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Farmington Events Calendar: Things to do in Northern New Mexico

Totah Festival and Indian Market will feature a variety of artists and dancers this weekend. (Courtesy photo)
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The 32nd annual Totah Festival and Indian Marketwill take place this from 10 a.m .to 6 p.m. Saturday and from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday at Farmington Civis Center, 200 W. Arrington St.

Featured events include the Authentic Navajo Rug Auction, Indian Market, Cultural Expo and the Totah 5K River Run & Walk. Artists will also exhibit their work.

The outdoor cultural expo will take place from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday with Zuni Olla Maidens and Diamond Creek Apache Corwn Dancers, followed by the James And Ernie Comedy Show at 6 p.m.

Sundays events will start of with the 5K River Run and Walk and will be followed by Sky City Buffalo Ram Dancers at noon and Oak Canyon Dancers at 1 p.m. To conclude the festical, Joe Tohonnie Jr. and White Mountain Apache Crown Dancers will perform at 4 p.m.

For more information, visit www.totahfestival.org.

Local Events, Sept. 1-15
Friday-Sunday, Sept. 3-5

Four Corners Reggae Festival, 4 p.m. Friday-11 p.m. Sunday, Tico Time Resort, 20 County Road 2050, Aztec. Live music with Afrobeatniks featuring Fara Tolno, The Gladiator, Pato Banton, Collie Buddz and more. Tickets: ticotimeresort.ticketspice.com/four-corners-reggae-fest.

Saturday, Sept. 4

Cultural Expo - Live Performance by the Zuni Olla Maidens, 1 and 3 p.m., Farmington Civic Center, 200 W. Arrignton St. Outdoor Live Performance by the Zuni Olla Maidens. Details: www.fmtn.org/civiccenter.

End Of Summer Paint Jam, 5 p.m., 738 W Main St. Free. All ages. This is a drug and alcohol free event. Details: www.facebook.com/events/4247148625382223.

Saturday-Sunday, Sept. 4-5

32nd annual Totah Festival & Indian Market, all day, Farmington Civic Center, 200 W. Arrington St. Free. Featuring the authentic rug auction, Juried Art Competition, Indian Market, Cultural Expo and Totah 5K River Run & Walk. Details: www.totahfestival.org.

Sunday, Sept. 5

Third annual Bryant Stalcup Memorial disc golf tournament, 7 a.m. Majestic Enchantment Fly Fishing on The San Juan, 221 Highway 511, Blanco. $45. Two rounds of 21 holes. Lunch provided. Tickets: www.discgolfscene.com/tournaments/3rd_Bryant_Stalcup_Memorial_2021.

Music in the Shade with Gypsyfire, 4-7 p.m., Wines of the San Juan, 233 Highway 511, Blanco.

Tuesday-Sunday, Sept. 4-12

Four Corner 4x4 Week, all day, various locations. Featuring trail rides, Fall Crawl, East My Dust Lunch, Downtown Takeover and W.E. Rock Grand Nationals. Details and full schedule: www.farmingtonnm.org/events/four-corners-4x4-week.

Wednesday, Sept. 8

Grand opening and ribbon cutting for the Connie Gotsch Theatre, 5-7 p.m., San Juan College Courtyard. Details: (505) 566-3296.

Thursday-Sunday, Sept. 9-12

The Wall That Heals memorial, open 24 hours, San Juan College. A three-quarter scale replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial that honors the more than three million Americans who served in the U.S. Armed forces in the Vietnam War and it bears the names of the 58,279 men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice in Vietnam. Details: www.farmingtonnm.org/events/the-wall-that-heals.

Friday, Sept. 10

Legal fair, noon-5 p.m., by phone/virtual. Ask questions about a legal issue and seek legal advice from an attorney. Registration required. Details: (505) 334-6151 or sanjuanlegalfair.gov.

Saturday, Sept. 11

Four Corners 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb, 7 a.m.-1 p.m., Ricketts Park, 1300 Vine Ave. Honoring and remembering the FDNY, NYPD, Port Authority Police and EMS and who gave their lives on 9-11-2001. Each participant pays tribute by climbing the equivalent of the 110 stories of the World Trade Center. Registration: www.nfff.akaraisin.com/ui/fourcorners.

Dining With the Dead, 4-8 p.m., Greenlawn Cemetary, 1606 N. Dustin Ave. $30. Reenactors will tell stories early pioneers. Visitors will take a guided tour and enjoy a BBQ dinner at Greenlawn Cemetery. Tickets: www.eventbrite.com/e/dining-with-the-dead-tickets-162740744949.

Summer Terrace Concert Series with Zia Chicks, 6:30-7:30 p.m., Farmington Museum & Visitor Center, 3041 E. Main St. Free. Details: www.fmtn.org/248/Farmington-Museum-at-Gateway-Park.

Sunday, Sept. 12

Four Corners Old Car Club 37th Annual Show, 9 a.m.-3 p.m., Brookside Park. Free. Twenty-seven classes from 1900 to 2021. Food concessions, music by Epic Entertainment, People's Choice Award and more. Hosted by Northern New Mexico Street Rodders. Details: www.facebook.com/events/536461194361319.

Sports Events, July 14-28
Thursday, Sept. 2

Farmington High School soccer vs. Kirtland Central High School, 6 p.m., Hutchison Stadium.

Bloomfield High School soccer vs. Piedra Vista High School, 6 p.m., Mesa Alta Soccer Field.

Friday, Sept. 3

Piedra Vista High School soccer vs. Los Alamos, 3 p.m., Piedra Vista Football Field and Track.

Piedra Vista High School football vs. Atrisco Heritage Academy, 7 p.m., Hutchison Stadium.

Bloomfield High School football vs. Grants, 7 p.m., Bobcat Stadium.

Saturday, Sept. 4

Aztec High School soccer vs. Hope Christian High School, 11a.m., Tiger Sports Complex.

Friday, Sept. 10

Farmington High School football vs. Aztec, 7 p.m., Fred Cook Memorial Stadium.

Piedra Vista High School football vs. Kirtland, 7 p.m., Hutchison Stadium.

Tuesday, Sept. 14

Farmington High School soccer vs. Bloomfield, Hutchison Stadium.

For more information and to confirm event information, visit each event page online or call the organizer.

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