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Upcoming Events in Grants New Mexico


August

15 - 16 Annual spirit softball tournament - 1st Place: $ 1,000.00 Plus 10 Pullovers

2nd Place: $ 600.00 Plus 10 Long sleeves

3rd Place: $ 400.00 Plus 10 T-Shirts

4th Place: $ 250.00 Plus 10 T-Shirts

Register by email or phone 7 days prior.

Address: well park , Grants, New Mexico
Ph: 602-586-9612 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: altortalita84@yahoo.com
Fee: Entry Fee : $300 week before; Late Reg. $350 Day of

October

18 - 19 Annual Chili Festival - Categories at the annual Fall Chili Fiesta this year include red chile, green chile and salsa. All Cibola County residents are eligible to enter, and this year there is no entry fee to enter the cookoff. Cash prizes and live entertainment will be featured. 9:00 AM.

Address: City Hall Park , Grants, New Mexico
Ph: 505-287-4802 (Always call and confirm events)

25 - 27 Postcards from New Mexico - Mt. Taylor Quilt Guild Show About 100 quilts on display, plus a raffle quilt, vendors, a silent auction, quilted postcards, and a store.

Address: Cibola County Convention Center, 515 W, High Street, Grants, NM , Grants, New Mexico
Ph: 505-287-8111 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: awickedwitch@hotmail.com
Fee: $2.00

26 Fiber Festival - The annual Fiber Festival will be held as part of the Ancient Way Fall Festival. Demonstrations and hands-on learning of basketry, weaving and rug exhibitions will run from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m.

Address: Old School Gallery on Highway 53, one mile east of El Morro National Monument , Grants, New Mexico
Ph: 505-783-4710 (Always call and confirm events)
Fee: Free

Attractions and Upcoming Events


Mount Taylor

11,300 feet. Sacred to Navajos. Wildlife, hiking, camping, hunting, sightseeing. Lobo Canyon Campground (day use), Coal Mine Campground (overnight)

Grants, NM Natural Attractions

New Mexico Museum of Mining

Nowhere in the world are the raw and often dangerous conditions of the hole in the ground re-created and domed with a graceful white stone and glass museum as they are in Grants, New Mexico, in the "only Uranium Mining Museum in the World." As visitors wind through "Section 26,"

Grants, NM Museums

Laguna Pueblo

Laguna Pueblo was founded in 1699. Part of the attraction to settle here was the spectacular views and natural beauty that remains to be seen today. Be sure to explore the pueblo'

Grants, NM Archaeology


Things to do near Grants, NM

Farmington Museum and Visitors Center at Gateway Park

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