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El Camino Real Trade Fair Steps Back into History

Experience the 1800s along El Camino Real through living history reenactments and interactions, weaving demonstrations, a blacksmith and even cannon firings.

Plan to attend the El Camino Real Trade Fair happening this Saturday, Oct. 14 from 10 a.m. — 4 p.m. at the Gutierrez-Hubbell House, 6029 Isleta Blvd. SW, about three miles south of Rio Bravo Boulevard.

This family-friendly event is free.

Local artisans will sell their wares and the Tractor Brewing Co. will offer beer to whet the whistle. Navajo rug authentications and evaluations will occur on-site and there will be a jewelry and textiles trunk show in the parlor of the main house.

Children’s activities include art, the National Park Service’s Junior Ranger program and old-time board games.

Rounding out this yesteryear event are the modern amenities of food trucks, educational workshops and live entertainment that varies by the hour.

This event will is presented by Bernalillo County Open Space in partnership with the Hubbell House Alliance, New Mexico Historic Sites, El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro Trail Association, Hubbell Trading Post, the National Trails Intermountain Region and the National Park Service.

 

To view a slideshow of the El Camino Real Trade Fair event on Flickr, click on the image below. 

El Camino Real Trade Fair 2017

Vendor registration is now open for the El Camino Real Trade Fair. Application available here.


 

 

 

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