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Artist Nancy Judd’s traveling exhibit Redress, a stunning selection of couture upcycled fashion, will be on display at the Farmington Museum. Exhibit on display through June 17, 2017.
Come out to Clancy’s Pub every Wednesday for Open Mic Night to share your talent or to simply enjoy an evening of live music.
Ready for a Fun Time!?!? Join Clancy’s Irish Cantina for Trivia Night!! There is no cost to play bring the family or meet up w/ friends. Prizes to WIN!!! First game starts at 6:30pm. This event happens every other Thursday night!
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Come Play Singo! It is Like BINGO with music!
Continuing Farmington’s tradition, the San Juan East Rotary Club will host the 5th annual Healing Field flag display.
Get ideas for your own home landscaping as you tour the Xeriscape Demonstration Gardens at Riverside Nature Center in Animas Park
Area rivers are celebrated with a festival of music, food, activities and entertainment. This festive celebration takes place along the Animas river trails, from Berg Park to Animas Park in Farmington.
Kids 7 to 14, celebrate the start of summer with the Farmington Recreation Center at the new Summer Kick-off Party & Ice Cream Social in Kiwanis Park.
The river parks are the home of over 135 species of birds and you can see many of them on this morning walk starting from Riverside Nature Center in Animas Park.
Join the Farmington Museum for a Museum EdVenture and tour the cultural treasures of the Four Corners!
The 12th Annual Four Corners KidFest is going CRAZY CARTOON!
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The West is a physical region whose landscape is as diverse as its people, but it is also a romanticized notion that has come to symbolize the American experience around the world. Join Farmington Museum to explores the region, from the frontier to the future, to show why the West has played such a pivotal role in world history and how it continues to permeate all aspects of American life, at home and abroad.
Join the Farmington Museum on the terrace by the river each Saturday evening during the summer months for some local live entertainment at the free 15th Annual Summer Terrace Music Series. Don’t forget your folding chair and dancing shoes!
Celebrate summer and local artisans at the Summer Art Walk and enjoy art receptions and open houses throughout “The Heart” of Farmington.
The Farmington American Indian Ambassador pageant gives local Farmington youth an opportunity to present their talent, leadership abilities and desire to represent and serve Farmington’s American Indian community.
The Farmington Growers Market is a public market that brings together locally grown food, hand-made crafts, and our community.
Come support the Park Project and enjoy a car show, craft fair and day full of activities for the entire family.
It’s not rocket science… well, maybe it is….
Enjoy an evening of live entertainment under the stars amidst a natural sandstone amphitheater at Lions Wilderness Park Amphitheater. Sandstone Productions will present Shrek the Musical. Performance held every Thursday, Friday and Saturday evening from June 15th to July 29th.
Join the Farmington Museum for Outdoor Movies at the Museum! They will be presenting a classic, family-friendly movie on a big screen in the Gateway Park amphitheater along the Animas River. The movies are free, but donations are appreciated.
What better to use in making a special craft for dad or grandpa than duct tape?
Join your guide at the Salmon Ruins Museum parking area for an event briefing. Then, proceed to the pueblo ruin to continue the talk and witness the sun lift over the pueblo’s horizon to manifest on the walls and focus on a feature of an interior room.
Bring your favorite pooch to Kiwanis Park and join in the excitement at the Kids’ Dog Show!
Bring your boys, your tent, fishing poles, and get ready for a special night around the campfire creating memories that will last a lifetime
Learn about butterflies and other insects on this catch and release walk of about a mile starting at the Riverside Nature Center in Animas Park.
The Fourth of July is celebrated with a variety of special events throughout Farmington!
Starting at Riverside Nature Center in Animas Park, walk to the Veteran’s Memorial. See many less well-known sites in Animas and Berg Parks illustrating the history of the area. Learn about river history, native and introduced plants, Farmington history, and national history commemorated by the memorial.
If you have a new business or are planning to start a business join this workshop as Gregory Neeley of the NM Taxation and Revenue and Tom Stamper, CPA decode the process.
Join Sycamore Park Community Center for one last big party of the summer!
This event promises to be a super spacey good time!
Visit Farmington, New Mexico for the finest amateur baseball tournament in the United States!
Come out to the 7th annual 4 Corners 4×4 Show and Swap.
The San Juan County Fair takes place at McGee Park and features livestock shows, a parade, vendors and an excellent selection of live musical performances.
The San Juan River Bi-Fly Tournament has become the premier trout fishing tournament of the Southwest.
Talented Native American artisans are juried into this annual festival celebrating the craftsmanship and friendship of regional artists. Totah Festival features a weekend of fantastic food, a contest Pow-Wow, Cultural Dance Expo and the popular authentic Navajo Rug Auction.
Experience the best in Brews, Meats and Bands at the B.M.B Festival at Lions Wilderness Park Amphitheater. This popular festival celebrates the good things in life – so get ready for a day of toe-tapping music, cold beer and hot ribs. You must be 21 or over to attend this festival.
1st Annual BBQ Cookoff featuring professional and amateur BBQ competitions. Green chile chefs will be showing off their best in this three division cookoff.
Each October, mountain bikers meet in Farmington, New Mexico to compete in the annual Road Apple Rally! The Road Apple Rally is a favorite for professional and new riders and is celebrating 37 years of racing. Pro and expert divisions will compete for $2,000 in cash prizes.
Get ready for a fun and tasty day as local chile and salsa experts compete to be the best in Farmington! Join in the fun as a cook and test your recipe against others or as a taster and vote for the best salsa and chile in town.
Slow down the pace, kick back, and listen to traditional tales told by some of the very best national and local storytellers. This festival features stories of all varieties…scary ghost stories, family stories, folklore and myths and will delight all ages.
Family friendly Halloween party in Historic Downtown Farmington from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.! Enjoy games, dancing and a live DJ, costume contests and of course trick or treating.
Join Farmington families for this annual special holiday event! Sign up for the 5K Turkey Trot, 2 Mile Gobble Wobble or just come for the food and fun.
Discover Farmington’s holiday spirit along the Animas River! Luminarias, carolers and a live nativity transform the river walk trails and Berg Park for this holiday celebration.
Since 1985 Navajo Ministries has presented this annual live nativity. A local favorite, it is a must not miss Christmas tradition.