You can look forward to examples of folk dancing and international music from countries such as Oman, Nigeria, and Cuba. These mark just a few of the sights and sounds happening during the Market. Click here for the schedule.
Don’t forget the Market Passport Program being held on Sunday’s Family Day, July 11, a program partially funded by the Santa Fe Council on International Relations. Children are invited to travel the world collecting country stickers from the artists’ booths for their Market Passport. Click here for the Educational Schedule.