The Santa Fe New Mexican weekday email blast is the best for keeping up with what's going on around town. Here's the latest from today's newsletter. If you haven't been to Los Luceros, take some time to enjoy the history and beauty of the farm just north of Espanola.
Fall has arrived, as have the fall festivals. Reunity Resources (1829 San Ysidro Crossing) hosts its Fall Fest from 3-6 pm, Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 24-25, featuring a pumpkin patch, face-painting, paper making, postcard making, a cider press, worm exploration, pony rides, hay rides and more fall fun (tickets are $20 here; the farm stand and food truck also will be open for "local sips and eats"). You can also head north to the Los Luceros Historic Site(253 County Road 41, Alcalde) for its annual Fall Harvest Festival, 10 am to 4 pm, Sunday, Sept. 25, which will feature apple picking; flamenco dancing; arts and food vendors; and ranger-led talks ($7/kids free here). And while the aspens have not quite changed yet, Ski Santa Fe's fall activities are underway, including weekend rides on the Super Chief Quad chairlift, which will continue Saturdays and Sundays through Oct. 9 (roundtrip $20; one-way $15; young adults/seniors $15; children $10; free with a 2022/2023 ski pass. Ski Santa Fe's fall music series also has begun and will feature Group Therapy from 11 am to 3 pm, Sept. 24, playing on the deck at La Casa Lodge (the Ski Santa Fe Car Show also takes place on Saturday). On Sunday, The Wild Marimbas will perform, also from 11 am to 3 pm.