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The Taos Wool Festival is so much more than a fiber arts festival. It’s a happening. People travel here from all over just to be part of it.” Clearly, there are a lot of people happy to know that ‘The Happening’ is once again happening. In its 38th year, the Taos Wool Festival takes place Oct. 2 and 3 in Kit Carson Park. Among the socially distanced spaces, touch-free transactions, and sanitizing efforts, the always popular sheep shearing and raucous speed knitting, spinning, and crochet contests will take place. A silent auction will be held on Sunday. More information can be found at taoswoolfestival.org. The festival has free admission and starts at 9 a.m. both days.

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Taos Fall Arts Festival is back! You’ve probably already cleared your calendar but let us remind you again: Taos Fall Arts Festival makes its return in a big way this weekend. For the next ten days, the 46 year-old grande dame of Taos’ cultural events offers you an autumn cornucopia of everything art-related. Paintings, prints, mixed media, installation, sculpture, and more: it’s all there for you to enjoy.

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You've probably already cleared your calendar but let us remind you again: Taos Fall Arts Festival makes its return in a big way this weekend. For the next ten days, the 46 year-old grande dame of Taos' cultural events offers you an autumn cornucopia of everything art-related.

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Red River will once again echo with the down-home sounds of folk music this Thursday through Sunday (Sept. 23-26). The Red River Folk Festival returns for 2021 – after a break due to a global pandemic – with a stacked lineup filled with new favorites and old friends.

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As expansive as the term “arts and crafts” may be, its umbrella encompasses a lot of history, a lot of tradition in Northern New Mexico. 

 From the earliest Native artists painting on stone, to the artists lining the plazas in Santa Fe and Taos, to the fairs and festivals that add life and color to our communities every autumn, art and craft are woven into the fabric of this land.

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'For the first time in my career I've decided to make an album that is a full collaboration with another artist - my son Ryan Murphey. We wrote, arranged, produced and performed all of the songs together. The result is something different than either of us have done before, yet it contains all the things with which we've experimented," Michael Martin Murphey said about his new release "Road Beyond The View," a collaboration with his son Ryan.

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The 6th Annual Red River Folk Festival returns Sept. 23-26, 2021. Venues include Brandenburg Park, The Motherlode Saloon, and The Bittercreek Ranch Amphitheater. Tickets are available for the musical feast, featuring Michael Martin Murphey, Mary Gauthier, Junior Brown, Max Gomez, Terry Allen, Jed Zimmerman, Bob Livingston and more.