Farmington, New Mexico is known as the destination where active families and outdoor lovers …read more »
For the past 16 years, Sipapu Ski & Summer Resorts has been the first resort in New …read more »
Riding the Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad is one of the best ways to enjoy the …read more »
Taos artist Barbara Zaring will be featured in two exhibitions during the time know as …read more »
The Taos Chamber Music Group has announced its 26th season of “wild and scenic” …read more »
Questa Farmers Market (QFM) opens this Sunday, June 3rd, with live music and local foods …read more »
The 35th season of Music from Angel Fire is a two-week festival offering thirteen concerts …read more »
Taos First Friday is a movement to celebrate the first Friday of each month with pop up …read more »
Discover New Mexico this summer with Heritage Inspirations Tours, providing hand-crafted …read more »
Santa Paws, Bonfires on Bent St. - John Dunn House Shops & Galleries
Posted Nov 14, 2017
The shopping areas of John Dunn House and Bent Street Shops in downtown Taos celebrate the holidays with style and cheer on Saturday, December 9, 2017 from 10am to 7pm.
Enjoy shopping, bonfires, farolitos, music, Aztec dancers, carolers and other entertainment on Bent Street and John Dunn Way all day. Bent Street is closed to all but foot traffic to enjoy bonfires, luminarias, food, and music on Bent Street as well as in the John Dunn Shops. The shops will be decorated for the festivities, offering hot beverages, snacks, hors d'oeuvres and a feast for all. Evening reception and bonfires from 4-7pm.
Come and see your neighborhood pets decked out in their holiday best at the annual Santa Paws event. Pets can have their photo taken with Santa; animals will also be available for adoption. The event at the John Dunn Shops from Noon to 4pm, benefits Taos Stray Hearts Animal Shelter.
Take part in this uniquely Taos celebration of the holidays!Visit Site