At La Vina Winery. Every Sunday (May through October). Bring a picnic or your favorite wine snack and enjoy an afternoon of music-a little folk, country, and rock and roll. Sunday Market features seasonal local farm-fresh produce, handmade American arts and crafts, La Vina wine tastings, and a family and pet friendly environment. Free admission.
An old fashioned corn maze for the kiddos and the "kids at heart". Take a hay ride out to the pumpkin patch to select your perfect Jack-O-Lantern, and go on to discover the many twists and turns of the corn field maze. Saturday and Sunday's from 11 am to 7 pm from October 1-30, 2016.
$12 for Adults
$10 for Children under 12
FREE for Children under 2
Come Celebrate Day of the Dead with lots of music and food at Old Mesilla Plaza. A giant pinata will be broken open and homemade altars on display, and the dead are remembered by way of a candlelight procession (on November 2nd at 6 pm to the cemetery). San Albino Church is located in Old Mesilla Plaza and is the address listed for the plaza so you can locate this awesome plaza!
Saturday, noon to 7 PM.
Sunday, noon to 5 PM.
Come enjoy a weekend with Kings and Queens at the Annual Renaissance ArtsFaire at Young Park. Artisans will gather together to participate in a juried art show and exhibition. High quality arts and crafts are for sale and are accompanied by live theater, dancing, music and food; all with a Renaissance theme.
Second-annual event showcasing foods and food products grown and produced here in New Mexico. With the holiday seasons around the corner, visitors are invited to come and purchase the best that New Mexico has to offer.
Event is a partnership between the Museum and the New Mexico Department of Agriculture as more than 50 vendors from around the state will be at the show and market.
At New Mexico Farm & Ranch Heritage Museum. Includes roping and riding demonstrations, "cowboy food," dancing and cowboy poetry.
Hours: Saturday 9 AM to 5 PM; Sunday 10 AM to 4 PM. Admission: $5 for everyone 5 and over.
28th Annual Bataan Death March. A challenging annual march through the high desert of White Sands Missile Range in honor of the service members who defended the Philippine Islands during World War II, sacrificing their freedom, health, and, in many cases, their lives. Where: White Sands Missile Range on Highway 70 E. Begins at 6 am.
Trinity Site (location of the first atomic bomb explosion on earth) is open to the public twice a year (on the first Saturday in April and on the first Saturday in October). Considered more of an open house event than a guided tour. No charge and no reservations required.
New Mexico's oldest winery, La Vina Winery, is hosting a Spring Wine Fest weekend to include great music and great wine. Typically held the final weekend each April.
Runs for noon to 7 PM both Saturday and Sunday. Over 20 wines are available for tasting and for purchasing. Festival admission is $20 and includes souvenir glass and a choice of nine tastes or a full glass. There is a $10 admission charged for guests 12-20 years of age, and guests 11 and under are admitted free of charge.
A traditional Mexican fiesta honoring Mexico's second revolution will take place in historic Old Mesilla Plaza. This fiesta will include traditional Mexican music, food and dancing.
Hours: Saturday, noon to 10 PM; Sunday noon to 7:30 PM.
New Mexico Brewers Guild proudly present the 5th Annual Blazin Brewfest on Saturday, May 6th from 5 PM to 9 PM. Breweries from around the state will arrive en masse to pour their fresh, full-flavored ales and lagers. Food trucks, games and live music will round out an awesome and fun evening.
Admission $15 Early Bird tickets available, $20 at the door. Each guest will receive a souvenir pint glass and samples from the New Mexico breweries in attendance.