Lavender in the Village Festival, 2018

All sales final. Event is rain or shine.

at Agri-Nature Center, Los Ranchos

Time: 9:00am     Day: Saturday     Ages: All Ages     Price: $2 - $20

A fundraiser for Lavender in the Village 501(c)3 with 100% of event proceeds benefitting local agricultural educational programs such as the Los Ranchos Farm Camp.

The largest LAVENDER FESTIVAL in the Southwest with nearly 100 vendors of lavender plants, potions, lotions, pies, baked goods, wines, beer, and art.

Come enjoy the onsite yoga classes, chess tournament, agricultural and culinary seminars, live music, local wine & beer, and a Kids Camp program allowing parents to explore the event on their own while their kids are entertained by artists and yoga instructors.

New for 2018 - the Lavender Run, 5K and 10K routes. See website for details. www.LavenderInTheVillage.org

Started in 1994, the Lavender in the Village festival is one of the premiere agri-nature events in the state.  In 2017, this fun festival attracted 9,500  attendees. The event focuses on agriculture, community, and family and has received national recognition for its impact on cultural preservation, agri-toursim and community building.

Festival Events and Activities 

  • Stroll through booths filled with fine arts, crafts, lavender, antiques and unique home décor.
  • Live music featuring award winning performers.
  • Kids Farm Camp designed to entertain and educate the youngest lavender lovers freeing the parents to experience the festival and its onsite adult classes and demonstrations.
  • Open-air yoga classes led by the area’s top instructors.
  • Educational exhibits, seminars and workshops focusing on cooking and healing with lavender, and the role of sustainable agriculture in everyday lives.
  • New Mexico beer, wine and spirits.
  • Local food and culinary treats.

FAQs

Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?

  • No. Fun for All Ages.

What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?

  • Limited on-site handicapped parking available. There is no non-handicapped on-site parking.
  • Limited street parking near the venue.
  • For your safety and convenience, please use the parking lots at Taft Middle School, Alvarado Elementary School or Shepherd of the Valley Church.
  • Free shuttles will be provided to the festival.
  • Please visit the website for detailed parking maps and directions. 

What can/can’t I bring to the event?

  • Pets ARE allowed – though some areas may be off limits to dogs (due to animals on exhibit).
  • No outside alcohol or food.
  • Water IS allowed.
  • No weapons.

Is my registration/ticket transferrable? 

  • Yes – anyone can use your ticket(s) upon arrival.