Nation | Tribe: Navajo Nation
Located on N36, 1 mile west of NM-371
Farmington, NM 87401
Northern Edge Navajo Casino opened in January 2012. It is located approximately a mile west of the N.M. Highway 371 and Navajo Route 36 junction and 5 minutes southwest of the city of Farmington, NM.
Northern Edge Navajo Casino is one of four casinos owned by the Navajo Nation. The other three are the Fire Rock Navajo Casino in Church Rock, NM, Flowing Waters Navajo Casino in Waterflow, NM, and Twin Arrows Navajo Casino Resort in Flagstaff, Arizona
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Open 24 hours Friday-Sunday and holidays
Open 8:00am to 4:00am Monday-Thursday
85,000 square feet
Estimated building cost $66 million
750 slot machines
10 live table games
Blackjack tournaments - Sunday 2pm and Thursday 8:30pm
8 poker tables - Texas Hold'em
January 16, 2018
The Northern Edge Casino is celebrating 6 years in operation. The casino is owned by the Navajo Nation Gaming Enterprise. Between $19 million and $21 million is earned at the casino's slot machines according to the New Mexico Alcohol and Gaming Division.
A portion of the earning is paid to the state. As well as salaries for employees and debts to the tribe.
Starting at noon the celebration at Northern Edge Casino will begin. The first 600 people will receive an anniversary tee shirt. At 7 PM the Thunderhouse drum group will preform. From 8 PM to 1 AM Yellow World Production and the Arizona Dreamers will preform.
A drawing for an ATV will be held at 9:06 PM. Six names will be chosen for the prize.
There will even be a special dinner held for guests. Spaghetti will be served from 5 PM to 9 PM. Guests may also have cake from noon to 3 PM. Then again from 5 PM to 8 PM.
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