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The Hideaway Shoppe

  There is an old adage that says “The more things change, the more they stay the same.” There are always new businesses and activities in Red River to replace the ones that disappear, but somehow the roots of the community, the souls of the people who live here or just come to visit, remain familiar. “Everyone desires that mountain magic and escape yearly. The Hideaway Shoppe wants to share just that magic that we continuously experience here and we were gifted the minute we were welcomed into the Hideaway. We can’t wait to welcome you, too!” The name of the Shoppe comes from the Hideaway Cabin at Tall...

What’s New This Summer?

  • After a long and honored career in law enforcement, former Red River Deputy Marshal Jeff Jones has started a business working with leather.  Jones Custom Boots & Saddles specializes in beautiful local handmade custom leather, as well as repair work. Contact him at 575-740-0565 / 806-393-5036 or at . • Located behind the Hideaway Shoppe and the Dairy Bar at the end of the driveway – look for the windmill – Rustic Mountain shop owner Debbie Folger has a “unique gift emporium” with an eclectic collection of vintage gifts: one-of-a-kind handcrafted items, home and cabin decor, fine arts, antler home accents, and a few surprises. Featured...

What Do You Like Most?

  The Town of Red River recently posed a question to its Facebook Friends: “WHAT DO YOU LIKE THE MOST ABOUT RED RIVER? We’d like to know so we can post what’s most important to you when you can’t be here!” Responses came quickly, as is the way of Social Media. Some responded with photos that communicated their feelings: wildlife, mountain vistas, flowers, fall colors, time with grandkids, and snow-covered mountains.  One response said it in three words: All of it! It’s not unusual to meet and talk with someone who wishes they could live in Red River. Many of these good folks are quick to say that they...

Warm & Fuzzy New Event

  Calling all dog and wine lovers… Have we got a fun time planned for you!  A first-ever river city happening, “Red River Wags & Wine” is slated for July 29 in Brandenburg Park.  The inaugural event is a fundraiser for the “Mountain Bark Park,” a fenced-in park where locals and guests can bring their dogs to exercise and play safely, leash free.  With over a dozen pet friendly lodges to accommodate them, many of our visitors are coming to town with their beloved pets. The new addition is expected to be located at the east end of town adjacent to the Library. Brandenburg Park’s gates open at 10...

Turning Red River Blue

  The Southwest Traditional and Bluegrass Music Association (better known as The Southwest Pickers) will be in the Red River spotlight as they bring their 43rd Southwest Pickers and Old Time Music Festival to town September 14-17, 2017. Stage shows are set for the Red River Ski & Summer Area and the Red River Community House. Among the featured acts scheduled to appear are Blue Highway – nominated for a 2017 GRAMMY Award for Best Bluegrass Album, the Soda Rock Ramblers, FY5, East Mountain Serenaders, the Badly Bent, Audrey Davis & John Archuleta and the Cody Sisters. Saturday will feature contests for fiddle, banjo, guitar and songwriting at the...

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