August 2018

Found 6 blog entries for August 2018.

As summer quickly comes to an end, September is here to save the day. Fall is quickly approaching and there are still so many fun outdoor activities you can do. With Wine & Chile, Green Chile Cheeseburger Smackdown, Chairlift rides and so much more there are endless activities for everyday of September!

Santa Fe Wine & Chile Fiesta
Fiesta Fine Arts & Crafts Market 
Green Chile Cheeseburger Smackdown
Renaissance Fair 
Santa Fe Thunder Race - Half Marathon
Ultra Santa Fe 
Outside Bike & Brew Festival 
U - Pick Lavender Days
Shakespeare In The Garden - A Midsummers Night's Dream
Savor - Cuban Street Music
Wilderness Acts: Art in Nature
Doggie Dip 2018
The Wild Marimbas
Annual New Mexico Railroad History Celebration Weekend
Buenofest
Santa Fe Vintage Car Club Plaza

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A yearly Santa Fe event you will not want to miss. A Pre-Fiestas tradition in its 94th year, Zozobra brings all of New Mexico together for one night. We burn our troubles away as Old Man Gloom and all of his theatrics burn to the ground. Friday the 31st rain or shine, tickets can be found on burnzozobra.com

 A little history about Zozobra, William Schuster Jr. first created Zozo in 1924 in his backyard as he was inspired by the Holy Week celebrations of the Yaqui Indians of Mexico. Schuster himself personally oversaw the work that went into Zozobra up until 1964 when he gave the Kiwanis club his blessing to take it over for him.

Old Man Gloom is a evil monster who was created to be burned. He brings upon feelings of doom and gloom. Put on by the

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When it comes to coffee shops, Santa Fe has many options. It can hard to decide where your perfect coffee or espresso is. Whether you are looking for an art-filled atmosphere, a relaxed book lovers oasis or maybe you are in search for amazing pastries and lunch time snacks, Santa Fe has it. Here are just a few of the best spots in Santa Fe to enjoy a cup of joe, let us know your favorite!

Iconik Coffee
35 Degrees North
Java Joe's 
Ohori's Coffee 
Caveman Coffee
Downtown Subscriptions 
Sky Coffee
Counter Culture
Betterday Coffee & Kitchen 
Travel Bug

Iconik Coffee 

1600 Lena St
314 S Guadalupe St
A coffee lovers haven, on site roasted coffee from an array of farmers around the world, and of course homemade treats, fresh salads and yummy sandwiches.

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Taos Gorge

Whether you are new to Santa Fe or have lived here your whole life, day trips are always fun. You can have an adventurous day or a relaxing day at the spa, learn about the Taos Pueblos and experience a beautiful oasis with scenic views and sunsets. New Mexico offers a diverse variety of activities, so get out, explore and enjoy! Here are just a few ideas to get you out there... 

Ojo Caliente
Taos Day Trips 
Bandelier National Monument
Ghost Ranch 
El Rancho De Las Golondrinas
New Mexico Scenic Wine Tour
Pecos 

Ojo Caliente

50 Los Banos Dr
888.939.0007
If you are looking for a spa day get away, check out Ojo Caliente. It is far enough that you feel like you are on a getaway vacation but close enough to make it a day trip. Relax and soak in

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For those who love beer and amazing food Santa Fe has it all! From stalwarts like Second Street Brewery to newer breweries such as Rowley's Farmhouse Ales. Brewing in Santa fe has become a serious business and for beer lovers this is great news. With so many breweries to choose from it can be hard to pick one so we suggest trying them all! With new breweries and taprooms opening we're bound to have missed a few. Tell us your favorites!

Second Street Brewery
New Mexico Hard Cider Taproom
Duel Brewery
Santa Fe Brewing Company
Rowley's Farmhouse Ales
Chili Line Brewing Company
Blue Corn Cafe & Brewery
Tumbleroot Brewery & Distillery
Desert Dogs Brewery & Cider 

Second Street Brewery

1607 Paseo De Peralta, Santa Fe
1814 2nd St, Santa Fe
2920 Rufina St,

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 From Ghost tours to Food tours, this August Santa Fe has so much to offer. Explore Las Golondrinas or walk downtown and enjoy restaurants and wine. Spend a relaxing morning doing yoga in the Botanical Gardens or make it a spa day at the Eldorado hotel. So much to do and only so many days in August, and don’t forget to get the best local produce at the Farmers Market!

 

Breakfast with O’Keeffe: Climate and Gardening in the Southwest
Food of the Gods Chocolate Immersion Workshop
La Fonda Art & History Tours
Santa Fe Farmers Market - Wednesday 
Ghost Tour: The Dark Side of Santa Fe 
I Sleep in a Garden of 100 Dresses 
‘Land and Light Observation Meditation’ 
Santa Fe Desert Chorale: The New World 
Sunset in the Garden Concert Series 
Entreflamenco

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