July 1-17

Storytellers: Teaching Heritage through Song and Story

Millicent Rogers Museum, 1503 Millicent Rogers Rd.

Textiles, paintings, traditional ceramic storytellers. By museum admission: $10/discounts. 575.758.2462, www.millicentrogers.com

 

June 2–4

Taos Poetry Festival

Various locations

Readings, workshops, classes, salons. All events free for students. 919.949.2113, www.taospoetry.com

 

June 3–5

Music on the Mesa

Taos Mesa Brewing

Many performers including Shawn Colvin and Steve Earle on 6/5. Two outdoor stages and an indoor stage. Bring low-back chairs and blankets. www.taosmusiconthemesa.com

 

July 11-14

Integrative Medicine Professionals Symposium

Sagebrush Inn

7th Biennial symposium on integrative health featuring many distinguished speakers and local practitioners. Presented by the UNM School of Medicine’s Section of Integrative Medicine, Continuing Medical Education & Professional Development, Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine and Gaples Institute for Integrative Cardiology. 505.272.3942, http://som.unm.edu/cme

Third Weds. Monthly

 Taos Entrepreneurial Network

Taos County Courthouse Mural Room, Taos Plaza

Networking, presentations and discussion. Free.

 

Through Sept. 11

Mabel Dodge Lujan & Company

Harwood Museum of Art, 238 Ledoux St.

“American Moderns and the West,” an exhibit detailing Lujan’s impact on the art, writings and activism of 20th-century modernists Dorothy Brett, D.H. Lawrence, Marsden Hartley and others. Closed Mondays. 575.758.9826, Harwoodmuseum.org

 

Ongoing

Holy Cross Hospital Health Support

HCH Community Wellness Center (lower entrance), 1397 Weimer Rd.

575.751.8909, mariam@taoshospital.com, TaosHealth.com