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Adaptive Sports Program New Mexico
The Adaptive Sports Program of New Mexico (ASPNM) has provided outdoor recreational opportunities for children and adults with disabilities throughout the state for over 30 years. With activities ranging from adaptive skiing and snowboarding to golf, rock climbing, water sports, and much more, ASPNM gives those living with disabilities the sense of freedom, accomplishment, and joy that comes with participating in outdoor activities.
2301 South Court
Santa Fe, NM 87505
5055772788
The Adaptive Sports Program of New Mexico (ASPNM) has provided outdoor recreational opportunities for children and adults with disabilities throughout the state for over 30 years. With activities ranging from adaptive skiing and snowboarding to golf, rock climbing, water sports, and much more, ASPNM gives those living with disabilities the sense of freedom, accomplishment, and joy that comes with participating in outdoor activities.

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Santa Fe Plaza

Santa Fe Plaza

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.

Santa Fe Plaza

100 Old Santa Fe Trail. Bordered by San Francisco Street and Washington, Palace and Lincoln avenues
Santa Fe, NM 87501
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.
Traditional Spanish Market
*WHEN: July 30 - 31, 2016* This 65th annual event features the work of artists in New Mexico & S. Colorado who work in traditional Spanish Colonial art forms. Santa Fe Plaza.
100 Old Santa Fe Trail
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-982-2226
*WHEN: July 30 - 31, 2016* This 65th annual event features the work of artists in New Mexico & S. Colorado who work in traditional Spanish Colonial art forms. Santa Fe Plaza.
The Yeehaw Initiative
Live drama-free! The Yeehaw Initiative is a Santa Fe-based company which conducts educational workshops, seminars and motivational speaking events with an emphasis on living drama-free to achieve personal empowerment, healthy relationships, increased productivity, and reduced stress. Call us today!
2 Redondo Ct
Santa Fe, NM 87508
505-466-6203
Live drama-free! The Yeehaw Initiative is a Santa Fe-based company which conducts educational workshops, seminars and motivational speaking events with an emphasis on living drama-free to achieve personal empowerment, healthy relationships, increased productivity, and reduced stress. Call us today!
Cottam's Ski Shop
Cottam's Ski Shop is located half way up Ski Basin Road in Hyde Memorial State Park - the closest ski shop to the slopes! Ski, Board, Snowshoe, Snowblade, XC, & Apparel rentals - high performance & recreational packages. Locations also in Taos and Angel Fire. RESERVE ONLINE AND RECEIVE A 10% DISCOUNT or stop in the Santa Fe convention and visitors bureau to receive a $3 off coupon for each ski rental.
740 Hyde Park Rd
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-982-0495
Cottam's Ski Shop is located half way up Ski Basin Road in Hyde Memorial State Park - the closest ski shop to the slopes! Ski, Board, Snowshoe, Snowblade, XC, & Apparel rentals - high performance & recreational packages. Locations also in Taos and Angel Fire. RESERVE ONLINE AND RECEIVE A 10% DISCOUNT or stop in the Santa Fe convention and visitors bureau to receive a $3 off coupon for each ski rental.
Stone Soup

Stone Soup

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.

Stone Soup

60 E. San Francisco St,. Ste. 126
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505.982.5337
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.
Charlotte Ehinger Schwarz 1876
Charlotte Santa Fe Exclusive US retail shop of Ehinger Schwarz 1876 featuring Charlotte and Tipit. Fine interchangeable jewelry in 18k gold, platinum, palladium with precious gemstones. Located on the historic Plaza in Santa Fe N.M.
66 E San Francisco Street Ste 1 On the Plaza
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-660-8614
Charlotte Santa Fe Exclusive US retail shop of Ehinger Schwarz 1876 featuring Charlotte and Tipit. Fine interchangeable jewelry in 18k gold, platinum, palladium with precious gemstones. Located on the historic Plaza in Santa Fe N.M.
Desires

Desires

Eclectic collection of clothing, accessories, jewelry. Known for our affordable Chenille shawls...

Desires

66 E. San Francisco St. #13
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-989-1195
Eclectic collection of clothing, accessories, jewelry. Known for our affordable Chenille shawls...
Native Jackets
Native Jackets, right on the plaza in the heart of Santa Fe, provides the best Navajo-inspired jackets, vests and blankets. We have museum quality contemporary and antique Native rugs, pots and baskets. Choose from the garments you see on our website or in our store, or you may choose your favorite blanket and we can make a garment from your choice. The Native rugs, pots and baskets are among the finest available, featuring such legendary artists as Maria Martinez, Margaret Tafoya, Daisy Taugelchee and many more. There are items available in a wide range of prices and pieces, fitting most any art budget and taste. It is an honor to present such remarkable Native artistry! John Andrews Native Jackets
66 E. San Francisco St.
Santa Fe, NM 87501
(505) 984-0005
Native Jackets, right on the plaza in the heart of Santa Fe, provides the best Navajo-inspired jackets, vests and blankets. We have museum quality contemporary and antique Native rugs, pots and baskets. Choose from the garments you see on our website or in our store, or you may choose your favorite blanket and we can make a garment from your choice. The Native rugs, pots and baskets are among the finest available, featuring such legendary artists as Maria Martinez, Margaret Tafoya, Daisy Taugelchee and many more. There are items available in a wide range of prices and pieces, fitting most any art budget and taste. It is an honor to present such remarkable Native artistry! John Andrews Native Jackets
Mavericks of Santa Fe
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.
80 E. San Francisco St.
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-995-8484
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.
Shiprock Santa Fe
Shiprock Santa Fe is one of the nation’s top Native American art galleries—including a world-class collection of vintage and contemporary jewelry, historic textiles, pottery and basketry. Located on Santa Fe’s historic Plaza, the gallery was founded by fifth-generation expert Jed Foutz, who was raised on the Navajo Nation in a prominent family of Indian art trade
53 Old Santa Fe Trail
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-982-8478
Shiprock Santa Fe is one of the nation’s top Native American art galleries—including a world-class collection of vintage and contemporary jewelry, historic textiles, pottery and basketry. Located on Santa Fe’s historic Plaza, the gallery was founded by fifth-generation expert Jed Foutz, who was raised on the Navajo Nation in a prominent family of Indian art trade
Thunderbird Bar & Grill
The Thunderbird Bar and Grill. Santa Fe’s only restaurant with a spacious covered deck overlooking the Plaza, Thunderbird Bar and Grill offers a new twist on contemporary southwestern cuisine with a menu that is fresh, innovative and sure to satisfy. The Thunderbird’s full bar features: an award-winning list of over 40 beers, with 20 on draft, over 100 tequilas, an extensive wine by the glass program, and a spectacular wine list.
50 Lincoln Ave

505-490-6550
The Thunderbird Bar and Grill. Santa Fe’s only restaurant with a spacious covered deck overlooking the Plaza, Thunderbird Bar and Grill offers a new twist on contemporary southwestern cuisine with a menu that is fresh, innovative and sure to satisfy. The Thunderbird’s full bar features: an award-winning list of over 40 beers, with 20 on draft, over 100 tequilas, an extensive wine by the glass program, and a spectacular wine list.
Palace of the Governors at the New Mexico History Museum
As of August 1, 2018 Palace of the Governors is closed for 6 months for ongoing renovation and will reopen in Spring 2019. 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 Artisans Program. The Palace shares a campus (and admission!) with the New Mexico Museum of History, the Palace Press, the Fray Angelico Chavez History Library and Palace of the Governors Photo Archives.
105 W. Palace Ave.
Santa Fe, NM 87501
(505) 476-5200
As of August 1, 2018 Palace of the Governors is closed for 6 months for ongoing renovation and will reopen in Spring 2019. 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 Artisans Program. The Palace shares a campus (and admission!) with the New Mexico Museum of History, the Palace Press, the Fray Angelico Chavez History Library and Palace of the Governors Photo Archives.
Santa Fe Pedicabs
Experience beautiful Santa Fe in the open-air comfort of a pedicab. Our local drivers quickly take you to your favorite Santa Fe 'hot spots' like the Plaza, Canyon Road or the new Railyard Arts District, as well as offer unique photographic, historic and architectural tours. Hire us to shuttle party guests or for our famous downtown wedding 'march'. We are open 9:00 A
99 Old Santa Fe Trail
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-577-5056
Experience beautiful Santa Fe in the open-air comfort of a pedicab. Our local drivers quickly take you to your favorite Santa Fe 'hot spots' like the Plaza, Canyon Road or the new Railyard Arts District, as well as offer unique photographic, historic and architectural tours. Hire us to shuttle party guests or for our famous downtown wedding 'march'. We are open 9:00 A
Ji Wang Noodle Shop
We promote healthy diets, embrace natural flavors of foods and care for the quality of our dishes! We use organic and natural ingredients to create an exceptional journey for both the tongue and the body.
66 E San Francisco St #10
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-982-0611
We promote healthy diets, embrace natural flavors of foods and care for the quality of our dishes! We use organic and natural ingredients to create an exceptional journey for both the tongue and the body.
Malouf on the Plaza
Representing the leading Native American, regional & international artists including Douglas Magnus, Scott Diffrient, Larry Vasquez, White Buffalo, Dian Malouf, Chili Rose, Artie Yellowhorse, Arland Ben, Michelle Tapia and more. Our Rug Gallery features collectible Navajo rugs & weavings circa late 1800s, along with handwoven Zapotec rugs from Oaxaca, Mexico.
61 Old Santa Fe Trail
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-983-9241
Representing the leading Native American, regional & international artists including Douglas Magnus, Scott Diffrient, Larry Vasquez, White Buffalo, Dian Malouf, Chili Rose, Artie Yellowhorse, Arland Ben, Michelle Tapia and more. Our Rug Gallery features collectible Navajo rugs & weavings circa late 1800s, along with handwoven Zapotec rugs from Oaxaca, Mexico.
Santa Fe Dry Goods, Workshop, & Wild Life
Santa Fe Dry Goods, our flagship store, features clothing designers who take a modern approach to historic techniques and textiles. Workshop, our second store, specializes in up-and-coming clothing designers who explore progressive approaches to design and wearability. Wild Life, our new store, showcases beautifully crafted goods for the home. Located on the Plaza.
53 Old Santa Fe Trl
Santa Fe, NM 87501-2009
505-982-4066
Santa Fe Dry Goods, our flagship store, features clothing designers who take a modern approach to historic techniques and textiles. Workshop, our second store, specializes in up-and-coming clothing designers who explore progressive approaches to design and wearability. Wild Life, our new store, showcases beautifully crafted goods for the home. Located on the Plaza.
Sunwest on the Plaza
Sunwest on the Plaza has been representing Native American artists since 1972. Located on the historic Santa Fe Plaza, we are proud to offer unique collections of handmade Native American jewelry, art & pottery from award-winning Southwestern artists, emerging artists & local favorites. Bring the whole family, we have New Mexico gifts & souvenirs, and a Kids Corner!
56-58 Lincoln Ave
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-982-0227
Sunwest on the Plaza has been representing Native American artists since 1972. Located on the historic Santa Fe Plaza, we are proud to offer unique collections of handmade Native American jewelry, art & pottery from award-winning Southwestern artists, emerging artists & local favorites. Bring the whole family, we have New Mexico gifts & souvenirs, and a Kids Corner!
Divino Diamonds and Jewelry
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.
60 E San Francisco St Suite 217
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-983-9696
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.


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