July 22, 2018

July 22, 2018

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


ON-GOING

Run to Raton
Festivities this morning in Raton

Car & Bike Show continues beginning at 8am. Awards ceremony at 10am.
Noon kickstands up for rides into surrounding areas.

Last day of the four-day festival. See our event page for the full schedule.

Drawing and Painting from the Figure
Two day class at La Veta School of the Arts

9am-4pm. Day 2 painting class instructed by artist Paula Little. This class is one of the many workshops offered by La Veta School of the Arts this summer.

NEXT WORKSHOP: Experimental Abstract Drawing / Peggy Zehring begins July 28.


7:30 AM

Spanish Peaks Striders Marathon Training Group

Every Sunday
Marathon Training group runs 13.1 (half-marathon) distance. Meet at Huerfano County Sports Complex, run to and around Lathrop State Park, and back.

Huerfano Sports Complex
355 W Pine St
Walsenburg, CO 81089
More Information


8:00 AM

Practical Pistol II Class
Day 1 of 2, 8am-5pm at NRA Whittington Center

ONLINE REGISTRATION REQUIRED: CLICK HERE

The Whittington U’s Practical Pistol II Course is the Intermediate to Advanced Level Defensive Sidearm instruction, that focuses on the cognitive disconnect that occurs when the mind is under emotional duress. Advanced movement drills and alternate firing positions are the highlight of this course.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

NRA Whittington Center
34025 Hwy 64 W
Raton, NM 87740
575-445-3615


9:00 AM

Guided Walk with Bob Kennemer
to benefit La Veta Fire Protection District

The walk will be led by local naturalist Bob Kennemer who has more than 40 years experience as an outdoor guide and educator. The hike will take place in natural areas near La Veta.

The hike is limited to 15 participants and you must register by emailing Kennemer at: bobkennemer@gmail.com.


10:00 AM

Walsenburg Farm & Makers Market
Every Sunday, 10-1

The market will include farmers with locally grown plants and produce, makers with fresh baked breads and sweets, pickles, jams, handmade jewelry, botanicals, art and gifts! There will be a food truck serving delicious hot Sunday brunch and lunch items too!

Heritage Park
4th St & Main St
Walsenburg, CO 81089


2:00 PM

The Pirates of Penzance
Live at Shuler Theater, Raton

A coming of age of Federick who has spent his formative years as a junior pirate as he plans to free himself from the Pirate King and begin his courtship of Mable. This show is suitable for all ages and will provide laughs and fun for the whole family! Tickets available at the door.

Click to Read  Activities & Events for week of September 6, 2018

Shuler Theater
131 N 2nd St
Raton, NM 87740


2:30 PM


“God of Carnage”

This 90-minute thrill ride takes you into the most dangerous place on earth: parenthood. An innocent squabble over a playground incident becomes an all-out, fur-flying, hilarious brawl between two copules in this new play from Yasmina Reza (Art). God of Carnage stormed Broadway, nabbing the 2009 Tony Award for Best Play and earning knock-out reviews.

Doors open at 2 PM.

Southern Colorado Repertory Theatre
131 W Main St
Trinidad, CO 81082
719-846-4765 scrtheatre.com


3:00 PM

Trinidad Triggers
vs. Alpine Cowboys, Central Park

The Triggers take on the Alpine Cowboys at Triggers Stadium. Redneck Smoke will be on hand cooking up all your favorites, and Budweiser products will be available for purchase.

$6 general admission. Gates open at 2.

Central Park
700 Smith Ave
Trinidad, CO 81082


6:30 PM

Meet Phil Weiser
Candidate for Colorado Attorney General

Come meet Democratic Candidate for Colorado Attorney General in Walsenburg. 6:30-8:30pm.

Corrine’s Mexican Food
822 Main St
Walsenburg, CO 81089


7:00 PM

“A House Concert for a Purpose”
at Francisco Center for the Performing Arts, La Veta

Kevin & Dustin Welch, father & son, and Mary-Ann Brandon & Fred James, husband & wife: two musical duos perform at this concert ot benefit LVFPD and HFPD for expenses related to the Spring Fire.

$25 per person. Limited seating. Contact Michele for tickets: 719-989-1023

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


7:30 PM

“Literally, Obviously, Vibrantly, Enough!”
SCRT 2018 Summer Camp participants

“Literally Obviously Vibrantly Enough” is a new, short musical created by the SCRT 2018 Summer Camp participants. The show follows a young woman and her friends on a magic quest throughout Trinidad, as they learn life lessons and meet bizarre characters.

LAST CHANCE 7:30pm at the Massari Theatre on the TSJC campus. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for children under 12.

Massari Theatre
Trinidad State Junior College
600 Prospect St Trinidad, CO 81082


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