New Mexico
Great American Get-Together in Santa Fe
Immerse yourself in culture and camaraderie as you explore National Parks, visit unique museums, attend a Pueblo dance and learn about Santa Fe from local experts.
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Program No. 20684RJ
8 days
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At a Glance

Join the most popular Road Scholar instructors for a week of fellowship, learning and fun in one of the most beautiful corners of the United States — Santa Fe, New Mexico. We’ve planned an amazing array of in-depth lectures, field trips and activities. Areas of study will cover the region’s history, art, culture and natural wonders. There is something for everyone, as you make new friends and experience the best of Santa Fe!
Activity Level
Keep the Pace
Walking up to three miles daily over varied terrain. Standing for up to two hours at a time. Getting on/off motorcoach multiple times a day. Elevation of 7,000 feet for the entire program.

Best of all, you'll ...

  • Immerse yourself in the stories and culture of the region’s many communities, studying Native American and Hispanic influences.
  • Experience firsthand the treasures of New Mexico on expert-led field trips to archaeological and historical sites Native American Pueblos and museums.
  • Stay in luxurious lodgings right in the heart of Santa Fe’s historic district.

General Notes

Max of 150 participants, divided into smaller groups for activities. Take the November program back-to-back with the San Antonio Get-Together (#21173) and save when you enroll in "Great American Get-Togethers: San Antonio and Santa Fe" (#22488). If you will be travelling with someone with whom you would like to be grouped, please indicate who your travelling companion(s) will be on your Participant Information Form as far in advance as possible.
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Louie Hena
Louie Hena has been an activist in the field of revitalizing traditional Pueblo agriculture and protecting indigenous food and seed sovereignty. A member of the Tesuque and Zuni Pueblos in New Mexico, he is a renowned permaculture design consultant, Rio Grande and Rio Chama river guide, and an educator on traditional land management systems. He helped organize the Traditional Native American Farmer Association, the New Mexico Acequia Association and the Indigenous Food and Seed Sovereignty Alliance.
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Ramson Lomatewama
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Louie Hena
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Cisco Guevara
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Elena Junes
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Kirt Kempter
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Jerry Rightman
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Ronald Roybal
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