Contact: Wendel Sloan at 505.562.2253
PORTALES — The annual Peanut ValleyFestival will be held in the Campus Union Building at Eastern NewMexico University in Portales from 9 a.m.–6:30 p.m. on Saturday, Oct.22, and from noon–5 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 23.
ThePeanut Valley Festival is an arts and crafts show with food andentertainment. Food will include roasted corn, funnel cakes, bratwurst,kettle corn, turkey legs, cowboy taters and much more.
Formore information about the crafts booths, contact Alex Hamzy of "On TheRoad " Ranch Shows at 877.839.2701 or 832.483.1326, or e-mail email@example.com.
For more information on the Health Fair, contact ENMU's Health Services at 505-562-2321.
Student Organizations will be set-up on the south patio of the Campus Union Building on Saturday and Sunday.
The entertainment schedule is as follows:
Ground Zero Coffee Shop in the basement of the Campus Union
|noon–12:45 p.m.||Lindsey Honor Choir|
|1–2 p.m.||Allie Brooks and Shem Peachey|
|2:30–5:30 p.m.||Nata Raja Dancers|
Andy Mason and Brackston Taylor will perform throughout the festival Saturday and Sunday
OnSaturday and Sunday the New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs'Museum Services Outreach Program will provide The Van of Enchantment. Amobile museum, the Van of Enchantment is a converted RV that tours NewMexico carrying exhibitions from the state museums and monuments. TheVan of Enchantment brings its contents to life with lively activitiesand complementary audio-visual material. It is free and open to thepublic.
The current show on the Vanis called "Roads to the Past: Fifty Years of Highway Archaeology."During the past fifty years, New Mexico's highway archaeology programhas recorded thousands of sites and conducted excavations at hundreds."Roads to the Past" describes the history of the highway archaeologyprogram and provides a glimpse of the contributions the program hasmade to our knowledge of the past 8,000 years of New Mexico history.
For more information on the Peanut Valley Festival, call 505-562-2631.