Each year, El Rancho de las Golondrinas, the living history museum devoted to Spanish Colonial life, hosts the Harvest Festival, which provides visitors with the opportunity to help bring in the harvest as they crush grapes with their feet to produce wine, string chile ristras and grind sorghum with the assistance of burros. Feast on bizcochitos baked in an horno and tortillas cooked on a comal. Purchase arts and crafts from area vendors and enjoy live music.
This year’s Harvest Festival takes place October 3-4. For more info, visit their website.