Welcome to the Cool List, my blog about cool things happening in Santa Fe. Please forward it to a friend if you like it.
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
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…
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