|1 - 23||Annual Winter Night Ceremonials - Features the beautiful dances of the Pueblos and other Southwestern tribes. Presented by the Kwahadi Indian Dancers. Begins at 7:30 p.m. Jan 6-7, 20-21, 27-28
Address: Kiva Theater at the Kwahadi Kiva Indian Museum and Performance Center, 9151 I-40 E. , Amarillo, Texas
|8||Muttfest - Bring your favorite "mutt" for a day in the park. Includes food, wine tasting, beer samples, rabies vaccinations, microchipping, "Hank the Cowdog" artist drawing cartoons, music, silent auction and more. Raises funds for Amarillo SPCA. Hours are noon to 5 p.m.
Address: Memorial Park by Amarillo College, 2200 S. Washington , Amarillo, Texas
|31||Wildcat Bluff Nature Center Hosts New Year's Eve Overnight - Event is for ages 7 to 12. Ring in the New Year with a night hike, roasting marshmallows and owl calling.
Address: Wildcat Bluff Nature Center , Amarillo, Texas
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