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Friday March 29, Jimmy Stadler,  Local musical legend, multi instrumentalist, and all around great guy, Jimmy Stadler will be live at the KTAOS Solar Center! Jimmy plays all sorts of amazing original music as well as some of the classic hits to keep your feet moving! Doors open at 3 PM for happy hour! NO COVER!  Music starts early at 6:30PM.  

Saturday March 30, Mattress Mary Presents: Liz Longley, Best known for her stop-you-in-your-tracks voice, Liz Longley is an accomplished singer-songwriter based out of Nashville. Known for her deeply emotional music, Liz has earned accolades from some of the most prestigious songwriting competitions in the country, including the BMI John Lennon Songwriting Scholarship Competition. Signed with Sugar Hill Records, her self-titled debut album received critical acclaim, being described as “a thing of beauty”. Saturday March 30, Mattress Mary Presents: Liz Longley, 8pm,  $10ADV, $15DOS.

Weekly Events:

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, and Extended Happy Hour Pricing! Hand Selected Special Wines Weekly!

March Teachers: UNM Art Department TAKEOVER!

3/21: Carol Schrader                

3/28: Alma Quillian

Friday’s, KTAOS Solar Cinema! We will be showing a family movie on a giant 20ft screen with theatre quality audio! Bring blankets, pillows, and pajamas and get comfortable! This is a no-babysitter-needed kind of evening so bring the whole family! 1 FREE kids meal with purchase of Adult Meal. Sponsored by Video Casa of Taos. 6PM - Free - All Ages (with parent/guardian supervision).

3/29/19-  Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone

4/05/19- Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets

Every Saturday Until March 30, Saturday Night Ski Film Contest, at the Solar Center, at 6PM. Who will be the next great ski film producer from Taos? Win a UNM-DMA (Digital Media Arts) Scholarship! Every Saturday from January 26 through March 30. Let’s make submissions easy! Simply email your video to info@ktaos.com. The audience will vote for the best of the week. Winner gets $100 CASH! Giveaways every Saturday include lift tickets to Taos Ski Valley and others along with Ski Gear! A special ski film screen at 8PM, every Saturday from the best Ski Films in the business. Grand Prize includes a UNM-DMA (Digital Media Arts) Scholarship, Camera Gear and More! Music at 8PM!

KTAOS is located at 9 State Road 150 in El Prado, where the 150 and 68 freeways meet. For more information, please visit here.

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