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.
Bring a blanket, a picic basket & your family and friends! Movies every Wednesday night, beginning at 6pm with show starting at dusk. Free!
Join with locals and visitors alike in the Plaza for free live concerts every Thursday evening at 6pm - all summer long. (No performance on July 19.)
Shop for local produce, baked goods, and traditional NM foods - and enjoy live music and puppet shows. Accepting double buck food program, EBT/SNAP, and WIC. Every Sunday, 10am-2pm.
Eighteen free concerts and one gala presented by master students and graduates of the 11-year-old Institute.
Every Friday night this summer, settle in for a live concert, along with a Kids Zone with face painting and games! Bring your own lawn chairs and blankets. Free! 5-7pm.
International young artists and renown faculty present chamber music performances and workshops in the 56th annual season of the school.
A weekly showcase (Sundays 10-2:00) featuring a diverse selection of local and regional artists, great live music, food artisans & fresh produce.
Experience the fun of the rodeo! Barrel racing, roping, bull riding, and more!
Sunrise mass at San Geronimo church, traditional Corn Dance all day. No cameras. 8am-4:30pm
Enjoy a guided 4-mile hiking tour to Williams Lake. Delight in the full moon in the beautiful mountains of Taos Ski Valley. Meet at 9:00pm; free. (Bring an extra warm layer of clothing; it's cool at night in the mountains.)
Billy Dawson brings the inspirational songwriting of Nashville to the awe-inspiring Sangre de Cristo Mountains for a high energy evening of acoustic music. 5-8pm.
Combine a morning round of golf starting at 9am, with an afternoon of sipping wines starting at 2pm. Live music, art auction, tasty bites from top Taos restaurants.
Join the adventure for the fourth Angel Fire Adventure Marathon, Half Marathon, 5k and Happy Feet Kids Run. 6am-6pm.
Celebrate The Great American Holiday in Red River. Festivities begin at 10am.
Fireworks and 4th of July festivies at the Lake!
Celebrate the 4th in the Mountains! After the Seco parade head up mountain where it's cooler! Live Music, Duck Races, Live Music, Fun & Mountain Views!
Stroll along numerous booths of arts and crafts in the park.
Bring your friends and sample local beers and bacon from across the Southwest, live entertainment. 21 and older event. Starts at noon.
One of the longest-running arts festivals in northern New Mexico where artists from all over the Southwest come to Angel Fire to display their works. Art, food, entertainment and a silent auction; 9am-5pm.
The 33rd annual competition of American Indian dances has been cancelled for 2018. Mark July 12-14, 2019 on your calendar!
Immerse yourself in the literary arts with a selection of one-day intensives and workshops in fiction, memoir, creative nonfiction, poetry and writing for children. Keynote speaker Kate Christensen.
July 17-20 - enjoy the Wild Rivers Recreation Area while plein air painters put brush to canvas. art workshops in Questa. July 21-22 - Quick Draw, awards celebration, and art swap.
Feast Day celebration of Taos' patron saints, Santiago and Santa Ana, with food, music, vendors, parades, dancers and more.
Award-winning garden club hosts a tour of some of the most beautiful and innovative gardens in northern New Mexico. 8am-2pm.
Take in the fall mountain air, shop dozens of local and regional artists work, eat wonderful food, enjoy the children's craft tent , live music, and so much more; free!
Experience this ancient American Indian ceremonial Corn Dance representing fertility and summer abundance. (Cameras not allowed.)
Enjoy a guided 4-mile hiking tour to Williams Lake. Delight in the full moon in the beautiful mountains of Taos Ski Valley. Meet at 9:15pm; free. (Bring a warm layer of clothing for the cool night.)
Celebrate two of the most wonderful things - our furry friends and wine! Doggy Bake Sale, Yappy Hour, Grand Fur Ball, and wine tastings in the park.
35th Annual Arts & Crafts festival with handmade items from all over the country, wine tastings, beer garden and live music.