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.
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.
Enjoy stunning views on your ride to the summit. At the top there's an 18-hole disc golf course, hiking trails, and live music most Saturdays. 9am-4pm.
The air is crisp and golden aspens are glowing. Browse along booths of hand-crafted items while you enjoy delicious food and live entertainment. This year features the third annual Red River Folk Festival with talented musicians from all over the US delighting guests at Aspencade.
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.
Choose your distance - 105 miles, 65 miles, or 46 mile cycling race beginning in Taos and passing through scenic parts of Northern New Mexico including Mora and Angel Fire.
Featuring Trompone Shorty and Orleans Avenue, Galactic, Preservation Hall Jazz Band, New Breed Brass Band, and special guests Cyril Neville & Walter Wolfman Washington. Opens at 5pm; start at 6pm.
Opening the 26th season with violinist Vijay Gupta with works by Bach, Reena Esmail (fellow Indian-American) and Handel-Halvorsen. 5:30pm.
Guided 4-mile hike under the light of the full moon to Williams Lake. (Wear hiking boots & a warm layer of clothing.) 8:15pm; free.
Visit the studios of artists in Moreno Valley and Valley Escondido, and buy right from the source! 9am-4pm.
Experience this centuries-old trading event and shop for authentic American Indian arts and crafts. Ceremonial pole climbing. (No cameras.)
Microbreweries compete, German food and beer, "Oompa" music, dancing, yodeling, and lots of fun!
This 35th 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. 2018 headliner: Minton Sparks.
A day celebrating mountain bikeing with fun competitions, great prizes,food, fun and even bike-jousting!
Guided 4-mile hike under the light of the full moon to Williams Lake. (Wear hiking boots & a warm layer of clothing.) 8pm; free.
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.
An evening of music informed by the natural world with pieces by Tina Davidson, Einojuhani Rautavaara, Katherine Hoover, Melissa Hui, Johannes Brahms, and Bohuslav Martinu. 5:30pm.
Thanksgiving kicks off the Christmas holiday! Tree lighting & caroling, Santa, hot cocoa and cider - a great family tradition! 7pm.
Unique and hand-made arts and crafts, made by local artists. Great holiday gifts abound! Santa will be there each day! Friday & Saturday 10-6; Sunday 11-4.
Get ready for the holiday by shopping local. You'll find all sorts of food and crafts items. Presented by ArtUP and the AF Chamber of Commerce.
Russian virtuoso pianist Gleb Ivanov will be featured in this holiday program that traverses borders with works by Armenian, Czech, and American composers. Nightly at 5:30pm.
Ski with Santa and Mrs. Claus, then head to Angel Fire Resort base area for Christmas Eve Torchlight Parade and Fireworks (6-7pm).
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.
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 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 one.
Take the kids to celebrate New Year's with pizza, music and games; at 10pm the countdown ball begins!
Dress warm and join us at the base of the ski mountain for our annual New Year’s Eve Torchlight Parade.