Don’t miss this fun, relaxing, and social evening where you get to create your own painting while sipping on some award winning wine. No experience necessary. All materials provided. Take your canvas painting home. $40 per person. Space is limited (10). Sign up now.
Don’t miss celebrity chef Robert Irvine this May at Inn of the Mountain Gods! Star of hit Food Network shows such as Dinner: Impossible, Worst Cooks in America and Restaurant: Impossible, Irvine is a world-class chef, fitness authority and philanthropist. During this incredible event, you’ll get to enjoy his acclaimed cooking first-hand with a delicious three-course meal of Tomato and Summer Squash Salad, Gruyère Cheese-Crusted Filet Mignon and Coconut Cream Pie. Tickets include the price of dinner and are on sale now for $69.
Join the staff of Fort Stanton and the members Fort Stanton, Inc. for their second annual first Mother’s Day Tea fundraiser featuring a Victorian-era tea party, costumed living historians, and a program about Victorian social etiquette. $20 per person, $15 for seniors and students, and free for children under six . Reservations required. 575-354-0341
Country Music fans mark your calendars! We are proud to host the 2nd Annual All American Country Music Festival at Wingfield Park in Ruidoso. We guarantee it will bigger and better than the first (which ROCKED!). Backdropped by Sierra Blanca peak and surrounded by pine trees, cool breezes and clear blue skies the music, food, and drinks take a front seat over Memorial Day weekend in Ruidoso.
The “Taste of the Spencer” is the toast of the town as patrons, friends and supporters from near and far indulge their senses, Spencer style. The night’s program includes gourmet food tastings prepared by the Spencer Theater culinary staff, generous pours of wine, and the silent and live auction of fine items from throughout the country. $70
Fine art lovers from around the southwest make an annual trip to Ruidoso for this juried fine arts show that features over 100 of the nation’s most talented artists showcasing a broad spectrum of mediums, showcasing collectible art and jewelry.
Each year at the Lincoln County Cowboy Symposium there is ALWAYS stellar entertainment, ALWAYS a chuckwagon cook-off, ALWAYS great family fun, and ALWAYS a great exhibition of western wares with over 100 vendors and their unique products for you to buy. Plus mounted shooting competition and equestrian demonstrations.
Enjoy an Easter Sunday brunch with some delicious food and cocktails to pair! Tickets are on sale now. Buffet menu to come. Adult tickets are $30 in advance and $40 at the door. Children 12 and under tickets are $10. Book now >
Celebrate National Puppy Day with a good cause [and beer] at The Hidden Tap! The Humane Society of Lincoln County will be onsite with adoptable dogs between 1 - 4 pm. $1 from every pint sold will go toward saving more lives.
Celebrate St. Paddy's Day with Green Trivia, Great Beer, and Irish Classics with Jones and Miles (Cody Jones and Chris Miles) at Lost Hiker Brewing Company. Trivia will start early at 3pm-5pm. Followed by music till 8 🍀🍺🍀🍻🍀🍻
Join the growing gathering of gospel music lovers at Sacred Grounds Coffee & Teahouse for this unique St. Patrick’s celebration in song. You can now purchase advance reservations online for Chef Zach’s tasty buffet brunch. Ticket price: $15.
Spring break in the mountains calls for a BBQ-BEER-WINE Festival! Come experience BBQ from around the country. Mountain Smoke Festival will showcase Breweries and Wineries from across New Mexico. Live Music, craft vendors, children activities, and local favorite food at the event.
Treat your beloved to a delicious meal prepared for two at Hunt & Harvest at The Mercantile. Dinner reservations begin at 6 pm and will be taken until 9 pm. $100 tickets include 5 courses and two glasses of wine.
Valentine's is about love, so what better way to share some love than with your favorite gal pals. Kicking off the holiday is Galentine’s at Enchanted Vine. The event begins with a yoga session (bring your own mat), followed by cocktails and brunch, and then a clothing swap! There will also be card making crafts to help you create a Valentine for your loved one. Reserve your space now at Eventbrite.
Dine for a cause at this 10 course gourmet meal with each course prepared by a different White Apron Society Chef and paired with a wine from Noisy Water Winery. All proceeds go to support High Mountain Youth Project to benefit homeless youth. Limited tickets available.
What could go wrong by pairing local craft beer and farm-to-table dining? Nothing! This perfect pairing features local favorite Lost Hiker Brewing Company with the wonderful farm-to-table style restaurant, Hunt & Harvest Tickets are $45 with limited seating. Purchase your tickets today.
Returning by popular demand Bobby Luster returns to White Oaks with classic western music at the No Scum Allowed Saloon. Join the fun with their Ugly Christmas Sweater contest and, with a little luck, Santa may arrive early. Call (575) 648-5583 for information and reservations.
Enchanted Vine & Noisy Water Winery invite snow lovers of all ages to join the party! Live music. NM Craft Beer & Wine. Artisan vendors and local businesses. Snowmageddon bonfire. Fun for the whole family.
After enjoying the Festival of Lights Parade in Midtown, head over to Wingfield Park for a free Festival of Lights After Party. Beginning at 7:00 PM, there will be food, drinks, an outdoor showing of “It’s A Wonderful Life”, winter activities for the kids, fire pits for roasting marshmallows, and Santa will be on hand for photos. Be sure to join the fun!
Foodies won’t want to miss this evening of gourmet food and cooking demonstrations by Celebrity Chef Emeril Lagasse! Known for his hit shows on the Food Network, the Amazon original series Eat the World with Emeril Lagasse and as the food correspondent for ABC’s Good Morning America, Emeril is the chef and proprietor of 11 restaurants and the bestselling author of 19 cookbooks. Tickets from $70.
The finest in barbecue, craft beer, and soulful music unite at Inn of the Mountain Gods for Brews, Blues, and BBQ, taking place from noon to 6 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 22, 2018. Guests can choose from the tastiest barbecue in the area, as well as sample over 200 varieties of beer from Ballast Point, Santa Fe Brewing, Sierra Nevada, Rio Bravo Brewing Co. and more. The cost for 10 four-ounce pours is $25 per person.
Join Inn of the Mountain Gods in saying farewell to summer with food, music and fireworks at the End of Summer Bash on Sunday, September 2, 2018. The family-friendly event begins at 3 p.m. with jumping balloons and concessions and at 5 p.m. guests can enjoy live music on the lawn. Once dusk settles in, fireworks will light the sky over Lake Mescalero as live music continues to play. Attendance to the End of Summer Bash is free, however jumping balloon tickets are $10 per person.
It's that time of year again when Noisy Water Winery hosts a crush party highlighting what they do best, winemaking.
Join the fun on Saturday, August 25, 2018, at the Enchanted Vine Barn in Alto for winery tours, fermenting wine tasting, grape crushing, and of course wine! There will be live music, food, and games. $10 Tickets sold at the door. Kids are FREE.
Live racing all weekend in conjunction with our Green Chile Wine and Beer Festival! There will be New Mexico Beer and Wine Vendors in a tent outside the racetrack as well as Hatch Green Chile roasting and sampling and local vendors. A free concert on Friday and Saturday inside the tent will start immediately after the races.
Don't miss this very special private barbeque dinner and an outdoor concert at Glencoe Distillery featuring Ray Benson and his entire band, Asleep at the Wheel as a fundraiser for the Lincoln County Mountain Entertainment Group for the Arts, a 501(c)(3) Charitable organization. Only 350 tickets will be sold. Open to adults 21 or older. Purchase tickets online.