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Native Treasures Indian Arts Festival.
More than 200 Native American artists sell their museum-quality work in this weekend festival. Santa Fe Community Convention Center, 201 W. Marcy St., 505-476-1250.
July 4th Pancakes on the Plaza.
Every 4th of July volunteers serve up griddle-hot pancakes to benefit children and families through programs of the Rotary Club of Santa Fe and the Santa Fe New Mexicans Community Fund. Breakfast 7am-12noon, vintage car show 7am-1pm, entertainment 7am-3pm, arts and crafts show 7am-5pm, Santa Fe Plaza, 505-984-0022,
July 4th Fireworks
Sponsored by the Boys & Girls Club. 6-10pm. Santa Fe High School on Siringo Road. 505-983-6632
Herb and Lavender Fair.
Tour the museums herb gardens, make your own lavender wand, hear expert presentations on cultivating lavender, buy lavender/herb products, enjoy live music, and sample foods made with lavender. 10am-4pm, El Rancho de las Golodrinas, 505-471-2261,
Battlefield New Mexico: The Civil War and More
Learn about the role New Mexico played in the U.S. Civil War. Military drills, camp life, lectures, and reenactments of Civil War battles fought in New Mexico at Glorieta Pass and Apache Canyon, just southeast of Santa Fe. 10am-4pm, El Rancho de las Golondrinas, 505-471-2261, http://www.golondrinas.org .
Eldorado Studio Tour
About 10 mins from the campground on US 285 you can visit more than 90 artist studios. There's an impressive array of work to see and buy, including stained glass, digital art, fiber arts, photography, and more. 9am-5pm
Santa Fe Century Ride/Bike/Run.
29th annual bicycle event that starts at Christus St. Vincent's Regional Medical Center, corner of St. Michaels Dr. and Hospital Dr. A hundred miles of history pass under your wheels as you bicycle down the ancient and scenic Turquoise Trail through old mining towns of Madrid and Golden, villages and mountain passes. 25, 50, & 75 mile routes also available. 505-982-1282. 5am-2pm
Spring Festival and Childrens Fair.
Costumed villagers shearing sheep, baking bread and more, plus animals, games, and hands-on activities for kids. 10am-4pm, El Rancho de las Golondrinas, 505-471-2261,
Santa Fe Indian Market
SWAIAs 93rd year old market features artwork by top Native American artists. Draw's in approximately 100,000 people. Santa Fe Plaza, 505-983-5220,