taos first fridays

If Friday’s weren’t already the best day of the week—they’re now even better!

WHAT: Every month, visitors and locals alike can gather for Taos First Friday (TFF), a lively event that celebrates and showcases our community’s varied talents and offerings.

Here, you can embrace the lively spirit of Taos as pop up galleries, food carts and stores stay open late and music, pub crawls and street performers entertain the masses! First Friday is a perfect way to kick-off the weekend, interact with the community and discover and support local businesses!

WHO: There are many incredible businesses in Taos participating in First Friday, including:

Historic Taos Inn, Letherwerks, Taos Blue, Ammann Gallery, Mudd N Flood, Steppin’ Out, FX18,    Common Thread, Dwellings Revisted, Amina’s Children’s Boutique, Sam’s Shop, Mooncat Fiber, Taos Cookery, Coffee Cats, Earth and Sprit Gallery, Ennui Gallery, La Chiripada Winery, The Underground, Lambert’s of Taos, Chocolate + Cashmere, MoMo Taos, Artemesia, OpCit Bookstore, Coyote Moon, Seconds Eco Store, Clark & Co., La Tierra Mineral Gallery, The Little Place, Monet’s Kitchen, Las     Comadres Gallery, Marshall’s Great Noodles, Chokola Bean to Bar

 WHEN: Taos First Friday is held every first Friday of the month. The 2018 dates are:

Friday, April 6, 2018 Friday, September 7, 2018
Friday, May 4, 2018 Friday, October 5, 2018
Friday, June 1, 2018 Friday, November 2, 2018
Friday, July 6, 2018 Friday, December 7 , 2018
Friday, August 8, 2018


WHY:
Taos is home to a vibrant community of creative minds and talented individuals. First Fridays wants to shed light on our local artisans and shops while also supporting the arts, building community and showing visitors what makes Taos an unforgettable place.

WHERE: Businesses located from the Taos Inn to the Alley Cantina throughout the historic shopping district down Bent Street and throughout the John Dunn House Shops will be open until 8:00 p.m. MST.

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While browsing, keep an eye out for Taos-made products – you can find candles, smudge sticks, delicious food products, and more.

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