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We’ve been a little under the weather this week

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Cool Picks for the Week

  • March is Women’s History Month. As Gerda Lerner said, the premier and essentially founding women’s historian said, “Women’s History is the first step to Women’s Emancipation.”

  • Public Forum for College President Candidates: Over five days meet the five candidates for president of the college.
    Raúl Rodríguez, PhD at 2pm Fri. Mar. 1
    Kim E Armstrong, PhD at 2 pm Mon. Mar. 4
    Kimberlee S Messina, PhD at 2 pm Thurs. Mar. 7
    Rebecca K (Becky) Rowley, PhD at 2 pm Mon. Mar 11
    Rey Rivera, PhD at 2 pm Tues. Mar. 12
    Santa Fe Community College, 6401 Richards Ave.

  • Santa Fe Restaurant Week continues – Featuring three-course meals at a fraction of the cost. Restaurants will be offering prix-fixe dinners for $15, $25, $35, or $45 per person, depending upon the restaurant. Many will offer value-priced lunches as well. Now thru Mar. 3 at various locations. Click here for details.
  • Inspired by the Ancients – Donna Sherry Boggins presents historical interpretations of gourd vessels created for use by medicine men and holy men and women. Fri, Mar 1 from 4 –  6pm Vista Grande Public Library, 14 Avenida Torreon, Eldorado
  • Spring into Motion, an evening of dance performed by NDI New Mexico’s most advanced dancers, “Spring Into Motion!” Fri. & Sat., Mar. 1-2 at 7 pm, & Sun., Mar. 3 at 2 pm, at The Dance Barns, 1140 Alto St. Click here for tickets $10/$15.
  • Greater Eldorado Garden Fair – Learn from gardening experts and organizations how to master this environment and maximize its beauty.  Sat, Mar 2 from 10am – 2pm Eldorado Community Center, 1 Hacienda Loop, Eldorado
  • Free First Sunday at Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian  – Get free admission all day—the perfect opportunity to check out Old Man Looking Backward by Bob Haozous (Warm Springs Chiricahua Apache). The artist is best known for monumental sculpture, but he works in other media as well. Sun, Mar 3
    10am – 5pm Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian 704 Camino Lejo
  • Making History: Windmills – Learn more about wind power in New Mexico with scientist Rich Strittmatter & master the basic technology of windmills. Make your own model to take home. Sun, Mar 3 from 1:30 – 3:30pm Free with museum admission & New Mexicans are free the first Sunday of every month. New Mexico History Museum, 113 Lincoln Ave.
  • Culture Day at the Roundhouse -A collection of New Mexico’s cultural organizations and museums exhibit aspects of the state’s diverse landscape such as carding, spinning & weaving wool, while the New Mexico Arts staff provides books, CDs & posters from its traditional folk arts & poetry programs. Mon, Mar 4
    8am – 2:30pm New Mexico State Capitol Roundhouse
    490 Old Santa Fe Trail.
  • The search for Ms Senior New Mexico 2019 is on. Is there a crown in your future? Become a contestant! Requirements:  60 years + Talent and Inner Beauty!! Make a difference in the lives of others by shining brightly and following your dreams proving that age is just a number. Deadline to enter is May 1st with Pageant to be held in August. Winner earns the right to represent New Mexico in The Ms Senior America Pageant in the fall of 2019, Atlantic City NJ. If you are interested or know someone who is please contact Julie Salomon 469-816-6839 or email her here.
  • Community Palliative Care of Northern New Mexico is offering a weekend of free training for volunteers Fri. Mar. 1 – Sun. Mar. 3. Learn how to provide practical & emotional in-home support to someone who is coping with a life-limiting illness. www.cpcnnm.org Call Deb at 505-438-0895 or Treva 505-629-5743.
  • Volunteers needed for 2019 STEM Santa Fe Julia Robinson Mathematics Festival
    Fri. Mar. 15 at Santa Fe Community College. No previous math major needed. Just a love for learning, mentoring and math. To sign up: https://tinyurl.com/2019JRMF-Santa-Fe-Volunteers

Cool Creative Workshops, Classes & Coaching

  • Soul Craft – An Online Writing Workshop for Life, Business & Inspiration
    If you want a more engaged life, a more successful business, or to become a more inspired (and inspiring) version of yourself…WRITE! Award-winning author and writing coach Kelly Madrone is offering a new online group designed to hone your writing skills and connect you with your undiscovered passion. It launches March 13 and there are just a few spots left! www.kellymadrone.com/write-now.
  • Using Encaustic Wax With Photographs – NEW Workshops with Angel Wynn
    Create beautiful art work using encaustic paints & photographs. Instructor, Angel Wynn, is a long time photographer & encaustic artist who shares a variety of techniques. Classes are designed for all levels. Bring your own photographs or choose from a stack available during workshop. Classes are held at 7 Arts Gallery, 125 Lincoln Ave. Workshop Dates:
    Mar. 4, Half Day 10am-1pm OR Full Day, 10am-4pm: 1 spot left
    Mar. 5, Full Day, 10am-4pm: 2 spots left
    Mar. 18, Half Day, 2-5pm: 1 spot left
    Mar. 25, Half Day, 12-3pm: 2 spots left
    Apr. 13, Half Day, 1-4pm: 2 spots left
    Contact Angel Wynn 505-819-1103 or email for more info.

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Congrats to CancerRoadTrip for a Gold Award in Health and Wellness Travel from the North American Travel Journalist Association!

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CancerRoadTrip is an ongoing docuseries that brings together leaders in mind/body medicine with cancer patients in amazing locations throughout the world. Using travel, food and personal stories, CancerRoadTrip explores the experience of healing from cancer as a pivot point into a deeper and more meaningful approach to life, wellness and happiness.

You can follow Cancer Road Trip at www.CancerRoadTrip.com and @CancerRoadTrip on Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram.


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Cool Picks for the Week

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    Artist in Residence this weekend at The Four Seasons Rancho Encantado
    . Meet Santa Fe artist Sean Mary Helen Johnson. She’ll be doing demonstrations Fri. Jan. 11, Sat. Jan. 12 & Sun. Jan. 13 and showing her more recent work. Call (505) 946-5700 for more information.
  • Wild Spirit Wolf Sanctuary Family Program – Wild Spirit Wolf Sanctuary focuses its efforts on educating the general public about the wild wolf, wolves and wolf-dogs in captivity. Wolf ambassadors wolf demonstrate such points as wolf physical characteristics, behavior, wild wolf diet, hunting strategies, family life, physical adaptations and pack structure, the difference between wolves and dogs, wild and domestic animals, and some of the myths about wolves portrayed by the media, where these ideas originated, and why they are false. Santa Fe Public Library LaFarge Branch, 1730 Llano St. Sat. Jan 12th at 1:30 pm
  • The Rare Splendors of Namibia – John Pitts discusses the two-week trip he organized and led to Namibia in the spring of 2018. This, his third trip to Namibia, also featured co-leader and Santa Fe resident geologist Kirt Kempter, who reveals the dramatic geologic history of Namibia, including world-class rock art sites. The group also visited two surviving tribes native to Namibia, the San (Bushman) and the Himba, and viewed a wide variety of wildlife. Travel Bug Coffee Shop 839 Paseo de Peralt, Sat, Jan 12th at 5pm

  • Continuing Education Open House – Learn about the wide variety of classes for life-long learners. Meet instructors and sample culinary delights prepared by SFCC instructors and much more during an open house in room 131. For more info, visit sfcc.edu/offices/continuing-education or call 428-1676. Santa Fe Community College, 6401 Richards Ave., Tue, Jan 15th 10am – 2pm

  • National Popular Vote at the Roundhouse – The National Popular Vote table inside the Roundhouse provides supporters a physical space in which to meet, compare information, strategize, get ready to attend all of New Mexico’s National Popular Vote-related hearings, deliver petitions and hold lobby days. It’s on the main floor near the Roundhouse’s west entrance (closest to the Capitol Parking Facility). For more info, visit nationalpopularvotenm.org. New Mexico State Capitol Roundhouse, 490 Old Santa Fe Trail, Free, Wed, Jan 16 from 10am – 3pm

  • Upcoming: Santa Fe Women to Women Luncheon RSVP 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. Cowgirl, Wed. Jan. 23 at noon.
  • Upcoming: Blue Raven Theatre and Warehouse 21 present a new play festival Fearless Female Voices featuring 11 short new plays by Santa Fe’s female playwrights – in honor of International Women’s Voices Day. Each playwright will present a 15 minute play, either a short drama or excerpt from a longer piece. Professional actors will bring their plays to life in these staged readings. Sun. Jan, 27 at 1:00 pm, suggested donation – $10, under 21 – free. Please contact Talia Pura for details:  505.428.8508, or talia@taliapura.com

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    Going on all Month – January Sale @ natasha SANTA FE
    – 20% OFF All Natasha Nargis clothing, scarves,wraps, shibori, handwoven wearables – 10% OFF other items natasha SANTA FE/403 S Guadalupe – 505 913-9236

 

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Cool Event

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Plaza Tree Lighting – Fri, Nov 23: Starting at 3 pm, Girl Scouts are on hand to provide cookies and hot chocolate. At 4 pm, Santa and Mrs. Claus show up on a vintage fire truck, and at 4:30 pm, volunteers start lighting 1,000 farolitos. At 6 pm, they flip the switch and light up the trees on the Plaza for the holidays.


Cool Picks for the Week

  • If you were unable to attend the November meeting of  100 Women Who Care please make your checks payable to LIFE CIRCLE NEW MEXICO (which advocates for senior services and elder care in Santa Fe) and mail them to Katie Rountree. Click here if you need Katie’s mailing address.
  • Community Day at the Garden – Get free admission to the garden for New Mexico residents and students (please provide ID, naturally). Santa Fe Botanical Garden
    715 Camino Lejo Fri, Nov 23 from 11am – 3pm
  • Santa Fe Woman’s Club Gift Fair – Shop locally. Find jewelry, ceramics, textiles, recycled accessories, basketry and much more. Fri – Sun Nov 23 – 25 from 10am – 5pm, 1616 Old Pecos Trail
  • Grief and the Holidays, presented by The Transition Network.  Eileen Joyce, a Certified Professional Coach & Grief Recovery Specialist, leads conversation on how to help ourselves& those around us who may be grieving, especially during the holidays. Mon. Nov 26 from 5:45-7:30 pm Montezuma Lodge, 431 Paseo de Peralta, women 50 & forward welcome. $5.00 suggested donation. For more info: santafechapter@thetransitionnetwork.com
  • Readings in the Library – The college library and its creative writing program host a series of readings featuring faculty and students. Santa Fe Community College
    6401 Richards Ave Thurs, Nov 29 at 5pm

Cool Art Event

Giving Thanks – Smoke Fired & Glazed Platters by Heidi Loewen – Gallery Opening & Reception, 315 Johnson St,  Fri, Nov 23 from 5-8 pm & Sat, Nov 24 from 11-6 pm

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Heidi Loewen  In the Pines
Smoked & Carved Porcelain  D: 30”


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.


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Saludos,

Jody