April 26, 2019

April 26, 2019

Please e-mail information about upcoming events to newlegendsmagazine@outlook.com


LATEST EVENTS

April 27: Raton Cycling Club
April 28: Brick City Roller Derby Practice
May 11: ROAR Mother’s Day Pancake Breakfast
May 17: Growing Readers Together
June 12: Story Time at Carnegie Public Library

See events as they’re added: CLICK HERE
See the full events calendar: CLICK HERE


ATHLETICS

1:00 PM: Baseball, St. Michael’s at Raton

Raton High School
1535 Tiger Circle
Raton, NM 87740


ALL DAY

Corazon de Trinidad Poetry Festival
Thursday-Saturday, three-day event

Events include Open Mic, Poetry Out Loud, Readings and Book Signing, Writing Workshops, Adult and Youth Sessions, and more. Featuring Alan Ainsworth, Molina Speaks, Juan Morales, and Maria Melendez Kelson. See our event page for the full schedule with locations.


8:00 AM


Yard Sale

8am-3pm, Fri & Sat in Raton

Annual Christian Motorcyclists Association Yard Sale fundraiser.

306 Kaiser Dr
Raton, NM 87740


9:00 AM

Youth Fridays
9am-2pm, junior high program at Mt. Carmel

This program will take place every Friday from 9am-2pm beginning March 15 and concluding May 10 for students in grades 5-8. Pre-registration required. More Information: 719-845-4877

Mt. Carmel Wellness & Community Center
911 Robinson Ave
Trinidad, CO 81082

Little Learners Play Group
9-11am, every Friday, kids aged 3-5

Play group for children ages 3-5. Must be accompanied by an adult. More Information: 719-846-4400

SCDDS
415 S Indiana Ave
Trinidad, CO 81082

Trees
9am, Arbor Day event in Walsenburg

Learn about trees, create your own tree-disc medallion, complete a tree worksheet, and earn a junior ranger badge! Everyone is welcome. Recommended for kids age 5-11. More Information: 719-738-2376

Lathrop State Park
70 CR 502
Walsenburg, CO 81089


10:00 AM

Accidental Writers Club
10am-noon, every Friday

Accidental Writers Guild meets every Friday at in the upstairs room of the Arthur Johnson Memorial Library. All those interested in writing are invited to attend. Share your knowledge and learn at the same time. More Information: 575-445-9711

Arthur Johnson Memorial Library
244 Cook Ave
Raton, NM 87740


1:00 PM

Hands-On History
1-4pm at Trinidad History Museum

This program is open for all students in grades 1-8, at the cost of $9/student with scholarships available. More Information: Abigail at 719-846-7217

Trinidad History Museum
120 S Chestnut St
Trinidad, CO 81082

Stitching Group
Fridays, 1-3:30 pm
Join the crafters for creation and conversation. All are welcome.

Carnegie Public Library
202 N Animas St
Trinidad, CO 81082
719-846-6841


2:00 PM

Growing Readers Together
2-4pm, literacy program at the library

This series of five events for caregivers and is for children under 6 to come play and learn. Each participant will leave with a goodies bag.

Carnegie Public Library
202 N Animas St
Trinidad, CO 81082

Circle Talk
2-4pm, aging adults group in La Veta

Meet new people and have interesting and meaninful conversations. Experience connection, relationships, and community. Orientation and information meeting will take place Friday, March 8. The group will begin Friday, March 15, and meet every Friday at 2pm concluding May 31. Facilitated by Beckie Ferrell-Roden. More Information: 303-419-0694

Click to Read  Weekend Express 02-07-2019

La Veta Public Library
310 S Main St
La Veta, CO 81055


5:00 PM

Primero Spring Dance
5-8pm, school event at Skateland

This event is open to the Primero community. Admission is free. More Information: 719-868-2715

Skateland
424 W Main St
Trinidad, CO 81082


6:00 PM

Friday Night Magic
at Frontier Games, 6-11pm

A weekly social gathering of Magic fans, hosted at your local friendly game store.
Meet other players, play some games, check out new cards, test your latest deck designs, and most importantly, have fun!

Frontier Games
209 E Main St
Trinidad, CO 81089
719-422-9020

Minette Church
6-7:30pm, speaker series at the museum

This free event is a part of the Borderlands of Southern Colorado series, focusing on roadside history andthe archaeology of the Santa Fe Trail. Free and open to the public. More Information: 719-846-7217

Trinidad History Museum
312 E Main St
Trinidad, CO 81082


6:30 PM

Open Mic Night
at Las Animas Grill, sponsored by Ike’s Music

All ages, no cover show. Performers, sign up early to secure your three-song set. Food & drink available for purchase.

Las Animas Grill
341 N Commercial St
Trinidad, CO 81082

Canvas & Cocktails
6:30-8pm, painting class in Walsenburg

This interactive painting class instructed by Patti Paiz-Jones includes one cocktail, all supplies, and instruction on creating a mandala painting. $25 per person. Pre-registration required: 719-890-1072

Daily Perks
110 E 5th St
Walsenburg, CO 81089


7:00 PM

“The Scarlet Letter”
April 19-28, Trinidad Community Theater at SCRT

This masterpiece examines the timeless truth that compassion and understanding are more powerful and enduring than vengeance and cruelty. A collaboration with Trinidad High School and TSJC. More Information: 719-846-4765

Southern Colorado Repertory Theatre
131 W Main St
Trinidad, CO 81082

Floyd Beard
7pm, cowboy poet at the museum

A part of the Corazon de Trinidad Poetry Festival. Refreshments available. $5 per person, children under 12 free.

A.R. Mitchell Museum
150 E Main St
Trinidad, CO 81082

“The Grunch”
Thurs-Sun, new children’s musical in La Veta

Book, music, and lyrics by Denver Casado and Betina Hrshey. Additional material by Brian Dawson. Tickets are $5. Member discounts do not apply.

Francisco Center for the Performing Arts
127 W Francisco St
La Veta, CO 81055

Celebrate the World Around Us
7pm, ballet & piano recital in Raton

The Raton School of Dance and Carol Unger present, “Celebrate the World Around Us”, a ballet and piano recital. More Information: 575-445-4746

Shuler Theater
131 N 2nd St
Raton, NM 87740


Please e-mail information about upcoming events to newlegendsmagazine@outlook.com

Our events calendar is a free public service of New Legends Productions.
New Legends Productions cannot be held responsible for the accuracy of this calendar.
Please contact event organizers for the latest information.

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