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Everybody's Twerkin' for the Weekend

January 20, 2017, 11:45 am

Just kidding, we know that twerking is not for everyone. But all the same—are you gonna let a little bit of winter weather ruin the degree to which you vibrate your ass? Are you?! Hell no! You're going to dance and drink wine and look at art and hear music and enjoy all the fun and friendship you can cram into a 48-hour period. At least, that's our plan...

Martin Desht: Faces From an American Dream: Meet the Artist

This solo exhibit features photography by Desht, who grew up in industrial Pennsylvania and documented the everyday struggles of that life. His ongoing photography exhibition is touring the country, and he is present to speak about his work at this event. Through Jan. 28.

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The Election Monologues

Taking place on Inauguration Day in 14 cities across the country, these monologues present a stage for people to air their grievances and pains over the recent election and stand together in unity and resistance.

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Jimmy Stadler

Rock and roll and folk and fun.

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Souper Bowl XXIII

Sample amazing soups from area chefs and vote for your favorite. Souper Bowl XXIII is a benefit event for The Food Depot, Northern New Mexico's food bank.

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Guitar and Harpsichord by Capocchi and McIntosh

Together at last! Roberto Capocchi and Kathleen McIntosh perform rare gems by Ponce and Boccherini, with solos by each from works of Villa Lobos, McKean and Ligeti.

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2nd Annual Madrid Prom with DJ Feathericci

Wear your stylish outfits and bring your smoothest moves to this prom for grown-ups. Who doesn't love a good dance party?

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Wild Spirit Wolf Sanctuary

The Wild Spirit Wolf Sanctuary presents a program for children and adults about one of the most majestic creatures around. An ambassador wolf will even be present to greet attendees.

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The Tempest

O, brave new world! Three casts of young actors, ages 10-18, who are part of Upstart Crows, present the Shakespearean comedy.

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Hillary Scott

Country and Americana originals by this songbird.

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