Yucca Little League fall festival

Yucca Little League will be hosting its second annual fall festival on Friday, Oct. 1, at 6 p.m. at the Yucca Fields on Arena Road in Bosque Farms

The event will feature food trucks, a corn hole tournament, a pumpkin carving contest, music and dancing and more.

The cost is $10 to enter, with all kids free.

 

Belen coed volleyball league

Registration is open for an adult co-ed volleyball league at the Belen Community Center.

The league will consist of 15 regular season games as well as a double elimination post season tournament.

The cost is $225 per team, with room for ten players on each team.

Registration is open until Friday, Oct. 15. To register or for more information, contact Joshua Kerns at 916-4439.

 

Los Lunas youth basketball

Registration for the Los Lunas parks and recreation youth basketball league is open.

Leagues are open to children between the ages of 5-12, with co-ed options available for those between the ages of 5-8.

Games will take place on Saturdays, beginning on Saturday, Oct. 18, and running through Saturday, Feb. 5.

The cost is $40 per player. For more information visit loslunasnm.gov or call 352-7662.

 

Route 66 Dance

Registration for the fall session of Route 66 Dance classes is now open, with classes beginning on Thursday, Sept. 9, and running into December.

Classes are offered in tumbling, ballet, hip hop and jazz dance, and open to those between the ages of 3-14, depending on the class.

The cost is $87 and 15 spots are available in each class. For more information visit loslunasnm.gov or call the parks and recreation department at 839-3845.

 

Senior Olympics fall fun event

The Valencia County Senior Olympics is sponsoring a fall fun event on Friday September 24th at Daniel Fernandez Recreation Center from 10 a.m.-2 p.m.

For more information contact Jorge Venegas at 505-352-7661 or Venegasj@loslunasnm.gov.

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