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Santa Fe December Travel Events

Santa Fe Community Orchestra Performances

December Santa Fe Travel events offer visitors easy opportunities to create memorable and affordable travel package. Free performances  by the Santa Fe Community Orchestra occur throughout the year, but this year we highlight the following two. Each season, Santa Fe Community Orchestra presents five free concerts of classical favorites, rarely heard repertoire, accessible  contemporary works and world premieres of compositions by New Mexico composers.  On December 2nd at 7:00 pm, the Santa Fe Community Orchestra proudly presents:

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Educate Your Ear
Erkki Melartin: Greatness in the Shadow of Sibelius

in James A. Little Theater
on New Mexico School for the Deaf Campus 

Enjoy the musical talents of the Santa Fe Community Orchestra as they explore the first movement of Erkki Melartin’s fabulous, rarely performed Symphony No. 5- premier in 1916!  Melartin wrote music rich in expression, romantic on the edge of modernism and full of lyrical melodies and rousing climaxes.   Oliver’s engaging, informative commentary with musical illustrations by Santa Fe Community Orchestra takes one inside the music and the life  and times of this wonderful, undiscovered Finnish composer- followed by a complete performance of the first movement.  Free Admission, Donations Appreciated

Educate Your Ear – it will change the way you hear!

Free Concert Series- Santa Fe Community Orchestra

Next, on our Santa Fe December Travel Event Calander the Santa Fe Community Orchestra Winter Concert on 4th at 2:30 pm:

Melartin: Symphony No. 5 (Sinfonia brevis), Op. 90

Márquez: Danzón No. 2

Rodrigo: Concierto de Aranjuez
Roberto Capocchi, guitar

in James A. Little Theater
on New Mexico School for the Deaf Campus 

Free Admission, Donations Appreciated

Yellow Skier

Ski Santa Fe opens Saturday, December 3rd

Snow falls have been delayed this season, but the enjoyment of incredibly beautiful fall days have been great- no complaints here! December is upon now and it’s time to wax your skiis because Ski Santa Fe opens officially December 2nd! Though all slopes will not be open many are: Midland, Easy Street, Pine Flats and the Chipmunk Corner Children’s Center have 20” of natural and manmade snow as of this writing.  The Super Chief Quad Chairlift, Easy Street Beginner Chairlift, Pine Flats Conveyor Lift, and Chipmunk Corner Conveyor lift will also be open. Other facilities including La Casa Lodge, La Casa Café, Ski Santa Fe Sports Shop, Ski & Snowboard Rental Shop, BAZ Coffee Bar and Totemoff’s Bar and Grill will be ready to accommodate skiiers and provide a great outdoor snow experience. Join the folks at the Snow Sports School and Chipmunk Corner Children’s Center for a ski or snowboard lesson and get everyone’s season started right! We look forward to seeing everyone on the mountain. Just a 16 mile drive from Pueblo Bonito bed and breakfast inn in downtown historic Santa Fe New Mexico- give us a call 1-800-4621-4599 for the BEST WINTER LODGING PACKAGE IN DOWNTOWN SANTA FE!

Hours of Operation: 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM every day of the week, for more information log on to www.skisantafe.com

 

Adult All Day  $62
Adult w/ Peak Plus Card  $37
Student  All Day  $53
Student w/Peak Plus Card  $28
Child All Day  $48
Child w/Peak Plus Card  $23
Senior All Day  $50
Senior w/Peak Plus Card  $25
Military All Day  $59
AM or PM ½ Day  $50
2 Day Adult  $124

*Prices are subject to change at any time as additional terrain opens.

 

Pueblo Bonito bed and breakfast inn specializes in Santa Fe Travel for guests wanting an authentic historic New Mexico Lodging experience. Our property, located in prime downtown Santa Fe, embodies the architecture, culture and cuisine Santa Fe is famous for!  Create a one of a kind historic Northern New Mexico adventure vacation to Santa Fe by headquartering your lodging at Pueblo Bonito b&b inn. Voted “Guest Favorite” from over 2800 properties with in the US and Canada! There is no end to what we can do to make your Santa Fe visit an authentic historic New Mexico Travel adventure. Call us 1-800-461-4599 for reservations and best rates book direct!

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Santa Fe Holiday Events: New Years Eve Celebration on the Plaza

Santa Fe New Years Eve Special Event

New Year’s Eve Celebration on the Plaza!

WHEN: December 31st, 2016. 9:30pm – 12:15am.

WHERE: Just minutes walk to the Historic Santa Fe Plaza from Inn at Pueblo Bonito Santa Fe!

Imagine what a New Years Eve celebration on America’s oldest capital city- Santa Fe- could possibly be! As this unique and culturally diverse 400+ yr old southwestern destination stands on it’s own merits, especially when it comes to traditions, New Year’s eve has availed the opportunity to create a new modern tradition for historic Santa Fe visitors and locals alike! Santa Fe known for its art, culture, history, authentic traditions, is known also known as the City Different. True to it’s name, Santa Fe’s New Years eve celebration rings true! How many New Years eve festivities are family friendly? How many are specially set up to support and fund children? How many are alcohol free and uplifting? Come enjoy, participate and witness the newest in Santa Fe tradition by gathering up friends and family and ringing in New Year 2017 at the inaugural Santa Fe New Year’s Eve celebration.

Santa Fe Plaza Lights

Santa Fe Plaza Lights

Schedule of 2017 New Year Eve Celebration Activities:

9:30pm – Festivities begin with bonfires lining the Historic Santa Fe Plaza. Sip on a cup of hot chocolate (available for donation to benefit Santa Fe kids). Enjoy ethnic foods highlighted in food vendor trucks attending to feed the body while local music heroes like: Alex Maryol and Lumbre del Sol feed the soul and rev the festivities from the bandstand.

11:45pm – Mayor Javier Gonzales and city officials will address the crowd and begin the countdown to 2016.

Midnight – At the stroke of midnight, there’ll be a City Different New Year’s surprise to kick off the New Year in a family-friendly, uplifting fashion.

Late City Bus service will be provided until 12.30am. Remember to thank the driver!

(This is an alcohol-free event!)

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Santa Fe Summer Spanish Market Activities and Lodging Specials

JULY SANTA FE TRAVEL TIPS: SPANISH MARKET- A MUST DO!

…Traditional Spanish Market – Summer

WHEN: July 30th & 31st, 2016: 8am – 5pm.

WHERE: Santa Fe Plaza area.

Hours and Admission: 8 am- 5 pm: Free!!

The oldest, largest juried Spanish Market in the United States is celebrating with festivals, music, cultural events, food, stories and traditional historic lodging centered in and around Santa Fe’s historic Plaza- July 2016!

Website: http://spanishcolonial.org/spanish-summer-market-santa-fe/

July Spanish Market in al Santa Fe New Mexico

July Spanish Market in al Santa Fe New Mexico

July brings up to 70,000 people (locals, visitors, collectors and enthusiasts) flocking to Santa Fe to experience this traditional Santa Fe Spanish Market event- you don’t want to miss! Hundreds of artists show works which is now known world-wide as the largest juried Spanish Market in the United States! The Spanish Colonial Arts Society proudly announces its 65th Annual Traditional Spanish Market on the historic Santa Fe Plaza on July 30-31, 2016. We humbly invite you to join us at Santa Fe’s Inn at Pueblo Bonito –Santa Fe to experience this wonderful and exciting summer Santa Fe Market event.  The first market took place near the Santa Fe Plaza in 1926. Today our market features authentic artistic traditions which can be traced directly back over 400 years with skilled artists and craftspeople creating breathtaking expressions of living traditions with their art as their only source of income. Styles and quality are differ and are far more exacting in terms of traditional accuracy and finish than tourist pieces sold elsewhere in the USA. Market artists submit pieces and are then juried into the Market with youth mentored by current Market artists in specific categories.

250 Spanish Colonial Artists (approximately) from New Mexico and Southern Colorado take part in this enchanting event. Santa Fe’s downtown plaza is filled with exponents of woodcarving, tinwork, colcha, hide painting, retablos, straw appliqué, furniture and furnishings, weaving, jewelry, filigree, pottery and ironwork. But that’s not all!

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Pueblo Bonito Inn- Santa Fe your SFO lodging.

In addition, ¡Viva La Cultura! is a week long immersive experience of Santa Fe’s history, culture and modern daily life! Lecture series, tours, music, culinary events, movies and more are coordinated through cooperative activities with several Santa Fe organizations brining to life the Spanish Market, July 30-31, 2016. Music and performances are on Market stage throughout the weekend, a food court of local flavors and authentic, traditional lodging are provided to limited guests of the one and only Inn at Pueblo Bonito- Santa Fe! Artist demonstrations, interactive art projects, books on Hispanic culture and a special Market Mass at the Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi are elements of Santa Fe’s Spanish Market you don’t want to miss! Walk to all of these special events and soak in the full experience of this 65 yr old traditional Spanish Market from Pueblo Bonito bed and breakfast inn, while feasting on traditional Spanish breakfast items like red chile pork tamales and green chile chicken stew! Give us a call (1-800-461-4599) to make your end of July reservations while availability lasts at Santa Fe’s only 156 yr old historic authentic adobe pueblo-style b&b! Free parking. Easy walk to Market, activities, restaurants, museums, shopping and more!  BOOK NOW ONLINE

Voted "Guest Favorite b&b"- 2015

Voted “Guest Favorite b&b”- 2015

1-800-461-4599. www.pueblobonitoinn.com

Don’t just Stay in Historic New Mexico – Experience it a Inn at Pueblo Bonito- Santa Fe! Check out our reviews here BOOK NOW ONLINE

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Santa Fe International Folk Art Market 2016 Information

International Folk Art MarketInternational Folk Art Market Visitor Information:

2016 Santa Fe Folk Art Market will soon be here! Santa Fe travelers don’t miss out on any of it‘s offerings! Hard to describe but we’ll try: Santa Fe Folk Art Market is “Unique”, “Innovative”, “Interesting”, “Intriguing”, “Whimsical” and so much more. Honestly words do not pay the whole Folk Art market experience justice! Santa Fe Folk Art Market is simply an annual New Mexico Event visitors must experience first hand. Inn at Pueblo Bonito- Santa Fe hosts guests from all over the US and World each year who come to this one-of-a-kind event- the largest Folk Art Market in the World! Santa Fe New Mexico travelers converge July 9,10,11,12 celebrating diverse cultures, traditions, faiths, dress and foods! So don’t miss out- here some visitor information we hope you‘ll find helpful:

Where to Stay:  Inn at Pueblo Bonito – Santa Fe! Voted “Guest Favorite” Santa Fe b&b three years in a row! Most convenient for Folk Art Market Attendees as it’s 3 minute stroll to P.E.R.A pick up/drop free shuttle location to all Market events! Due to popularity, limited rooms and affordablity Folk Art Market visitors should call now! Direct Bookings only at this historic adobe pueblo-style Santa Fe b&b, quietly nestled in “prime” downtown location! 1-800-461-4599 See Summer Specials: HERE!

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Santa Fe Folk Art Market Schedule 2016:

Friday July 10: 6:30 – 9 PM: Market Opening Party – Gathering under the stars!

Tickets $225 ($125 tax deductible). Shop, dance, listen to international music, enjoy international food and drink tasting. Inn at Pueblo Bonito guests will walk to free shuttle service to Museum Hill (location of Market event). Shuttles run from 6 to 9:15pm TICKETS MUST BE PURCHASED IN ADVANCE for Market Opening Party- no ticket sales at the gate.

Saturday July 11: International Folk Art Market Santa Fe

Early Bird Market 7:30 am to 9am Be early and meet the artists first hand without the crowd! Tickets: $75- include all day Saturday Market!
Regular Market 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.  Adult $15 if purchased before June 1; $20.00 after; youth 16 and under are free! Ticket includes: entrance to the Museum of International Folk Art, the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, and the Santa Fe Botanical Garden on Museum Hill. Explore the market, international foods, entertainment.

Comanche Mask for Carnival and Day of the Dead Dances Huastec People San Luis Potosí, Mexico 1997 International Folk Art Foundation

Comanche Mask for Carnival and
Day of the Dead Dances
Huastec People
San Luis Potosí, Mexico
1997
International Folk Art Foundation

TICKETS MUST BE PURCHASED IN ADVANCE– no ticket sales at the gate.

Sunday July 12: Folk Art Market- Family Day 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Adult tickets $10.00 before June 1; $15 after June 1; Youth 16 and under are free! Ticket price includes admission to Museum of International Folk Art and Santa Fe Botanical Garden on Museum Hill and Museum of Indian Arts & Culture! Inn at Pueblo Bonito guests can easily walk to Shuttle pick up/drop off which will run from 8 am to 5:15 pm. TICKETS MUST BE PURCHASED IN ADVANCE– no ticket sales at the gate.

For information on Santa Fe International Folk Art Market- visit International Folk Art Museum’s website at: http://www.internationalfolkart.org/eventsedu/jul.html

Where to Eat: Walk to Santa Fe finest restuarants from the P.E.R.A shuttle drop off location or Inn at Pueblo Bonito! Here are a few excellent choices to consider: Restaurant Martin; Pink Adobe; El Farol; Geronimos; La Casa Sena; Tomasitas; The Thunderbird on the plaza; La Boca; El Meson; Pranzo’s Italian Grill; Saveur Bistro; and so many more! Don’t forget the cafe at Museum Hill- try thier desserts and herbal teas!

Historic Adobe- Pueblo Bonito b&b inn-Santa Fe.

Historic Adobe- Pueblo Bonito b&b inn-Santa Fe.

Blog Compliments of: Pueblo Bonito b&b inn Santa Fe, NM

2015 Folk Art Market Information from International Folk Art Market website.

 

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New Mexico Pueblo Feast Day Dances

Native American Dances at New Mexico Pueblos

Native American dance at Santa Fe Plaza

Native American dances at Santa Fe Plaza

Though traditional Feast Day dances on New Mexico Pueblos are abundant throughout the year, here are just a few listings to illustrate the rich heritage, tradition and importance Native American Dances have within modern Pueblo life. Easter is a time of celebration and worship for the Native American Pueblo people as it is with Anglo and Spanish Christian New Mexicans.


PUEBLO DANCES Easter Weekend

SUNDAY – March 27, 2016
(ALL INFORMATION IS SUBJECT To change)

NAMBE:
BOW AND ARROW DANCE
10AM OR SO TO EARLY AFTERNOON

Carne Adovada - a New Mexican Pueblo Feast Day favorite!

Carne Adovada – a New Mexican Pueblo Feast Day favorite!

OHKAY OWINGEH (SAN JUAN):
BUFFALO DANCE
10AM
OR SO FOR MOST OF THE DAY

SAN ILDEFONSO:
MEN’S DANCES
BEGINS AT 9AM

SANTA CLARA:
RAIN DANCE
ALL DAY

COCHITI
DANCING EASTER AND MON.
MAR. 27 AND 28
AROUND
11AM 2/3PM

Traditional Tamales - a welcomed meal in New Mexico culture.

Traditional Tamales – a welcomed meal in New Mexico culture.

SANTA DOMINGO
NOW KEWA
DANCING EASTER AND
MAR. 27/28/29/30
MON./TUES./ WED. ,
FROM 10AM -3 OR SO

Santo Domingo Pueblo Church

Santo Domingo Pueblo Church

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Santa Fe July Festival Event to Enhance your New Mexico Adventure Travel Plans!

2016 Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival

Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival July Travel Event

Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival July Travel Event

Santa Fe July Festival events are certain to make for memorable New Mexico Adventure travels! The Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival is one of those July Santa Fe Summer Festivals you don’t want to miss! Since it’s 1972 founding, guided by a visionary spirit and dedicated artistic excellence and innovation, the Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival has become a preeminent music festival- known around the music world. Santa Fe’s unique location provides a setting nestled amid the beautiful Sangre de Cristo Mountains which has been a valuable contribution to the success of this Music Festival.

We are excited for 2016 Season of the Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival to begin. Welcoming extraordinary artists like Orion Weiss (pianist) provides Santa Fe travelers the opportunity to create memorable travel experiences when visiting New  Mexico. Orion makes his debut with the Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival July 2016! We highly recommend adding of one of these certain to be popular concerts to your July visit with us at Pueblo Bonito bed and breakfast inn:

  • Wednesday, July 20 and Thursday, July 21: Dvo?ák Piano Trio No. 3 (with Kyoko Takezawa, violin and Keith Robinson, cello)
  • Thursday, July 21—Piano Recital: Program to be announced
  • Sunday, July 24 and Monday, July 25: Night sky- featuring the young pianist Orion Weiss.

Curious about our July 2016 Featured Artist of Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival?

Well, here’s a little bit about the young pianist phenomena:

Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival 2016 Orion Weiss

Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival 2016 Orion Weiss

Orion Weiss- One of the most sought-after soloists in his generation of young American musicians already has an impressive list of awards such as: the Gilmore Young Artist Award, an Avery Fisher Career Grant, and the Gina Bachauer Scholarship at the Juilliard School. Orion has performed with major American orchestras Chicago Symphony, Boston Symphony, Los Angeles Philharmonic, and New York Philharmonic. Impressive scheduled stops on his 2016 world tour include: the Iceland Symphony Orchestra, Pacifica Quartet with Cho-Liang Lin and the New Oxford String Quartet.

To explore more into this fabulous opportunity, please visit the SantaFe Chamber Music Festival  and don’t hesitate to make your Santa Fe Travel plans NOW! Pueblo Bonito bed and breakfast inn is located in a prime downtown Santa Fe location- offering the convenience of free parking and walking to the July Music Festival! 1-800-461-4599 or www.pueblobonitoinn.com

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Annual Events in Santa Fe, NM for April, May, and June 2015

SANTA FE ANNUAL EVENTS 2015

(2nd Quarter; April-June)

Provided by: Inn at Pueblo Bonito, SF, NM

Pilgrimage to El Santuario de Chimayo

Pilgrimage to El Sanctuario de Chimayo

Santuario de Chimayo Pilgrimage April 3, 2015

30,000 people from all over the world make pilgrimage to Santuario de Chimayó during Holy Week, earning the reputation of the largest pilgrimage in North America. Some pilgrims seek blessing, others walk for tradition, and others desire the “holy dirt” praying for miraculous cures for themselves or someone who could not make the trip.

Compiled from wikipedia

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Santa Fe Film Festival May 1-4, 2015

Four days of the best in cinematic arts! 14th Annual Santa Fe Film Festival will run a program of over 60 films, panels, juried awards, workshops, and parties.

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Santa Fe Century May 17, 2015

Celebrating 30 years for this ride in 2015! Bicycle over miles of as you travel down the Turquoise Trail, through old mining towns, across mineral rich Mountains, through the Estancia Valley, through the glorious village of Galisteo, and back into scenic Santa Fe!

photo courtesy of century bike ride

photo courtesy of century bike ride

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Civil War Weekend May 2, 3 2015 10 am- 4 pm

*Battlefields & Homefronts New Mexico: The Civil War and More
Experience military drills, camp life, lectures, demonstrations and reenactments
of Civil War battles fought in New Mexico.  View photos of event HERE

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Native Treasures Memorial Day Weekend, May 23-24, 2015

Santa Fe Convention Center

Museum-quality Indian art show and sale with 200+ Native American artists showing. Each artist, specially invited by the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, represents the best and brightest of the Indian art world. In fact, many of the artists at Native Treasures are included in the Museum’s permanent collection.

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2014 Springtime 100Spring Festival and Arts Fiber Fair June 6-7, 2015 10 am- 4 pm

Costumed villagers shearing sheep, fiber arts marketplace, baking bread and more, including animals, games and hands-on activities for kids! At Las Golondrinas. View photos of event HERE

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Summer ArtFeast

June 12-13, 2015 5-8 pm

Edible Art Tour pairs Santa Fe’s top galleries and finest restaurants, BUT you don’t have to do two areas on the same night! Friday is downtown galleries with Saturday focus on Canyon Road.

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Rodeo de Santa Fe an Annual June Event

Rodeo de Santa Fe an Annual June Event

Rodeo de Santa Fe June 18-21 2015, Parade – June 20

65th Rodeo de Santa Fe comes to town June 18 through the 21! This year entertainment will feature Slim Garner along with our Bull fighters Luke Kraut and Clifford Maxwell. There will be more excitement during each performance than you can hold your hat on for! Get ready as heart-pounding, dirt-slinging, action-packed performances from top PRCA rodeo athletes perform at this big time rodeo, with a small town feeling.

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*-*-* Upcoming 3rd Quarter Events to be Aware of as Ticket sales will be available during 2nd Quarter! *-*-*

The Santa Fe Opera July 3 – August 29, 2015

Santa Fe Opera

Santa Fe Opera

From the unlikeliest of beginnings—an opera company located hundreds of miles from any major city, featuring American singers in a wide-ranging and challenging repertory, and treating theatrical and musical values as equally important in its productions—The Santa Fe Opera has grown to become recognized as one of the world’s leading cultural festivals.

Ticket Information HERE

 

Compliments of the Inn at Pueblo Bonito– Santa Fe, NM. Don’t just Stay in Santa Fe…. Experience it!

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Santa Fe International Folk Art Market 2015 is Coming!

Folk Art en Santa Fe

Folk Art en Santa Fe

The World is set to meet in Santa Fe, New Mexico on July 10th, 11, 12th 2015! You are cordially invited to join us and share in this year’s festive events centered around Santa Fe’s 13th Annual International Folk Art Market.

Santa Fe Folk Art Market initially was intended to be a one-time event but is now the largest Folk Art Event of its kind in the world! Since it’s inception in 2002, folk art masters from as many as 80 countries, six continents and as many as 650 vendors show representations of their homeland culture, lures and faith through Folk Art. It is truly one of the most enjoyable, whimsical and interesting of all the markets in Santa Fe! Folk Art is close to overtaking the number one popularity spot of Santa Fe’s Indian Market held August 22-23, 2015 . ONLINE TICKET SALES begin May 1, 2015:

SCHEDULE:

Wednesday, July 8, 2015: Community Celebration in conjunction with St. John’s College Music on the Hill
Time: 5:30 – 8 PM
Place: St. John’s College, Santa Fe -Free to the public!

Friday, July 10, 2015: Market Opening Party   Time: 6:30 – 9 PM
Tickets: $225 ($125 tax deductible)
A global gathering under the stars. Shopping, dancing, international music, food, and drink.

Saturday, July 11, 2015: Early Bird Market  Time: 7:30 – 9 AM
Tickets: $75 (includes all day Saturday)

Saturday, July 11, 2015: Saturday Market  Time: 9 AM – 5 PM
Tickets: $20 (Tickets are only $15 if you buy before June 1)

Sunday, July 12, 2015: Sunday Market / Family Day:  Time: 9 AM – 5 PM
Tickets: $15 (Tickets are only $10 if you buy before June 1)

Youth 16 and under FREE 9 AM – 5 PM Saturday and Sunday

International Folk Art Market visitors are as diverse as the artists themselves! Art collectors, cultural enthusiasts, families, couples and singles of all ages as well as the casually curious find their way to Santa Fe Folk Art Market. Wending ones way under canopy displays boasting vast colors and textures of awe-inspiring art flowing like a smorgasbord of global cultures and backgrounds. A truly one of a kind “time to enjoy” the uniqueness that only historic Santa Fe, New Mexico offers it‘s visitors!

Mata Ortiz black pottery

Mata Ortiz black pottery

Museum Hill -home to the Market- is an ideal location. Plenty of space for art displays and tasty cuisine samples with a background of natural beauty provided by nearby Sangre de Cristo foothills. TICKETS ARE LIMITED AND SELL QUICKLY! Shuttle service for Market is around the corner from our ever popular Pueblo Bonito bed and breakfast inn (downtown Santa Fe). On-site parking, a bountiful breakfast buffet, afternoon tea and WiFi are all provided complimentary to Pueblo Bonito bed and breakfast paying guests. Enchanting historic adobe guest rooms at this b&b are still available with competitive nightly rates to included all freebies stated above! Call now 1-800-461-4599 or BOOK ONLINE   We hope you’ll choose to share this exciting time with us in Santa Fe, New Mexico at the International Folk Art Market 2015!

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Santa Fe New Mexico Area Guide

Compliments of Pueblo Bonito b&b inn

Compliments of Pueblo Bonito b&b inn

Walk from the Santa Fe Bed and Breakfast Pueblo Bonito to the Plaza, Loretto Chapel, State Capitol, and More!

Enjoy our complimentary area guide. Featuring popular Santa Fe attractions and surrounding area daytrip ideas. Our downtown bed and breakfast provides easy walking to all popular attractions including the Plaza, Palace of Governors, Oldest House, San Miguel Mission, Canyon Road, Lensic Performing Arts, Georgia O’Keefe Museum, St Francis Bascillica and much more!

Palace of Goverors- US National Treasure!

Palace of Goverors- US National Treasure!

Bandelier and Pecos National Monuments, Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rock National Park, Native American Pueblos and quaint Northern New Mexico villages are a few exciting adventures waiting to be explored.

Our friendly and professional staff are glad to assist our visitors in planning their Santa Fe visit or provide suggestions on things to do while in New Mexico. Just make a reservation with us and we can be your “go to” people! Our knowledgable staff is ready to create an unforgettable New Mexico vacation experience.

Santa Fe Attractions & Activities:

Northern New Mexico Native American Indian Pueblos:

  • Nambe Pueblo 505-455-2036
  • Picuris Pueblo 505-587-2519
  • Pojoaque Pueblo 505-455-2278
  • San Ildefonso Pueblo 505-455-2273
  • San Juan Pueblo 505-852-4400
  • Santa Clara Pueblo 505-753-7326
  • Taos Pueblo 505-758-9593
  • Tesuque Pueblo 505-983-2667

A Great Blog on daytrips to nearby Native American Pueblos can be seen here:  BLOG!

Unique Attractions:

Miracle Staircase of Loretto Chapel

Miracle Staircase of Loretto Chapel

  • Santa Fe Glow Winter Lights Event at the Botanical Garden at Museum Hill- (505-471-9103) Dazzling and magical light displays; live musical entertainment; hot toddies on Saturday nights.
  • EcoVersity (505-424-9797) Offers hands-on classes in sustainability, natural building, gardening, and renewable energies.
  • Loretto Chapel (505-982-0092) – home to the Miracle Staircase.
  • Rodeo de Santa Fe (505-471-4300) this great June event features Barrel Racing, Calf Roping, Team Roping, Bareback Riding, Saddle Bronc, Steer Wrestling and Bull Riding. Don’t forget Mutton Bustin and the Calf Scramble for the children. Occurs the third weekend each June.
  • Santa Fe Farmers Market (505-983-4098) Every Saturday year round -easy walk from our inn. Fresh produce, handicrafts and delicious food.
  • Santa Fe Fiesta (505-988-7575) Celebration of Santa Fe’s Historic Hispanic culture. Traditions dates back to 1692. Schedule your September Santa Fe vacation.
  • Indian Market (505-983-5220) The world’s largest American-Indian art market, open the third weekend in August.
  • Santa Fe School of Cooking (505-983-4511) Year-round Southwest cooking classes with excellent chefs.
  • Santa Fe Southern Railway (505-989-8600) Train rides from the mission-style Santa Fe Depot to Lamy in vintage railcars.
  • Spanish Market (505-982-2226) Admission is free to this celebration of Santa Fe’s Hispanic culture. Enjoy traditional foods, shop for handcrafted traditional arts from 300 local artists and enjoy wonderful music. Spanish Market takes place the last Saturday and Sunday in June.
  • Santa Fe International Folk Art Market (505-476-1166) The largest international folk market in the country. Second week of July.
  • Santa Fe Wine and Chile Fiesta End of September and is an annual event featuring dozens of wineries and guest chef demonstrations and lots of mouth watering New Mexico chile dishes.

Sports & Recreation:

Annual Bike Ride- Santa Fe Century

Santa Fe Century Bike ride (photo; santafenewmexican)

  • Marty Sanchez Links de Santa Fe (505-955-4400) Municipal golf course for all skill levels. Just off 599 – West of Pueblo Bonito Inn.
  • Nambe Falls & Recreation Area (505-455-4406) Outdoor park with waterfalls, fishing, boating, and hiking on Nambe Pueblo reservation.
  • The Reel Life (877-733-5543) Equipment and guided fishing trips available. One block from Pueblo Bonito.
  • Santa Fe Ski Basin (505-982-4429) 16 miles straight up into the Sangre de Cristos from Pueblo Bonito’s doorstep! Great for downhill skiers, snowboarders and snow shoers.
  • Melo Velo Bicycle Rentals (505-982-8986) On Marcy Street in the downtown area, a few blocks from our inn. Offers bike rentals, tours, and trail drops. Santa Fe is a bicycle friendly city and is the host to Santa Fe Century Bike ride in May.
  • Santa Fe Mountain Sports (505-988-3337) Offers bike rentals.

Tours in New Mexico 

Santa Fe Bandstand a Cultural Summer Event(santafehometownnews)

Santa Fe Bandstand a Cultural Summer Event(santafehometownnews)

  • Ancient Storytellers Tours is a unique, native-owned Organization that is committed to educating visitors about Northern New Mexico and the history of the Pueblo People. Their tours and cultural activities allow visitors to experience a truly educational and realistic view of Pueblo People as contemporary and indigenous people who value their language, culture and homeland.
  • Astronomy Adventures Night Sky Tours (505-577-7141) Learn about the night sky Southwest lore with guided tours for groups of 2-200 people.
  • Custom Tours by Clarice (505-438-7116) Full service event management and open air tram tours.
  • Outspire (505-660-0394) Private, guided hiking or snowshoeing trips along Santa Fe’s forest trails.
  • Pathways Customized Tours (505-982-5382) New Mexican history, culture, art, geology and flora presented in a guided tour.
  • Santa Fe Guiding Company (505-466-7964) Guides and transportation for tours, ecology classes, hiking, skiing, biking and fishing.
  • Santa Fe Mountain Adventures (505-988-4000) Guided hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, fly-fishing and whitewater rafting trips.
  • Wild Earth Llama Adventures (800-758-5262) Day hikes and guided multi-day wilderness treks for all ages and fitness levels.
  • Randall Davey Audubon Center (505) 983-4609 From riverside riparian areas to piñon-juniper woodland, visitors explore different kinds of ecosystems and wildlife.
  • Walk Abouts

Arts & Culture

  • Art Adventures in the Southwest (505-986-1108) Personalized 3-hour outdoor art classes for all levels, with art materials supplied.
  • Center for Contemporary Arts (505-982-1338) Arts organization that presents contemporary artists in a 5,000-sqaure-foot exhibition space.
  • Palace of the Governors (505-476-5100) Deemed an official National Treasure circa 1610, this Southwest history museum is a must see–walking distance from Pueblo Bonito!

    Santa Fe Opera

    Santa Fe Opera Tours and Performances

  • Santa Fe Museum of Fine Arts (505-827-4455) Exhibits Southwest artists, including Ansel Adams, Alfred Stieglitz and Georgia O’Keefe.
  • Santa Fe Opera (800-280-4654) World-renowned amphitheater with productions running June-August. Shuttle pick up one block from our lodging.
  • SITE Santa Fe (505-989-1199) Contemporary arts organization exhibiting local, national, and international art. 3 blocks from us.
  • Shidoni Foundry and Galleries in the Village of Tesuque (505-988-8001) One of the greatest resources available for art collectors and sculptors. Five miles north of our inn.
  • Aspen Santa Fe Ballet at the Lensic Performing Arts Center – short stroll from our bed and breakfast.

 

 

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Santa Fe Annual Events 2015 New Mexico

SANTA FE ANNUAL EVENTS 2015 Things to Do and See  Santa Fe New Mexico Travel

(1st Quarter – January, February, March New Mexico Travel)

Provided by: Pueblo Bonito bed and breakfast inn

Ski Santa Fe– February thru Easter weekend!  All ages, ability who love the outdoors, great skiing and snowboarding, all in a friendly, professionally run ski basin (selected as one of the most affordable in the US)- come enjoy Santa Fe Ski Basin! Just 16 miles north of Pueblo Bonito bed and breakfast inn in downtown Santa Fe. Great rates starting at $89+ in February at the Inn!Yellow Skier

Lensic Performing Arts- Dates through March: List of performances please click here. Such a lovely venue- The Lensic Theatre- a renovated theatre from yesteryear to enjoy some highly acclaimed performances to enhance your Santa Fe travel in February, March or any season of the year!

Valentines Day/Presidents Day Weekend: Feb 14-16, 2015- Santa Fe is always an enjoyed romantic getaway- why not make it yours this Valentines day? Pueblo Bonito bed and breakfast inn Valentines Day package begins at $129+ to include: in-room kiva fireplace, private bath, historic adobe pueblo ambiance, inviting hospitality and the best Breakfast Tamales you’ve ever tasted! This valentines day specials displayed here.

Romantic historic adobe Santa Fe accomodations.

Old World romance Pueblo Bonito inn- Santa Fe, NM.

Winter ARTFeast February 20– 22, 2015:

Friday  February 20: “It’s 5 O’Clock Somewhere – Jazz, Classic Cocktails & Designs by Patricia Michaels Hearty Appetizers by Walter Burke Catering Tickets $75 Purchase Tickets

Saturday, February 21, 6 pm Step Up to the Plate Gala Dinner, Paint-Out & Auction Three courses by Adobo Catering, Paired with Select Fine Wines And a dessert bar to die for! Tickets $175    Dinner Menu    Purchase Tickets

Saturday & Sunday, February 21-22 Art of Home Tour  12 Dream Residences in Santa Fe and Santa Fe County Free Admission!!

Santa Fe Restaurant Week: February 22 -March 1, 2015.  Specials for lunch and dinners served at participating restaurants in downtown and around Santa Fe. Combine this cost saving item with Pueblo Bonito bed and breakfast February special and enjoy Santa Fe on a budget!!  HSpring Break Santa Fe: US Spring Break dates differ dependent upon what area of the country you reside. Santa Fe is always a great option and offers so much for Spring Break Travelers interested in exploring the historic Southwest. Driving to the Grand Canyon? Spend sometime in Santa Fe! Love to hike, ski, explore ancient Indian dwellings? Santa Fe is the place! All ages, cultural backgrounds, interests can easily  be stimulated with a Spring Break to Santa fe and Pueblo Bonito Inn. Make plans now for a Santa Fe Spring Break you’ll always remember! 1-800-461-4599

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