2 Summer Terrace Concert Series
6pm-730pm Join the Farmington Museum on the
terrace by the river each Saturday evening during
the summer months for some local live entertainment
at the FREE 16th Annual Summer Terrace
Music Series. Don’t forget your folding chair and
5 Kids Club
5pm-7pm at Chick-fil-A. Your kids will have the
opportunity to experience fun activities, crafts
and games all while learning values like kindness
and generosity. Register your kids online at
7 Penny Party at the E3 Children’s Museum
10am-12pm. What can a penny buy you these
days? A whole lot of fun, that’s what. Join E3
Children’s Museum for Stacking Pennies, Polka
Dot Penny Pitch, Penny Medals, Coin Drop and
much more! http://www.fmtn.org/254/E3-Childrens
7 Farmington American Indian Ambassador
Held at the Farmington Civic Center at 5:30 p.m.
The public is invited to see Farmington youth
present their talent, leadership abilities, and
compete to represent and serve Farmington’s
American Indian community. 505-599-1524.
9 History Hikes at the Farmington Museum &
2018 History Hikes are scheduled for the second
Saturday of every month, May - September. Dates
include May 12th, June 9th, July 14th, August
11th and September 8th. 505-599-1174
9 2nd Annual Car Show at Sunray Park & Casino
Check in 8am. Show 1pm-4pm Free Admission.
Best Street Rod 1900-1949. Best Muscle Car 1963-
1973. Best Original Antique Restored 1900-1950.
Best of the 50’s & 60’s. Best of the 70’s & 80’s.
Best of the Modern Era 1990-Present Tons of food
and drink specials!!
9-10 Gun & Knife Show
Located at the Aztec Community Center, this
event is held Saturday 9am-5pm and Sunday
15 Kids’ Dog Show
1pm-2:30pm. Along with the show there will be
other dog loving activities in which to participate.
Dogs must be at least 6 months old and have all
of their shots. In-person registration only at the
Farmington Recreation Center. 505-599-1184
15 Father Son Campout
Tickets includes a weenie roast, continental
breakfast, and an evening of games and activities.
State fishing licenses are required if you plan to
fish. Registration is required at www.fmtn.org/
WebTrac under “Sycamore Park Tickets”.
16 Astrofriday-Fathers Day Ductmazing Bouquet
11am-1pm. Come to E3 Children’s Museum & Science
Center and make something “ductmazing”
for the special guy in your life. Don’t forget your
16 The Mac & Cheese Fest
Come ‘Jolt’ your taste buds at the Mac & Cheese
Fest held in Farmington, NM at Berg Park along
the beautiful Animas River on Saturday June 16th,
2018 from 1:00pm-5:00pm. Adult only 21 festival
with plenty of Gourmet Mac and Cheese, plus
tastings of wine and beer. Pre Sale tickets will
be $35.00, plus sales tax. For more information,
please call 505-325-3541
17 Annual Father’s Day Car Show
10:30am-1:30pm. It’s that time of year again for
Pinon Hills Community Church’s annual Father’s
Day Car Show. There will be a little bit of everything,
from original to custom, classic to current.
There will be food and fun for all ages.
21 Summer Solctice at Salmon Observatory
7am-8:30am at Salmon Ruins in Bloomfield.
Observe the summer solstice sunlight illuminate
the 1,000 the year old feature through a narrow
opening into a room at Salmon Ruins. A lecture
regarding archaeoastronomy studies of the Chacoan
structure will detail the event. FREE.
23 Butterfly Walk
1pm-3pm. Learn about butterflies and other
insects on this catch and release walk of about
a mile starting at the Riverside Nature Center in
Animas Park. 505-599-1422
29 Star Spangled Celebration
Kids, join the Farmington Rec Center at Civitan
Park for hot dogs and the annual good, old-fashioned
holiday fun! Crafts, relays, games, lunch
and firecrackin’ fun! Online registration required.
29 - July 1 Gem & Mineral Show
10am-6pm at McGee Park Indoor Riding Arena,
Sponsored by the San Juan County Gem and Rock
Mineral Society. www.farmingtomnm.org
3 Firecracker Fun at Lake Farmington
Join the Farmington Aquatic Center at Lake Farmington
for the Firecracker Fun Festival! This free
event will include water games and prizes for the
3-4 Farmington Freedom Days
The Fourth of July is celebrated with a variety of
special events the week of the 4th. Events include
a fireworks display, night parade, Party in the
Park, skateboarding competition, summer theater,
gem and mineral show and more!
days/ or 505-326-7602
10 Park Play Day
Visit Westland Park in Farmington for some good,
old-fashioned fun! Play tag, ladder golf, shoot
hoops, do a scavenger hunt, roll down hills, or just
come enjoy the sun and shades. Don’t miss this
super fun, FREE event! www.fmtn.org
13 Back to School Splash
2pm-4pm. Join Sycamore Park Community Center
for one last big party of the summer. This annual
event is a favorite with the kids! 505-566-2480 or
20 Friday Fun at E3 Children’s Museum
10:30am-11:15am. Fridays mean fun for toddlers!
Join us for an engaging actvitiy inside then singing
and a great story outside under our tree.
21 MAKE.Do Fair & Pallet Throwdown
Get tons of summer ideas for crafts and activities
at our Make.Do Fair, or show off how you can
up-cycle an ordinary wooden pallet into something
extraordinary! You’ll have a chance to win
prizes, and vote for your favorite project during
the competition. www.infoway.org
22 Summer Rockfest Tour
5:30pm-11:30pm at Aztec Church of the Nazarene.
Featuring the bands Spoken, Random Hero,
Gold, Frankincense, & Myrrh, Amongst the Giants,
Zahna & Seventh Day Slumber. 972-217-6094
23 Legally Blonde the Musical
Jr. Heather McGaughey Teen Voices is a program
which provides local teens (Ages 13-18) a place
where they can come together and share in the
experience of live theater both onstage as well as
backstage. FREE! www.fmtn.org or 505-566-2390
1-3 Totah Festival Indian Market & Pow Wow
10am-7pm at the Farmington Museum & Visitor
Center. Talented Native American artisans are
juried into this annual festival celebrating the
craftsmanship and friendship of regional artists.
Featuring a weekend of fantastic food, a contest
Pow-Wow, Cultural Dance Expo and the popular
authentic Navajo Rug Auction. http://www.fmtn.
1-5 Cannie Mack World Series
Connie Mack World Series teams are comprised
of highly-talented players ages 16 to 18 from
across the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico.
17 teams will compete for the championship
as pro-scouts and college officials join friends,
family and fans at the award winning Ricketts Park
baseball field in Farmington. cmws.usapremiersports.
3-5 Hawkins Precision High Altitude Shootout
Mill Creek Shooting Resort will be holding our PRS
event “Hawkins Precision High Altitude Shootout”.
The match will be set up for the true practical
rifleman. With many challenging targets out to
1300 yds with 1 stage out to a mile! 505-860-4232
13-18 San Juan County Fair & Carnival
The San Juan County Fair takes place at McGee
Park and features livestock shows, a parade,
vendors and an excellent selection of live musical
19 Wine & Shine Classic Car Show
10am-3pm at Wines of the San Juan. Live Music,
Great Food, and Awards in a Wonderful Environment.
Music by the Pete Giuliani Band. We welcome
Infinite Barbeque back to the event again
this year. Gluten free food is available.
8 Dining with the Dead
4pm-8pm at Greenlawn Cemetary. Step back in
time to the late 1800s and early 1900s when San
Juan County’s early pioneers will be brought to
life. Enjoy an evening of history, performances,
humorous stories and great BBQ!
15-16 Green Chili Festival
Held at Sutherlands Farms in Aztec. Live music,
barrel train rides, face painting, play area, and of
course Green Chile roasting . (505) 334-3578 or
22 Fee FREE Day at All National Parks
This is an entrance fee free day in all National Park
Service sites and all public Federal Lands!
29-30 Harvest Wine Festival
Celebrate the harvest season with music, art
show, food and the great grape stomp at the
Wines of the San Juan. Saturday 12-7pm and Sunday