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Fishing Report: Smallmouth Bass & More

by Staff Reporter / May 11, 2017 / comments

Speaker Asks: The Spanish Occupation of New Mexico - Was It Worth It?

by Staff Reporter / May 10, 2017 / comments

Walking Tour Of Abiquiu Area Ancestral Pueblo Site

by Staff Reporter / May 08, 2017 / comments

Walking Tour Of Abiquiu Area Ancestral Pueblo Site

Staff Report 
SANTA FE ― The Santa Fe National Forest invites you to celebrate New Mexico Heritage Preservation Month by joining a Forest Service archaeologist Friday, May 19, for a walking tour of the Ancestral Pueblo site of Poshuouinge along the banks of the Rio Chama near Abiquiu.
Poshuouinge is a Tewa word that translates as “village above the muddy river.” The 23-acre site is a large Classic Period pueblo occupied from ca. AD 1375 to 1500. The pueblo consists of two large, contiguous, quadrangular adobe and basalt cobble 
roomblocks (an estimated 700 rooms), two plazas, two kivas, a tower, rock art and agricultural features...

Movie Review: The Zookeeper’s Wife

by Staff Reporter / May 03, 2017 / comments

Spring Community Day at Los Luceros

by Staff Reporter / May 01, 2017 / comments

Fishing Report: Winter Holding On In The High Country

by Staff Reporter / Apr 27, 2017 / comments

Lions and Hikers and Bears, Oh My!

by Staff Reporter / Apr 27, 2017 / comments

First Annual New Mexico Fiber Crawl

by Staff Reporter / Apr 27, 2017 / comments

Ordinary Grace: Master Carver, Manuel Lopez's Exhibit This Week

by Staff Reporter / Apr 26, 2017 / comments

Pojoaque River Art Tour Sign Up

by Staff Reporter / Apr 26, 2017 / comments

Pojoaque River Art Tour Sign Up Deadline This Weekend!

If you are an artist living in the general Pojoaque area, don’t miss this opportunity to be part of the 24th Annual tour scheduled September 16-17th! Participants or those interested should attend the next meeting on April 12th at 5:30 pm at 38A Tunyo Po in San Ildefonso. (Directions are on the website.)
Deadline for final registration is April 30th

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