2019 Fall Fest

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     Mora Fall Fest has become one of the most anticipated events of the year, due to the dedication of the Arts & Culture Compound organizers who plan this event all year long.      This year consisted of pumpkin decorating, a costume contest, trunk or treat, book stories,…

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Fall Fest History

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     Anita Moss, coordinator of the Mora Arts & Cultural Compound and organizer of Mora Fall Fest, describes what it was to create this event that has become a tradition in the community. She explains how they came up with the concept, intention and purpose for fundraiser.       My self and a…

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Mora Valley Ranch & Grocery

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    Mora Valley Ranch Supply has a new name, Mora Valley Ranch and Grocery, having recently started selling groceries.  From personal experience and conversations with our customers, we realized that a grocery outlet was something Mora residents sorely missed. In the two years since Russell’s closed, there has not been…

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Wildlife Camp

     NMSU Extension Agent Suzanne Cole teamed up with  ACC Coordinator Anita Moss to create Mora’s first Wildlife Camp. We have been working on this project for about a month, and with the help of volunteers and parent assistants, the camp was a success, despite the storm that hit Coyote Creek…

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Tea in Wonderland 2019

       As an active community organization, Mora Arts and Cultural Compound wants to make sure it sends  a message to our youth of consistency, professionalism, and care; therefore, we decided to REDO Tea in Wonderland. The first was scheduled for a weekend in May with high winds and even…

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Morphy Lake

     Nestled in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains is the beautiful 30-acre Morphy Lake State Park. Part of the Mora Land Grant that was established in 1835 by Col. Albino Perez, the lake served as an important asset for the Mora and Las Vegas communities, as well as Fort Union….

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