A New Mexico event is celebrating decades of tradition.
The Rio Grande Arts and Crafts Festival is ringing in 30 years in the Duke City by opening its doors for the Spring Show.
About 185 artists from across the country are showing and selling their work during this event.
“We have a lot more entertainment and a lot more artist demonstration at this show than we’ve ever had before so that’s fun to watch,” Festival Director Ruth Gore said.
The festival has everything, from unique artwork, specialty foods and music performances.
It kicked off Friday at Expo New Mexico and runs through Sunday.