Unique Events:

Friday Oct 11, The Rifters, The Rifters will be in the house performing some legendary Taos Country Music!  Don Richmond, Rod Taylor, and Jim Bradley make up this country trio with beautiful three part harmonies and music ranging from driving bluegrass to ethereal desert beauty!  The Rifters are well known for keeping the crowd moving so when you come out this Friday night, be sure to bring you dancing shoes! 7PM Doors, 8PM Showtime, $10 general admission, all ages welcome with parent/guardian supervision.

Thurs Oct 17, 6-9PM, Global Data Research LLC Symposium,  A Call for Community Action!

Come to KTAO for a symposium on how YOU can be an integral partner!

Global Data Research LLC seeks your assistance to bring meaningful “Green Technology” manufacturing to Taos.  The company will teach exceptionally valuable trades and with your help seeks to employ many people at a great wage + benefits to enhance and promote the Taos community life.  Jonathan R. Walters USN & USCG Veteran - Owner

Global Data Research LLC, www.zeouspower.com

For more info email: information@globaldataresearch.org

Global Data Research LLC Symposium, Thurs Oct 17, 6-9PM.

Weekly Events:

Happy Hour Monday through Friday 3-6PM.

Every Monday,  The KTAOS Solar Center will once again be hosting the exciting music series entitled “Off the Cuff Live”, music begins at 7pm SHARP.  $5 Cover.  Be Early!  This is a live recording, doors close at 7PM .  “Off the Cuff Live” features local artists performing music from different chart-topping musicians. The show is recorded live, to be re-broadcast on KTAOS Solar 101.9 FM the following Sunday at 6pm.  “Off the Cuff Live” is an all ages show, from 7pm-8pm. 

10/07 - “Jimmy’s Greatests Hits” featuring Jimmy Stadler

10/14 - “Electric Dead Tribute” featuring Jimmy Stadler, Bob Andrews & Brent Berry

10/21 - “James Taylor Tribute” featuring Don Richmond & Bob Andrews

Every Tuesday and Friday, KTAOS Solar Volleyball League, KTAOS Solar Volleyball in your Community's Backyard!!! (Weather Permitting) Every Tuesday and Friday!  Sponsored by PPC Solar!.  FREE- No Teams Necessary - Doors open at 3. Games Commence at 5PM.

Every Wednesday, Big Swing Theory at KTAOS! 6-8PM  $5 General Admission. Dance the night away with Big Swing Theory, who always brings the best in Swing & Jump Blues music to every performance.  Big Swing Theory at KTAOS!  6-8PM, $5 General Admission.

Now Every THURSDAY at 6PM, Art n’ a Glass with a special guest teacher.  

You're the Artist!  A night of painting in a social setting.  No experience required! Learn the fundamentals of painting with local professional Special Guest Artist.  Templates available.  Take your painting home!  Limited space available.  Tickets may be purchased at KTAO.com.  $20 per event! Admission includes: Canvas, Paint, Brushes, Instruction and Extended Happy Hour Pricing!  Hand Selected Special Wines Weekly!

10/10 - T.B.A.

10/17 - T.B.A.

10/24 - T.B.A.

Friday’s, KTAOS Solar Cinema! We will be showing a movie on a giant 20ft screen with theatre quality audio! FREE kid’s meal with the purchase of an adult meal.  Bring blankets, pillows, and pajamas and get comfortable! This is a no-babysitter-needed kind of evening so bring the whole family!   Sponsored by Video Casa of Taos. 6PM - Free - All Ages (with parent/guardian supervision).

10/18/19 - Beetlejuice10/25/19 - The Addams Family 

Every Sunday, the Trash & Treasures Sunday Market is Back this Sunday Aug 25th in the KTAOS Parking Lot. Join us every Sunday from 9AM- 3PM for our famous Trash & Treasures Sunday Market!  Clean out your garage; bring your arts, crafts, jewelry and other products.  For more info contact Ariel 602 743-0049. Vendor interviews will be broadcast over the KTAO 101.9FM airwaves.  Don't miss the best sellers market in New Mexico!  

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