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June 21st, 9:30am-2:30pm

This year the Historic Santa Fe Foundation (HSFF) will present two free family days made possible thanks to funding from the New Mexico Humanities Council and National Endowment for the Humanities. HSFF invites the public to tour their grounds and interpretive space, participate in hands-on and kid-friendly adobe demonstrations led by HSFF Preservation Projects and Programs Manager Jacob Sisneros, and explore El Zaguán’s garden with Santa Fe Extension Master Gardener Ruthbeth Finerman to learn about the delicate balance of maintaining a historic garden in a water-thoughtful environment. Participants will receive an activity book about El Zaguán’s history that includes sections and conversation starters designed to help children and their families discuss their home neighborhood, vegetation, and cultural practices and how these shape identity and sense of place.

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