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Conde Nast - Santa Fe a Top Travel City

Ski Apache Opens for 50th Season with November Opening
Season-Long Special Events and new Flaik GPS Tracking

Ski Area Openings New Mexico 2011

Albuquerque, New Mexico’s Seasonal Favorites Delight Guests

New Mexico Museum of Art - Past, Present, Future
Three New Mexico Photographers

47 Stars
The New Mexico History Museum Celebrates the Centennial

The 2012 Brainpower & Brownbags Lecture Series Takes on a Centennial Theme

Celebrate a Traditional New Mexico Christmas
New Mexico State Monuments Light the Way

Santa Fe Harvest Festival to Premier November 1– 23, 2011

Gila Cliff Dwellings to be Temporarily Closed

Cruising Historic Route 66

Michael Hearne’s Big Barndance Music Festival - Taos

Calling All Damsels and Knights of the Artist Realm
40th Annual Renaissance ArtsFaire November 5 & 6, 2011
Las Cruces, New Mexico

Rio Grande Theatre’s “Every Other Tuesday” welcomes Tucson Artist ~ Namoli Brennet

Summer 2011

“Color Las Cruces” Paints the Town En Plein Air - Las Cruces

New Mexico Museum of Art ~ New Native Photography, 2011

Free Friday Evenings at the NM History Museum, Santa Fe

Win a Cowboy Vacation in Northeast New Mexico

Sunset Strolls Through White Sands National Monument

New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science Presents- Emergence: A New View of Life's Origin.

Michael Martin Murphey in concert under the stars

Comb the Catwalk

ABQ BioPark Stays Open Late for "Zooper Wednesdays"

Santa Fe's Indian Market

Silver City's Mimbres Region Arts Council Brings Back Pickamania!

Santa Fe Events and Attractions Unaffected by Las Conchas Fire

Santa Fe Opera

Cochiti Pueblo Potter Virgil Ortiz Displays Spin on Tradition with New Clay Works Series: Vertigo

Just Paint: A one person show by Melinda K. Hall Opens 8/05/11

Celebrate the 40th Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta with a free vacation

Santa Fe Mountain Man Trade Fair - Learn the old-time tricks of living off the land

Homespun: Northern New Mexico Spinning and Weaving Techniques

2011 Clovis Music Festival Tickets!

Meyer East Gallery ~ Jacob A. Pfeiffer opens: Metaphorically Speaking ~ Recent Still Lifes

Pre 2011

Aldo Leopold Film Festival to be Held at WNMU in September
Mimbres / Silver City, New Mexico) The public is invited to attend a free film festival hosted by the Gila National Forest, National Park Service, Western New Mexico University, and the Western National Parks Association in recognition of the centennial celebration of Aldo Leopold’s beginning his work in the Southwest with the U.S. Forest Service. The film showing is scheduled for the evenings of September 25 and 26 at the WNMU Global Resource Auditorium Center.

Hummingbird Festival Attracts Birds-of-a-Feather to Lake Roberts
(Silver City, New Mexico) Even experienced birders toting binoculars and spotting scopes with checklists a mile long find fauna-filled New Mexico exciting, offering some of the finest bird-watching spots in the world, featuring hundreds of resident and migrating species.

Mountainair Sunflower Festival Call for Artists
(Mountainair, New Mexico) Now is the time for artists to make plans for Sunflower Festival.

The First Annual Taos Mountain Motorcycle Rally & Music Festival
(Taos, New Mexico) The First Annual Taos Mountain Motorcycle Rally & Music Festival, July 10-12, 2009, will be the largest event in Northern New Mexico!

Gila Cliff Dwellings Announces No Fee Weekends This Summer
(Silver City, New Mexico) America’s Best Idea – the national parks – gets even better this summer…it’s free! We’re inviting you to come by for a visit, to relax, to learn a little bit about this great nation…and to just have some fun.

Toast of Taos 2009, a Southwest Culinary, Art Celebration
(Taos, New Mexico) Taos, New Mexico will once again offer a true feast for the senses when art galleries, restaurants, vintners of the Southwest and incredible scenery join forces during the fourth annual Toast of Taos festival July 2-11, 2009.

Inn and Spa at Loretto Hits High Notes with ‘Le Tailgate at the Santa Fe Opera’ Package
(Santa Fe, NM) Upscale accommodations, gourmet tailgate picnic, and renown opera talent delight in the high desert.   Home to one of the world’s most beloved opera companies, Santa Fe is among the 2009 Top 10 Destinations for Music Lovers chosen by Frommer’s and Opera News.

Acoma Sky City Named National Trust Historic Site
(Acoma Sky City, New Mexico) Owners of Oldest Continuously Inhabited Community in North America Enters Into Cooperative Agreement with National Trust.  Sixty miles west of Albuquerque, atop a sheer-walled, 370-foot sandstone mesa, Acoma Sky City has remained suspended in time for hundreds of years. With an eye toward the future, North America’s oldest continuously inhabited community in North America, Acoma Sky City is now the 28th National Trust Historic Site, named by the National Trust.

Golfing in Taos and Vicinity
(Taos, New Mexico) Whether you visit Taos to ski, shop, go rafting, visit art galleries, or immerse yourself in the singular tri-cultural ambiance of northern New Mexico, don't forget your golf clubs!  Three golf resorts provide very different experiences from March through October.  During March and April, it is actually possible to ski in the morning and play nine or eighteen holes in the afternoon.

Hiking in Taos County
(Taos, New Mexico)
One of the most exhilarating ways to explore the northern New Mexican scenery is by foot.  Within an hour of Taos are more than fifth hiking trails, mostly within the Carson National Forest, with others along the canyon of the Rio Grande River. Santa Fe-Taos Hiking Guide by Bob D'Antonio (Westcliffe Publishers, 2004), is an excellent resource, as are maps published by the U.S. Geological Service and the Bureau of Land Management.

Whitewater Rafting in Taos County
(Taos, New Mexico) As powder draws skiers from miles away to Taos Mountain in the winter, the word 'whitewater' attracts rafting enthusiasts in the spring. In Taos County, the Rio Grande River offers some of the Southwest's most thrilling spring and summer outdoor recreation. One 48-mile section that includes the 'Taos Box,' has rapids as challenging as any river runner might desire.

How a Visit to Santa Fe New Mexico Just Might Change Your Life
No matter where in the world I travel – from Amsterdam to Tasmania – when I say I’m from Santa Fe, people light up with recognition of the name. Some have visited here and seen first hand our unique Pueblo-style architecture, visited some of our more than 200 art galleries, wandered our meandering, European-like lanes, delighted in our multi-cultural festivals, skied or hiked our mountains, eaten green chili, and experienced the quality of the light made famous by generations of artists.

Taos Is Where the Heart Stays
(Taos, New Mexico) It's happened to people you know. They visit Taos to ski or raft the Rio Grande. Next year they're back looking at land. Just a little property, they tell you, something for an investment, the prices are quite reasonable now. Next thing you know they've built a house-maybe just a little house, a ski cabin-or maybe an adobe mansion. What is it about Taos, New Mexico, that calls us so seductively?

New Mexico: it’s too personal to me
I can’t explain to you how the stars look here or make me feel, or that they are so close that you can reach out and take one home with you. I cannot accurately describe the crisp, clear, cold mountain water; how it tastes, how it feels. The absolute ultimate thrill of jumping in a mountain pool and losing near all feeling until your senses return and rejoice in what you have done. I cannot describe the gentle yarrow growing on top of Wheeler Peak as it stands our highest crown in all its majestic beauty.

The Rio Grande Gorge and the Geology that Formed It
(Taos, New Mexico) Spanish conquistadores discovered the mouth of the Rio Grande River in 1519.  In the next 100 years they founded some of the earliest North American settlements along its banks.  These explorers named the river El Río Grande, or 'the Great River.'  However, it has been called many other names. 

New Mexico - It’s better on a bike!
Whether you are an experienced cyclist or you haven’t been on a bike since you were eleven years old, you will thoroughly enjoy biking in New Mexico. From the high desert plains to winding mountain roads, New Mexico offers a myriad of choices for the cycling enthusiast.

The Tao of Taos Pueblo
(Taos, New Mexico) In Chinese philosophy, the tao is the natural process through which all things change, a process necessary to a harmonious life. Taoism is a mystical sixth-century B.C. philosophy that Confucians adopted as the path of virtuous conduct. In the Tiwa language of Taos Pueblo, however, tao means 'to or toward the village.' Are the two words related?

2007 - The Year of O'Keeffe
(Santa Fe, New Mexico) - On March 29, 2006, the City Council of Santa Fe passed Resolution No. 40, declaring 2007 the Year of Georgia O’Keeffe.

Recreational Bike Ride ‘Tour of the Nations’ Travels Indian Country
(Gallup, New Mexico) Adventure Gallup & Beyond is offering a remarkable behind-the-scenes look at a landscape most of New Mexico’s visitors would love to see via the first-ever Tour of the Nations Recreational Bike Tour August 5-10, 2007. 

Billy the Kid Trail Ride Retraces Historic Escape
(Fort Sumner, New Mexico) Get a hands-on, seat-in-the-saddle look at New Mexico’s Western heritage up close and personal as a participant in the sixth annual Billy the Kid Trail Ride April 21-28, 2007.

Annual Bataan Memorial Death March at White Sands
(White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico) Each spring military and civilian runners, hikers and walkers converge at White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico to share blisters, sore muscles and total exhaustion as they pay tribute to the soldiers who suffered one of the most infamous episodes of World War II, the Bataan Death March.

Gila Cliff Dwellings Announces Start of Centennial Events
(April, 2007) On November 16, 1907, Teddy Roosevelt signed the proclamation that forever recognized the “group of cliff-dwellings known as the Gila Hot Springs Cliff-Houses” as a national monument being “of exceptional scientific and educational interest…as the best representative of the Cliff-Dwellers’ remains of that region.” (

Silver City’s Tour of the Gila to Honor Sen. Ben D. Altamirano
(Silver City, New Mexico) Regarded as one of the tougher stage races in North America, the annual Tour of the Gila, May 2-6, 2007, will this year honor New Mexico State Senator Ben Altamirano. 

Otero Mesa, New Mexico’s Serengeti, Site of Earth Day Outing
Nestled in south-central New Mexico, Otero Mesa, stretching over 1.2 million acres, is the largest Chihuahuan Desert grassland left on public lands in America.


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