Calendar of Events
Northern New Mexico has plenty going on: festivals, rodeos, barn dances, concerts, film screenings, children's programs - something for each member of the family.
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SORT EVENTS BY COMMUNITY
Thousands walk, crawl, and drive to the little church of many miracles in Chimayo, for Easter services. A unique Northern New Mexico experience.
Location: Santuario de Chimayo
Apr 20, 2014Easter Egg Hunt
A bright and fun event! Children welcome to hunt for hidden Easter Eggs. Starts at 1pm.
Location: Kit Carson Park, Taos
Apr 22, 2014 - May 01, 2014Global Climate Convergence
Global Climate Convergence Taos is ten days (April 22 - May 1) of discussions, workshops, skill sharing, and presentations around the theme of People, Planet, Peace Over Profit. The event begins with the arrival of the Global Peace Walk in Taos on Earth Day, April 22nd.
Location: Taos, New Mexico
Music Director James Levine conducts Mozart’s beloved opera about testing the ties of love. 12:55pm
Location: Taos Community Auditorium
This is a celebration for people of all ages and abilities. There will be games, booths, displays, activities, demonstrations and presentations from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Location: Aztec Ruins
Enjoy fishing, paddle boats or row boats at Monte Verde Lake. Olympic Park & Tennis Courts also open. Courts available on a first come, first serve basis. Court fee applies for non-members. Opening for both is weather permitting.
Location: Angel Fire, NM
May 10 - 11, 2014Mother's Day Celebration
Celebrate Mother's Day with food, drinks, and live entertainment. Saturday & Sunday 12 noon to 8pm.
Location: Kit Carson Park
A peerless pair of Rossini virtuosos joins forces in La Cenerentola—a vocal tour de force for mezzo-soprano Joyce DiDonato.
Location: Taos Community Auditorium
May 16 - 17, 2014Run for the Wall
Annual Veterans motorcycle trek from coast to coast with a stop in Angel Fire and ceremonies at the Veterans Memorial
Location: Vietnam Veteran's Memorial State Park
Historically, the Jicarilla Apache brought their wares to Taos Pueblo to trade or sell. The Millicent Rogers Museum is pleased to promote the rich diversity of art that is available today.
Location: Millicent Rogers Museum
Mountain biking, zipline & summer mountain activities all open today (weather permitting)!
Location: Angel Fire
May 17 - 18, 2014Taos National Society of Watercolorists
Members of the Taos National Society of Watercolorists will be painting and showing their art for sale throughout John Dunn Plaza from noon to 4pm.
Location: John Dunn Shops
Get ready for the rumble... of thousands of motorcycles, and live music. Vendors, food, fun! Monday morning, join in the Memorial Day 25-mile parade to the Vietnam Memorial.
Location: Red River
Opening day (weather permitting) of the 2014 season. Enjoy a round of golf in a beautiful mountain setting!
Location: Angel Fire Resort
May 23 - 25, 2014Riverfest
The rivers are celebrated with a festival of music, fine arts, food, entertainment, a 10K and 5K run and walk, riverside trail walks and river raft rides.
Location: Animas Park, Farmington
Flag March, service & speakers.
Location: Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Angel Fire
Built in 1880 and little changed since, the Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad is the finest example of steam era mountain railroading in North America.
Location: Chama, NM & Antonito, CO
May 24, 2014 - June 12, 2014Summer Chairlift Open for Weekends
Red River Ski Area chair lift opens for weekend service.
Location: Red River Ski Area
May 24 - 26, 2014Arts & Crafts Fair
Featuring local art, apparel, musical instruments, food booths - you name it! 10am-5pm.
Location: Kit Carson Park
May 29, 2014 - June 01, 2014Aztec Fiesta Days
Celebrate the arrival of summer with live music, dancers, entertainment, games, food, arts & crafts, parades, the Frazier Carnival and special sprint car races at Aztec Speedway. Friday evening features the carnival, a pet parade, mini-princess contest, live music in Minium Park and the 40+ year tradition of the candlelight parade and burning of Old Man Gloom.
Location: Minium Park, Aztec NM
May 30, 2014 - June 01, 2014Red River Classic Car Show
Annual car show features all years, makes and models. Night parades, hula hoop contests, bubble gum blowing contests, cake walks, pancake breakfast, and road rally.
Location: Brandenburg Park, Red River
June 06 - 08, 2014River and Brews Blues Fest
Enjoy New Mexico's finest microbreweries, finger-lickin' good BBQ, and fantastic musical entertainment.
Location: Red River
June 07, 2014 - Aug 30, 2014Summer Terrace Series
The Farmington Museum hosts outdoor concerts Saturday evenings throughout the summer. Concerts begin at 6 p.m. and are held at the Farmington Museum on the picturesque terrace next to the river.
Location: Farmington Museum
New Mexico Off-Road Series mountain bike event.
Location: Angel Fire
A free family movie on the Community House lawn, featuring Finding Nemo. 8-10:30pm
Location: Red River Community House
June 12, 2014Full Moon Hike
Enjoy a guided 2.5 mile hiking tour to Williams Lake. Delight in the full moon in the beautiful mountains of Taos Ski Valley. Meet at 7pm; free.
Location: Taos Ski Valley
Traditional corn dance. No cameras.
Location: Taos Pueblo
June 13 - 15, 2014San Juan Balloon Festival
Three days of excitement IN Bloomfield, NM! Up to 12 balloons will take flight from the Bloomfield Soccer fields and fly down the San Juan River.
Location: San Juan
June 13 - 15, 2014Day Out with Thomas
Come meet Thomas and enjoy a day full of fun and entertainment! Thomas the Tank Engine will be merrily chugging his passenger cars full of children throughout the day.
Location: Chama
A free family movie on the Community House lawn featuring Monsters University. 8-10:30pm
Location: Red River Community House
June 20 - 22, 2014USA Cyclng Gravity Games
National Championship races in Downhill Mountain Biking.
Location: Angel Fire Resort
June 27 - 29, 2014Territorial Days
"Step back into the 1800's Living History reenactments" Everyone is invited to Dress for the Era.
Location: Chama
June 28 - 29, 2014Rough Riders 200
One of the greatest road biking tours in northern New Mexico. Two days of riding through the Sangre de Cristo mountains of New Mexico. Back to back century rides. Each day is a one hundred mile tour. Make one day or two.
Location: Angel Fire, NM
July 01 - 06, 201428th Annual Freedom Days
The Fourth of July is celebrated with a variety of special events including auction, parade, brass band concert, triathlon, gem show, electric light parade!
Location: Farmington
Celebrate The Great American Holiday in Red River.
Location: Downtown Red River
Old-fashioned family picnic setting, food booths and entertainment.
Location: Park Lake, Santa Rosa
11am-5pm Fireman's BBQ 2pm Parade down Main Street
Location: Eagle Nest
Enjoy a good old-fashioned 4th of July - complete with parade and summer food.
Location: Gallegos Park, Chama
Come celebrate Independence Day and the Villages Birthday in small town fashion. Parade, rubber duck race, fun games & live music. Kids can ride on the firetruck! Parade starts at 2pm; music & events follow the parade. Free.
Location: Village of Taos Ski Valley
July 04, 2014Arroyo Seco Parade
You never know what you will see at the annual Arroyo Seco Independence Day parade - festivities begin at 1pm.
Location: Arroyo Seco
Parade starts at 10am; BBQ from noon-2pm at the Union County Fairgrounds.
Location: Downtown Clayton
July 04, 2014July 4th Celebration!
The fun kicks off at 6PM with hay rides, barbeque, an Independence Day coloring contest, and a rousing medley of patriotic songs led by the Raton High School chorus!
Location: Raton
July 04, 2014Hour Long Professional Fireworks Display
Starts at dark, approx 9 pm. Sponsored by the Taos Volunteer Fire Department.
Location: Visible throughout Taos
July 11 - 13, 2014Taos Pueblo Pow Wow
Taos Pueblo is famous for its pow-wow. Competition American Indian dances, arts and crafts, food, and music. Events begin Friday evening with a grand procession. Join Taos Pueblo as they dance, sing, and share the beauty of their ancestral home.
Location: Taos Pueblo
July 12 - 13, 2014Angel Fire ArtsFest
ArtsFest is a juried Fine Art Show featuring local and regional artists.
Location: Angel Fire Community Center
July 12, 2014Full Moon Hike
Enjoy a guided 2.5 mile hiking tour to Williams Lake. Delight in the full moon in the beautiful mountains of Taos Ski Valley. Meet at 7pm; free.
Location: Taos Ski Valley
Fabulous local and national talent comes together to provide you with great live blues music. Bring a blanket or outdoor chair and enjoy the music under the trees bordering the Animas River.
Location: Riverside Park in Aztec, NM
9am Golf Tournament followed by Wine Festival from 2-5pm.
Location: Taos Country Club
July 18 - 20, 2014Las Fiestas de Taos
Feast Day celebration of Taos Patron Saints, Santiago and Santa Ana, food, music, vendors, parades, dancers and more.
Location: Taos Plaza
This annual tour is of some of the finest mountain gardens in the Angel Fire area.
Location: Angel Fire
Northern New Mexico Street Rodders Association invite hot rods to join in run through desert mesas and red canyons.
Location: Farmington area
Taos Pueblo patron saints are celebrated with traditional Corn Dances. Experience this ancient American Indian ceremonial dance representing fertility and summer abundance. (Cameras not allowed.)
Location: Taos Pueblo Plaza
July 25 - 26, 201432nd Annual High Country Arts and Crafts Festival
Come one, come all! Juried fine art & craft fair, live music, youth exhibit. Indoors & outdoors.
Location: Enchanted Eagle Park, Eagle Nest
July 26, 2014Turquoise Ball
Join us at our annual benefit auction. Great food, great art, and great music!
Location: Old Martinas Hall
Aug 01 - 08, 2014Connie Mack World Series
Enjoy the best amateur baseball in the country. Teams from the U.S. and Puerto Rico play in front of pro-scouts and college officials.
Location: Rickett Park, Farmington
Aug 07, 2014Buckaroo Ball
Dinner, dancing, and tons of fun! All proceeds to benefit the Red River Community Fund. Tickets are available at the Red River Conference Center.
Location: Red River
Aug 08 - 14, 2014San Juan County Fair
Largest county fair in New Mexico! Live concert, livestock shows, exhibits, fiddlers contest, parade, and arts & crafts booths.
Location: McGee Park, Farmington
Aug 08 - 10, 2014Chama Days
Come to Chama and enjoy Chama Days.
Location: Chama
Music Festival and Chili cook-off; venues throughout town.
Location: Brandenburg Park, Red River
Aug 15 - 31, 2014Music From Angel Fire
The 31st season of world-class, internationally known musicians performing chamber and classical music. Call 888-377-3300 for locations and times.
Location: Throughout Northern New Mexico
The tournament is strictly catch and release. Professional guides score all catches and release all fish. Two flyers per day (Mulligan Fly available). Prizes are awarded.
Location: Farmington
Aug 30, 201418th Annual Angel Fire Parade of Homes
Maps available a few days before the parade at Angel Fire Chamber of Commerce and participating Realtors.
Location: Angel Fire
Aug 30 - 31, 2014Totah Festival
Native American Juried Fine Arts and Crafts Show and Marketplace with an Indian Rug Auction and contest Pow Wow.
Location: Farmington Civic Center
Join the museum at its annual gala fundraiser for an unforgettable evening of dancing, dining and art - complete with live and silent auctions.
Location: Taos Art Museum
Feast day celebrations at Acoma Pueblo in honor of their patron saint, San Esteban. No tours provided on this day, but the village is open to the public free of charge.
Location: Acoma
Sept 06 - 07, 2014Rio Costilla Valley Studio Tour
Visit artists and craftspeople showing in their studios and on the historic Costilla Plaza. (Costilla is 40 miles north of Taos on Hwy 522.)
Location: Costilla, NM
Sept 06, 2014Boots & Brews Fest
Country music festival held at Riverside Park in Aztec. A full day of Country music featuring five national bands, food, brews, wine and vendors. Free admission for kids 12 and under.
Location: Aztec
This 100 mile bicycle tour trails through the Sangre de Cristo Mountains in beautiful Northern New Mexico.
Location: Red River
Show held at Riverside Park in Aztec. Friday & Saturday from 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Sunday from 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Activities for the whole family: parade, Fishing Derby for children, live music, arts & crafts and more.
Location: Riverside Park in Aztec, NM
Sept 20 - 28, 2014Fishfest at Eagle Nest Lake
It’s a whopper! The fishing tournament is held at the Eagle Nest Marina. On the 27th, enjoy the festivities including Fish Fry and Worm Eating Contest.
Location: Eagle Nest Lake State Park
Your opportunity to ride through the Acoma and Laguna reservations returns with the 13th Annual Tour de Acoma on Sunday, September 23rd. The annual event takes riders on a 25, 50 or 100-mile trek and offers the chance to ride through scenic valleys not usually open to the general public.
Location: Acoma & Laguna Reservations
The air is crisp and the golden aspens are in their glory. Browse along booths of hand-crafted items while you enjoy delicious food and live entertainment.
Location: Red River Conference Center
Two fun filled days of live music, art, food, children's activities and of course your favorite wines from Wines of the San Juan. Fun for the whole family.
Location: Blanco, NM
Visitors and locals are invited to meet forty to fifty New Mexico artists as they create works of art in a three-hour period on site of the TCA grounds and at four satellite locations around town.
Location: TCA & throughout the historic district
Exhibits come to life at Farmington Museum at Gateway Park. A fun family event for all ages.
Location: Farmington Museum at Gateway Park
A two-day PDGA sanctioned tournament atop the Red River Ski Area. Register online on the website below.
Location: Red River Ski Area
Experience this centuries-old trading event and shop for authentic American Indian arts and crafts. Ceremonial pole climbing. (No cameras.)
Location: Taos Pueblo plaza
Celebrate the culture of the Scottish Highlands with an American Southwest twist at Riverside Park in Aztec. Enjoy 2 days of live Celtic music, physical competitions by professional athletes (Caber Toss, Hammer Throw, Foot Race). There will also be Sheep Dog Trials, Scottish Dance Exhibitions, Bagpipe Band Exhibitions, children's activities, Clan Tents, food, merchandise vendors, and local beer and wine.
Location: Riverside Park
Oct 04, 2014Road Apple Rally
Annual mountain bike race and tour offers pro/experts, veterans and beginners a test of skill on a 30-mile single and double loop course through canyons and arroyos.
Location: Farmington
Oct 10 - 12, 2014Oktoberfest in Red River
Join us for microbreweries, German food, "Oompa" Music, and lots of fun!
Location: Brandenburg Park, Red River
Slow down the pace, kick back, and listen to traditional tales of the Navajo, Hispanic cuentos (stories), great cowboy poetry, and a few tall tales, as told by some of the very best national and local storytellers. Free admission.
Location: Various locations throughout Farmington
Oct 10, 2014Fall Art Walk
Come walk through historic downtown, from 5pm to 9pm, and enjoy the fall with art receptions and open houses at many Downtown locations.
Location: Farmington
Oct 10 - 12, 2014Fall for Antiques
Free lectures on collecting. Bring your treasures and have an expert evaluation done right here at the museum for a small price per piece.
Location: Millicent Rogers Museum
Ceremonies honoring all vets, begin at 11am.
Location: Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Angel Fire
This family friendly event will include activities such as children’s carnival, games, face painting, a kids gobble contest, music and more. Participate in a Turkey Trot and Gobble Wobble costume contest! Enter individually or as a group.
Location: Farmington
The fun begins in Red River: The Ski Town of the Southwest
Location: Red River Ski Area
Dec 03 - 06, 2014Festival of Trees
Enjoy special events like the Teddy Bear Tea, Fashions at the Festival Luncheon, Coffee Break with the Trees and Family Night amidst an indoor forest of artfully decorated Christmas trees!
Location: Farmington Civic Center
Dec 05, 2014Riverglo
Luminarias light up the river and the evening sky. Celebrate the holiday season with a stroll along the river’s edge with carolers and bell choirs as well as hot chocolate and food. 6-8pm
Location: Berg Park, Farmington
Display illuminates the campus with 50,000 candlelit bags. This is the largest luminaria display of a non-profit entity in New Mexico.
Location: San Juan College, Farmington
Salmon Ruins brings together artisans from throughout the Four Corners to display and sell their wares at McGee Park.
Location: McGee Park, Between Farmington & Bloomfield
Dec 06, 2014Holiday Fiesta
Activities Include Retablo Painting, Flower Fairies, Ojos de Dios, and Face Painting. 10-2pm
Location: Millicent Rogers Museum
Dec 14, 2014Audobon Christmas Bird Count
From 8am – 2pm, spend part or all of the day with other birders counting all the birds, common or rare, abundant or scarce, in their wintering grounds in the Farmington area.
Location: Animas Park, Farmington
Join in the fun at Orchard Park for live entertainment, a visit from St. Nick, winter carnival games, hot chocolate, holiday cookies, and a lot of fun at the 5K run and 2 mile walk starting at 3:30pm.
Location: Orchard Park, Farmington
Dec 23, 2014Navajo Nativity
Annual living nativity with native Navajo costumes and live animals. Presented by children at Four Corners Home for Children. From 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Location: Farmington
Angel Fire Ski Area will light up on Christmas Eve a festive evening of torchlight parade and fireworks before capping off the evening with night skiing at the only ski area in New Mexico to offer skiing under the stars.
Location: Angel Fire Resort
No where else on Earth can you experience this magical event. A stunning contrast between bonfires and the Procession of the Virgin is a pageant of beauty, heritage and awe inspiring imagery. Sundown.
Location: Taos Pueblo
Join us for snacks, cookie decorating and tree trimming in the main lodge. Free!
Location: Sipapu Ski Resort
Dec 24, 2014Christmas Eve at Picuris Pueblo
For information, call 505-587-1099.
Location: Picuris Pueblo
Celebrate Christmas Eve at the Lift House with the magical play of lights from the Torchlight Parade and Fireworks! 7pm.
Location: Red River Ski Area
After dusk, revel in the beauty of 3,000 luminarias lining the road to Acoma Pueblo. Luminarias will be displayed from 6-10pm. What a beautiful way to welcome Christmas.
Location: Acoma
Traditional Christmas Day dances. Dances begin at 2pm. No cameras or cell phones allowed.
Location: Taos Pueblo plaza
Dec 25, 2014Picuris Pueblo Ceremonial Dance

Location: Picuris Pueblo
Come and watch the Dances in the San Esteban del Rey Mission (1629 - 1641) celebrating the birth of the Christ Child. 10am - 3pm
Location: Acoma
Start your New Year's Eve celebration with the torchlight parade and fireworks display beginning at 6 p.m. followed by festivities throughout the valley.
Location: On Slope at Taos Ski Valley
Celebrate New Year's on the slopes with a Torchlight Parade; begins at 7pm.
Location: Red River ski area
Ring in the New Year with a torchlight parade and fireworks display over Angel Fire Ski Resort. Parties abound to celebrate the passing of the old year and the beginning of a new year.
Location: Angel Fire Resort
Celebrate New Year's Eve with a cake walk, pizza walk, hula hoop contest, and more! Admission is free, and food and refreshments are available!
Location: Red River Community House
Jan 01, 2015Turtle Dance
Traditional Taos Pueblo Turtle Dance marks the beginning of a new year. 8am-1pm.
Location: Taos Pueblo
Jan 01, 2015Polar Bear Plunge
Join in on this New Year Day tradition! What a way to bring in the New Year! We remove the ice long enough for all you adventurous jumpers to christen yourselves in our beautiful waters!
Location: Eagle Nest Lake
A symbol of abundance during the winter months, traditional Buffalo Dances begin about 1pm. No photography allowed.
Location: Taos Pueblo
Jan 06, 2015King's Day Celebration
This is a ceremonial dance. Extend the same respect you would in your church at home. No photography is allowed. But you won't need pictures to remember this day.
Location: Picuris Pueblo
Featured Events

Apr 18 - 20, 2014Easter Pilgrimage to Santuario de ChimayoThousands walk, crawl, and drive to the little church of many miracles in Chimayo, for Easter services. A unique Northern New Mexico experience.
Location: Santuario de Chimayo

Apr 20, 2014Easter Egg HuntA bright and fun event! Children welcome to hunt for hidden Easter Eggs. Starts at 1pm.
Location: Kit Carson Park, Taos

May 21 - 26, 2014Memorial Day Motorcycle Rally/RunGet ready for the rumble... of thousands of motorcycles, and live music. Vendors, food, fun! Monday morning, join in the Memorial Day 25-mile parade to the Vietnam Memorial.
Location: Red River

May 21, 2014Angel Fire Golf Course Opening DayOpening day (weather permitting) of the 2014 season. Enjoy a round of golf in a beautiful mountain setting!
Location: Angel Fire Resort

May 24, 2014Cumbres Toltec Railroad Season BeginsBuilt in 1880 and little changed since, the Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad is the finest example of steam era mountain railroading in North America.
Location: Chama, NM & Antonito, CO

May 29, 2014 - June 01, 2014Aztec Fiesta DaysCelebrate the arrival of summer with live music, dancers, entertainment, games, food, arts & crafts, parades, the Frazier Carnival and special sprint car races at Aztec Speedway. Friday evening features the carnival, a pet parade, mini-princess contest, live music in Minium Park and the 40+ year tradition of the candlelight parade and burning of Old Man Gloom.
Location: Minium Park, Aztec NM

May 30, 2014 - June 01, 2014Red River Classic Car ShowAnnual car show features all years, makes and models. Night parades, hula hoop contests, bubble gum blowing contests, cake walks, pancake breakfast, and road rally.
Location: Brandenburg Park, Red River

June 13, 2014San Antonio Feast DayTraditional corn dance. No cameras.
Location: Taos Pueblo

June 13 - 15, 2014Day Out with ThomasCome meet Thomas and enjoy a day full of fun and entertainment! Thomas the Tank Engine will be merrily chugging his passenger cars full of children throughout the day.
Location: Chama

July 01 - 06, 201428th Annual Freedom DaysThe Fourth of July is celebrated with a variety of special events including auction, parade, brass band concert, triathlon, gem show, electric light parade!
Location: Farmington

July 04, 20144th of July Celebration and ParadeCelebrate The Great American Holiday in Red River.
Location: Downtown Red River

July 04, 20144th of July Celebration Come celebrate Independence Day and the Villages Birthday in small town fashion. Parade, rubber duck race, fun games & live music. Kids can ride on the firetruck! Parade starts at 2pm; music & events follow the parade. Free.
Location: Village of Taos Ski Valley

July 04, 2014Arroyo Seco ParadeYou never know what you will see at the annual Arroyo Seco Independence Day parade - festivities begin at 1pm.
Location: Arroyo Seco

July 04, 2014July 4th Celebration!The fun kicks off at 6PM with hay rides, barbeque, an Independence Day coloring contest, and a rousing medley of patriotic songs led by the Raton High School chorus!
Location: Raton

July 11 - 13, 2014Taos Pueblo Pow WowTaos Pueblo is famous for its pow-wow. Competition American Indian dances, arts and crafts, food, and music. Events begin Friday evening with a grand procession. Join Taos Pueblo as they dance, sing, and share the beauty of their ancestral home.
Location: Taos Pueblo

July 12 - 13, 2014Angel Fire ArtsFestArtsFest is a juried Fine Art Show featuring local and regional artists.
Location: Angel Fire Community Center

July 18 - 20, 2014Las Fiestas de TaosFeast Day celebration of Taos Patron Saints, Santiago and Santa Ana, food, music, vendors, parades, dancers and more.
Location: Taos Plaza

July 19, 2014Angel Fire Garden Club TourThis annual tour is of some of the finest mountain gardens in the Angel Fire area.
Location: Angel Fire

July 25 - 26, 2014Feast Days of Santiago and Santa AnaTaos Pueblo patron saints are celebrated with traditional Corn Dances. Experience this ancient American Indian ceremonial dance representing fertility and summer abundance. (Cameras not allowed.)
Location: Taos Pueblo Plaza

July 26, 2014Turquoise BallJoin us at our annual benefit auction. Great food, great art, and great music!
Location: Old Martinas Hall

Aug 01 - 08, 2014Connie Mack World SeriesEnjoy the best amateur baseball in the country. Teams from the U.S. and Puerto Rico play in front of pro-scouts and college officials.
Location: Rickett Park, Farmington

Aug 08 - 14, 2014San Juan County FairLargest county fair in New Mexico! Live concert, livestock shows, exhibits, fiddlers contest, parade, and arts & crafts booths.
Location: McGee Park, Farmington

Aug 15 - 31, 2014Music From Angel FireThe 31st season of world-class, internationally known musicians performing chamber and classical music. Call 888-377-3300 for locations and times.
Location: Throughout Northern New Mexico

Aug 30 - 31, 2014Totah FestivalNative American Juried Fine Arts and Crafts Show and Marketplace with an Indian Rug Auction and contest Pow Wow.
Location: Farmington Civic Center

Aug 30, 2014A Russian Night in TaosJoin the museum at its annual gala fundraiser for an unforgettable evening of dancing, dining and art - complete with live and silent auctions.
Location: Taos Art Museum

Sept 02, 2014St Esteban Feast DayFeast day celebrations at Acoma Pueblo in honor of their patron saint, San Esteban. No tours provided on this day, but the village is open to the public free of charge.
Location: Acoma

Sept 07, 2014Enchanted Circle Century Bike TourThis 100 mile bicycle tour trails through the Sangre de Cristo Mountains in beautiful Northern New Mexico.
Location: Red River

Sept 20 - 28, 2014Fishfest at Eagle Nest LakeIt’s a whopper! The fishing tournament is held at the Eagle Nest Marina. On the 27th, enjoy the festivities including Fish Fry and Worm Eating Contest.
Location: Eagle Nest Lake State Park

Sept 26 - 28, 2014Aspencade Performing Arts and Crafts FairThe air is crisp and the golden aspens are in their glory. Browse along booths of hand-crafted items while you enjoy delicious food and live entertainment.
Location: Red River Conference Center

Sept 27, 2014Quick Draw and Live Art AuctionVisitors and locals are invited to meet forty to fifty New Mexico artists as they create works of art in a three-hour period on site of the TCA grounds and at four satellite locations around town.
Location: TCA & throughout the historic district

Sept 29 - 30, 2014Taos Pueblo San Geronimo DayExperience this centuries-old trading event and shop for authentic American Indian arts and crafts. Ceremonial pole climbing. (No cameras.)
Location: Taos Pueblo plaza

Oct 04, 2014Road Apple RallyAnnual mountain bike race and tour offers pro/experts, veterans and beginners a test of skill on a 30-mile single and double loop course through canyons and arroyos.
Location: Farmington

Oct 10 - 12, 2014Oktoberfest in Red RiverJoin us for microbreweries, German food, "Oompa" Music, and lots of fun!
Location: Brandenburg Park, Red River

Nov 11, 2014Veterans Day CeremoniesCeremonies honoring all vets, begin at 11am.
Location: Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Angel Fire

Nov 26, 2014Red River Ski Area OpensThe fun begins in Red River: The Ski Town of the Southwest
Location: Red River Ski Area

Dec 06, 2014San Juan College LuminariasDisplay illuminates the campus with 50,000 candlelit bags. This is the largest luminaria display of a non-profit entity in New Mexico.
Location: San Juan College, Farmington

Dec 06, 2014Salmon Ruins Holiday Arts and Crafts FairSalmon Ruins brings together artisans from throughout the Four Corners to display and sell their wares at McGee Park.
Location: McGee Park, Between Farmington & Bloomfield

Dec 24, 2014Christmas Eve ProcessionNo where else on Earth can you experience this magical event. A stunning contrast between bonfires and the Procession of the Virgin is a pageant of beauty, heritage and awe inspiring imagery. Sundown.
Location: Taos Pueblo

Dec 25, 2014Taos Pueblo Deer or Matachines DanceTraditional Christmas Day dances. Dances begin at 2pm. No cameras or cell phones allowed.
Location: Taos Pueblo plaza

Dec 31, 2014New Years Eve CelebrationStart your New Year's Eve celebration with the torchlight parade and fireworks display beginning at 6 p.m. followed by festivities throughout the valley.
Location: On Slope at Taos Ski Valley

Dec 31, 2014New Years Eve Torchlight ParadeCelebrate New Year's on the slopes with a Torchlight Parade; begins at 7pm.
Location: Red River ski area

Jan 01, 2015Polar Bear PlungeJoin in on this New Year Day tradition! What a way to bring in the New Year! We remove the ice long enough for all you adventurous jumpers to christen yourselves in our beautiful waters!
Location: Eagle Nest Lake

Jan 06, 2015Deer or Buffalo DanceA symbol of abundance during the winter months, traditional Buffalo Dances begin about 1pm. No photography allowed.
Location: Taos Pueblo