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.
Slide down the hill and take the lift back up to do it again, or ride the longest summer tubing lanes in the country on Gold Rush Hill!10am-5pm.
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.
Every Wednesday night watch a fun family movie on the Community House lawn! Bring blankets and lawn chairs if you like; popcorn and drinks available. 8:30-10pm.
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.
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.
Don your Western attire for an evening of cocktails, delicious food, live music, dancing, and silent and live auctions to benefit the Red River Valley Foundation.
A live music and performance art experience with multiple bands, DJs, chill tents, camping, and outdoor adventures.
Challenge yourself at this high-altitude event with a race or fun-run. The 13 mile race begins in town at 8,750 feet and climbs over 700 feet with a turnaround point at just above 9,400 feet elevation. Runners take in amazing views including Wheeler Peak.
Tour some of Taos' most beautiful gardens and homes. Brought to you by Los Jardineros, the Garden Club of Taos. 9am to 4pm.
The mountain course will challenge your body and stimulate your senses, with views of Wheeler and Kachina Peak. Start time - 9am. After party with live music from Last To Know.
A day filled with workshops, concerts, singing, and jamming! Sign up for a workshop and you’ll be playing in no time.
Everything tamale - cook-off, eating contest, tastings, salsa cook-off, food vendors, artist market, music, food. 10am-6pm.
Come enjoy Taos Pride weekend with some very special new events including the Taos Pride Parade, Film Fest, and Drag Show!
Ride the mountain towns of Northern New Mexico, discover amazing dirt and paved routes around the Enchanted Circle, morning and afternoon rides with friends and local riders, a bike skills clinic on the new KTM model, breakfast buffets, campfires, and NM culture and cuisine.
Booths of artists and craftsmen line the park selling their wares on a summer day.
4-day Music Festival at venues throughout town and multiple chili cook-offs (including New Mexico State Green Chili Championship) on Saturday.
Wine tastings, food, hiking, live music and more will fill your weekend in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains!