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Six Santa Fe October Events You’ll Want to See

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October offers an opportunity to take a deep breath and appreciate the wonders of the autumn season. Here in The City Different, we appreciate the beauty of the mountains and the diverse cultural and outdoor experiences that are available this time of year. So please join us in discovering a few highlights of Santa Fe’s October events.

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Seven Santa Fe Events That Work This Labor Day Weekend

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Why not celebrate Labor Day weekend this year with an end of summer getaway to The City Different? Instead of the beach or a theme park, think Santa Fe, New Mexico this time! Enjoy the last days of summer with some of our favorite picks to help you create your three day adventure. Keep reading and start planning!

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Savor the Flavor of The Santa Fe Wine & Chile Fiesta

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The Santa Fe Wine and Chile Fiesta is an annual five-day collection of events highlighting the culinary artistry found in Santa Fe, New Mexico’s many excellent restaurants coupled with the sophistication of wines from around the world.

By bringing 90 wineries to Santa Fe to partner with 75 of the city’s best restaurants, a five day schedule of food and wine events is created featuring cooking demos, wine seminars, winery luncheons and dinners. The weekend culminates with the Grand Tasting at the Santa Fe Opera where all 75 participating Santa Fe restaurants and all 90 wineries serve samples of their best food and wine. The Santa Fe Wine and Chile Fiesta will be held from September 27 to October 1, 2017—with a kick off and art preview party on September 12.

Here is a taste of the events happening during the 27th Annual Santa Fe Wine and Chile Fiesta:

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Backpacking Nirvana in the Santa Fe National Forest

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The Santa Fe National Forest is home to some of the most picturesque alpine scenery in the Southwest. Serious hikers know that the forest is home to some of the finest trails around for miles. The headwaters of the Pecos, Jemez and Gallinas Rivers can all be found here along with an abundance of trickling mountain streams. Within the borders of the forest resides a dormant volcano with a 15-mile wide crater, which has fostered abundant plant and animal life.

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Join Thousands As We Burn Away Zozobra’s Hold on Gloom

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The Burning of Zozobra is a unique cultural event staged annually by the Kiwanis Club of Santa Fe on the Friday before Labor Day. This must-see event takes place on September 1, 2017— at the beginning of the historic Fiesta de Santa Fe. For those who have never heard of Zozobra and those who wonder why we burn this tall effigy made of muslin and stuffed with bags of shredded paper, we offer you a glimpse to the man, the myth….Zozobra.

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Finding Enchantment in the New Mexico Wine Region

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When most people think of award-winning wineries, New Mexico is probably not the first destination that comes to mind, however, the extensive winemaking knowledge that Spanish settlers brought with them created a fiercely proud culture of growers and enthusiasts that has persevered for centuries. The state’s wine industry is rich in history and is home to the oldest wine-growing region in the nation!

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The “Poeh” at Pojoaque:  A Pathway to Pueblo Culture

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Just north of Santa Fe a whole new world awaits as you enter the diverse and beautiful cultural landscape of Pueblo country, nestled along the lush Rio Grande Valley, with sweeping horizon mountain views.  Visit The Poeh Center (Poeh) at Pueblo of Pojoaque, known as the “water gathering place,” and it will capture your imagination and offer an authentic Native American experience.

The mission of the Poeh (“pathway”) came about as a comprehensive effort for the Pueblo of Pojoaque to uphold the traditions and revitalize the arts and culture of their people, post Spanish contact in the 16th Century and a later smallpox epidemic, nearly eradicated their community and way of life.  All the more reason that the Pueblo of Pojoaque made it a priority to continue teaching their children the history dating  back to 500 A.D.; cultural traditions, dances, language, arts and crafts. In addition, this fosters education and an understanding of Puebloan culture for non-Native people and visitors from around the world.

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What’s New In Santa Fe This Summer

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What’s New In Santa Fe This Summer!

Santa Fe, New Mexico never lacks for “new or innovative” cultural and culinary experiences. In fact, you might have recently asked yourself, “What’s new this summer in Santa Fe?” No worries – we’ve collected some of the season’s biggest news here to keep you in the know and allow you to delight in the Santa Fe experience that only The City Different can deliver!  Here we go….

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