The Parade of Homes is one of the crown-jewel events of the Santa Fe year. This year, due to the pandemic, the members of the Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association have reorganized the parade into an online event, highlighting the world-class work that makes Santa Fe home construction unique.
The Parade kicks off noon Friday Oct. 16, 2020, with the premiere of an online launch event featuring local business and government dignitaries. The video premiere will be simulcast on Facebook Live and santafenewmexican.com. Then you can see the parade virtual event at santafeparadeofhomes.com
How to Watch
Simply click the video or visit santafenewmexican.com starting at noon Oct. 16 to view the program. No special downloads or special software is required to view the event. The premiere video will be available at santafenewmexican.com through noon Oct. 17.
More about the Parade
The Parade of Homes this year includes 19 entrants all vying for the Grand Hacienda Award, which is the Parade's equivalent of a Best of Show Award. During the event, you'll have a sneak peek at each of the magnificent homes in the contest.
A special edition magazine "Haciendas A Parade of Homes" publishes Oct. 11, 2020 in the Santa Fe New Mexican. Copies can also be requested from the association at sfahba.com. An electronic version of the magazine can be viewed online at https://www.santafenewmexican.com/parade_of_homes/
VIDEO NEWS HIGHLIGHTS
Oct. 7 — Same-day, in-person voter registration and early voting begins in Santa Fe County.
Oct. 17 — Early voting begins statewide and at alternate sites in Santa Fe County.
Oct. 20 — Last day to request an absentee ballot.
Oct. 27 — Last day to send a completed absentee ballot by mail to try to ensure it arrives on Election Day. Santa Fe County also will have absentee ballot drop boxes at each early voting and Election Day polling site.
Oct. 31 — Last day of early voting and same-day, in person voter registration.
Nov. 3 — Election Day.
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