Farmington, New Mexico
Upcoming Events in Farmington New Mexico
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Annual Home Improvement & Building Expo
- More than 80 vendors come from across San Juan County. Come for ideas and advise on everything from decorating to financing projects from industry experts.
Hours will be from noon -8p.m. Friday and 9a.m. to 6p.m. on Saturday.
Address: McGee Park Convention Center , Farmington, New Mexico
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Ty Waybourn Memorial Rodeo
- Admission is $12 adults and $5 for children under the age of 12. Adult tickets are $8 if purchased in advance at Aztec Feed Store or Bloomfield Feed Store.
Address: McGee Park Coliseum , Farmington, New Mexico
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- The rivers are celebrated with a festival of music, fine arts, food, entertainment, a 10K and 5K run and walk, riverside trail walks and river raft rides. Located at the River Reach Terrace at the corner of Scott Ave. and San Juan Blvd. at Animas Park off Browning Parkway in Farmington.
Ph: 505-599-1140 (Always call and confirm events)
Annual Freedom Days Celebration
- The Four Corners region celebrates the Fourth of July with a variety of events throughout Farmington! The Freedom Days Celebration events include Party in the Park, a pizza eating competition, Skateboarding Competition, fireworks display with simulcast, live perfromances, a night parade, Gem & Mineral Show and much more!
Ph: 800-448-1240 (Always call and confirm events)
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Connie Mack World Series
- Some of the best amateur baseball in the Country is featured each summer at Rickett's Park in Farmington. Teams from the U.S. and Puerto Rico play in front of pro-scouts and college officials.
Ph: 505-320-0496 (Always call and confirm events)
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San Juan County Fair
- Largest county fair in New Mexico, features livestock shows, exhibits, fiddlers contest, a parade, arts & crafts booths and more. Parade on Monday, Main Street, Historic Downtown Farmington.
Address: McGee Park, Hwy. 64 , Farmington, New Mexico
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Annual San Juan Bi-Fly Tournament
- The Annual San Juan Bi-Fly Tournament On The San Juan River is strictly catch and release and is one of the premier trout fishing events in the nation, drawing more than 60 participants competing for individual and team prizes for the largest and most number of fish caught. All funds raised from the tournament will benefit Four Corners Home for Children, a program of Navajo Ministries in Farmington, NM. Professional guides score all catches and release all fish. Prizes are awarded.
Ph: 505-324-5260 (Always call and confirm events)
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Totah Festival Indian Market & Pow Wow
- This juried art festival offers authentic handmade Native American Arts & Craft of over 100 artists, an authentic Navajo Rug Auction (Saturday) and a contest POW WOW.
Address: Civic Center Exhibit Halls, 200 W. Arrington , Farmington, New Mexico
Road Apple Rally
- The Road Apple Rally is the longest running annual mountain bike race that started in 1981. Come join us for what many of the participants call the most fun mountain bike race there is. The Road Apple Rally offers classes for everyone.
All races start and finish at Lions Wilderness Park Amphitheater with the beginners doing an 15-mile loop, and all others doing the 30 mile Road Apple Loop. Climbing on the course is minimal, making it fast and fun. When you do the whoop sections you will think you are in the air more than on the ground.
Road Apple Rally Kids Race is a free race just for kids. The Road Apple Rally also offers the scenic Citizen's Bank Tour. This year the tour will be even better than last year! There will again be numerous top pro riders and racers in attendance.
Ph: 505-327-7701 (Always call and confirm events)
Chile in October
- Chili cook-off from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Address: Berg Park , Farmington, New Mexico
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Four Corners Storytelling Festival
- New Mexico will feature Internationally known storytellers, cowboy poetry and Native American Stories and songs. The two day outdoor event is scheduled from 9am to 9pm and workshops at the Farmington Public Library.
Address: Berg Park, 500 Scott Avenue , Farmington, New Mexico
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Annual Farmington Renaissance Faire
- The Annual Farmington Renaissance Faire is held at Animas Park in Farmington from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. This event, sponsored by the Farmington Museum, is full of artisans, food, musicians and processionals of nobility. Sword fighters battle in front of lords and ladies while bagpipes play in the background.
Address: Animas Park , Farmington, New Mexico
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Annual International Indian Finals Rodeo (IIFR)
- The IIFR is composed of Associations from Canada and the United States who send their top representatives to compete for Indian World Titles at the International Indian Finals Rodeo in the standardized events: Bareback, Saddle Bronc, Bull Riding, Tie Down Roping, Steer Wrestling, Team Roping, Ladies Barrel Racing, Ladies Breakaway Roping, Junior Barrel Racing, and Junior Steer Riding and Senior Breakaway Roping.
Address: McGee Park, , Farmington, New Mexico
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Annual Championship Bullriding Extroardinaire
- Annual bull riding spectacular
Address: Mc Gee Park Coliseum , Farmington, New Mexico
Salmon Ruins Holiday Arts & Crafts Fair
- Salmon Ruins brings together artisans from throughout the Four Corners to display and sell their wares.
Address: McGee Park off Hwy. 64 , Farmington, New Mexico
Holiday Art Walk
- Come walk through Historic Downtown Farmington, from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m., and celebrates the season with art receptions and open houses at many downtown locations. A wide variety of art from regional artists will be showcased throughout many of the downtown shops, galleries and restaurants. Art Walk maps will be available at participating locations. The Art Walk is coordinated by the Farmington Downtown Association and sponsored by Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Affairs.
Address: Downtown , Farmington, New Mexico
- Annual living nativity with native Navajo costumes and live animals. Presented by children at the Four Corners Home for Children. 6 p.m. - 8 p.m.
Address: 2102 W. Main , Farmington, New Mexico