There's at least one thing that can still bring us all together—the need for fun-based distractions that come in the form of things to do, places to go and people to see. Throw in the encroaching terror of winter (and the way the town kind of goes to sleep at 8:30) and there's your catalyst for getting to the good times while the getting's good. Oh, and they're also lighting up the Plaza for Christmas, and that's always pretty.
Nature is therapy. Take advantage of Autumn and peruse the gardens free of charge for all New Mexico residents.
An exhibit featuring small works by the gallery's artists and farolitos which you may enjoy with hot cider in hand.
Pretty lights—'nuff said. See them turn on for the first time as the square transforms into a winter wonderland. Santa Claus arrives at 6 pm on a decorated vintage red firetruck. Don't forget your wish lists.
New Mexico-based comic artists and writers, and members of 7000 BC, have creator-owned book soft sale and talk about their processes at the comic-centric event.
Shop small and local and nab all your gifts at the tenth annual market presenting ceramics, leather work, chocolates and more.
The choir performs an arrangement for vocal soloists, choice and chamber orchestra at the concert sponsored by El Rancho de Las Golondrinas.
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