Join Ranger Mike in learning about outdoor cooking. What is an horno? How did the soldiers cook their meals while out on patrol? Explore cooking styles of the New Mexico past. Demonstration and ranger interaction included in general admission.
Los Luceros Historic Site will extend its hours from sunrise to sunset on the first Sunday of each month. During this time, entrance into Los Luceros will be FREE for New Mexico residents and includes access to the site’s visitor center, historic buildings, trails, and picnic areas.
During this free-admission mammal-themed day at Los Luceros Historic Site, you’ll enjoy a tour of their grounds, make arts and crafts, and you’ll have an opportunity to join New Mexico Department of Game and Fish to learn about local mammals.
Join us at the museum on the FREE SUNDAY for June for our Family Mornings at Folk Art program featuring storytime, art activity, and explorations in the galleries. FREE Family Program with Free museum admission included
Come and see the dynamic Lion Dance performances by the Quang Minh Buddhist Temple Youth Group of Albuquerque.
Performances at 1 pm and 2 pm. FREE admission for all New Mexico residents.
We had to cancel our annual Lunar New Year event this February with the Lion Dancers, so we are inviting them back to celebrate the start of summer.
The in person hands-on Art activity program is back! Register to sign up for our June 2022 fun & exciting activities! Event Address: Museum of Indian Arts & Culture, 710 Camino Lejo - Museum Hill, Santa Fe, NM 87505 Contact us: Sally Dillon - firstname.lastname@example.org
The Friends of Folk Art presents the 11th Annual Folk Art Flea! This year’s Flea will be the largest and most diverse in its history and will be in a spacious new location to accommodate folk art from around the world. The Flea will take place at the Santa Fe County Fairgrounds, 3229 Rodeo Drive. Admission is free.
Join us for a FREE film night featurring A Letter to Momo at the Santa Fe Railyard in collaboration with AMP Concerts. This movie is presented in conjunction with the exhibit, Yokai: Monsters and Demons of Japan. Smokin’ Bachi (also known as Santa Fe Wadaiko) will perform Japanese Taiko drumming at 7 pm before the film.
Visit the Folk Art Museum to experience the exciting Yokai exhibit that includes a Japanese ghost house.
Watch expert Sheep-shearer Kerry shear Los Luceros Historic Site’s sheep using traditional shears and observe how Espanola Fiber Arts skirt the wool to clean and choose the best wool for weaving. Additionally, we will be holding a Ranger Talk on the history of Churro sheep in New Mexico at 11 am and creating some Churro sheep crafts! This event is included in site admission: $7 adult, children 16 and under are free!
The 35th Annual Festival Flamenco Alburquerque is returning to the Duke City from June 11-18, and the National Hispanic Cultural Center (NHCC) is the place to be for several unique shows and incredible performances.
“Chocolate: The Exhibition” is nearly ready to open at the New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science (NMMNHS), and we will have a few new treats for you to explore once it does.
Celebrate Midsummer and make your own flower crown!
Drop in anytime between 11 am – 2pm to create a flower crown and learn more about this Scandinavian summer solstice tradition.
FREE with Museum Admission
Jun 19, 2022
In Search of Domínguez and Escalante Closing Reception
New Mexico History Museum
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Please join the New Mexico History Museum as we bring our exhibition In Search of Domínguez and Escalante to a close with free admission and a reception on Sunday, June 19, 2022. Lite refeshments will be served in our courtyard from 2-4pm.
Join us for an enchanted evening of magic, music, spirits and savories at the Museum of International Folk Art (MOIFA) on Milner Plaza.
The event will feature Scandinavian songs and medieval ballads by Scott and Johanna Hongell-Darsee, Scandinavian-inspired hors d’oeuvres by Walter Burke Catering, a specialty aquavit cocktail, wine and beer, flower crown decorations, and Midsummer-related surprises.
Presented in conjunction with the current exhibition, Dressing with Purpose: Belonging and Resistance in Scandinavia. The exhibition and the Museum Shop will be open for you to enjoy.
The National Hispanic Cultural Center (NHCC) is thrilled to announce the grand opening of its New Mexico Mutual Welcome Center on June 24!
Join Ranger Flo and come get dirty as you learn the traditional art of making adobe bricks. Learn how the fort was built, how long adobe has been used in New Mexico, and how we work to preserve the ruins today. Demonstration and ranger interaction included in general admission.
For all our upcoming events at MOIFA visit https://moifa.org/events/