MORA VALLEY MILLFEST TAKES PLACE|
Saturday August 30 & Sunday August 31, 2003
10AM TO 5PM Daily
The festival is being held under the auspices of the Cleveland Roller Mill Museum, Mora Valley Chamber of Commerce and Victory Ranch.
This event features over 35 artists and craftpersons from northern New Mexico as well as a variety of native foods and baked goods, and musical entertainment.
Arts and crafts, food, and entertainment will be located at Victory Ranch. Events at the Ranch include Alpaca spinning demonstrations and Alpaca rides. Musical entertainment is being provided by a number of persons providing a rich repertoire of traditional New Mexican folk, Bluegrass and popular music.
Victory Ranch is a working Alpaca ranch. It has been in business 11 years in the Mora Valley. In addition to breeding and selling Alpacas, the on site gift store sells garments and other articles made from Alpaca wool. Victory Ranch is located 1 mile north of Mora, NM on Hwy. 434 at mile marker 1. Admission is free for the entertainment and the arts and crafts area located at Victory Ranch.
The Cleveland Roller Mill Museum will be open to visitors for self-guided tours, though it will not be operated during the 2-day event. The Cleveland Roller Mill is three story, adobe, water-powered historic flourmill. In addition to its extensive milling equipment, the Museum features several exhibits on the history of the mill and Mora County. The Cleveland Roller Mill Museum is located just off NM Hwy. 518 two miles northwest of Mora, New Mexico at mile marker 31. For Cleveland Roller Mill Museum information call (505) 387 2645. A nominal admission ($2.00) is charged for admittance into the Cleveland Roller Mill Museum.
Mora is located 160 miles north of Albuquerque, 35 miles south of Angel Fire; 32 miles northwest of Las Vegas; 100 miles north of Santa Fe; 45 miles southwest of Taos.
Information for the Mora Valley Millfest: (505) 387 2254. firstname.lastname@example.org