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Calendar of Events, Otero County

Below is a list of events sponsored by the College or of interest to our clientele. Events are tracked all over the state; the maps next to each event indicate where the event is taking place. If you would like to filter your results to a particular county, visit the county calendar listing.

2014 County Fair Schedule.

This list is filtered to show only events in Otero County.

September 2014

Sep 24

Las Cruces
Flower Sale
Flower sales are from 9 to 11:30 a.m. in the front lobby of Gerald Thomas Hall. Proceeds from sales provide students travel funding to regional floral design competitions.
For more information, contact Sabine Green.

October 2014

Oct 1

Las Cruces
Flower Sale
Flower sales are from 9 to 11:30 a.m. in the front lobby of Gerald Thomas Hall. Proceeds from sales provide students travel funding to regional floral design competitions.
For more information, contact Sabine Green.
Oct 8

Las Cruces
Flower Sale
Flower sales are from 9 to 11:30 a.m. in the front lobby of Gerald Thomas Hall. Proceeds from sales provide students travel funding to regional floral design competitions.
For more information, contact Sabine Green.
Oct 15

Las Cruces
Flower Sale
Flower sales are from 9 to 11:30 a.m. in the front lobby of Gerald Thomas Hall. Proceeds from sales provide students travel funding to regional floral design competitions.
For more information, contact Sabine Green.
Oct 20-22

Las Cruces
Pecan Growers Short Course

Are you planting or buying your first pecan orchard? Or do you want to increase the yields, quality and profitability of the pecan orchards you already have? Come, let experts from NMSU and University of Arizona teach you all about pecan production in the West!

Registration for the three day course is $300 per participant. Registration includes Lectures, binder with lecture notes, 3 lunches, refreshments, and field trip transportation.

Online Registration

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For more information, contact Mary Curtis at 646-1715.
Oct 22

Las Cruces
Flower Sale
Flower sales are from 9 to 11:30 a.m. in the front lobby of Gerald Thomas Hall. Proceeds from sales provide students travel funding to regional floral design competitions.
For more information, contact Sabine Green.
Oct 27-28

Las Cruces
Better Process Control School-Acidified Foods Only SPANISH Course
Food Techology Program at NMSU is presenting this 2-day certificatio course in SPANISH at Gerald Thomas Hall, Rm 330. This school satisfies the training requirements speicified in both the FDA and USDA regulations for Acidified Foods Only.

This course is intended for managers and supervisors of food processing operations . It is designed to provide additional and focus on critical issues that affect acidified foods production. More info...

For more information, contact Gloria Hernandez at 575 646-2198.
Oct 29

Las Cruces
Flower Sale
Flower sales are from 9 to 11:30 a.m. in the front lobby of Gerald Thomas Hall. Proceeds from sales provide students travel funding to regional floral design competitions.
For more information, contact Sabine Green.
Oct 29-30

Las Cruces
Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points (HACCP) for New Mexico Food PRocessors (Spanish)
Workshop to be presented in "SPANISH". This 2-day workshop includes materials with limited seating available. Hands-on training to implement a HACCP program in food processing facilities for food processors including restaurant operators, dairy, juice and any suppliers, regulators wishing to understand the HACCP system in food processing facilities. More info...
For more information, contact Gloria Hernandez at 575 646-2198.

November 2014

Nov 20

Lincoln County
Minerals and Their Role in Ranch Sustainability to be held at SWCRS
SWCRS Beyond the Roundtable - Join us for the 1st Beyond the Roundtable event.

An in-depth discussion delving into the role minerals play in livestock production and supplementation needs in New Mexico.

In contrast to the Rancher's Roundtable, leading experts in mineral nutrition will present three one-hour presentations with a roundtable discussion to close the day.

Lunch will be provided and each participant will take home a bound proceedings with all information from the day, as well as, supplemental information deemed important by speakers and NM specialists.

Registration fee of $10 will be required at the door to defray cost of printed material. Limited to first 50 to register.

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For more information, contact Shad Cox at 575-849-1015.