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If you want to attend one of our famous festivals or markets during your visit, look no further. O'Keeffe Country is rich in culture, and we love to celebrate every chance we get. For the quintessential guide of things to do, pick up a copy of our local newspaper, the Santa Fe New Mexican, on Friday when they publish Pasatiempo, a special magazine that highlights the week's activities throughout the Northern New Mexico region. Locals and tourists alike use it as their social bible - so grab one and go! And if you plan just right, don't miss these tried-and-true annual favorites, listed below.
Winter Fiesta - January
Farmers Market - Seasonal
Folk Art Market - July
Spanish Market - July
Girls Inc Arts and Crafts Show - August
Indian Market - August
SOFA West - August
Zozobra - September
Wine and Chile Festival - September
Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta - October
Santa Fe Film Festival - October
Winter Indian Market - November
Canyon Road Farolito Walk - December
Pedernal Arts Tour - June
Chamber Music Festival - July/August
Fiesta of Santa Rosa de Lima - August
Abiquiu Studio Tour - October
El Rito Studio Tour - October
Ghost Ranch Courses and Programs - Seasonal
Georgia O'Keeffe was ahead of her time, especially in the way she obsessed about healthy food. She took long walks every day, and grew a variety of fruits and vegetables in
her large garden in Abiquiu. We can only imagine that if
she were still alive today, she would be delighted to put on her canvas tennies and happily stroll the grounds of the world-famous Santa Fe Farmers' Market. Held every Saturday and Tuesday mornings, it is good for you in every way. Click here to reach the Santa Fe Farmer's Market.