Spring & Fiber Fest: Women of the West

All Roads Lead to Santa Fe! Join in the celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the National Trails Systems & learn what life was like for the women who traveled the trails & called the western frontier home! Learn about the goods & livestock that came & went on the arteries of the Southwest; El Camino Real, Santa Fe Trail & Spanish Trail.
Also, experience traditional ranch activities like sheep shearing, wool dyeing, spinning and weaving. Plus a fiber arts marketplace, bread baking, crafts for children & more!

2018
Saturday, June 2 & Sunday, June 3

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

Visit our marketplace and shop great treasures from our vendors!

Barela’s Wood Creations

Uglie Ruglies

Humming Desert Alpacas

Mora Valley Spinning Mill

The Wool Shed

Button Box Aprons

Mystic Earth

Le Paris French Bakery

Puerta del sol Alpacas

Aguja y Clavo Jewelry Designs

Feathered Moon Farms

Susan Suazo-Martinez

Westfarthing Farm

Disheveled Edge

Essentials by Monique

m-g designs

Art You Can Wear

Grandma Joan’s Choke Cherry Jelly

Wild Earth Remedies (Sunday only)

Nambe Tin

Mountain Man Gourmet

Barrio Tin Work

Rio Fernando Farms

Hyer Wools

Intergalactic Bread Company

Las Golondrinas Weavers

Madeline Stark

Sandra Quintana (Saturday only)

2018 Schedule of Events

Saturday, June 2, 2018

Ongoing activities from 10:00am—4:00pm include:

  • Listen to the traditional hymns of New Mexico, Los Alabados! by Dexter Trujillo
  • Make your own rope
  • Visit “Wide Sky Alpacas”
  • Attend the hide tanning and blacksmithing demonstrations
  • Experience a running traditional mill
  • Enjoy fresh lemonade & biscochitos
  • Learn about our National Historic Trails
  • Learn about the Santa Fe Trail with an activity hosted by Fort Union National Monument
  • Learn about The Rio Grande Mule & Donkey Association
  • Experience traditional Canova Carving

Sunday, June 3, 2018

Ongoing activities from 10:00am—4:00pm include:

  • Listen to the traditional hymns of New Mexico, Los Alabados! by Dexter Trujillo
  • Make your own rope
  • Visit “Wide Sky Alpacas”
  • Attend the hide tanning and blacksmithing demonstrations
  • Experience a running traditional mill
  • Enjoy fresh lemonade & biscochitos
  • Learn about our National Historic Trails
  • Learn about the Santa Fe Trail with an activity hosted by Fort Union National Monument
  • Learn about The Rio Grande Mule & Donkey Association
  • Experience traditional Canova Carving