Santa Fe Farmers Market
Sat, Aug 2 2014, 7:00
- 12:00 PM
The Santa Fe Farmers' Market is open year-round on Saturdays and until November 5th on Tuesdays in the heart of the Santa Fe Railyard. Get your fresh vegetables, fruits, eggs, milk, cheeses, meats, baked goods, chile, teas, herbs, original crafts, body care products, and much moreǃ The Market also features live music, a breakfast/lunch concession, a cooking and gardening gift shop, and exciting special events.
Aug 5, 8:00 AM
, Aug 9, 7:00 AM
, Aug 12, 8:00 AM
, Aug 16, 7:00 AM
, Aug 19, 8:00 AM
, Aug 23, 7:00 AM
, Aug 26, 8:00 AM
, Aug 30, 7:00 AM
Sep 2, 8:00 AM
1607 Paseo de Peralta
Farmers' Markets in the Santa Fe RailyardSaturdays 7am-noon June through September, and 8am - 1pm October through April and Tuesdays 7 am-noon, May-November
Visit the Santa Fe Farmers' Market for a celebration of Northern New Mexico's unique culture and history. In addition to great produce, baked goods, jams, and other locally grown foods, the market features crafts, herbal products, soaps, and other great gifts made from local agricultural products. The Market also features live music, kids activities, and special events throughout the year. Enjoy a hot cup of coffee, pastry, and breakfast burrito at our concession stand as you experience this 40 year old local institution.
Also, the Railyard Artisans Market in the Santa Fe Farmers' Market Pavilion, Every Sunday, 10am-4pm.
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James Kelly Contemporary's program is based on exhibiting established and emerging post-war artists from the United States and Europe. The gallery is unique in the Southwest region in its ability to mount museum quality shows by international artists. At the same time, James Kelly Contemporary benefits from its deep ties to the region.
The Gallery was established in 1997 in a renovated warehouse directly across from SITE Santa Fe and has been the leader in developing the Railyard District into a center for contemporary art in Santa Fe.
WHEN: June 28, 2014
Santa Fe celebrates gay pride with a series of parties, dances, fundraisers and soirees throughout the city, as well as a parade and festival that winds its way to Railyard Park.
A nonprofit educational organization created to fund, build and manage a permanent farmers' market building in the Railyard; implement programs to promote agriculture and other land based traditions in northern New Mexico; and educate consumers about the cultural, nutritional and economic benefits of buying locally produced food and agricultural products.
Specialty hand-crafted beer brewed on-site here in Santa Fe paired with creative American cuisine in a casual-urban, friendly environment. Check out our live music! Amenities: Entertainment
SITE Santa Fe is a private not-for-profit contemporary arts organization committed to enriching the cultural atmosphere in Santa Fe, New Mexico, by providing an ongoing venue for regional, national, and international exhibitions and interdisciplinary programs.
TAI Gallery offers Japanese bamboo baskets and sculpture including antique baskets; antique textiles mainly from Indonesia, India and Africa; and contemporary Japanese photography.
WHEN: Saturdays: 8AM -1PM
The Santa Fe Farmers' Market has grown to become recognized as one of the world's largest farmers markets - certainly the most unique & funǃ.
Saturdays, Beginning March 1st, 8:00 am to 1:00 pm at the RAILYARD next to the Farmer's Market. Enjoy fine art and crafts from local, juried artists. Find pottery, jewelry, paintings, photography, sculpture, furniture, textiles and more! $1.00 underground parking next to REI. www.santafeartistsmarket.com 505-310-1555
EVOKE CONTEMPORARY | provocative + compelling art of international acclaim
Experience the creative spirit and rhythm of Santa Fe in the Railyard Arts District with a riveting line up of events and exhibitions. All events open on the Last Friday of each month along with the celebrated Last Friday Art Walks in the Railyard Arts District.
EVOKE Contemporary and the Railyard Arts District has grown and evolved to becoming one of the most prestigious art destinations for art collectors worldwide. The deep-rooted history and culture of Santa Fe is preserved and celebrated in the Railyard Arts District through a diverse array of museums, galleries and culinary destinations that should be on top of your must-visit soon list.
Ceramic Art Center:
Housed in a 10,000 square foot warehouse in the Railyard, we have a full ceramic supply business, a gallery representing the national field in ceramics, and an educational/studio facility offering classes and workshops for children through adults, beginners through professionals. A rare combination under one roof!
Railyard Performance Center
David Richard Gallery is located in the Santa Fe Railyard Arts District and specializes in post-war abstract art including Abstract Expressionism, Color Field, geometric, hard-edged, Op, Pop, Minimalism and conceptualism in a variety of media. Featuring both historic and contemporary artwork, the gallery represents many established artists who were part of important art historical movements and tendencies that occurred during the 1950s through the 1980s on both the east and west coasts. The gallery also represents artist estates, emerging artists and offers secondary market works.
Contemporary American and European art
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The Santa Fe Sage Inn is an excellent choice for affordable lodging in downtown Santa Fe. The hotel offers 155 attractive, comfortable rooms with complimentary amenities including a "Fresh Start" breakfast, exercise facility, guest laundry, wireless high-speed internet, and downtown shuttle services. The Santa Fe Sage Inn is located only six blocks from the historic plaza and across the street from the Railyard Park dining and shopping district.
The William Siegal Gallery offers museum quality antiquities and contemporary art.
For over thirty years owner Bill Siegal has been assembling the world's largest collection of fine ancient and antique Andean textiles dating from 750 BC up to the 19th Century.
Additionally, the gallery exhibits ceremonial objects and artifacts from Meso and South American Cultures, as well as objects from China's Han and Tang Dynasties and Southeast Asia. Distinguished African and Indonesian textiles are also prominently featured.
In May of 2007, William Siegal Gallery opened its new 5,000 square foot exhibition space, in which antiquities are now hung side by side with the works of outstanding contemporary artists. This proximity between the "old" and the "new" conveys a sublime and timeless trans-cultural aesthetic of modernism.
William Siegal Gallery is located in Santa Fe's newly revitalized Railyard District, which is rapidly becoming the central locus of Santa Fe's contemporary art scene.
photo by Robert Reck c2007
As Santa Fe's only Native American owned hotel we take pride in maintaining the traditions of the past while providing the modern comforts of the present. Located in historic downtown Santa Fe and in the heart of the new Guadalupe Railyard District we offer museums, galleries, shops, and restaurants just outside our doors. Amenities: Cocktail Lounge
Hot Tub or Sauna
The Spa at Hotel Santa Fe - A healing destination and Santa Fe retreat.
Upon entering the Spa doors you will be immersed in a sense of Nature's elements; water falling, open sky and Mother Earth's nurturing.
Our highly trained massage therapists are licensed practitioners who draw upon a variety of modalities from Swedish, Sports, Cranial-Sacral and Energy Work to create a unique personal experience.
Enjoy the Picuris Pueblo Dancers every Friday evening at 5:30 pm. Amaya, at
Hotel Santa Fe The Hacienda and Spa, mixes classic technique, contemporary
flair, and fresh seasonal ingredients from the cold rivers of Alaska to the
Great Plains. Chef Walter Dominguez selects superb ingredients and weaves
them together in a style that is both ancient and contemporary. Amaya
highlights local pueblo and Northern New Mexican influences, as well as
regional foods from around the U.S. The casual, inviting atmosphere keeps
the focus on fine food and conversation. In winter, relax by our roaring
fire, or in the summer, dine surrounded by our beautiful outdoor gardens
with a water fountain, traditional teepee, hummingbird feeders, birdhouse,
and amazing mountain views.
Experience the ultimate in luxury accommodations and personalized service. While an integral part of Hotel Santa Fe, and designed in the same Pueblo-style architecture, The Hacienda nevertheless retains its own identity. Secluded within our four acres The Hacienda at Hotel Santa Fe is an exclusive retreat with 35 special rooms and suites filled with Native American Art and warm gem-like tones that reflect the southwest. While staying at The Hacienda you will experience the personal service of our professionally trained butlers. He or she will fulfill even your most exacting needs or request. From the mundane to the seemingly impossible no task is too difficult.
Amenities: Cocktail Lounge
Hot Tub or Sauna