Salmon Ruins brings artisans and makers from throughout the Four Corners to Farmington to display and sell their wares at McGee Park. This is one of the oldest and most varied Arts and Crafts fairs in San Juan County!
The Salmon Ruins Arts and Crafts Fair is always a lot of fun, and is a great way to support the Salmon Ruins Museum while you shop! The Kitchen will be busy with fresh made chili and other favorites including breakfast by the NW NM Bowling Association. Unique handcrafted gifts, jewelry and canned goods for you to fill the stockings of everyone on your list this year. Don't miss this historic event! Admission $1 at the Door; Kids 12 and under FREE!
BOOTH SPACE IS AVAILABLE but filling up quick! Call the museum at 505-632-2013 for details.
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