Silver River Adobe Inn - Farmington, New Mexico, NM 87401, United States

Totah Festival Indian Market & Pow-Wow
Labor Day Weekend
Farmington Civic Center
200 W. Arrington
totahfestival.farmingtonnm.org

Totah Festival is a Juried Art festival featuring quality Native American art from across the southwest. The Festival began in 1988 as a marketplace for Native American artists to share their skills and craftsmanship with the community, visitors and each other. Today the Totah Festival features 100 artist booths, Juried Art Competition, Contest Pow-Wow and an authentic Navajo Rug Auction.
Schedule of Events

Saturday, August 30

Show Open to Public, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Contest Pow Wow, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., Farmington Civic Center, lawn
Artist Demonstrations, Throughout the day
Navajo Rug Auction, 1 p.m., Farmington Civic Center Theater
Raffle, Ongoing throughout the day
Sunday, August 31

Contest Pow Wow, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., Farmington Civic Center, lawn
Show Open to Public, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., Farmington Civic Center
Artist Demonstrations, Throughout the day
Raffle, Ongoing throughout the day
Learn more about the Totah Festival by watching the video below or by visiting their website.

Click on the image below to view the video. The video is also available in HD on YouTube.

Totah Festival

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Silver River Adobe Inn
3151 West Main Street
Farmington, New Mexico, NM 87401, United States
Call: +1 505 3258219

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Silver River Adobe Inn Bed and Breakfast

Rustic elegance awaits you at the Silver River Adobe Inn Bed and Breakfast which was built in the traditional architecture of northern New Mexico and offers a view from each room of the San Juan River. Just up stream the Animas River joins the San Juan River and on the corner of our property is the confluence with the La Plata River, hence the local name of Totah, the meeting place of three rivers. The San Juan River holds 50% of New Mexico’s surface flowing water, rather a miracle for this high desert plateau. Many guests exclaim their delight seeing so much water after hiking and driving through this portion of the American Southwest, called Indian Country by the early Santa Fe Railroad. The Anasazi Ruins of Chaco Canyon, Canyon de Chelly, Aztec Ruins and Mesa Verde bring tourists from all over the world to the Four Corners. The splendid geology left to us of Shiprock, Monument Valley, Grand Canyon, and Canyon lands has been used time and again. Take home a taste of the beauty of our sun and geology.