Voted a Top May 2016 Event!
Continuing Farmington’s tradition, the San Juan East Rotary Club will host the 5th annual Healing Field flag display.
Voted a Top May 2016 Event!
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.
Grab some lunch, take a break from work, listen to live music and relax at Orchard Park in downtown Farmington. TGIF runs from May 20th through July 22nd and is brought to residents by the Farmington Downtown Association and sponsored by Parks, Recreation, & Cultural Affairs.
There’s nothing like swimming in a lake on a warm summer day. Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Affairs invites you to celebrate the first day of Lake Farmington swimming.
Voted a Top May 2016 Event!
Area rivers are celebrated with a festival of music, food, activities and entertainment. Activities takes place along the Animas river trails from Berg to Animas Park in Farmington.
Need a night out? Join Clancy’s for dinner, drinks and dancing. There is a live DJ every Saturday night taking requests!
Take the 2016 Jolt Your Summer Challenge for cool prizes and awesome things to see and do this summer!
Join Wines of the San Juan for an evening of live music, dinner and a painting class.
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.
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.
Come search for treasures or clean out your stuff. Enjoy live entertainment. This Annual Flea Market involves over 100 vendors and takes place inside and outside of the Bonnie Dallas Senior Center.
Lunch will be available for purchase at the Bonnie Dallas Senior Center.
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.
Join the Farmington Museum on the terrace by the river each Saturday evening during the summer months for some local live entertainment at our free 14th Annual Summer Terrace Music Series. Don’t forget your folding chair and dancing shoes!
San Juan College Outdoor Recreation invites local teens ages 14-18 to join them for a WEEK of multi-sport outdoor adventures. June 6 - 10, July 18 - 22, July 25 - 29 or August 1 - 5.
Bring your child to Story Time and enjoy stories, finger plays, songs and movement activities.
Tech Tuesday is geared for tweens and teens at the Farmington Public Library. They will learn about a new piece of technology each week during this hands-on program.
Affordable spay/neuter for your cat, or if there’s a community cat in your neighborhood….remember spaying and neutering stops fights, it stops cats from roaming and it stops the spread of disease.
Family events at the Farmington Public Library highlight special performances including magic, science, puppets and more!
What can a penny buy you these days? A whole lot of fun, that’s what. Join E3 Children’s Museum for Stacking Pennies, Polka Dot Penny Pitch, Penny Medals, Coin Drop and much more!
Intended for ages 8-12, the Tween programs at the Farmington Public Library include team building, technology and hands on learning activities.
Join the Farmington Public Library for the 2016 Cottonwood Concert Series! Each concert features an hour performance in the library’s rotunda, starting at 3:30, and another hour under the cottonwoods starting at 6:00!
The Farmington Growers Market is a public market that brings together locally grown food, hand-made crafts, and our community.
Bowl For Kids’ Sake is Big Brothers Big Sisters’ signature FUNdraiser.
Each year individuals and companies come together to have fun and raise money to support Big Brothers Big Sisters as we change how children grow up!
Join the Farmington Museum for a fun and informative hike that explores the cultural and natural history of the Four Corners region. Space is limited and registration is required. This program is for adults 18 years and older.
On Saturday June 11th, Desert View Family Counseling will hold its first annual Love for Thad 5k Walk/Run at Berg Park in Farmington, NM. Desert View Family Counseling goal is to bring awareness and prevention to suicide!
Visit Sycamore Park Community Center, 1051 Sycamore St., 9:00am to 3:00pm., for this exciting FREE event and enjoy food, crafts, music, skateboard competition, contests, and great cars.
His concert is a highly engaging experience featuring “Foote” classics and songs from his JUNO Award-Winning album “Love My New Shirt”. Tunes from his 2013 release, “Always Be Yourself” are also played and of course appearances from his many live action props/puppets.
Affordable vaccination clinic for pets! Bring your furry friend to see our vet and receive affordable vaccinations - Microchips also available!
Come join us in this two-day class to learn about: Revved-up reports: Make sense of your business with reports that are easier than ever to read, customize, comment on, interpret, and send. Collaborate faster: Don’t waste time sending files to your accountant. Maximize your time by saving your company file on a shared folder directly from QuickBooks. Efficiency boosters: Instantly view important notes about your customers, and find all reminders and notifications in one single window. Seating is limited so register today.
Today every business and organization operates in the digital marketplace. Learn from industry leaders how to operate safely and effectively in this marketplace.
Join Eli the Magician for magic fun and check out some books after the program to learn how to put on your own magic show.
Enjoy an evening of live entertainment under the stars amidst a natural sandstone amphitheater at Lions Wilderness Park Amphitheater. Sandstone Productions will present the musical comedy, The Addams Family. Performance held every Thursday, Friday and Saturday evening from June 16th to July 30th.
Farmington business owners and residents are invited to join the Farmington Branding Alliance and help make a difference! Outdoor lovers and active families thrive in Farmington, the monthly Action Team Meetings are held to ensure that as a community we work together to energize life journeys as we Live, Work, Play and Stay Farmington.
The Farmington Museum is bringing history to life! The museum will be offering lively and informative performances or presentations by Chautauqua speakers. This new series will cover a variety of specifically New Mexican topics, from art and culture to ecology and politics. Drop by for some enlightenment and stay for spirited conversation! Chautauqua is sponsored by the New Mexico Humanities Council.
It’s that time of year again for Pinon Hills Community Church’s annual Father’s Day Car Show.There will be a little bit of everything, from original to custom, classic to current. Come out and vote for your favorites! There will be food and fun for all ages.
If you have a new business or are planning to start a business join this workshop as Gregory Neeley of the NM Taxation and Revenue and Tom Stamper, CPA decode the process.
Join the Farmington Museum for Outdoor Movies at the Museum! They will be presenting a classic, family-friendly movie on a big screen in the Gateway Park amphitheater along the Animas River. The movies are free, but donations are appreciated.
Listen to Youth Storytellers and library staff tell their stories on Centos Hahne and Tales or download podcast
The Fourth of July is celebrated with a variety of special events throughout Farmington!
Wolves and Wild Lands in the 21st Century & Peregrine Falcon: From Endangered Species to Urban Bird
Join George Ann Johnson for this 2-day workshop using colored pencils. George Ann is an accomplished colored pencil and scratch board artist whose detailed work focuses on wildlife.
New York City, 1985. Ronald Reagan is president, the Cold War is still underway, Madonna and Wham! are storming the airwaves, Back to the Future is the biggest movie of the year, and organized crime in America is at its peak. So is it any surprise when the popular owner of an Italian restaurant in Little Italy ends up dead…shot in the back?
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!
Mark your calendar for the first Burlap and Lace Benefit Dinner being held at Wines of the San Juan. Help support the mission of IGW Pediatric Cancer Foundation, Inc., which raise’s awareness and monetary support for families with children fighting cancer in the state of New Mexico.
A fun filled engaging & comical show for all ages with vibrant and professional characters.
Join George Ann Johnson for this 1-day workshop using scratch boards. George Ann is an accomplished colored pencil and scratch board artist whose detailed work focuses on wildlife.
Voted a Top Farmington Event!
Ever wondered what hoodoos look like in the moonlight? Join the Farmington Museum for a hike in the Bisti Badlands during the full moon and find out!
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.
The Alzheimer’s Association New Mexico Chapter will hold the annual NW Regional Walk to End Alzheimer’s at the beautiful Berg Park and the goal is to turn the town PURPLE to help raise much needed funds and awareness for the 37,000 individuals in New Mexico who are suffering with this disease.
As many as 200 antique cars, trucks, hot rods, low riders and other four-wheel wonders will participate in the Annual Collector Car Weekend.
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.
Experience the beauty of the Four Corners Region with the Navajoland Tour including Monument Valley, Four Corners Monument, Canyon De Chelly, Grand Canyon, Petrified Forest and the Painted Desert. Tour costs include all meals, travel, lodging and park fees.
The Shiprock Northern Navajo Nation Fair is the the oldest and most traditional of the Navajo Fairs. Held each fall in the Navajo Land where the Navajo people of the Four Corners come to celebrate the year’s harvest with a community celebration.
Join the Farmington Museum throughout the year for constellation walks. Each walk will feature astronomy stories from a variety of cultures, including Greek and Navajo, depending on the time of the year. Space is limited. Registration is required. This is an adults-only program. Please dress warmly and bring a flashlight if you have one.
Celebrate the season and experience Fall on the Farm with Sutherland Farms annual Pumpkin Festival Weekends, every Saturday and Sunday in October.
Get ready for a fun and tasty day as local chile and salsa experts compete to be the best in Farmington! Join in the fun as a cook and test your recipe against others or as a taster and vote for the best salsa and chile in town.
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.
The Southwest Women in Law Enforcement conference was established to provide quality training to female law enforcement officers and civilians working in a law enforcement setting. Topics are aimed at addressing issues faced by women working in the law enforcement industry.
Start your holiday shopping early. Join First United Methodist Church for a fun, festive time with lots of handcrafted gifts and homemade goodies. Lunch will be available for a nominal fee. All proceeds to go benefit local needs.
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.