Join Manager Matthew Barbour and explore the history and significance of rabbit hunting by indigenous peoples in New Mexico. Lean how you can hold your hunt and cook the iconic black-tailed jackrabbit pueblo-style. For this program and many more, visit www.nmhistoricsites.org/traditions.
Please join Cathleen D. Cahill, Associate Professor, Pennsylvania State University as she shares with us powerful stories of a multiracial group of activists who propelled the national suffrage movement toward a more inclusive vision of equal rights.
The FB event is here: https://www.facebook.com/events/707607819860838
As part of the New Mexico Historic Sites series NM Traditions: Winter Edition, join Instructional Coordinator Alexandra in learning about the history of this beautiful holiday tradition and learn how to make your own holiday display at home.
Dec 9, 2020
Amabie, the Yokai that Wards off Epidemics, and How it Went Viral in 2020.
Museum of International Folk Art
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Talk by Zack Davisson, award-winning author, lecturer, and scholar of Japanese monsters, ghosts, and manga.
In conjunction with the on-line exhibit, Yokai: Ghosts and Demons of Japan.
Meeting ID: 988 9732 4056
Decorate Jemez Historic Site for the holidays virtually! This year, Light among the Ruins: The Game is being made available online. Place your farolitos and explore the site in the popular game designed by students at New Mexico Highlands University. For this program and many more, visit www.nmhistoricsites.org/traditions.
Now in its 38th year, Santa Fe’s beloved Christmas at the Palace brings communities together for an evening of hot cider, cookies, live music, a chance to operate an antique printing press, old fashioned activities, and a visit from Mr. and Mrs. Claus -- all in the legendary magic of the Palace of the Governors and Courtyard. A free, family event. *Enter through the Palace of the Governors at: 105 W. Palace Ave.
(Donations of non-perishable food welcomed.)
The History Museum will close at 3 p.m. to prepare for this free public event.
Enjoy the fabulous and multicultural history of New Mexico’s holiday traditions! This festive program features 6 short documentaries that were created for the exhibition Música Buena: Hispano Folk Music of New Mexico (in the Hispanic Heritage Wing at MOIFA) and the concurrent Música Buena exhibition in the WoW Van.
Watch the Premiere on the Museum of International Folk Art Museum Facebook page: facebook.com/InternationalFolkArt
Celebrated around the world, Las Posadas recreates Mary and Joseph’s search for a place of shelter in the days leading up to the birth of Jesus. This historic Hispanic version is presented by volunteers from a number of northern New Mexico communities. The candle-lit procession will begin in the Santa Fe Plaza and conclude on the Portal of the Palace of the Governors. The public is invited to stay for carols, cookies, and hot cider after the pageant.
The History Museum will close at 3pm to prepare for this free public event.
Dec 13, 2020
VIRTUAL EVENT--Nacimiento Open House with J. Paul Taylor
Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Join us for a fascinating afternoon viewing some of Mr. Taylor’s collection of nacimientos from all over the world. The Friends of the Taylor Family Monument and New Mexico Historic Sites have partnered to continue this holiday tradition virtually for 2020.
Join us on Sunday, December 13th at 10am for our free virtual Family Mornings Zoom program. The December theme is "Celebrations". The Zoom program will include Story Time and ‘Show-and-Tell’ Time for the children to share their Art.
Art project will rely on materials available at home, we will email you the activity sheet for this month’s project.
Register for the Family Morning Zoom meeting Here: https://forms.gle/rMVutXAd3yxBhMF4A
By registering, you are consenting to your child being on camera and audio throughout the duration of the program.
Take in some authentic traditional baking with Jemez Pueblo Tribal Member and New Mexico Historic Sites Ranger Brenda Tafoya as she demonstrates one of many seasonal favorites by the Tafoya Family. For this program and many more, visit www.nmhistoricsites.org/traditions.
Join Instructional Coordinator Marlon Magdalena and the Seasonal Dance Group from the Pueblo of Jemez in a celebration of the winter holiday season. Marlon will be performing a short concert using his Native wooden flutes and the Seasonal Dance Group will perform a traditional Buffalo Dance. For this program and many more, visit www.nmhistoricsites.org/traditions.
Children of all ages join Friends of Coronado & Jemez Historic Sites docent and researcher Deborah Ellis as she reads the award-winning children’s book: Fry Bread: A Native American Family Story, by author Kevin Noble Maillard with pictures by (illustrator) Juana Martinez – Neal. As you listen to the story you will learn of the texture, shape, smell and history of fry bread, and why it is an important symbol of Native American culture. For this program and many more, visit www.nmhistoricsites.org/traditions.