Lesley S King; Karl Samson's American Southwest PDF

By Lesley S King; Karl Samson

ISBN-10: 076459883X

ISBN-13: 9780764598838

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Mid-February. Bryce Canyon Winter Festival, Bryce, UT. A winter celebration amid the colorful rock formations of the Bryce Canyon National Park area. Call & 800/468-8660. Mid-February. La Fiesta de los Vaqueros, Tucson, AZ. Cowboy festival and rodeo at the Tucson Rodeo Grounds, including the Tucson Rodeo Parade. com. Late February. New Year’s Day. King’s Day transfer of canes to new officials and various dances at all eight northern New Mexico pueblos. Turtle Dance at Taos Pueblo (no photography allowed).

Call & 505/ takes place at many venues in down294-6722. Labor Day weekend. town Santa Fe. Tickets go on sale in early July and sell out quickly. For La Fiesta de Santa Fe, Santa Fe, NM. santafewineandchile. history, and general merrymaking, La org. Last Wednesday through Sunday Fiesta is the oldest community celebrain September; the big event (Grand tion in the United States. Zozobra, Food & Wine Tasting) is on the last “Old Man Gloom,” a 40-foot-tall Saturday. effigy of wood, canvas, and paper, is Jazz on the Rocks, Sedona, AZ.

Qxd 24 10/27/05 11:30 PM Page 24 C H A P T E R 2 . P L A N N I N G YO U R T R I P TO T H E S O U T H W E S T southern Colorado exhibit and sell their work in this lively community event. org). Last full weekend in July. August The Indian Market, Santa Fe, NM. This is the largest all–Native American market in the country. About 1,200 artisans display their baskets, blankets, jewelry, pottery, and other arts. Sales are brisk. The market is free, but hotels are booked months in advance. Contact the Southwestern Association for Indian Art (& 505/983-5220; www.

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