Jemez Springs is attractive year round for its many outdoor recreational activities as well as cultural events. The Village hosts several key annual events unique to the area as well as weekly events, retreats, and workshops. Be sure to book lodging well in advance for larger events as capacity is limited.
|January:||New Year's Eve celebrations throughout the Village|
|February:||Cabin Fever Festival|
|April:||Earth Day Cleanup|
|July:||4th of July Parade and Fireworks|
|August:||Jemez Pueblo Independence Day Ceremony and Run|
|September:||I Heart Jemez Art Fest|
|October:||Jemez Mountain Trail Sale, Jemez Pueblo Feast Day|
|December:||Light Among the Ruins|
The Run is designed to draw attention for the need to license Naturopathic Doctors in New Mexico, and will be introduced on the Senate Floor as SB 135 during the legislative sesssion.
The Run commences at 9 a.m. on Sunday, Feb. 10 at Bosque School in Albuquerque and continues to Bernalillo where runners can get lunch at Kaktus Brewing. The Jemez Springs leg of the run will begin at 3:15 p.m. from The Bluffs National Recreation Area “fishing access” sign, north of mile marker 14 on Hwy 4. The newly renovated Jemez Springs Bath House will be reopened and offering free soaks for runners at 4 p.m. A “Runception” will follow at Second Alarm Brewing, where the brewery’s in-house restaurant, Monica’s Firehouse Grill, will provide complimentary tacos to runners.
The run will resume on Feb. 11 to Santa Fe, followed by a 7:30 p.m. gathering at Santa Fe Brewing Co. The Run will finish on Feb. 12 in Santa Fe when the runners will walk together to the Capitol steps in support of SB 135. For a complete itinerary, visit www.therun.org.
The entry fee to participate in the entire 60 mile run is a $75 donation fee. The 5K and kids runs are free. To participate and support SB 135, please register online at www.therun.org. This is a rain or shine event.
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To register, visit www.therun.org.