New Mexico Solar 
Energy Association

Solar Fiesta 2001!

An environmental fair focusing on the use of renewable energy, energy efficiency, passive solar home design green building and other sustainable living practices!

            September 22 & 23, 2001

 Indian Pueblo Cultural Center

      Just off I-40 at 12th Street, Albuquerque, NM.
Directions:    The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center is located on 12th street between Indian School Road and Menaul (just north of I-40) in Albuquerque. Fiesta is on the north side of the complex.

Parking: General Parking is free and located in the lot on the east side of

12th street across from the Fiesta entrance. Handicapped parking available by entering the Indian School entrance and going to the west parking lot.

Entrance Fee to Grounds:  $2.00/adult,  $1.00/kid

Cost of Workshops: $5.00 each or $20.00 for a pack of 6 tickets (Day Pass
Tickets cannot be purchased in advance - only on the day of the fair.
Workshops filled on a first come basis.

(Note that we are still accepting applications for Exhibitors/vendors: Potential exhibitors please click here)

This year's Solar Fiesta will feature:

  • Thirty exhibits 

  • Extensive workshops 

  • Solar Kids Area

  • Food Vendors

  • Raffle for a 160 watt Solar Electric System

  • Exhibitions of adobe brick making, tire pounding (earthship construction), strawbale building, and permiculture

  • Entertainment will be provided by Los Tapatios de Frances Lujan and the Laguna Elementary Native American Dancers

Click here for the complete schedule of Events and Classes

For further general information, please contact NMSEA at 1-888-NMSOL, or request info online.

Last year's fiesta was highly successful and had over 600 attendees. Click here to some pictures of last years Fiesta!