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Happy, Healthy Friday

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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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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

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Pumpkin Spice Days Are Here

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Cool Art

Wynn-Route66ROUTE 66: THE MOTHER ROAD
New art series by Angel Wynn
Opening Reception Oct. 5 from 5-7pm
7 Arts Gallery – 1/2 block from the Plaza at 125 Lincoln Avenue


Cool Picks for the Week

  • RSVP for Santa Fe Women to Women Luncheon Wed. Oct. 10 at noon at Cowgirl with Guest Speaker Debra Ehrhardt talking about “From the Jamaican Page to the Hollywood Stage”.  Debra is in town for her one-woman show on Thurs. Oct. 11. (see more info below). $25 cash at the door. Click here to RSVP.
  • 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 at Cowgirl. Click here for tickets. Seating Limited
  • At Joe’s Dining: “Of Rocks and Trees” watercolor paintings by Santa Fe artist Roberta Parry through October, 2801 Rodeo Rd
  • Global Big Day is an international birding event to collect data on migrating birds. Bandelier National Monument, Sat, Oct 6. Meet at the visitor center at 8 am for a bird walk down the Falls Trail to kick off this important bird day; bring water, wear comfortable shoes or boots and tote some binoculars if you have them.
  • SFWC Flea Market – Find bargains, food ‘n’ fun at the annual market to benefit the Woman’s Club, young women’s scholarships and local nonprofits. Santa Fe Woman’s Club, Sat, Oct 6 from 1616 Old Pecos Trail , 8am – 4pm
  • Close-Up Magic Workshop with Francis Menotti – Known as the magician that fooled Penn and Teller, Menotti  teaches some tricks focusing on coins, cards and borrowed items. Bring a fresh deck of cards; they’re also available for purchase at the cinema. Jean Cocteau Cinema. Sat, Oct 6, 12 – 1pm – $10
  • Golondrinas Harvest Festival – Autumn is a vibrant time to visit Santa Fe’s living history museum. Taste syrup from the burro-driven sorghum mill, help make cider by cranking a traditional apple press, pick a pumpkin from the scarecrow-guarded patch; children can stomp grapes by foot, make a cornhusk dolls or roll their own tortilla by hand. El Rancho de las Golondrinas, Sun, Oct 7 from 10am – 4pm, $6 – $8
  • Santa Fe Farmers Market New Hours: Wednesday Afternoon Market and El Mercado del Sur are now closed for the season. Saturday & Tuesday Markets are open 8am – 1pm
  • Pet Supply Drive for Santa Fe Animal Shelter and Espanola Valley Humane Society.
    Donations will be accepted:
    Mon. Oct. 8 thru Fri. Oct. 12
    at 2000 Old Pecos Trail
    8:00am- 5:00pmSuggested Donations Include:
    Kitty Litter (non-clumping)
    Cat Toys
    Pet Carriers/Kennel-Aires
    Large/Small Stainless Steel Food Bowls
    Non-Plush Dog Toys Suitable for Sanitizing (such as Kongs)
    Collapsible Dog Kennels
    Blankets & Towels
    Purina Brand Dry & Canned Food for Puppies, Adult Dogs, Kittens & Adult Cats
    Friskies & Fancy Feast Canned Cat Foods

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  • Ticket includes Dinner (vegetarian options) & One Woman Show with Actress/Playwright, Debra Ehrhardt Thurs. Oct. 11 at Cowgirl. Click here for tickets. Seating Limited

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Coolness in August

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Cool Picks for the Week

  • Quinn Fontaine’s Hung Like a Seahorse, the “show and tell” version of his memoir, live and in person, directed by Susan Mele at Studio Center of Santa Fe, Fri. Aug 23 – Sun. Aug 26, 7:30 pm, click here for tickets

  • Town of Cerrillos Yard Sale, Sat, Aug 25, 9am pm

     

  • Santa Fe Indivisible Meeting, Mon. Aug. 27, Center for Progress & Justice, 1420 Cerrillos Rd. Join the politically progressive group for occasional guest speakers, discussing your concerns, and group activism like writing postcards to deliver to our reps in Congress. Newcomers are always welcome, so go fight the good fight. 7pm
  • Shakespeare in the Garden, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, performances nightly except Mondays thru Sept. 2nd, 7:30pm Botanical Gardens, $10 – $45
  • If you were not able to attend the Aug. 1st meeting of 100 Women Who Care in Santa Fe don’t forget to write your check to Girls On The Run and mail it to Katie Rountree. Click here to request the mailing address. Deadline is this week to get your check in. Thank you!

     

  • A message from Katie Rountree:  “Each fall I try to put together a Giving Box which I keep in my car at all times. The box contains items that might be needed by the homeless or someone caught in a sudden rainstorm. I like to keep jackets and gloves in the box because as fall approaches often times the homeless are unprepared for the colder weather and I can just give them a jacket and some gloves on the spot. A box of dog treats are also in my Giving Box because many homeless people now have dogs as companions and what dog couldn’t use a little extra treat? I carry umbrellas because so many people don’t have one handy in a sudden rainstorm. If I see some caught in the rain I can just hand one to them. Other items are band aids, extra water and anything else I think someone could use. If you have any of these items that you no longer need, I would greatly appreciate a donation to the Giving Box. You may bring items to the next Women to Women Lunch on Sept. 12th or email me for pick up. Thank you! Katie

Cool Event

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The 99th year of this Santa Fe tradition, the Fiesta Melodrama lampoons local politicians and issues all through the lens of an “Old West” style melodrama. A dastardly villain is determined to destroy the delicate decoupage of Santa Fe society and it is up to our hero to save the day. The Fiesta Melodrama is written every year by a team of courageously anonymous writers and is presented as part of the Fiesta de Santa Fe celebration.  Aug. 23–Sept. 9 at the Santa Fe Playhouse, 142 E De Vargas St, 505-988-4262


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P.S. Here’s Something Else Cool…

Paul Selig postcard Santa Fe (1)
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DINNER & ONE WOMAN SHOW- ONE NIGHT ONLY!
CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS
Thursday, October 11 – Dinner at 6pm, Show at 7pm
Cowgirl – Private Dining Room
Produced by Jody Feagan & Katie Rountree


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Indian Market Week in Santa Fe

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Mixed Media on Canvas by Janet O’Neal, Santa Fe artist
If you know someone in the Oklahoma City area, let them know that Janet has Printmaking & Resin Workshops coming up in September. Click here for more info.


Cool Picks for the Week

  • If you were not able to attend the Aug. 1st meeting of 100 Women Who Care in Santa Fe don’t forget to write your check to Girls On The Run and mail it to Katie Rountree. Click here to request the mailing address.

  • Fix it Clinic fixit.org: Learn how to fix your broken stuff (or at least learn more about how it works) & learn how you can become a coach at future clinics. Sat. Aug. 11th, 1-4pm
  • Learn the Japanese Art of Paper Marbling – free class – Sat. Aug. 11, 1-4 pm. email msagan1035@aol.com to register
  • Haciendas A Parade of Homes: Thousands of dollars from this event go to local charitable organizations: Habitat for Humanity, High School Athletic Teams, Big Brothers/Big Sisters, Girls Inc., the Boys and Girls Club, United Way, Agua Fria Children’s Zone, Santa Fe Animal Shelter and Humane Society, and others. Aug. 10 – 12 & 17- 19 . Click here for tickets
  • RSVP Now for the next Santa Fe Women to Women Luncheon, Wed Aug, 15 w/ guest speaker Dr. Robyn Benson, from Santa Fe Soul Center For Optimal Health talking about the “Power of Regenerative Medicine: Natural therapies to look 10 years younger, renew & restore sexual function & libido, end continence & feel more energy & vitality every day”. Noon at Cowgirl. $25 at the cash at door email Jody to reserve your spot. Space limited.
  • The amazing “Drop that Contained the Sea” that was performed in March in Rio Rancho by NM Gay Men’s Chorus, Rio Rancho Youth Choir and the Zia Singers is being reprised in Santa Fe at the Lensic on Thurs., Aug. 23, at 7pm www.theziasingers.com

  • Part Time Bookkeeper Needed: CASA First, a small non-profit advocating for foster children is looking for a 20+ hours a month. Must pay bills, reconcile deposits of donations and bank statements, prepare monthly financials for Board meetings, run payroll bi-monthly, and prepare payroll tax reports, among other bookkeeping duties including helping with annual financial audit. Quikbooks experience needed. Very flexible schedule in casual friendly environment. EEOC. 505-820-1500. annie@casafirst.org

     


A Cool Event

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Every One is the result of a social collaboration conceived and created by the artist, Cannupa Hanska Luger, who invited communities from across the U.S. and Canada to create two-inch-diameter clay beads. Each of the resulting 4,000 handmade clay beads represents an indigenous individual who has been the victim of gender violence. Strung together, they form a portrait based on a photograph by First Nations photographer Kali Spitzer. Sat., Aug 11, exhibited at the Museum of International Folk Art, 706 Camino Lejo. An artist talk with Luger is Thurs., Aug. 16 at 2 pm, also at the Museum. It will remain on display through September 21, 2018.


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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P.S. Here’s Something Else Cool…

Paul Selig postcard Santa Fe (1)
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Cock Tales logo CMYK 2118 × 1347 pixels
DINNER & ONE WOMAN SHOW- ONE NIGHT ONLY!
CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS
Thursday, October 11 – Dinner at 6pm, Show at 7pm
Cowgirl – Private Dining Room
Produced by Jody Feagan & Katie Rountree


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