Fresh local vegetables and fruits, cheeses and dairy products, delicious baked goods, honey, grassfed meats, eggs, jams, flowers and plants. Live music and entertainment. 8:00am-12:30pm.
Every Sunday noon to 4pm, shop for local produce, honey, baked goods, chicos, jellies - and more.
Enjoy the views of the highest peaks of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, with wildflowers and picnic tables at the top of the lift. 10am-4pm daily.
Featuring Taos' most comprehensive art shows of the year - Taos Select and Taos Open. This is the largest and oldest arts festival in northern New Mexico with gallery receptions, openings, special events, and workshops.
Experience this centuries-old trading event and shop for authentic American Indian arts and crafts. Ceremonial pole climbing. (No cameras.)
Socially conscious, global peace roots rocker Michael Franti and Spearhead, live in concert in Kit Carson Park, 5pm.
Visit the studios of artists in Moreno Valley and Valley Escondido, and buy right from the source!
The 25th season opens with the American String Quartet in an all-American program. Works by Zhou Tian, Robert Sirota, Samuel Barber, and Dvorak. 5:30pm.
Join us for microbrews, German food, "Oompa" Music, dancing, yodeling, and lots of fun!
This 34th annual celebration of traditional and contemporary fiber artistry is an opportunity to shop for hand-dyed, hand-spun yarns and textile art, get up close to sheep, goats, and llamas, and an invitation for kids to try their hand at a fiber project. Free.
Celebrating flavors from kitchens in Northern New Mexico with small tastes from Taos' best chefs. Live music. Noon-4pm.
The two-day event offers tellers spinning their tales in concerts, workshops and in visits to local schools. 2017 headliners: Rosemerry Wahtola Trommer and Andy Offut Irwin.
Bask in the glow of balloons rising in the dawn, tether rides, parade, and live entertainment. The Taos skies fill with dozens of brightly colored hot air balloons lifting into the clear mountain sunrise.
Celebrate Halloween with all witches, fairies, pirates and goblins in Taos. A special event for families and the young at heart. Parade in your fave costume, live music, face painting, music, treats, and more! 3-6pm.
An evening of works by women composers performed by women, including Clara Schumann, a trio sonata by Anna Bon, Jennifer Higdon, Ingrid Stölzel, Missy Mazzoli, Shulamit Ran, and Stacy Garrop. 5:30 pm.
Opening Day for the 2017-18 season! Lifts open 9am.
Thanksgiving kicks off the Christmas holiday! Tree lighting & caroling, Santa, hot cocoa and cider - a great family tradition! 7-9pm.
Affordable gifts made by a wide variety of Taos artists. Open daily 11-5 till Christmas Eve.
Museums, galleries, studios and merchants of Ledoux Street usher in the holiday season. Luminarias, farolitos, music and refreshments. 5-7pm.
Santa will find out what your pet wants for Christmas, and pose for a photo with your pet. Pets available for adoption will also be present. Hot beverages and snacks. This is a benefit for Stray Hearts Animal Shelter & Four Corners Animal League. 10-7pm
Enjoy shopping, bonfires, farolitos, music and entertainment while strolling along Bent Street and The John Dunn Shops. Shops will be open from 10am to 7pm, offering winter foods and cheer, and holiday specials. Bonfires and night festivities 4-7pm.
Celebrating the holidays with the music of France. Virtuoso pianist Gleb Ivanov plays in Ravel’s Mirrors, flutist Nancy Laupheimer in Gaubert’s Third Flute Sonata, and violinist LP How and cellist Sally Guenther in Saint-Saens' Second Piano Trio. 5:30pm.
Enjoy the Spanish tradition of re-enacting Mary and Joseph’s search for lodging, which some say took nine nights. On the final night they, along with their followers who carry candles and sing Christmas songs, are given a room, amid rejoicing.
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.
Celebrate Christmas Eve at the Lift House with the magical play of lights from the Torchlight Parade and Fireworks! 7pm. Rail Jam at 5:30pm
Traditional Christmas Day dances. Dances begin at 2pm. No cameras or cell phones allowed.
After a festive day of opening presents, enjoy an evening of cross-country skiing (or snowshoeing) along a 3K luminaria-lined forest trail with bonfires along the way. Complimentary food and drink in the warming hut.
Ring in 2018 in style! Enjoy a magical torchlight parade down the slopes, plus fireworks over the ski area in the clear winter sky! Festivities continue throughout the village.
Celebrate New Year's on the slopes at the traditional Torchlight Parade and Fireworks Display.
Traditional Taos Pueblo Turtle Dance marks the beginning of a new year. 8am-1pm.