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Family Week, 4th of July and More!

Family Week: Elements of Earth & Community

Sunday, June 30 – Saturday, July 6

Gather and join your family to ours including our amazing instructors, as we spend a week playing, creating, learning, growing and having as much FUN as we can. Community, like the earth, needs tending. Celebrate the elements of your lives, embrace new challenges and strengthen the old. 

Morning intergenerational workshops will be a round robin of arts, music, storytelling, and outdoor adventures and include: Fused Glass Is Hot (Instructor Katrina Jameson), Poetry and Improv (Mimi Herman), Outdoor Adventure (Ghost Ranch Outdoor Adventure Team) and time with our awesome Museum Staff (dinosaurs and more).
Afternoons are for free time. Evening activities include music and movement, creative community, learning and laughter. One evening will include Earth Praise Songs and Exploring the Land with Madi Sato & Tim McLaughlin,  Learn More & Register

4th of July Ghost Ranch Style!

Join us for a family friendly Fourth of July Celebration! Enjoy a parade, games and activities for kids and a BBQ. We are looking forward to the presence of several hot air balloons for our first night glow! Hosted by the new Flame Holders Society – a group of young people encouraging the younger generation to steward the long-held traditions of Ghost Ranch.

Revisiting the Magic of Ghost Ranch: A Journey with John Hayden & Friends

Sunday, June 30 – Saturday, July 6
Come along with John to rediscover and to remember some of the fascinating places, people and events that blended through time give life and character to Ghost Ranch mystique. During this week, using a variety of opportunities and media, John will guide participants in activities and encounters at Ghost Ranch and neighboring lands including walks, short hikes, power-point presentations, road trips to area points of interest, visits to favorite sites, restaurants, pueblo ruins and places of worship.
Storytelling and other forms of remembering the past—appreciating the present – giving positive aspirations for the future will be explored; therefore, we extend open invitation to anyone who would like to help John in this effort: Join the seminar and become part of it—take it all in as a first time guest or as a GR returnee, share stories, images, sketches, letters, poems based on past experiences at Ghost Ranch and Northern New Mexico with John. Learn More & Register

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