Is it difficult for you to make it to the Tuesday and Saturday morning markets or the Southside Market? Are you looking for family-friendly activities to do this summer? Are you seeking more opportunities to support local agriculture and stock your kitchen with fresh, healthy food?
Stop by after work and enjoy the beautiful Santa Fe summer evenings by shopping at the new Wednesday Night at the Farmers’ Market. This market will begin on July 20, 2016 from 4-8pm and will run for atleast 8 weeks.
The vendors who will kick-off this new market are Bodhi Farm, Cloud Cliff Bakery, Family Farms, Gavilan Farmstead, Green Tractor Farm, Intergalactic Bread, Jacona Farm, Ligaialien, Malandro Farms, Mi Young’s Farm, Nambe Orchards, Old Pecos Foods, Orozco Farm, Pollo Real, Revolution Farm, and more.
Wednesday Night at the Farmers’ Market is being done in collaboration with many Railyard businesses, as part of Wednesday Nights In the Railyard – Feed the Senses
The Wednesday Night Farmers’ Market is done in collaboration with businesses throughout the Railyard.
Are you hungry for something to do mid-week? Come feed your senses in the Railyard with amazing art; music, dinner, and drinks; an evening farmers market; family movies; African dance; Santa Fe Clay lecture Series, and much more!
Free street and surface parking after 6pm!
Railyard Arts District galleries:
Blue Rain Gallery
Charlotte Jackson Fine Art
form & concept
William Siegal Gallery
They will offer extended viewing hours of current featured exhibitions and special presentations and art-centric events paralleling the excitement of Wednesday Nights in the Railyard ~ Feed the Senses. These leading contemporary galleries are housed in spacious warehouse style buildings within walking distance of each other and art maps are available at each venue. The Railyard Arts District (RADTM) seeks to add to the dynamic allure of the Santa Fe Railyard through coordinated events like the Last Friday Art Walk, Free Fridays at SITE Santa Fe and now you can explore the exhilarating and diverse art scene after hours on Wednesday Nights in the Railyard!
This summer, Santa Fe will join Brooklyn, New York, Boston, Atlanta, and Houston as a host for the large outdoor photography exhibit called THE FENCE. The Exhibition will be displayed in in the Railyard Art Park in two locations: a 700 feet long horizontal row along the bike trail and the Circular Ramada at the corner of Guadalupe and Cerrillos.
THE FENCE features the work of 56 talented photographers from New Mexico and around the world. The goal of this unique exhibition is to present exceptional work that is innovative and accessible to all people.
OTHER WEDNESDAY EVENTS IN THE RAILYARD
The Railyard Performance Center is offering their Wednesday evening African Dance ($12 – $15) and Contact Improv classes.
Santa Fe Clay is offering a Wednesday Evening Ceramic Artist Lecture Series (free).
Second Street Brewery will have specials and live music.
The Violet Crown will have Wednesday Family Movie Nights, Pint Nights, and other special programming.