Pueblo Feast Days (Sandia and Ohkay Owingeh)

Two Pueblos hold Feast Days in June: Sandia Pueblo and Ohkay Owingeh Pueblo. June is a great time to take the family to view these sacred days—it’s not yet too hot (you will be standing outside) as it will be in July, August and even September. In our blog
Posted: June 9, 2014 By:

Jim Thorpe Native American Games

On June 8th through the 14th, the Jim Thorpe Native American Games will be held in Shawnee, Oklahoma. The games are attended by thousands of athletes who represent Native American Indian nations, tribes and bands from the US who come together for a week of “sports and
Posted: June 2, 2014 By:

San Ildefonso’s Feast Day

Pueblo feast days are sacred festivals that serve as a time for tribal members to come together to share their rich traditions, language and religion. The pueblos are also opened to the public on feast days as an invitation to view and share in their sacred
Posted: January 6, 2014 By:

Balloon Fiesta!

Celebrating Old and New Traditions Every fall, people from all over New Mexico look forward to the beauty of yellow aspens, the smell of roasting green chile and the Albuquerque International Balloon

Looking Forward to Santa Fe Indian Market

Next week thousands of people will visit Santa Fe as it once again becomes the hub of the Native American Indian art world. SWAIA’s 92nd Annual Santa Fe Indian Market is slated to begin Monday, August 12th with events scheduled throughout the week, culminating in the two-day Weekend art
Posted: August 5, 2013 By: