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Celebration in Spirit

The approach of August is known to bring excitement to residents of New Mexico as the Santa Fe Indian Market traditionally comes to life. Known to be a major festival for Native American tribes, the event magnifies the significance of hand-picked stones set in silver, exceptional art pieces in all mediums, and displays of culture unique to the Native American way of life.

While the Santa Fe festivities this year have been called off due to the pandemic, the cultural celebration continues in spirit online (see page 62)

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