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What, where, when? The UFO edition of the Vision Magazine publishes Sunday

Don Ray and Lizzie Fowler traveled last year all the way from Scottsdale, Arizona, to participate in the Alien Pet contest. Though their 8-year-old dachshund, Molly, did not win, they had a lot of fun, they said. Ray and Fowler are planning to return this year with plans on winning against the other two-, four- and six-footed pet aliens. (Christina Stock Photo)

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This year’s UFO Festival, Galacticon and Sci-Fi Film Fest take place after the Fourth of July. Due to this change, the official guide to all events — the UFO Vision Magazine — will be inserted in this Sunday’s edition of the Roswell Daily Record.

On Monday, the magazine will be distributed throughout town, as well as in Artesia, Capitan, Lincoln and Ruidoso. It will be available free of charge — thanks to our advertisers — at libraries, hospitals, motels, grocery stores and visitor centers.

It will also be available at the information desk at the International UFO Museum and Research Center, the information tent at the Chaves County Courthouse and the information desk of the Galacticon and Sci-Fi Film Fest at the Roswell Mall, from July 6 to 8.

Next to the stories about new events during the festivities — which include shows at the Robert H. Goddard Planetarium, music and events at local galleries — the heart of the Vision Magazine includes a full combined program of all events and a map of the city with the event locations.

Some of the highlights this year are the Stormtroopers of the 501st Dewback Ridge Garrison, who will be attending the UFO Festival, and the U.S. premiere on the big screen of the full feature movie, “Astro” at Allen Theatres-Galaxy 8 at the Roswell Mall. The Galacticon at the Roswell Mall has new features and stars as well, including local authors John LeMay, E.J Wilson and international 14-time bestselling USA TODAY and The New York Times author (science-fiction romance, children’s sci-fi and fantasy) S.E. Smith. Smith is looking for inspiration — new locations and characters for her children’s story “Wrong Turn to Roswell,” which is published in the Vision Magazine.

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New at Galacticon will be a live-action role play that is open for the public. This and more will be featured in the UFO Vision Magazine this Sunday. Don’t miss it.

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