque Rail Yard in Barelas

777 1st Street SW, Albuquerque, NM 87102
Phone: 505-600-1109

Maize Maze – ABQ @ Rio Grande Community Farm
Oct 21 @ 11:00 am – 6:00 pm

Join us at the 2018 Maize Maze and Farmstrong Fall Festival!

Get lost in the 8 acre maze cut into a field at the beautiful Los Poblanos Open Space, carve a pumpkin with kids of all ages, enjoy a beer at our beer garden, and dance your pants off to great local bands!

GET LOST IN THE MAZE
EVENT DETAILS

The Dragon Lights Festival – Albuquerque @ Expo New Mexico
Oct 21 @ 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm
OVERVIEW

Formerly known as the New Mexico Chinese Lantern Festival, The Dragon Lights Festival features 30+ larger-than-life illuminated displays crafted by Chinese artisans. Our team of artisans hail from Zigong, Sichuan, China’s cultural capital for the ancient art of lantern-making.

In addition to lanterns, nightly performances, and handicrafts, the event will also offer food and beverages. Our menu includes a variety of Chinese and traditional fair food, as well as assorted beverages.

  • October 5th – 7th”Balloon Fiesta Weekend” –  partnership with Balloon Fiesta
  • October 26th – 28th: “Halloween Weekend – partnership with haunted house
  • November 9th – 11th: “Foodie Weekend” – Extra Food Trucks, Eating Contest, Food Specials
  • November 23rd – 25th: “Fusion Art Weekend” – Partnership with Meow Wolf Santa Fe!
  • November 3th – December 2nd: “Closing Weekend” – Lantern Auction, Presents, Everything Goes NOW!!!

CULTURE

Dragon Lights Albuquerque will illuminate Expo New Mexico with larger-than-life lantern displays. Each lantern is handcrafted by our team of artisans from Zigong, China, which is regarded as China’s cultural capital for the ancient art of lantern-crafting.

In addition to lanterns, nightly performances, and handicrafts, food, beverages, and merchandise will be available for purchase. Our menu includes a variety of Chinese food, traditional fair food, and assorted beverages.

Stage Performance Times

Performance Times
Sunday-Thursday: 6:30 PM, 8:00 PM
Friday and Saturday: 6:30 PM, 8:00 PM, 9:00 PM

Please note that we are closed on Mondays. Our beer garden is open from Friday to Sunday.

Performances are included with ticket purchase.

Chinese Lanterns

This 8-week event will feature 100% new displays with the exception of our signature dragon!

Traditional Handicrafts

Visitors can also enjoy handicraft demonstrations presented by our Chinese artisans. Handicraft demonstrations this year include inner-bottle painting, traditional Chinese calligraphy, and crystal engraving.

Nightly Performances

Our performers have decades of experience and offer a unique glimpse of Chinese stage culture. Some traditional Chinese performance arts featured include face changing, contortion acts, and Chinese Yo-Yo.

Oct
22
Mon
Galloping Grace Youth Ranch Pumpkin Patch @ Santa Ana Star Center
Oct 22 @ 9:00 am – 6:00 pm

Pumpkin Patch 2018

October 1 – October 31

9:00am – 6:00pm

Located in the upper Southwest parking lot of the Star Center in Rio Rancho
(3001 Civic Center Circle NE)

We will close at 12:00pm on Halloween!

The Pumpkin Patch is our biggest and most exciting fundraiser! It’s a family friendly event open every day in October that features fall fun such as a 20’ X 40’ corn pit, harvest maze, scarecrow dress up, tractor races, a roping arena, pumpkin bowling, duck races, a giant slide, mud pie kitchen, putt-putt golf, football toss, cornhole, basketball shoot, fall decor, and of course PUMPKINS!  Plus, each weekend the Pumpkin Patch will also have a petting zoo, and a paintball target arena.

Attendees can select their very own pumpkin to purchase from the on-site patch with over hundreds of choices including specialty pumpkins and gourds, varying in all kinds of sizes and colors.

Admission:
    • Admission only $4 per person
    • 2 & under is free

Paintball Target Arena:

Open Saturdays and Sundays
$3 per round

Petting Zoo:

  • Open Saturdays and Sundays
  • $3 per person
  • 50 cents for animal feed