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Quilt Show continues in Carlsbad


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Ongoing until Oct. 12

Quilt Show

The Quilt Show exhibit will be at the Carlsbad Museum and Art Center, 418 W. Fox St. The event includes free demonstrations by Sally Garner, Nan Clayton, Beverly Spencer and Marilyn Tackett. For more information, call 575-887-0276.

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Oct. 5

Disney On Ice presents “Dare To Dream”

Tickets are now on sale at ticketmaster.com for Disney On Ice’s “Dare To Dream” show at the El Paso County Coliseum, 4100 E. Paisano Drive, at 7:30 p.m. Children ages 2 and older require tickets as well. Celebrate what’s possible as five Disney heroines spark the courage inside us all at Disney On Ice presents “Dare To Dream.”

In her Disney On Ice debut, see how far Moana goes on a quest with demigod Maui to save her island and find her own identity. Anna’s devotion to her sister Elsa sets her on a journey to stop an eternal winter. Rapunzel goes to great lengths to realize her dream. Fearless Belle befriends the enchanted castle staff and uncovers the Beast’s gentleness. With help from her friends, Cinderella is determined to make her wish come true. Along with Mickey and friends, discover your inner hero.

Costumes are not permitted for guests 14 years and older. For more information, visit countycoliseum.com or call 915-534-4229.


Oct. 6

Aspenfest festival and parade

The Aspenfest Festival will be held at Wingfield Park, 300 Center St., from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., immediately following the parade. There will be live music wine and craft beer tasting, vendors and artists. For more information, email Mirissa@RuidosoNow.com or call 575-257-7395.

Ruidoso Downs

Oct. 11 to 14

Lincoln County Cowboy Symposium

The 29th annual Lincoln Cowboy Symposium takes place at Ruidoso Downs Race Track and Casino. It hosts the nation’s finest cowboy festival with old west storytellers, noted historians, poets, musicians, chuckwagon cook-offs, western artists and craftsmen, cowboy competitions, horse demonstrations, western swing dancing, kids rodeo and educational activities.

Lee Greenwood will kick off a weekend of country music. On Friday, Sawyer Brown takes to the stage and Saturday, the Floyd Domino Trio and Moe Bandy will join perennial favorite Jody Nix and the Texas Cowboys to keep everyone dancing.

One of the highlights of the symposium is the Albertson’s Market LCCS World Championship Chuckwagon Competition — featured on the Food Network’s “All American Festivals and Cowboy Challenge.” For more information, visit cowboysymposium.org.


Oct. 12 and 13

Tularosa Wine & Art Festival

The Tularosa Wine & Art Festival is hosted by the Rotary Club of Tularosa and offers live music, art and wine. Due to renovation of Granado Street, the festival was moved to the grounds of the historic Iglesia St. Francis, The entrance is at the corner of Encino and Third Streets in historic Tularosa. For more information, visit tularosawinefestival.com.

El Paso

Oct. 13

Border Archives Bazaar

The Border Regional Archives Group is hosting its Border Archives Bazaar at the Tomas Rivera conference Center, Third Floor, Union East at the University of Texas at El Paso, 351 W. University Ave., from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The event is free for the public and brings together rare documents, photographs, maps and other resources from more than a dozen libraries, archives and museums of the El Paso, Ciudad Juárez and southern New Mexico area. Archivists, librarians and museum curators will be on hand to discuss and answer questions. One of the featured speakers is New Mexico State Historian Rick Hendricks. For more information, email Abbie Weiser, Special Collections, UTEP Library, at ahweiser@utep.edu, or call 915-747-6839, or email Dennis Daily, Archives and Special Collections, New Mexico State University Library, ddaily@nmsu.edu, at 575-646-4756.


Oct. 13

FlyHobbs Aviation Day and Fly-In

The fourth annual FlyHobbs Aviation Day and Fly-In takes place at the Lea County Regional Airport, 6501 W. Carlsbad Hwy., from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Entry is free of charge. FlyHobbs Aviation Day features planes of all shapes and sizes flown-in by their pilots, local business giveaways and food vendors. For more information, visit flyhobbsaviationday.com.


Oct. 13

Lea County Treats & Eats Harvest Expo

The Lea County Treats & Eats Harvest Expo takes place at the Lea County Event Center & Fairgrounds from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. This event is open to food trucks, boutiques, car show enthusiasts and craft show attendees. They are looking for vendors and participants. For more information, visit leacounty.net or call 575-396-8686.

Santa Clara

Oct. 13

Santa Clara’s 150 anniversary

The village of Santa Clara celebrates its 150th anniversary with live music, a car show, games, arts and crafts. They are still looking for food, arts and crafts vendors. For more information, call City Hall at 575-537-2443 or 575-912-3263.

Cloudcroft / High Rolls

Oct. 20 to 21

Apple Festival

The annual High Rolls Apple Festival takes place on Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on Sunday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The organizers are now accepting vendor applications, For more information, visit highrollsfestivals.com.

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