Then and Now: 1500s to 2017
Remember when we had to walk on foot from Mexico to Santa Fe? Me either, because the longest I had to walk was a mile when buses couldn't make it up my hill during winter in middle school, and that's the farthest I'll ever walk! If you're like me and have knowingly romanticized the past, don't miss the El Camino Real Trade Fair at the Gutierrez-Hubble House this Saturday, Oct. 14. From 10am to 4pm, you can learn about the El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro stemming from central Mexico leading the way to Santa Fe and all the hardships, conquests and tall tales through reenactments, educational sessions and an aparejo mule packing demonstration. Even if that's not exactly your thing, you can still enjoy live entertainment, browse the work of local artisans and the turquoise trunk show. There's even going to be Navajo rug authentications on site!
Saturday Oct 14, 2017
Albuquerque, NM 87105
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Weaving demos, living history re-enactments, educational sessions, local artisans, entertainment, kids's activities, Navajo rug authentications, Turquoise trunk show and an aparejo mule packing demonstration.
Bernalillo County Open Space and partners are excited to present the first Trade Fair at the Gutiérrez -Hubbell House History and Culture Center. El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro is the Royal Road stemming from Mexico City to New Mexico and was central to the settling of New Mexico beginning in 1598. Discover the rich history of hardships, conquests, and enchanting tales of this historic trail. Activities include; weaving demonstrations, living history re-enactments, educational sessions, local artisans, entertainment, children's activities, Navajo rug authentications, Turquoise trunk show and aparejo mule packing demonstration.