- $6 – Adult Admission (16 years and older)
- $3 – Youth Admission (3 through 15 years old)
- Free – Children under 3 years old
- Tickets can be purchased online at HTTPS://LIGHTSLUCEROS.EVENTBRITE.COM or in person at the Los Luceros Historic Site Visitor Center (Thursday through Monday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.)
- Matachines de Alcalde
- Olivia Romero – Poet
- Hispano Guitar Duo
- Northern Pueblo Dance Group
- Local Pianists
- Marci Martinez – Fire Forms: Metal artwork and designer comals (Not Your Mamma’s Comal)
- Isiah Lopez – Santero
- Ramon Trujillo – Tinwork Artist
- Molly Hodosko – Upcycled Jewelry
- Margaret Sargent – San Ildefonso Pueblo Jewelry
- Martha Romero – Nambe Pueblo Pottery
- Quita Ortiz – Herbalist from Pojoaque focusing on cultural traditions with a modern edge
- Platero Fry Bread & Navajo Tacos
- Jen’s Taste of New Mexico
About New Mexico Historic Sites: http://nmhistoricsites.org/
New Mexico Historic Sites are a division of the Department of Cultural Affairs, under the leadership of the Board of Regents for the Museum of New Mexico. Programs and exhibits are generously supported by the Museum of New Mexico Foundation, through the generous support of donors.
On March 14, 1931, the New Mexico Historic Site system was established by an Act for the Preservation of the Scientific Resources of New Mexico, to “declare by public proclamation that historic and prehistoric structures and other objects of scientific interest that are situated upon the lands owned or controlled by the State of New Mexico, shall be state monuments, and may reserve as a part thereof such parcels of land as may be necessary to the proper care and management of the objects to be protected.” Under the direction of the New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs, eight sites are open to the public: Coronado, Fort Selden, Fort Stanton, Fort Sumner Historic Site/Bosque Redondo Memorial, Jemez, Lincoln and Los Luceros.
In 2003, the J. Paul Taylor Family bequeathed the Taylor-Barela-Reynolds House and Property on the Mesilla Plaza to the Department of Cultural Affairs. Still serving as J. Paul Taylor’s private home, the property will become a Historic Site after his passing. Events, news releases and images about activities at New Mexico Historic Sites, and other Department of Cultural Affairs divisions can be accessed at media.newmexicoculture.org.