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The Readers of the Purple Sage Book Club of the Branigan Library will host author Lesley Poling-Kempes. via Zoom at 12:30 p.m. Thursday, May 13. more
Five veteran Las Cruces actors have formed an improvisation group and will have their first public performance Friday, May 14, 7:30 p.m. in the courtyard at Black Box Theatre (BBT), 430 N. Main St. downtown. more
Transitioning from an elected office to running a nonprofit within a couple of months at the end of 2019 and the beginning of 2020 was a “big shifting of gears” for Greg Smith. more
The Mesilla Valley Fine Arts Gallery, 2470-A Calle de Guadalupe, across from the Fountain Theatre on the historic Mesilla Plaza, is featuring local artists Frank Peacock and Patricia Rutherford in May. more
Downtown Las Cruces Partnership (DLCP) in collaboration with NMCO Media will be painting a new, featured mural on Main Street in downtown Las Cruces. more
The Las Cruces Museum of Nature & Science continues to offer take out activity kits in May. Kits are free but require reservation. more
"Get Up, Get Out and Dance!" is the theme of this year’s annual Spring Recital at the Las Cruces Academy of Music & Dance (AMAD), 1809 El Paseo Road. more
A sold-out crowd at AmadorLive on Thursday, April 29 watched the premiere of “Walking with Herb,” an inspirational movie filmed in Las Cruces. Here is a look at some of the festivities … more
Dallas’ Dark Circles Contemporary Dance (DCCDUSA) is in residency in Las Cruces to create and shoot a new made-for-film dance, said company founder and artistic director Joshua L. Peugh, a native of Las Cruces. more
“I could not send it – a here it is again – Nor get a messenger to bring it thee, So fearful were they of infection,” wrote William Shakespeare in “Romeo and Juliet” in 1597. more
Agave Artist Gallery has two threads woven together, Ken and Betty Krebbs. They're unique strands of different intertwining fibers. Ken is from Texas and Betty is from New York, but both grew up with painting mothers and creative siblings. more
Orville Wanzer is best known for his genre-bending western “The Devil’s Mistress” (1965), the first feature film made in the Las Cruces area. Arriving in New Mexico in 1959 to teach English at NMSU, Wanzer brought his robust knowledge of film culture from his hometown of Brooklyn, New York, along with his experience as a projector in the U.S. Navy and a brief stint in Hollywood before he became a professor. more
In honor of Sexual Assault Awareness Month, members of the New Mexico State University Theatre Department, and NMSU’s Wellness, Alcohol and Violence Education (WAVE) will present a virtual reading of “Do You Feel Anger?” by Mara Nelson-Greenberg. more
Thomas Branigan Memorial Library’s Purple Sage Book Club will host two prominent New Mexico authors in live Zoom presentations in April and May. more
The Thomas Branigan Memorial Library is pleased to announce the Tiera Sagrada Seed Festival. In celebration of seeds, the Seed Festival will run from April 24-30 and will include virtual and in-person events. more
The Las Cruces Railroad Museum invites all transportation enthusiasts to join to a virtual “Transportation Day 2021.” The event will be held on the museum’s social media channels throughout the day Saturday, April 24. more
An art show inspired by the Organ Mountain-Desert Peaks National Monument and the nearby ranches and farmland opens at the New Mexico Farm & Ranch Heritage Museum (NMFRHM) Friday, April 23. more
Super Fresco will begin at 7 p.m. Thursday, May 6, as part of Amador Dayz – seven major events in seven days on the main stage and event lawn at AmadorLive. more
Be a part of the 7th annual street art festival dedicated to Indigenous expression, featuring Arrowsoul Art, dancers, textile artists, music, outdoor exhibition at the Branigan Cultural Center, and more. more
The Las Cruces Museum of Art (LCMOA) remains closed due to public health orders, but it has a full slate of programming via Zoom during the month of May. more
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