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    The Art of Flamenco

    January 21

    Arts and culture are at the epicenter of what makes New Mexico such an inspiring destination. From painting and sculpture to song and dance, there are a number of ways to connect with the passion for arts our city has. Enter, Flamenco.

    Flamenco dance is one of the most passionate, energetic and powerful art forms to both take in and learn. With a rich history originating in Spain, the rhythm and art of each stomp of a dancer’s foot, in line with a guitar and hand clap, Flamenco is a living and breathing interpretation of emotion. Try your foot at this beautiful art form locally at EmiArteFlamenco, a company launched in 2014 comprised of local and international artists. Performances and classes work to bring the community together with a concentration on the love for Flamenco and a desire to support the local Santa Fe artistic community. While taking in a show is powerful, indulging in a class or series of classes during your stay will bring you even closer to your own inner emotions. Drop-in classes are available for both adults and children (make it a family affair!) Get all of the dancing details here and we’ll see you on the dance floor!

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    A 2021 Virtual Celebration

    December 23

    It's no secret that 2020 has been a difficult year for many, but we can still celebrate the passing of a trying year and welcome the upcoming one with open minds and open hearts.

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    A Hike Through Santa Fe

    November 19

    The fall season is the perfect time to reconnect with nature in its purest form. Awaken your senses and get some fresh air at these famous Santa Fe hiking locations. 

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  • The Spirit of Santa Fe

    October 12

    Did you know that spirituality influenced the history and culture of Santa Fe? See some of the still-standing sights that helped establish the city.

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    A Cozy Evening In

    September 07

    Who doesn’t love spending a cozy evening indoors after a full day of work or play? Here at The Sage Hotel in Santa Fe, we make it easy to unwind.

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    Four-Legged Guests Welcome

    August 03

    Pets are family and we’re proud to be a pet-friendly destination resort that welcomes guests with four legs and paws. From pet beds and “good boy/good girl” treats to eco-friendly waste bags and more, we want to make your stay as comfortable as possible.

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    O’Keeffe from Anywhere

    July 01

    Opened to the public in July 1997, The Georgia O’Keeffe Museum pays homage to one of the great American artists of our time.

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    The Concept of Caring at The Sage Hotel

    June 01

    In partnership with our parent company Concept Hotels, The Sage Hotel is tremendously proud to announce our newest program, the Concept of Caring, a multifold initiative that supports the sentiment and spirit of our highest priority, taking care of our guests.

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    Ancestral Pueblo People

    May 04

    Before the Spaniards traveled northward from present-day Mexico via El Camino Real and settled here, the Santa Fe area was home to the thriving Pueblos.

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    Churches of Santa Fe

    April 06

    Spanish Catholicism has deeply influenced the history and culture of Santa Fe, and has certainly left its mark architecturally.

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    Film Fans in Santa Fe

    March 02

    This March 16 and 17, the Santa Fe Conservation Trust brings the Banff Centre Film Festival World Tour to Santa Fe.

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    Shop Your Heart Out

    February 06

    A visit to Santa Fe is never complete without a souvenir. There’s something about New Mexican handcrafts and artisan goods—they’re colorful, charming, have cultural significance, and make great gifts.

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    Day Trip to Hot Springs

    January 06

    Self-care is not just a trend—it’s a wise way to start off a new decade. For your winter getaway in Santa Fe, consider a day trip that will have you soothing your mind and body.

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    Farolitos and Fa La La

    December 02

    Santa Fe truly lights up during the longest nights of the year. The tradition for holiday luminescence has deep historical roots. In the 1800s, small bonfires were lit around town to guide residents and visitors to Christmas Mass in Santa Fe.

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    Santa Fe's Artistic Streak

    November 01

    November is the month for holiday shopping, and what better opportunity than your trip to Santa Fe to pick up one-of-a-kind items to delight your loved ones? Santa Fe has a well-known artistic streak, so you can source very original gifts here.

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    Santa Fe's Spooky Arts Scene

    October 07

    Halloween is about creativity—pumpkin carving, creating costumes, cookie decorating—and Santa Fe’s holiday scene is all about channeling your inner artist.

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    Meow Wolf: From Local Collaboration to National Fascination

    September 02

    Santa Fe is a renowned art destination—from the Georgia O’Keefe Museum to the Museum of Indian Arts & Culture. But one museum has taken on a life of its own and gained momentum on a national level.

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    Santa Fe's Original Fire Festival

    August 05

    Burning Man may be the hot topic when it comes to pyro festivals, but 60 years before there was Burning Man, there was the Burning of Zozobra.

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    Santa Fe's Patriotic Flavor

    July 01

    When it comes to Independence Day, Santa Fe packs in the patriotism in a two-part, full-day way. We think it’s safe to say that America’s favorite meal is breakfast, and there’s no better way in our minds than to start off the Fourth of July with a full plate of pancakes—soaked with maple syrup and a side of bacon, of course. 

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    Santa Fe's Opera House Sets the Golden Standard

    June 03

    From pig farm to opera house, the Santa Fe Opera has embraced its settings and grown up to become one of the finest houses in the nation.

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    Santa Fe's Farm Fresh Flavors

    May 06

    It’s the sound of a fresh eggshell cracking, the scent of a rainbow of flowers, the sensation of chewing a chili pepper — it’s Santa Fe’s summer market.

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    Santa Fe's Museums and Storied Histories

    April 01

    Spring is officially here and what better time of year to fully immerse yourself in understanding the origins of Santa Fe’s cultures.

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    A Tour of Santa Fe's Signature Spirit

    March 04

    Santa Fe is the center of a string of trails from the El Camino Real to the Old Santa Fe Trail. Stay warm as we head into spring with a journey down one of the city’s modern-day trails: the Margarita Trail.

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    Valentine's Day the Santa Fe Way

    February 01

    There may still be a chill in the air, but it’s not hard this Valentine’s month to warm up with your loved one in the great outdoors. Heat things up from the start and set the tone for your day with a dip in one of the area’s many natural hot springs. 

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    Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth This Year

    January 01

    The holiday season may be over, but that doesn’t mean the season of eating sweets has to stop. These Santa Fe shops are the best spots around to get your sugar fix.

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    A Santa Fe Christmas Celebration

    December 03

    There aren’t too many places where the spirit of the season is shared as a community. But in Santa Fe, holiday parties take to the streets and festivities truly come to life.

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    Changing Seasons, Snowy Slopes

    November 05

    It’s hard to believe that Halloween has passed, Thanksgiving is fast approaching, and fall is nearly over. But the changing seasons means winter is coming and so is ski season!

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    The Spiritual Side of Santa Fe

    October 01

    Spirituality influenced the history and culture of Santa Fe as much as anything. See some of the still-standing sights that helped establish the city.

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    Petroglyphs of the Pueblo People

    September 03

    Before the El Camino Real and the establishment of this Southwest City, the Santa Fe area was home to the thriving Ancestral Pueblo people.

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    The Plaza: A Place Where Traders and Trails Met

    August 06

    As the endpoint of several travel and trade routes—The Santa Fe Trail, El Camino Real and Old Spanish Trail—Santa Fe has drawn tradesmen and pioneers for more than 400 years.

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    Santa Fe's Hand Crafted Heritage

    July 02

    The deep-seated influence of Spanish and Native American cultures is evident in Santa Fe, and summer brings spectacular ways to dive in and experience the arts of these cultures.

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    Savor Santa Fe's Unique Culinary Scene

    June 04

    This summer, savor all the spices and sensations Santa Fe’s food scene has to offer. Las Cosas Kitchen Shoppe and Cooking School host regular classes that reflect the culture and deep-rooted cuisine of New Mexico.

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    Interactive Art Installation at Meow Wolf

    May 07

    Have you ever wanted to be part of a living art installation? Only in Santa Fe, at Meow Wolf’s House of Eternal Return, can the whole family immerse themselves in a compilation of artistic technology created to inspire visitors of all ages. 

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    Gallery Hop Down Canyon Road

    April 02

    An afternoon is always well spent exploring Canyon Road. With more than 100 galleries, boutiques and cafes along a half-mile stretch, choosing where to go first can be a challenge.

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    Learn the Art of Flamenco

    March 05

    Arts and culture are at the epicenter of what makes New Mexico such an inspiring destination. From painting and sculpture to song and dance, there are a number of ways to connect with the passion for arts our city has. Enter, Flamenco.

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    The Santa Fe Margarita Trail

    February 05

    California is known as wine country, Kentucky is synonymous with the bourbon trail, but did you know that Santa Fe is home to the Margarita Trail? Created in the spirit of our city’s unique culture and culinary creativity through a variety of 100% agave tequilas, a selection of 31, yes 31, hand-crafted margaritas can be found on the Santa Fe Margarita Trail. 

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    A Look at the Santa Fe Museum Scene

    January 08

    Santa Fe is known for an abundance of art and culture, including a renowned collection of destination museums. While you might be upset that Game of Thrones won’t be back until 2019, Santa Fe is home to Meow Wolf: House of Eternal Return, an art installation supported by author and local resident George R.R. Martin. 

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