36th Annual Santa Fe Run Around 5K/10K
Sat, May 17 2014, 8:00
- 10:30 AM
Santa Fe's annual May road race, starting and finishing on the Plaza. Organized by the Santa Fe Striders since 1979. Now it its 36th year, the Run Around is Santa Fe's oldest road race.
5K and 10K options on a loop course through downtown Santa Fe. Kids 1K follows at 9:30am, with two laps around the Plaza.
＄25 adults, just ＄5 for students 19-under
Event website: http://santaferunaround.blogspot.com/
Course map: http://goo.gl/maps/inIYP
42nd Annual Girls Inc. Arts & Crafts Show
Sat, Aug 2 2014, 9:00
- 5:00 PM
The 42nd Annual Girls Inc. Arts & Crafts Show will take place on August 2nd and 3rd on the historic Santa Fe Plaza. Come enjoy a wide range of work by professional fine artists and crafts people: fiber art, jewelry, painting, pottery, sculpture, metal work, woodwork, photography, specialty foods and much more. Proceeds from artists' booth fees from this popular, juried art event benefit Girls Inc. of Santa Fe, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Girls Inc.'s mission is inspiring all girls to be strong (healthy), smart (educated), and bold (independent) through programs that equip them to navigate barriers and grow into self-confident women. For more info, please visit http://girlsincofsantafe.org/
Aug 3, 9:00 AM
Santa Fe Plaza
Bordered by San Francisco Street and Washington, Palace and Lincoln avenues
The heart of downtown Santa Fe for nearly 400 years, the Plaza remains the central part of the city, hosting Indian and Spanish markets and other annual events as well as community gatherings, concerts and more.
Nearby Businesses, Attractions, Events and Services
*WHEN: August 17 - 18, 2013*
SWAIA's 91-year-old market draws roughly 100,000 people annually to buy artwork by top Native American artists for one weekend. Santa Fe Plaza.
WHEN: August 29, 2014
The annual torching of 50-foot-tall Old Man Gloom, a puppet stuffed with thousands of scraps of paper bearing the citizenry's sad thoughts, is a highlight of Fiesta time.
*WHEN: July 27 - 28, 2013*
This 62nd annual event features the work of artists in New Mexico & S. Colorado who work in traditional Spanish Colonial art forms. Santa Fe Plaza.
Stone beads and custom beaded jewelry. Specializing in natural and unusual stone beads. Locally made sterling silver charms and findings. We have a large selection of stone donuts. Also, beautiful silk flowers. We're known for our silk poppies. Friendly service everyday.
Santa Fe Arcade
The Santa Fe Arcade is a completely new specialty retail center situated in the heart of the Historic Santa Fe Plaza. It's a three level fusion of mature Pueblo Revival style, contemporary architecture, and state-of-the-art retail amenities. Featuring the Rooftop Pizzeria and the popular new Marble Brewery. The Santa Fe Arcade has entrances on both The Plaza and Water Street. We await your visit!
WHEN: June 23 - August 28, 2014
The 2014 season of Santa Fe Bandstand begins Monday, June 23rd. The season closes on Thursday, August 28, 2014. More local, regional and national bands than ever. 100 total shows.
100 Old Santa Fe Trail, Santa Fe, NM 87502
Ten weeks of live free music from the heart of Santa Fe's historic Plaza.
Gallery specializing in antique American Indian art and paintings of the American West. Artifacts include beadwork, pottery, and other Native material. Artists include Borg, Fechin, Delano, Leigh, Payne, Pletka, Sandzen, Rollins, & Widforss, as well as the Taos Society of Artists and the Santa Fe & Albuquerque art colonies. French artist Antoine Tzapoff is exclusively represented.
Fine interchangeable jewelry systems in stainless steel, sterling silver, 18k gold, palladium and platinum. Creat your own jewelry piece and change it from a ring to a pendant or bracelet.
Eclectic collection of clothing, accessories, jewelry.
Known for our affordable Chenille shawls...
OXYGEN THERAPY~ ENERGY HEALING ~ Aroma Therapy ~ Essence Bar ~ Reflexology ~ Tonic Bar
We are a healing center, offering an Oxygen Lounge & Tonic Bar. Start on your journey for Healing your Soul, Spirit and Heart. If you are seeking an Oxygen Therapy experience, Soul Healing, or a place to awaken, at SH'MA it is our mission to provide a sacred and nurturing environment to experience ultimate life healing.Thank You for letting us assist you on your journey to Healing.
Oxygen is Essential to life. The air we breathe contains less then 22% Oxygen and at our 7,000 ft city the air is very thin. Virtually everybody could use more oxygen for overall well-being and to relieve stress, and any of the fallowing:
* Altitude Sickness
* People who want to Detoxify
* Migraine and Headache Sufferers
* Our aging population
* Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
* Students cramming for exams
* Frequent flyers/Jetlag
* Cold, Flu, and Allergies
* And More
Treatment for Altitude Sickness
Oxygen Therapy should be given to help acclimate the body and bring the oxygen levels back up. Drink Plenty of Water and take it easy until you feel better- don't over exert yourself.
We live in a toxic world. Degenerative diseases like Fibromyalgia,Rheumatoid Arthritis, Kidney Problems, Autism and Muscular Dystrophy have all been linked to toxins.. Toxins come from the air we breathe, our environment, and the foods we eat. Our water has chlorine and fluoride, the air we breathe is polluted, our cleaning supplies, soaps, shampoos are loaded with chemicals-many with sodium laurel sulfate which is know to cause cancer. We receive toxins from mercury fillings, lead, arsenic, aluminum, vaccinations, plastic used in the microwave, tobacco, drugs and many other things contribute to increased toxins in our bodies that lead to disease, allergies,mental incapacitation, side effects like swelling, rashes, insomnia,headaches, fatigue and pain. "The EPA reports that in 2002 24,379 US facilities released 4.7 billion pounds of toxins into the atmosphere. 72 million pounds were known carcinogens. Depending on your size you inhale 3,000 to 8,000 gallons of air each day." and only 22% or less is OXYGEN!
~~~Headache, Allergy, Sinus Relief~~~
Oxygen Therapy included with all Sessions.
Melt away tension and release reactions you have to your environment. Breathe fully and freely. Fast, effective & lasting. Immediate Relief!
~~~HAND & FOOT REFLEXOLOGY~~~
This Treatment is concentrating on each hand & foot to release tension of all pressure points of the body
Five min. on each hand& foot- 30 min $45
Ten min. On each hand& foot- 45 min $65
15 min. on each hand& foot- 60 min $95
Step out of the Plaza and into the lap of authentic Southwestern luxury at Maverick's of Santa Fe. Here you'll be surrounded by the finest natural hides and fabrics from top fashion designers. Choose from a selection of one-of-a-kind, couture, and ready-to-wear pieces assured to put you on the fashion "A" list whether you're on the town or at the office.
Photo Credit, Chris Corrie
A Rich Tradition of Fine Historic and Contemporary Native American Arts
Located on the second floor of the historic Silver building overlooking the plaza, Shiprock Santa Fe has the city's largest selection of Navajo weavings. Fifth generation trader Jed Foutz brings the expertise from a lifetime of buying and selling Native American art to his flagship location. Representing the finest in Native American jewelry, pottery, basketry and artifacts, complemented by an outstanding selection of mid century modern vintage modern home furnishings.
Dressman's Gifts is a family owned business located on the Plaza since 1952. Authentic Indian jewelry,locally produced items, Southwest gifts, t-shirts, leather handbags all can be found here.
Tsali Nez Gallery is located on the historic Santa Fe Plaza, and features museum quality Native American jewelry, kachinas, pottery, and storytellers that are handmade by local and regional artists. Come visit Tsali, our Native American manager, and discover the history behind Native American arts and crafts.
Claudia Chavez is a Santa Fe Bead Artist. You can find her affordable, delicately beautiful, beaded jewelry on her website and at historic shows throughout Santa Fe such as the Contemporary Hispanic Market each year. She also sells on the Santa Fe Plaza in the City of Santa Fe Plaza Vendor Program. Her intricate work has been featured in the media.
To firmly ground yourself in New Mexico's rich past, visit this museum on the Santa Fe Plaza. Built by the Spanish as a government building in 1610, the Palace remains the country's oldest continuously occupied public building. Its exhibits chronicle the history of Santa Fe as well as New Mexico and the region. American Indian artists sell their wares under its historic portal as part of the Native American Vendors Program. The New Mexico Museum of History, which is physically and thematically linked to the Palace of the Governors is now open.
Ceramics Tiles,reproduction of artist paintings on ceramics
Divino Diamonds and Jewelry features locally crafted jewelry and houses the largest Sleeping Beauty turquoise collection on the plaza. We are also featuring the work of Robert Cherry. His stunning turned wooden vases with inlay turquoise are finished with a mixture of colors bringing out the natural grain of the wood.