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Rio Rancho, Rio Rancho Home Show 2017 (3/25 - 3/26): From the front door to the backyard, and beyond, you’ll find it all Hundreds of booths full of the top home professionals!

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Albuquerque, 2017 Southwest Chocolate and Coffee Fest (3/25 - 3/26): With over 140 delicious vendors, this is the nation's largest consumer festival for chocolate, coffee, and gourmet foods.

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Portales, The 25th Annual New Mexico Ag Expo (3/24 - 3/25): The New Mexico Ag Expo is the largest show of its kind in New Mexico, with information and contacts on the latest trends in equipment, technology and training.

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Albuquerque, Dervish (3/25): Dervish concert performances are a myriad of tones and moods ranging from high energy tunes, played with fluidity and intuitiveness, to beautifully measured songs, from charming lyrics of life and lov

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Alamogordo, Glow Ball (4/1): 2nd annual Glow Ball Fundraising Tournament

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Albuquerque, //THE COUNT DOWN\\ Wheres Wade? Search Party (4/1): Please come and join us on April 1st at Duke City Sound. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Albuquerque, ¡Baile! Casino del Rueda (Cuban Salsa) Dance Class (10/25 - 4/25): Come learn footwork, partner skills and choreography. No experience necessary.

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Albuquerque, 2017 Southwest Chocolate and Coffee Fest (3/25 - 3/26): With over 140 delicious vendors, this is the nation's largest consumer festival for chocolate, coffee, and gourmet foods.

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Albuquerque, 24th Annual César Chávez Day (4/1): Join the 24th annual César Chávez Day celebration, with a march beginning at 10:00 am and ending at noon at the National Hispanic Cultural Center’s Plaza Mayor.

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Albuquerque, A Painter’s Hand: The Monotypes of Adolph Gottlieb (2/3 - 5/13): A Painter’s Hand: The Monotypes of Adolph Gottlieb offers a look at a largely unexamined aspect of the career of one of the most highly influential thinkers and artists of the 20th century.

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Albuquerque, ABBA The Concert: A Tribute to ABBA (3/26): From classic costumes, to catchy harmonies, get the total ABBA experience with ABBA The Concert.

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Albuquerque, ABQ Bike & Wine Tour (3/25): As the oldest wine-producing region in the United States, our arid climate and mineral-rich soils lend themselves to over 127 varietals.

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Albuquerque, ABQ Trolley X: BaD Tour (3/25): Featured in USA Today, People magazine, LA Times, The Huffington Post, Travel Channel and more, the BaD Tour is back for 2016 and BaDder than ever!

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Albuquerque, Aliento Dance Performance: Fragmentos (3/24 - 3/26): Our relationships with others, objects, places, and the world make up parts of our whole, but in any one moment, are we complete?

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Albuquerque, Art in the Afternoon: Wild Humans (3/25): Enjoy live music at the Albuquerque Museum! There will be food and drink specials provided by Slate at the Museum.

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Albuquerque, Backyard Garden Train Show (3/24 - 3/26): Three interactive loops will be running in the Railroad Garden, so guests will have many opportunities to run multi-car trains!

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Albuquerque, Ballooning for All (3/25): Ballooning for All is a balloon rally for people of all abilities, special needs, and you!

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Albuquerque, Beginning Scene Study with Michael Guajardo (3/27): Acting, interacting, reacting. The elements that go into a scene are many and varied. Unlike auditioning, working with readers, or performing a monologue...

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Albuquerque, Black Joe Lewis & the Honeybears * Dams of the West (3/29): Unable to keep away from the infectious music scene Austin is infamous for, Joe Lewis soaked it all in and soon found himself purchasing his first guitar while working in a pawnshop.

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Albuquerque, Bobby Bradford-Vinny Golia Quartet (3/30): Called "A brilliant melodist" by the Chicago Reader, Bobby Bradford is considered one of the most original trumpet/cornet players to emerge from the avant-garde.

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Albuquerque, Brain Candy Live! (3/31): Television personality Adam Savage and YouTube star Michael Stevens join forces in Brain Candy Live!, a one of a kind show that challenges minds and feeds curiosity.

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Albuquerque, Canto de Las Estrellas (Song of the Stars): Celebrating the Music of Enrique Granados (3/24): Preceding the concert at 6pm, Prof. Walter Clark (UC Riverside) will present an expert lecture entitled, “The Life and Music of Enrique Granados” and Prof.

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Albuquerque, Celebrating Womens Stories (3/30): Please come and join us on March 30th at Sandia Golf Club Hope to see you there!

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Albuquerque, Chain Reaction Scientists at Explora (1/21 - 5/13): For grades 3-5. Build a better scientist! Chain Reaction Scientists will investigate how things move and use that knowledge to build a series of connected actions.

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Albuquerque, Chile Pi (3/31): Acoustic variety duo Chile Pi presents their eclectic mix featuring tight harmonies and blazing guitar at the always-interesting Alien Brewpub in Uptown Albuquerque.

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Albuquerque, CLNkids 9th Annual Breakfast Fundraiser (3/28): Please join us for a breakfast to learn about CLNkids, our mission and all the good the nonprofit is doing for our community.

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Albuquerque, Community Garden Open House (3/25): Come meet the Gardeners, our staff, and the wildlife working and living in and around the Community Garden. There are rows and plots available for new and experienced gardeners.

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Albuquerque, Community Meeting #6: We Stand Together (3/27): Many have walked into OLÉ's doors the past few months looking for answers and have instead found the ways in which a person can be the change they're looking for. We continue moving forward!

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Albuquerque, Dakota Ave (4/1): DAKOTA AVENUE are a young, power-trio based in Manchester, UK. Their distinctive northern twang rings strong through their lyrics and vocals, supported by a powerful duo of drums and bass with some gl

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Albuquerque, Decades: A Prep Party Celebrating 50 Years (4/8): Prep alumni are invited to our "Classroom Crawl" just prior to the start of our DECADES event.

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Albuquerque, Dervish (3/25): Dervish concert performances are a myriad of tones and moods ranging from high energy tunes, played with fluidity and intuitiveness, to beautifully measured songs, from charming lyrics of life and lov

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Albuquerque, Don Curry Tour 2017 at Southwest Pole Dancing Albuquerque, NM (3/26): Please come and join us on March 26th at Southwest Pole Dancing. Hope to see you there!

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Albuquerque, Duke City Gladiators vs. Centex Cavalry (3/25): Professional Indoor Football is BACK in Albuquerque & the Duke City Gladiators are in their 3rd Season! Come cheer on your Duke City Gladiators as they take on the newest team in the league, the Cente

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Albuquerque, Duke City Pedaler: Beer Bike Social Ride (3/25): Take a cruise through Albrewquerque to sample some of the best local suds in the Southwest!

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Albuquerque, Duke City Roller Derby Season Opener (3/25): Join us for our first doubleheader of 2017! We're opening our twelfth season with two games.

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Albuquerque, Earth Hour (3/25): Earth Hour is an event held annually worldwide to encourage individuals, communities, households and businesses to turn off their non-essential lights for one hour as a symbol of commitment toward our

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Albuquerque, Fantasía Fantástica: Imaginative Spaces and Other-Worldly Collage (10/14 - 5/28): Fantasía Fantástica: Imaginative Spaces and Other-Worldly Collage features the fantastical creations of four artists whose works toy with space and expand the parameters of collage.

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Albuquerque, Fiestas de Albuquerque (4/8): Happy Birthday Albuquerque! Celebrate the eras of Albuquerque's history as our beautiful city turns 311 years old.

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Albuquerque, GPAMA Annual Meeting/Convention (3/26): The GPAMA Steering Committee officer elections will be conducted at this time. If you are interested in running, please join us and let your voice be heard!

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Albuquerque, Growing a Scientist at Explora (1/18 - 5/13): Fall in love with science, as you and your child explore together! For ages 2 ½ - 5 yrs.

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Albuquerque, Gruet Winery Tour (3/25): Gruet Winery has been producing award-winning Methode Champenoise sparkling wines from its Albuquerque, NM winery for more than 25 years.

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Albuquerque, Home School Exploration Series at Explora (1/23 - 4/18): For K-8th graders (ages 5-13) Explora's Home School Explorations Series offers your child a semester of weekly, hour-long experiential science, technology, and art programs.

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Albuquerque, Isotopes Day! (4/8): Great deal for members of the HBA. Unlimited food and great seats on opening weekend for the Albuquerque Isotopes. Join us and enjoy great company and a great game!

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Albuquerque, Keys N Krates (4/7): While it may look that way on stage, nothing is ever simple with Keys N Krates. Not when everyone has an equally valid opinion, along with the willingness (no, the all-consuming need) to sit and scrut

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Albuquerque, Kids Easter Jewelry Making (4/1): Kids, make your own professional-quality beaded necklaces and bracelets! Great to wear yourself, or as gifts for friends and family. Fee includes materials for one beaded necklace OR one beaded bracel

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Albuquerque, Kids Rock! Geology Class (4/1): Our Kids' Geology Class introduces basic concepts of geologic time, the rock cycle, types of rocks, and best of all, a chance to see and learn about all the beautiful crystals, minerals, fossils, and

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Albuquerque, La Cumbre Bowling Tournament (3/26): We're hosting a bowling tournament! Play against the La Cumbre employees in this laid back tournament on Sunday afternoon at Silva Lanes. We will be taking over the taps for the event.

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Albuquerque, Lecture & Booksigning: Water is For Fighting Over (3/29): John Fleck, Director, University of New Mexico Water Resources Program As drought, climate change and growing population strain western water supplies, it is easy to slip into a narrative of crisis an

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Albuquerque, Live at the Andaluz: Hillary Smith (3/25): Be prepared to dance this Saturday night with Hillary Smith! Enjoy responsibly: With wine, cocktails and tapas! Could a Mojito be in your future?

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Albuquerque, Lobo Studio Family Workshop: Monotypes & Cut-Outs (3/25): Come explore UNM Art Museum and make art with the whole family! See what is on view in the exhibitions and create your own original monotypes.

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Albuquerque, Los Poblanos Long Table Dining Series: Viva Italia Dinner (3/25): Join us as we continue our popular Long Table Dining Series with our Viva Italia Dinner!

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Albuquerque, Mamas Minerals Kids Spring Break Day Camp (3/28): Choose from up to 4 classes per camp session. Pre-registration required, please call Mama’s Minerals at 505-266-8443 to reserve your spot.

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Albuquerque, Matt Bradford (3/31): With a face like a forklift and the body of an olive (no pimento), Matt Bradford needed an outlet to express his angst and a means to attract the women. Music seemed the perfect avenue, but unfortunat

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Albuquerque, Modern Box Tournament (3/25): Please come and join us on March 25th at Active Imagination Family and Arena. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Albuquerque, Monday Morning Toddler Time at Explora (1/2 - 12/18): Enjoy time each Monday at Explora reserved especially for you and your toddler, ages 4 and under.

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Albuquerque, New Mexico History & Culture Series: Medicinal Plants and Changing Landscapes of Central New Mexico (3/26): We will discuss the properties of some common healing herbs in our area and sample a few herbal remedies.

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Albuquerque, Opening Day (4/1): Join us for games, food and lots of carnival type fun!!!

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Albuquerque, Opera Southwest Performance: Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci (3/26): Pagliacci is a fully-staged opera with orchestra, sung in Italian with English translation supertitles.

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Albuquerque, Orange Blossom Special (4/8): The Orange County-based trio made up of brothers, Anton (guitar/vocals) and Alan Hoetker (bass/vocals) along with the hard hitting Andrew Rivas (drums), takes inspiration from the best of Classic Rock

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Albuquerque, Piano Battle (3/24): Paul Cibis and Andreas Kern bring a unique mix of classical and popular tunes to the stage as the duo goes head-to-head in an epic duel.

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Albuquerque, Pitp (3/25): It's that time of year for the Focus team to thrown down some tracks in the grass.

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Albuquerque, Prehistoric Preschool 2017: Spring Session 2-Science Sleuths (3/24): Science Sleuths: Discover a brand new world of possibilities through the exploration of several exciting fields of science.

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Albuquerque, Protecting Song Birds at Home (3/25): Please pre-register at 897-8831. Learn from the masters at Central New Mexico Audubon Society how to bird proof windows prior to migratory bird season.

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Albuquerque, Recording Southern New Mexico: The Botanical Drawings of Edward Skeats (2/3 - 5/13): Edward Miall Skeats (1858 – 1928) was a chemist, a geologist, an engineer, and, according to his son, a pioneer at heart.

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Albuquerque, Rhone Blends Wine Tasting (3/30): Join us in the loft for 3 generous pours of wine featuring the grapes that originate from one of France's most acclaimed regions. The tasting comes paired with an appetizer prepared.

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Albuquerque, Robo Task Force at Explora (1/24 - 4/25): For grades 3-7. Put your imagination into motion! Join the club and explore construction, materials development, electronics principles, and robotics systems and design.

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Albuquerque, Rock Jong Il (3/31): Opening with the straight up punker “Home,” a pummeler about the desert wasteland in which they live *(they happen to be from Albuquerque, New Mexico, and according to the AndroidVirus, “These are a

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Albuquerque, Shinedown (3/31): Shinedown built their name on rock songs both brutal in power and epic in scope.

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Albuquerque, Siamese (3/30): We are Siamese. We have released 3. albums, won awards, entered the national chart, despite danish radio detesting our shit, and touring the world. We sing about life and love, about deadly sins, abou

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Albuquerque, Southwest Chocolate & Coffee Fest (3/25 - 3/26): The Southwest’s largest gathering of chocolatiers, coffee roasters, tea houses, cake, donut and candy makers, wineries & more.

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Albuquerque, Spanish Olive Oil Tasting (3/29): Olive oil is a key ingredient of Spanish cuisine. This olive oil tasting workshop, organized by Instituto Cervantes and the National Hispanic Cultural Center.

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Albuquerque, Sunday Family Fun (3/26): Enjoy crafts, outdoor activities, and experiments will be offered to deepen your discovery of the natural world.

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Albuquerque, Tablao After Dark (3/25): Tablao After Dark is the newest hidden gem of Albuquerque! Join us after the show to enjoy Sevillan inspired cocktails.

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Albuquerque, Taj Express: The Bollywood Musical Revue (4/14): The new musical revue, Taj Express, brings the spirit of Bollywood live to Popejoy Hall. Enjoy a unique fusion of dance, film, and music exploding with the sights and sounds of India.

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Albuquerque, The 11th Annual Sweet Jazz Concert (3/26): Sid Fendley and friends invite you to join us for a jazz concert, desserts, coffee, and a silent auction to supports Family Promise of Albuquerque's work helping homeless families get back on their fe

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Albuquerque, The 2017 Native American Youth Empowerment Symposium (NYES) (3/27): Our 2017 Native American Youth Empowerment Symposium (NYES) will be to motivate, encourage, and show students how they can become leaders and make a difference in their community.

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Albuquerque, The Porter Draw (4/7): The Porter Draw is an Alt-Country, Americana band from Albuquerque, NM. They have been key contributors to a flourishing New Mexico roots music movement since 2007 and have shared the stage with such

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Albuquerque, The Starz Of Tomorrow: A Youth Extravaganza (3/24): Albuquerque Pride is proud to present a youth EXTRAVAGANZA to spotlight our stellar LGBTIQ talent and showcase up and coming world entertainment at this FREE event.

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Albuquerque, The Wizard of Oz (4/8): The New Mexico Philharmonic once again partners with New Mexico Ballet Company to present a new full length story ballet.

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Albuquerque, Tricklock Companys Revolutions International Theatre Festival (3/11 - 4/1): Join us on March 11 to April 1 for the Tricklock Company's Revolutions International Theatre Festival.

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Albuquerque, WEBS & Grapple Mid Week Program (8/24 - 5/3): WEBS is for our K-3rd grade students who will rotate through the Craft, Game and Surprise Station.

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Albuquerque, Wire Wrapping 101 (4/1): Learn to make all the parts needed to create your own professional quality jewelry. Practice using wire, tools, stones and beads. Add to your own jewelry box, make fabulous gifts or begin your own jew

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Albuquerque, Workshop: Makin Anime Series (3/25): For those of you on the west side or who missed out on our first seminar join Indigo Ignited for a free seminar! Learn the basics of what it takes to make anime and manga.

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Aztec, The Freedom in Music Project (4/1): Come out, have some fun and support this worthy organization!

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Bernalillo, Art along the Rio Grande (4/2): Please join the Friends of Valle de Oro National Wildlife Refuge and the Gutierrez-Hubbel House for a day of Art, Music, Culture, Nature, and Food.

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Clovis, United States Team Roping Championships (3/31 - 4/2): United States Team Roping Championships - New Mexico Championships will be here March 31 - April 2. This event will be free to the public!

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Deming, Vineyard & Winery Tour (3/25): Did you ever wonder how wine was made? Join us for a Vineyard & Winery tour for a behind-the-scenes look and V.I.P. experience!

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Edgewood, Ride for the Cure, Nm (3/25): Join us on March 25th at Wildlife West Nature Park. Hope to see you there!!

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Farmington, Redress: Upcycled Style by Nancy Judd (11/19 - 5/6): At first glance, Judd's creations are stunning and dramatic, appearing as fine couture and refined garments, but a closer look at her recycled fashion takes us deeper into her message.

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Gallup, 2017 Gallup Authors Festival (4/7 - 4/8): On April 7 & 8th 2017, the Octavia Fellin Public Library will be hosting the 3rd Annual Authors Festival. We are currently working on producing a list of visiting authors from New Mexico and the surro

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Glenwood, Whitewater Mesa Fun Kite Flying Picnic (4/1): Whitewater Mesa Fun Kite Flying Picnic Gather up your family and friends and come to Glenwood and join us for the Whitewater Mesa Fun Kite Flying Picnic.

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Hobbs, 2017 Hobbs Downtown Slam & Jam Talent Show Auditions (3/25): March 25th from 2-4pm. Performers needing additional or special equipment must bring their own. Each performer will have up to 5 minutes to audition. Performance entry fees are $5 per act.

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Las Cruces, 3rd Annual Egg Hunt at Ashley Furniture HomeStore (4/8): Ashley Furniture HomeStore, N2 Publishing and Enchanted Sun Realty bring you their 3rd Annual EGG HUNT inside Ashley Furniture HomeStore.

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Las Cruces, BCOM Tachycardic 5K (3/25): Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine, located in Las Cruces, New Mexico, is planning on hosting a friendly 5k run. All proceeds from the event will benefit Mesilla Community of Hope.

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Las Cruces, Priscilla Shirer Simulcast 2017 (4/8): Admission is free and free childcare is available for birth-3rd grade. Doors will open at 8 and coffee with light refreshments will be provided. L

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Placitas, Isalang Studios Spring Hafla, March 25, 2017 (3/25): Dancers, here's a sneak peak at our next theme: Music from Animated Films!

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Portales, The 25th Annual New Mexico Ag Expo (3/24 - 3/25): The New Mexico Ag Expo is the largest show of its kind in New Mexico, with information and contacts on the latest trends in equipment, technology and training.

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Rio Rancho, Rio Rancho Home Show 2017 (3/25 - 3/26): From the front door to the backyard, and beyond, you’ll find it all Hundreds of booths full of the top home professionals!

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Roswell, The Music Man (3/17 - 3/26): There's trouble in River City when a fast-talking salesman gets his heart stolen by the town librarian.

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Santa Ana Pueblo, Fighting for the Cure Gala (4/1): The Gala Committee & New Mexico Board of Directors invite you to join the fight to knock out type 1 diabetes.

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Santa Fe, 25% for Wise Fool Dinner at Cowgirl BBQ (3/28): Join Wise Fool New Mexico and enjoy some delicious eats at Cowgirl BBQ for the 25% Donation Night!

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Santa Fe, Aspen Santa Fe Ballet (4/8): Aspen Santa Fe Ballet brings the heat this winter, as the company unveils the world premiere of a ballet by ASFB newcomer Cherice Barton.

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Santa Fe, Be With Me, a Small Exhibition of Large Paintings (10/29 - 4/30): Centered around the experience of protracted looking at non-objective painting this exhibition features the works of artists Nick Aguayo, Harmony Hammond and John Zurier.

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Santa Fe, Ceremony of Remembrance and Renewal (3/25): All are invited to the Scottish Rite Ceremony of Remembrance and Renewal to be held at 6:30 p.m. on Saturday, March 25 at the Scottish Rite Temple in Santa Fe.

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Santa Fe, Crystal Ball Celebration (3/25): Join us as we celebrate our accomplishments and look forward to our future!

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Santa Fe, Frank Buffalo Hyde: I-Witness Culture (2/3 - 1/7): Artist Frank Buffalo Hyde (Onondaga/Nez Perce) believes it is the artist’s responsibility to represent the times in which they live.

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Santa Fe, Happy Spirits Mixology Experience (3/25): Join mixologist James Reis of Santa Fe Spirits for International Happiness Day at Sunrise Springs and create your own edible cocktails infused with our garden herbs.

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Santa Fe, Lensic Presents Dervish: Magical Music from Ireland (3/26): Dervish is one of Ireland’s most acclaimed bands, featuring the haunting voice of Cathy Jordan and award-winning instrumentalists like Tom Morrow on fiddle, Liam Kelly on lute, and Shane Mitchell on a

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Santa Fe, Lensic Presents National Theatre Live in HD: Twelfth Night (4/13): Tamsin Greig is Malvolia in a new twist on Shakespeare’s classic comedy of mistaken identity. A ship is wrecked on the rocks. Viola is washed ashore but her twin brother Sebastian is lost.

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Santa Fe, Lloyds Treasure Chest : Lloyd’s Treasure Chest in the Neutrogena Wing of the Museum of International Folk Art will reopen on Sunday January 29, 2017.

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Santa Fe, Matt Woods (4/11): Matt Woods is an americana, country and southern roots songwriter from Knoxville, Tennessee who spends a hell of a lot of time on the road, playing his songs for anyone who cares to listen.

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Santa Fe, Mission-Uncharted: New Mexico (4/8): The goal of the competition is finish with the quickest time along with completing the required challenges. The top three teams of every race qualify to enter our Mission-Uncharted Elite Race at the e

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Santa Fe, Moonlight and Magnolias, by Ron Hutchinson (3/16 - 4/2): Catch Moonlight and Magnolias on March 16th to April 2 at The Adobe Rose Theatre in Santa Fe.

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Santa Fe, Out of the Box: The Art of the Cigar (10/7 - 10/7): From the 1880s into the early 20th century, cigar manufacturers provided an avenue for the lithographic arts to flourish.

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Santa Fe, Railyard Art Walk with PSIRENS! (3/31): The evening will feature music by PSIRENS of Matron Records, and the debut of new porcelain dinosaurs by Brett Kern in the form & concept shop.

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Santa Fe, Santa Fe Art Business Summit (4/1 - 4/2): Bridges to Santa Fe and The Arts Business Institute sponsors this two-day art business summit to April 1-2, 2017, taking place at form & concept.

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Santa Fe, Taj Express (4/12): Bollywood, in all its glory, for one extravagant night! Exotic scenes, vibrant costumes, pulsating music, and scintillating choreography will whisk you away to another continent.

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Santa Fe, The Lensic & The Santa Fe Opera present The Met: Live in HD – Idomeneo (3/25): James Levine conducts a rare Met revival of Mozart’s Idomeneo , set in the aftermath of the Trojan War.

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Silver City, 2017 Silver City Bowl For Kids Sake (4/2): Bowl for Kids’ Sake is the single largest annual fundraiser for Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS) nationwide.

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Socorro, Shall We Dance, Socorro? (3/24): Shall We Dance? partners six of Socorro's local celebrities with a professional dancer to learn a 90-second ballroom dance routine.

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Taos, Discount: Spring Hatch Guided Fly Fishing Two-Day Special (4/8): This is one of our favorite products we have in development. Be one of the first to experience this world class multi-day fishing trip through the Middle Box section of the Rio Grande Del Norte Nation

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Taos, Executive Director (3/30): The Taos Shortz Film Fest is a forum that unites short films and filmmakers with the community with the belief that films have the ability to change people's lives.

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Taos, Program 1 (3/30): Select short films from Iran, Iraq, United Arab Emirates, Israel and the USA

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Taos, Salvaged (3/24 - 3/25): Rivers doesn't burn books; she tears them to shreds! David Anthony Fine Art presents Salvaged, a showing of great new works by Kate Rivers.

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Truth Or Consequences, Soaking in the Sacred Sound Current: Playshop & Kirtan (4/1): Enjoy the ancient practices of ecstatic chant, sacred sound and embodied movement designed to unravel modern day stresses and unhealthy imprints to restore and rejuvenate from the inside out.

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Tucumcari, Quay County Friends of NRA Banquet and Fundraiser (4/1): Amongst the fun and fellowship, Friends of NRA events boil down to one goal— fundraising for the future of the shooting sports.

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