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When you think of visiting Carlsbad, the first destination you likely consider is the world-famous caverns. But if that’s the only place you explore, you’re missing out on many other adventures! Let’s visit Carlsbad, starting with the caverns and then going above and beyond, finding more great outdoor opportunities where it is easy to be socially distant. Carlsbad Caverns National Park Perched high on a Permian bluff is the visitor center for Carlsbad Caverns National Park. Thanks to a unique … Read More
Celebrate the Del Sur Market season while shopping for fresh, local food Tuesday, July 6, from 3 to 6 p.m. during the market’s kickoff event. Enjoy a performance by Los Niños de Santa Fe, tastings of Cooking With Kids infused water, a visit from KSWV Suave Radio Live, Youth Works food truck, freebies for everyone, cake, and much more! The Santa Fe Farmers’ Market Del Sur is located in the main parking lot at Presbyterian Santa Fe Medical Center, 4801 … Read More
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