Happy Labor Day Weekend

Welcome to the Cool List, my blog about cool things happening in Santa Fe. Please share.
Provecho!

A Coopers Hawk & Babies in the Nest

Coopers Hawk

Baby Coopers Hawks
Photos courtesy of Yoshiko Brady

Cool Pick of the Week:

horse-2EQUUS Film Festival 

Three days of equine-centric films to benefit The Horse Shelter – starts 9/1 w/ 2pm showing. $10 for one event or $75 for whole weekend.

Jean Cocteau Cinema


 

Cool Posts You’ve Shared:

  • A checkbook from Alberta E. Sedgley was found at our last meeting. There is no phone # on the checks so please email russtree@aol.com so we can get your checkbook back to you.
  • Bark in the Park – Street Homeless Animal Project is having a big event coming up on September 17th and they’re looking for volunteers. Call 505-501-4933 or email irenewebbdevelopment@gmail.com
  • RSVP for SFWomen2Women Luncheon Guest Speaker, Artist, Robbi Firestone, “Finding your purpose through Creativity” Wed. Sept. 20, Cowgirl Restaurant, noon, $25 at the door, space limited.
  • Writing & Art Nature Immersion Workshop Friday, Sept. 11: 10 – 1, $79 incl. all materials & snacks. Contact: Heloise Jones (Author of #1 Bestselling The Writer’s Block Myth, Coach & Mentor)  (904) 778-6623, writeworks@heloisejones.com Lindy Teresi (Artist & Design Specialist & Consultant)  (505) 660-3435

Gift Certificate Giveaway – Last Chance to Sign Up

Sign Up Here to win a free $50 gift certificate from The Beat Goes On, Upscale Resale at 333 Montezuma Ave. in Santa Feshoes.jpg


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Saludos,

Jody

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One thought on “Happy Labor Day Weekend

  1. Krishnan Venkatesh on King Lear
    TUESDAY • September 5 • 6 TO 7 P.M.
    Santa Fe Woman’s Club • 1616 Old Pecos Trail
    Krishnan Venkatesh helps to launch the ISC “A Year of Lear” with a talk about the good and evil in King Lear. Always an entertaining and provocative speaker, we are happy to have him back at the Shakespeare Talks!

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