Saturday, March 2nd10 am – 8 pmSunday, March 3rd, 202310 am – 6 pmHistoric Mesilla PlazaCalle de Principal, Mesilla, New MexicoFree admission & fun or all ages! Mark it on your calendar. The original New Mexico Pecan Festival is BACK! Bring your family and friends to celebrate the rich culture andRead More →

Pack The Pantry food and supply drive, presented by First Financial Credit Union, the bank that’s anything but basic, is gearing up for 2024! This year we’re collecting non-perishable food items for The Aggie Cupboard, DACC’s Comfort Casita, and El Caldito Soup Kitchen. Donation Locations: First Financial Credit Union –Read More →

Pack the Pantry 2024!!! ​Presented by First Financial Credit Union, benefitting El Caldito Soup Kitchen, Aggie Cupboard, DACC Comfort Casita, and Deming Helping Hands! Start collecting non-perishable food items now and stay tuned for local drop off locations. Canned goods are a can do for our community! Donation Locations: FirstRead More →

El Paso Monster Jam® Stadium Championship Series West Tickets On-Sale Now! The only place to see the world’s most popular trucks and best drivers roars into UTEP Sun Bowl Stadium March 9 & 10, 2024. GET YOUR TICKETS HERE! The fun begins at the Monster Jam Pit Party held inRead More →

We are all “Thriving Together”, come show your support in the Downtown Plaza de Las Cruces for a march/rally Sunday, January 14, 2024. MLK 2024 breakfast will be at the Las Cruces Convention Center Monday, January 15,2024. Tickets are on sale now! More →

Dark Circles Contemporary Dance Explores Queer Narratives in Reimagined The Nutcracker – Receives LGBTQIA+ Grant   Las Cruces, NM – Las Cruces-based Dark Circles Contemporary Dance is thrilled to announce the next chapter in its mission to celebrate diversity and inclusivity in the arts with the upcoming film project, “QueeringRead More →

In 2021, El Paso Electric (EPE) in partnership with Infrastructure Investments Fund (IIF) created the New Mexico Economic Development (NMED) Grant. The funds are held in partnership with the Community Foundation of Southern New Mexico and a three-member board of advisors. The fund has awarded $3.0 million since its inceptionRead More →