Events and Arts
Thursday, April 9
12:00pm @ Studio 128
The true story of the 1890’s when many of the cattle ranches in Arizona and New Mexico went bankrupt and had to round up and sell their entire herds. John Sherman Klump and his three partners drove cattle from Fredericksburg, Texas to the Reserve, NM area in 1885. Over 750 letters and documents were found detailing the two-year roundup, the cowboys, and shipping of their cattle from Magdalena, Geronimo, and Holbrook.
Speaker: Kathy Klump
This is a FREE event!
April 10 - 11
The Southern Arizona Independent Film Festival is a family oriented festival that solicits entries from all levels of experience, age groups and genre interests. We screen G and PG rated short films (under 15 minutes). The festival is geared towards the student filmmaker but fully embraces the work of Indie filmmakers as well.
Films must be submitted by Friday, February 7!
Friday, April 17
7:00pm @ Studio 128
Tune up your kazoo, polish your clogs, loosen up your vocal cords and show off your talent at Open Mic Night. Or come on by and marvel at our local talent.
FREE to perform, FREE to watch and enjoy!