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May
4
Sat
Los Ranchos Growers’ and Art Markets @ Los Ranchos Growers' Market & Art Market
May 4 – Nov 9 all-day

Los Ranchos Growers’ and Art Markets

Regular Season, May 4 – November 9, 2019

Winter Markets: 2nd Saturday of the month, Dec – April, 10 am – noon 

Market Tables Note:  Lots of fresh local produce and products!

Carrots, leeks, apples, beets, Jerusalem artichokes, radishes, turnips, assorted greens, onions, garlic, seasonal plants, eggs, jams/jellies, various pastries (regular and gluten free), honey, local products, burritos, popcorn, hot coffee, and more!

Artists

The Los Ranchos Art Market is a wonderful place to find creative and unique products handcrafted by New Mexico artists.  Available products include jewelry in various styles and materials, pottery, glass mosaics, wooden home accessories, crocheted hats, toys, and other goodies, wind chimes, soap and other personal care products, quilts and other fabric creations, leather products, batik t-shirts, photographs, wall art in various styles and mediums, metal products, tie dyed wearables, upcycled furniture, pet products, knives, and candles.  There is always something new to discover!

Jun
28
Fri
Entreflamenco Summer @ El Blamenco
Jun 28 @ 7:30 pm – Sep 1 @ 10:00 pm

TICKET PRICES
Section 1 $40/seat, Section 2 $32/seat, Section 3 $25/seat

GROUP DISCOUNTS
Group of 10 or more 10% off  /  Group of 25 or more 15% off

DISCOUNTS FOR CHILDREN (12 and under)
Each child must be accompanied by a ticket-holding adult.
Daily: $25 tickets in all zones.Free admission Thursdays. Call for reservations

 NM RESIDENTS DAY
Thursdays $10 off Sections 1, $5 off  Section 2. Only available at the door. Must present NM ID. Cash Only.
Aug
22
Thu
Southwest Pickers Bluegrass and Old Times Music Annual Festival
Aug 22 – Aug 25 all-day

45th Annual Southwest Pickers Bluegrass & Old Time Music Festival

August 22-25, 2019 – Southwest Pickers & Red River Bluegrass present The 44th Annual Southwest Pickers Bluegrass and Old Times Music Festival.
At this annual event you can look forward to bluegrass, old time and americana bands, instructional workshops, dancing, food, beer garden and vendors. Join us at various Venues accross town to be a part of this exciting annual event!

The Annual Great American Duck Race, Deming @ Courthouse Park
Aug 22 – Aug 25 all-day

Great American Duck Race

Thursday, August 22
Evening Luna County Skate Competition Deming Skate Park (Matt Robinson 575-546-0494)
6:30pm  Mizkan America, Inc Duck Royalty Pageant

Friday, August 23
4 pm Carnival Courthouse Park
All Day (some open) Duck Mart/Vendors Courthouse Park
4-8 pm Entertainment/Stage Area Courthouse Park
6:30pm Sponsor Party/Dinner Mimbres Valley Special Events Center

Saturday, August 24
All Day Carnival Courthouse Park
All Day Duck Mart/Vendors Courthouse Park
All Day Slow Pitch Tournament Hooten Complex
7am Hot Air Balloon Mass Ascension Deming Soccer Field
10am Tournament of Ducks Parade Downtown Deming
10am Great American Horseshoe Tournament Courthouse Park (Tommy Esquivel 575-494-1890)
11am-2 pm 1st United Methodist Church Barbecue Granite & Buckeye – delivery available- 546-2791
12N-8p Entertainment/Stage Area Courthouse Park
12N-4 pm ($5 entry) Live Duck Race/Water Race McKinley Duck Downs
2pm Great American Tortilla Toss Poplar Street
5:30pm Great American Outhouse Race Silver Street
5:30-7pm ($5 entry) Evening Duck Race/Water Race McKinley Duck Downs
8:00pm Duck Dance Adobe Deli ($10 Admission, Free Admission for sponsors wearing sponsor shirt)
**Pets, with the exception of service animals with paperwork, are not allowed at the Park. 

Sunday, August 25
All Day Carnival Courthouse Park
All Day Duck Mart/Vendors Courthouse Park
All Day Slow Pitch Tournament Hooten Complex
7am Hot Air Balloon Mass Ascension Deming Soccer Field
10 am Great American Washers Tournament Courthouse Park (Tommy Esquivel 575-494-1890)
12N-6p  Entertainment/Stage Area Courthouse Park
12N-6p St. Clair Winery Beer & Wine Garden Courthouse Park
12N ($5 entry) Live Duck Race/Water Race McKinley Duck Downs
3pm Duck Race eliminations/finals McKinley Duck Downs
**Pets, with the exception of service animals with paperwork, are not allow at the Park. Pets can be left at the kennel. Donations appreciated. 

Pueblo Harvest Party on the Patio @ Pueblo Harvest
Aug 22 @ 6:30 pm – 10:00 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.

7-5 Baracutanga, Latin, World

7-6 Tylor Brandon Band, Country

7-11 Son Como Son, Salsa Cuban Style

7-12 Funk of the West, Blues, Soul, Funk

7-13 On Tap, Covers of R&B/Soul/Funk

7-18 Calle 66, Salsa

7-19 DCN Project, Covers of R&B/Funk/Classic Rock

7-20 Raven and the Sweet Potato Pie Band, Blues

7-25 Nosotros, Salsa

7-26 The Incredible Woodpeckers, Classic Rock/Blues/Reggae

7-27 Memphis P. Tails, Blues

8/1 – Terra Plena, salsa, merengue, cha-cha, bolero, and timba
8/2 – Silver Crow Asylum Band,  Americana
8/3 – Rhythm Divine, Rock, Blues, Country
8/8 – Son Como Son, Salsa Cuban Style
8/9 – Monica & The KREW, Old School, Spanish, Country, RnB, Top 40, Latin & Oldies
8/10 – John Patrick Nieto, Blues, Jazz
8/15 – Nosotros, Salsa
8/16 – TBD, 
8/17 – Ron Crowder Band, Retro Rock and Soul
8/22 – Calle 66, Salsa
8/23 – Felix Y Los Gatos, Zydeco, Tejano, Django Swing, Blues
8/24 – DCN Project, Covers of R&B/Funk/Classic Rock
8/29 – IVON ULIBARRI & Café Mocha, Salsa
8/30 – Funk of the West, Funk, Soul, Blues
8/31 – Memphis P. Tails, Blues

Aug
23
Fri
Annual Summer Wine Festival – Taos Ski Valley @ Taos Ski Valley
Aug 23 – Aug 25 all-day

Mark your calendar for the 3rd Annual Summer Wine Festival at Taos Ski Valley, August 23rd – 25th. Wine tastings, food, hiking, live music and more will fill your weekend in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains.

Festival Rates  

Friday Dine Around Pass $150
Saturday Full Pass $125
2-Day Weekend Pass $255
Saturday Grand Tasting

*only valid for Grand Tasting, no extra activities

$70

*All rates are inclusive of service charge and tax

Participants MUST be 21+ to participate in any Wine Fest Events

CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE YOUR TICKETS

  • Online tickets sales are open until Thursday, August 22nd @ 11pm MST
  • Day of tickets available pending space

 

Schedule of Events

Friday, August 23:

3:00pm – 6:00pm: Guest Welcome Check-In & Registration

  • Glass of sparkling wine given upon check-in provided by Vega Barcelona Cava NV

5:00pm – 9:00pm: Wine & Dine Around

An interactive dinner through Taos Ski Valley.  Amuse-bouche & one course paired with wine served at three of Taos Ski Valley’s most celebrated culinary & wine restaurants.

  • 192 at The Blake: Broadbent Selections wine paring
  • Blond Bear Tavern: 2016 Domaine Guy Robin Chablis Vieilles Vignes
  • Hondo Restaurant: 2012 Bodegas LAN ‘Lanciano Vineyard’ Reserva
  • 9:00pm: End with dessert served in plaza with live music

9:00pm: Dessert, Live Music and Stargazing in the Plaza

  • Live music by Classical Guitarist Sarah Martinez
  • Stargazing with New Mexico’s Largest Telescope and Geoff Goins of Night Sky Adventures

 

Saturday, August 24:

7:30am – 10:00am: Breakfast around Taos Ski Valley

  • Not included in ticket price

8:00am – 5:00pm: Guest Welcome Check-In & Registration

9:00am – 12:00pm: Activities in Taos Ski Valley

  • Hiking, Climbing, Horseback Riding & Fly Fishing Clinics
    • SPACE IS LIMITED
    • After you purchase your ticket you may sign up for additional activities HERE

10:00am – 11:00am: Yoga & Wine in Plaza by  Broadbent Vinho Verde & Badenhorst ‘Secateurs’ Rose

  • Please bring your own mat

12:00pm – 2:00pm: Wine & Swine Lunch

  • Lunch at Taos Ski Valley Resort Plaza
  • Live Music by Robert Quijano

3:00pm – 4:00pm: Chocolate & Wine Class presented by Chokola

  • SPACE IS LIMITED
  • After you purchase your ticket you may sign up for additional activities HERE

5:00pm – 7:30pm: Taos Summer Wine Fest Grand Tasting

  • Resort Center Plaza
  • Live Music

9:00pm: Stargazing in Plaza

  • Stargazing with New Mexico’s Largest Telescope and Geoff Goins of Night Sky Adventures
New Mexico Senior Olympics State Summer Games
Aug 23 – Aug 25 all-day

New Mexico Senior Olympics is dedicated to provide adults 50+ with opportunities for a healthy active lifestyle. Our mission is to promote physical fitness for seniors statewide: provide year-round opportunities and motivation for adults 50+ to participate in local, state and national games. During the year of 2019,  we will host Health Promotion Events, EnhanceFitness Groups, Indian Game Day (IGD), and Team Tournaments.

New Mexico Senior Olympics Summer Games features over 90 events in 23+ different sports. There are 130+ communities and 22 Local Game Sites across the state encouraging a healthy lifestyle in mature adults 50+ and we encourage our State Senior Olympians to compete with their respected local Senior Games, but all sports/events are open to out-of-state athletes and do not require you to qualify thru locals. New Mexico Senior Olympics also offers State Team Tournaments in Basketball 3 on 3, Softball, and Volleyball, which are also open to out-of-state teams/athletes and do not require you to qualify thru locals. This is the year for the 2019 National Senior Games presented by Humana, happening in Albuquerque, NM.

How to get started: At the State Level, Team Tournament registration is open (Basketball 3-on-3, Volleyball, and Softball) click here for more info. Summer Games registration is currently closed.

Traditional Native Dances @ Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
Aug 23 all-day

Since time immemorial, Pueblo communities have celebrated seasonal cycles through prayer, song, and dance. These dances connect us to our ancestors, community, and traditions while honoring gifts from our Creator. They ensure that life continues and that connections to the past and future are reinforced. The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center is the only place in North America to offer traditional Native American dances every week year-round, showcasing dance groups from the 19 Pueblos of New Mexico, as well as Plains Style, Navajo, Apache, and Hopi dancers.

Every Friday at 2 pm
Saturday & Sunday 11 am & 2 pm

July 19 – 21 Acoma Dance Group (Acoma)
July 26 – 28 Kallestewa Dance Group (Zuni)
August 2 – 4 Sky City Buffalo Ram Dance Group (Acoma)
August 9 – 11 Southern Slam Dance Group (Zia)
August 16 – 18 Cellicion Traditional Dancers (Zuni)
August 23 – 25 Acoma Dance Group (Acoma)
August 30 – Sept. 1 Kallestewa Dance Group (Zuni)

Free for members or with museum admission. Museum Admission is as follows:
Adults – $8.40
Seniors (62 & over) – $6.40
Military (Active & Retired) – $6.40
New Mexico Residents – $6.40
Students/Children (ages 5-17) – $5.40
Children under 5 – Free
Groups (15 or more) – $5.40

Friday Night 5th Street Market @ La Luna Cafe
Aug 23 @ 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm

The Friday Night 5th Street Market features your favorite local growers, artisans, musicians in New Mexico’s newest Farmers Market. Enjoy your favorite adult beverages including local craft beer, and wine while you enjoy our indoor/outdoor market. Located on the grounds of La Luna Bakery & Cafe.

Every week we will feature live music, courtesy of OE Solar, Healthy Food Discount Program, courtesy of La Luna Bakery & Cafe and our Education Station designed to keep the kiddos having fun while learning!! The Education Station is brought to you by ABQ Barkeeps!

 

Due to our extensive network of top music acts such as Reviva, The Riddims and Keith Sanchez & the Moon Thieves, to mention a few, you can enjoy amazing music while you shop from your friends and neighbors and enjoy the beautiful Albuquerque Spring/Summer/Fall weather.

Pueblo Harvest Party on the Patio @ Pueblo Harvest
Aug 23 @ 6:30 pm – 10:00 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.

7-5 Baracutanga, Latin, World

7-6 Tylor Brandon Band, Country

7-11 Son Como Son, Salsa Cuban Style

7-12 Funk of the West, Blues, Soul, Funk

7-13 On Tap, Covers of R&B/Soul/Funk

7-18 Calle 66, Salsa

7-19 DCN Project, Covers of R&B/Funk/Classic Rock

7-20 Raven and the Sweet Potato Pie Band, Blues

7-25 Nosotros, Salsa

7-26 The Incredible Woodpeckers, Classic Rock/Blues/Reggae

7-27 Memphis P. Tails, Blues

8/1 – Terra Plena, salsa, merengue, cha-cha, bolero, and timba
8/2 – Silver Crow Asylum Band,  Americana
8/3 – Rhythm Divine, Rock, Blues, Country
8/8 – Son Como Son, Salsa Cuban Style
8/9 – Monica & The KREW, Old School, Spanish, Country, RnB, Top 40, Latin & Oldies
8/10 – John Patrick Nieto, Blues, Jazz
8/15 – Nosotros, Salsa
8/16 – TBD, 
8/17 – Ron Crowder Band, Retro Rock and Soul
8/22 – Calle 66, Salsa
8/23 – Felix Y Los Gatos, Zydeco, Tejano, Django Swing, Blues
8/24 – DCN Project, Covers of R&B/Funk/Classic Rock
8/29 – IVON ULIBARRI & Café Mocha, Salsa
8/30 – Funk of the West, Funk, Soul, Blues
8/31 – Memphis P. Tails, Blues

Aug
24
Sat
Traditional Native Dances @ Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
Aug 24 all-day

Since time immemorial, Pueblo communities have celebrated seasonal cycles through prayer, song, and dance. These dances connect us to our ancestors, community, and traditions while honoring gifts from our Creator. They ensure that life continues and that connections to the past and future are reinforced. The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center is the only place in North America to offer traditional Native American dances every week year-round, showcasing dance groups from the 19 Pueblos of New Mexico, as well as Plains Style, Navajo, Apache, and Hopi dancers.

Every Friday at 2 pm
Saturday & Sunday 11 am & 2 pm

July 19 – 21 Acoma Dance Group (Acoma)
July 26 – 28 Kallestewa Dance Group (Zuni)
August 2 – 4 Sky City Buffalo Ram Dance Group (Acoma)
August 9 – 11 Southern Slam Dance Group (Zia)
August 16 – 18 Cellicion Traditional Dancers (Zuni)
August 23 – 25 Acoma Dance Group (Acoma)
August 30 – Sept. 1 Kallestewa Dance Group (Zuni)

Free for members or with museum admission. Museum Admission is as follows:
Adults – $8.40
Seniors (62 & over) – $6.40
Military (Active & Retired) – $6.40
New Mexico Residents – $6.40
Students/Children (ages 5-17) – $5.40
Children under 5 – Free
Groups (15 or more) – $5.40

Downtown Albuquerque Growers’ Market @ Robinson Park
Aug 24 @ 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.

Expo New Mexico Flea Market @ EXPO New Mexico
Aug 24 @ 7:00 am – 3:00 pm
BUYING? SELLING? Join the fun at New Mexico’s largest open air market! We are located in Albuquerque at Expo New Mexico Fairgrounds on Central Avenue west of Louisiana Boulevard.
Thousands of people come every Saturday and Sunday. People are buying and selling just about anything and everything you can imagine–old, new, unique, tried and true.
If you have any questions regarding the Flea Market please call
505-319-2849
Hours: Saturday & Sunday 7:00 a.m.- 3:00 p.m.
weather permitting
Santa Fe Farmers’ Market
Aug 24 @ 7:00 am – 11:00 am

 

MARKET HOURS

SATURDAYS – OPEN ALL YEAR LONG
June – September: 7am – 1pm
October – May: 8am – 1pm

TUESDAY MARKET 
MAY through NOV
Hours are always the same as Saturday Market

WEDNESDAY MARKET
JULY through SEPTEMBER
3pm-6pm

SANTA FE FARMERS’ MARKET DEL SUR
JULY through SEPTEMBER
Located at Presbyterian Medical Center, 4801 Beckner Road
Tuesday afternoons 3pm – 6:00pm

Santa Fe Farmer’s Market

1607 Paseo de Peralta, Suite ASanta FeNM87501

505.983.4098info@santafefarmersmarket.com

Leasburg Dam State Park Bird ID Tours @ Leasburg Dam State Park
Aug 24 @ 8:00 am – 10:00 am


Bird ID Tours at Leasburg Dam State Park

Meet volunteer guide CJ Goin at Park Visitor Center for a 2mi. round trip walk and learn to identify resident and migratory bird species. A $5 per vehicle Day Use Fee is required upon entry. Self pay station is located at park entrance and across from Visitor Center.

Sat. August 24, 2019
8am-10am
Meet Volunteer Guide CJ Goin at Park Visitor Center
Cost: Free with paid Day Use or Camping Fee/Permit

Sat. September 21, 2019
8am-10am
Meet Volunteer Guide CJ Goin at Park Visitor Center
Cost: Free with paid Day Use or Camping Fee/Permit

Sat. October 19, 2019
8am-10am
Meet Volunteer Guide CJ Goin at Park Visitor Center
Cost: Free with paid Day Use or Camping Fee/Permit

Sat. November 16, 2019
8am-10am
Meet Volunteer Guide CJ Goin at Park Visitor Center
Cost: Free with paid Day Use or Camping Fee/Permit

Go to www.nmparks.com for map and directions. For directions, including a map, visit http://www.emnrd.state.nm.us/SPD/leasburgdamstatepark.html

12712 State Park Road
Radium Springs, NM 88054
575-524-4068

Farmers & Crafts Market of Las Cruces @ Main Street
Aug 24 @ 8:30 am – 1:00 pm

Morning Markets

Open Saturday and Wednesdays from 8:30 am to 1 pm. 

Explore the bustling atmosphere along 7 city blocks along Main Street Las Cruces, filled with live music,  and wide variety of local along Fresh locally grown produce, farm raised meat, fresh breads, pastries, coffee, and live music fill the air along 7 city blocks of  Downtown on Main Street, with nearly 300 local merchants and goods

MORNING

MARKETS

Saturday & Wednesday

8:30 am to 1pm

[ Downtown ]

Main Street, 7 City Blocks (Sat)

Plaza de Las Cruces (Wed)

Corrales Growers Market
Aug 24 @ 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, April 7th: Final Winter Market, 11AM-1PM

Sunday, April 28: Season Opener and Master Gardener Plant Sale! Music by Rob Roman, 9AM-12PM

Sunday, May 5: Zoltan & the Fortune Tellers, 9AM-12PM

Sunday, May 12: Shelley Morningsong & Fabian Fontanelle, 9AM-12PM

Sunday, May 19: 80 Jackson Street, 9AM-12PM

Sunday, May 26: Lara Manzanares, 9AM-12PM

See our Facebook page notes for the complete season schedule.

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 Rio Rancho: Travel east on Southern Blvd/Meadowlark Lane, past NM-528 into Corrales. Turn north on Corrales Road, and drive approximately half a mile. 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.
Mud and War Run – 2019 Cancelled!!! @ Isleta Amphitheater (On YAFL Fields)
Aug 24 @ 9:00 am – 9:15 am

Event has been cancelled for 2019.

All participants will receive a full refund.  All Sponsors will receive their sponsorship $$$ back.

Summer Family Fun Days @ Bachechi Center
Aug 24 @ 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Weekly crafts, outdoor activities and experiments will deepen your discovery of the world.

Play, learn and explore with the entire family at Summer Family Fun Days at Bachechi Open Space! Each Sunday from noon to 5pm come out for weekly crafts, outdoor activities and experiments that will deep your discovery of the world. Each week will have a unique craft that you can take home.

SUMMER SCHEDULE

J U L Y • Arthropods Abound
Appreciate the arthropods around us by making them a hotel, or help collect data on what insects are outside in the Open Space. Look at under the microscope at a number of specimens or you can hunt for your own to observe.

A U G U S T • Calling all Explorers!
Leave your hesitations at the door and head outside! In this wide-open space, we will guide you through some of the wild and unknown worlds of the park. Climb or crawl, collect data or draw– the goal is to get outdoors, soak in the sun, and discover something new. en bring your inquiries inside where we will put your curiosities to the test.

Starts : Jul 20th 2019, 12:00pm MDT
End: Jul 20th 2019, 05:00pm MDT
Starts : Jul 27th 2019, 12:00pm MDT
End: Jul 27th 2019, 05:00pm MDT
Starts : Aug 3rd 2019, 12:00pm MDT
End: Aug 3rd 2019, 05:00pm MDT
Starts : Aug 10th 2019, 12:00pm MDT
End: Aug 10th 2019, 05:00pm MDT
Starts : Aug 17th 2019, 12:00pm MDT
End: Aug 17th 2019, 05:00pm MDT
Starts : Aug 24th 2019, 12:00pm MDT
End: Aug 24th 2019, 05:00pm MDT
Starts : Aug 31st 2019, 12:00pm MDT
End: Aug 31st 2019, 05:00pm MDT
Leasburg Dam State Park Music & the Stars @ Leasburg Dam State Park
Aug 24 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Music & the Stars
Sat. June 22, 2019
6pm – 8pm (music)  8pm – 9pm (telescope viewing)
Join us for our Monthly Night Sky Program, with two hours of music – Tom Foster Morris ( Folk, Rock, Country), followed by an hour of telescope observation of night sky objects. Volunteers from the Astronomical Society of Las Cruces will be on hand to answer questions. Regular $5 per vehicle Day Use Fee or paid camping permit are required.
Sat. July 20, 2019
6pm – 8pm (music)  8pm – 9pm (telescope viewing)
 Join us for two hours of music – John Hyndman (Bluegrass), followed by an hour of telescope observation of night sky objects. Volunteers from the Astronomical Society of Las Cruces will be on hand to assist visitors.  Regular $5 per vehicle Day Use Fee or paid camping permit are required.
Sat. August 24, 2019
6pm – 8pm (music)  8pm – 9pm (telescope viewing)
 Join us for two hours of music – “The Deming Fusiliers” ( Dennis Daily/ Rus Bradburd ), followed by an hour of telescope observation of night sky objects. Volunteers from the Astronomical Society of Las Cruces will be on hand to assist visitors. Event is free with paid Day Use or Camping permit.
Sat. September 21, 2019
6pm – 8pm (music)  8pm – 9pm (telescope viewing)
 Join us for two hours of music – Nichole Martinez, followed by an hour of telescope observation of night sky objects. Volunteers from the Astronomical Society of Las Cruces will be on hand to assist visitors. Event is free with paid Day Use or Camping permit.
Sat. October 19,2019
 5pm-7pm (music)  7pm – 8pm (telescope viewing)
Join us for two hours of music – Tom Foster Morris (Folk, Country, Western, Rock ), followed by an hour of telescope observation of night sky objects. Volunteers from the Astronomical Society of Las Cruces will be on hand to assist visitors.

Go to www.nmparks.com for map and directions. For directions, including a map, visit http://www.emnrd.state.nm.us/SPD/leasburgdamstatepark.html

12712 State Park Road
Radium Springs, NM 88054
575-524-4068