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Ongoing until Sept. 25
Owls in the Land of Enchantment
Revered and feared in folklore, owls are found throughout New Mexico. From open desert to mountain forest, these powerful hunters have evolved extraordinary senses to pinpoint their prey. For a limited engagement, the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science, 1801 Mountain Road NW, reveals this world in the Owls in the Land of Enchantment exhibition. For more information, call 505-841-2800.
Ongoing until Sept. 30
Carrizozo Gallery competition
The Tularosa Basin Gallery of Photography, 401 Twelfth St., hosts New Mexico Magazine’s 16th annual Photography Competition Winners. For more information, call 575-937-1489.
Ongoing until Nov. 5
“The Beauty in Energy”
“The Beauty in Energy” is a new photography exhibit of oil and gas landscapes at the Western Heritage Museum and Lea County Cowboy Hall of Fame, 1 Thunderbird Circle. The photographer, Bob Callender, is an internationally-recognized oilfield photographer. For more information, call 575-492-2678.
Live music at the Yucca Bar
Smith W. Fang, MoneySide Musica, Roach Joka, Jaggur Lozano and Shadows of Silence will perform at the Yucca Bar and Package and is hosted by Necro Productions. Doors open at 7 p.m. The Yucca Bar and Package is located at 210 N. Marland Blvd. For more information, visit Necro Productions Facebook page.
Clay Walker in Concert
Country music star, Clay Walker, is performing at the Inn of the Mountain Gods, 287 Carrizo Canyon Rd., at 8 p.m. His 1993 self-titled debut album peaked at no. 8 on the Billboard Country Charts bolstered by a staggering four no. 1 singles “What’s it to You,” “Live Until I Die,” and “Dreaming with My Eyes Open.” The hits rolled on and on for the Texas native following his debut with “If I Could Make a Living” in ’94, “Hypnotize the Moon” in ’95, “Rumor Has It” in ’97 and “Live, Laugh, Love” in ’99, all of which peaked inside the Billboard Country top 10. Tickets start at $30. Minors must be accompanied by an adult. For more information and tickets, visit innofthemountaingods.com.
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July 7, 12, 21, 31, Aug. 5, 8, 12, 16 and 24
“Lucia di Lammermoor”
The Santa Fe Opera presents, Donizetti’s “Lucia di Lammermoor.” Beauty and darkness collide in this bel canto masterpiece. The opera is sung in Italian with opera titles in English and Spanish. This is a new Santa fe Opera Production. The opera is located at 301 Opera Drive. For more information and tickets, visit santafeopera.org or call its box office at 800-280-4654.
2017 Tailgate Summer Concert Series: Radio La Chusma
The Flickinger Center presents Radio La Chusma, as part of its 2017 Tailgate Summer Concert Series. Radio La Chusma: Frontera Reggae. The six piece band featuring four part harmonies and a high energy live show takes Latino reggae vibrations to a whole new level. The open air concert takes place at 8 p.m. at the upper parking lot of the New Mexico Museum of Space History, 3198 State Road 2001. Single concert parking passes are $45. Walk-up passes are $10 per person or $15 per couple per concert. For more information, call 575-437-2202.
Ruidoso – Alto
“All Hands On Deck”
“All Hands On Deck” is based on Bob Hope’s 1942 USO war time tour for troops. This charismatic revue features singers, dancers, entertainers and a 9-piece orchestra. Songs are “Chattanooga Choo-Choo,’ “I’m In The Mood For Love,” “Don’t Fence Me In” and “Thanks For The Memory.” Performance is at the Spencer Theater for the Performing Arts, 108 Spencer Rd., Airport Highway 220, at 8 p.m. Tickets start at $39. For more information and tickets, visit spencertheater.com or call 575-336-4800.
July 9-Jan. 21
‘Quilts of Southwest China’ coming to Santa Fe
The Museum of International Folk Art will host the national touring exhibition “Quilts of Southwest China,” beginning July 9 through January 21, 2018. While both highly-valued and culturally significant, Chinese quilts have received little attention from scholars, collectors, and museums and little is known about them outside of the communities that make them. They embody layers of history, identity, expertise, and culture. MIFA is located at 706 Camino Lejo. For more information, visit internationalfolkart.org or call 505-476-1200.
Cruisin’ 2 Cure Cancer
Cruisin’ 2 Cure Cancer is a free cancer memorial ride. Motorcycles, cars and trucks are all welcome to take part in this ride to help show support for those affected by this disease. The ride will start in the parking lot of the BelAire shopping center at 905 E. Bender Blvd. and will go to the New Mexico Junior College, 1 Thunderbird Circle. There will be a large board with the names of the survivors and lost ones. Anybody who would like to have a name put on that board can email email@example.com or call 575-408-2903. Participants may also write the name on the board themselves at the beginning of the ride. There will also be a list with names on the Cruisin’ 2 Cure Facebook page with everyone’s permission.
Ruidoso – Alto
Missoula Children’s Theatre
The Missoula Children’s Theatre presents, “The Tortoise Versus The Hare,” at 7 p.m. Performance is at the Spencer Theater for the Performing Arts, 108 Spencer Rd., Airport Highway 220, at 8 p.m. Tickets are $10 for children and $18 for adults. Approximately 50-60 children, ages 6-17, are needed for the musical’s various parts. Auditions take place July 10, 9 a.m. No experience necessary. The weeklong theater workshop is free. For more information and tickets, visit spencertheater.com or call 575-336-4800.
White Sands Burgers & Brews Festival
White Sands Burgers & Brews Festival takes place at Jim R. Griggs Sports Comples, 3000 N. Florida Ave. Doors open at 4 p.m. There will be live music, burgers, a green chile cheeseburger cook-off and food trucks. Advance tickets are $10 per person or two for $15. Tickets at the gate are $15 per person or two for $20. Designated driver ticket is $10. For more information, visit alamogordo.com or call 575-437-6120.
Carlsbad Caverns Nationalpark
Dawn of the bats
One special morning each year, curious visitors join park rangers at the entrance of Carlsbad Cavern to witness the homecoming of hundreds of thousands of Brazilian free-tailed bats. Between April and October these bats call Carlsbad Caverns National Park home. Each sunset, hundreds of people witness their mass exodus from the cave in search of food and water, but far fewer people are present as these creatures of the night return at sunrise with their bellies full. The Dawn of the Bats is a special event celebrating the bats as they arrive home in small groups and dive back into the safety of the cave. The main event begins at 5:30 a.m. and will continue throughout the day with activities and programs. A full schedule of events will be posted at nps.gov/cave. For more information, visit Carlsbad Caverns National Park on Facebook and Twitter.
The O’Jays in concert
R&B band The O’Jays, are performing at the Inn of the Mountain Gods, 287 Carrizo Canyon Rd., at 8 p.m. The O’Jays were inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 2005. They were inducted into the Vocal Group Hall of Fame in 2005 and honored with BET’s Life Time Achievement Award in 2009. In 2013, they were inducted into The Official R&B Music Hall of Fame. Today, the songs of The O’Jays are still being used in many movies, commercials and TV shows. “For The Love of Money” continues to be the theme song for the TV show, “The Apprentice.” Eddie Levert Sr., Walter Williams Sr. and Eric Nolan Grant, who joined the group in 1995, continue to thrill fans today. Throughout their career The O’Jays have achieved 10 Gold albums, 9 Platinum albums and 10 #1 hits. Tickets start at $30. Minors must be accompanied by an adult. For more information and tickets, visit innofthemountaingods.com.
Rally In The Weeds
Every year the little town of Weeds turns into the center of attention during its annual Rally In The Weeds. There will be live bands, DJs, food and retail vendors, as well as mud boggs. The town of Weeds is located eight miles West of Artesia on Highway 82. For more information, visit its Facebook event page.
Early Days gas engine and tractor show
The Pecos Valley Classic AG Tractor Club is hosting the 2017 Early Days Gas Engine &Tractor Association Southwest regional show at the Eddy County Fairgrounds. There will be antique tractors, machinery and engines from all over the Southwestern United States. Interested individuals can get further information from the Club website, at classicag.org or by contacting Ralf Cunningham at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ruidoso Wine and Art Festival
Starting this year a handful of New Mexico wineries are joining the festival. There are different choices for tickets. The tickets that include the wine tasting also includes a free wine glass and free tastings at each vendor. Onehundert of the nation’s most talented artists showcasing a broad spectrum of mediums including sculpture, photography, glass, paintings, ceramics, jewelry and mixed media. This year there will be a variety of new artists participating in the show. The festival takes place at the Ruidoso Convention Center, 111 Sierra Blanca Dr. For more information, visit ruidosonow.com.