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The brainchild of Taos' own, singer-songwriter Max Gomez, the Red River Folk Festival is an annual 4-day event held in the resort mountain town of Red River, New Mexico. Carefully curated by Gomez, the festival showcases both emerging artists and nationally touring acts, and is held in partnership with the Miners Market Artisan Crafts Fair, together drawing thousands of visitors to the charming locale every year.

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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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Longtime Taoseños will remember that many years ago there was a simple log bridge that crossed the Red River, connecting the Cebolla Mesa Trail with the Wild Rivers area near Questa. But in 2006 the bridge was washed out, and for 15 years there was no connection between the two areas.

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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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Municipal governments around the Enchanted Circle all hold meetings this week. The town of Taos and others will discuss their Infrastructure Capital Improvement Plans. The county will finish gathering public comments about cannabis and land use regulations. Red River, Questa and Taos Ski Valley will all also discuss new cannabis regulations.

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An employee of 4K River Ranch attempts to clear mud so water doesn’t back up into the nearby campground in Red River on Friday (July 30). Nath…