Farmington Indian Center

The Farmington Indian Center takes pride in offering and inviting the citizens of Farmington and its visitors to share, participate, learn, and preserve its rich cultural heritage by offering a variety of cultural showcases and educational activities and opportunities. 
Open to the Public. Stop by and visit!  Approximately 38,483 people were served in 2014

Keshjee' (Navajo Shoe Game)
January 20, 2017
6:00 to 11:00 PM

The public is invited to join the Farmington Indian Center for this Navajo winter night oral history game taught through song and playful teasing of opponents. 


“O Shi Heart”


Valentine’s Arts & Craft Sale
February 11, 2017
9:00 AM to 3:00 PM

An arts and crafts sale open to all vendors and buyers alike.
The sale is an opportunity to purchase unique handmade items for you or your valentine.


Spring Mini-Contest Pow-Wow

May 2017

Riverfest 2017
May 2017

Farmington American Indian 
Ambassador Pageant
Friday, June 9, 2017
The Farmington American Indian Ambassador pageant gives local Farmington youth an opportunity to present their talent,leadership abilities and desire to represent and serve
Farmington’s American Indian community.
Applications available January 2017

Giving Thanks for Our Veterans

November 2017

The Indian Center hosts an annual dinner as a time to honor, thank and recognize all veterans and their families
for their service to our great country.
$5.00.  Open to the public

Miracle on Main Street

 

December 2017
Farmington Civic Center
Be a part of the magic of Christmas with
Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Affairs!


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Photos courtesy of © Chimère Rose Photography 2013


TOTAH FESTIVAL
September 2-4, 2016


Friday, September 2, 2016
8 am – 12 noon: Juried Art Registration at the Farmington Museum at Gateway Park.
9 am – 5 pm: Rug Check in at the Farmington Museum at Gateway Park
5 pm – 6 pm: Juried Competition and Reception at the Farmington Museum
Saturday, September 3, 2016
1 pm: Totah Festival Navajo Rug Auction in the Civic Center Theater
9 am – 12 noon: Rug Check in at Farmington Civic Center Theater
10 am – 7 pm: Totah Festival open to public at the Farmington Civic Center
10 am – 7 pm: Contest Pow Wow on the Farmington Civic Center lawn
Raffle - ongoing throughout the day
Sunday, September 4, 2016
11 am – 6 pm: Contest Pow Wow on the Farmington Civic Center lawn
11 am – 5 pm: Totah Festival open to the public at the Farmington Civic Center
For more information call 505-599-1400 or 505-599-1174

TOTAH FESTIVAL
September 2-4, 2016


Friday, September 2, 2016
8 am – 12 noon: Juried Art Registration at the Farmington Museum at Gateway Park.
9 am – 5 pm: Rug Check in at the Farmington Museum at Gateway Park
5 pm – 6 pm: Juried Competition and Reception at the Farmington Museum
Saturday, September 3, 2016
1 pm: Totah Festival Navajo Rug Auction in the Civic Center Theater
9 am – 12 noon: Rug Check in at Farmington Civic Center Theater
10 am – 7 pm: Totah Festival open to public at the Farmington Civic Center
10 am – 7 pm: Contest Pow Wow on the Farmington Civic Center lawn
Raffle - ongoing throughout the day
Sunday, September 4, 2016
11 am – 6 pm: Contest Pow Wow on the Farmington Civic Center lawn
11 am – 5 pm: Totah Festival open to the public at the Farmington Civic Center
For more information call 505-599-1400 or 505-599-1174

TOTAH FESTIVAL
September 2-4, 2016


Friday, September 2, 2016
8 am – 12 noon: Juried Art Registration at the Farmington Museum at Gateway Park.
9 am – 5 pm: Rug Check in at the Farmington Museum at Gateway Park
5 pm – 6 pm: Juried Competition and Reception at the Farmington Museum
Saturday, September 3, 2016
1 pm: Totah Festival Navajo Rug Auction in the Civic Center Theater
9 am – 12 noon: Rug Check in at Farmington Civic Center Theater
10 am – 7 pm: Totah Festival open to public at the Farmington Civic Center
10 am – 7 pm: Contest Pow Wow on the Farmington Civic Center lawn
Raffle - ongoing throughout the day
Sunday, September 4, 2016
11 am – 6 pm: Contest Pow Wow on the Farmington Civic Center lawn
11 am – 5 pm: Totah Festival open to the public at the Farmington Civic Center
For more information call 505-599-1400 or 505-599-1174
Programs and services provided by the
Farmington Indian Center:


• Public information

• Copy and fax services
• Transit schedules

• Inter-city referrals
• Restroom and Shower facilities

• Navajo Nation Voter Registration
• Notary Public
• Community Worker Placement
• Conference Room

Programs and services provided by the
Farmington Indian Center

• Public information and job boards
• Copy and fax services
• Transit schedules
• Inter-city referrals

• Restroom and Shower facilities
• Navajo Nation Voter Registration
• Notary Public
• Community Worker Placement
• Conference Room

The Farmington Indian Center is a Division of Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Affairs. The FIC provides American Indian food in its restaurant. Shower and restroom facilities are available. The Indian Center serves as a focal point for Farmington citizens to rest, relax, and socialize. FIC hosts a variety of cultural showcases and educational activities and opportuntites for everyone to share and enjoy. The Farmington Indian Center is open to the public.