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Feast Days
 

“Feast Days” at each of the Pueblos are named after the Pueblos’ patron saint.  The Pueblos open up their respective Feast Days to the public (see calendar and etiquette pages) where visitors can view the reverant dances and songs offered on those days.  Feast Days bring tribal members together to renew their culture, language and native religion.  On those days, families prepare food for the many invited visitors coming through their homes, and participate in the activities taking place on their Feast Day. Pueblo Feast Day Dates do not change and are held on the same date each year.
- Learn more about the Pueblo Patron Saints


Pueblo
Patron Saint
Feast Day
 
Eight Northern
San Ildefonso 
San Ildefonso 
January 23
Ohkay Owingeh 
St. John the Baptist 
 June 24
Picuris      
St. Lawrence      
August 10
Santa Clara 
St. Clare           
August 12
Taos     
San Geronimo  
September 30
Nambe 
San Francisco de Assisi
October 4
Pojoaque 
Our Lady of Guadalupe
December 12
Tesuque 
San Diego  
November 12
 
11 Southern
Laguna
St. Joseph  
September 19
San Felipe  
St. Phillip 
May 1
Sandia    
St. Anthony
June 13
Cochiti 
St. Bonaventure 
July 14
Santa Ana
St. Anne
July 26
Zia      
Our Lady of Assumption
August 15
Acoma     
St. Stephen   
September 2
Isleta 
St. Augustine
September 4
Jemez 
San Diego   
November 12
Santo Domingo
Domingo St. Dominic  
August 4
Zuni  
Our Lady of Guadalupe  
Does not hold a Feast Day

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