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While you are living or visiting the great State of New Mexico, you can enjoy the wonder and magic of internationally renowned events,

attracting more than half a million visitors a year and covering a full spectrum of cultures & interests. Instead of walking in a theme

park full of "make-believe" frontier towns, visit the places that made the "old west" famous throughout New Mexico and the United

States. Travel along the Santa Fe trails, Visit the sites of Ancient Clovis Man, Prospect like the old days or just enjoy the sky at night

as our 100% guaranteed to astonish light show of visible planets and stars.

New Mexico truly offers a venue for everyone!

Albuquerque Wine Festival

Memorial Day weekend

Balloon Fiesta Park, Albuquerque, NM.

The La Salle Christian Brothers started the wine tradition in 1872. The Brothers were part of a Catholic teaching order, which arrived in

Bernalillo in hopes of establishing a high school. The St. Nicholas School for Boys and a farm was built on lands donated by the

prominent Perea family, across from Our Lady of Sorrows Catholic Church.

The La France Winery was the only winery in New Mexico allowed to remain open during prohibition; the winery produced sacramental

wine for all of the Catholic churches in the State of New Mexico.

One of the original New Mexico wine festivals north of Albuquerque, the historic town of Bernalillo is host to the biggest wine festival in

the state. With an overabundance of great music, arts and crafts, and wine, wine, wine from a wide variety of New Mexico wineries.

Free wine tasting and wine is available for purchase by the glass, bottle, or case for all those with proper i.d.

The New Mexico Wine Festival at Bernalillo is the premier wine festival of the Southwest!

Roswell UFO Festival

Roswell, NM.

July Fourth weekend.

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Many decades ago from a Galaxy far, far away, Aliens decided they would make a "Pit-Stop" in New Mexico and check out the stars to

get directions back home. Unfortunately for them, they blew a tire or circuit or something and crashed somewhere near the town of

Roswell where the Military scooped them up and carried them away forever. To this day "True-Believers" still flock to this destination in

the desert to look for any signs of Alien activity or Government UFO experiments.

In early July, 1947, a mysterious object crashed on a ranch near Roswell, NM. The Roswell Army Air Field issued a statement claiming

to have recovered a crashed "flying disk." in a front page article in the Roswell Daily Record. The next day, RAAF changed the statement

to say that the object was a weather balloon, not a flying disk as previously reported.

The controversy has continued to be a topic of debate ever since.

The City of Roswell invites UFO enthusiasts and skeptics from every lifestyle to join in the celebration of one of the most debated

incidents in history. This four-day event features guest speakers, authors, live entertainment, a costume contest, parade and plenty of

Family friendly activities.

Roswell UFO Festival

Phone 1-888-ROS-FEST

Santa Fe International Folk Art Market

No, this is not Woodstock or some crazy "Hippie Jam Fest" you heard about, this is the "real-deal" for artists and enthusiasts of Folk


The Santa Fe International Folk Art Market started in 2003 as the "Focus Folk Art," at The Clay Angel pottery store in Santa Fe.

With more than 200 artists taking part in this annual event, displaying and selling their work on the Santa Fe Plaza, this unique setting

has provided a place for Folk Artist throughout the world to present their craft to an enthusiastic and appreciative public.

Now a major attraction & juried show, The Santa Fe International Folk Art Market has become the country's largest venue for

authentic, quality international folk art and a major international force in the cultural and economic sustainability of folk artists, with

quality and authenticity guaranteed.

Art forms featured at the market include altar screens, basketry, bone work, carved figures of saints, retablos, colcha embroidery,

furniture, hide paintings, ironwork, leatherwork, pottery, precious metals, ramiiletes or paper garlands, straw appliqué, and tin work.


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