A city as enchanting as Santa Fe is the perfect place for the upcoming holidays and Thanksgiving is officially upon us. More than just a holiday of big meals and indulgences, it is also a time to spend with family, respect old traditions, and possibly make some new ones. Never one to disappoint, the city of Santa Fe has the events and activities that are sure to make your Thanksgiving one to remember.

The Holiday Train/Family Gathering Hotshot
Date: November 24th
Time: 1:00 - 3:30 pm
Place: The Santa Fe Railway, 410 S. Guadalupe Street, Santa Fe, NM 87501
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There are two options for a great new holiday tradition here - Take family and friends on a fun afternoon train ride to the Galisteo Basin the day before Thanksgiving OR take the train to Lamy and enjoy beautiful scenery, and maybe even a picnic the day after Thanksgiving. This may very well depend on how highly you value your Black Friday shopping day.

Circus Luminous at the Lensic
Date: November 26th - 28th
Time: Friday - 7 pm, Saturday - 2 pm & 7 pm, Sunday - 4 pm
Place: The Lensic Performing Arts Center, 211 West San Francisco Street   Santa Fe, NM 87501
You may have thought you've been to the circus before, but then you experience Circus Luminous. This is the circus in fitting Santa Fe style - local aerialists and acrobats that perform breath-defying circus acts created and performed by an all dance and musical cast. The entire circus is predominantly local which is no surprise considering the unparalleled artistic ability of the Santa Fe community.

The 2010 SWAIA Winter Indian Market with Robert Mirabal in Concert
Date: November 27th & 28th (Robert Mirabal Concert)
Time: Saturday - 9am - 5pm & Sunday, 10am - 4pm.
Place: Santa Fe Convention Center, 201 W. Marcy St.
This Winter Indian Market is a tradition in Santa Fe - always held during the Thanksgiving weekend. This year the market includes 130 Native artists, 8 artist demonstrators, a silent auction, the "Fashion Row" fashion show, and a special holiday concert by Robert Mirabal.  At only $5 for admission or $15 for the concert and entrance fee, this annual event is definitely not to be missed!

If you are new to Santa Fe New Mexico, you may still be suffering from a little shell shock of moving to a new town, especially during the holidays. I can assure you, Santa Fe New Mexico is a friendly and welcoming place. This city is rich with traditions and annual events. The best thing to do is jump right in and become a part of it all! I am here to help if you are looking for a friendly face and a knowledgable source. I know everything there is to know about Santa Fe Real Estate and the Santa Fe Community.

Susan Orth & Isabella Luconi
Certified Residential Specialist (CRS)
City Different Realty

Phone: 505-216-6535
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