Food, Folks and Fine Art
If you're one of those twisted, forward-thinking Burqueños who gets their holiday shopping done before Thanksgiving, you're probably familiar with the Placitas Holiday Fine Arts and Crafts Sale. Celebrating its 30th year, the event brings 80 artists from scattered Southwestern locales to show their wares. Encompassing everything from glass work to batiks to painted drums, it's held in three locations: the Anasazi Fields Winery, a tent next to Las Placitas Presbyterian Church and Placitas Elementary School. Anasazi is unveiling a cranberry wine, and all three locations will also be selling hot food—from gourmet shrimp tacos to homemade Frito pies. A notable addition to this year's show is linocut artist Susan Junge, who lives in Maine but was one of the festival's founders back in 1982. It all takes place on Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 19 and 20, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admission is free.