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We will fill you in on what’s happening up here at 7200 ft and take you on tours of the studios, galleries and workshops of the most interesting artists and artisans who live and work here, into the salons, spas, boutiques, restaurants and bars that count.
This summer, celebrating their 8th annual event and their biggest fund-raiser of the year, Holy Cross Hospital’s Cancer Support Services are going all out, to top their prior efforts in raising money (and awareness) about Cancer’s impact on our community.
When Susan Dilger and her husband arrived in Taos for the first time in 2003 (at the invitation of friends from Santa Fe) the Taos Talking Pictures Festival was in high gear back then, and a low-key look around the sleepy town – the antithesis of Los Angeles, their home at the time – had them falling in love at first sight.
With beer and wine and brick oven pizza, along with live entertainment and other events planned, Gutters is going to be a fantastic addition to Taos. Featuring 12-lanes with a sleek and retro design, bowling culture is well represented.
All around Taos there are a myriad of rivers, lakes and streams to fish in. Here are three, easy to find, not hard to get to, fishing holes to cast your line into.
Initiated by Sarah Basehart (Seconds and Glam Trash), after seeing how it was blowing up in other parts of the country, it has become a wonderful way for locals to connect with business owners in Taos, as well as for visitors to have a chance to meet some folks who actually live here!
“It’s a way to experience untamed and completely different parts of our region, without having to sacrifice creature comforts.”
We learn the same lessons until they become the fiber of our being, and we’re off on another exploration, beginning fresh. This is one of the big cheeses of the yoga program: find a boundary, examine it, taste it, swallow it whole as you supersede it, and lovingly move forward.
Farm to Table here at El Monte is a wonderful collaboration with Angelisa Espinoza. Featuring produce from El Monte’s garden and local farmers here in Taos, beautiful seasonal spreads featuring appetizers, salads, entrees and desserts are all served family style on the Taos Mountain Lawn.
You’ve got the dress, found a venue, a florist and a hairdresser, but finding a make-up artist has proved elusive. Either difficult to find, or hard to get in touch with, we know you’ve got a lot on your plate, so we’ve done the footwork for you.