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NeoRio is TODAY!

September 15, 2018

Our artists have been hard at work these past few days installing new works on site at Montoso campground.
Here is a sneak preview of some of the installations!

NeoRio 2018 Schedule, Montoso Campground, Wild Rivers:
4 pm: Roots-Inspired Art Installations and Activities (and throughout the event)
5 pm: Poetry and Music Salon
6 pm: Farm-to-Table Feast and Music by Kate Mann and Mark Dudrow
7 pm: Artist Talks by NeoRio Featured Artists
8 pm: Campfire and Music (bring an instrument!)

Directions: Google map to Montoso Campground HERE.
Follow the NeoRio Sandwich board signs to Montoso Campground from Hwy 522!

Parking: Parking for the even is onsite at Montoso Campground with overflow parking at Little Arsenic campground. Parking is limited, so please carpool if you can! If you’re coming from Taos, consider taking the shuttle – new this year!

Taos-NeoRio-PASEO Shuttle: Take the Taos-NeoRio-PASEO shuttle for a beautiful, care-free ride to NeoRio at Wild Rivers in the Rio Grande del Norte National Monument. Enjoy the afternoon and early evening at NeoRio and then arrive by shuttle back in Taos, conveniently parked and ready to finish the evening exploring the PASEO!

NeoRio Shuttle Schedule
3:30 pm NeoRio Shuttle leaves from Guadalupe Parking Lot (public lot) in Taos
7:30 pm: NeoRio Shuttle leaves from Wild Rivers to arrive back in Taos at 8:30

Reserve tickets by calling Claire at (575) 224-9066.

Camping: You are welcome to camp at Wild Rivers as part of your NeoRio experience! Camping is $7 per vehicle per night. The BLM has kindly lifted the restriction on how many people/vehicles are allowed in campsites for this event, so we can fit more campers at Montoso campground and others nearby as well. Camping is first come first serve.

Attire: Dress in layers and be prepared for rain. NeoRio is a rain or shine event! Northern NM in the late summer and early fall tends to be warm in the day and quite chilly as soon as the sun goes down. (We’re talking 60’s – 80’s F in the day and 30’s and 40’s F at night.) So be ready with additional layers for warmth in the evening and plan accordingly for camping.

For Visitors New to the Area:
Check out info about Questa HERE. Also a handy Taos Guide has been put together by the PASEO organizers HERE.

See you there!

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