4 days of snow-filled fun, live entertainment, savory food & exclusive military discounts for vets and their families. Skiing, snowboarding, sledding, snowshoeing, s’mores parties, KidsFest, Military Family Expo & more.
Cross-country ski or snowshoe on five kilometers of groomed trails with desserts all along the way! Children welcome. Noon-2pm.
An evening of musical performances that are inspired by art with pieces by Jennifer Higdon, Bruce Wolosoff, Glen Roven, and Claude Debussy. Nightly at 5:30pm.
Celebrate the birthday of TSV's founder, Ernie Blake. Event details to follow...
Taos Shortz Film Fest returns for its 12th edition, featuring the very best short films from around the world. Three full days of fun, films and festivities.
Pianist Robert McDonald joins the Group for an evening of music dedicated to Chilton Anderson, founder of The Taos School of Music. Performances nightly at 5:30pm.
Traditional foot races open to the public at 8:00am. Traditional Corn Dances from 1-5pm (approx). Info: (575) 758-1028.
Free community-concert celebrates three days of festivities honoring our mothers. Live entertainment from traditional New Mexico-style music, Tejano, classic rock, and country.
Treat your mom to camping, whitewater races, cookoff's and more along the Rio Grande Racecourse. Sunday's the big day!
Highlighting younger musicians and newer music featuring 24-year-old violist Allie Norris. Nightly at 5:30pm.
Feast day traditional corn dance at Taos Pueblo plaza. (No cameras.) 8am-4:30pm
Sunrise mass at San Geronimo church, traditional Corn Dance all day. No cameras. 8am-4:30pm
Feast Day celebration of Taos' patron saints, Santiago and Santa Ana, with food, music, vendors, parades, dancers and more.
Experience this ancient American Indian ceremonial Corn Dance representing fertility and summer abundance. (Cameras not allowed.)
The mountain course will challenge your body and stimulate your senses, with views of Wheeler and Kachina Peak. Details and registration to follow...
Local, national and international artists present immersive and participatory outdoor art installations that combine high- and low-tech tools and materials to explore Connections – our interactions with each other, nature and the world.