Good news! FREE RIDES from SAFERIDE will be available the weekend of June 30-July 2.
Friday and Saturday: 3pm – midnight
Saturday, July 1
2nd Annual Dam Site Wine & Beer Festival
Join Lago Rico
and Point Blanc Taproom, Winery & Pizzeria
for the second-ever Beer & Wine Festival! This all-day event at the Dam Site
will feature live music by masters of funk Merican Slang
(11am-4pm) and local favorites Tudy Romero and the Silver Bullet Band
. Beer & wine, provided by Point Blanc, will be for sale, as will food and wares supplied by participating vendors. The event closes with the big annual fireworks show over the lake! No admission, just bring yourselves and some suncreen and be ready for great music, a beautiful view, and lots of fun. Contact: Will Dooley, Lago Rico, Inc, 575-894-2041, email@example.com
Saturday, July 1
Elephant Butte Fireworks Extravaganza
Come and see the state’s biggest fireworks show reflected off the largest body of water in New Mexico! Every year on the Saturday of the July 4 Holiday Weekend, fireworks are launched over Elephant Butte Lake to celebrate our country’s independence. 2017 fireworks will launch from Rattlesnake Island. Park fees are waived after 6pm for the fireworks display. Rain date: Sunday July 2. Contact: Friends of Elephant Butte Lake State Park
Sunday, July 2
Vaude d’Gras Circus
Vaude D’Gras Circus, a “marvelously entertaining” show, is the work of a New Orleans-based collective that is preserving the historic art of circus, vaudeville style cabaret, sideshow & burlesque. Acts include specialty aerial feats, operatic sideshow stunts, bullwhip cracking, gun slinging, knife throwing, and bottle walking by performers Sarah Stardust, GoGo McGregor, Clay Mazing, Madame Daggers, Guglielmo, and LadyBEAST
herself. Tickets are available online
A pop-up food truck will serve Alligator Tacos made by a New Orleans Chef, and free cold water and lemonade will be available, as well as snacks and face painting for the kids! Local talent and opening acts include the musical duo “Desert Milk” and aerial acrobat Jeannie Ortiz. An after-party will be held at Seba Gallery, 324 Broadway, with live music by Sound Worms (9pm). Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Saturday, July 8
Second Saturday Art Hop
Monday, July 10
Joint Pain & Treatment Options
1-3pm, Senior Center, 360 W. Fourth Street, Truth or Consequences
Dr. Owen Dewitt with Sierra Vista Orthopedics will give a talk and slide presentation on joint pain and treatment options for seniors. After the short talk the floor will open for a question and answer session. Come one come all. Refreshments will be served. Contact: Kathy Elverum, Sierra Vista Hospital
, 575-894-2111 x299, [email@example.com[/email].
Friday, July 28
Live Music: Wait for What?!
Wait for What?!
, wife/husband duo Elane and T David Wiggins, offer an infectious blend of classic rock, sixties pop and original tunes. T David wails on guitar, mandolin, harmonica and vocals, while Elane shines with her soulful voice and percussion. Be prepared for an up-beat summer evening of dancing or toe-tapping to singalong favorites. $10 donation at the door, $5 for SCAC members. Contact: Raul Lombrana, Sierra County Arts Council, 575-740-2676, firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturday, July 29
Hillsboro’s Got Talent?
There’s no question in our mind that it does! Presented by Sierra County Animal Rescue Society, this evening of entertainment promises music! comedy! dance! and a special surprise for all! Sponsored in part by the Lions’ Club of Truth or Consequences. No advance ticket sales, admission is by donation at the door. Refreshments will be provided. Contact: Robbin Brodsky, Sierra County Animal Rescue Society, 575-895-5551, email@example.com
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