The tour bus picks up at 710 Highway 195 in Elephant Butte and at the Holiday Inn Express (2201 F.G. Amin Street) in Truth or Consequences. Tickets are $59 for adults 18 and over, $49 for age 13-17 and $29 for age 12 and under. Reservations are required. More info: bit.ly/TourSpaceport
Everyone’s invited to dances at the Playhouse, where the New Mexico Old Time Fiddlers Association keeps fiddle music alive! Performers include Stan Williams, Wes Burrus and Berry Cox on fiddle, John Tate on guitar, Helen Tate on drums, Larry Nelson on bass, and Snooky Keller on piano. The all-ages fun includes dancing, a door prize, and refreshments. Wheelchair accessible; alcohol and smoking not allowed on the premises. Donations are appreciated. Contact: Zelma Iorio, 575-297-4125,email@example.com.
You don’t have to be a member of the Moose to attend this fun weekly event! It’s for beginners and mainstream dancers; no partner is needed; couples and singles are welcome. "Angels" are available to help you through the steps. Cost: $3 at the door. Contact: Sierra Twirlers Square Dance Club, Carole Wheeler, 575-313-9971,firstname.lastname@example.org.
Local talented musicians and a respectful listening audience make for a satisfying time at this evening of music, song, and story. Sign up ahead of time and the mike is yours for 3 pieces or 15 minutes, whichever ends first. Contact: 575-894-0008.
The Santa Fe Opera will bring their exciting new work, entitled True North, to Truth or Consequences for a rare special performance, featuring sopranos Abigail Mitchell and Rachel Hall, tenor Joshua Dennis, and baritone Andrew Lovato. Sponsored by the Sierra County Arts Council, doors open at 6:30pm. Free. Contact: 575-894-0615, email@example.com.
Join this first-of-its-kind tour for an intimate glimpse into the lives of some of Sierra County’s most interesting folks as they open their studios and farms to share their craft, creations, and passions.
Featured in Truth or Consequences: the homestead of Mikey Sklar and Wendy Tremayne and the studio of Delmas Howe. In Monticello, Jardin del Alma and Old Monticello Organic Farms. Space is limited to 10-12 people. Suggested donation is $50-$100/person (sliding scale) plus participants will receive a 10% discount at participating food venues. Call to reserve. Contact: Dimid Hayes, 505-660-2212, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Learn how to handle major emergencies, like floods or fires, explore the joys of home canning, or, develop an evacuation plan for your family. All branches of Sierra County’s emergency services will be on hand for this free event. Contact: Edd Proft, 505-379-6329.
Galleries, studios, shops and restaurants are open late on the 2nd Saturday of every month. Truth or Consequences MainStreet sponsors the event; check their Second Saturday Art Hop page on Facebook for more information.
Black Cat Books’ Poetry Readings are open to all; you can read or just listen on the 2nd Sunday of every month. Free. Contact: Rhonda Brittan, 575-894-7070.
Virtuoso violinist Jack Glatzer returns to Hillsboro to present a multimedia program entitled "A Musical Voyage from Spain to India," which interweaves his passions for the violin and travel. $5 donation at the door. Contact: Gary Harvell, 575-895-5652,email@example.com.
Kids aged 1-11 years are invited to hunt for eggs on the beach; each age group will search within one of four specially-designated areas. Additionally, two “special” eggs in each age group will contain tokens that are redeemable for prizes from the Easter Bunny. Standard park fees apply. Contact: Jeff Harris, 575-744-5923, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sponsored annually by the Hot Springs Womans Club, this scholarship contest is a favorite event for participants and spectators alike. Miss Fiesta and members of the court are stars at events related to the Truth or Consequences Fiesta celebration, held the first weekend in May. Cost: $5 at the door. Contact: Connie, 575-894-3002.