46th Annual Harvest Festival

Autumn is a vibrant time to visit the Rancho! Taste syrup from our burro driven sorghum mill, help make cider by cranking a traditional apple press, and pick a pumpkin from our scarecrow-guarded patch. Children can stomp grapes by foot, make harvest wreaths or roll their own delicious tortilla by hand. There’s a lot to do at this long-running and acclaimed event!

Voted #2 Best Fall Harvest Festival in the nation by readers of USA Today.

2018
Saturday, October 6th
& Sunday, October 7th

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

2018 Schedule of Events

Saturday, October 6

Traditional arts & crafts! (Artisan Plaza- All Day)

10:00 – 12:00
Traditional San Isidro Procession & Mass

11:00 – 2:30
Take a Hay Ride!

11:00 – 3:00
Wine Making Demonstration – Crush Grapes by Foot!

12:00 – 2:00
Make a Harvest Wreath!

12:00 – 3:00
Old Fashioned Cider Pressing

12:00 – 3:00
Learn about the Las Golondrinas Herb Garden, Three Sisters Garden & Vineyard with Santa Fe Master Gardener Association
http://sfmga.org

12:00
Baked goods will be coming out of the Horno!

1:00 – 3:30
Tin Stamp Your Own Medallion

1:00 pm
La Sociedad Colonial Español de Santa Fe Performs!  

2:00 pm
Wildcrafting Walk with Dryland Wilds!
https://www.drylandwilds.com

3:30 pm
Black Powder Demonstrations

Ongoing Activities & Demonstrations

Traditional New Mexican music by Julian Prada
Visit with Curandera, Veronica Ramos
Ristra Stringing Demonstrations
Buy or Barter in our Country Store
Make your own Tortilla
Spinning, Carding & Weaving Demonstrations
Wool Dyeing the Old Fashioned Way
Sorghum Mill & Miel Tasting
Hide Tanning & Flint Knapping Demonstrations
Learn about Apache Plant Use
Leather Punching with Tandy Leather
Pumpkin Patch
Blacksmith Demonstrations
Wide Sky Alpacas
Mapping the Territory of NM: Army Topographical Enginners in La Cienega in 1846
Hot Chocolate & Biscochitos presented by La Sociedad Folklorica
Rio Grande Mule & Donkey Association 

Sunday, October 7

Traditional arts & crafts! (Artisan Plaza-All Day)

11:00 – 1:00
Make a Harvest Wreath!

11:00 – 2:30
Take a Hay Ride!

11:00 – 3:00
Wine Making Demonstration – Crush Grapes by Foot!

12:00 – 3:00
Old Fashioned Cider Pressing

12:00 – 3:00
Learn about the Las Golondrinas Herb Garden, Three Sisters Garden & Vineyard with Santa Fe Master Gardener Association
http://sfmga.org

12:00
Baked goods will be coming out of the Horno!

1:00 – 3:30
Tin Stamp Your Own Medallion

1:00 pm
Baile Español performs!

2:00 pm
Wildcrafting Walk with Dryland Wilds!
https://www.drylandwilds.com

3:00 pm
Entreflamenco performs!

3:30 pm
Black Powder Demonstrations

Ongoing Activities & Demonstrations

Traditional New Mexican music by Julian Prada
Visit with Curandera, Veronica Ramos
Ristra Stringing Demonstrations
Buy or Barter in our Country Store
Make your own Tortilla
Spinning, Carding & Weaving Demonstrations
Wool Dyeing the Old Fashioned Way
Sorghum Mill & Miel Tasting
Hide Tanning & Flint Knapping Demonstrations
Learn about Apache Plant Use
Leather Punching with Tandy Leather
Pumpkin Patch
Blacksmith Demonstrations
Wide Sky Alpacas
Mapping the Territory of NM: Army Topographical Enginners in La Cienega in 1846
Hot Chocolate & Biscochitos presented by La Sociedad Folklorica 

2018 Vendors

Adorn

Aguja y Clavo

Artful Artisan

A Train of Thought

Barela’s Wood Creations

Barrio Tin and Art

Becky Seligman

Bison Star

Bonnie Catanach

Button Box Aprons

Dancing Dolphins

Disheveled Edge

Divine Palm Art

Drew Gonzales

Dryland Wilds

Essentials by Monique

Feathered Moon Farms

Flora & Foliage

Fran’s Straw Applique &Tin Art

Grandma Joan’s Chokecherry Jelly

Heartline Glass and Art

Hil’s Jewelry

Hyer Wools

Imagination Fabrication

Le Paris French Bakery

Lost and Found

Magarte Pottery

Mettle and Loam

Mia’s Botanicals

M&M Custom Rosaries

Mora Valley Spinning

Mystic Earth

Nambe Tin

Puerta del Sol Alpacas

Rebeka Flamework Glass

Shirley Lynn Fine Art

Susan Suazo Martinez

The Dun Stag

Train of Thought

Warp Zone

Ye Ole Kitchen Witch

Thank you to our event sponsor.

First National Bank of Santa Fe