Kicking off the 2012-13 season of the Performing Arts Series on September 21 at Macey Center is the high energy, fun-filled, “official” Blues Brothers Revue. Wayne Catania and Kieron Lafferty a.k.a. Jake and Elwood are the most dynamic and authentic Blues Brothers show to ever hit the stage. The duo got their start in the award winning Las Vegas show “Legends in Concert,” performing in showrooms and theatres from coast to coast.
The Performing Arts Series brings high voltage excitement to Socorro with ArcAttack, March 30 in Macey Center. This high power performance is unique in its elements and energy, being at the same time mesmerizing and energetically thrilling.
The internationally acclaimed U.S. Army Jazz Ambassadors of Washington, D.C., will continue its long history of presenting free public performances when it appears at Macey Center on Tuesday, Mar. 6, at 7:30 p.m. The Jazz Ambassadors’ concert in Socorro is presented by the New Mexico Tech Performing Arts Series.
Magdalena artist Natasha Isenhour, co-owner of Curious Crow Studio with Margi Lucena in Socorro, has been spending a good part of her time lately in Santa Fe with a variety of art projects.
Everyone – young and old – are artists when they attend the 16th Annual Community Arts party Saturday, Feb. 11, at Finley Gym. Arts and crafts, ranging from bottle blowfish to wire art, will be demonstrated and created throughout the day.
The March 6 municipal elections will see no change in the Socorro City Council, as the only candidates filing on Jan. 10 were the four incumbent councilors: Mary Ann Chavez-Lopez, Toby Jaramillo, Michael Olguin Jr. and Peter Romero. There were no write-in candidates, so the four will run unopposed.
The Socorro County Farm Bureau’s Annual Meeting Oct. 20 will feature nationally known speaker and agriculturist Lowell Catlett, Dean of the College of Agricultural Consumer and Environmental Planning at New Mexico State University.
Catlett is known as an exciting futurist.