May 232012
 
Family Entertainment at 37th Annual Old Fort Days Centennial Celebration

Share It!Family Entertainment at 37th Annual Old Fort Days Centennial Celebration Fort Sumner, New Mexico Bring the entire family for a wonderful day trip or weekend outing to Fort Sumner, New Mexico and enjoy the happenings of Old Fort Days Centennial Celebration on June 6-9, 2012.   “The sleepy little village with a shady little past” prides itself as the burial place of Billy the Kid and the Old Fort Days activities which center around the famous outlaw of the early 1900’s. Friday, June 8th  , The Kid’s Day, will feature [Read More]

May 082012
 
Santa Fe Designer Walks the Camino de Santiago

Share It!On April 27th, 2012, Kris Lajeskie embarked on an adventure of a lifetime…walking one of the great pilgrimages on this planet – the Camino de Santiago in northern Spain.  (500 miles – 33 days – 20 lbs on her back)    All Roads lead to Santiago de Compostela  Also called Saint James Way, popular tradition has it that the Apostle James preached in Spain (before he was beheaded by Herod in Jerusalem), and his disciples brought his body back to Spain by boat.  As early as the 9th century [Read More]

May 022012
 
Pueblo Peoples on the Pajarito Plateau: Archaeology and Efficiency

Share It!Friends of Coronado State Monument Lecture Series Pueblo Peoples on the Pajarito Plateau: Archaeology and Efficiency Who:  Dr. David E. Stuart is a professor of anthropology at the University of New Mexico and award-winning author and lecturer. His publications include: "Prehistoric New Mexico" (1981), "The Magic of Bandelier National Monument" (1989), "Anasazi America" (2000), and "The Ancient Southwest" (2008). Synopsys:  Dr. Stuart's talk, "Pueblo Peoples on the Pajarito Plateau: Archaeology and Efficiency," will be about the people who lived in Chaco Canyon. The society that existed in Chaco Canyon was [Read More]

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