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Cool Picks for the Week

  • 100 Women Who Care in Santa Fe Deadline for Nomination Forms is Wed.  Jan. 23rd – If you are planning to send in a new nomination form please email it to Katie Rountree. If you have already sent in your nomination form, please let her know that you will be attending so she can have the form at the meeting. Remember to drop your name in the hat when you arrive. Our next meeting is Wed. Feb. 6 at 6pm at Scottish Rite Temple. For more info click here.
  • SOLD OUT! Santa Fe Women to Women Luncheon 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 on Wed. Jan. 23 at noon. Mark Your Calendars for our Next Luncheon, Wed. Feb. 27 at noon at Cowgirl with guest speaker Abby Bordner, a speaker and consultant regarding the brain science of early childhood & RSVP early! $25 at the door.
  • Santa Fe Chapter of the Awesome Foundation is accepting grant applications.You could win a $1,000 grant to turn your awesome community project into an awesome reality! Open to Individuals or groups. Deadline February 1. Apply here: http://www.awesomefoundation.org/en/chapters/santafe Questions? Email santafe@awesomefoundation.org.
  • The Zia Singers Community Chorus will perform “Requiem & Rebirth: A Journey of the Soul” concerts on Sat. & Sun. Jan. 19 & 20 at 3 PM. Concerts will be held at First Presbyterian Church, 208 Grant Avenue in Santa Fe. Tickets are $20 for general admission. Students with IDs and children under 12 are $10. For more information and to purchase tickets, please go to: www.theZiaSingers.com.
  • Española Valley Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day – Presentation about “Courageous Motorists: African American Pioneers on Route 66” by Santa Fe historian Frank Norris, complete with refreshments and children’s activities. For more information, contact Edith Brown at 753-2562 or edithbrown11@cybermesa.com. McCurdy Ministries Community Center, 362 South McCurdy Road,  Mon, Jan 21 from 10am – 12pm.
  • You’re Invited to Your ACTIONS MATTER, sponsored by Silver Bullet Productions, a non profit educational film company.  Listen to experts on protecting Public and Sacred Lands in New Mexico: Speakers include Senator Mark Udall, activist Winona LaDuke, Secretary of Interior under Obama Sally Jewell. Moderated by Valerie Plame. Limited seating. Purchase tickets through Silver Bullet Productions www.silverbulletproduction.com or 505-820-0552. La Fonda Hotel Sat. Jan. 26, Reception at 6PM; Panel discussion at 7PM.
  • Cancer Foundation for New Mexico’s (CFFNM) Sweetheart Auction returns for its 14th year—promising excitement, fascinating Live and Silent auction items, and a night dedicated to helping save lives. CFFNM is a local, independent nonprofit that helps cancer patients in northern New Mexico access treatment in Santa Fe. The Sweetheart Auction is an action-packed night where bidders vie for nearly 400 items—ranging from art to experiences to fine wines to jewelry. Admission is $100 per person and includes a dinner/dessert buffet and an open wine and beer bar. Feb. 9, 5 p.m. Please visit www.cffnm.org or call 505-955-7931, ext. 1.

It’s Cool to March

Trump Womens March

Santa Fe Women’s March – Sat. Jan 19 at 11 am, then march to the Plaza at noon for speakers and performers until 2 pm. Begins at State Capitol Building 490 Old Santa Fe Trail.



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Feliz Ano Nuevo

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Happy New Year!

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Cool Picks for the Week

  • Journeysantafe: Paul Gibson of Retake Our Democracy, takes a look at the upcoming legislative session. Retake Our Democracy is a volunteer-based organization committed to making personal and collective activism easier. Collected Works Bookstore and Coffeehouse, 202 Galisteo St.  Sun, Dec 30 at 11am
  • Kwanzaa Family Gathering – Celebrate the week-long Afro-centric celebration. Each day honors one of seven principles: unity, self-determination, collective work and responsibility, cooperative economics, purpose, creativity and faith. Join the community for food, music, drumming, dancing and stories, plus activities for children and and a candle-lighting ceremony. Sponsored by the Santa Fe NAACP.
    Genoveva Chavez Community Center, 3221 W Rodeo Road, Sun, Dec 30 time 2- 4pm
  • GLOW: Cosmic Nights – Light up your holiday season with thousands of twinkle lights and beautiful large-scale light installations all aglow throughout the garden. Enjoy live music, festive beverages, and meet Santa. Opens at 5 pm last entry 7:30 pm. Kids 12 and under get in free! Santa Fe Botanical Garden, 715 Camino Lejo, 4 thru 31st.
  • Public Swearing In of Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham and Lt. Governor Howie Morales – The doors open at 9 am, followed by a meet-and-greet until 2 p.  Santa Fe Community Convention Center, Tue, Jan 1, 2019 at noon, 201 W Marcy St.
  • Career Talks for Teens – Monthly gatherings bring in professionals to share about their careers to expose high school students to interesting, in-demand careers and give them the opportunity to network with professionals. The professionals give a brief talk about what they do and how they got started, then allow time for questions, discussion, and/or a hands-on demonstration of their work. Santa Fe Public Library LaFarge Branch, 1730 Llano St. Wed, Jan 2, time 4:30 – 5:30pm
  • From the Santa Fe Animal Shelter – If you have lost your pet, please do this immediately:
    • File a lost report with the Shelter. You may do this by calling 505.983.4309 x1606 or visiting the Shelter in person.
    • Post a photo and description of your pet on the Santa Fe Lost Pet website or on their Facebook page.
    • Canvas your neighborhood. Visit your neighbors and put up posters. Use this link to create a poster.
    • Put a “Lost Pet” ad in the Santa Fe ScoopCraigslist, and the Reporter. (Online sites are usually free.)
    • Call the Shelter often to see if your animal is there.  Realize, though, that we make no guarantee that we can identify your pet from the description given.  It is best to visit in person.
    • View lost/found pets on our website by following these links. The website is updated several times each day.  Again, do not rely on these postings alone.  Please continue to call and visit the shelter regularly.

Cool Event

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New Year’s Eve on the Plaza – Hot chocolate and biscochitos, piñon bonfires, fireworks and favorite musical groups on the bandstand make for a festive end to 2018. Al Hurricane, Jr. headlines with his classic New Mexico sound. Mayor Alan Webber and other city officials welcome in the new year, and a Zia symbol goes up the flagpole at midnight. Dress the kids warmly and bring the whole family downtown. Mon, Dec 31
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Christmas Countdown

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Happy Holidays!

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Cool Picks for the Week

  • Holiday Market: Recycled and Reimagined – The International Folk Art Market and four artists in the IFAM family have partnered with clothier Eileen Fisher’s  recycling program to revitalize and create new garments. The artists have transformed recycled garments into original clothing, and each one is a one-of-a-kind treasure. International Folk Art Alliance, 620 Cerrillos Road, Fri & Sat, Dec 14 & 15

  • Canyon Road Holiday Block Party – Galleries up and down our artsiest street open with refreshments, farolitos, bonfires, music and plenty of Santa Fe magic. Fri, Dec 14 from 4-7 pm

  • Aspen Santa Fe Ballet: The Nutcracker – Lensic Performing Arts Center, Sat & Sun Dec 15 & 16 – click here for tickets
  • Mandala Construction Closing Ceremony – The monks of Drepung Loseling Monastery construct a sand mandala by pouring colored sand into place over a period of nine days. They are creating a Green Tara, who is called upon for protection, health, happiness, wisdom, abundance and success, and is the female manifestation of enlightenment. After finishing the mandala between 10 am and noon, attend a closing ceremony and destruction of the mandala at 1 pm.
    Institute of American Indian Arts83 Avan Nu Po Road,  $10, Sun, Dec 16
  • Schola Christmas Concert – Schola Cantorum of Santa Fe performs an a cappella Christmas concert, including “Auld Lang Syne,” “Ave Maria,” “O Holy Night” and all your favorite holiday songs. Santuario de Guadalupe, 100 N Guadalupe St, Sun, Dec 16 at 3pm

  • Santa Fe Women’s Ensemble: Songs of Hope and Light – Immaculate Heart of Mary Chapel, 50 Mt. Carmel Road, $10 – $25, Sun, Dec 16 at 3pm
  • GLOW: Cosmic Nights – Light up your holiday season with thousands of twinkle lights and beautiful large-scale light installations all aglow throughout the garden. Enjoy live music, festive beverages, and meet Santa. Opens at 5 pm last entry 7:30 pm. Kids 12 and under get in free! Santa Fe Botanical Garden, 715 Camino Lejo, Dec. 14 thru 31, 2018 (closed Dec 24 & 25).

Cool Events

Janet-ONeal-ArtMeet Santa Fe artist Janet O’Neal the featured artist in residence this weekend. She’ll being doing demonstrations & showing her work at Four Seasons Rancho Encantado, Fri – Sun 12/14 – 12/16. Call 505-946-5700 for more info


Kahn_ClaireRenaissance artist, Claire Kahn, returns to Patina Gallery for her eighth solo exhibition, Winter in Jacona She weaves a mosaic of color amongst the intertwined Japanese, cylindrical glass beads that comprise her collection of necklaces and bracelets. 131 W. Palace Ave. Opening Fri. Dec. 14. Show runs thru Jan. 14


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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”


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Sweater Season is Here!

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Divas in Danger
“Escape, Betrayal & Budget Plastic Surgery”
Fri. Oct. 12 @ 8pm
Railyard Performing Arts Center, 1611 Paseo de Peralta
Tickets normally $20, but say you SAW IT ON THE COOL LIST & get in for $15


Cool Picks for the Week

  • Mark Your Calendars for our next 100 Women Who Care meeting, Wed. Nov. 7th at 6pm at the Scottish Rite Temple. The deadline to nominate your favorite non-profit & put their name in the hat is Oct. 24. Email Katie with your nomination.
  • BE A HONEY & LEARN THE BUZZ ON BEES – Register now for Oct 20 Workshop. Be an apiarist for the day by learning about some of New Mexico’s 500 species of bees, including HONEY BEES! You will learn about bee artistry by studying their honeycomb, how they live their lives and how we need them in our environment. This one day class will fill you in on everything “bees” from plants to pollination, hives, gardens and how to increase their populations and attract them to your garden. – Lunch will be a creative mix of bee reliant fruits and vegetables along with a full meal and tasting, selecting and pairing various local honeys. Takeaways: Using a combination of materials, you will assemble your own native bee house and make a pair of hand dipped beeswax candles. $100 per person. Questions and Registration: epremack@gmail.com
  • Gun Violence Prevention Town Hall, Sat. Oct. 13 at 2pm, SITE Santa Fe, Marlene Nathan Meyerson Auditorium, FREE
    SITE Santa Fe and New Mexicans to Prevent Gun Violence team up to present a town hall meeting on gun violence prevention, in collaboration with For Freedoms. Across the country, For Freedoms is helping to organize a 50 state initiative to advocate civic participation through town halls on topics affecting our country.
    Moderated by Mayor Alan Webber
    — Brian Egolf, New Mexico House Majority Leader
    — Lt. Michelle Williams, Santa Fe Police Department
    — Sheila Lewis, New Mexico Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Santa Fe Safe
    — Miranda Viscoli, co-president of New Mexicans to Prevent Gun Violence
    — Carolyn “Bentli” VeneKlasen, Gun Violence survivor
    — Sophie Lussiez and Brannon Selestewa, Student activists on Gun Violence Prevention
  • You’re invited to “EFT Tapping for Emotional Balance” with Andi Sutherland.  If you find that you’re on an emotional roller coaster right now and your emotions are often awry, please join us for an evening of EFT Tapping to help you return to a state of emotional well-being.  We’ ll meet on Wednesday, October 17 at the Unitarian Universalist Building (at the corner of Barcelona and Galisteo) in the Library from 7:00 – 8:30. There’s a suggested donation of $15. Tapping in a group is powerful and fun, and no prior experience is necessary. You’ll leave with a tool you can use any time to help soothe your emotions. Please call Andi at 505-310-1465 to RSVP (if possible) and for more information. www.andisutherland.com
  • Want to be a mentor? Inspire Santa Fe wants to connect Santa Fe high school student with mentors for the school year. For more information contact director, Todd Lopez at toddlopez@seednm.org 505-231-5484 They have more than 100 students hoping to be matched with a wonderful mentor. Here is the list: (you will notice many of the fields are recurring because they have more than one student interested in that field):Mechanics
    Social Justice / Environmental Law
    Chemistry / Photography
    Constitutional Law / Theoretical Physics
    Electrical Engineering / Computers
    Computer Programming / Italian
    Law / Soccer
    Drawing / Painting / Photography
    Alzheimers, Astronomy, Astrology, Global Cultures, Community Service, Biofuels, Medicine, Psychology, Sustainability
    Audio Production / Japanese
    Anesthesiology / Lawyer / Marketing And Advertising
    Creative Novel Writing / Culinary/cooking
    Law / Computer Programming
    Theater / Archaeology
    Financial Services / Investments
    Computer Programming
    Painting
    Medical / Women’s Health
    Screen Writing, Film / Film Making
    Nutrition / Health
    Astronomy
    Vet / Animal Care
    Medical / Nurse
    Medical/Doctor
    Computer Engineering / Piano / Neurology
    Film / Visual Or Performing Arts
    Architecture
    Leadership / Education
    Baking / Cooking
    Singing
    Dentistry
    Lawyer
    Business, Fashion Design, Fashion Psychology, Computer
    Filmmaking, Film Creative Writing, Screen Writing, Drawing, Painting
    Cooking, Drawing Forensics, Piano
    Auto Mechanics / Repair
    B & W Photography
    Master Motor Builder
    Programming, Theater Lighting Fantasy World Building, Creative Writing
    Architecture / Construction
    Creative Writing
    Computer Sciences (hardware And Software Engineer) Computer Code (website Or Personal Program Design)
    Veterinarian
    Baking / Culinary
    Forensic Science Dark Room Photography
    Body Painting / Drawing
    Filmmaking
    Astronomy / Engineering
    Anything In Medicine – Veterinarian, Emt, Surgery, Etc. / Korean
    Ski/Bike Design Action/Nature Cinematography
    Computer Programming Video Game Design, Japanese, Programming, Architecture
    Registered Nurse Landscape Or Portrait Photography In Black And White
    Architecture / Engineering
    Contemporary Dance / Ballet
    Business (Peyote Bird Design)
    Guitar / Music
    Social Justice / Art
    Mechanical Engineering Music Recording/ Live Performances
    Creativity For Peace (I’d Like To Compare/combine) FIrst Responder EMT, Firefighter, Paramedic
    Kung Fu / Japanese
    Different Genre Painting; Medicine: Pediatrician Medicine: Obstetrician / Action Photography
    Biomedical Engineering/robotics, Automechanics/car/engine Building Making+selling Jewelry For Fundraising, Encryption Programming, Computer Repair
    Immigration Law
    Astronomy, Pediatrics, Surgery In Veterinary,
    Hip Hop Dance / Digital Art
    Psychology
    Composing Piano/violin/orchestra / Urban Studies
    Sports Medicine
    Pediatrics / Oncology
    Photography / Doctor
    Stock Trading / Investments
    Baseball / Engineering
    Horses / Photography
    Photography / Basketball
    Jewelry Design
    Social Justice Immigration Law
    Animal Care / Vet
    Animal Care / Lawyer
    Architect, Engineer, Astronomy
    Photography / Make Up Artist
    Criminal Law
    Leadership
    Soccer, Medicine,Radiology Leadership,photography
    Surgery / Medical
    Doctor / Medical
    Patchwork Quilting
    Forensic Science Technicians / Architecture
    Animal Care / Medical
    Medical Nurse
    Mindfulness
    Debate, Philosophy, Psychoanalysis Photography, Comedy
    Baseball
    Health Care / Nurse
    Doctor
    Doctor
    Mechanic
    Business Of Running A Business
    I Would Like To Learn About How You Can Turn Art Into A Career How To Build A Business
    Math / Physics
    Medical
    Early Childhood Education / Criminal Justice
    Medical / Psychology
    Forensic Pathologists Urban Dance/choreography
    Law, Math, Science, Arts Engineering, Science Hiking, Going Outdoors, Video Games Learning New Things, Being Challenged
    Filmmaking / Fencing
  • 50 Shades of Green: Medical Cannabis in Israel. Dr. Nirit Bernstein, leading expert licensed to study medical cannabis in Israel, describes how Israel went from innovative regulations to breakthrough uses of cannabis. What are the secrets of cannabis? Why must it be consumed naturally as a plant material? Why, despite its medicinal properties, is it still considered a dangerous drug? What is its potential for finding cures for serious diseases such as diabetes, cancer, and multiple sclerosis? Temple Beth Shalom, Sat, Oct 13, 7:30pm
  • Santa Fe Independent Film Festival runs Oct. 17 – 21 – more info here

It’s Cool Outside! Time for Sweater Season…Happy Fall!
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Glorious Last Days of Summer

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Cool Art

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Cool Picks for the Week

  • Handwriting Lives! During the golden age of penmanship (1860-1930), before the typewriter, becoming a master penman was the path to a successful career and high regard of friends and colleagues. Today there are only 11 individuals who bear the title of master penman, and one of them is Bill Kemp of Albuquerque. New Mexico History Museum, Fri, Sep 14 at 6pm
  • Santa Fe Watershed Association presents a Talk and Tour: Common Problems, Commons Solutions: Archaeological Insights into Sustainably Managing Water for the Long-Term by award-winning anthropological archaeologist Dr. Michael Aiuvalasit. The talk will be held this Fri., Sept. 14th at the Women’s Club in Santa Fe, and the tour will take place the next day on Sat., Sept. 15th.  Click here for prices and info.
  • New Mexico Railroad History Celebration – Family weekend event in the Railyard Sept. 15-16. Click here for details. Train Film Fest includes:  3:10 to Yuma and the original Murder on the Orient Express at Violet Crown Cinema, $9 – $12, Sat/Sun, Sep 15/16 at 2 & 6pm. Railroad Art, Photography, and Model Railroad Exhibition from September 8-30.
  • Santa Fe Renaissance Faire – Sat/Sun Sept 15 & 16 at El Rancho de las Golondrinas – a community event whose proceeds help fund the educational programs of El Rancho de las Golondrinas and the Santa Fe School for the Arts & Sciences. 10am – 5 pm. Travel back in time. Ride in a Spanish Galleon. Learn about Renaissance arts and sciences. Shrink in size as you enter the Fairy Village and pet a unicorn. Enjoy performances and music, food, and arts and crafts.
  • Poet Lauren Camp: Reads Turquoise Door – Camp’s fourth collection of poetry is written as a series of conversations with Mabel Dodge Luhan, the artist, feminist, and utopian visionary of early 20th-century Taos. op.cit Books in DeVargas, Sun, Sept 16 at 2pm
  • Full Moon Water Wheel Ceremony – Pray for moisture, bless the waters and offer up items for blessings and in hopes of heavy rains. Frenchy’s Field, Mon, Sept 24 at 5pm
  • Here From Hollywood for One Night OnlyCock Tales: Shame on Me! Ticket includes Dinner & One Woman Show with Actress/Playwright, Debra Ehrhardt Thurs. Oct. 11. Click here for tickets. Seating Limited



Cool Recipe

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Cheesy Skillet Cornbread – Yum! Recipe here



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Feeling like Fall

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Cool Picks for the Week

  • RSVP for SF Women to Women Luncheon Wed. Sept. 12 with guest speaker Kelly Wendorf, EQUUS talking about Horse Wisdom – 5 Million Years of Feminine Leadership for Today’s World. Noon at Cowgirl. $25 cash or check at the door. Don’t forget to RSVP today!
  • Speaking Into Presence invites you to experiment and experience speaking out in a new way. Where do you need to speak more effectively with confidence, claim your voice and be heard? Offered by Beata Lewis (BridgingLives.com), Executive Coach with a specialization as a certified Master Somatic Coach. Date: Monday, 9/17. Time: 5:15-7:30pm. Location: Santa Fe (address provided upon enrollment). Space Limited to 8 Participants. Price: $47. Speaking Into Presence – http://www. bridginglives.com/ SpeakingIntoPresence.html
  • Drive Electric Week Celebration – Test drive EV cars and motorcycles, learn about how cost-effective the technology is, talk with current EV owners and enter for giveaway prizes. Learn what “driving green” is about – Sat. Sept. 8 from 10am – 3pm Santa Fe Place Mall 4250 Cerrillos Road
  • Wassa Wassa African Dance & Drum 5th annual festival: learn to dance, drum and sing with renowned artists from Guinea, Mali, Congo, Zimbabwe and the US. Public performance Sat. Sept 8 at 8pm Railyard Performance Center. More info here
  • B52s Benefit Concert at the Santa Fe Opera on Mon., Sept 10 – A limited number of VIP seats are available thru Kitchen Angeles. VIP tickets include: preferred parking, orchestra seating, and a catered reception before the event. Contact Tony at 505.471.7780 X 205 to purchase VIP tickets.

     

  • Volunteers needed for STEM Santa Fe’s Expanding your Horizonsconference on Saturday October 13, 2018 at Santa Fe Community College. We are expecting 200 girls, in 5th-8th grade, from Santa Fe and Northern NM schools to participate. For more details and to sign up click here or contact: Volunteer@stemsantafe.org if you have any questions. They also need donations of swag for the conference bags and/or inkind donations of STEM kits as door prizes. Any number of swag items is accepted. Contact: Lina.Germann@stemsantafe.org

Cool Happening

Desfile de Los Ninos, Pet Parade

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Santa Fe Plaza
Sat., Sept. 8
Parade Starts at 9:00 a.m.


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