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“It’s about music and it’s about people,” area singer/songwriter/musician Chris Sanders said about the Desert Night Acoustic Music Camps coming up in May, August and … more
The Silver City Art Association First Friday Gallery Walk is from 5-7 p.m., May 5. During First Friday walks, SCAA downtown galleries stay open until 7 p.m. to hold receptions, and … more
The New Mexico Farm & Ranch Heritage Museum in Las Cruces celebrates an old tradition with the annual Blessing of the Fields procession on Friday, May 12. At 10 a.m., the colorful procession … more
On May Day weekend, Friday, April 28- Monday, May 1, Silver City Community Theatre (SCCT) is celebrating Shakespeare and spring in Big Ditch Park. more
People who grow irises are always looking for something that makes you say “wow” when you walk into your garden, according to Cynthia Wilson, president of the area branch of the American … more
With a new leadership team and the wisdom and experience of Ted Tufares, past Pride event coordinator still on board, LGBTQ Grant County will stage an inclusive, intergenerational Pride festival that … more
The New Mexico State University Dance Program and the Department of Kinesiology will present “Connections,” a concert of new repertory by Dance Program faculty and graduating seniors … more
Patrice Mutchnick lives full time in the Gila forest. Her ties to the Gila River encircle her with connection to the land, the water and the world, past and future. “I feel personally, as … more
Actor Giancarlo Esposito adapted to the New Mexico landscape, using it as inspiration during the time he was in Albuquerque filming the “Breaking Bad” series. “I had great … more
The Tapestry of Talent Fiber Art Fashion show, a fundraiser for the Southwest Women’s Fiber Arts Collective (SWFAC) features wearable fiber art and accessories. The fiber art fashions made by … more
There is something about walking up the steps into a movie theater. The buzz of the audience, the smell of the fresh popcorn. The remembrance of a simpler time of enjoyment and wonder.Now entering … more
It’s like a trip back to the Old West when you visit the annual Dutch Oven Gathering in Glenwood. There’s great food prepared the old-fashioned way in large cast iron kettles over … more
In the Arenas Valley, right between Silver City and the Grant County mining district towns, a new place has bloomed at 11786 U.S. Highway 180.“Zócalo designates a plaza or meeting place … more
Gallery 925 will feature the work of mixed media artist Gabriele Teich and photographer David Stevenson April 7-30. An opening reception will be held 1-8 p.m. Friday (First Friday), April 7, at … more
Silver City Community Theatre presents Hallie Harris’ “May Day in the Ditch Sonnets” of Shakespeare, Sor Juana and Lope de Vega. Auditions are from 5-6 p.m. Thursday, March 30, … more
Head for the hills in the Gila National Forest for some high-flying fun on Saturday April 1 when the annual Whitewater Mesa Fun Kite Flying Picnic returns to the wide open spaces on the mesa north of … more
Those who haven’t picked up a paintbrush in a long time or maybe never even had an art lesson will find an opportunity to tap into their latent creativity and have fun in a casual and enjoyable … more
Playwright Lauren Gunderson has taken delightful liberties with history to create a funny and thought-provoking show that is the perfect way for Las Cruces audiences to celebrate Women’s … more
The City of Las Cruces Art Board and Las Cruces Public Art Program are looking for artists to compete in the debut of “Chalk the Plaza” sidewalk art competition. The event will be held … more
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