Come learn adobe mudding skills, the traditional building technique of New Mexico villages and pueblos. Hands on learning, cultural and historical information, and fun working with other volunteers at the San Miguel Chapel preservation project. San Miguel is one of the oldest churches in the country – come leave your mark in this special way!
The built environment of the Southwest is one of the most beautiful examples of vernacular architecture in the United States. Many of these adobe structures are several centuries old and are symbolic of the rich heritage of the original builders. Traditions of community cooperation in maintaining the buildings have been passed down for generations. Thus, to preserve vernacular, historic architecture is to preserve the cultural heritage and values they embody.
When: Monday – Fridays
Where: Learn traditional adobe mudding and become part of a historic project to preserve San Miguel Chapel, the oldest active church in the US. / San Miguel Chapel, 401 Old Santa Fe Trail, Santa Fe, NM 87501
Time: 9:00 a.m. -3:00 p.m.
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