For the adventurous traveler who craves truly authentic experiences, Santa Fe County is the destination that feeds the soul and energizes the spirit. Enjoy world-class hiking, biking, skiing, invigorating spa and wellness retreats, and a celebrated local cuisine.
El Rancho de Las Golondrinas Winter Lecture Series—Nancy Bartlit “The Santa Fe Japanese Internment Camp in the Shadow of Los Alamos 1942–1946” Nancy Bartlit is an author, oral historian, amateur photographer, and a Chautauqua lecturer listed with the N.M. Humanities Council and the Historical Society of New Mexico. A resident of Los Alamos, Nancy was formerly Chairman of the County Council.
Decode the ancient past through the eyes of a geologist. Local Rockhound Scott Renbarger will be your guide.
Explore the night sky above the park. Catch the green laser guided tour of bright stars and constellations followed by close-up views of star clusters, nebulae and distant galaxies through telescopes.
El Rancho de las Golondrinas Winter Lecture Series—Carmella Padilla “Eva Scott Fenyes, Leonora Scott Muse Curtin, Leonora Curtin Paloheimo and the Cultural Crafting of Santa Fe” Santa Fe native Carmella Padilla is an award-winning author and editor who has written extensively about the Hispano art, culture and history of New Mexico.
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