events in Truth or Consequences, Elephant Butte, Hillsboro, Caballo, Chloride

Saturday, April 1

“No Foolin” VFW Auto Show

10am-3pm, VFW Post #1395, 1305 Highway 195,

Organized by Elephant Butte’s Hobby Car & Truck Enthusiast group, this April Fools’ Day car show is free to attend and $20 to enter for the first 50 vehicles. Note: if wind speed is more than 25 mph the show will be cancelled.

Contact: Karen Campbell, 361-215-0152,

Saturday & Sunday, April 1-2

Live Music at the Brewery

7pm Sat, 4pm Sun, T or C Brewing, 410 N. Broadway,

Swing by the Brewery for music and brews this weekend! Saturday: April Fools Rock & Roll Show with City of My Death. Sunday: an afternoon show by Pint & A Half. No cover.

Contact: T or C Brewing, 575-297-0289, .

Friday, April 7

The WesternHers at Sidekixx

7pm, Sidekixx, 820 N. Cedar,

Classic country and beautiful harmonies by the incomparable trio The WesternHers, an all female band hailing from Albuquerque. Get your dancin’ boots on! 21+ show. Minors allowed with parental guardian.

Contact: Sidekixx, 575-894-7467, .

Saturday, April 8

Easter Egg Hunt at Elephant Butte Lake

10am, Elephant Butte Lake, Lions Beach via the Main Gate, 101 Highway 195,

Bring the entire family for fun in the sun at this egg hunt on the beach at Elephant Butte Lake State Park. Hunts for four age groups: 1-2, 3-4, 5-7, and 8-11. Kids: be sure to bring your own basket and a hat or sunscreen. Regular park fees apply.

Contact: Elephant Butte Lake State Park, 575-744-5923, .

The hunt is for children ages 11 and under, and will take place at Riverside Campground Pavilion. Along with the egg hunt kids will get candy bags and photos with the Easter Bunny. Sponsored by the Friends of Caballo Lake/Percha Dam State Parks and Caballo Lake State Park. A $5 per-car park entrance fee applies.

Contact: 575-743-3942,

Enjoy a performance of Gian Carlo Menotti’s “The Telephone” by the Santa Fe Opera in Truth or Consequences! Run time: 30 minutes. Free.

Contact: Community Engagement Department, Santa Fe Opera, 505-946-2423, .

This gala event, brought to you by the SVH Development Board, raises money for Sierra Vista Hospital. Theme for 2023: A Night of Bond.  Enjoy food and beverages, entertainment, and live and silent auctions. Seating is limited. Tickets are $500 per couple. Call Leona for tickets, sponsorships and auction items.

Contact: Leona Wagner, Sierra Vista Hospital, 575-894-2111,

One day only, four-person best ball scramble, $100 per player, register before April 1 for $75 per person. Beginners to advanced players welcome!

Contact: Rick Artman, 575-894-2603, . register online

Weekly Events

Almost Daily

Yoga, Pilates, Movement

Check out the calendar on the Studio de la Luz website for the month’s offerings! Classes are held most days of every week.

Contact: Marlena, 845-807-2265,


Tuesday Wellness Clinic

10am-1pm, Studio de la Luz, 308 S. Pershing,

Call ahead to schedule or walk in and check availability for massage by Roger Swanson (505-459-5607). Suggested donation: $25+ per half hour.


Tuesdays, Thursdays

Free Chair Yoga

11am, T or C Civic Center, 400 W. Fourth Street,

The class is held inside the roomy Civic Center or — when weather allows — outside on the lawn under shade trees.

Contact: Sherry Veglia, 228-671-9667, .

Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays


5pm, Gene Speer Tennis Courts, 100 Block of W. Third Street,

Anyone is welcome to join the group for play on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Introductory sessions are available too; call for info.

Contact: Amy Claesson, 575-740-1501, .


Friday Wellness Clinic

10am-1pm, Studio de la Luz, 308 S. Pershing,

Silvia Villanueva is a Reiki master practitioner who combines a variety of Reiki techniques alongside shamanism, angelology, and Buddhist healing mantras for wellbeing. Call her to schedule a session, as appointments are required.

Contact: Sylvia Villanueva, 915-274-6495, .


Old Time Fiddlers Saturday Dance

Live music provided by NMOTFA Fiddlers and Friends. Toe-tapping fun, refreshments and a door prize weekly at this family friendly event. No alcohol or smoking are allowed in the building. All are invited to come and dance or just listen to the music. $4 at the door. Proceeds support the New Mexico Old Time Fiddler’s Association. Repeats weekly on Saturdays.

Contact: Manion Long, New Mexico Old Time Fiddlers Association, 575-744-9137, .
Scroll to Top