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S-A-TUR-DAY NIGHT! And also Friday and Sunday

October 28, 2016, 11:45 am

Cast off the shackles of the boring old week and embrace the freedom (and maybe drinking) of a weekend's worth of fun. Plus, all the best crosswords happen on the weekend, so you've really got it made, wouldn't you say? Have kids? We've even got suggestions for them. Boom.

3rd Annual Thriller Jam

Show off your breakdancing skills at the annual breakdance and costume contest for a chance to win a cash prize. Bust out those spooky moves.

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Strangers Collective: Long Echo

The local collective presents an exhibit of contemporary reflections including paintings, sculptures, drawings and new media works by artists including Drew MC, Alex Gill and Ona Yopack as well as a series of zines by writers Kendyll Gross, Kelly Skeen and Max Walukas. The eleven-week run of the show features performance installations and panel discussions throughout. Through Jan. 15.

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Girls Like That

Teenagers and technology collide with perilous consequences as the play confronts sexuality, body image and cyber-bullying.

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Halloween Carnival

Enjoy a haunted house, games, a bounce house and a costume contest along with face-painting, food and live entertainment by Jorge the magician and Andy the juggler.

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Weird Science

Take your kiddos in their costumes to play with potions, slime and pumpkins with a bunch of other little ghouls and goblins.

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Drawing on Cosplay: Halloween Event

An evening of pop culture and drawing in a creative environment provides models in comic book apparel utilizing dynamic action poses to inspire your drawings. Take a photo in the Instagram booth, create a life-sized corpse and enjoy alcoholic beverages by New Mexico Hard Cider.

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Day of the Dead Celebration

A collaborative effort between Teatro Paraguas and Santa Fe Danceworks continues at Santa Fe Danceworks with the building of a community altar to honor los antepasados. A community feast is provided along with entertainment by Azetc and Zumba dancers.

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The Champagne Chronicles

The annual play-series produced by Joe West,Theater of Death, brings short tales which surround a theme, and this year its everyone's favorite celebratory libation—champagne. The subject matter spans comedy, insanity and horror so you may be in for a few entraining surprises.

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House of Halloween

An all-ages, family friendly event brings performers from around the state for three hours of crazy dance, music and art performances. Time is running out to check it.

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