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.
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.
First day of skiing and riding for the 2018/2019 ski season with special pricing on lift tickets!
Thanksgiving kicks off the Christmas holiday! Tree lighting & caroling, Santa, hot cocoa and cider - a great family tradition! 7pm.
2018-2019 Ski Season Opening Day! Lifts open at 9am.
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.
31st annual town tree lighting and caroling at historic Taos Plaza. Meet the mayor, Mr. & Mrs. Santa Claus, and even Mr. Grinch; complimentary hot chocolate and cookies. 4-6pm
Museums, galleries, studios and merchants of Ledoux Street usher in the holiday season. Luminarias, farolitos, music and refreshments. 5-7pm.
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.
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.
Join us for our opening day of the ski season! 9am-4pm.
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.
Festivities begin at 3:30pm with hot drinks, cookies and holiday music; tree lighting at 4:30pm.
Ride the latest 2019 skis & boards from Never Summer, K2, Nordica, & more. 9am-4pm.
Enjoy the Spanish tradition of re-enacting Mary and Joseph’s search for lodging. On the final night they, along with their followers who carry candles and sing Christmas songs, are given a room, amid rejoicing.
Celebrate Christmas Eve at the Lift House with the magical play of lights from the Torchlight Parade and Fireworks! Details to follow...
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.
Bundle up the family and join us at the base of the ski mountain for our annual Christmas Eve Torchlight Parade. And keep an eye out…Santa and Mrs. Claus have been known to join in the festivities!
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.
Dress warm and join us at the base of the ski mountain for our annual New Year's Eve Fireworks & Torchlight Parade. 6-7pm
Traditional Taos Pueblo Turtle Dance marks the beginning of a new year. 8am-1pm.
Join in on this New Year Day tradition! What a way to bring in the New Year! We remove the ice long enough for all you adventurous jumpers to christen yourselves in our beautiful waters!
A symbol of abundance during the winter months, traditional Buffalo Dances begin about 1pm. No photography allowed.