Posts filed under art & culture

7207 Gallery Studio

7207 Studio Gallery believes that things of quality have no fear of time.

Both two dimensional and three dimensional art of local artists is shown, and sold for reasonable prices.

In the studio portion, clay objects are hand made. These porcelain forms are fired at high temperatures to produce durable pieces.

All pieces are hand painted with vibrant colors under a clear glaze.

For a colorful experience, visit 7207 Gallery Studio where the fun of form is the art of clay.



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Posted on May 4, 2019 and filed under fourth street, art & culture.

Big Jim Farms Chile U-Pick

Big Jim Farms is opening up the 9 acre farm in Los Ranchos every weekend during September & October for organically grown Green & Red Chile U-Pick and onsite chile roasting.

All chile will be grown chemical free and traditional variety seeds ranging from very mild to extra hot. Best flavor guarantee!

Price per LB, Bushel & Sack. Other U-Pick items available depending on season and availability such as pumpkins, tomatoes and melons. There will also be a farm market with already picked fruits & veggies available for sale. Harvest Available will be posted weekly in event.

This will be a great family outing and farm experience. Meet the farmer and get to see where your food is grown!



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Posted on February 9, 2019 and filed under rio grande, art & culture.

Canvas and Coffee

Located in a working art studio, we’re helping guests expand their artistic ability one class at a time.

When you tap into your creativity at Canvas and Coffee, there’s no turning back.

Whether it’s the first time you’ve picked up a brush, or you’re an experienced painter, guests will leave proudly with a new masterpiece in hand. Best of all, you’ll find everything you need to complete your work of art at your fingertips.

Learn new techniques from seasoned instructors, enjoy complimentary coffee and treats, and spend time getting in touch with your inner artist in a fun, inspiring environment.

We extend our classes to all ages, and offer plenty of sessions for kids, team building events, birthday parties, and more.



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Posted on December 24, 2018 and filed under art & culture, fourth street.

Desert Stars Polynesia

Sharing our Passion for Polynesia

We offer beginning through advanced hula and Tahitian dance classes in an inclusive and friendly environment. Additionally, we provide authentic hula and Tahitian shows with our professional dance troupe.

Desert Stars Polynesia Hula and Tahitian Dance Troupe performing since 2010. The troupe performs authentic hula and Tahitian dances throughout New Mexico for business and community events, special occasions and private parties. The artistic director, Patsy Jones, received her training in Hawaii and has over 30 years of experience.

Come dance with us and share our passion. Feel your soul stir as you move to the beat of Tahitian drums and the sweet strains of the Hawaiian ukulele. You'll get lots of one-on-one instruction in a friendly and inclusive environment.



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Posted on October 24, 2018 and filed under art & culture, fourth street.

Kelly Jo Designs by Wine

Join us for a memorable evening of ART, WINE, music, and good friends!

Let one of our experienced instructors show you the joy of painting while unlocking your own inner-creative nature, in this festive communal atmosphere! 

Experience the fun by taking one of Kelly Jo Designs by Wine’s lively, light-hearted painting classes perfect for girls’ night out, colleague team building, or just something a little different to do on a date.

Drink a glass of our premium New Mexican wine, socialize with friends, and enjoy the good vibes, while we lead you, step-by-step, through the process of completing your own colorful yet uncomplicated painting.

Regardless of whether or not this is your 1st or 50th painting, everyone leaves with a canvas in hand feeling like an artist! Come and have a fun time! No experience necessary!



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Posted on August 23, 2017 and filed under art & culture, fourth street.

Lucky 66 Bowl

There’s always fun to spare!

Lucky 66 is The Place To Be!

From rolling a single game to being in a league, Lucky 66 Bowl is the place to be. But with a wide variety of entertainment options, we’re more than just bowling. Join us for karaoke in the Dewars Pub. Or play a game of sand volleyball.

Whether you’re bowling under the black lights or competing in sand volleyball under the stars, Lucky 66 Bowl offers a good time for families and coworkers.



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Posted on May 7, 2017 and filed under fourth street, art & culture.

Unser Racing Museum

The Unser Racing Museum is a multi- dimensional  Museum Experience utilizing modern technologies to educate and immerse the viewer into the exciting world of racing.

The museum is open daily from 10:00am – 4:00pm
(except New Year’s Day, Easter Sunday, Thanksgiving and Christmas Day).

Admission Prices:

Adults    $10
Seniors  $6
Military $6
Children (Under 16) Free

Military and Los Ranchos residents always Free on Sunday!

Visit us at: 1776 Montano Rd. NW



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Posted on December 5, 2015 and filed under art & culture, rio grande.

Welch and Wister Studio

David Welch and Cynthia Wister Studio

Visit our light-filled studio for colorful landscapes in oil and watercolor, as well as prints and cards.

Cynthia is known for her vibrant oils of valley acequias, and florals inspired by the lush garden that surrounds the studio.

David’s subjects include New Mexico landscapes, farmers at work, and nature studies from his travels.

The studio is just off of Fourth Street on Don Diego Circle. Please call for an appointment.



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Posted on August 20, 2015 and filed under art & culture, fourth street.