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Comedian George Lopez is performing at Isleta Resort and Casino — The Showroom, 11000 Broadway Blvd. SE at 8 p.m. For more information, visit isleta.com.
Tularosa Wine and Art Festival
The Tularosa Wine and Art Festival takes place on Friday from 5 to 9 p.m., Saturday from noon to 9 p.m. and on Sunday from noon to 6 p.m. at the Granado Street. There will be art and live music featuring 53 Across, Catfishfry, Sky & Ed, Lizard Lounge Band, Jones and Miles and Rudy Wood, as well as Open Mic on Sunday. For more information, visit tularosawinefestival.com or call Jessica Gaston at 575-491-6927.
Wait For What?! in concert
The music duo T David Wiggins and Elane Wiggins are known as Wait for What?! They are going to perform on Friday in the 1852 Treaty Room at 8 p.m. and on Saturday at 7 p.m. at the Wendell’s Lounge at the Inn of the Mountain Gods, 287 Carrizo Canyon Road, at 6 p.m. For more information, visit the Facebook page of Wait for What?!
Murder at the Skull Manor Costume Ball
The annual Skull Manor Costume Ball is hosted by the Artesia Community Theatre and begins at 7 p.m. at the Ocotillo Performing Arts Center, 310 W. Main St. The event is an interactive murder mystery. Characters will be assigned per reservation. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Linda VanDerVeen at 575-703-7766.
In conjunction with the exhibit “Beauty in Energy,” the movie “Hellfighters” with John Wayne and Katharine Ross will be shown at 2 p.m. at the Western Heritage Museum, 1 Thunderbird Circle. The event is free of charge and includes popcorn and beverage. For more information, visit nmjc.edu/museum.
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Toss No Mas
The Ruidoso Friends of Parks and Recreation are hosting the annual Toss No Mas environment event from 1 to 3 p.m. at 100 Robin Road. When everyone thinks littering isn’t a big deal, it becomes one. Trash bags, gloves, snacks and drinks will be provided, along with prizes and youth group fundraising opportunities. Registration begins at noon. The event is free for the public. For more information, visit its Facebook event page or ruidoso-nm.gov/parks-and-recreation.html.
‘A Night of Creepy Classics’
The Southwest Symphony Orchestra presents “A Night of Creepy Classics.” The orchestra will perform favorites such as Berlioz’s “March to the Scaffold” from Symphonie Fantastique, Stephenson’s “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow,” Saint Saëns’ “Dance Macabre” and Howard/Roszell’s “Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them.” Also, the orchestra members will educate Lea County students about the world of symphonic music for its annual two-day SWSO Youth Series concerts. For more information, visit swsymphony.org or call 575-738-1041.
Carlsbad MainStreet in partnership with Carlsbad Municipal Schools are hosting from 5 to 9 p.m. downtown Carlsbad its Heritagefest featuring DJ music, food booths, entertainment such as the Barbershop Quartet, roping demonstrations, a mariachi band, line dancers and as finale at 7:45 p.m., two-step dance lessons followed by a street dance. For more information, visit carlsbadmainstreet.org or call 575-628-3768.
Colours Couture — Believe the Hype Tattoo Festival
The Walter Gerrells Performing Arts Center, 4012 National Parks Hwy., is holding the Colours Couture — Believe the Hype Tattoo Festival. The festival features tattoo artists from the hit TV show “Ink Master,” Jayvo Scott, James Francis, King Ruck and MTV’s Drama Diablo. The Colours Couture is a traveling fashion showcase for TV celebrity tattoo artists. There will also be sideshows and vendors. For more information, visit carlsbadentertainment.com or call 575-208-6208.
Oct. 20-21, 27-28 and 31
Eighth annual haunted house
The Community Players of Hobbs present the eighth annual haunted house, featuring the “Legends Haunt” directed by Nathan Gibbs. The audience takes a trip to ancient Egypt to visit King Tut’s tomb where trouble has been brewing amongst the pyramids. Afterwards, the audience can face everyday fears with its second haunt exploring both popular and obscure urban legends. The haunt runs from 8 p.m. to midnight at the Hobbs Community Playhouse, 1700 N. Grimes St. For more information, visit communityplayersofhobbs.com.
Art in the Park 40th Anniversary
The Artesia Arts Council is celebrating the 40th anniversary of its Art in the Park, Seventh and Quay streets. The Artesia School bands will be having a cake walk. Artisan vendors will be selling handmade arts with the artists there in person. The event is held at Central Park from 9 to 5 p.m. For more information, call 575-746-4212 or visit artesiaartscouncil.com.
Fiesta of Cultures
The Coronado Historic Site, 485 Kuaua Road, celebrates the cultures of New Mexico with an art festival featuring native artists, cowboy singers, Aztec dancers and food trucks. The event and admission to the site are free of charge. The event is from 10 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. For more information, visit nmhistoricsites.org or call 1-800-495-1279.
Zombie Walk 2017
The NMSU Carlsbad American Criminal Justice Association will be holding the annual Zombie Walk at 7 p.m. Line up and registration starts at 5:30 p.m. on the corner of Canyon and West Shaw streets. The parade ends at the beach and awards will be given to the best zombies. NMSU Carlsbad Creative Media Technology will be showing the Halloween classic, “Night of the Living Dead,” by George A. Romero, after the awards. This event is open to all ages. For more information, contact Tamara at 575-234-9219.
Lovington MainStreet is holding its Oktober Fiesta at the Lea County Courthouse, 100 N. Main Ave., from 11 a.m. to midnight. The event includes Baja Grill’s green and red posole cook-off, pumpkin painting, cornhole tournament, Drylands Brewery Co’s Homebrew competition, food vendors and live music by Texwestus, La Vimada Nortena, Justin Kemp Band and Los Jilgueros Del Arroyo. For more information, visit lovingtonmainstreet.org or call 575-396-1418.
Classical music concert
The New Mexico Junior College, 1 Thunderbird Circle, presents its annual classical music concert at 3 p.m. at the NMJC Watson Hall. For more information, visit nmjc.edu.
Fort Stanton After Dark
Fort Stanton Historic Site is hosting its tour, Fort Stanton After Dark, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Fort Stanton is located at 108 Kit Carson Road, in the Bonito Valley between Lincoln and Capitan. Follow the signs. The event is a one-of-a-kind chance to explore the grounds and buildings of Fort Stanton after dark while interacting with costumed living historians, storytellers and investigators from the Lincoln County Paranormal Historical Society. Fort Stanton’s contributions to the history of New Mexico is unparalleled, and during its 160 years in operation, it served as an Army post, tuberculosis sanatorium, internment camp and correctional facility. Although the gates are open every day for visitors, few get to experience the fort after dark. For more information, call 575-354-0341.