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The New Mexico Governor’s Mansion Foundation is releasing a new short film narrated by award-winning author Hampton Sides that tells the story of New Mexico’s historic Governor’s Mansion. With tours of the home cancelled due to COVID-19, the film provides a rare opportunity to see parts of the building and grounds that are seldom on display. Check out this short trailer and find the full-length video HERE.

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Fiesta de Santa Fe

For more than 300 years, every September, the Santa Fe Fiesta Council proudly invites people from all backgrounds to celebrate historic Santa Fe culture with events that highlight the talents of Northern New Mexico cultura! Enjoy the arts and crafts booths along with music, dancing, entertainment and food booths that line the historic Santa Fe Plaza during the Fiesta Labor Day weekend. The cry of ¡Viva la Fiesta! will ring through the streets as the 311th Annual Fiesta de Santa … Read More

Grieving Youth Are a Primary Concern at Gerard’s House

According to the Children’s Bereavement Estimation Model, 1 in 10 New Mexico children will experience the death of a parent or sibling by the age of 18. When that happens, where will they get the support they need? If they live in Northern New Mexico, the answer is Gerard’s House, a nonprofit organization serving the Northern New Mexico community since 1997. But they can’t do it alone. Your help is vital. What Is The Gerard’s House Mission? Gerard’s House is … Read More

New Mexico’s Historic Sites Tell a Story of Epic Proportions
coronado historic site

While it is one of the newest states in the US, admitted to the union in only 1912, New Mexico’s history is an ancient one. The name ‘New Mexico’, or Nuevo Mexico in Spanish, was given to the region as late as 1563, more than two hundred years before US independence from Britain. Even the state’s current capital, Santa Fe, was founded as a capital of New Spain in 1610. For thousands of years, the region that would one day … Read More