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Friday, March 17
Leprechaun house class, 9-10:30 a.m., Make & Measure, 3836 E. Main St., Ste B. $55. Learn to make a candy leprechaun house. Fee includes one child and one caretaker. For chefs 3 years old or older. Register: measureandmakefood.com.
Lunch and Learn for New Mexico energy workers, 11:30 a.m., Bonnie Dallas Senior Center, 109 E. La Plata St. Enjoy a complimentary lunch and speak with CNS Cares claims and care specialists to learn about Department of Labor benefits and care opportunities. RSVP: (505) 230-3862.
St. Patrick’s Day madness, 5-7 p.m., Sycamore Park Community Center, 1051 Sycamore St. Free. Celebrate the holiday with games for the whole family. Get creative with green and try to win the Most Creative Green Worn contest. Details: (505) 566-2480.
San Juan County 4-H Carnival, 5-8 p.m., McGee Park Convention Center, 41 County Road 5568. Free. Food and games will be available.
Shepherd’s pie and shamrock shake class, 6-8 p.m., Make & Measure, 3836 E. Main St., Ste B. $55. Parents can go out to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day after dropping off the kids to cook their own dinner in this class for ages 7 years and older. Register: measureandmakefood.com.
Live music with Celtic band Ga Greine, 6-9 p.m., No Worries Sports Bar and Grill, 1298 W. Navajo St. Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with live traditional Irish music, and drink and music specials. Details: (505) 436-2657.
Live music with The Trials of Cato, 7 p.m., Lauter Haus Brewing, 1806 E. 20th St. Free. Trials of Cato is a Celtic band coming from SXSW music festival by way of the U.K. Details: bit.ly/41xRa0x.
Friday-Sunday, March 17-19
Inaugural Cannabis Crawl, all day, multiple sponsor locations in Farmington and Aztec. Celebrate the culture of cannabis and learn more about the variety of products available. Visit the 13 participating dispensaries who will offer special pricing, events and prizes. The drop-off sponsor is The Grass Station, and the $1,000 grand prize sponsor is Grady’s Cannabis. Details: dgomag.com/farmington-dgo-crawl.
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