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November 4, 2013 - April 26, 2014 @ Farmington Museum
The Farmington Museum invites you to view an expansive display of historic and contemporary photography at this new exhibit. Farmington has changed dramatically over the years. Experience a slice of Farmington's past in comparison to what it is today. This unique exhibit uses both photography and historic objects to show the evolution of Farmington from small agricultural settlement to the bustling city of today. There will be a reception on Saturday, November 9, from 2:00 -4:00 p.m. While you browse the exhibit, enjoy the festivities that will be taking place for the Farmington Museum Foundation’s annual One Great Day of Shopping extravaganza event.
January 10 - June 6 @ Farmington Indian Center
Applications due by Friday, June 6 2014. Pageant will be held at the Farmington Civic Center on Friday, June 13, 2014, 5:30 to 9:30 pm. Eligibility requirements: Must be a resident of Farmington, between the ages of 12-18, and provide proof of Tribal enrollment.
February 28, 8:00 AM - March 21, 5:00 PM @ Farmington Aquatic Center and Farmington Recreation Center
Got nothing to do during Spring Break? Come join Farmington Aquatics and Farmington Recreation for some outdoor, activities, swimming, and arts & crafts. Starting February 28, you can register your child online, at the Farmington Recreation Center, or at the Farmington Aquatic Center, but hurry there are only 60 spots available. For more information, call (505)599-1184 or (505)599-1167
March 4 - April 19 @ Riverside Nature Center
Visit the Riverside Nature Center for this annual exhibit of pictures taken in Animas and Berg Parks. Scenery, wildlife, events, still life, people, and pets are just some of the subjects in this display of works by many photographers, professional and amateur.
March 18, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ Farmington Museum
Join the Farmington Museum for a walking tour of downtown Farmington’s fascinating early history. Learn a little about the devastating Main St. fires, early architecture, pioneer community builders, and more! Transportation will be provided. Registration is required. Please call (505) 599-1169 or come into the museum to register.
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