Calendar of Events

May 27, 2017

Historic Marker Dedications in Lincoln National Forest

Check out the ribbon cuttings for two historic markers and tour the area known as Baca Campground in Lincoln National Forest.

The site a CCC Camp, girls camp, and Japanese detention Camp, the historic Baca Campground site has a fascinating history. Camp Capitan was written up in national magazines for its successful education programs designed for girls and young women whose families were especially hard-hit by the Great Depression. The girls become tinsmith, weavers, builders, and bookkeepers. They even dug their own swimming hole on the grounds and built a rock chimney, which is all that remains of the camp.

Events begin at 1 p.m.at the picnic area at the junction of Highway US 380 & Forest Road 52/County Road 002, approximately 1.5 miles north of Lincoln. The Official Scenic Historic Markers honor Lucy Lepper Shaw, founder of Camp Capitan, and the history of the Raton Ranch Baca Campground.

Location: Junction of U.S. 380, Forest Service Rd 53, Co. Road 002
Contact: Lincoln National Forest, 575-343-7276

June 9, 2017

Cultural Properties Review Committee, 1 p.m.

The regularly scheduled, bi-monthly meeting of the CPRC

Location: Old Senate Chambers, Bataan Memorial Building, 407 Galisteo St., Santa Fe
Contact: Lynnis Jacks, 505-827-4259

July 28, 2017

Application deadline for State Income Tax Credit for Registered Cultural Properties

Completed applications received on or before this date will be reviewed at the August Cultural Properties Review Committee meeting.

Location: HPD downtown office or by e-mail
Contact: Harvey Kaplan, 505-827-3971, harvey.kaplan@state.nm.us

August 11, 2017

Cultural Properties Review Committee, 1 p.m.

Regularly scheduled bi-monthly meeting

Location: Old Senate Chambers, Bataan Memorial Building, 407 Galisteo St., Santa Fe
Contact: Lynnis Jacks, 505-827-4259

August 12, 2017

Cleveland Roller Mill Museum Benefit Dance

Don’t miss this Annual Mill Dance at the historic Cleveland Roller Mill Museum. Proceeds benefit the Mill. The Rifters, a southwestern country-dance band Plays at 7:00 pm or thereabouts.
The Dance is preceded by a potluck on the lawn at 4:30pm for those who would like to participate.
Following the dance there is informal picking and singing under the stars around a campfire. Camping is available on site and the communal breakfast is free. This event is critter friendly.

LOCATION: The Museum is approximately 100 miles NE of Santa Fe, 44 miles SE of Taos, 35 miles south of Angel Fire and 32 miles NW of Las Vegas, NM. More info on museum at http://www.clevelandrollermillmuseum.org

Location: Highway 518 - mile marker 31 in Cleveland, NM (2 miles NW of Mora, NM)
Contact: Dan Cassidy 575-387-2645, dancas@nnmt.net; Linda Todd 505-699-0508, taosdancing@gmail.com

September 29, 2017

Application deadline for State Income Tax Credit for Registered Cultural Properties

Completed applications received on or before this date will be reviewed at the October Cultural Properties Review Committee meeting.

Location: HPD downtown office or by e-mail
Contact: Harvey Kaplan, 505-827-3971, harvey.kaplan@state.nm.us

October 13, 2017

Cultural Properties Review Committee, 1 p.m.

Regularly scheduled bi-monthly meeting

Location: Old Senate Chambers, Bataan Memorial Building, 407 Galisteo St., Santa Fe
Contact: Lynnis Jacks, 505-827-4259

November 24, 2017

Application deadline for State Income Tax Credit for Registered Cultural Properties

Completed applications received on or before this date will be reviewed at the December Cultural Properties Review Committee meeting.

Location: HPD downtown office or by e-mail
Contact: Harvey Kaplan, 505-827-3971, harvey.kaplan@state.nm.us

December 8, 2017

Cultural Properties Review Committee

Regularly Scheduled Bi-Monthly Meeting

Location: Old Senate Chambers, Bataan Memorial Building, 407 Galisteo St., Santa Fe
Contact: Lynnis Jacks 505-827-4259