Adventures in Territorial New Mexico

From Civil War battles to Old West shootouts, experience the adventure of Territorial New Mexico! Taste some grub from the back of a chuck wagon and listen to songs of the vaqueros who once drove cattle across this vast land. Visit soldier encampments, watch the blacksmith hammer iron and meet amazing ladies from these rough times.

2017
Saturday, August 19 & Sunday, August 20

Time: 10am to 4pm
Adult Admission: $8
Seniors (62+), teens (13–18): $6
12 and under: FREE!

Thanks to all of you who joined us for the 2016 Summer Festival.
We will be posting our 2017 Schedules for this new event soon.
Please check back for more information.

2016 Schedule of Events

 Saturday, August 6

11am, 1:30PM and 2:30pm
Camels of the Southwest presentation
See live camels and learn about their historic use in 19th century New Mexico Territory!

10:30am
Black powder shooting demonstrations

11am
Beale’s Wagon Road and the Camel Corps – first person performance

12pm
Food of the 1800s tasting demonstration

1pm
Elfego Baca: Remembering the Frisco Shootout – living history performance

1:30pm
Old West Shootout and Comedy Sketch by the New Mexico Gunfighters Association 

2pm
The Life of James Ohio Pattie, Chautauqua by Steve Dixon

2:30pm
Old West Shootout and Comedy Sketch by the New Mexico Gunfighters Association 

3pm
Ron Kil, Cowboy Artist talk

Ongoing:

Chuck wagon biscuits by Carl Hawkins (11am–1pm)

Play the Old West game of Monte

Cowpoke dress up

Leather stamping

Tin stamping

Stick horse races

Make trade bead necklaces

Music by Lone Pinon

See historic documents signed by Davy Crockett, Buffalo Bill Cody, and Roy Rogers!

Sunday August 7

11am, 1:30PM and 2:30pm
Camels of the Southwest presentation
See live camels and learn about their historic use in 19th century New Mexico Territory!

10:30am
Black powder shooting demonstrations

11am
Beale’s Wagon Road and the Camel Corps – first person performance

12pm
Made in NM Westerns presented by local film historian Jeff Berg

1pm
Elfego Baca: Remembering the Frisco Shootout – living history performance

1:30pm
Old West Shootout and Comedy Sketch by the New Mexico Gunfighters Association 

2pm
Kit Carson Chautauqua by John Carson (Kit’s great-great grandson)

3pm
Old West Shootout and Comedy Sketch by the New Mexico Gunfighters Association 

Ongoing:

Chuck wagon biscuits by Carl Hawkins (11am–1pm)

Play the Old West game of Monte

Cowpoke dress up

Leather stamping

Tin Stamping

Stick horse races

Make trade bead necklaces

Music by Lone Pinon

See historic documents signed by Davy Crockett, Buffalo Bill Cody, and Roy Rogers!

Adventures in Territorial New Mexico

Vendor Application

Download this pdf if you are interested in applying to be a vendor at the 2017 Adventures in Territorial New Mexico.

Thanks for the generous support from

NMHC