Statewide Calendar

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.

April 2019

Apr 23Dec 31
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Various
On Farm Readiness Review (OFRR)

The On Farm Readiness Review (OFRR) is a voluntary service offered by the NMSU-Cooperative Extension Service (CES) and the New Mexico Department of Agriculture (NMDA) to help producers assess their farm operation against the regulations of the Produce Safety Rule (PSR).

Request form is open and available.

More info...
For more information, contact Tracy Beck at 575-646-4402.
Apr 24-25
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Las Cruces
T-Shirt Sale

The T-Shirt Sale will be held Apr. 24 - 25, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., outside of Corbett Center.

The sale, brought to you by the Fashion Merchandising and Design sustainability efforts, will have upcycled and recycled T-shirts for $5, including vintage NMSU tees, Nike, Express, NFL, etc.

For more information, contact Cindy Nicholson at 575 646-4665.
Apr 24May 18
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Tucumcari
Step Into Spring Challenge

The Step Into Spring Challenge will be held Apr. 24 - May 18. Challenge began Apr. 6.

The Quay County annual step challenge is designed for the more serious walker/runner. Link your fitness tracker to our program and watch your steps add up. Form a team and try to make it to the top of the list or compete as an individual. Registration starts Mar. 15.

More info...
For more information, contact Brenda Bishop at 575-461-0562.
Apr 25
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Las Cruces
Bourbon and Derby 101

Please join us for a special beverage presentation Apr. 25, 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., Bobby Lee Lawrence Academy of Wine. $30 per person.

Get ready for the 145th Run for the Roses. Sample some of the best Kentucky bourbons and cocktails. Discover the history and traditions behind Kentucky Derby foods. Attendees will receive an Official Kentucky Derby Mint Julep Glass. Presented by Dr. Jean Hertzman, Director, SHRTM, and Daniel Gonzales, NMSU '03, Wine and Spirits Specialist, Southern Glazers Wines and Spirits

Parking: Please park in the lot off Knox St. across from (west of) Gerald Thomas Hall. Parking is free after 4:30 pm for our dinners and TAP series.

More info...
For more information, contact Katrinka Espinosa at 575-646-7324.
Apr 25
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Las Cruces
Science Cafe

The Science Cafe will feature Dr. Richard Heerema, Extension Plant Sciences, Apr. 25, 5:30 p.m., Las Cruces Museum of Nature and Science, 411 N. Main Street.

Dr. Heerema will summarize recent research results and New Mexico ranking as one of the nation's top three pecan producing states.

More info...
For more information, contact Wayne Maley at 575-522-3120.
Apr 26
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Las Cruces
PES Graduate Seminar

A Plant and Environmental Sciences (PES) Graduate Seminar will be held Apr. 26, 3:30 p.m., Gerald Thomas Hall, Rm. 200.

Charles Havlik presents: Expanding viable Chile production in New Mexico.

More info...
For more information, contact Niall Hanan at 575-646-3335.
Apr 26
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Las Cruces
100 West Cafe Lunch - Asian

Please join us this week, Apr. 26 for lunch! This week the theme is: Asian! See SHTRM website for specific menu and vegetarian options.

Our lunches are served Wednesdays and Fridays from Noon to 1 p.m. We offer fixed price lunches for $10 per person. This includes your choice of soup or salad, entree, and dessert with iced tea, water, or coffee. Regular lunch seating is on a walk-in basis. However, if you have a group of 8 or more, please contact us to make special arrangements for seating and menu choices.

The Spring 2019 lunches are from Feb. 13 thru May. 3. We will be closed for: Spring Holiday (April 19).

Parking: You will need a permit to park for the lunches. The E-Permit is a free single-day permit that can be obtained over the Internet. Up to 5 E-Permits can be obtained each year. Please see Parking Options at https://park.nmsu.edu/visitor for more information.

More info...
For more information, contact Katrinka Espinosa at 575-646-7324.
Apr 27
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Albuquerque
Master Composter Volunteer Training

The final Master Composter Volunteer Training will be held Apr. 27, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., Bernalillo County Cooperative Extension Service, 1510 Menaul Blvd., NW.

This is a focused train-the-trainer program which prepares individuals to become volunteer educators in a variety of composting methods for the community. It is not necessary to be a resident of Bernalillo County to take the training.

More info...
For more information, contact Wynette Richards at 505-255-5226.
Apr 30
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Tucumcari
Extension Association of New Mexico District II Meeting

The Extension Association of New Mexico District II Meeting will be held Apr. 30, 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m, Quay County Fair Barn.

Register to attend the Extension Association of NM District II Meeting and Cultural Arts exhibits. Lunch will be provided. Please send registration form and $22 (includes meal and $10.00 registration fee) by the registration deadline Apr. 20.

More info...
For more information, contact Brenda Bishop at 575-461-0562.

May 2019

May 1
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Albuquerque
Marketing Your Produce - Farmers Market and Beyond

The Marketing Your Produce - Farmers Market and Beyond workshop will be held May 1, 6 - 8 p.m., Larry P. Abraham Agri-Nature Center, 4920 Rio Grande Blvd NW.

John Garlisch, NMSU Extension Agent for Bernalillo County, will give tips on how to set up your market stand and market your produce and products. Cost is $5 at the door. Please RSVP to help with planning.

More info...
For more information, contact John Garlisch at 505-243-1386.
May 1-3
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Las Cruces
100 West Cafe Lunch - Greek

Please join us this week, May 1 and 3 for lunch! This week the theme is: Greek! See SHTRM website for specific menu and vegetarian options.

Our lunches are served Wednesdays and Fridays from Noon to 1 p.m. We offer fixed price lunches for $10 per person. This includes your choice of soup or salad, entree, and dessert with iced tea, water, or coffee. Regular lunch seating is on a walk-in basis. However, if you have a group of 8 or more, please contact us to make special arrangements for seating and menu choices.

The Spring 2019 lunches are from Feb. 13 thru May. 3. We will be closed for: Spring Holiday (April 19).

Parking: You will need a permit to park for the lunches. The E-Permit is a free single-day permit that can be obtained over the Internet. Up to 5 E-Permits can be obtained each year. Please see Parking Options at https://park.nmsu.edu/visitor for more information.

More info...
For more information, contact Katrinka Espinosa at 575-646-7324.
May 1-3
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Albuquerque
2019 ICAN SNAP-Ed State Conference

The 2019 ICAN SNAP-Ed State Conference will be held May 1 - 3.

Save the date. More information to follow!

More info...
For more information, contact Brenda Weatherford at 575-648-2311.
May 3-4
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Tucumcari
4th Annual Tucumcari Rawhide Days

The 4th Annual Tucumcari Rawhide Days will be held May 3 - 4, 12 noon to midnight, Quay County Fairgrounds.

Online tickets available at tucumcarirawhidedays@gmail.com. $15 per person (included in advanced ticket price - meet and greet with Sons and Daughters of Legends of Rawhide Days TV Series). $5 at the door.

More info...
For more information, contact TJ Riddle at 575-403-7274.
May 3
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Las Cruces
TAP Series - May the Third Be With You

Everyone needs the chance to wind down on Friday afternoons! And it can be done so in a friendly and fun environment at The Adjustment Project (TAP).

Join us, once a month, at 100 West Cafe from 5 to 7 p.m. for a cash bar of specialty cocktails, beers, wines, and non-alcoholic beverages at modest prices. Appetizers are complimentary with a purchase of a beverage. All proceeds will benefit student clubs, activities, and travel.

Parking: Please park in the lot off Knox St. across from (west of) Gerald Thomas Hall. Parking is free after 4:30 pm for our dinners and TAP series.

More info...
For more information, contact Katrinka Espinosa at 575-646-7324.
May 3
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Las Cruces
PES Graduate Seminar

A Plant and Environmental Sciences (PES) Graduate Seminar will be held May 3, 3:30 p.m., Gerald Thomas Hall, Rm. 200.

Vesh Thapa presents: Land use effects on soil health in semiarid drylands and Hannah Rheay presents: Characterization of native hops (Humulus lupulus neomexicanus).

More info...
For more information, contact Niall Hanan at 575-646-3335.
May 4
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Veguita
Dairy Heifer Clinic

A Clinic on selection, nutrition, feeding, animal health, dairy industry, and dairy tour will be presented by Jones Dairy Corp. and the Valencia County CES.

The Clinic is free and includes lunch, ice cream social, door prizes, and a drawing for clippers. RSVP is required to attend. The event will be held at Jones Dairy Corp. 52 Carlos Martinez Road in Veguita, NM from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

More info...
For more information, contact Newt McCarty at 505-565-3002.
May 4
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Albuquerque
Intermediate Hands-On Composting Workshop

The Intermediate Hands-On Composting Workshop will be held May 4, 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., home of Bill and Rye Bailey in Albuquerque's south valley.

The 5-1/2 hour workshop is open to those who have taken one of our Basics classes. You will get experience with a multi-bin hot compost pile, Bokashi bucket composting, and vermicomposting. Cost is $20. Lunch provided! Sponsored by Bernalillo County Extension Master Composters

More info...
For more information, contact Wynette Richards at 505-321-7967.
May 7-9
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Albuquerque
New Mexico Indian Livestock Days

The New Mexico Indian Livestock Days will be held May 7 - 9, time, Route 66 Casino, 14500 Central Ave SW, Rio Pureco.

Registration fee is $80 thru Apr. 30 and $100 starting May 1.

More info...
For more information, contact Monica Lury at 505-983-4615.
May 15
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Belen
EANM Meeting - Tome Tour

The Extension Association of NM (EANM) monthly meeting will be held May 15, Time and Location, TBA.

Meetings are free and open to the public. This month's topic is: Tome Tour.

More info...
For more information, contact Anne-Marie Wilson at 505-565-3002.
May 16-17
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Los Lunas
Valencia County Kids, Kows and More

The Valencia County Kids, Kows and More will be held May 16 - 17, 9 a.m., Los Lunas Ag Science Center, 1036 Miller Road.

Kids, Kows and More is a FREE school field trip for students from 3rd and 4th grades that focuses on how everyday agricultural products are produced. Students will learn that agriculture is not some abstract idea - it is the food they eat and the clothes they wear every day!

More info...
For more information, contact Vera Gibson at 505-565-3002.
May 21-22
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Las Cruces
BPCS Training

The BPCS (Better Process Control School) training will be held May 21 - 22, 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Gerald Thomas Hall, Rm. 303.

Registration of $450 includes materials and certificate. Deadline to register is May 7.

More info...
For more information, contact Nancy Flores at 575-646-1179.
May 23-24
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Las Cruces
Hemp Workshop

The 2019 Hemp Workshop will be held May 23 - 24, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum, 4100 Dripping Springs Road.

The First Hemp Workshop offered in NM to discuss the cultivation of hemp for CBD oil, fiber and food products. Including current NMDA/USDA legal aspects pertaining to NM business start up costs.

Registration is $120 for participants, which include dinner, snacks, and all workshop materials. Sponsor and vendor options available. Workshop is limited to the first 200 people.

More info...
For more information, contact Jeff Anderson at 575-525-6649.
May 23Dec 5
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Peralta
Specialty Cooking Classes

The Specialty Cooking Classes will be held Thursdays, May 23 - Dec. 5, 9 a.m. to 12 p.m., Peralta Methodist Church, Community Education Bldg, 25 Wesley Road.

The classes focuses on gaining skill or understanding of specific cuisines or food preparation methods. A $10 participation fee covers handouts, supplies, and lunch!

  1. May 23 - Grilling (RSVP by May 20)
  2. Aug. 29 - Iron Chef (RSVP by Aug. 26)
  3. Nov. 14 - Holiday Tea (RSVP by Nov. 11)
  4. Dec. 5 - EASY Candy Making (RSVP by Dec. 2)
More info...
For more information, contact Laura Bittner at 505-565-3002.
May 28
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Logan
Livestock Tag-In Dates - Lambs, Goats, and Pigs

The Livestock Tag-In Dates will be held May 28, 8 to 10 a.m., Logan A. Farm for Lambs, Goats, and Pigs.

All Quay County Junior Livestock exhibitors will be required to tag-in their animals at the designated tag-in days only. All animals must attend tag-in to be entered into fairs. No exceptions! Please designate someone to bring your animals if you are unable to attend. Bring your bill of sale and if they are from out of state, they will need veterinary inspection papers and must be branded. The 4-H brand will be available to use at the tag-in. If they have an existing brand, a letter from the breeder stating you can use their brand will work. Cost of tags are $3.50 each.

More info...
For more information, contact Jason Lamb at 575-461-0562.
May 28-30
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Albuquerque
Women in Agriculture Leadership Conference (WALC)

The WALC event will be held May 28 - 30, 1 p.m., Sheraton Albuquerque Uptown, 2600 Louisiana Blvd NE.

Registration: $130 for adults; $50 for young ladies (in college); and $50 for young ladies (ages 14-18). The focus will be on personal development leadership. Participants will sharpen their rowels on etiquette, selling yourself, time management, organization, a great tour and so much more. Attendees will leave with tangible tools and resources to help them be the best version of themselves.

More info...
For more information, contact Amy Zemler at 575-646-5204.
May 28Jul 17
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Tucumcari
Strong Seniors Stay Young

The Strong Seniors Stay Young program will be held Tuesdays and Thursdays, May 28 - July 17, 8:30 to 9:30 a.m., Mesaland's Community College, Room A-219.

The $20 fee is due at the first class. Spaces are limited. Please come by Quay CES to pick up your enrollment packet.

More info...
For more information, contact Brenda Bishop at 575-461-0562.
May 29Jun 1
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Las Cruces
Windmill Technology Workshop

The Windmill Technology Workshop will be held May 29 - June 1, 12 to 12 p.m., NMSU Main Campus.

Join us for a comprehensive training workshop in traditional windmill water lifting applications. Early registration is $250 before May 27; late registration will increase to $275.

More info...
For more information, contact Pam Robeson at 575-646-5960.
May 30
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San Jon
Livestock Tag-In Dates - Lambs, Goats, and Pigs

The Livestock Tag-In Dates will be held May 30, 4 to 7 p.m., San Jon for Lambs, Goats, and Pigs.

All Quay County Junior Livestock exhibitors will be required to tag-in their animals at the designated tag-in days only. All animals must attend tag-in to be entered into fairs. No exceptions! Please designate someone to bring your animals if you are unable to attend. Bring your bill of sale and if they are from out of state, they will need veterinary inspection papers and must be branded. The 4-H brand will be available to use at the tag-in. If they have an existing brand, a letter from the breeder stating you can use their brand will work. Cost of tags are $3.50 each.

More info...
For more information, contact Jason Lamb at 575-461-0562.
May 31
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Tucumcari
Livestock Tag-In Dates - Lambs, Goats, and Pigs

The Livestock Tag-In Dates will be held May 31, 8 to 10 a.m., Quay County Fairgrounds for Lambs, Goats, and Pigs.

All Quay County Junior Livestock exhibitors will be required to tag-in their animals at the designated tag-in days only. All animals must attend tag-in to be entered into fairs. No exceptions! Please designate someone to bring your animals if you are unable to attend. Bring your bill of sale and if they are from out of state, they will need veterinary inspection papers and must be branded. The 4-H brand will be available to use at the tag-in. If they have an existing brand, a letter from the breeder stating you can use their brand will work. Cost of tags are $3.50 each.

More info...
For more information, contact Jason Lamb at 575-461-0562.

June 2019

Jun 3Aug 2
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Las Cruces
Learning Games Lab

The Learning Games Lab will host summer sessions, June 3 - Aug. 2, Gerald Thomas Hall, Rm. 173.

Lab consultants will participate in game design and multimedia activities, play games in development, and give our developers feedback to improve design.

Session dates (grades as of Fall 2019):

  • June 3 - 7 - 8:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. (6 - 8 grades)
  • July 8 - 12 - 8:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. (6 - 8 grades)
  • July 15 - 19 - 8:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. (6 - 8 grades)
  • July 29 - Aug. 2 - 1 to 4:30 p.m. (9 - 12 grades)
More info...
For more information, contact Amanda Armstrong at 575-646-1076.
Jun 9-14
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Cimarron
NM Youth Ranch Management Camp

The NM Youth Ranch Management Camp will be held June 9 - 14, CS Cattle Company’s ranch at the foot of the Sangre de Cristo mountain range.

Youth ages 15-19 should apply for a life-changing experience where they will be introduced to the many aspects of running a ranch, from financial statements and marketing strategies to producing quality beef and managing natural resources and wildlife. Online registration deadline is April 12. Visit NMYRM for more information and to register.

More info...
For more information, contact Sid Gordon at 575-437-0231.
Jun 10Aug 2
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Las Cruces
Horsemanship Camp

The Horsemanship Camp will be held June 10 - Aug. 2, 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., NMSU Equine Education Center, 750 Stewart Street.

Registration is $300 and includes all necessary equipment, snacks, and t-shirt. Participants will learn horsemanship skills and techniques with an emphasis on safety and fun! It will be a great week with lots of time in the saddle. Camp is geared toward youth ages 7-13 and will include hands on activities learning about equine health, nutrition, anatomy, and how to ride.

More info...
For more information, contact Hannah Swarthout at 575-646-2929.
Jun 11Oct 1
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Peralta
Healthy Cuisine Cooking Classes

The Healthy Cuisine Cooking Classes will be held Tuesdays, June 11 - Oct. 1, 9 a.m. to 12 p.m., Peralta Methodist Church, Community Education Bldg, 25 Wesley Road.

The classes focus on lowering sugar, salt, and/or fat in the diet! A $10 participation fee covers handouts, supplies, and lunch!

  1. June 11 - Healthy Breakfast/Brunch Ideas (RSVP by June 6)
  2. Aug. 6 - Healthy Greek/Mediterranean Cuisine (RSVP by Aug. 1)
  3. Sep. 17 - Healthy Asian Cuisine (RSVP by Sep. 12)
  4. Oct. 1 - Healthy Holiday Meals (RSVP by Sep. 26)
More info...
For more information, contact Laura Bittner at 505-565-3002.
Jun 14
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Las Cruces
TAP Series - Winter In The Summer

Everyone needs the chance to wind down on Friday afternoons! And it can be done so in a friendly and fun environment at The Adjustment Project (TAP).

Join us, once a month, at 100 West Cafe from 5 to 7 p.m. for a cash bar of specialty cocktails, beers, wines, and non-alcoholic beverages at modest prices. Appetizers are complimentary with a purchase of a beverage. All proceeds will benefit student clubs, activities, and travel.

Parking: Please park in the lot off Knox St. across from (west of) Gerald Thomas Hall. Parking is free after 4:30 pm for our dinners and TAP series.

More info...
For more information, contact Katrinka Espinosa at 575-646-7324.
Jun 17Jul 17
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Farmington
Listening Sessions

The next Listening Session will be held June 17, 6 p.m., Location, TBA.

Additional sessions scheduled are:

  • July 17 - Eddy County Fairgrounds, Artesia
More info...
For more information, contact Tom Dean at 575-835-8033.
Jun 19
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Belen
EANM Meeting - Route 66

The Extension Association of NM (EANM) monthly meeting will be held June 19, 9:30 a.m., Belen Masonic Hall.

Meetings are free and open to the public. This month's topic is: Route 66.

More info...
For more information, contact Anne-Marie Wilson at 505-565-3002.

July 2019

Jul 8-11
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Las Cruces
4-H | State Conference

The 4-H | State Conference will be held July 8 - 11, NMSU Main Campus.

The Conference consists of contests, workshops, evening sessions, awards ceremony, and the election of new State Officers.

More info...
For more information, contact Patti Keith at 575-646-3026.
Jul 12
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Las Cruces
TAP Series - Jaws

Everyone needs the chance to wind down on Friday afternoons! And it can be done so in a friendly and fun environment at The Adjustment Project (TAP).

Join us, once a month, at 100 West Cafe from 5 to 7 p.m. for a cash bar of specialty cocktails, beers, wines, and non-alcoholic beverages at modest prices. Appetizers are complimentary with a purchase of a beverage. All proceeds will benefit student clubs, activities, and travel.

Parking: Please park in the lot off Knox St. across from (west of) Gerald Thomas Hall. Parking is free after 4:30 pm for our dinners and TAP series.

More info...
For more information, contact Katrinka Espinosa at 575-646-7324.
Jul 19-20
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Tucumcari
4-H | Quay County State Horse Show

The 4-H | Quay County State Horse Show will be held July 19 - 20. Entry deadline is July 5.

Further details coming soon!

More info...
For more information, contact Colette Mapes at 575-461-0562.
Jul 26-27
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Tucumcari
4-H | Quay County Rodeo

The 4-H | Quay County Rodeo will be held July 26 - 27. Rodeo entry deadline is July 12.

Further details coming soon!

More info...
For more information, contact Colette Mapes at 575-461-0562.

August 2019

Aug 8
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Tucumcari
Field Day - Tucumcari

The Annual Field Day for Tucumcari will be held Aug. 8, registration at 4:30 p.m. with a catered dinner at 5:30 pm., Agricultural Science Center at Tucumcari.

The dinner program will feature a guest speaker. After dinner, a hay ride is planned to see our ongoing research projects. Refreshments will be served following the hay ride.

More info...
For more information, contact Leonard Lauriault at 575-461-1620.
Aug 9
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Las Cruces
TAP Series - Adult Lemonade Stand

Everyone needs the chance to wind down on Friday afternoons! And it can be done so in a friendly and fun environment at The Adjustment Project (TAP).

Join us, once a month, at 100 West Cafe from 5 to 7 p.m. for a cash bar of specialty cocktails, beers, wines, and non-alcoholic beverages at modest prices. Appetizers are complimentary with a purchase of a beverage. All proceeds will benefit student clubs, activities, and travel.

Parking: Please park in the lot off Knox St. across from (west of) Gerald Thomas Hall. Parking is free after 4:30 pm for our dinners and TAP series.

More info...
For more information, contact Katrinka Espinosa at 575-646-7324.
Aug 14-17
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Tucumcari
Quay County Fair

The Quay County Fair will be held Aug. 14 - 17.

Further details coming soon!

More info...
For more information, contact Colette Mapes at 575-461-0562.
Aug 21
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Belen
EANM Meeting - Caring for the Caregiver

The Extension Association of NM (EANM) monthly meeting will be held Aug. 21, 9:30 a.m., Belen Masonic Hall.

Meetings are free and open to the public. This month's topic is: Caring for the Caregiver.

More info...
For more information, contact Anne-Marie Wilson at 505-565-3002.

September 2019

Sep 18
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Jarales
EANM Meeting - Valencia Flour Mill Tour

The Extension Association of NM (EANM) monthly meeting will be held Sep. 18, 10 a.m., Jarales.

Meetings are free and open to the public. This month's topic is: Valencia Flour Mill Tour.

More info...
For more information, contact Anne-Marie Wilson at 505-565-3002.

October 2019

Oct 3-5
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Las Cruces
NMSU Homecoming

The 2019 Homecoming celebrations will be held Oct. 3 - 5.

The week's activities end with the Homecoming football game Saturday, Oct. 5, against the Liberty University Flames.

More info...
For more information, contact Cindy Nicholson at 575-646-4665 .
Oct 16
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Belen
EANM Meeting - ABO

The Extension Association of NM (EANM) monthly meeting will be held Oct. 16, 9:30 a.m., Belen Masonic Hall.

Meetings are free and open to the public. This month's topic is: ABO.

More info...
For more information, contact Anne-Marie Wilson at 505-565-3002.

November 2019

Nov 20
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Belen
EANM Meeting - Christmas Ideas

The Extension Association of NM (EANM) monthly meeting will be held Nov. 20, 9:30 a.m., Belen Masonic Hall.

Meetings are free and open to the public. This month's topic is: Christmas Ideas.

More info...
For more information, contact Anne-Marie Wilson at 505-565-3002.

Featured Events

Below is a list of events sponsored by the College which are of interest to people across the state.

The maps next to each event indicate where the event is taking place.

April 2019

Apr 25
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Las Cruces
Bourbon and Derby 101

Please join us for a special beverage presentation Apr. 25, 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., Bobby Lee Lawrence Academy of Wine. $30 per person.

Get ready for the 145th Run for the Roses. Sample some of the best Kentucky bourbons and cocktails. Discover the history and traditions behind Kentucky Derby foods. Attendees will receive an Official Kentucky Derby Mint Julep Glass. Presented by Dr. Jean Hertzman, Director, SHRTM, and Daniel Gonzales, NMSU '03, Wine and Spirits Specialist, Southern Glazers Wines and Spirits

Parking: Please park in the lot off Knox St. across from (west of) Gerald Thomas Hall. Parking is free after 4:30 pm for our dinners and TAP series.

More info...
For more information, contact Katrinka Espinosa at 575-646-7324.
Apr 25
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Las Cruces
Science Cafe

The Science Cafe will feature Dr. Richard Heerema, Extension Plant Sciences, Apr. 25, 5:30 p.m., Las Cruces Museum of Nature and Science, 411 N. Main Street.

Dr. Heerema will summarize recent research results and New Mexico ranking as one of the nation's top three pecan producing states.

More info...
For more information, contact Wayne Maley at 575-522-3120.
Apr 26
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Las Cruces
100 West Cafe Lunch - Asian

Please join us this week, Apr. 26 for lunch! This week the theme is: Asian! See SHTRM website for specific menu and vegetarian options.

Our lunches are served Wednesdays and Fridays from Noon to 1 p.m. We offer fixed price lunches for $10 per person. This includes your choice of soup or salad, entree, and dessert with iced tea, water, or coffee. Regular lunch seating is on a walk-in basis. However, if you have a group of 8 or more, please contact us to make special arrangements for seating and menu choices.

The Spring 2019 lunches are from Feb. 13 thru May. 3. We will be closed for: Spring Holiday (April 19).

Parking: You will need a permit to park for the lunches. The E-Permit is a free single-day permit that can be obtained over the Internet. Up to 5 E-Permits can be obtained each year. Please see Parking Options at https://park.nmsu.edu/visitor for more information.

More info...
For more information, contact Katrinka Espinosa at 575-646-7324.

May 2019

May 1-3
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Las Cruces
100 West Cafe Lunch - Greek

Please join us this week, May 1 and 3 for lunch! This week the theme is: Greek! See SHTRM website for specific menu and vegetarian options.

Our lunches are served Wednesdays and Fridays from Noon to 1 p.m. We offer fixed price lunches for $10 per person. This includes your choice of soup or salad, entree, and dessert with iced tea, water, or coffee. Regular lunch seating is on a walk-in basis. However, if you have a group of 8 or more, please contact us to make special arrangements for seating and menu choices.

The Spring 2019 lunches are from Feb. 13 thru May. 3. We will be closed for: Spring Holiday (April 19).

Parking: You will need a permit to park for the lunches. The E-Permit is a free single-day permit that can be obtained over the Internet. Up to 5 E-Permits can be obtained each year. Please see Parking Options at https://park.nmsu.edu/visitor for more information.

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For more information, contact Katrinka Espinosa at 575-646-7324.
May 3
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Las Cruces
TAP Series - May the Third Be With You

Everyone needs the chance to wind down on Friday afternoons! And it can be done so in a friendly and fun environment at The Adjustment Project (TAP).

Join us, once a month, at 100 West Cafe from 5 to 7 p.m. for a cash bar of specialty cocktails, beers, wines, and non-alcoholic beverages at modest prices. Appetizers are complimentary with a purchase of a beverage. All proceeds will benefit student clubs, activities, and travel.

Parking: Please park in the lot off Knox St. across from (west of) Gerald Thomas Hall. Parking is free after 4:30 pm for our dinners and TAP series.

More info...
For more information, contact Katrinka Espinosa at 575-646-7324.
May 28-30
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Albuquerque
Women in Agriculture Leadership Conference (WALC)

The WALC event will be held May 28 - 30, 1 p.m., Sheraton Albuquerque Uptown, 2600 Louisiana Blvd NE.

Registration: $130 for adults; $50 for young ladies (in college); and $50 for young ladies (ages 14-18). The focus will be on personal development leadership. Participants will sharpen their rowels on etiquette, selling yourself, time management, organization, a great tour and so much more. Attendees will leave with tangible tools and resources to help them be the best version of themselves.

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For more information, contact Amy Zemler at 575-646-5204.

June 2019

Jun 14
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Las Cruces
TAP Series - Winter In The Summer

Everyone needs the chance to wind down on Friday afternoons! And it can be done so in a friendly and fun environment at The Adjustment Project (TAP).

Join us, once a month, at 100 West Cafe from 5 to 7 p.m. for a cash bar of specialty cocktails, beers, wines, and non-alcoholic beverages at modest prices. Appetizers are complimentary with a purchase of a beverage. All proceeds will benefit student clubs, activities, and travel.

Parking: Please park in the lot off Knox St. across from (west of) Gerald Thomas Hall. Parking is free after 4:30 pm for our dinners and TAP series.

More info...
For more information, contact Katrinka Espinosa at 575-646-7324.

July 2019

Jul 12
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Las Cruces
TAP Series - Jaws

Everyone needs the chance to wind down on Friday afternoons! And it can be done so in a friendly and fun environment at The Adjustment Project (TAP).

Join us, once a month, at 100 West Cafe from 5 to 7 p.m. for a cash bar of specialty cocktails, beers, wines, and non-alcoholic beverages at modest prices. Appetizers are complimentary with a purchase of a beverage. All proceeds will benefit student clubs, activities, and travel.

Parking: Please park in the lot off Knox St. across from (west of) Gerald Thomas Hall. Parking is free after 4:30 pm for our dinners and TAP series.

More info...
For more information, contact Katrinka Espinosa at 575-646-7324.

August 2019

Aug 9
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Las Cruces
TAP Series - Adult Lemonade Stand

Everyone needs the chance to wind down on Friday afternoons! And it can be done so in a friendly and fun environment at The Adjustment Project (TAP).

Join us, once a month, at 100 West Cafe from 5 to 7 p.m. for a cash bar of specialty cocktails, beers, wines, and non-alcoholic beverages at modest prices. Appetizers are complimentary with a purchase of a beverage. All proceeds will benefit student clubs, activities, and travel.

Parking: Please park in the lot off Knox St. across from (west of) Gerald Thomas Hall. Parking is free after 4:30 pm for our dinners and TAP series.

More info...
For more information, contact Katrinka Espinosa at 575-646-7324.