Attention artists! Get your work prepared for entry into the 2016 Gateway to Imagination: A National Juried Art Competition. Deadline for entry is March 19, 2016 and the show is May 7 to July 9, 2016.
The Farmington Museum offers this special visiting exhibition featuring a collection of 47 works by Ansel Adams. The collection will be on display January 30 to April 2, 2016.
This annual event combines art and baking for a festive pre-Valentine’s Day event. Test your baking skills against others, or just come for the fun. This is a free event.
Theater Ensemble Arts presents “Deathtrap” by Ira Levin, presented by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc. New York.
An exhibit titled Crystals and Cracked Earth, will be on display at the San Juan College Henderson Fine Arts Center Gallery.
Bring your child to Story Time and enjoy stories, finger plays, songs and movement activities.
Join Donna Thatcher, Education Specialist, and other birders for bird watching from 8:00 to 10:00am at the Riverside Nature Center in Animas Park off Browning Parkway, and a leisurely walk of 1 to 2 miles in Animas and Berg Parks every Tuesday. This is a free event.
With three rings of affordable family fun, “The Jordan World Circus” will thrill fans of all ages! Known for their exciting lighting effects, The Jordan World Circus keeps you at the edge of your seat with enchanting animals, fearless daredevil stunts and a dazzling display of unforgettable sight and sound.
Visit E3 Children’s Museum & Science Center for playdates that are designed for families with young children every Wednesday at 10:00am. Take part in activities that will help develop early motor skills. Different activities are offered each week to encourage children’s imaginations.
Love Your Heart: Join San Juan Regional Heart Center in a celebration of National Heart Month! Take part in the Goosebump Race and attend the health fair.
Sandstone Productions will present The Addams Family as Farmington’s 2016 Summer Theater performance. Auditions for cast will be held on Saturday, February 20 and 27, 2016 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m., with dance callbacks from 1 to 3 p.m. for each audition day.
San Juan Symphony presents Unforgettable Triumph in San Juan Colleges Henderson Performance Hall.
This insane freestyle show from Metal Mulisha is action packed and thundering, event will be at McGee Park Coliseum. Show starts at 7:30 pm.
Called the “Great American Romantic” by the New York Times his enduring love songs “I’ll Be” and “I Could Not Ask For More”
aren’t just for the romantic at heart; American Idol and The Voice contestants turn to Edwin’s ballads every single year to help them win over judges and fans.
The story is taken from a diary written by a young Jewish girl hiding from the Germans during World War II.
The Four Corners Art Association will display an array of artwork in an exhibit titled Enchanted Inspirations at the San Juan College Henderson Fine Arts Center Art Gallery.
Barrage 8 brings the string octet, four violins, two violas, cello and double bass to the stage with a rich and powerful mix of compositions and arrangements. The group brings energy, panache and innovation to all of it’s stage songs.
This high-energy dance act is part Cirque du Soleil, part Harlem Globetrotters, above all, it is fast paced and full of acrobatic ingenuity.
The 34th Annual Car Show & Indoor Automotive Trade Show will be taking place at McGee Park Convention Center.
San Juan Symphony’s performance of the beloved Emperor Concerto, long a favorite of pianists and audiences alike, is highlighted by virtuoso pianist Norman Krieger’s return.
This annual national juried art show is held at the Farmington Museum. The show features a variety of artwork paintings, watercolor, sculptures, photographs and mixed media.
Area rivers are celebrated with a festival of music, food, activities and entertainment. Riverfest takes place in Farmington at the River Reach Terrace, corner of Scott Ave. and San Juan Blvd., and at Animas Park, just off of Browning Parkway in Farmington.
San Juan County’s kick off to Summer! KidFest is a fun one-day event, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., held at McGee Park. The annual event is held the first Saturday in June and has a different theme each year.
Enjoy an evening of live entertainment under the stars amidst a natural sandstone amphitheater at Lions Wilderness Park Amphitheater. The 2016 performance will be The Addams Family.
*Ticket prices to be determined.
The Fourth of July is celebrated with a variety of special events throughout Farmington!
Join the Northern New Mexico Street Rodders in Historic Downtown Farmington for the largest nostalgic event in the Four Corners. There is nothing better than celebrating hot cars under the stars, come out for the power, beauty and fun!
*Official 2016 dates to be confirmed soon.
Visit Farmington, New Mexico for the finest amateur baseball tournament in the United States!
Talented Native American artisans are juried into this annual festival celebrating the craftsmanship and friendship of regional artisans. Totah Festival features a weekend of fantastic food, a contest Pow-Wow 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.
Celebrate the season and experience Fall on the Farm with Sutherland Farms annual Pumpkin Festival Weekends, every Saturday and Sunday in October.
Each October mountain bikers from across the region 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.
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.
Discover Farmington’s holiday spirit along the Animas River! Luminarias, bell choirs and carolers, and a live nativity transform Berg Park for this holiday celebration.
Celebrate the magic of Christmas at the new Miracle on Main Street holiday event. Complete with ice skating, Santa and a giant snow globe this is one holiday event you do not want to miss.
Take part in a holiday tradition and enjoy an afternoon along the Animas River Trails as you take part in the Audubon bird census! Can’t make it? Join us for the Chaco Canyon Christmas Count, December 26th.
Farmington gets holiday ready with the Reindeer Romp 5K and the 2 mile North Pole Stroll! This family friendly holiday event is so much more than a Fun Run.
Since 1985 Navajo Ministries has presented this annual live nativity. A local favorite, it is a must not miss Christmas tradition.