To be sure you won't miss the Taiko drummers at the 3rd and final performance in the Fall Concert Series (see post preceding this one). But that's not the end of the seasonal fun until the December 16 Cantata. There's more.
ShareFest, (yes, 4th not 3rd Thursday & Thanksgiving Day this month, but Dennis assures me that ShareFest is still on and tells me it is great fun - always shows up with an instrument . So come by the Dr Saul Community Center, share thanks, visit, karaoke off your dinner, enjoy live music by local musicians. Open Mic Night. Live music - everyone encouraged to bring an instrument. Organized by iCreate , Inc. and the Town of Mountainair. Call Kay Stillion, 847-2301, for more information.
Annual Christmas Light Parade, hosted by the Town of Mountainair. This year's parade theme is Christmas Carols. LIne up at 4:30 pm on Limit St in front of the Mountainair Campgrounds. For more information, call Town Hall, 847-2321Cibola Arts Opening: "Holidays Show" - afternoon reception for opening at gallery. Visit CibolaArts.com for contact information.
Annual Christmas Crafts Fair, 12 noon - 7:30 pm promises to be a lively occasion - all booth space sold out - 30 vendors, crafts, music, food and fun. Door Prizes.
And somewhere about the time of these events, I'll finally be able to announce - with pictures - the really BIG NEWS I've been hinting at. It's quite "seasonal" too, involving a journey, dressing up and celebrating up. The trip is much longer than down Broadway.
Sometime in December, date yet to be announced (depends on booking the Community Center), the Police Department is sponsoring a Children's Holiday Party in cooperation with Toys for Tots. Support this event by dropping off toys and donations (lights, cards, decorations, candy canes, wrapping paper, tape, tins of cookies, wreaths) at drop boxes around town (MyBank, Gustin's, CNME, Tonw Hall, Shaffer, Meds & More, B Street Market, Uncle Walters, Police Dept). Call Whitney von Kutzleben, 847-2347, for more information.