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Traditional Spanish Market
Art by more than 250 adult and youth market artists will be on view and for sale at the 63rd annual event on the Santa Fe Plaza. Includes traditional live music on the bandstand, local cuisine and demonstrations.
The burning of the Zozobra (aka Old Man of Gloom), a 50 ft tall marionette is presented every year by the Kiwanis Club of Santa Fe. One of Santa Fe's unique cultural traditions began in 1924, when artist Will Shuster conceived of a giant "Old Man Gloom" effigy stuffed with people's written hardships of the previous year. The 50 foot tall papier-mache puppet is torched annually before 23,000 screaming people and powerfully symbolizes the purging of undesirable experiences. Event occurs at Fort Marcy Park.
Santa Fe Renaissance Fair.
Clan Tynker and medieval combat, jugglers, live entertainment and dancers. Also vendors, kids' games and delicious food, drinks and mead. Dress in your best costume and revel in Spanish-tinged medieval and renaissance culture, eat turkey legs, enjoy games, fend off pirates, listen to live entertainment, dance and generally have a raucously good ol' time rollicking on the 200 acre colonial rancho.
Santa Fe Wine and Chile Fiesta
Five-day event dedicated to food and wine. Includes wine seminars, cooking classes, guest chef luncheons, a live auction, a reserve wine tasting, a silent auction and a Grand Tasting with 79 restaurants and 90 wineries at the Santa Fe Opera, Highway 84/285, exit 168,
Historic Canyon Road Paint Out
The art-loving public is invited to mingle with 100 artists painting en plein air during the 2014 event. Artists will be painting outdoors in front of the century old adobes that line Canyon Road and are home to world-class galleries and sculpture gardens.