Saturday, September 15 – Living History Festival and Pop-Up Playground/Sand Play Saturday Day 1
The Living History Festival, in collaboration with the NM Railroad History Celebration, provided park visitors with a glimpse at life in Santa Fe during the era of the Railroad. With local experts on Acequia systems, old trail systems, tin-type photography and pueblo pottery, the park offered demonstrations, interactive activities and fun for the whole family.
Our popular nature play toddler program, Sand Play Saturday returned for day one of a full weekend of child-directed play.
Pop-Up Playground came to the Railyard Park! As an exciting celebration of child-directed play, PUP is an opportunity for kids of all ages to explore, play and build their own playscape using provided natural materials such as logs, pallets, rope, cardboard and more!
Sunday, September 16 – Pop-Up Playground/Sand Play Saturday Day 2 & Railyard Parade
Sand Play Saturday and Pop-Up Playground returned for day two!
The Baca st. parade, complete with horn players and stiltwalkers arrived at the Railyard Park. Railyard Reunion Bluegrass Band played during a community picnic on the performance green.