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In 1825, Golden was the site of the first gold rush west of the Mississippi, before the California and Colorado gold rushes. Originally called Real de San Francisco, around 1880 several large mining companies moved in and changed the name to Golden. The yield was disappointing and the population dwindled. Mining is all but gone from the area, but Golden survives. San Francisco de Assis Church has Mass Saturday afternoons at 4:00. (505) 471-1562.
Fiesta de San Francisco de Assis - 1st Saturday of October 11:00 - 3:00 pm. The annual fiesta at the historic church in Golden will begin with Mass, followed by a procession lead by Matachines dancers. Graves in the cemetery will be blessed, and then the procession will continue around the area and return to the church. This ritual drama originated in medievial Spain. Food and raffle tickets will be for sale, and a cake walk will complete the day of celebration of the feast of Saint Francis of Assisi. (505) 471-1562.
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Henderson Store1710 State Hwy 14 N.
Golden, NM 87047
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Family owned and operated since 1918. Henderson's carries high quality, competitively priced Native American arts and crafts. Until further notice we are now open Wednesday thru Saturday 10-3:30pm. Closed Sunday thru Tuesday and all major Holidays.
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4th of July Baseball Game & ParadeJuly 4, 2023
Baseball game at 10am followed by a parade along Hwy 14 in Madrid, NM.
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