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Santa Fe Spring 2011 Events

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Spring can’t come soon enough for many of us, not just in Santa Fe, but everywhere struck by the deep freeze this winter. Thankfully, we’re seeing life in the city’s gardens as we begin to warm up and town moves into a livelier time.

Coming up over the next several months are several notable events: On April 16 the Lensic Performing Arts Center will celebrate both the anniversary of its Art Deco theater and its modern reincarnation as a premier performance venue; The Native Treasures Indian Art Festival returns on the last weekend in May with a show and sale by more than 200 Native artists; And in June the Santa Fe Studio Tour opens the doors on 38 artist’s studios for an inside look at their creative processes.

Of course every day is an art day in Santa Fe but Fridays remain special. The West Palace Arts District holds a First Friday Art Walk through a number of participating galleries on the first Friday of every month downtown on Palace Avenue. The Santa Fe Railyard galleries hold a Last Friday Art Walk on the final Friday of each month, showcasing the district’s contemporary works. On every Friday of the year there are gallery events, artists receptions, and exhibition openings at any number of Santa Fe’s 200 plus galleries. Each night is a chance to meet local, national, and international artists in person and get closer to Santa Fe’s art scene. All events are free.

Spring is a beautiful time for strolling Santa Fe’s picturesque streets. Flowers are blooming and while rain and even snow can fall, many days are warm and perfect for golf or other outdoor activities. The busy summer is still some weeks away, so there are still special deals and packages available at hotels. To find them, visit SantaFe.org


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Shows, Events, and Exhibits in Santa Fe this Spring:

April 1Mary Jane Colter Weekend, presented by La Fonda Hotel and the New Mexico History Museum. Mary Jane Colter was a visionary architect and designer who in 1910 transformed the interior of the hotel. Guests for this weekend will enjoy special lectures, a reception, and a Harvey House inspired dinner. www.ticketssantafe.org

Every Saturday morning at 8:30 the dedicated birders at the Randall Davey Audubon Center & Sanctuary lead groups on guided bird watching trips. Free, no reservations needed. www.nm.audubon.org

April 2 – The 7th Annual Santa Fe Japanese Cultural Festival. This year’s theme is “Calligraphy” and includes Grammy-winning Taiko drummer Koji Nakamura and koto player Ukiko Matuyma. All day stage performances, food booth, workshops, art & crafts displays. $2. Free for 12 and under. www.santafejin.org

April 2 – Legendary singer/musician Arlo Guthrie comes to Santa Fe. Lensic, www.lensic.org

April 8 – The Nrityagram Dance Ensemble. Dance and music from southern India in a captivating performance. Lensic, www.lensic.org

April 8 – Free public reception at the New Mexico Museum of Art for Earth Now: American Photographers and the Landscape. 5:30 to 7:30. www.nmartmuseum.org

April 16 – The Lensic Performing Arts Center celebrates the 80th Anniversary of the Lensic Theater and the 10th Anniversary of the creation of the nonprofit Lensic Performing Arts Center — Santa Fe’s top performance venue. Special performances at the Lensic will be followed by a black tie Gala Dinner Dance at La Fonda Santa Fe. Tickets are $250 so while not a budget deal, this will be a very special night in Santa Fe. www.lensic.org

April 23 – Explore the Seton Castle ruins and discover the life and work of its former owner, pioneering naturalist Ernest Thompson Seton. A 10 AM tour led by the Managing Director of the property’s new owners, The Academy for the Love of Learning, showcases the current renovation and the academy’s carrying forward of Seton’s work. www.aloveoflearning.org

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April 30La Tierra Torture Mountain Bike Race. Competition and fun for everyone from beginners to experts on the trails north of Santa Fe. Sanctioned by USA Cycling. www.latierratorture.com

May 1Gary Burton and Chick Corea Duet presented by the New Mexico Jazz Festival. Lensic, www.lensic.org.

May 5 – Santa Fe’s 26th Annual Century Ride. One hundred miles of history starting and ending in Santa Fe. 25, 50, and 75 mile rides as well, plus a “Half-Century Loop”. www.santafecentury.com

May 28-29, 2011Native Treasures Indian Arts Festival. Presented by the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, Native Treasures now features more than 200 established masters and emerging Native American artists who are specially invited by the museum to represent the best and brightest of the Indian art world. At the Santa Fe Convention Center. Saturday $5, Sunday free. nativetreasuressantafe.org

June 4-5, 20118th Annual East Mountain Fiber Farm & Studio Tour, in rural Santa Fe County. Fiber artists open their studios and farmers open their pens to visitors who can mingle with the alpacas, sheep, camels, angora goats, llamas, and angora rabbits. Free. www.newmexico.org/calendar

June 4-5, 2011Spring Festival & Children’s Fair. Join in the activities of a Spanish Colonial farm at picturesque El Rancho de las Golondrinas, a living history museum. www.golondrinas.org.

June 5 & June 12, 2011 Tour Santa Fe’s most beautiful private gardens on two consecutive Sundays. There is also a gourmet picnic. www.santafebotanicalgarden.org

June 18 – Opening of Home Lands: How Women Made the West at the New Mexico History Museum. An extensive show including artifacts, art – Martinez, Velarde, O’Keeffe, Bromwell – photographs – Gilpin, Haffer – and contemporary artists, with more than 200 objects spanning 1,200 years. www.nmhistorymuseum.org. An opening reception will be held at 6:30 PM on the 18th in the beautiful Palace of the Governors Courtyard. Be the first to experience this exploration into women of the West. Fine wines and creative cuisine included. http://www.ticketssantafe.com

June 18-19,2011Santa Fe Steeplechase at La Mesita Ranch north of Santa Fe. Tickets available at Buffalo Thunder Resort, www.buffalothunderresort.com

June 17-19,2011Santa Fe Studio Tour featuring 38 individual artist’s studios in and around Santa Fe. Free. www.showcaseofthearts.com


ONGOING

Santa Fe is one of America’s premier cities for Creative Tourism. With more than 90 experiences to choose from, Santa Fe Creative Tourism makes available the city’s artists, performers, history, and heritage through a fun, meaningful, hands on way. This up close and personal contact brings the city to life by working directly with artisans to learn glass blowing or ceramics or weaving, taking a guided walk in Santa Fe’s beautiful landscape to explore the area’s Native American and Spanish history, or by experiencing Santa Fe through dozens of other activities. Find out how to make a one on one connection with some of the city’s most creative community members and discover Santa Fe through a new and memorable experience. www.santafecreativetourism.org

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Golf is something taken seriously in Northern New Mexico and no course is more convenient to Santa Fe than Marty Sanchez Links de Santa Fe. The course is named for a promising young Santa Fe golfer whose life ended too soon. His passion for the game is reflected in the outstanding facilities at his namesake links. With a Baxter Spann designed 18 hole course that plays from 5,045 to 7,415 yards depending on tee choice, a nine hole, par 28 course named one of Travel + Leisure magazine’s Top Five Big Little Courses, and a setting that surrounds players with Santa Fe’s Rocky Mountain splendor, the Links de Santa Fe is a beautiful, challenging, and affordable choice for golf in Santa Fe. www.linksdesantafe.com

IN THE MUSEUMS

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Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian.Nature Nurtures: Jewelry by Liz Wallace showcases the artist’s wide-ranging and nature-inspired work. Nizhoni Shimna’: Master Weavers of the Toadlena/Two Grey Hills Region, showcasing both contemporary and traditional weavers, continues through April 17, 2011.
www.wheelwright.org

Museum of Indian Arts & Culture.Creative Spark! The Life and Art of Tony Da, the largest exhibition ever of the groundbreaking artist’s pottery and paintings, opened in February and continues through the end of 2011.
www.miaclab.org

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New Mexico History Museum/Palace of the Governors. Continuing exhibits include: Telling New Mexico: Stories from Then and Now, a long-term exhibition that recounts 500 years of New Mexico history, Santa Fe Found, artifacts that reveal the city’s past, the Segesser Hide Paintings and much more. Opening April 15, Ranch Women of New Mexico followed by New Mexico’s African American Legacy: Visible, Viable, Valuable, opening May 15. Beginning June 18, Home Lands: How Women Made the West, opens with a series of exhibitions that will last through summer.
www.nmhistorymuseum.org

Museum of International Folk Art.Folk Art of the Andes, a major exhibit featuring a variety of 19th and 20th century costumes, toys, ceramics, carvings, embroidery, and textiles opens April 17. The Arts of Survival, opening July 3 with special programming throughout the Santa Fe International Folk Art Market, takes a fascinating look at how folk artists have helped their communities through four disasters; the Haitian earthquake, Hurricane Katrina, floods in Pakistan, and the volcanic eruption of Mt. Merapi in Indonesia.
www.internationalfolkart.org

New Mexico Museum of Art. Two exhibits open April 8: Kamilo (Twisted Waters), a kaleidoscopic video installation that is one artist’s visual presentation of a part of the Pacific Ocean where currents have collected a vast amount of plastic debris. American Photographers and the Environment will showcase the work of more than 100 famous landscape photographers. Both are part of the ongoing Earth Now exhibition.
www.nmartmuseum.org

Georgia O’Keeffe Museum.Shared Intelligence: American Painting and the Photograph opens May 20. It will bring together works from artists such as O’Keeffe, Thomas Eakins, Cindy Sherman, Alfred Steiglitz, and Charles Sheeler to illustrate the essential relationship of the two mediums.
www.okeeffemuseum.org


WHAT’S AHEAD
Summer is always Santa Fe’s most exciting season with major events packed one after another into the calendar.

July 1-August 27, 2011The Santa Fe Opera opens it’s season July 1 with Gounod’s Faust, followed by La Boheme, by Puccini, Vivaldi’s Griselda, Menotti’s The Last Savage, and Wozzeck, by Alban Berg. Pack a tailgate dinner or sign up for the preview buffet and don’t miss the complementary prelude talks before every performance. www.santafeopera.org

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July 7-10, 2011Art Santa Fe returns to the Santa Fe Community Convention Center for its 11th annual international art fair. A total experience that includes a mix of outstanding contemporary galleries from around the world, cutting-edge art installations, emerging artists and dealers, an opening night Vernissage, and an always compelling feature lecture. At the Santa Fe Convention Center. www.artsantafe.com

July 8-10, 2011The International Folk Art Market is the largest international folk art market in the world. The market provides the chance to meet and shop 150 of the world’s finest artists while helping preserve critical cultural traditions and support the artist’s communities. Exotic food and live entertainment add to the global experience. On Museum Hill. www.folkartmarket.org

July 17-August 22, 2011The 39th Annual Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival presents six weeks of sensational music dedicated to artistic excellence. Intimate venues, distinguished musicians, emerging young talent, open rehearsals, and premiers of commissioned works make this one of the world’s preeminent music festivals. Various venues in Santa Fe.
www.sfcmf.org

July 30-31, 2011Traditional Spanish Market is one of the summer’s most popular annual events, celebrating the rich Hispanic heritage of Northern New Mexico. The market includes handmade traditional, Spanish Colonial arts created by more than 200 local and regional artists in addition to continuous live music and dance, art demonstrations, and regional foods. On the Santa Fe Plaza.
www.spanishcolonial.org

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August 4-7, 2011SOFA West: Santa Fe & The Intuit Show of Folk and Outsider Art Prominent international galleries showcase the rich visual heritage of the decorative arts at the third annual SOFA West show-alongside a second art fair under the same roof, The Intuit Show of Folk and Outsider Art featuring galleries presenting self-taught art, art brut, non-traditional art, outsider, and visionary art. Plus a lecture series, special exhibits, and events. At the Santa Fe Convention Center. www.sofaexpo.com

August 11-13, 201128th Annual Whitehawk Ethnographic Art Show This annual show includes more than 150 dealers, featuring Oceanic, Pre-Columbian, Spanish Colonial, African, Oriental, Indonesian, and other ethnographic art from around the world. At the Santa Fe Convention Center. www.whitehawkshows.com

August 14-16, 201133rd Annual Whitehawk Invitational Antique Indian Art Show One of the largest and longest running shows for historic antique Indian art, featuring a wide range of indigenous art treasures. At the Santa Fe Convention Center. www.whitehawkshows.com

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August 20-21, 2011Santa Fe Indian Market 2011: . More than 1,000 of the most gifted Native American artists from across North America showcase their work in this year’s 90th annual market. Time-honored forms, innovative contemporary art, fashion, music, dance, and food are all part of the largest Native American art show and sale in the world. The show and sale take place over the weekend but the week prior is filled with activity including the Best of Show Ceremony and Luncheon and numerous events at galleries and other locations around town. On the Santa Fe Plaza and side streets. www.swaia.org

To keep in touch with everything Santa Fe:
www.santafe.org


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Santa Fe Cultural Event Calendar March 18-27

 

Santa Fe Convention and Visitors Bureau
Cultural and Community Events Listings for Santa Fe
event information brought to you by Santa Fe CVB, Tickets Santa Fe and The Santa Fean.

Covering Friday, March 18, 2011 thru Monday, March 28, 2011

For details visit: http://santafe.org/calendar
or click on the Event Titles.

Fri., March 18, 2011

 
all day

18 DAYS: Exhibition, Film and Performing Arts Event

at Center for Contemporary Arts, 1050 Old Pecos Trail
This 6 week cultural consortium features visual, performing and film events every Fri, Sat. and Sun. through March 20 by women artists of New Mexico. On display, THE EXHIBITION features 137 works by selected artists.

all day

City Tours

at (Click link for detailed listings.)
TOURS AVAILABLE THROUGH:
Eldorado Hotel&Spa, 309 E. San Francisco St.
La Fonda Santa Fe, 100 W. San Francisco St.
*A Well-Born Guide, www.swguides.com

Call tour company to check seasonal scheduling/availability.

all day

Georgia O’Keeffe Home and Studio Tour in Abiquiu

at Abiquiu
 

all day

Somewhere

at CCA, 1050 OLD PECOS TRAIL
 

10 AM – 5 PM

Material World: Textiles & Dress From the Collection

at Museum of International Folk Art
Material World presents a tantalizing glimpse into the Museum of International Folk Art’s largest collection of textiles and costumes stored in 57 closets and numerous trunks and drawers.

10 AM – 5 PM

A Century of Masters: The NEA National Heritage Fellows

at Museum of International Folk Art
Each year, the National Endowment for the Arts honors folk artists, storytellers, performers, and musicians throughout the US for their contributions to traditional art forms.

10 AM – 12:15 PM

BREAD and CHOCOLATE: An Artisanal Epicurean Delight NEW!!

at State Capitol Building
 

2 PM

Randall Davey Historic House Tour

at Randall Davey Audubon Center&Sanctuary
Step back in time as you stroll through the old Santa Fe style home (originally a lumber mill built in 1847 by the U.S. Army), of the artist Randall Davey (1887-1964).

3:30 PM – 7 PM

Ballet Folklorico/Traditional Mexican Folk Dance classes

at LNSF Dance Space, 3022 Cielo Court #C
Los Niños de Santa Fe (LNSF) is a local program dedicated to preserving traditional dances of Mexico.

3:30 PM – 7:30 PM

Ballet Folklorico/Traditional Mexican Folk Dance classes

at LNSF Dance Space
Los Niños de Santa Fe (LNSF) is a local program dedicated to preserving traditional dances of Mexico.

5 PM – 7 PM

Opening for Kathleen McCloud: Futurology 101, Welcome to the Third Wave

at Axle Contemporary, in front of the Farmer’s Market Building, 1607 Paseo de Peralta
Installation at Axle Contemporary with McCloud’s painting, sculpture and audio

5 PM – 7 PM

Opening Reception for“Horizon Line”

at The City of Santa Fe Community Gallery, inside the Santa Fe Community Convention Center, 201 West Marcy Street
Featuring landscape art in all media.

5 PM – 7 PM

Opening Reception for Emilio Lobato&James Marshall

at Winterowd, 701 Canyon Rd.
Lobato and Marshall share an exciting understanding and faith in geometry. In this case, shape used to express the indescribable. Both men use iconic forms as a universal language.

6 PM – 7:30 PM

Sufi Cirlce

at Rotating Locations
Sufi Circles are Heart Circles – open to all. Come experience the advanced meditation practices of Sages, Saints and Seekers searching for Divine Presence.

7 PM

SPREAD: Small Grants for Big Ideas

at Santa Fe Farmer’s Market, see SITE Santa Fe website for details.
Site will hold a dinner and all dinner guests will have the chance to vote for which project gets the grant money

7 PM

Swimming Upstream

at Lensic Performing Arts Center
Buy Tickets

7 PM – 9 PM

Invaders of the Heart: Revelation

at James A. Little Theater
This years’ show constitutes 14 months of planning, over forty dancers (and theater tech staff), ninety costumes, countless hours of choreography and rehearsal time, then production and promotion.

7 PM – 9 PM

Ronald Roybal

at Amaya Restaurant, Hotel Santa Fe, 1501 Paseo de Peralta
Native American Flute and Spanish Classical Guitar Music by six-time Native American Music Award Nominee and two-time New Mexico Music Industry Award winner Ronald Roybal.

7 PM – 11 PM

OPEN MIC NIGHT

at Mineshaft Tavern, 2846 Hwy 14, Madrid
Please call to check the status for cancellations or changes. 505-473-0743.

7:30 PM

Savor!

at Eldorado Hotel, 309 W. San Francisco St.
Amplified for dancing – beautiful place and good dance floor

8:30 PM – 11:30 PM

Eldorado Court Lounge Live Entertainment

at Eldorado Hotel & Spa
Join us at the Eldorado Hotel & Spa for live entertainment Thursday through Saturday! Cover charge is $5. Thursday live entertainment is from 7pm until 10pm.

9 PM

CalQl8rz / Gimme Sum

at BUFFALO THUNDER RESORT&CASINO, Blue Tower Lounge
See casino website for details. Blue Tower Lounge is a 100-seat entertainment venue located on the casino level. R&B, Soul, Funk, 9 pm to close.

9 PM

DJ FloFader

at BUFFALO THUNDER RESORT&CASINO CLUB WAREHOUSE
9 pm to close. To reserve VIP seating, call (505) 819.2234.

9 PM

Heartbeats

at Corazon, 401 S. Guadalupe
Heartbeats: Christian Martin wʼ Numbtron&Erin E. $8-$10 9pm (Bassy Booty Tech-House).

Sat., March 19, 2011

 
all day

18 DAYS: Exhibition, Film and Performing Arts Event

at Center for Contemporary Arts, 1050 Old Pecos Trail
This 6 week cultural consortium features visual, performing and film events every Fri, Sat. and Sun. through March 20 by women artists of New Mexico. On display, THE EXHIBITION features 137 works by selected artists.

all day

City Tours

at (Click link for detailed listings.)
TOURS AVAILABLE THROUGH:
Eldorado Hotel&Spa, 309 E. San Francisco St.
La Fonda Santa Fe, 100 W. San Francisco St.
*A Well-Born Guide, www.swguides.com

Call tour company to check seasonal scheduling/availability.

8 AM – 3 PM

The FLEA

at El Museo, 555 Camino de la Familia across the tracks from The Farmer’s Market
The best flea in the West. Old Stuff, New Stuff, The Right Stuff. 80 vendors + coffee and croissants. Free admission, $1 underground parking. See ya at The FLEA 982 2671. Saturdays and Sundays, closed December 25th and January 1st.

8:30 AM

Guided Bird Walk at the Audubon Center

at Randall Davey Audubon Center&Sanctuary
Every Saturday morning an experienced birder will lead an easy walk on the grounds of the 135–acre Randall Davey Audubon Center&Sanctuary. Bring your binoculars or borrow ours. All skill levels are welcome.

9 AM – 1 PM

Saturday Winter Farmer’s Market

at Santa Fe Railyard
 

10 AM – 5 PM

Material World: Textiles & Dress From the Collection

at Museum of International Folk Art
Material World presents a tantalizing glimpse into the Museum of International Folk Art’s largest collection of textiles and costumes stored in 57 closets and numerous trunks and drawers.

10 AM – 5 PM

A Century of Masters: The NEA National Heritage Fellows

at Museum of International Folk Art
Each year, the National Endowment for the Arts honors folk artists, storytellers, performers, and musicians throughout the US for their contributions to traditional art forms.

10:15 AM

Case Trading Post Saturday Lectures

at Wheelwright Museum, 704 Camino Lejo, Museum Hill
Be sure to visit us on Saturday mornings, beginning at 10:15 AM, to take a look at various aspects of Native Indian art. A new topic is presented each week. Admission is free, and refreshments are served.

11 AM

Spring Equinox Celebration!

at Santa Fe Farmers’ Market
Kids, join Annie Rose the Flower Fairy for stories, songs, and activities to celebrate Spring. Plant some seeds and watch them grow! Event begins at 11am.

11 AM

The Met: Live in HD, Donizetti’s Lucia di Lammermoor

at The Lensic, 211 W. San Francisco St.
11 a.m. with an encore presentation at 6 p.m. Expected Running time: 4 hours. $22 / $15 Lensic members and students. Tickets are available at www.Lensic.org, at Tickets Santa Fe at The Lensic at 988-1234 or in person at 211 W.
Buy Tickets

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Art of the Shoe Luncheon

at La Posada de Santa Fe
Buy Tickets

noon – 2 PM

The Art of the Shoe Fundraising Luncheon

at La Posada de Santa Fe
The New Mexico Committee of the National Museum of Women salutes Guadalupe Goler in a gala fundraising luncheon.

1 PM – 6 PM

Play Go (Wei Ch’i, Paduk)

at St. John’s College Peterson Center Coffee Shop
 

2 PM

DANZA FOLKLORICA QUETZAL

at El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe, 555 Camino de la Familia
Danza Folklorica Quetzal for secondary school and college age students. Info: (505) 992-0591 or (505) 603-7997 (Xochitl). There is no charge.

6 PM

Lucia Di Lammermoor Encore

at Lensic Performing Arts Center
Buy Tickets

6:30 PM – 8:30 PM

John Serkin, Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar

at Epazote, 416 Agua Fria
Dine to the sweet, tropical sounds of Hawaiian slack key guitar. Gentle, relaxing, and good for the digestion!.

7 PM

BASS WARFARE

at Warehouse 21, 1614 Paseo De Peralta (505) 989-4423
BASS WARFARE: Kotecki wʼ Illa MC also Mute Swaun, The Infektor, 5L, 13 Pieces&Elephunk $5-$7 (W21) All Ages 7pm (Dubstep)(505) 989-4423

7 PM

Flamenco Dinner Show

at El Farol, 808 Canyon Road
Our Flamenco show is performed either in a small room with 40 seats or on our covered and heated back patio. One is reminded of the caves in Granada where Flamenco shows are performed up close and intimate.

7 PM – 9 PM

Invaders of the Heart: Revelation

at James A. Little Theater
This years’ show constitutes 14 months of planning, over forty dancers (and theater tech staff), ninety costumes, countless hours of choreography and rehearsal time, then production and promotion.

7 PM – 9 PM

Ronald Roybal

at Amaya Restaurant, Hotel Santa Fe, 1501 Paseo de Peralta
Native American Flute and Spanish Classical Guitar Music by six-time Native American Music Award Nominee and two-time New Mexico Music Industry Award winner Ronald Roybal.

8 PM – 11 PM

Savor!

at San Francisco Bar and Grill, 50 East San Francisco St.
Amplified for listening and dancing – great floor and great food. No cover!.

8:30 PM – 11:30 PM

Eldorado Court Lounge Live Entertainment

at Eldorado Hotel & Spa
Join us at the Eldorado Hotel & Spa for live entertainment Thursday through Saturday! Cover charge is $5. Thursday live entertainment is from 7pm until 10pm.

9 PM

Ashley Raines&The New West Review wʼThe Santa Fe All Stars

at Corazon, 401 S. Guadalupe
Ashley Raines&The New West Review wʼ The Santa Fe All Stars $5-$7 9pm (Americana)

9 PM

CalQl8rz / Gimme Sum

at BUFFALO THUNDER RESORT&CASINO, Blue Tower Lounge
See casino website for details. Blue Tower Lounge is a 100-seat entertainment venue located on the casino level. R&B, Soul, Funk, 9 pm to close.

9 PM

DJ Automatic

at BUFFALO THUNDER RESORT&CASINO CLUB WAREHOUSE
9 pm to close. To reserve VIP seating, call (505) 819.2234.

Sun., March 20, 2011

 
all day

18 DAYS: Exhibition, Film and Performing Arts Event

at Center for Contemporary Arts, 1050 Old Pecos Trail
This 6 week cultural consortium features visual, performing and film events every Fri, Sat. and Sun. through March 20 by women artists of New Mexico. On display, THE EXHIBITION features 137 works by selected artists.

all day

City Tours

at (Click link for detailed listings.)
TOURS AVAILABLE THROUGH:
Eldorado Hotel&Spa, 309 E. San Francisco St.
La Fonda Santa Fe, 100 W. San Francisco St.
*A Well-Born Guide, www.swguides.com

Call tour company to check seasonal scheduling/availability.

8 AM – 3 PM

The FLEA

at El Museo, 555 Camino de la Familia across the tracks from The Farmer’s Market
The best flea in the West. Old Stuff, New Stuff, The Right Stuff. 80 vendors + coffee and croissants. Free admission, $1 underground parking. See ya at The FLEA 982 2671. Saturdays and Sundays, closed December 25th and January 1st.

10 AM – 4 PM

Artisans Market

at Santa Fe Farmers Market, 1607 Paseo de Peralta
 

10 AM – 5 PM

Material World: Textiles & Dress From the Collection

at Museum of International Folk Art
Material World presents a tantalizing glimpse into the Museum of International Folk Art’s largest collection of textiles and costumes stored in 57 closets and numerous trunks and drawers.

10 AM – 5 PM

A Century of Masters: The NEA National Heritage Fellows

at Museum of International Folk Art
Each year, the National Endowment for the Arts honors folk artists, storytellers, performers, and musicians throughout the US for their contributions to traditional art forms.

1 PM – 3 PM

Community Labyrinth Walk

at Milner Plaza Labyrinth, Museum of International Folk Art
Celebrating Spring Equinox: The Santa Fe Labyrinth Resource group cordially invites everyone to a community Labyrinth walk outdoors, at the Milner Plaza Labyrinth. Live music and more! FREE!.

2 PM – 3:30 PM

Case Studies in Contemporary Music

at St. Francis Auditorium, 107 W. Palace Ave.
 

2 PM – 4 PM

Television Premiere on New Mexico’s History

at New Mexico History Museum Auditorium
Preview eight episodes of the PBS KNME-TV and New Mexico History Museum television series Moments in Time, Sunday, March 20, 2 to 4pm, in the History Museum auditorium.

4 PM – 6 PM

A Celebration of the Enduring American Popular Song

at Vanessie of Santa Fe, 434 West San Francisco Street
For the past six years, David Jenness has hosted a showcase of local musicians performing a variety of popular songs at Vanessie’s of Santa Fe.
Buy Tickets

7 PM – 10 PM

NACHA MENDEZ Latin Soul Dinner Show

at El Farol, 808 Canyon Road
Nacha Mendez is hailed as” The reigning diva of Latin World Music”in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Recently voted Best Female Vocalist in Santa Fe, New Mexico 2009.

8 PM

LIMELIGHT KARAOKE w/ Michèle Leidig!

at Corazon, 401 S. Guadalupe
NO COVER LIMELIGHT KARAOKE w/ Michèle Leidig! Call (505) 983-4559 or see website for details

10 PM – 5 AM

Clearance Book Sale

at Palace of the Governors Book, Print, and Photo Archives Shop
Choose from 1,200 titles at the Shops’ blowout book sale through March 31, 10am to 5pm. (Closed Mondays). Choose from a large assortment of fiction, biography, history and children’s books.

Mon., March 21, 2011

 
all day

City Tours

at (Click link for detailed listings.)
TOURS AVAILABLE THROUGH:
Eldorado Hotel&Spa, 309 E. San Francisco St.
La Fonda Santa Fe, 100 W. San Francisco St.
*A Well-Born Guide, www.swguides.com

Call tour company to check seasonal scheduling/availability.

10:30 AM

ALLAN HOUSER SCULPTURE GARDEN TOURS

at Located off the historic Turquoise Trail (Hwy 14) off I-40 West, or I-25 North.
Tours daily, Monday through Friday. Closed weekends. Please call for appointment and a map: 505.471.1528 or e-mail btrujillo@allanhouser.com.

2 PM – 3 PM

Carrie Tingley&Katherine O’Conner

at Museum of Spanish Colonial Art, 750 Camino Lejo
Free. Chautauqua Program: Van Ann Moore presents Katherine Kennedy O’Conner and New Mexico’s First Lady Carrie Wooster Tingley.

3:30 PM – 7 PM

Ballet Folklorico/Traditional Mexican Folk Dance classes

at LNSF Dance Space, 3022 Cielo Court #C
Los Niños de Santa Fe (LNSF) is a local program dedicated to preserving traditional dances of Mexico.

3:30 PM – 7:30 PM

Ballet Folklorico/Traditional Mexican Folk Dance classes

at LNSF Dance Space
Los Niños de Santa Fe (LNSF) is a local program dedicated to preserving traditional dances of Mexico.

6 PM – 7:30 PM

Life is a Creative Process: Is Creativity for Everyone?

at O’Keeffe Museum, 217 Johnson St.
 

7 PM

Telekinesis wʼThe Globes

at Corazon, 401 S. Guadalupe
Telekinesis wʼ The Globes $8-$10 All Ages 7pm (Power Pop, Progressive Rock) Then it’s a late show with Davila 666 $5-$7 10pm (Garage Rock)

7 PM – 9 PM

Heavenly Bodies Drum Circle

at Santa Fe Harmony Center, 27 Two Trails Road
All life has an underlying rhythm, from our own heartbeat to the movement of the stars. Drumming is a way to re-connect with these fundamental rhythms, supporting wellness on every level of being.

8 PM – 10 PM

AWAKE POETICA Poetas y Tapas

at El Farol, 808 Canyon Road
Monday night poetry gathering

9 PM

Cowgirl Karaoke

at Cowgirl Bar&Grill, 319 S Guadalupe
Come get in touch with your inner Rock Star!!! 9pm no cover 505-982-2565

9 PM

Picture Plane wʼHollagramz

at Rouge Cat, 101 W. Marcy St.
$8-$10, 9pm (Synth Pop, Trance Dub)

Tue., March 22, 2011

 
all day

City Tours

at (Click link for detailed listings.)
TOURS AVAILABLE THROUGH:
Eldorado Hotel&Spa, 309 E. San Francisco St.
La Fonda Santa Fe, 100 W. San Francisco St.
*A Well-Born Guide, www.swguides.com

Call tour company to check seasonal scheduling/availability.

all day

Georgia O’Keeffe Home and Studio Tour in Abiquiu

at Abiquiu
 

10 AM – 5 PM

Material World: Textiles & Dress From the Collection

at Museum of International Folk Art
Material World presents a tantalizing glimpse into the Museum of International Folk Art’s largest collection of textiles and costumes stored in 57 closets and numerous trunks and drawers.

10 AM – 5 PM

A Century of Masters: The NEA National Heritage Fellows

at Museum of International Folk Art
Each year, the National Endowment for the Arts honors folk artists, storytellers, performers, and musicians throughout the US for their contributions to traditional art forms.

1 PM – 3 PM

New Mexico Governor’s Mansion

at 1 Mansion Dr.
Free docent led tours of the New Mexico Governor’s Mansion. No reservations necessary for groups less than 6 persons; larger groups call 505-476-2800.

6 PM – 8 PM

Open Bluegrass Jam

at Backroad Pizza, 1807 Second Street
Bring your instrument and join in or just come and enjoy the fabulous live bluegrass music! Open to everyone. Call 505 955 9055 for details.

7 PM

Banff Mountain Film Festival 2010/2011 World Tour

at The Lensic, 211 W. San Francisco St.
Different films each of two nights brought to you by National Geographic, North Face&Parks Canada presented locally by SDC Mountain Works&Project 101.5 FM. $15 or $25 for both days.
Buy Tickets

7 PM

The Seedy Seeds wʼMilagres

at Corazon, 401 S. Guadalupe
The Seedy Seeds wʼ Milagres $5-$7 All Ages 7pm (Pop Grass, Indie Pop). Then at 11 it’s THE REGGAE PARTY! w’ DJs Dynamite Sol&Joe Ray Sandoval! $5.

7:30 PM – 11 PM

Argentine Tango Milonga

at El Meson, 213 Washington Ave.
$5 min. purchase. A night of tango dancing.

8 PM – 10 PM

CANYON ROAD BLUES JAM: All Musicians Welcome

at El Farol, 808 Canyon Road
Every Tuesday, Blues, Soul, R&R

9 PM

DJ John Karaoke

at BUFFALO THUNDER RESORT&CASINO, Blue Tower Lounge
Blue Tower Lounge is a 100-seat entertainment venue located on the casino level. Karaoke, 9 pm to close.

9 PM

TEAM TUESDAYS with DJ’s FEATHERICCI&BACON

at Cowgirl Bar&Grill, 319 S Guadalupe
DJs Feathericci and Bacon plus special guests. 9pm, $3 cover. 505-982-2565.

Wed., March 23, 2011

 
all day

City Tours

at (Click link for detailed listings.)
TOURS AVAILABLE THROUGH:
Eldorado Hotel&Spa, 309 E. San Francisco St.
La Fonda Santa Fe, 100 W. San Francisco St.
*A Well-Born Guide, www.swguides.com

Call tour company to check seasonal scheduling/availability.

10 AM – 5 PM

Material World: Textiles & Dress From the Collection

at Museum of International Folk Art
Material World presents a tantalizing glimpse into the Museum of International Folk Art’s largest collection of textiles and costumes stored in 57 closets and numerous trunks and drawers.

10 AM – 5 PM

A Century of Masters: The NEA National Heritage Fellows

at Museum of International Folk Art
Each year, the National Endowment for the Arts honors folk artists, storytellers, performers, and musicians throughout the US for their contributions to traditional art forms.

10:30 AM

ALLAN HOUSER SCULPTURE GARDEN TOURS

at Located off the historic Turquoise Trail (Hwy 14) off I-40 West, or I-25 North.
Tours daily, Monday through Friday. Closed weekends. Please call for appointment and a map: 505.471.1528 or e-mail btrujillo@allanhouser.com.

11 AM – 5 PM

Fiber Art Guild’s Weaving Show

at La Tienda Gallery, Eldorado
 

noon – 1 PM

The History of Texan Invasions

at New Mexico History Museum, John Gaw Meem Room, 105 Washington Ave. (Enter via the museum’s Washington entrance.)
Spencer Herrera, a Spanish professor at New Mexico State University, speaks on “The Eyes of Texas Are Upon Us: The New Mexico Folk Play Los Tejanos and the History of Texan Invasion.”

5:30 PM – 9 PM

Amaya Dinner

at Amaya Restaurant at Hotel Santa Fe, 1501 Paseo de Peralta
$23 Prix Fixe Menu at Amaya Restaurant, served nightly from 5:30-9PM. Includes your choice of select appetizers, entrees and desserts. To make reservations, email dine@hotelsantafe.com or call 505-955-7805.

6:30 PM – 9:30 PM

Savor!

at La Posada de Santa Fe
Acoustic amplified for dancing, great space and dance floor – $5 cover. 15 minutes from town.

7 PM

Banff Mountain Film Festival 2010/2011 World Tour

at The Lensic, 211 W. San Francisco St.
Different films each of two nights brought to you by National Geographic, North Face&Parks Canada presented locally by SDC Mountain Works&Project 101.5 FM. $15 or $25 for both days.
Buy Tickets

7 PM

Brendan James&Matt White

at Corazon, 401 S. Guadalupe
Brendan James&Matt White $10-$15 All Ages 7pm (Folk, Singer Songwriter)

9 PM

DJ Breakaway

at BUFFALO THUNDER RESORT&CASINO, Blue Tower Lounge
Blue Tower Lounge is a 100-seat entertainment venue located on the casino level. Dance, 9 pm to close.

9 PM

Trash Disco

at Rouge Cat, 101 W. Marcy St.
With DJ Oona. No cover.

9 PM – 10 PM

CAFE MAMBO LIVE SALSA DJ&DANCING

at El Farol, 808 Canyon Road
Featuring the best Salsa, Bachata, Meringue, Cha Cha Cha, Reggaeton and mix of contemporary Latin dance music with DJ Sofrito ! …21+.. Full Bar…AND WITH ABSOLUTELY NO COVER CHARGE!!!.

10 PM – 5 AM

Clearance Book Sale

at Palace of the Governors Book, Print, and Photo Archives Shop
Choose from 1,200 titles at the Shops’ blowout book sale through March 31, 10am to 5pm. (Closed Mondays). Choose from a large assortment of fiction, biography, history and children’s books.

Thu., March 24, 2011

 
all day

City Tours

at (Click link for detailed listings.)
TOURS AVAILABLE THROUGH:
Eldorado Hotel&Spa, 309 E. San Francisco St.
La Fonda Santa Fe, 100 W. San Francisco St.
*A Well-Born Guide, www.swguides.com

Call tour company to check seasonal scheduling/availability.

all day

Georgia O’Keeffe Home and Studio Tour in Abiquiu

at Abiquiu
 

10 AM – 5 PM

Material World: Textiles & Dress From the Collection

at Museum of International Folk Art
Material World presents a tantalizing glimpse into the Museum of International Folk Art’s largest collection of textiles and costumes stored in 57 closets and numerous trunks and drawers.

10 AM – 5 PM

A Century of Masters: The NEA National Heritage Fellows

at Museum of International Folk Art
Each year, the National Endowment for the Arts honors folk artists, storytellers, performers, and musicians throughout the US for their contributions to traditional art forms.

11 AM – 5 PM

Fiber Art Guild’s Weaving Show

at La Tienda Gallery, Eldorado
 

5:30 PM – 9 PM

Amaya Dinner

at Amaya Restaurant at Hotel Santa Fe, 1501 Paseo de Peralta
$23 Prix Fixe Menu at Amaya Restaurant, served nightly from 5:30-9PM. Includes your choice of select appetizers, entrees and desserts. To make reservations, email dine@hotelsantafe.com or call 505-955-7805.

6 PM – 8 PM

Drawing Trees: Making the Ordinary Extraordinary

at Museum Education Annex, 123 Grant Avenue
Art&Leadership Program: Hone your drawing skills by focusing on the subject of the tree.

6:30 PM – 8:30 PM

Rewilding: Can It Save the World?

at Randall Davey Audubon Center&Sanctuary
 

6:30 PM – 8:30 PM

Santa Fe Software Developers

at Santa Fe Complex, 624 Agua Fria St.
We have great and talented software developers in the Santa Fe area — many of them the same! This is a friendly, low-key opportunity to meet each other and share thoughts and experiences

7 PM

ANDY WARHOL: GOOD FOR THE JEWS?

at The Lensic, 211 W. San Francisco St.
Written and Performed by Josh Kornbluth, in collaboration with David Dower, Director.
Buy Tickets

7 PM

RADIO LA CHUSMA + Nostostros

at Corazon, 401 S. Guadalupe
7pm Coraz�n presents ¡Latin Thursdays! with FREE Dance instruction from 8:45~9:45. Then it’s Salsa~Rock~Jazz~Flamenco merchants NOSOTROS w’
special guests RADIO LA CHUSMA!.

7 PM

Scott Cadenasso

at Backroad Pizza, 1807 Second Street
Originally from the San Francisco Bay Area, Scott Cadenasso has been a fixture in the New Mexico music scene for nearly thirty years. Call 505 955 9055 for details.

7 PM – 9 PM

Chakra Rhythms Drum Circle

at Santa Fe Harmony Center, 27 Two Trails
Come experience the healing power of the drum! Drum circles are fun, upbeat and support wellness on every level of being.

7:30 PM

Savor!

at Milagro 139, 139 West San Francisco St.
$5 cover

8:30 PM – 11:30 PM

Eldorado Court Lounge Live Entertainment

at Eldorado Hotel & Spa
Join us at the Eldorado Hotel & Spa for live entertainment Thursday through Saturday! Cover charge is $5. Thursday live entertainment is from 7pm until 10pm.

9 PM

DJ Quico

at BUFFALO THUNDER RESORT&CASINO, Blue Tower Lounge
Blue Tower Lounge is a 100-seat entertainment venue located on the casino level. “En Fuego”, 9 pm to close.

9 PM

Kevin Greenspon wʼLobo Marino

at Eggman&Walrus, 130 W. Palace Ave., 2nd Floor
Kevin Greenspon wʼ Lobo Marino $5-$7 (Eggman&Walrus) (Ambient Fuzz Collage Guitar, Indie-Rock Folk) (505) 660-0048. All Ages.

9:30 PM – 11 PM

Birds of a Feather, Folk, Blues&Soul

at El Farol, 808 Canyon Road
What do you get when you put Margaret Burke, Terry Dears and Jimmie Russel together…Birds of a Feather (of course). They bring their heartfelt soul into El Farol on Thursday nights. Dont miss this…they are tight !!.

Fri., March 25, 2011

 
all day

City Tours

at (Click link for detailed listings.)
TOURS AVAILABLE THROUGH:
Eldorado Hotel&Spa, 309 E. San Francisco St.
La Fonda Santa Fe, 100 W. San Francisco St.
*A Well-Born Guide, www.swguides.com

Call tour company to check seasonal scheduling/availability.

all day

Georgia O’Keeffe Home and Studio Tour in Abiquiu

at Abiquiu
 

11 AM – 5 PM

Fiber Art Guild’s Weaving Show

at La Tienda Gallery, Eldorado
 

2 PM

Randall Davey Historic House Tour

at Randall Davey Audubon Center&Sanctuary
Step back in time as you stroll through the old Santa Fe style home (originally a lumber mill built in 1847 by the U.S. Army), of the artist Randall Davey (1887-1964).

3:30 PM – 7 PM

Ballet Folklorico/Traditional Mexican Folk Dance classes

at LNSF Dance Space, 3022 Cielo Court #C
Los Niños de Santa Fe (LNSF) is a local program dedicated to preserving traditional dances of Mexico.

5 PM – 7 PM

Last Friday ArtWalk

at Railyard Arts District; Santa Fe Railyard
For an exciting world-class contemporary art experience, visit the hip new Railyard Arts District where ten galleries plus SITE Santa Fe boast the best in international contemporary art.

5 PM – 7 PM

Opening Reception for DAVID LEIGH “DONNA PARTY”

at Eileen Braziel Fine Art, 229 SUITE B, JOHNSON STREET
Through May 11. Call 505-699-4914 for details.

5 PM – 7 PM

Opening Reception for David Ryan: Glitches&Fixes

at JAMES KELLY CONTEMPORARY, 1601 Paseo de Peralta
Ryan takes the everyday building material, MDF, and transforms it into beautifully rendered three-dimensional paintings of vivid color and shape. Through May 7. Call gallery at 505.989.1601 for details.

5 PM – 7 PM

Opening Reception for Joe Novak + Jim Dine

at Zane Bennett, 435 South Guadalupe Street, Railyard Arts District
Joe Novak calls his method “abstract excursions.” This is his 30-year retrospective.” Jim Dine’s recent art uses imagery borrowed from ancient Greek, Egyptian, and African objects.” He is showing prints.” Through April 22.”

5 PM – 7 PM

Opening Reception for PAVEL NIKITCHENKO

at Russian Art Gallery, 225 Galisteo Street
Pavel Nikitchenko’s : Expressionism in Landscapes presents a contemporary interpretation of nature and the beauty of places he has been visiting during his moving from Russia to the Czech Republic and the United States.

5:30 PM

SAPPY HOUR w’ ANDREW PRIMM!/ Bloodroot

at Corazon, 401 S. Guadalupe
5:30 SAPPY HOUR w’ ANDREW PRIMM! 9:00 Team Everything presents HeartBeats w’ Bloodroot (Oakland). For a Teamalicious night of house, tech house and techno!.

6 PM

Oil Spill: Information Gulf Panel Discussion

at Tipton Hall, SFAI, 1600 St. Michael’s Dr.
Panelists Riki Ott, Aviva Rahmani, and Debbie Fleming Caffery, moderated by Patricia Watts will discuss the spill, its aftermath, and the role of the arts as tellers/revealers of truth.

6:30 PM – 8:30 PM

Opening for SITE Santa Fe Young Curators Exhibition

at Fine Arts Gallery, the Santa Fe University of Arts and Design
SITE Santa Fe’s Young Curators are pleased to present their eighteenth juried exhibition. SITE Santa Fe’s Young Curators is a weekly after-school program for high school students.

7 PM – 9 PM

Building Peace, One School at a Time

at Santa Fe Center for Spiritual Living, 505 Camino De Los Marquez
An old African proverb says, “If you educate a boy, you educate an individual.

7 PM – 9 PM

Ronald Roybal

at Amaya Restaurant, Hotel Santa Fe, 1501 Paseo de Peralta
Native American Flute and Spanish Classical Guitar Music by six-time Native American Music Award Nominee and two-time New Mexico Music Industry Award winner Ronald Roybal.

7 PM – 11 PM

OPEN MIC NIGHT

at Mineshaft Tavern, 2846 Hwy 14, Madrid
Please call to check the status for cancellations or changes. 505-473-0743.

7:30 PM

Savor!

at Eldorado Hotel, 309 W. San Francisco St.
Amplified for dancing – beautiful place and good dance floor

9 PM

CalQl8rz / Gimme Sum

at BUFFALO THUNDER RESORT&CASINO, Blue Tower Lounge
See casino website for details. Blue Tower Lounge is a 100-seat entertainment venue located on the casino level. R&B, Soul, Funk, 9 pm to close.

9 PM

DJ FloFader

at BUFFALO THUNDER RESORT&CASINO CLUB WAREHOUSE
9 pm to close. To reserve VIP seating, call (505) 819.2234.

Sat., March 26, 2011

 
all day

City Tours

at (Click link for detailed listings.)
TOURS AVAILABLE THROUGH:
Eldorado Hotel&Spa, 309 E. San Francisco St.
La Fonda Santa Fe, 100 W. San Francisco St.
*A Well-Born Guide, www.swguides.com

Call tour company to check seasonal scheduling/availability.

all day

Premarital Workshop: Start Right, Stay Connected

at Lofts at Marquez Place
This all day workshop is based on the principals in “Getting the Love You Want” by Harville Hendrix, Ph.D.

all day

Start Right, Stay Connected

at
See santaferelationships.com for details

8 AM – 3 PM

The FLEA

at El Museo, 555 Camino de la Familia across the tracks from The Farmer’s Market
The best flea in the West. Old Stuff, New Stuff, The Right Stuff. 80 vendors + coffee and croissants. Free admission, $1 underground parking. See ya at The FLEA 982 2671. Saturdays and Sundays, closed December 25th and January 1st.

8:30 AM

Guided Bird Walk at the Audubon Center

at Randall Davey Audubon Center&Sanctuary
Every Saturday morning an experienced birder will lead an easy walk on the grounds of the 135–acre Randall Davey Audubon Center&Sanctuary. Bring your binoculars or borrow ours. All skill levels are welcome.

9 AM – 1 PM

Saturday Winter Farmer’s Market

at Santa Fe Railyard
 

10 AM – 3 PM

Birds of a Feather Explore Together

at New Mexico History Museum/Palace of the Governors
Spend a day learning more about birds through hands-on activities, games and bird-watching. Begin your day at 10 am in the museum’s classroom to examine feathers, eggs, nests and other bird items.

10 AM – 3 PM

Weaving Workshop with Beatrice Maestas-Sandoval

at Museum of Spanish Colonial Art 750 Camino Lejo on Museum Hill in Santa Fe
Traditional Spanish Market Artist Beatrice was born and raised in Las Vegas, New Mexico. She juried in to Spanish Market in l995 for weaving.

10:15 AM

Case Trading Post Saturday Lectures

at Wheelwright Museum, 704 Camino Lejo, Museum Hill
Be sure to visit us on Saturday mornings, beginning at 10:15 AM, to take a look at various aspects of Native Indian art. A new topic is presented each week. Admission is free, and refreshments are served.

11 AM – 5 PM

Fiber Art Guild’s Weaving Show

at La Tienda Gallery, Eldorado
 

noon

Women of Distinction Series 2011

at Lensic Performing Arts Center
The Georgia O’Keeffe Museum will honor someone with its Women of Distinction Series award. Details to be announced.

1 PM – 6 PM

Play Go (Wei Ch’i, Paduk)

at St. John’s College Peterson Center Coffee Shop
 

2 PM

DANZA FOLKLORICA QUETZAL

at El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe, 555 Camino de la Familia
Danza Folklorica Quetzal for secondary school and college age students. Info: (505) 992-0591 or (505) 603-7997 (Xochitl). There is no charge.

6 PM

SFPM: Bach & More

at St Francis Auditorium, Museum of Fine Arts
Buy Tickets

6:30 PM – 8:30 PM

John Serkin, Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar

at Epazote, 416 Agua Fria
Dine to the sweet, tropical sounds of Hawaiian slack key guitar. Gentle, relaxing, and good for the digestion!.

7 PM

ANDY WARHOL: GOOD FOR THE JEWS?

at The Lensic, 211 W. San Francisco St.
Written and Performed by Josh Kornbluth, in collaboration with David Dower, Director.
Buy Tickets

7 PM

Flamenco Dinner Show

at El Farol, 808 Canyon Road
Our Flamenco show is performed either in a small room with 40 seats or on our covered and heated back patio. One is reminded of the caves in Granada where Flamenco shows are performed up close and intimate.

7 PM

Mark Growden Band

at Santa Fe Performance Exchange, 7 Caliente Road
 

7 PM – 9 PM

Ronald Roybal

at Amaya Restaurant, Hotel Santa Fe, 1501 Paseo de Peralta
Native American Flute and Spanish Classical Guitar Music by six-time Native American Music Award Nominee and two-time New Mexico Music Industry Award winner Ronald Roybal.

8 PM

Charlie Daniels Band

at BUFFALO THUNDER RESORT&CASINO
TICKETS: www.tickets.com, 800-905-3315. Tickets are also available at the Buffalo Thunder Casino Box Office.

8 PM – 11 PM

Savor!

at San Francisco Bar and Grill, 50 East San Francisco St.
Amplified for listening and dancing – great floor and great food. No cover!.

8:30 PM – midnight

Fairy Dust Entertainment presents Matches

at Silver Starlight Lounge, 500 Rodeo Road
The hot new monthly gay dance party! with DJ Jojo. $7.00. Call 505-428-7777 or check website to double check dates and details.

9 PM

CalQl8rz / Gimme Sum

at BUFFALO THUNDER RESORT&CASINO, Blue Tower Lounge
See casino website for details. Blue Tower Lounge is a 100-seat entertainment venue located on the casino level. R&B, Soul, Funk, 9 pm to close.

9 PM

DJ Automatic

at BUFFALO THUNDER RESORT&CASINO CLUB WAREHOUSE
9 pm to close. To reserve VIP seating, call (505) 819.2234.

9 PM

LA JUNTA&THE ALEX MARYOL BAND

at Corazon, 401 S. Guadalupe
9pm, $5 adv, $7 at the door. It’s our birthday! Coraz�ns Second Birthday Bash w’ LA JUNTA&THE ALEX MARYOL BAND! Two of Santa Fe’s best come together in an unprecedented meeting to help us celebrate.

10 PM – 5 AM

Clearance Book Sale

at Palace of the Governors Book, Print, and Photo Archives Shop
Choose from 1,200 titles at the Shops’ blowout book sale through March 31, 10am to 5pm. (Closed Mondays). Choose from a large assortment of fiction, biography, history and children’s books.

Sun., March 27, 2011

 
all day

City Tours

at (Click link for detailed listings.)
TOURS AVAILABLE THROUGH:
Eldorado Hotel&Spa, 309 E. San Francisco St.
La Fonda Santa Fe, 100 W. San Francisco St.
*A Well-Born Guide, www.swguides.com

Call tour company to check seasonal scheduling/availability.

8 AM – 3 PM

The FLEA

at El Museo, 555 Camino de la Familia across the tracks from The Farmer’s Market
The best flea in the West. Old Stuff, New Stuff, The Right Stuff. 80 vendors + coffee and croissants. Free admission, $1 underground parking. See ya at The FLEA 982 2671. Saturdays and Sundays, closed December 25th and January 1st.

10 AM – 4 PM

Artisans Market

at Santa Fe Farmers Market, 1607 Paseo de Peralta
 

3 PM

SFPM: Bach & More

at St Francis Auditorium, Museum of Fine Arts
Buy Tickets

3:30 PM – 5:30 PM

The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg

at Santa Fe Art Institute, 1600 St. Michaels Drive
HaMakom, the place for passionate and progressive Judaism, is screening the award winning documentary. Rabbi Malka Drucker will lead a discussion following the film.

4 PM

Spring Inspiration

at The Lensic, 211 W. San Francisco St.
The Santa Fe Symphony, along with the full Symphony Chorus, is thrilled to present “Spring Inspiration” featuring Cherubini’s Requiem Mass, directed by Linda Raney.
Buy Tickets

7 PM – 10 PM

NACHA MENDEZ Latin Soul Dinner Show

at El Farol, 808 Canyon Road
Nacha Mendez is hailed as” The reigning diva of Latin World Music”in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Recently voted Best Female Vocalist in Santa Fe, New Mexico 2009.

8 PM

LIMELIGHT KARAOKE w/ Michèle Leidig!

at Corazon, 401 S. Guadalupe
NO COVER LIMELIGHT KARAOKE w/ Michèle Leidig! Call (505) 983-4559 or see website for details

Mon., March 28, 2011

 
all day

‘Creative Mythologies: Images of Change and Transformation’With Evans Lansing Smith and Cheryle Van Scoy

at Abiquiu Inn, Abiquiu, NM 87510
Ancient Stories, Personal Process and Creative Expressions.
Joseph Campbell wrote that myth has the power to touch and exhilarate the deepest and most creative energies of the soul.

all day

City Tours

at (Click link for detailed listings.)
TOURS AVAILABLE THROUGH:
Eldorado Hotel&Spa, 309 E. San Francisco St.
La Fonda Santa Fe, 100 W. San Francisco St.
*A Well-Born Guide, www.swguides.com

Call tour company to check seasonal scheduling/availability.

10:30 AM

ALLAN HOUSER SCULPTURE GARDEN TOURS

at Located off the historic Turquoise Trail (Hwy 14) off I-40 West, or I-25 North.
Tours daily, Monday through Friday. Closed weekends. Please call for appointment and a map: 505.471.1528 or e-mail btrujillo@allanhouser.com.

6 PM – 7:30 PM

Life is a Creative Process: Is Creativity for Everyone?

at O’Keeffe Museum, 217 Johnson St.
 

6:30 PM – 8:30 PM

Green Drinks

at La Fonda on the Plaza, 100 E. San Francisco
 

7 PM

POLARIZATION&QUARKCHASER!

at Corazon, 401 S. Guadalupe
All Ages Prog~Rock badness w’ POLARIZATION&QUARKCHASER!
For more info and bios please visit: http://holdmyticket.com/event/21916
Doors at 7pm, All Ages (Bar w’ ID), $3 adv, $5 at the door.
Adv. tix.

7 PM – 9 PM

Heavenly Bodies Drum Circle

at Santa Fe Harmony Center, 27 Two Trails Road
All life has an underlying rhythm, from our own heartbeat to the movement of the stars. Drumming is a way to re-connect with these fundamental rhythms, supporting wellness on every level of being.

8 PM – 10 PM

AWAKE POETICA Poetas y Tapas

at El Farol, 808 Canyon Road
Monday night poetry gathering

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Santa Fe Cultural Event Calendar – March 11 – 20, 2011

 

Santa Fe Convention and Visitors Bureau
Cultural and Community Events Listings for Santa Fe
event information brought to you by Santa Fe CVB, Tickets Santa Fe and The Santa Fean.

Covering Friday, March 11, 2011 thru Monday, March 21, 2011

For details visit: http://santafe.org/calendar
or click on the Event Titles.

Fri., March 11, 2011

 
all day

Santa Fe Restaurant Week

at Participating Santa Fe restaurants
Eight nights of incredible dining at bargain prices, plus a variety of special daytime events

all day

“Keeping the Love you Find” Workshop

at Lofts at Marquez Place
This 20 hour intensive self-growth workshop is based on the book “Keeping the Love you Find” by Harville Hendrix, Ph.D. Learn about your character structure and defenses, as well as why you are attracted to certain people.

all day

18 DAYS: Exhibition, Film and Performing Arts Event

at Center for Contemporary Arts, 1050 Old Pecos Trail
This 6 week cultural consortium features visual, performing and film events every Fri, Sat. and Sun. through March 20 by women artists of New Mexico. On display, THE EXHIBITION features 137 works by selected artists.

all day

City Tours

at (Click link for detailed listings.)
TOURS AVAILABLE THROUGH:
Eldorado Hotel&Spa, 309 E. San Francisco St.
La Fonda Santa Fe, 100 W. San Francisco St.
*A Well-Born Guide, www.swguides.com

Call tour company to check seasonal scheduling/availability.

10 AM – 6 PM

Glass Beads Artists&Ethnographic Bead Show

at TRAVELER’S MARKET, 153B PASEO DE PERALTA DEVARGAS CENTER SANTA FE NM 87501 505 989 7667
Contemporary American Glass Bead Artists join Ethnographic Bead Dealers for a Weekend Extravaganza. Opening Reception Friday, March 11 5-8pm.
We will also be open Monday, March 14 10am-5pm.

10 AM – 5 PM

Material World: Textiles & Dress From the Collection

at Museum of International Folk Art
Material World presents a tantalizing glimpse into the Museum of International Folk Art’s largest collection of textiles and costumes stored in 57 closets and numerous trunks and drawers.

10 AM – 5 PM

A Century of Masters: The NEA National Heritage Fellows

at Museum of International Folk Art
Each year, the National Endowment for the Arts honors folk artists, storytellers, performers, and musicians throughout the US for their contributions to traditional art forms.

10 AM – 12:15 PM

BREAD and CHOCOLATE: An Artisanal Epicurean Delight NEW!!

at State Capitol Building
 

2 PM

Randall Davey Historic House Tour

at Randall Davey Audubon Center&Sanctuary
Step back in time as you stroll through the old Santa Fe style home (originally a lumber mill built in 1847 by the U.S. Army), of the artist Randall Davey (1887-1964).

3:30 PM – 7 PM

Ballet Folklorico/Traditional Mexican Folk Dance classes

at LNSF Dance Space, 3022 Cielo Court #C
Los Niños de Santa Fe (LNSF) is a local program dedicated to preserving traditional dances of Mexico.

3:30 PM – 7:30 PM

Ballet Folklorico/Traditional Mexican Folk Dance classes

at LNSF Dance Space
Los Niños de Santa Fe (LNSF) is a local program dedicated to preserving traditional dances of Mexico.

5 PM – 7 PM

Opening for Inner and Outer Space…the Visionary Landscapes of Josh Simpson

at Jane Sauer Gallery, 652 Canyon Road
Josh Simpson, an internationally renown glass artist for over 30 years, will be visiting Santa Fe for the opening of his gallery exhibition.

6 PM – 7:30 PM

Sufi Cirlce

at Rotating Locations
Sufi Circles are Heart Circles – open to all. Come experience the advanced meditation practices of Sages, Saints and Seekers searching for Divine Presence.

7 PM

Le Chat Lunatique

at Santa Fe Performance Exchange, 7 Caliente Road
 

7 PM – 9 PM

Ronald Roybal

at Amaya Restaurant, Hotel Santa Fe, 1501 Paseo de Peralta
Native American Flute and Spanish Classical Guitar Music by six-time Native American Music Award Nominee and two-time New Mexico Music Industry Award winner Ronald Roybal.

7 PM – 11 PM

OPEN MIC NIGHT

at Mineshaft Tavern, 2846 Hwy 14, Madrid
Please call to check the status for cancellations or changes. 505-473-0743.

7:30 PM

Aspen Santa Fe Ballet

at The Lensic, 211 W. San Francisco St.
Buy Tickets

7:30 PM

Megan Slankard wʼTreemotel

at Little Wing, 851 St. Michaels Dr.
Megan Slankard wʼ Treemotel $7-$10 (Little wing) All Ages 7:30pm (Edgy Alt-Rock) (505) 699-5470

7:30 PM

Savor!

at Eldorado Hotel, 309 W. San Francisco St.
Amplified for dancing – beautiful place and good dance floor

7:30 PM

Gerald Clayton Trio

at Vanessie of Santa Fe
Buy Tickets

7:30 PM – 9:30 PM

Simple as the Sun: A Healing Journey through the Divine

at Center for Spiritual Living, 505 Camino de Los Marquez
An inspirational evening of new music and improvisations with Earthie-Indie artist Laurianne Fiorentino (voice, guitar, bamboo flute, ocarina), Dave Borton, Trombone,&Kelvin McNeal, Piano. Tickets $20 at the door.

8:30 PM – 11:30 PM

Eldorado Court Lounge Live Entertainment

at Eldorado Hotel & Spa
Join us at the Eldorado Hotel & Spa for live entertainment Thursday through Saturday! Cover charge is $5. Thursday live entertainment is from 7pm until 10pm.

9 PM

CalQl8rz / Gimme Sum

at BUFFALO THUNDER RESORT&CASINO, Blue Tower Lounge
See casino website for details. Blue Tower Lounge is a 100-seat entertainment venue located on the casino level. R&B, Soul, Funk, 9 pm to close.

9 PM

DJ FloFader

at BUFFALO THUNDER RESORT&CASINO CLUB WAREHOUSE
9 pm to close. To reserve VIP seating, call (505) 819.2234.

9 PM

Heartbeats

at Corazon, 401 S. Guadalupe
Heartbeats: Mr. Rogers wʼ Leonard Marion vs. Andrew Bowen&Feathericci $5-$7 9pm (Glitch Midtempo, Techno, House).

Sat., March 12, 2011

 
all day

Santa Fe Restaurant Week

at Participating Santa Fe restaurants
Eight nights of incredible dining at bargain prices, plus a variety of special daytime events

all day

18 DAYS: Exhibition, Film and Performing Arts Event

at Center for Contemporary Arts, 1050 Old Pecos Trail
This 6 week cultural consortium features visual, performing and film events every Fri, Sat. and Sun. through March 20 by women artists of New Mexico. On display, THE EXHIBITION features 137 works by selected artists.

all day

City Tours

at (Click link for detailed listings.)
TOURS AVAILABLE THROUGH:
Eldorado Hotel&Spa, 309 E. San Francisco St.
La Fonda Santa Fe, 100 W. San Francisco St.
*A Well-Born Guide, www.swguides.com

Call tour company to check seasonal scheduling/availability.

8 AM – 3 PM

The FLEA

at El Museo, 555 Camino de la Familia across the tracks from The Farmer’s Market
The best flea in the West. Old Stuff, New Stuff, The Right Stuff. 80 vendors + coffee and croissants. Free admission, $1 underground parking. See ya at The FLEA 982 2671. Saturdays and Sundays, closed December 25th and January 1st.

8:30 AM

Guided Bird Walk at the Audubon Center

at Randall Davey Audubon Center&Sanctuary
Every Saturday morning an experienced birder will lead an easy walk on the grounds of the 135–acre Randall Davey Audubon Center&Sanctuary. Bring your binoculars or borrow ours. All skill levels are welcome.

9 AM – 1 PM

Saturday Winter Farmer’s Market

at Santa Fe Railyard
 

10 AM – 4 PM

Guy Wolff Pottery Throwing Demonstration

at Santa Fe Greenhouses, 2904 Rufina Street
Potter Guy Wolff will throw his traditional clay vessels live, in-store. The one-of-a-kind pottery will be auctioned off to benefit the Susan G. Komen foundation.

10 AM – 6 PM

Glass Beads Artists&Ethnographic Bead Show

at TRAVELER’S MARKET, 153B PASEO DE PERALTA DEVARGAS CENTER SANTA FE NM 87501 505 989 7667
Contemporary American Glass Bead Artists join Ethnographic Bead Dealers for a Weekend Extravaganza. Opening Reception Friday, March 11 5-8pm.
We will also be open Monday, March 14 10am-5pm.

10 AM – 5 PM

Material World: Textiles & Dress From the Collection

at Museum of International Folk Art
Material World presents a tantalizing glimpse into the Museum of International Folk Art’s largest collection of textiles and costumes stored in 57 closets and numerous trunks and drawers.

10 AM – 5 PM

A Century of Masters: The NEA National Heritage Fellows

at Museum of International Folk Art
Each year, the National Endowment for the Arts honors folk artists, storytellers, performers, and musicians throughout the US for their contributions to traditional art forms.

10:15 AM

Case Trading Post Saturday Lectures

at Wheelwright Museum, 704 Camino Lejo, Museum Hill
Be sure to visit us on Saturday mornings, beginning at 10:15 AM, to take a look at various aspects of Native Indian art. A new topic is presented each week. Admission is free, and refreshments are served.

noon – 2:30 PM

Georgia O’Keeffe Museum Public Program: Workshop on Creativity and Sustainability

at Education Annex, 123 Grant Avenue
Sustainability is the capacity for systems to endure over time. Can an artist’s practice have contemporary relevance and incorporate sustainable ways of working that are ecologically sensitive to the environment.

1 PM – 6 PM

Play Go (Wei Ch’i, Paduk)

at St. John’s College Peterson Center Coffee Shop
 

2 PM

DANZA FOLKLORICA QUETZAL

at El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe, 555 Camino de la Familia
Danza Folklorica Quetzal for secondary school and college age students. Info: (505) 992-0591 or (505) 603-7997 (Xochitl). There is no charge.

2 PM – 4 PM

No Bones About It

at Cerrillos Hills State Park main parking area, 1/2 mile north of Cerrillos village on County Road 59.
Come examine our collection of skulls and other bones to learn how the shapes and sizes of different features allow animals like cougars, bobcats and their prey survive the rigors of life in the wild. $5 per vehicle.

4 PM

2nd Annual SF Blues Festival

at Corazon, 401 S. Guadalupe
2nd Annual SF Blues Festival feat. DIKKI DU&THE ZYDECO KREWE
Hazel Miller Band (Chicago Blues), Ken Valdez (Acoustic Blues), (More artists TBA) (Under 21 Welcome wʼ Guardian) $20-$25 (Doors at 4pm).

4:30 PM

Santa Fe Blues

at Corazon
Buy Tickets

6 PM – 8:30 PM

T or C: 2nd Saturday Art Hop

at Truth or Consequences, throughout downtown area from 2nd&Date to Broadway&Main
 

6:30 PM – 8:30 PM

John Serkin, Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar

at Epazote, 416 Agua Fria
Dine to the sweet, tropical sounds of Hawaiian slack key guitar. Gentle, relaxing, and good for the digestion!.

7 PM

Flamenco Dinner Show

at El Farol, 808 Canyon Road
Our Flamenco show is performed either in a small room with 40 seats or on our covered and heated back patio. One is reminded of the caves in Granada where Flamenco shows are performed up close and intimate.

7 PM – 9 PM

Ronald Roybal

at Amaya Restaurant, Hotel Santa Fe, 1501 Paseo de Peralta
Native American Flute and Spanish Classical Guitar Music by six-time Native American Music Award Nominee and two-time New Mexico Music Industry Award winner Ronald Roybal.

7:30 PM

Aspen Santa Fe Ballet

at The Lensic, 211 W. San Francisco St.
Buy Tickets

7:30 PM

Shane Cooley, Adam Smith and The Melillo Brothers of The Home Sweet Home Tour

at Little Wing, 851 St. Michaels Dr.
Shane Cooley, Adam Smith and The Melillo Brothers of The Home Sweet Home Tour $7-$10 (Little Wing) All Ages 7:30pm (Retro Folk-Rock, Crooning Country, Pop-Rock)(505) 699-5470

8 PM – 11 PM

Savor!

at San Francisco Bar and Grill, 50 East San Francisco St.
Amplified for listening and dancing – great floor and great food. No cover!.

8:30 PM – 11:30 PM

Eldorado Court Lounge Live Entertainment

at Eldorado Hotel & Spa
Join us at the Eldorado Hotel & Spa for live entertainment Thursday through Saturday! Cover charge is $5. Thursday live entertainment is from 7pm until 10pm.

9 PM

CalQl8rz / Gimme Sum

at BUFFALO THUNDER RESORT&CASINO, Blue Tower Lounge
See casino website for details. Blue Tower Lounge is a 100-seat entertainment venue located on the casino level. R&B, Soul, Funk, 9 pm to close.

9 PM

DJ Automatic

at BUFFALO THUNDER RESORT&CASINO CLUB WAREHOUSE
9 pm to close. To reserve VIP seating, call (505) 819.2234.

Sun., March 13, 2011

 
all day

Santa Fe Restaurant Week

at Participating Santa Fe restaurants
Eight nights of incredible dining at bargain prices, plus a variety of special daytime events

all day

18 DAYS: Exhibition, Film and Performing Arts Event

at Center for Contemporary Arts, 1050 Old Pecos Trail
This 6 week cultural consortium features visual, performing and film events every Fri, Sat. and Sun. through March 20 by women artists of New Mexico. On display, THE EXHIBITION features 137 works by selected artists.

all day

City Tours

at (Click link for detailed listings.)
TOURS AVAILABLE THROUGH:
Eldorado Hotel&Spa, 309 E. San Francisco St.
La Fonda Santa Fe, 100 W. San Francisco St.
*A Well-Born Guide, www.swguides.com

Call tour company to check seasonal scheduling/availability.

8 AM – 3 PM

The FLEA

at El Museo, 555 Camino de la Familia across the tracks from The Farmer’s Market
The best flea in the West. Old Stuff, New Stuff, The Right Stuff. 80 vendors + coffee and croissants. Free admission, $1 underground parking. See ya at The FLEA 982 2671. Saturdays and Sundays, closed December 25th and January 1st.

10 AM – 4 PM

Artisans Market

at Santa Fe Farmers Market, 1607 Paseo de Peralta
 

10 AM – 4 PM

Guy Wolff Pottery Throwing Demonstration

at Santa Fe Greenhouses, 2904 Rufina Street
Potter Guy Wolff will throw his traditional clay vessels live, in-store. The one-of-a-kind pottery will be auctioned off to benefit the Susan G. Komen foundation.

10 AM – 6 PM

Glass Beads Artists&Ethnographic Bead Show

at TRAVELER’S MARKET, 153B PASEO DE PERALTA DEVARGAS CENTER SANTA FE NM 87501 505 989 7667
Contemporary American Glass Bead Artists join Ethnographic Bead Dealers for a Weekend Extravaganza. Opening Reception Friday, March 11 5-8pm.
We will also be open Monday, March 14 10am-5pm.

10 AM – 5 PM

Material World: Textiles & Dress From the Collection

at Museum of International Folk Art
Material World presents a tantalizing glimpse into the Museum of International Folk Art’s largest collection of textiles and costumes stored in 57 closets and numerous trunks and drawers.

10 AM – 5 PM

A Century of Masters: The NEA National Heritage Fellows

at Museum of International Folk Art
Each year, the National Endowment for the Arts honors folk artists, storytellers, performers, and musicians throughout the US for their contributions to traditional art forms.

noon – 2:30 PM

Georgia O’Keeffe Museum Public Program: Workshop on Creativity and Sustainability

at Education Annex, 123 Grant Avenue
Sustainability is the capacity for systems to endure over time. Can an artist’s practice have contemporary relevance and incorporate sustainable ways of working that are ecologically sensitive to the environment.

2 PM – 3 PM

William duBuys: Growing Up with Ernest Thompson Seton’s Stories

at New Mexico History Museum
Noted author William deBuys speaks on “Growing Up with Uncle Ernest’s Wildlife Stories” in the History Museum Auditorium, part of the Wild at Heart: Ernest Thompson Seton exhibit.

2 PM – 3:30 PM

Naval Academy Women’s Glee Club Concert

at New Mexico Museum of Art, St. Francis Auditorium, 107 West Palace Ave.
 

2:30 PM

The Mountain, Desert and Pomegranate: Mystery and Songs of Sephardic Morocco

at New Mexico History Museum, 113 Lincoln Avenue
Vanessa Paloma’s concerts about the mysteries of Sephardic life in Morocco open a door into one of the last living Jewish communities in a Muslim land.

7 PM

Foster The People wʼDJ Maynard Del Mar

at Corazon, 401 S. Guadalupe
Foster The People wʼ DJ Maynard Del Mar $5-$7 7pm (Sunshine Pop)

7 PM

Sambaguru

at The Lensic, 211 West San Francisco Street
Sambaguru is an ensemble of musicians from Brazil, Sri Lanka, and the United States that has been playing a wide-ranging blend of original music since 1997. $15-$35.
Buy Tickets

7 PM – 10 PM

NACHA MENDEZ Latin Soul Dinner Show

at El Farol, 808 Canyon Road
Nacha Mendez is hailed as” The reigning diva of Latin World Music”in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Recently voted Best Female Vocalist in Santa Fe, New Mexico 2009.

Mon., March 14, 2011

 
all day

City Tours

at (Click link for detailed listings.)
TOURS AVAILABLE THROUGH:
Eldorado Hotel&Spa, 309 E. San Francisco St.
La Fonda Santa Fe, 100 W. San Francisco St.
*A Well-Born Guide, www.swguides.com

Call tour company to check seasonal scheduling/availability.

10:30 AM

ALLAN HOUSER SCULPTURE GARDEN TOURS

at Located off the historic Turquoise Trail (Hwy 14) off I-40 West, or I-25 North.
Tours daily, Monday through Friday. Closed weekends. Please call for appointment and a map: 505.471.1528 or e-mail btrujillo@allanhouser.com.

3:30 PM – 7 PM

Ballet Folklorico/Traditional Mexican Folk Dance classes

at LNSF Dance Space, 3022 Cielo Court #C
Los Niños de Santa Fe (LNSF) is a local program dedicated to preserving traditional dances of Mexico.

3:30 PM – 7:30 PM

Ballet Folklorico/Traditional Mexican Folk Dance classes

at LNSF Dance Space
Los Niños de Santa Fe (LNSF) is a local program dedicated to preserving traditional dances of Mexico.

5 PM – 7 PM

Opening Reception for Oil Spill: Information Gulf Exhibition

at SFAI Gallery 1, 1600 St. Michael’s Dr.
Photographs by Aviva Rahmani and Debbie Fleming Caffery show the spill, its aftermath, and the role of the arts as tellers/revealers of truth. Call (505) 424-5050 for details. Through April 15.

6 PM

The Dodos wʼThe Mumlers

at Warehouse 21, 1614 Paseo De Peralta (505) 989-4423
The Dodos wʼ The Mumlers $12-$14 (W21) All Ages 6pm (Psych Indie-Folk). (505) 989-4423.

6:30 PM – 9 PM

Multiple Roles/Rapid Character Change

at Theater Grottesco
Body, gesture and vocal changes can happen in a split second. When done cleanly, an actor has performed magic.

7 PM

John Popper&the Duskray Troubadours

at Santa Fe Performance Exchange, 7 Caliente Road
Another show at 9:30pm

7 PM

The Dodos

at Warehouse 21
Buy Tickets

7 PM – 9 PM

Heavenly Bodies Drum Circle

at Santa Fe Harmony Center, 27 Two Trails Road
All life has an underlying rhythm, from our own heartbeat to the movement of the stars. Drumming is a way to re-connect with these fundamental rhythms, supporting wellness on every level of being.

7:30 PM

An Evening With Randy Newman

at The Lensic, 211 West San Francisco Street
Randy Newman has long been one of the most musically and lyrically ambitious singer-songwriters ever to be at play in the fields of popular music.
$46/56/66/79.
Buy Tickets

8 PM

Asobi Seksu wʼBraids&Morning Teleportation

at Corazon, 401 S. Guadalupe
Asobi Seksu wʼ Braids&Morning Teleportation $10-$12 8pm (Dream Pop, Shoegazer, Banjo Disco)

8 PM – 10 PM

AWAKE POETICA Poetas y Tapas

at El Farol, 808 Canyon Road
Monday night poetry gathering

9 PM

Cowgirl Karaoke

at Cowgirl Bar&Grill, 319 S Guadalupe
Come get in touch with your inner Rock Star!!! 9pm no cover 505-982-2565

10 PM – 11 PM

Starfucker wʼUnknown Mortal Orchestra

at VFW, 307 Montezuma St.
Starfucker wʼ Unknown Mortal Orchestra $8-$10 (VFW) 10pm (Indie Electronica)

Tue., March 15, 2011

 
all day

City Tours

at (Click link for detailed listings.)
TOURS AVAILABLE THROUGH:
Eldorado Hotel&Spa, 309 E. San Francisco St.
La Fonda Santa Fe, 100 W. San Francisco St.
*A Well-Born Guide, www.swguides.com

Call tour company to check seasonal scheduling/availability.

10 AM – 5 PM

Material World: Textiles & Dress From the Collection

at Museum of International Folk Art
Material World presents a tantalizing glimpse into the Museum of International Folk Art’s largest collection of textiles and costumes stored in 57 closets and numerous trunks and drawers.

10 AM – 5 PM

A Century of Masters: The NEA National Heritage Fellows

at Museum of International Folk Art
Each year, the National Endowment for the Arts honors folk artists, storytellers, performers, and musicians throughout the US for their contributions to traditional art forms.

2 PM

“Italian Renaissance Garden Design:The Cosmic Ordering of Nature”

at Mary Cabot Wheelwright Library, Wheelwright Museum
SFBG Winter Lecture Series.
Free to SFBG members and $5 for non-members.
Reservations suggested.

6 PM – 8 PM

Open Bluegrass Jam

at Backroad Pizza, 1807 Second Street
Bring your instrument and join in or just come and enjoy the fabulous live bluegrass music! Open to everyone. Call 505 955 9055 for details.

6:30 PM – 9 PM

Multiple Roles/Rapid Character Change

at Theater Grottesco
Body, gesture and vocal changes can happen in a split second. When done cleanly, an actor has performed magic.

7 PM

Castanets wʼHoly Sons&Dolorean

at Corazon, 401 S. Guadalupe
Castanets wʼ Holy Sons&Dolorean $8-$10 (All Ages) 7pm (Freak Folk, Lo-Fi, Slow Core)

7:30 PM – 11 PM

Argentine Tango Milonga

at El Meson, 213 Washington Ave.
$5 min. purchase. A night of tango dancing.

8 PM – 10 PM

CANYON ROAD BLUES JAM: All Musicians Welcome

at El Farol, 808 Canyon Road
Every Tuesday, Blues, Soul, R&R

9 PM

DJ John Karaoke

at BUFFALO THUNDER RESORT&CASINO, Blue Tower Lounge
Blue Tower Lounge is a 100-seat entertainment venue located on the casino level. Karaoke, 9 pm to close.

9 PM

TEAM TUESDAYS with DJ’s FEATHERICCI&BACON

at Cowgirl Bar&Grill, 319 S Guadalupe
DJs Feathericci and Bacon plus special guests. 9pm, $3 cover. 505-982-2565.

Wed., March 16, 2011

 
all day

City Tours

at (Click link for detailed listings.)
TOURS AVAILABLE THROUGH:
Eldorado Hotel&Spa, 309 E. San Francisco St.
La Fonda Santa Fe, 100 W. San Francisco St.
*A Well-Born Guide, www.swguides.com

Call tour company to check seasonal scheduling/availability.

10 AM – 5 PM

Material World: Textiles & Dress From the Collection

at Museum of International Folk Art
Material World presents a tantalizing glimpse into the Museum of International Folk Art’s largest collection of textiles and costumes stored in 57 closets and numerous trunks and drawers.

10 AM – 5 PM

A Century of Masters: The NEA National Heritage Fellows

at Museum of International Folk Art
Each year, the National Endowment for the Arts honors folk artists, storytellers, performers, and musicians throughout the US for their contributions to traditional art forms.

10:30 AM

ALLAN HOUSER SCULPTURE GARDEN TOURS

at Located off the historic Turquoise Trail (Hwy 14) off I-40 West, or I-25 North.
Tours daily, Monday through Friday. Closed weekends. Please call for appointment and a map: 505.471.1528 or e-mail btrujillo@allanhouser.com.

noon – 2 PM

Let’s Take A Look

at MIAC, Museum Hill
During this time, curators from The Museum of Indian Arts and Culture and The Laboratory of Anthropology are in the lobby of MIAC to look at your treasures.

5:30 PM – 9 PM

Amaya Dinner

at Amaya Restaurant at Hotel Santa Fe, 1501 Paseo de Peralta
$23 Prix Fixe Menu at Amaya Restaurant, served nightly from 5:30-9PM. Includes your choice of select appetizers, entrees and desserts. To make reservations, email dine@hotelsantafe.com or call 505-955-7805.

6 PM

Farmer’s Market Wednesday Night Movie Series

at TBD
 

6 PM

Research Center Scholar Lecture: Elise Archias

at Museum Education Annex, 123 Grant Avenue
 

6:30 PM – 9 PM

Multiple Roles/Rapid Character Change

at Theater Grottesco
Body, gesture and vocal changes can happen in a split second. When done cleanly, an actor has performed magic.

6:30 PM – 9:30 PM

Savor!

at La Posada de Santa Fe
Acoustic amplified for dancing, great space and dance floor – $5 cover. 15 minutes from town.

7 PM

Girlyman with Coyote Grace

at Santa Fe Performance Exchange, 7 Caliente Road
 

7 PM

Lannan Readings&Conversations: Everything and More: A Tribute to David Foster Wallace with Michael Silverblatt

at The Lensic Performing Arts Center, 211 West San Francisco Street
Buy Tickets

9 PM

DJ Breakaway

at BUFFALO THUNDER RESORT&CASINO, Blue Tower Lounge
Blue Tower Lounge is a 100-seat entertainment venue located on the casino level. Dance, 9 pm to close.

9 PM

Indubious wʼAlcyon Massive

at Corazon, 401 S. Guadalupe
Indubious wʼ Alcyon Massive $5-$7 9pm (Electro-Reggae, Hip-Hop)

9 PM

Trash Disco

at Rouge Cat, 101 W. Marcy St.
With DJ Oona. No cover.

9 PM – 10 PM

CAFE MAMBO LIVE SALSA DJ&DANCING

at El Farol, 808 Canyon Road
Featuring the best Salsa, Bachata, Meringue, Cha Cha Cha, Reggaeton and mix of contemporary Latin dance music with DJ Sofrito ! …21+.. Full Bar…AND WITH ABSOLUTELY NO COVER CHARGE!!!.

Thu., March 17, 2011

 
all day

City Tours

at (Click link for detailed listings.)
TOURS AVAILABLE THROUGH:
Eldorado Hotel&Spa, 309 E. San Francisco St.
La Fonda Santa Fe, 100 W. San Francisco St.
*A Well-Born Guide, www.swguides.com

Call tour company to check seasonal scheduling/availability.

all day

National Theatre Live (NT LIVE)—FRANKENSTEIN

at The Lensic, 211 W. San Francisco St.
 

10 AM – 5 PM

Material World: Textiles & Dress From the Collection

at Museum of International Folk Art
Material World presents a tantalizing glimpse into the Museum of International Folk Art’s largest collection of textiles and costumes stored in 57 closets and numerous trunks and drawers.

10 AM – 5 PM

A Century of Masters: The NEA National Heritage Fellows

at Museum of International Folk Art
Each year, the National Endowment for the Arts honors folk artists, storytellers, performers, and musicians throughout the US for their contributions to traditional art forms.

5:30 PM – 9 PM

Amaya Dinner

at Amaya Restaurant at Hotel Santa Fe, 1501 Paseo de Peralta
$23 Prix Fixe Menu at Amaya Restaurant, served nightly from 5:30-9PM. Includes your choice of select appetizers, entrees and desserts. To make reservations, email dine@hotelsantafe.com or call 505-955-7805.

6 PM – 8 PM

Moon Walk

at 1/2 mile north of Cerrillos village on County Road 59
Join Park Manager Sarah Wood for a hike under the light of the mischievous Blarney Moon. Lace up your Irish Setter boots and come roam the hills. Shillelagh optional.

6 PM – 8:30 PM

Field to Fork Dining Series

at Los Poblanos Inn&Cultural Center
Follow the website link or contact Molly Ater @ (505)344-9297 ext. 3 to inquire about reservations.

7 PM

Scott Cadenasso

at Backroad Pizza, 1807 Second Street
Originally from the San Francisco Bay Area, Scott Cadenasso has been a fixture in the New Mexico music scene for nearly thirty years. Call 505 955 9055 for details.

7 PM

Frankenstein in HD

at Lensic Performing Arts Center
Buy Tickets

7 PM – 9 PM

Chakra Rhythms Drum Circle

at Santa Fe Harmony Center, 27 Two Trails
Come experience the healing power of the drum! Drum circles are fun, upbeat and support wellness on every level of being.

7:30 PM

Savor!

at Milagro 139, 139 West San Francisco St.
$5 cover

8:30 PM – 11:30 PM

Eldorado Court Lounge Live Entertainment

at Eldorado Hotel & Spa
Join us at the Eldorado Hotel & Spa for live entertainment Thursday through Saturday! Cover charge is $5. Thursday live entertainment is from 7pm until 10pm.

9 PM

Boris McCutcheon&The Salt Licks St. Paddy’s Day Bash

at Corazon, 401 S. Guadalupe
Boris McCutcheon&The Salt Licks St. Paddy’s Day Bash $5-$7 9pm (Raw New Mexicana).

9 PM

DJ Quico

at BUFFALO THUNDER RESORT&CASINO, Blue Tower Lounge
Blue Tower Lounge is a 100-seat entertainment venue located on the casino level. “En Fuego”, 9 pm to close.

9:30 PM – 11 PM

Birds of a Feather, Folk, Blues&Soul

at El Farol, 808 Canyon Road
What do you get when you put Margaret Burke, Terry Dears and Jimmie Russel together…Birds of a Feather (of course). They bring their heartfelt soul into El Farol on Thursday nights. Dont miss this…they are tight !!.

Fri., March 18, 2011

 
all day

18 DAYS: Exhibition, Film and Performing Arts Event

at Center for Contemporary Arts, 1050 Old Pecos Trail
This 6 week cultural consortium features visual, performing and film events every Fri, Sat. and Sun. through March 20 by women artists of New Mexico. On display, THE EXHIBITION features 137 works by selected artists.

all day

City Tours

at (Click link for detailed listings.)
TOURS AVAILABLE THROUGH:
Eldorado Hotel&Spa, 309 E. San Francisco St.
La Fonda Santa Fe, 100 W. San Francisco St.
*A Well-Born Guide, www.swguides.com

Call tour company to check seasonal scheduling/availability.

2 PM

Randall Davey Historic House Tour

at Randall Davey Audubon Center&Sanctuary
Step back in time as you stroll through the old Santa Fe style home (originally a lumber mill built in 1847 by the U.S. Army), of the artist Randall Davey (1887-1964).

3:30 PM – 7 PM

Ballet Folklorico/Traditional Mexican Folk Dance classes

at LNSF Dance Space, 3022 Cielo Court #C
Los Niños de Santa Fe (LNSF) is a local program dedicated to preserving traditional dances of Mexico.

5 PM – 7 PM

Opening Reception for“Horizon Line”

at The City of Santa Fe Community Gallery, inside the Santa Fe Community Convention Center, 201 West Marcy Street
Featuring landscape art in all media.

7 PM

SPREAD: Small Grants for Big Ideas

at Santa Fe Farmer’s Market, see SITE Santa Fe website for details.
Site will hold a dinner and all dinner guests will have the chance to vote for which project gets the grant money

7 PM

Swimming Upstream

at Lensic Performing Arts Center
Buy Tickets

7 PM – 9 PM

Ronald Roybal

at Amaya Restaurant, Hotel Santa Fe, 1501 Paseo de Peralta
Native American Flute and Spanish Classical Guitar Music by six-time Native American Music Award Nominee and two-time New Mexico Music Industry Award winner Ronald Roybal.

7 PM – 11 PM

OPEN MIC NIGHT

at Mineshaft Tavern, 2846 Hwy 14, Madrid
Please call to check the status for cancellations or changes. 505-473-0743.

7:30 PM

Savor!

at Eldorado Hotel, 309 W. San Francisco St.
Amplified for dancing – beautiful place and good dance floor

9 PM

CalQl8rz / Gimme Sum

at BUFFALO THUNDER RESORT&CASINO, Blue Tower Lounge
See casino website for details. Blue Tower Lounge is a 100-seat entertainment venue located on the casino level. R&B, Soul, Funk, 9 pm to close.

9 PM

DJ FloFader

at BUFFALO THUNDER RESORT&CASINO CLUB WAREHOUSE
9 pm to close. To reserve VIP seating, call (505) 819.2234.

9 PM

Heartbeats

at Corazon, 401 S. Guadalupe
Heartbeats: Christian Martin wʼ Numbtron&Erin E. $8-$10 9pm (Bassy Booty Tech-House).

Sat., March 19, 2011

 
all day

18 DAYS: Exhibition, Film and Performing Arts Event

at Center for Contemporary Arts, 1050 Old Pecos Trail
This 6 week cultural consortium features visual, performing and film events every Fri, Sat. and Sun. through March 20 by women artists of New Mexico. On display, THE EXHIBITION features 137 works by selected artists.

all day

City Tours

at (Click link for detailed listings.)
TOURS AVAILABLE THROUGH:
Eldorado Hotel&Spa, 309 E. San Francisco St.
La Fonda Santa Fe, 100 W. San Francisco St.
*A Well-Born Guide, www.swguides.com

Call tour company to check seasonal scheduling/availability.

8 AM – 3 PM

The FLEA

at El Museo, 555 Camino de la Familia across the tracks from The Farmer’s Market
The best flea in the West. Old Stuff, New Stuff, The Right Stuff. 80 vendors + coffee and croissants. Free admission, $1 underground parking. See ya at The FLEA 982 2671. Saturdays and Sundays, closed December 25th and January 1st.

8:30 AM

Guided Bird Walk at the Audubon Center

at Randall Davey Audubon Center&Sanctuary
Every Saturday morning an experienced birder will lead an easy walk on the grounds of the 135–acre Randall Davey Audubon Center&Sanctuary. Bring your binoculars or borrow ours. All skill levels are welcome.

9 AM – 1 PM

Saturday Winter Farmer’s Market

at Santa Fe Railyard
 

10:15 AM

Case Trading Post Saturday Lectures

at Wheelwright Museum, 704 Camino Lejo, Museum Hill
Be sure to visit us on Saturday mornings, beginning at 10:15 AM, to take a look at various aspects of Native Indian art. A new topic is presented each week. Admission is free, and refreshments are served.

11 AM

The Met: Live in HD, Donizetti’s Lucia di Lammermoor

at The Lensic, 211 W. San Francisco St.
11 a.m. with an encore presentation at 6 p.m. Expected Running time: 4 hours. $22 / $15 Lensic members and students. Tickets are available at www.Lensic.org, at Tickets Santa Fe at The Lensic at 988-1234 or in person at 211 W.
Buy Tickets

noon

Art of the Shoe Luncheon

at La Posada de Santa Fe
Buy Tickets

noon – 2 PM

The Art of the Shoe Fundraising Luncheon

at La Posada de Santa Fe
The New Mexico Committee of the National Museum of Women salutes Guadalupe Goler in a gala fundraising luncheon.

1 PM – 6 PM

Play Go (Wei Ch’i, Paduk)

at St. John’s College Peterson Center Coffee Shop
 

2 PM

DANZA FOLKLORICA QUETZAL

at El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe, 555 Camino de la Familia
Danza Folklorica Quetzal for secondary school and college age students. Info: (505) 992-0591 or (505) 603-7997 (Xochitl). There is no charge.

6 PM

Lucia Di Lammermoor Encore

at Lensic Performing Arts Center
Buy Tickets

6:30 PM – 8:30 PM

John Serkin, Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar

at Epazote, 416 Agua Fria
Dine to the sweet, tropical sounds of Hawaiian slack key guitar. Gentle, relaxing, and good for the digestion!.

7 PM

BASS WARFARE

at Warehouse 21, 1614 Paseo De Peralta (505) 989-4423
BASS WARFARE: Kotecki wʼ Illa MC also Mute Swaun, The Infektor, 5L, 13 Pieces&Elephunk $5-$7 (W21) All Ages 7pm (Dubstep)(505) 989-4423

7 PM

Flamenco Dinner Show

at El Farol, 808 Canyon Road
Our Flamenco show is performed either in a small room with 40 seats or on our covered and heated back patio. One is reminded of the caves in Granada where Flamenco shows are performed up close and intimate.

7 PM – 9 PM

Ronald Roybal

at Amaya Restaurant, Hotel Santa Fe, 1501 Paseo de Peralta
Native American Flute and Spanish Classical Guitar Music by six-time Native American Music Award Nominee and two-time New Mexico Music Industry Award winner Ronald Roybal.

8 PM – 11 PM

Savor!

at San Francisco Bar and Grill, 50 East San Francisco St.
Amplified for listening and dancing – great floor and great food. No cover!.

9 PM

Ashley Raines&The New West Review wʼThe Santa Fe All Stars

at Corazon, 401 S. Guadalupe
Ashley Raines&The New West Review wʼ The Santa Fe All Stars $5-$7 9pm (Americana)

9 PM

CalQl8rz / Gimme Sum

at BUFFALO THUNDER RESORT&CASINO, Blue Tower Lounge
See casino website for details. Blue Tower Lounge is a 100-seat entertainment venue located on the casino level. R&B, Soul, Funk, 9 pm to close.

9 PM

DJ Automatic

at BUFFALO THUNDER RESORT&CASINO CLUB WAREHOUSE
9 pm to close. To reserve VIP seating, call (505) 819.2234.

Sun., March 20, 2011

 
all day

18 DAYS: Exhibition, Film and Performing Arts Event

at Center for Contemporary Arts, 1050 Old Pecos Trail
This 6 week cultural consortium features visual, performing and film events every Fri, Sat. and Sun. through March 20 by women artists of New Mexico. On display, THE EXHIBITION features 137 works by selected artists.

all day

City Tours

at (Click link for detailed listings.)
TOURS AVAILABLE THROUGH:
Eldorado Hotel&Spa, 309 E. San Francisco St.
La Fonda Santa Fe, 100 W. San Francisco St.
*A Well-Born Guide, www.swguides.com

Call tour company to check seasonal scheduling/availability.

8 AM – 3 PM

The FLEA

at El Museo, 555 Camino de la Familia across the tracks from The Farmer’s Market
The best flea in the West. Old Stuff, New Stuff, The Right Stuff. 80 vendors + coffee and croissants. Free admission, $1 underground parking. See ya at The FLEA 982 2671. Saturdays and Sundays, closed December 25th and January 1st.

10 AM – 4 PM

Artisans Market

at Santa Fe Farmers Market, 1607 Paseo de Peralta
 

1 PM – 3 PM

Community Labyrinth Walk

at Milner Plaza Labyrinth, Museum of International Folk Art
Celebrating Spring Equinox: The Santa Fe Labyrinth Resource group cordially invites everyone to a community Labyrinth walk outdoors, at the Milner Plaza Labyrinth. Live music and more! FREE!.

2 PM – 3:30 PM

Case Studies in Contemporary Music

at St. Francis Auditorium, 107 W. Palace Ave.
 

4 PM – 6 PM

A Celebration of the Enduring American Popular Song

at Vanessie of Santa Fe, 434 West San Francisco Street
For the past six years, David Jenness has hosted a showcase of local musicians performing a variety of popular songs at Vanessie’s of Santa Fe.
Buy Tickets

7 PM – 10 PM

NACHA MENDEZ Latin Soul Dinner Show

at El Farol, 808 Canyon Road
Nacha Mendez is hailed as” The reigning diva of Latin World Music”in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Recently voted Best Female Vocalist in Santa Fe, New Mexico 2009.

8 PM

LIMELIGHT KARAOKE w/ Michèle Leidig!

at Corazon, 401 S. Guadalupe
NO COVER LIMELIGHT KARAOKE w/ Michèle Leidig! Call (505) 983-4559 or see website for details

Mon., March 21, 2011

 
all day

City Tours

at (Click link for detailed listings.)
TOURS AVAILABLE THROUGH:
Eldorado Hotel&Spa, 309 E. San Francisco St.
La Fonda Santa Fe, 100 W. San Francisco St.
*A Well-Born Guide, www.swguides.com

Call tour company to check seasonal scheduling/availability.

10:30 AM

ALLAN HOUSER SCULPTURE GARDEN TOURS

at Located off the historic Turquoise Trail (Hwy 14) off I-40 West, or I-25 North.
Tours daily, Monday through Friday. Closed weekends. Please call for appointment and a map: 505.471.1528 or e-mail btrujillo@allanhouser.com.

2 PM – 3 PM

Carrie Tingley&Katherine O’Conner

at Museum of Spanish Colonial Art, 750 Camino Lejo
Free. Chautauqua Program: Van Ann Moore presents Katherine Kennedy O’Conner and New Mexico’s First Lady Carrie Wooster Tingley.

3:30 PM – 7 PM

Ballet Folklorico/Traditional Mexican Folk Dance classes

at LNSF Dance Space, 3022 Cielo Court #C
Los Niños de Santa Fe (LNSF) is a local program dedicated to preserving traditional dances of Mexico.

7 PM

Telekinesis wʼThe Globes

at Corazon, 401 S. Guadalupe
Telekinesis wʼ The Globes $8-$10 All Ages 7pm (Power Pop, Progressive Rock) Then it’s a late show with Davila 666 $5-$7 10pm (Garage Rock)

7 PM – 9 PM

Heavenly Bodies Drum Circle

at Santa Fe Harmony Center, 27 Two Trails Road
All life has an underlying rhythm, from our own heartbeat to the movement of the stars. Drumming is a way to re-connect with these fundamental rhythms, supporting wellness on every level of being.

8 PM – 10 PM

AWAKE POETICA Poetas y Tapas

at El Farol, 808 Canyon Road
Monday night poetry gathering

9 PM

Cowgirl Karaoke

at Cowgirl Bar&Grill, 319 S Guadalupe
Come get in touch with your inner Rock Star!!! 9pm no cover 505-982-2565

9 PM

Picture Plane wʼHollagramz

at Rouge Cat, 101 W. Marcy St.
$8-$10, 9pm (Synth Pop, Trance Dub)

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Santa Fe Cultural Calendar – March 4 – 13, 2011

 

Santa Fe Convention and Visitors Bureau
Cultural and Community Events Listings for Santa Fe
event information brought to you by Santa Fe CVB, Tickets Santa Fe and The Santa Fean.

Covering Friday, March 4, 2011 thru Monday, March 14, 2011

For details visit: http://santafe.org/calendar
or click on the Event Titles.

Fri., March 4, 2011

 
all day

City Tours

at (Click link for detailed listings.)
TOURS AVAILABLE THROUGH:
Eldorado Hotel&Spa, 309 E. San Francisco St.
La Fonda Santa Fe, 100 W. San Francisco St.
*A Well-Born Guide, www.swguides.com

Call tour company to check seasonal scheduling/availability.

9 AM – 4 PM

Not Just for Grandmothers Workshop Series: Colcha and Beginning Embroidery

at The Los Poblanos Inn&Cultural Center
Sign up for one or both workshops. Check website for details or call Nancy or Joseph @ (505)344-9297 ext. 1.

10 AM – 5 PM

Material World: Textiles & Dress From the Collection

at Museum of International Folk Art
Material World presents a tantalizing glimpse into the Museum of International Folk Art’s largest collection of textiles and costumes stored in 57 closets and numerous trunks and drawers.

10 AM – 5 PM

A Century of Masters: The NEA National Heritage Fellows

at Museum of International Folk Art
Each year, the National Endowment for the Arts honors folk artists, storytellers, performers, and musicians throughout the US for their contributions to traditional art forms.

10 AM – 12:15 PM

BREAD and CHOCOLATE: An Artisanal Epicurean Delight NEW!!

at State Capitol Building
 

2 PM

Randall Davey Historic House Tour

at Randall Davey Audubon Center&Sanctuary
Step back in time as you stroll through the old Santa Fe style home (originally a lumber mill built in 1847 by the U.S. Army), of the artist Randall Davey (1887-1964).

3:30 PM – 7 PM

Ballet Folklorico/Traditional Mexican Folk Dance classes

at LNSF Dance Space, 3022 Cielo Court #C
Los Niños de Santa Fe (LNSF) is a local program dedicated to preserving traditional dances of Mexico.

3:30 PM – 7:30 PM

Ballet Folklorico/Traditional Mexican Folk Dance classes

at LNSF Dance Space
Los Niños de Santa Fe (LNSF) is a local program dedicated to preserving traditional dances of Mexico.

5 PM – 7 PM

Opening Reception for a.k.a. ZEN

at David Richard Contemporary, 130 Lincoln Avenue, Suite D
 

5 PM – 7 PM

Opening Reception for Luminous: Works of Mayumi Nishida

at 222 Shelby Street
Through April 4

5 PM – 7 PM

Opening Reception for Summer Workshop Preview

at Santa Fe Clay, 545 Camino de la Familia
Work by the ten visiting summer workshop artists: Claudia Alvarez, Chuck Aydlett, Pattie Chalmers, Charity Davis-Woodard, Steven Heinemann,
Kristen Kieffer, Curt Lacross, Liz Quackenbush, Lisa Reinertson, Emily
Schroeder.

5 PM – 7 PM

Opening Reception for Vast&Varied: Series 1: Southwestern Exposures” by Scott MacLaren

at Arroyo Gallery, 241 Delgado Street
This inventive new show features pairings of recent photographs and large assembled paintings of Southwestern landscapes which MacLaren finds creatively exciting and inspirational. Through April 17.

5 PM – 7 PM

West Palace Arts District’s First Friday Art Walk

at West Palace Street
Come visit the galleries as they’re open on the first Friday of every month

5 PM – 7:30 PM

Opening Reception for Jennifer O’Cualain&Steve Worthington

at MANITOU GALLERIES, 123 W Palace St.
Jennifer O’Cualain is a contemporary oil painter with a vision reminding us of times past, invoking comparisons to old masters of wildlife art.

5 PM – 8 PM

Not Just for Grandmothers Workshop Series: Colcha and Beginning Embroidery

at The Los Poblanos Inn&Cultural Center
Sign up for one or both workshops. Check website for details or call Nancy or Joseph @ (505)344-9297 ext. 1.

5 PM – 8 PM

Victory Chicken

at New Mexico Museum of Art, 107 West Palace Ave.
Make the Museum of Art your first stop on Gallery Night in Santa Fe. Local favorite “Victory Chicken” will pluck away on fiddle, banjo and guitar. Free!.

5 PM – 9 PM

Opening Reception for The 5th Annual Pisces Show

at Baca St. Studios, 926 Baca St. #6 Santa Fe
Ima Glass Studio and Celia Luz Photography Present Aquatic treats in glass, paintings and photography, 505-466-2711. Through April 30.

6 PM

The Palace Press Presents: Readings from the Al-Mutanabbi Street Project

at John Gaw Meem Community Room, History Museum auditorium
On March 5, 2007, a car bomb exploded on Al-Mutanabbi Street in Baghdad, Iraq, killing 30 people and wounding more than 100.

6 PM – 7:30 PM

Sufi Cirlce

at Rotating Locations
Sufi Circles are Heart Circles – open to all. Come experience the advanced meditation practices of Sages, Saints and Seekers searching for Divine Presence.

7 PM

18 DAYS: Exhibition, Film and Performing Arts Event

at Center for Contemporary Arts, 1050 Old Pecos Trail
This 6 week cultural consortium features visual, performing and film events every Fri, Sat. and Sun. through March 20 by women artists of New Mexico. On display, THE EXHIBITION features 137 works by selected artists.

7 PM – 9 PM

Ronald Roybal

at Amaya Restaurant, Hotel Santa Fe, 1501 Paseo de Peralta
Native American Flute and Spanish Classical Guitar Music by six-time Native American Music Award Nominee and two-time New Mexico Music Industry Award winner Ronald Roybal.

7 PM – 11 PM

OPEN MIC NIGHT

at Mineshaft Tavern, 2846 Hwy 14, Madrid
Please call to check the status for cancellations or changes. 505-473-0743.

7:30 PM

Savor!

at Eldorado Hotel, 309 W. San Francisco St.
Amplified for dancing – beautiful place and good dance floor

8:30 PM – 11:30 PM

Eldorado Court Lounge Live Entertainment

at Eldorado Hotel & Spa
Join us at the Eldorado Hotel & Spa for live entertainment Thursday through Saturday! Cover charge is $5. Thursday live entertainment is from 7pm until 10pm.

9 PM

CalQl8rz / Gimme Sum

at BUFFALO THUNDER RESORT&CASINO, Blue Tower Lounge
See casino website for details. Blue Tower Lounge is a 100-seat entertainment venue located on the casino level. R&B, Soul, Funk, 9 pm to close.

9 PM

DJ FloFader

at BUFFALO THUNDER RESORT&CASINO CLUB WAREHOUSE
9 pm to close. To reserve VIP seating, call (505) 819.2234.

9 PM

Love&Light + Sattva + Bacon and Feathericci

at Corazon, 401 S. Guadalupe
 

Sat., March 5, 2011

 
all day

City Tours

at (Click link for detailed listings.)
TOURS AVAILABLE THROUGH:
Eldorado Hotel&Spa, 309 E. San Francisco St.
La Fonda Santa Fe, 100 W. San Francisco St.
*A Well-Born Guide, www.swguides.com

Call tour company to check seasonal scheduling/availability.

8 AM – 3 PM

The FLEA

at El Museo, 555 Camino de la Familia across the tracks from The Farmer’s Market
The best flea in the West. Old Stuff, New Stuff, The Right Stuff. 80 vendors + coffee and croissants. Free admission, $1 underground parking. See ya at The FLEA 982 2671. Saturdays and Sundays, closed December 25th and January 1st.

8:30 AM

Guided Bird Walk at the Audubon Center

at Randall Davey Audubon Center&Sanctuary
Every Saturday morning an experienced birder will lead an easy walk on the grounds of the 135–acre Randall Davey Audubon Center&Sanctuary. Bring your binoculars or borrow ours. All skill levels are welcome.

9 AM – 1 PM

Saturday Winter Farmer’s Market

at Santa Fe Railyard
 

10 AM – 5 PM

Santa Fe Wellness Expo

at 7 Caliente Road
Free admission. Connect with your holistic community. Come and meet Readers, Holistic Practitioners, Metaphysicians, Psychics, Chiropractors and natural product vendors.

10 AM – 5 PM

Material World: Textiles & Dress From the Collection

at Museum of International Folk Art
Material World presents a tantalizing glimpse into the Museum of International Folk Art’s largest collection of textiles and costumes stored in 57 closets and numerous trunks and drawers.

10 AM – 5 PM

A Century of Masters: The NEA National Heritage Fellows

at Museum of International Folk Art
Each year, the National Endowment for the Arts honors folk artists, storytellers, performers, and musicians throughout the US for their contributions to traditional art forms.

10:15 AM

Case Trading Post Saturday Lectures

at Wheelwright Museum, 704 Camino Lejo, Museum Hill
Be sure to visit us on Saturday mornings, beginning at 10:15 AM, to take a look at various aspects of Native Indian art. A new topic is presented each week. Admission is free, and refreshments are served.

1 PM – 6 PM

Play Go (Wei Ch’i, Paduk)

at St. John’s College Peterson Center Coffee Shop
 

2 PM

DANZA FOLKLORICA QUETZAL

at El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe, 555 Camino de la Familia
Danza Folklorica Quetzal for secondary school and college age students. Info: (505) 992-0591 or (505) 603-7997 (Xochitl). There is no charge.

6 PM – 8 PM

Star Party

at Cerrillos Hills State Park main parking area, 1/2 mile north of Cerrillos Village on County Road 59.
Check out the beauty of the night sky above Cerrillos Hills State Park with Ranger Peter Lipscomb.

6:30 PM – 8:30 PM

John Serkin, Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar

at Epazote, 416 Agua Fria
Dine to the sweet, tropical sounds of Hawaiian slack key guitar. Gentle, relaxing, and good for the digestion!.

7 PM

18 DAYS: Exhibition, Film and Performing Arts Event

at Center for Contemporary Arts, 1050 Old Pecos Trail
This 6 week cultural consortium features visual, performing and film events every Fri, Sat. and Sun. through March 20 by women artists of New Mexico. On display, THE EXHIBITION features 137 works by selected artists.

7 PM

Donald Rubinstein cd release party

at Santa Fe Performance Exchange, 7 Caliente Road
 

7 PM

Flamenco Dinner Show

at El Farol, 808 Canyon Road
Our Flamenco show is performed either in a small room with 40 seats or on our covered and heated back patio. One is reminded of the caves in Granada where Flamenco shows are performed up close and intimate.

7 PM – 9 PM

Ronald Roybal

at Amaya Restaurant, Hotel Santa Fe, 1501 Paseo de Peralta
Native American Flute and Spanish Classical Guitar Music by six-time Native American Music Award Nominee and two-time New Mexico Music Industry Award winner Ronald Roybal.

8 PM

Anthony Leon and the Chain w’ Broomdust Caravan

at Corazon, 401 S. Guadalupe
8pm, $5 Saturday Nights Live is pleased to present Anthony Leon and the Chain w’ Broomdust Caravan!

8 PM – 11 PM

Savor!

at San Francisco Bar and Grill, 50 East San Francisco St.
Amplified for listening and dancing – great floor and great food. No cover!.

8:30 PM – 11:30 PM

Eldorado Court Lounge Live Entertainment

at Eldorado Hotel & Spa
Join us at the Eldorado Hotel & Spa for live entertainment Thursday through Saturday! Cover charge is $5. Thursday live entertainment is from 7pm until 10pm.

9 PM

CalQl8rz / Gimme Sum

at BUFFALO THUNDER RESORT&CASINO, Blue Tower Lounge
See casino website for details. Blue Tower Lounge is a 100-seat entertainment venue located on the casino level. R&B, Soul, Funk, 9 pm to close.

9 PM

DJ Automatic

at BUFFALO THUNDER RESORT&CASINO CLUB WAREHOUSE
9 pm to close. To reserve VIP seating, call (505) 819.2234.

Sun., March 6, 2011

 
all day

Santa Fe Restaurant Week

at Participating Santa Fe restaurants
Eight nights of incredible dining at bargain prices, plus a variety of special daytime events

all day

City Tours

at (Click link for detailed listings.)
TOURS AVAILABLE THROUGH:
Eldorado Hotel&Spa, 309 E. San Francisco St.
La Fonda Santa Fe, 100 W. San Francisco St.
*A Well-Born Guide, www.swguides.com

Call tour company to check seasonal scheduling/availability.

8 AM – 3 PM

The FLEA

at El Museo, 555 Camino de la Familia across the tracks from The Farmer’s Market
The best flea in the West. Old Stuff, New Stuff, The Right Stuff. 80 vendors + coffee and croissants. Free admission, $1 underground parking. See ya at The FLEA 982 2671. Saturdays and Sundays, closed December 25th and January 1st.

10 AM – 4 PM

Artisans Market

at Santa Fe Farmers Market, 1607 Paseo de Peralta
 

10 AM – 5 PM

Material World: Textiles & Dress From the Collection

at Museum of International Folk Art
Material World presents a tantalizing glimpse into the Museum of International Folk Art’s largest collection of textiles and costumes stored in 57 closets and numerous trunks and drawers.

10 AM – 5 PM

A Century of Masters: The NEA National Heritage Fellows

at Museum of International Folk Art
Each year, the National Endowment for the Arts honors folk artists, storytellers, performers, and musicians throughout the US for their contributions to traditional art forms.

2 PM

Music Lecture/Demonstration

at Museum of International Folk Art, Camino Lejo
Explore the history of music in New Mexico with Tomás Lozano, of
Viva la Pepa. Lozano highlights the instrumentation and evolution of music in historic New Mexico.

2 PM

Tomás Lozano

at Museum of International Folk Art, Museum Hill
Explore the history of music in New Mexico with Tomás Lozano, of
Viva la Pepa. Lozano highlights the instrumentation and evolution of music in historic New Mexico.

3 PM

Growing Up Artist, Lorraine Schechter

at Center for Contemporary Arts, 1050 Old Pecos Trail
 

3 PM

SFCA: The Music Man

at Lensic Performing Arts Center
Buy Tickets

7 PM

18 DAYS: Exhibition, Film and Performing Arts Event

at Center for Contemporary Arts, 1050 Old Pecos Trail
This 6 week cultural consortium features visual, performing and film events every Fri, Sat. and Sun. through March 20 by women artists of New Mexico. On display, THE EXHIBITION features 137 works by selected artists.

7 PM

Doug Lawrence, Dan Trudell and Peter Amahl

at Santa Fe Performance Exchange, 7 Caliente Road
 

7 PM – 10 PM

NACHA MENDEZ Latin Soul Dinner Show

at El Farol, 808 Canyon Road
Nacha Mendez is hailed as” The reigning diva of Latin World Music”in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Recently voted Best Female Vocalist in Santa Fe, New Mexico 2009.

8 PM

LIMELIGHT KARAOKE w/ Michèle Leidig!

at Corazon, 401 S. Guadalupe
NO COVER LIMELIGHT KARAOKE w/ Michèle Leidig! Call (505) 983-4559 or see website for details

Mon., March 7, 2011

 
all day

Santa Fe Restaurant Week

at Participating Santa Fe restaurants
Eight nights of incredible dining at bargain prices, plus a variety of special daytime events

all day

City Tours

at (Click link for detailed listings.)
TOURS AVAILABLE THROUGH:
Eldorado Hotel&Spa, 309 E. San Francisco St.
La Fonda Santa Fe, 100 W. San Francisco St.
*A Well-Born Guide, www.swguides.com

Call tour company to check seasonal scheduling/availability.

10:30 AM

ALLAN HOUSER SCULPTURE GARDEN TOURS

at Located off the historic Turquoise Trail (Hwy 14) off I-40 West, or I-25 North.
Tours daily, Monday through Friday. Closed weekends. Please call for appointment and a map: 505.471.1528 or e-mail btrujillo@allanhouser.com.

3:30 PM – 7 PM

Ballet Folklorico/Traditional Mexican Folk Dance classes

at LNSF Dance Space, 3022 Cielo Court #C
Los Niños de Santa Fe (LNSF) is a local program dedicated to preserving traditional dances of Mexico.

3:30 PM – 7:30 PM

Ballet Folklorico/Traditional Mexican Folk Dance classes

at LNSF Dance Space
Los Niños de Santa Fe (LNSF) is a local program dedicated to preserving traditional dances of Mexico.

7 PM – 9 PM

Heavenly Bodies Drum Circle

at Santa Fe Harmony Center, 27 Two Trails Road
All life has an underlying rhythm, from our own heartbeat to the movement of the stars. Drumming is a way to re-connect with these fundamental rhythms, supporting wellness on every level of being.

8 PM – 10 PM

AWAKE POETICA Poetas y Tapas

at El Farol, 808 Canyon Road
Monday night poetry gathering

9 PM

Cowgirl Karaoke

at Cowgirl Bar&Grill, 319 S Guadalupe
Come get in touch with your inner Rock Star!!! 9pm no cover 505-982-2565

9 PM

MAN HURLS HEDGEHOG&GRINKA

at Corazon, 401 S. Guadalupe
9pm, $5 Oh my goodness. Coraz�n is most pleased to present an evening of skull crushing jamz w’ MAN HURLS HEDGEHOG&GRINKAI! I heart me some Metal!!!.

Tue., March 8, 2011

 
all day

Santa Fe Restaurant Week

at Participating Santa Fe restaurants
Eight nights of incredible dining at bargain prices, plus a variety of special daytime events

all day

City Tours

at (Click link for detailed listings.)
TOURS AVAILABLE THROUGH:
Eldorado Hotel&Spa, 309 E. San Francisco St.
La Fonda Santa Fe, 100 W. San Francisco St.
*A Well-Born Guide, www.swguides.com

Call tour company to check seasonal scheduling/availability.

10 AM – 5 PM

Material World: Textiles & Dress From the Collection

at Museum of International Folk Art
Material World presents a tantalizing glimpse into the Museum of International Folk Art’s largest collection of textiles and costumes stored in 57 closets and numerous trunks and drawers.

10 AM – 5 PM

A Century of Masters: The NEA National Heritage Fellows

at Museum of International Folk Art
Each year, the National Endowment for the Arts honors folk artists, storytellers, performers, and musicians throughout the US for their contributions to traditional art forms.

6 PM – 8 PM

Open Bluegrass Jam

at Backroad Pizza, 1807 Second Street
Bring your instrument and join in or just come and enjoy the fabulous live bluegrass music! Open to everyone. Call 505 955 9055 for details.

7:30 PM

Hugh Masekela

at The Lensic, 211 West San Francisco Street
Hugh Masakela spans over 50 years pioneering African rhythms in Jazz and collaborating with Miriam Makeba and Paul Simon among many others.
Buy Tickets

7:30 PM – 11 PM

Argentine Tango Milonga

at El Meson, 213 Washington Ave.
$5 min. purchase. A night of tango dancing.

8 PM – 10 PM

CANYON ROAD BLUES JAM: All Musicians Welcome

at El Farol, 808 Canyon Road
Every Tuesday, Blues, Soul, R&R

9 PM

DJ John Karaoke

at BUFFALO THUNDER RESORT&CASINO, Blue Tower Lounge
Blue Tower Lounge is a 100-seat entertainment venue located on the casino level. Karaoke, 9 pm to close.

9 PM

TEAM TUESDAYS with DJ’s FEATHERICCI&BACON

at Cowgirl Bar&Grill, 319 S Guadalupe
DJs Feathericci and Bacon plus special guests. 9pm, $3 cover. 505-982-2565.

9 PM

The Reggae Party

at Corazon, 401 S. Guadalupe
9pm $5 THE REGGAE PARTY, with DJs Dynamite Sol&Joe Ray Sandoval! Call (505) 983-4559 or see website for details

Wed., March 9, 2011

 
all day

Santa Fe Restaurant Week

at Participating Santa Fe restaurants
Eight nights of incredible dining at bargain prices, plus a variety of special daytime events

all day

City Tours

at (Click link for detailed listings.)
TOURS AVAILABLE THROUGH:
Eldorado Hotel&Spa, 309 E. San Francisco St.
La Fonda Santa Fe, 100 W. San Francisco St.
*A Well-Born Guide, www.swguides.com

Call tour company to check seasonal scheduling/availability.

10 AM – 5 PM

Material World: Textiles & Dress From the Collection

at Museum of International Folk Art
Material World presents a tantalizing glimpse into the Museum of International Folk Art’s largest collection of textiles and costumes stored in 57 closets and numerous trunks and drawers.

10 AM – 5 PM

A Century of Masters: The NEA National Heritage Fellows

at Museum of International Folk Art
Each year, the National Endowment for the Arts honors folk artists, storytellers, performers, and musicians throughout the US for their contributions to traditional art forms.

10:30 AM

ALLAN HOUSER SCULPTURE GARDEN TOURS

at Located off the historic Turquoise Trail (Hwy 14) off I-40 West, or I-25 North.
Tours daily, Monday through Friday. Closed weekends. Please call for appointment and a map: 505.471.1528 or e-mail btrujillo@allanhouser.com.

5:15 PM – 7:15 PM

Opera 101

at Collected Works Bookstore 202 Galisteo
OPERA VIRGIN? This two-part program is specifically designed for “students” whose experience of opera is limited or non-existent? Popular local music educator, Oliver Prezant, will conduct this lively overview?

5:30 PM – 9 PM

Amaya Dinner

at Amaya Restaurant at Hotel Santa Fe, 1501 Paseo de Peralta
$23 Prix Fixe Menu at Amaya Restaurant, served nightly from 5:30-9PM. Includes your choice of select appetizers, entrees and desserts. To make reservations, email dine@hotelsantafe.com or call 505-955-7805.

6:30 PM – 9:30 PM

Savor!

at La Posada de Santa Fe
Acoustic amplified for dancing, great space and dance floor – $5 cover. 15 minutes from town.

7:30 PM

SFCA: National Philharmonic of Poland

at Lensic Performing Arts Center
Buy Tickets

8 PM

Scott H. Biram wʼRalph White

at Corazon, 401 S. Guadalupe
Scott H. Biram wʼ Ralph White $8-$10 8pm (Cow Punk, Avante-Garde Cajun).

9 PM

DJ Breakaway

at BUFFALO THUNDER RESORT&CASINO, Blue Tower Lounge
Blue Tower Lounge is a 100-seat entertainment venue located on the casino level. Dance, 9 pm to close.

9 PM

Trash Disco

at Rouge Cat, 101 W. Marcy St.
With DJ Oona. No cover.

9 PM – 10 PM

CAFE MAMBO LIVE SALSA DJ&DANCING

at El Farol, 808 Canyon Road
Featuring the best Salsa, Bachata, Meringue, Cha Cha Cha, Reggaeton and mix of contemporary Latin dance music with DJ Sofrito ! …21+.. Full Bar…AND WITH ABSOLUTELY NO COVER CHARGE!!!.

Thu., March 10, 2011

 
all day

Santa Fe Restaurant Week

at Participating Santa Fe restaurants
Eight nights of incredible dining at bargain prices, plus a variety of special daytime events

all day

City Tours

at (Click link for detailed listings.)
TOURS AVAILABLE THROUGH:
Eldorado Hotel&Spa, 309 E. San Francisco St.
La Fonda Santa Fe, 100 W. San Francisco St.
*A Well-Born Guide, www.swguides.com

Call tour company to check seasonal scheduling/availability.

10 AM – 5 PM

Material World: Textiles & Dress From the Collection

at Museum of International Folk Art
Material World presents a tantalizing glimpse into the Museum of International Folk Art’s largest collection of textiles and costumes stored in 57 closets and numerous trunks and drawers.

10 AM – 5 PM

A Century of Masters: The NEA National Heritage Fellows

at Museum of International Folk Art
Each year, the National Endowment for the Arts honors folk artists, storytellers, performers, and musicians throughout the US for their contributions to traditional art forms.

5:30 PM – 9 PM

Amaya Dinner

at Amaya Restaurant at Hotel Santa Fe, 1501 Paseo de Peralta
$23 Prix Fixe Menu at Amaya Restaurant, served nightly from 5:30-9PM. Includes your choice of select appetizers, entrees and desserts. To make reservations, email dine@hotelsantafe.com or call 505-955-7805.

6 PM

Lawyers for the Arts Program: Copyright and the Visual Arts

at Education Annex, 123 Grant Avenue
This presentation will cover copyright basics including subject matter, duration, exclusive rights, infringement and exceptions to copyright.

6:30 PM – 8 PM

Improv 4 Relationships!

at Little Wing Performance Center, 851 St. Michaels
Experience the rules of theater Improv and what makes Improv work on stage. Then apply that to the relationships in your life, particularly the significant ones! RSVP patty@i-shiftnow.com or 505 424 4436. $25.00.

7 PM

Paper Bird wʼFlamingo Pink

at Corazon, 401 S. Guadalupe
Paper Bird wʼ Flamingo Pink $8-$10 7pm (Folk American, Dream Folk). Then at 10:30 it’s Salsa~Rock~Jazz~Flamenco merchants NOSOTROS!.

7 PM

Scott Cadenasso

at Backroad Pizza, 1807 Second Street
Originally from the San Francisco Bay Area, Scott Cadenasso has been a fixture in the New Mexico music scene for nearly thirty years. Call 505 955 9055 for details.

7 PM – 9 PM

Chakra Rhythms Drum Circle

at Santa Fe Harmony Center, 27 Two Trails
Come experience the healing power of the drum! Drum circles are fun, upbeat and support wellness on every level of being.

7:30 PM

Savor!

at Milagro 139, 139 West San Francisco St.
$5 cover

8:30 PM – 11:30 PM

Eldorado Court Lounge Live Entertainment

at Eldorado Hotel & Spa
Join us at the Eldorado Hotel & Spa for live entertainment Thursday through Saturday! Cover charge is $5. Thursday live entertainment is from 7pm until 10pm.

9 PM

DJ Quico

at BUFFALO THUNDER RESORT&CASINO, Blue Tower Lounge
Blue Tower Lounge is a 100-seat entertainment venue located on the casino level. “En Fuego”, 9 pm to close.

9 PM

Night Beats

at Little Wing, 851 St. Michaels Dr.
Night Beats $5-$7 (Little Wing) All Ages 9pm (Psych Garage). (505) 699-5470.

9:30 PM – 11 PM

Birds of a Feather, Folk, Blues&Soul

at El Farol, 808 Canyon Road
What do you get when you put Margaret Burke, Terry Dears and Jimmie Russel together…Birds of a Feather (of course). They bring their heartfelt soul into El Farol on Thursday nights. Dont miss this…they are tight !!.

Fri., March 11, 2011

 
all day

Santa Fe Restaurant Week

at Participating Santa Fe restaurants
Eight nights of incredible dining at bargain prices, plus a variety of special daytime events

all day

“Keeping the Love you Find” Workshop

at Lofts at Marquez Place
This 20 hour intensive self-growth workshop is based on the book “Keeping the Love you Find” by Harville Hendrix, Ph.D. Learn about your character structure and defenses, as well as why you are attracted to certain people.

all day

City Tours

at (Click link for detailed listings.)
TOURS AVAILABLE THROUGH:
Eldorado Hotel&Spa, 309 E. San Francisco St.
La Fonda Santa Fe, 100 W. San Francisco St.
*A Well-Born Guide, www.swguides.com

Call tour company to check seasonal scheduling/availability.

2 PM

Randall Davey Historic House Tour

at Randall Davey Audubon Center&Sanctuary
Step back in time as you stroll through the old Santa Fe style home (originally a lumber mill built in 1847 by the U.S. Army), of the artist Randall Davey (1887-1964).

3:30 PM – 7 PM

Ballet Folklorico/Traditional Mexican Folk Dance classes

at LNSF Dance Space, 3022 Cielo Court #C
Los Niños de Santa Fe (LNSF) is a local program dedicated to preserving traditional dances of Mexico.

5 PM – 7 PM

Opening for Inner and Outer Space…the Visionary Landscapes of Josh Simpson

at Jane Sauer Gallery, 652 Canyon Road
Josh Simpson, an internationally renown glass artist for over 30 years, will be visiting Santa Fe for the opening of his gallery exhibition.

7 PM

18 DAYS: Exhibition, Film and Performing Arts Event

at Center for Contemporary Arts, 1050 Old Pecos Trail
This 6 week cultural consortium features visual, performing and film events every Fri, Sat. and Sun. through March 20 by women artists of New Mexico. On display, THE EXHIBITION features 137 works by selected artists.

7 PM

Le Chat Lunatique

at Santa Fe Performance Exchange, 7 Caliente Road
 

7 PM – 9 PM

Ronald Roybal

at Amaya Restaurant, Hotel Santa Fe, 1501 Paseo de Peralta
Native American Flute and Spanish Classical Guitar Music by six-time Native American Music Award Nominee and two-time New Mexico Music Industry Award winner Ronald Roybal.

7 PM – 11 PM

OPEN MIC NIGHT

at Mineshaft Tavern, 2846 Hwy 14, Madrid
Please call to check the status for cancellations or changes. 505-473-0743.

7:30 PM

Aspen Santa Fe Ballet

at The Lensic, 211 W. San Francisco St.
Buy Tickets

7:30 PM

Megan Slankard wʼTreemotel

at Little Wing, 851 St. Michaels Dr.
Megan Slankard wʼ Treemotel $7-$10 (Little wing) All Ages 7:30pm (Edgy Alt-Rock) (505) 699-5470

7:30 PM

Savor!

at Eldorado Hotel, 309 W. San Francisco St.
Amplified for dancing – beautiful place and good dance floor

7:30 PM

Gerald Clayton Trio

at Vanessie of Santa Fe
Buy Tickets

7:30 PM – 9:30 PM

Simple as the Sun: A Healing Journey through the Divine

at Center for Spiritual Living, 505 Camino de Los Marquez
An inspirational evening of new music and improvisations with Earthie-Indie artist Laurianne Fiorentino (voice, guitar, bamboo flute, ocarina), Dave Borton, Trombone,&Kelvin McNeal, Piano. Tickets $20 at the door.

9 PM

CalQl8rz / Gimme Sum

at BUFFALO THUNDER RESORT&CASINO, Blue Tower Lounge
See casino website for details. Blue Tower Lounge is a 100-seat entertainment venue located on the casino level. R&B, Soul, Funk, 9 pm to close.

9 PM

DJ FloFader

at BUFFALO THUNDER RESORT&CASINO CLUB WAREHOUSE
9 pm to close. To reserve VIP seating, call (505) 819.2234.

9 PM

Heartbeats

at Corazon, 401 S. Guadalupe
Heartbeats: Mr. Rogers wʼ Leonard Marion vs. Andrew Bowen&Feathericci $5-$7 9pm (Glitch Midtempo, Techno, House).

Sat., March 12, 2011

 
all day

Santa Fe Restaurant Week

at Participating Santa Fe restaurants
Eight nights of incredible dining at bargain prices, plus a variety of special daytime events

all day

City Tours

at (Click link for detailed listings.)
TOURS AVAILABLE THROUGH:
Eldorado Hotel&Spa, 309 E. San Francisco St.
La Fonda Santa Fe, 100 W. San Francisco St.
*A Well-Born Guide, www.swguides.com

Call tour company to check seasonal scheduling/availability.

8 AM – 3 PM

The FLEA

at El Museo, 555 Camino de la Familia across the tracks from The Farmer’s Market
The best flea in the West. Old Stuff, New Stuff, The Right Stuff. 80 vendors + coffee and croissants. Free admission, $1 underground parking. See ya at The FLEA 982 2671. Saturdays and Sundays, closed December 25th and January 1st.

8:30 AM

Guided Bird Walk at the Audubon Center

at Randall Davey Audubon Center&Sanctuary
Every Saturday morning an experienced birder will lead an easy walk on the grounds of the 135–acre Randall Davey Audubon Center&Sanctuary. Bring your binoculars or borrow ours. All skill levels are welcome.

9 AM – 1 PM

Saturday Winter Farmer’s Market

at Santa Fe Railyard
 

10 AM – 4 PM

Guy Wolff Pottery Throwing Demonstration

at Santa Fe Greenhouses, 2904 Rufina Street
Potter Guy Wolff will throw his traditional clay vessels live, in-store. The one-of-a-kind pottery will be auctioned off to benefit the Susan G. Komen foundation.

10:15 AM

Case Trading Post Saturday Lectures

at Wheelwright Museum, 704 Camino Lejo, Museum Hill
Be sure to visit us on Saturday mornings, beginning at 10:15 AM, to take a look at various aspects of Native Indian art. A new topic is presented each week. Admission is free, and refreshments are served.

noon – 2:30 PM

Georgia O’Keeffe Museum Public Program: Workshop on Creativity and Sustainability

at Education Annex, 123 Grant Avenue
Sustainability is the capacity for systems to endure over time. Can an artist’s practice have contemporary relevance and incorporate sustainable ways of working that are ecologically sensitive to the environment.

1 PM – 6 PM

Play Go (Wei Ch’i, Paduk)

at St. John’s College Peterson Center Coffee Shop
 

2 PM

DANZA FOLKLORICA QUETZAL

at El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe, 555 Camino de la Familia
Danza Folklorica Quetzal for secondary school and college age students. Info: (505) 992-0591 or (505) 603-7997 (Xochitl). There is no charge.

2 PM – 4 PM

No Bones About It

at Cerrillos Hills State Park main parking area, 1/2 mile north of Cerrillos village on County Road 59.
Come examine our collection of skulls and other bones to learn how the shapes and sizes of different features allow animals like cougars, bobcats and their prey survive the rigors of life in the wild. $5 per vehicle.

4 PM

2nd Annual SF Blues Festival

at Corazon, 401 S. Guadalupe
2nd Annual SF Blues Festival feat. DIKKI DU&THE ZYDECO KREWE
Hazel Miller Band (Chicago Blues), Ken Valdez (Acoustic Blues), (More artists TBA) (Under 21 Welcome wʼ Guardian) $20-$25 (Doors at 4pm).

4:30 PM

Santa Fe Blues

at Corazon
Buy Tickets

6 PM – 8:30 PM

T or C: 2nd Saturday Art Hop

at Truth or Consequences, throughout downtown area from 2nd&Date to Broadway&Main
 

6:30 PM – 8:30 PM

John Serkin, Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar

at Epazote, 416 Agua Fria
Dine to the sweet, tropical sounds of Hawaiian slack key guitar. Gentle, relaxing, and good for the digestion!.

7 PM

18 DAYS: Exhibition, Film and Performing Arts Event

at Center for Contemporary Arts, 1050 Old Pecos Trail
This 6 week cultural consortium features visual, performing and film events every Fri, Sat. and Sun. through March 20 by women artists of New Mexico. On display, THE EXHIBITION features 137 works by selected artists.

7 PM

Flamenco Dinner Show

at El Farol, 808 Canyon Road
Our Flamenco show is performed either in a small room with 40 seats or on our covered and heated back patio. One is reminded of the caves in Granada where Flamenco shows are performed up close and intimate.

7 PM – 9 PM

Ronald Roybal

at Amaya Restaurant, Hotel Santa Fe, 1501 Paseo de Peralta
Native American Flute and Spanish Classical Guitar Music by six-time Native American Music Award Nominee and two-time New Mexico Music Industry Award winner Ronald Roybal.

7:30 PM

Aspen Santa Fe Ballet

at The Lensic, 211 W. San Francisco St.
Buy Tickets

7:30 PM

Shane Cooley, Adam Smith and The Melillo Brothers of The Home Sweet Home Tour

at Little Wing, 851 St. Michaels Dr.
Shane Cooley, Adam Smith and The Melillo Brothers of The Home Sweet Home Tour $7-$10 (Little Wing) All Ages 7:30pm (Retro Folk-Rock, Crooning Country, Pop-Rock)(505) 699-5470

8 PM – 11 PM

Savor!

at San Francisco Bar and Grill, 50 East San Francisco St.
Amplified for listening and dancing – great floor and great food. No cover!.

9 PM

CalQl8rz / Gimme Sum

at BUFFALO THUNDER RESORT&CASINO, Blue Tower Lounge
See casino website for details. Blue Tower Lounge is a 100-seat entertainment venue located on the casino level. R&B, Soul, Funk, 9 pm to close.

9 PM

DJ Automatic

at BUFFALO THUNDER RESORT&CASINO CLUB WAREHOUSE
9 pm to close. To reserve VIP seating, call (505) 819.2234.

Sun., March 13, 2011

 
all day

Santa Fe Restaurant Week

at Participating Santa Fe restaurants
Eight nights of incredible dining at bargain prices, plus a variety of special daytime events

all day

City Tours

at (Click link for detailed listings.)
TOURS AVAILABLE THROUGH:
Eldorado Hotel&Spa, 309 E. San Francisco St.
La Fonda Santa Fe, 100 W. San Francisco St.
*A Well-Born Guide, www.swguides.com

Call tour company to check seasonal scheduling/availability.

8 AM – 3 PM

The FLEA

at El Museo, 555 Camino de la Familia across the tracks from The Farmer’s Market
The best flea in the West. Old Stuff, New Stuff, The Right Stuff. 80 vendors + coffee and croissants. Free admission, $1 underground parking. See ya at The FLEA 982 2671. Saturdays and Sundays, closed December 25th and January 1st.

10 AM – 4 PM

Artisans Market

at Santa Fe Farmers Market, 1607 Paseo de Peralta
 

10 AM – 4 PM

Guy Wolff Pottery Throwing Demonstration

at Santa Fe Greenhouses, 2904 Rufina Street
Potter Guy Wolff will throw his traditional clay vessels live, in-store. The one-of-a-kind pottery will be auctioned off to benefit the Susan G. Komen foundation.

noon – 2:30 PM

Georgia O’Keeffe Museum Public Program: Workshop on Creativity and Sustainability

at Education Annex, 123 Grant Avenue
Sustainability is the capacity for systems to endure over time. Can an artist’s practice have contemporary relevance and incorporate sustainable ways of working that are ecologically sensitive to the environment.

2 PM – 3 PM

William duBuys: Growing Up with Ernest Thompson Seton’s Stories

at New Mexico History Museum
Noted author William deBuys speaks on “Growing Up with Uncle Ernest’s Wildlife Stories” in the History Museum Auditorium, part of the Wild at Heart: Ernest Thompson Seton exhibit.

2 PM – 3:30 PM

Naval Academy Women’s Glee Club Concert

at New Mexico Museum of Art, St. Francis Auditorium, 107 West Palace Ave.
 

7 PM

18 DAYS: Exhibition, Film and Performing Arts Event

at Center for Contemporary Arts, 1050 Old Pecos Trail
This 6 week cultural consortium features visual, performing and film events every Fri, Sat. and Sun. through March 20 by women artists of New Mexico. On display, THE EXHIBITION features 137 works by selected artists.

7 PM

Foster The People wʼDJ Maynard Del Mar

at Corazon, 401 S. Guadalupe
Foster The People wʼ DJ Maynard Del Mar $5-$7 7pm (Sunshine Pop)

7 PM

Sambaguru

at Lensic Performing Arts Center
Buy Tickets

7 PM – 10 PM

NACHA MENDEZ Latin Soul Dinner Show

at El Farol, 808 Canyon Road
Nacha Mendez is hailed as” The reigning diva of Latin World Music”in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Recently voted Best Female Vocalist in Santa Fe, New Mexico 2009.

Mon., March 14, 2011

 
all day

City Tours

at (Click link for detailed listings.)
TOURS AVAILABLE THROUGH:
Eldorado Hotel&Spa, 309 E. San Francisco St.
La Fonda Santa Fe, 100 W. San Francisco St.
*A Well-Born Guide, www.swguides.com

Call tour company to check seasonal scheduling/availability.

10:30 AM

ALLAN HOUSER SCULPTURE GARDEN TOURS

at Located off the historic Turquoise Trail (Hwy 14) off I-40 West, or I-25 North.
Tours daily, Monday through Friday. Closed weekends. Please call for appointment and a map: 505.471.1528 or e-mail btrujillo@allanhouser.com.

3:30 PM – 7 PM

Ballet Folklorico/Traditional Mexican Folk Dance classes

at LNSF Dance Space, 3022 Cielo Court #C
Los Niños de Santa Fe (LNSF) is a local program dedicated to preserving traditional dances of Mexico.

6 PM

The Dodos wʼThe Mumlers

at Warehouse 21, 1614 Paseo De Peralta (505) 989-4423
The Dodos wʼ The Mumlers $12-$14 (W21) All Ages 6pm (Psych Indie-Folk). (505) 989-4423.

7 PM

The Dodos

at Warehouse 21
Buy Tickets

7 PM – 9 PM

Heavenly Bodies Drum Circle

at Santa Fe Harmony Center, 27 Two Trails Road
All life has an underlying rhythm, from our own heartbeat to the movement of the stars. Drumming is a way to re-connect with these fundamental rhythms, supporting wellness on every level of being.

7:30 PM

An Evening With Randy Newman

at The Lensic, 211 West San Francisco Street
Randy Newman has long been one of the most musically and lyrically ambitious singer-songwriters ever to be at play in the fields of popular music.
$46/56/66/79.
Buy Tickets

8 PM

Asobi Seksu wʼBraids&Morning Teleportation

at Corazon, 401 S. Guadalupe
Asobi Seksu wʼ Braids&Morning Teleportation $10-$12 8pm (Dream Pop, Shoegazer, Banjo Disco)

8 PM – 10 PM

AWAKE POETICA Poetas y Tapas

at El Farol, 808 Canyon Road
Monday night poetry gathering

9 PM

Cowgirl Karaoke

at Cowgirl Bar&Grill, 319 S Guadalupe
Come get in touch with your inner Rock Star!!! 9pm no cover 505-982-2565

10 PM – 11 PM

Starfucker wʼUnknown Mortal Orchestra

at VFW, 307 Montezuma St.
Starfucker wʼ Unknown Mortal Orchestra $8-$10 (VFW) 10pm (Indie Electronica)

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