Spend July in the Santa Fe Botanical Garden

Santa Fe, NM – Summer has officially arrived in Santa Fe and the Santa Fe Botanical Garden has turned a beautiful retreat for everyone to celebrate the rich botanical heritage and biodiversity of our region. To make one-of-kind memories, here are a few events that the Botanical Garden will be offering in July.

Yoga in the Garden: Every Tuesday and Thursday from 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m., join our morning yoga class in the Ojos y Manos: Eyes and Hands Garden. Whether you are a beginner or expert, you will enjoy a vinyasa flow class in a supportive atmosphere. Our instructors will help you create a space to breathe, center, and practice self-study.

David Berkeley: Sunset in the Garden Concert Series: On July 5, we are featuring Santa Fe local artist, David Berkeley. His soulful voice will melt your heart and lift your spirit. Plan your summer picnic with friends and family under the colorful sunset in the Garden, and enjoy live local music.

Summer Garden Dinners: On July 18, 19, 25, & 26, the Santa Fe Botanical Garden offers intimate Summer Garden Dinners, formerly known as Harvest Dinners. Relish a feast with locally-grown ingredients and enjoy a memorable evening through community dinners. The event includes cocktails and hors d’oeuvres, a tour, a seated dinner, and good company. Reserve your seat quickly to support Santa Fe Botanical Garden’s mission and educational programs.

Santa Fe is truly blessed with a beautiful summer and this is a perfect time for you to take advantage of the unique experience of the Santa Fe Botanical Garden. For a full list of events, visit our website and mark your calendar for an unforgettable summer!

About The Santa Fe Botanical Garden

The Santa Fe Botanical Garden celebrates, cultivates, and conserves the rich botanical heritage and biodiversity of our region. In partnership with nature, we demonstrate our commitment through education, community service, presentation of the arts, and the sustainable management of our Leonora Curtin Wetland Preserve and Botanical Garden at Museum Hill. The Santa Fe Botanical Garden currently hosts more than 60,000 visitors and 14,000 youth education engagements each year.