Santa Fe’s 66th annual Traditional Spanish Market

Coming up this weekend is Santa Fe's 66th annual Traditional Spanish Market, celebrating artistic traditions that can be traced back 400 years in New Mexico.  Works will include examples of woodcarving, tinwork, colcha, hide painting, retablos, straw appliqué, furniture and furnishings, weaving,
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JUST SOLD! 1000 Calle Vianson

We brought the buyer to this great 3 bedroom, 2 bath home in La Resolana, a subdivision in central Santa Fe. With homes dating back to the 60s, La Resolana offers great convenience to Cerrillos Road, shopping and amenities while still being in a quiet, suburban
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Story about Camping at Coyote Creek, one of the State Park's smallest but most beautiful recreational areas, locate some 18 miles north of the Town of Mora off highway 434.   The capmpground offers both RV and tent camping as well as fishing, hiking and activities for kids.  Pictured is the main entrance.  As part of the activities on the campground for the third week of July, an Astronomer from Santa Fe came to give a talk to campers about the stars and the planets that make up our galaxy.

Take a Stargazing Tour!

How about taking a night sky tour that is both entertaining and educational?  Astronomy Adventures offers tours throughout the year and is located in Cerrillos; a short drive from Santa Fe.  Using a large Newtonian reflector telescope with a 20 inches mirror, the tours include up-close
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Juniper Bonsai workshop at the Santa Fe Botanical Garden

Junipers are prolific in and around Santa Fe.  Learn how to grow a juniper Bonsai in this hands-on workshop being offered by the Santa Fe Botanical Garden on July 29th from 1:00 - 4:00 pm. Bonsai is the art of growing ornamental, artificially dwarfed trees or shrubs.  The workshop will cover
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OPEN HOUSE TODAY! 7 Vista Redonda

We are holding our listing at 7 Vista Redonda open today from 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm! This unique and charming home built by John Midyette enjoys stunning Jemez Mountain and badland views.  On 13.68 acres with many thoughtful details and quality finishes, this home is a
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Silver City Clay Festival – July 22nd – July 30th

Starting today and running through July 30th is the Silver City Clay Festival.  With workshops, tours, exhibitions and more, the festival is in its 5th year and celebrates clay and its many adaptations, the artisans of Silver City, and explores the intersection between indigenous clay cultures and
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Los Alamos Sunrise

Los Alamos Sunrise Photo by Avery Neal (@javery424 on Instagram) courtesy of New Mexico
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Bread baking classes in an horno!

This sounds so fun!  How about learning to bake bread in an horno (a historic New Mexican outdoor oven) at El Rancho de los Golondrinas?  They are are offering classes on select dates through September. Call 505-471-2261 ext. 101 for more information and click on the link below to learn more
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Behind Adobe Walls Home and Garden Tour

Coming up next week is the second half of The Santa Fe Garden Club's "Behind Adobe Walls Home and Garden Tour."  Tour four spectacular properties over four hours on Tuesday, July 25th with an optional lunch at Amaya Restaurant at Hotel Santa Fe. Tickets cost $75 per person.  Click on the link
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New Mexico’s state bird: the Greater Roadrunner

New Mexico designated the Greater Roadrunner as its official state bird in 1949.  Inhabiting desert and shrubby terrain in northern Mexico and the southwestern United States, the roadrunner is capable of flight but opts to spend most of its time on the ground.  Reaching running speeds up to 15
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