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  Live Music @ Padre's
FRIDAY MAY 7th- INDIAN QUEEN RECORDS SHOWCASE! 3 bands in from Austin on this up and coming label including SUNSET featuring Bill Baird! More info to come...

Rebecca Rather @ Blue Javelina
On May 7 & 8, Blue Javelina will host Rebecca Rather (cookbook author and owner of Rather Sweet Bakery in Fredericksburg, TX) and David Alan of TipsyTexan.com for late-night supper, desserts and complimentary cocktails following the screenings of Marfa Film Festival. In addition, as part of Marfa Film Festival festivities, Blue Javelina will host a cocktail reception on Friday afternoon, May 7, with complimentary cocktails. Tapas and small plates will be available for purchase. More information at www.bluejavelina.com.

Open Weekend
Open Weekend at The Nature Conservancy's Davis Mountains Preserve in Fort Davis. Hike,camp, birdwatch, picnic, go horseback riding and enjoy the outdoors. Visitors are asked to sign in and out at the McIvor Center. The preserve is located about 10 miles past the McDonald Observatory on Hwy 118.

May is Marfa Money Month
MAY IS MARFA MONEY MONTH The Marfa Chamber of Commerce will launch a Shop Local/Spend Local program in May that will also track how money circulates through town. Look for $1 coins with a "Spend me in Marfa" sticker on the back side. Stay tuned for more details!

3rd Annual Marfa Film Festival
The Third Annual Marfa Film Festival will be held May 5 - May 9, 2010, screening over 50 features, shorts and experimental works. Because Marfa's wide-open plain, distant mountains and incomparably starry sky are part of the draw, Marfa Film Festival will have outdoor screenings during the festival. Indoor screenings will be anchored at the state-of-the-art Goode-Crowley theater. Festival headquarters will be at the famous Paisano Hotel (where James Dean and Elizabeth Taylor lived during the filming of "Giant"). We are in the high desert where the weather may get cold at night. Please check the conditions on your favorite weather site, and don't forget warm clothing and sunscreen.