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Full Moon Weekend

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Cool Picks for the Week

  • ¡Vámonos! Santa Fe: Walk with Our Elders -The Santa Fe Walking Collaborative, convened by the Santa Fe Conservation Trust, wants to help Santa Feans walk more; and what better motivation to walk than when you can talk to someone interesting while you do it? Take an easy walk around the park, which also happens to be the location of the Mary Esther Gonzales Senior Center. For more info, check out sfct.org/vamonos. Bicentennial Alto Park Fri, May 17 from 10 – 11am at 1121 Alto St.
  • Full Moon Walk – Join the Santa Fe Botanical Garden for a sunset wildlife & nature walk during the full moon of May. All ages are welcome on this stroll that will journey through the evening and moon rise. Leonora Curtin Wetland Preserve
    27283 W Frontage Road, Fri, May 17 from 7:30pm – 9:00pm
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  • If you missed the 100 Women Who Care Meeting but would still like to be a part of the donation, send your check in today to Katie Rountree, payable to SFHS Choir Booster Club. Katie is collecting the checks to deliver when all money is in. Email Katie for her mailing address.
  • IAIA MFA Graduate Residency Readings – Hear from Rebecca Johnson, Tony Pandola, Amy White (Anishinaabeg) and Wakaya Wells (Choctaw).
    IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts  IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts, Fri, May 17 at 6:30pm 108 Cathedral Place
  • Historic Jemez Springs Bath House Grand Reopening -The Jemez Springs Bath House, circa 1880s, celebrates its reopening and remodeling with a ribbon-cutting, tours, a raffle, appearances from local dignitaries and a Spring Renewal Fair featuring a dozen vendors of services and products. Plus, the first 50 guests through the door will receive a free (to be used in the future) 25-minute soak with purchase of a soak. Jemez Springs Bath House Sat, May 18 from 10am – 2pm at 62 Jemez Springs Plaza
  • The Santa Fe Iris Society presents its 38th annual iris show and everyone is welcome to view the beautiful entrants. The Santa Fe Iris Society is a chapter of the American Iris Society. DeVargas Center Sat, May 18 from 12pm – 4pm 564 N Guadalupe St.
  • Wild & Scenic Film Festival – Considered one of the nation’s premier environmental and adventure film festivals,  it informs, inspires and ignites solutions and possibilities to restore the earth and human communities while creating a positive future for generations to come. The event in Santa Fe features Rivers, Land and Wildlife Habitat of the West, together with films that inspire us all to act for the environment—and it’s a benefit for the Santa Fe Watershed Association. The Screen $15 Sat, May 18 @ 7pm 1600 St. Michael’s Drive
  • Zia Singers Spring Concert featuring songs made famous by leading ladies of Broadway.  Zia Singers are a local all-women’s chorus going all out to celebrate the progress women have made in this century! Sat & Sun, May 18 & 19. Performances are at 3pm at James A. Little Theater, 1060 Cerrillos Rd. Tickets are $20 online at www.TheZiaSingers.com or $25 at the door.

  • Mugs for CASA: Help Fill a Foster Child’s Mug Fundraising & Recruitment Event. Opuntia Cafe Sun. May 19 from 2-5pm. CASA First, Court Appointed Special Advocates, First Judicial District www.casafirst.org
  • The Transition Network Monthly Meeting: Writing thru Transition. Bring some writing paper and your favorite pen to this interactive session, where we’ll explore, with writer, poet, and TTN member Joanne Fay Brown the power of writing through transition! Mon. May 20 from 5:45-7:30 p.m. at Montezuma Lodge, 431 Paseo de Peralta, Santa Fe, women 50 and forward welcome.  For more info e-mail santafechapter@thetransitionnetwork.com.  $5.00 suggested donation.
  • RSVP for Santa Fe Women to Women Luncheon. Guest Speaker Rev. Dr. Leona Stucky, a Professional Psychotherapist, Author & AAPC Diplomate. Her talk –  My Journey from Writing a Memoir to Helping Create a National Day of Action. Wed. May 22 @ noon. $25 at Cowgirl restaurant. Space limited. Email jodyville@yahoo.com to reserve your space

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Upcoming Cool Stuff

  • FENG SHUI FOR FINANCIAL ABUNDANCE
    How are you doing with your 2019 Goals?
    Have you made a Vision Board for 2019?
    Would you love to create a better energy flow in your home or office?
    Would you love to attract your financial goals & dreams more quickly and easily?
    Diamond Feng Shui can help you do just that!
    Instructor, Connie Knudson, Feng Shui consultant, author and coach, will show you how to align your environment with your goals and dreams. Connie was trained by world-renowned Marie Diamond, who was one of the key stars featured in the hit movie “The Secret.” Connie’s website is: www.connieknudson.com. Register Early! This will fill up soon! Sat, June 29 from 1-4 pm, $128 REGISTER HERE or Email Connie Knudson at  cgk999@gmail.com


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Kentucky Derby Weekend

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Cool Picks for the Week

  • How you can prepare for wildfire – Hosted by the Greater Santa Fe Fireshed Coalition, the City of Santa Fe Fire Department, City of Santa Fe Department of Emergency Management, Villages of Santa Fe, and the Forest Stewards Guild. Workshops include: Evacuation Preparation, How to be alerted about wildfire in Santa Fe How to create a “Go Kit” , How to prepare your family and home to evacuate, How to prepare your home for wildfire. Simple things you can do to reduce the risk of your home igniting. Conducting your own Home Hazard Assessment. Sat, May 4 from 10am to 1pm at the City of Santa Fe Office of Emergency Management at the old College of Santa Fe. Registration is recommended. Click here
  • Compost Clinic – As part of the Master Gardener Garden Fair, learn how to compost your yard and food waste with proper techniques for building a thermal pile, turning, finishing and screening compost. Bring hats, gloves, study shoes, water, and a pitchfork if you have one. Presented by the Santa Fe Compost Action Team (SCAT) of the Santa Fe Master Gardener Association. Santa Fe County Fairgrounds, Free Sat, May 4 from 9am – 1pm 3229 Rodeo Road
  • Audubon Day: A Celebration of Birds – The Center for New Mexico Archaeology, an affiliate of the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, teams up with Audubon New Mexico for a family-friendly event with live demonstrations as well as hands-on activities; make clay figures, view bird-related objects under a microscope, create balls out of bird seed and learn the basics of birding skills.  The Center for New Mexico Archaeology Sat, May 4 from 10am – 2pm, 7 Old Cochiti Road
  • Volunteers Needed – Healing Voices/Personal Stories, a local non-profit working to raise public awareness of women striving to overcome abuse through the creation and distribution of film and video, needs volunteers for video demonstration “die in” as a part of National Day of Action Against Domestic Violence. Volunteers needed on Sat. May 4 from 11am – 3pm at the Railyard hv.psorg@gmail.com
  • Kentucky Derby Day Gala Fundraiser for Habitat for Humanity – Celebrate the Kentucky Derby in style: mint juleps, champagne, southern food, silent and live auctions, live jazz, fancy hats, and a simulcast of the “greatest two minutes in sports.” Every dollar raised goes toward providing affordable housing for deserving families in our own community. Sat, May 4, 1:30–5pm Drury Plaza Hotel
  • IAIA BFA Creative Writing Graduate Reading – The best from featured readers Debbie Haddow, Damien Moore (Navajo), Chelsea Napper and Matthew Robeck. IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts Sat, May 4 @ 2pm 108 Cathedral Place Santa Fe
  • Mother’s Day Celebration at the Santa Fe Woman’s Club – The Santa Fe Woman’s Club is having their annual MOTHER’S DAY GIFT FAIR. It will be held on Sun, May 5 from 10am – 4pm at their Clubhouse located 1616 Old Pecos Trail. The proceeds will go to the many charities and college scholarships funded yearly by the Santa Fe Woman’s Club and Library Association. Last year it was a great success, and we expect it will be even better this year.
  • United We Run The church hosts a 5K run/walk (and a 1K fun run for kids, too) to raise funds for three Santa Fe organizations: New Mexico Environmental Law Center, Santa Fe Dreamers Project and BOOKKIDS (to supply books for students in Santa Fe Public Schools). Runners/walkers are invited to collect donations from friends and family. Registration and donation forms are available online at unitedchurchofsantafe.org, in its community room, via email (unitedchurchsf@gmail.com), or call 988-3295. United Church of Santa Fe Sun, May 5 @ 12pm at 1804 Arroyo Chamiso
  • Come experience the heart-warming performances as over 500 public school children display excellence through energy and teamwork. Celebrate the impactful programming NDI New Mexico provides to almost 8,500 children statewide. Have fun while making a difference in the lives of thousands of New Mexico’s children! “Our Dancing Feet!” at THE DANCE BARNS Thurs, May 9 @ 6pm, Fri, May 10 @ 5 & 7pm  Sat, May 11 @ 2:30pm Schools Featured: Acequia Madre, El Camino Real, Gonzales, Sweeney, Tesuque Elementary, Te Tsu Geh Oweenge School, Dance Barns Class Parents, Community Tiny Tots, Celebration Team, and Saturday SWAT
  • If you missed the 100 Women Who Care Meeting but would still like to be a part of the donation, send your check in today to Katie Rountree, payable to SFHS Choir Booster Club. Katie is collecting the checks to deliver when all money is in. Email Katie for her mailing address.

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Upcoming Cool Stuff

  • FENG SHUI FOR FINANCIAL ABUNDANCE
    How are you doing with your 2019 Goals?
    Have you made a Vision Board for 2019?
    Would you love to create a better energy flow in your home or office?
    Would you love to attract your financial goals & dreams more quickly and easily?
    Diamond Feng Shui can help you do just that!
    Instructor, Connie Knudson, Feng Shui consultant, author and coach, will show you how to align your environment with your goals and dreams. Connie was trained by world-renowned Marie Diamond, who was one of the key stars featured in the hit movie “The Secret.” Connie’s website is: www.connieknudson.com. Register Early! This will fill up soon! Sat, June 29 from 1-4 pm, $128 REGISTER HERE or Email Connie Knudson at  cgk999@gmail.com

More Coolness from Cool List Members:

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P.S. This is a sponsored section. If you’re interested in running an ad here let me know.

If you have something you want to post to the Cool List regarding a non-profit in Santa Fe Email me & I’ll be happy to share for free. If you have something you’d like to post regarding your for-profit business, service or event, I’ll be happy to share for a small fee. Email me for details.

Please forward this onto your friends in Santa Fe and ask them to Sign Up for my emails! Thank you!!

Saludos,

Jody

New Year, New Beginnings & Endings

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It’s January – time to get organized!

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Cool Picks for the Week

  • IAIA Winter Readers Gathering: Tommy Orange and Luci Tapahonso -The annual series returns, this year featuring Tommy Orange, a recent graduate from the MFA program at the Institute of American Indian Arts, His first novel, There There, received national acclaim from the New York Times, NPR and more. He is an enrolled member of the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes of Oklahoma, was born and raised in Oakland, California, and currently lives in Angels Camp, California. Luci Tapahonso is an award-winning poet and emerita professor of English and literature at the University of New Mexico. She is the author of three children’s books and six books of poetry including A Radiant Curve, which was awarded the Arizona Book Award for Poetry in 2009. Go to the auditorium in the Library and Technology Center at American Indian Arts, 83 Avan Nu Po Road , Sat, Jan 5 at 6pm
  • Jouneysantafe: Mayor Alan Webber – The mayor reviews his first 10 months in office and looks ahead to the coming year. Collected Works Bookstore and Coffeehouse, 202 Galisteo St.
  • Introduction to Zen – Everyone is welcome, newcomers and experienced practitioners alike, to explore the basics and finer points of Zen meditation, including good posture and finding a comfortable position. There’s also a chance to go over questions and instruction. Free. Donations welcome. Mountain Cloud Zen Center 7241 Old Santa Fe Trail, Wed, Jan 9 at 5pm.
  • Santa Fe Women to Women Luncheon – Mark your calendars for Wed. Jan. 23 at noon with guest speaker, Dr. Susan Oupadia, Retired Anatomic and Clinical Pathologist on a Journey of Life talking about From Pathology to Peace Corps – A Journey Into and Out of Retirement. $25 Space Limited. RSVP here
  • Cupcake Clothing is closing its doors. Everything is on sale from now till the inventory is gone or January 31, which ever comes first. 322 Montezuma Ave.
  • roberta-parry-edge-of-sangre-de-cristo-stormArtist in Residence this weekend at The Four Seasons Rancho Encantado. Meet Santa Fe watercolor painter, Roberta Parry. She’ll be doing demonstrations Fri. Jan. 4 from 4-7pm, Sat. Jan. 5 friom 9-11 an & Sun. Jan. 6 from 10am-1pm.

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Loving September in Santa Fe

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Cool Pick of the Week:

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Grammy-winner Bonnie Raitt performs at the Santa Fe Opera House, 7:30pm Sat. Sept. 16. It’s sold out, but maybe you can get a scalped seat.


Cool Posts You’ve Shared:

  • Chaos to Complexity Sat. Sept 16, 2:00 pm–4:00 pm Free IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts (MoCNA) and the Santa Fe Institute (SFI) explore the creative process in art and science through a discussion between SFI President and Professor of Complex Systems William H. Miller David Krakauer and artist Melissa Cody (Navajo)—the event is moderated by SFI Professor Mirta Galesic.
  • 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.
  • FREE YOUR VOICE: Write in Nature, CONNECT to your Inner Voice, NURTURE your spirit, and FLOW with joy and play in creative expression. 10 to 1 : Friday, Sept. 22
    No experience necessary. $59, includes snacks.Limited to 10. Contact Heloise Jones for more info at writeworks@heloisejones.com
  • Karen K. Milstein, PhD, LISW will be leading the workshop “The Interface of Art and Mental Health. What We Contain, What Contains Us – How We Can Grow Ourselves”, Tuesday, September 26, 6:30pm  –  9:00pm, 125 Lincoln Ave. Pre-registration required. Contact Karen at 670-2906, MidbarNM@gmail.com
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  • The True Story of Fake News: A look into the long and sordid history of fake news, who makes it, who profits from it, and what we can do about it. A fundraiser for the New Mexico Environmental Law Center, October 7th, 6-7pm for VIP $100 tickets, or at 7:30-9pm $12-$35, at the Lensic.
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters is looking for sponsors and auction donors for their upcoming Golden Ticket Gala coming up on Oct. 7th. Contact Stacy Fischer for more info
  • Looking for Volunteers and Sponsors for the Fall 2017 Santa Fe Expanding Your Horizons Conference that will take place on Saturday October 21, 2017 at Santa Fe Community College. They are expecting 200 girls from Santa Fe and Northern NM, their biggest one yet! Expanding Your Horizons conference is a dynamic conference to encourage girls in 5th-8th grade to consider careers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) by providing women STEM role models and hands-on workshops. More info click here  Contact Lina Germann atLina.Germann@STEMSantaFe.org  if interested.
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