Put down that fork and put on your running shoes for the After Turkey–Turkey Trot in Ruidoso, a 5K Run-Walk around The Links at Sierra Blanca. Registration begins at 8:30 AM with entry fee of one or more cans of food to support the Lincoln County Food Bank. T-Shirts will be handed out to the first 30 who register as sizes and supplies last.
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.
The “Taste of the Spencer” continues to be 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. $65
This sporting clay competition offers over $5000 in prizes! There will be door prizes, raffles, live music, games and chances to win a 2018 Polaris Ranger Crew! Your support will help expand University facilities while safeguarding the vital programs that ENMU-Ruidoso provides. Early register online by June 3, 2018.
Catch the Parade on Sudderth heading west from Eagle to Grindstone Canyon Road beginning at 10 am Saturday morning. Then watch as the teams race their beds back to Center Street and Wingfield Park. Following the race there will be activities at the park! All proceeds benefit the High Mountain Youth Project.
Come out to support the new All American Ruidoso Downs Foundation. The evening will start off at 6 PM with cocktails and hors d'oeuvres followed by a 7 PM show. Tickets are $75 general admission and $150 reserved seating.
The Annual Butterfly Release is a fundraising event for Ruidoso Hospice Foundation featuring the release of 200 or more butterflies. Witness a magical event, commemorate the anniversary, death, or life of a precious friend or companion, and support your local hospice organization.
Now in its seventh year, this festive event is the major annual fundraiser for the theater, a non-profit 501 (c)(3) public charitable organization that perseveres in its mission to help expand the cultural horizons of residents and visitors in New Mexico. The tradition continues with gourmet food tastings, generous pours of wine, and the auction of fine items from far and wide.