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Santa Fe Cultural Calendar – June 17 – 26, 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, June 17, 2011 thru Monday, June 27, 2011

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

Fri., June 17, 2011

 
all day

“Getting the Love You Want” for Lesbian Couples

at Lofts at Marquez Place

This 20 hour intensive workshop is based on “Getting the Love You Want” by Harville Hendrix, Ph.D.

all day

City Tours

at (Click link for detailed listings.)

Call tour company to check seasonal scheduling/availability. These companies are not affiliated and offer separate packages.

Eldorado Hotel&Spa, 309 E. San Francisco St.
La Fonda Santa Fe, 100 W. San Francisco St.

all day

Georgia O’Keeffe Home and Studio Tour in Abiquiu

at Abiquiu

 

all day

Mining the Unconscious: The Creative Path to Self-Knowledge

at Various locations in Santa Fe

A multi-media event of exhibitions, symposia and workshops encompassing a full spectrum of visual, written and performance arts. Through August 28.

all day

Opening Reception for “Home Lands: How Women Made the West”

at New Mexico History Museum

From ancient pueblos to modern suburbs, women have shaped the Western landscape through choices about how to sustain home, family, and community.

10 AM

Santa Fe School of Cooking Classes

at Santa Fe School of Cooking, Upper Level, 116 W. San Francisco St.

The Santa Fe School of Cooking is a recreational cooking school – that means our classes and food events are a lot of fun.

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 – 12:15 PM

BREAD and CHOCOLATE: An Artisanal Epicurean Delight NEW!!

at State Capitol Building

 

10:15 AM

New Mexico History Museum: Downtown Walking Tour

at Gather at the Palace Courtyard’s Blue Gate just south of the History Museum entrance at 113 Lincoln Ave.

April 18 through Oct. 15, Monday-Saturday, beginning at 10:15 a.m. Cost is $10. Children 16 and under are free when accompanied by an adult. Museum guides do not accept tips.

11 AM

Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for Mati

at 113 West San Francisco Street

Join Us along with Members of the Chamber of Commerce and other Local Businesses for Our Ribbon Cutting Ceremony of the Official Grand Opening of Mati Jewelers of Santa Fe.

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 PM – 4:30 PM

Pride Concert: Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Fabulousness

at Multiple Venues — See Notes

 

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 Geoffrey Gorman “Second Nature”

at Jane Sauer Gallery, 652 Canyon Rd.

Geoffrey Gorman is breathing life into what might be considered to be the detritus of our culture.

5 PM – 7 PM

Opening for SUZANNE BOCANEGRA: I WRITE THE SONGS + PAE WHITE: MATERIAL MUTTERS

at SITE Santa Fe, 1606 Paseo de Peralta

Pae White: Material Mutters is an exhibition that surveys White’s works over
the last five years with a focus on her monumental tapestries, which she has
been producing since 2004.

5 PM – 7 PM

Opening Reception for “By Local”

at Matthews Gallery, 669 Canyon Road

Exhibition of by local artists Jamie Chase, Terry Craig, Annie O’brien Gonzales, Robert W. Hinds, Frank Morbillo, Kate Rivers, Michael von Helms and Diane White. Representational and abstract genres are featured. Through July 1.

5 PM – 7 PM

Opening Reception for Bart Johnson “The Truth Hurts”

at Eight Modern, 231 Delgado Street

Bart Johnson compares his working habits to Camus’s Sisyphus endlessly rolling his rock up a hill.

5 PM – 7 PM

Opening Reception for Debra Corbett and Gregory Smith

at Ventana Fine Art Gallery, 400 Canyon Road

“Classic Meets Contemporary” is a two- person exhibition of new paintings by Debra Corbett and Gregory Smith. Debra Corbett brings contemporary vibrancy and impeccable design to mixed media paintings.

5 PM – 7 PM

Opening Reception for Mining the Unconscious

at City of Santa Fe Community Gallery, Santa Fe Community Convention Center, 201 West Marcy Street

Tonight is the opening for a juried exhibition of art by 32 New Mexico artists working in all media and referencing Jungian themes explored in C. G.

5 PM – 7 PM

Reception for Elemental Worlds: Christina Chalmers

at Selby Fleetwood Gallery, 600 Canyon Road

Christina Chalmers work is steeped in questions of humanity and divinity; the formless revealed through form. Chalmers uses materials in both an organic and intuitive way in each unique composition. June 3-23.

5 PM – 7 PM

Santa Fe Studio Tour Preview Party

at Santa Fe University of Art and Design, Fine Arts Gallery

This preview will showcase the breadth and depth of the artwork on the tour.

5 PM – 8 PM

Free Friday Evenings at Four Museums

at Four museums around Santa Fe

Museum of International Folk Art, Museum of Indian Arts&Culture on Museum Hill, New Mexico History Museum and the New Mexico Museum of Art stay open late on Fridays with free admission, 5-8 pm

5:30 PM – 7:30 PM

Opening Reception for “Summer Solstice”

at Heidi Loewen Porcelain Gallery, 315 Johnson Street

New Smoke Fired&Oil Painted Porcelain Vessels as well as Giclee Prints by Heidi Loewen

6 PM

Postcommodity Lecture

at Tipton Hall, SFAI

The Santa Fe Art Institute is pleased to present Postcommodity, an Indigineous Arts Collective comprised of Raven Chacon, Crist�bal Martínez, Kade L. Twist, and Nathan Young.

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

Magic Fridays Tricks

at Ore House at Milagro, 139 W. San Francisco St.

By Rick Babbet Magicianette.No cover

7 PM

Yo La Tengo

at Sol Stage&Grill, Santa Fe Brewing Company, 27 Fire Place

Doors at 7pm. See website for 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 – 10 PM

Bert Dalton

at El Dorado Court Lounge, 309 W. San Fransisco St.

Jazz. On 6/17 with Milo Jaramillo and Patty Stevens. Call (505) 988-4455 for details.

8 PM

MISSED THE BOAT

at Cowgirl Cafe&BBQ, 319 S. Guadalupe St.

Call 505.982.2565 for details

8 PM – 11 PM

SIERRA

at La Fonda Hotel, La Fiesta Lounge, 100 E. San Francisco St.

Country western. This event is free and open to the public. For more information, please call 505-995-2363.

8:30 PM – 10:30 PM

Juan Siddi Flamenco

at The Lodge at Santa Fe, 750 North St. Francis Drive

Experience the captivating mystery, majesty&beauty of the Juan Siddi Flamenco Theatre Company’s 2011 Summer Season.
Buy Tickets

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, 80s, 9 pm to close.

9 PM

DJ Sofrito: Salsa at The Lodge

at The Lodge, 750 N. St. Francis Drive

Reggaeton, salsa bachata, and more. No cover.

9 PM

SEVEN SISTERS

at Corazon, 401 S. Guadalupe

 

Sat., June 18, 2011

 
all day

City Tours

at (Click link for detailed listings.)

Call tour company to check seasonal scheduling/availability. These companies are not affiliated and offer separate packages.

Eldorado Hotel&Spa, 309 E. San Francisco St.
La Fonda Santa Fe, 100 W. San Francisco St.

all day

Mining the Unconscious: The Creative Path to Self-Knowledge

at Various locations in Santa Fe

A multi-media event of exhibitions, symposia and workshops encompassing a full spectrum of visual, written and performance arts. Through August 28.

all day

Santa Fe Steeplechase

at La Mesita Ranch 15 miles north of Santa Fe CBD, Transportation from Buffalo Thunder Resort

All Day on Saturday June 18 with 6-8 Steeplechase races. Tickets available at Buffalo Thunder Resort.

7 AM – 12 PM

Saturday Farmer’s Market: Railyard

at In the Railyard

Come on down twice a week to our community gathering place in the Railyard, and pick up some fresh cut flowers, strawberries, asparagus, spinach, goat cheeses, eggs, grassfed meats, plant starts, and much, much more.

8 AM – 2 PM

Santa Fe Artists Market

at Railyard Park, across from the the Farmers Market. Paseo de Peralta @ Guadalupe

Over 100 local juried artists from northern New Mexico offer a variety of art forms – photography, painting, sculpture, jewelry, pottery, fiber, mixed media, and more.

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 – 10:30 AM

Yoga Class

at Yoga 1 Studio

Please call Susan first to reserve your place at 505-982-7224

9 AM – 12 PM

Nature Trails&Guided Tours

at Leonora Curtin Wetland Preserve

The Leonora Curtin Wetland Preserve is open May through October on Saturday 9am – 12 noon and Sunday 1pm-4pm. Guided Tours each Saturday at 10am. Donation suggested.

9 AM – 4 PM

The FLEA

at The Santa Fe Downs, I-25/599/Frontage

Biggest and Best Flea Market in Santa Fe. 150+ Vendors of Vintage, New, Arts, Crafts, Farm Products and more. Dogs on leash welcome.

9:30 AM – 11:30 AM

Family Program: Collage Art

at Meet at the Museum Education Annex, 123 Grant Avenue.

Families create a unique work of art by combining and copying images into a final collage. Various materials will be played with to achieve a layered compilation.

9:30 AM – 12:30 PM

Wicked Mask Making with T. Bird

at ART Spot, 1401 Maclovia Street

 

10 AM

Rodeo Parade

at See website for route map.

Bring your family and friends for a good ol’ fashioned Rodeo Parade to kick off Rodeo Week! There will be wonderful floats, lots of give-aways, and prizes for the best entries.

10 AM – 4 PM

Annual Book Sale

at New Mexico Museum of Art, 107 West Palace Avenue, On the Plaza

Buy and Browse through a remarkable collection of books featuring the American Southwest and art books galore. Event is Free. Help support the research library and other educational programs at the New Mexico Museum of Art.

10 AM – 4 PM

Gustave Baumann Home Tour

at Must register at 545 Canyon Road First. 409 Camino De Las Animas

Special Tour by HSFF will feature the complete restoration of Gustave Baumann House by HSFF tickets are available for $10 on indiegogo.com website above. Participants must call (505) 983-256 to schedule a timeslot for tour.

10 AM – 4 PM

Open House Tour of Gustave Baumann

at 409 Camino De las Animas

Last tour offered to see Gustave Baumann’s House. A special 2-day open house of the Gustave Baumann Home by HSFF will feature the completed conservation work on Baumann’s House that has taken place over last 2 years.

10 AM – 5 PM

Santa Fe Studio Tour

at Throughout Santa Fe

 

10 AM – 6 PM

Grand Opening Celebration of Mati Plaza Store

at 133 West San Francisco Street

Mati Jewelers the family-owned New Mexico retail chain specializing in fine jewelry, returns to Santa Fe in its New Location just off the Plaza with Grand Opening Festivities.

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.

10:15 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

Santa Fe Opera Previews

at

Get ready for the season with previews of The Santa Fe Opera’s 2011 line-up. Broadcasts can be heard in northern New Mexico at 95.5 or 102.9 FM, and by live streaming throughout the country at www.classicalkhfm.com.

1 PM – 3 PM

Ask the Master Gardeners

at Vista Grande Public Library, 14 Avenida Torreon

Santa Fe Master Gardeners will be staffing an “Ask a Master Gardener” table at VGPL on two Saturdays, June 4 and 18, from 1 to 3 p.m. Bring your gardening questions for these experts’ advice.

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.

3 PM – 4:30 PM

Pride Concert: Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Fabulousness

at Multiple Venues — See Notes

 

3:30 PM – 5:30 PM

Ancestors and Spirits of the Dead

at Public Library, Main Branch, Community Room

Lecture by Robin van Löben Sels, PhD, Jungian Analyst.

5 PM – 7 PM

SFAI Architectural Tour: Andrea Fisher’s Adobe

at Confirm ticket purchase for details.

Andrea Fisher’s thoroughly captivating adobe home is believed to have originally been part of the Jacona Pueblo, built around the year 1350.

6:30 PM

Private Opening for Home Lands: How Women Made the West

at The New Mexico History Museum, Palace of the Governors

Originally organized by the Autry National Center in Los Angeles, features additional materials from the History Museum’s collections.

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 PM – 10 PM

Straight Up Jazz Trio

at El Dorado Court Lounge, 309 W. San Fransisco St.

Jazz. Call (505) 988-4455 for details.

7:30 PM

Don Conoscenti

at Santa Fe Performance Exchange, 7 Caliente Road

 

7:30 PM

Tempest featuring Sir Derek Jacobi&Richard Clifford

at The Lensic, 211 W. San Francisco St.

Buy Tickets

7:30 PM – 9 PM

The Unauthorized Afterlife of Eugene O’Neill

at Los Alamos Little Theater, 1670 Nectar Street Los Alamos

 

8 PM

FELONIOUS GROOVE FOUNDATION

at Cowgirl Cafe&BBQ, 319 S. Guadalupe St.

Call 505.982.2565 for details

8 PM – 11 PM

SIERRA

at La Fonda Hotel, La Fiesta Lounge, 100 E. San Francisco St.

Country western. This event is free and open to the public. For more information, please call 505-995-2363.

8:30 PM – 10:30 PM

Juan Siddi Flamenco

at The Lodge at Santa Fe, 750 North St. Francis Drive

Experience the captivating mystery, majesty&beauty of the Juan Siddi Flamenco Theatre Company’s 2011 Summer Season.
Buy Tickets

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, 80s, 9 pm to close.

Sun., June 19, 2011

 
all day

City Tours

at (Click link for detailed listings.)

Call tour company to check seasonal scheduling/availability. These companies are not affiliated and offer separate packages.

Eldorado Hotel&Spa, 309 E. San Francisco St.
La Fonda Santa Fe, 100 W. San Francisco St.

9 AM – 4 PM

The FLEA

at The Santa Fe Downs, I-25/599/Frontage

Biggest and Best Flea Market in Santa Fe. 150+ Vendors of Vintage, New, Arts, Crafts, Farm Products and more. Dogs on leash welcome.

9 AM – 5 PM

Pueblo of Zia Arts and Crafts Fair

at Pueblo of Zia tribal offices, 135 Capitol Square in Zia Pueblo

Providing a perfect reason for a Sunday drive through the beautiful Pajarito and Jemez plateaus, the family-friendly event will showcase distinctive arts and crafts, all painstakingly created by local Zia artists.

9:30 AM – 11:30 AM

Sunday Spiritual Gathering

at Santa Fe Woman’s Club, 1616 Old Pecos Trail

Empowering People to live joy-filled lives! ALL are Welcome. Every Sunday we go deep and we live out-loud, celebrating this life and our Oneness with Spirit.

10 AM – 12 PM

Sunday Painting at the Museum

at New Mexico Museum of Art, 107 West Palace Avenue

Gather your paints, canvas, pencils, papers and friends for your own adventure in plein-aire painting. Entrance to the central garden patio is free. Entrance to the museum galleries is free to NM residents.

10 AM – 4 PM

Artisans Market

at Santa Fe Farmers Market, 1607 Paseo de Peralta

 

10 AM – 4 PM

Gustave Baumann Home Tour

at Must register at 545 Canyon Road First. 409 Camino De Las Animas

Special Tour by HSFF will feature the complete restoration of Gustave Baumann House by HSFF tickets are available for $10 on indiegogo.com website above. Participants must call (505) 983-256 to schedule a timeslot for tour.

10 AM – 4 PM

Open House Tour of Gustave Baumann

at 409 Camino De las Animas

Last tour offered to see Gustave Baumann’s House. A special 2-day open house of the Gustave Baumann Home by HSFF will feature the completed conservation work on Baumann’s House that has taken place over last 2 years.

10 AM – 5 PM

Santa Fe Studio Tour

at Throughout Santa Fe

 

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.

noon

THE BOB DYLAN BRUNCH

at Cowgirl Cafe&BBQ, 319 S. Guadalupe St.

Call 505.982.2565 for details

1 PM – 3 PM

Walking Together as We Celebrate the Summer Solstice

at Milner Plaza, Museum Hill, 706 Camino Lejo

Opening ceremony at 1:00pm. The walk continues until about 2:30 pm, accompanied by Mbira music by Dan Pauli. Free. Contact: 505-670-1106.

2 PM – 4 PM

Opening Reception for “Home Lands: How Women Made the West”

at New Mexico History Museum&Palace Courtyard

Come celebrate the women of the West at the public opening of “Home Lands: How Women Made the West.” The Women’s Board of the Museum of New Mexico Foundation will serve refreshments in the Palace Courtyard.”

3 PM – 4:30 PM

Pride Concert: Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Fabulousness

at Multiple Venues — See Notes

 

4 PM

Tempest featuring Sir Derek Jacobi&Richard Clifford

at The Lensic, 211 W. San Francisco St.

Buy Tickets

4:30 PM

Sean Healen cd release party

at Santa Fe Performance Exchange, 7 Caliente Road

 

7:30 PM

Krishna Das

at Santa Fe Convention Center

American Kirtan master brings the “Samsara by Bus” tour. There will be seating as well as an open floor area. Cushions/mats are welcome. Tickets $35 at the Lensic box office. Ticketssantafe.org or 988-1234.
Buy Tickets

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

8 PM

WELCOME TO BOHEMIA

at Cowgirl Cafe&BBQ, 319 S. Guadalupe St.

Call 505.982.2565 for details

8:30 PM – 10:30 PM

Juan Siddi Flamenco

at The Lodge at Santa Fe, 750 North St. Francis Drive

Experience the captivating mystery, majesty&beauty of the Juan Siddi Flamenco Theatre Company’s 2011 Summer Season.
Buy Tickets

Mon., June 20, 2011

 
all day

City Tours

at (Click link for detailed listings.)

Call tour company to check seasonal scheduling/availability. These companies are not affiliated and offer separate packages.

Eldorado Hotel&Spa, 309 E. San Francisco St.
La Fonda Santa Fe, 100 W. San Francisco St.

all day

Five in One Workshop with Darlene Olivia McElroy

at ART Spot, 1401 Maclovia Street

 

10 AM – 1 PM

Georgia O’Keeffe and the Art of Eating Well

at Santa Fe School of Cooking, Upper level, Plaza Mercado, 116 W. San Francisco Street.

Public Program: Santa Fe School of Cooking
Explore some of Georgia O’Keeffe’s ideas about food and cooking with Santa Fe School of Cooking! Chef Michelle Roetzer will guide you through recipes featured in the book.

10:15 AM

New Mexico History Museum: Downtown Walking Tour

at Gather at the Palace Courtyard’s Blue Gate just south of the History Museum entrance at 113 Lincoln Ave.

April 18 through Oct. 15, Monday-Saturday, beginning at 10:15 a.m. Cost is $10. Children 16 and under are free when accompanied by an adult. Museum guides do not accept tips.

10:30 AM – 12:30 PM

Allan Houser Sculpture Garden Tour

at Located off the historic Turquoise Trail (Hwy 14) off I-40 West, or I-25 North.

Two tours daily, 10:00 AM&1:30 PM. MONDAY – FRIDAY, BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. CLOSED WEEKENDS. 505.471.1528, or e-mail btrujillo@allanhouser.com.

noon – 12:45 PM

Monday Noon Gallery Talks

at New Mexico Museum of Art

Meet Some of NM’s Most Interesting People. Featuring artists and other members of the community. All Gallery Talks are free, with museum admission.

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.

6:30 PM – 7:30 PM

Juan Siddi Flamenco Dance Classes

at Aspen Santa Fe Ballet Studios, 550-B St. Michael’s Drive

Beg./Advanced-Beginner Level, Mondays: 6.30PM – 7.30PM
Fees: $65 – 4 Class Pass, $20 – Drop in per hour

Continuing our Class Schedule for Saturdays:
Saturdays: 2.00PM – 3.00PM Intermediate
3.00PM – 4.00PM Interm./Adv.

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 – 11 PM

WISE GUYS

at La Fonda Hotel, La Fiesta Lounge, 100 E. San Francisco St.

This event is free and open to the public. For more information, please call 505-995-2363.

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

THE NAPKIN PARTY!

at Corazon, 401 S. Guadalupe

9pm, NO COVER, The Napkin Party, Emmer style! Call (505) 983-4559 or see website for details

Tue., June 21, 2011

 
all day

City Tours

at (Click link for detailed listings.)

Call tour company to check seasonal scheduling/availability. These companies are not affiliated and offer separate packages.

Eldorado Hotel&Spa, 309 E. San Francisco St.
La Fonda Santa Fe, 100 W. San Francisco St.

all day

Esperanza Day Fundraiser

at Santa Fe Capitol Grill, 3462 Zafarano St.

Thank you for supporting Esperanza Shelter for Battered Famiies, Inc – Peace Starts At Home

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.

3 PM – 6 PM

Tuesday Southside Farmer’s Market

at San Ysidro Plaza

Come on down twice a week to our community gathering place in the Railyard, or to this Southside market, Tuesdays 3-6pm.The photo below shows fresh eggs brought to market this spring by farmer Rosa Maria Alcantar.

5:30 PM – 7 PM

Introduction to the Red Book

at City of Santa Fe Community Gallery

Jungian analysts, Monika Wikman and Jacqueline West, will introduce the Red Book.

6 PM

Hayes Carll

at In the Railyard Plaza

 

7:30 PM – 11 PM

Argentine Tango Milonga

at El Meson, 213 Washington Ave.

$5 min. purchase. A night of tango dancing.

7:30 PM – 11 PM

WISE GUYS

at La Fonda Hotel, La Fiesta Lounge, 100 E. San Francisco St.

This event is free and open to the public. For more information, please call 505-995-2363.

8 PM

KEVIN PAKULIS

at Cowgirl Cafe&BBQ, 319 S. Guadalupe St.

Call 505.982.2565 for details

8:30 PM

Juan Siddi Flamenco Theatre

at The Lodge

Buy Tickets

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 w’ DJs Dynamite Sol&Joe Ray Sandoval!

Wed., June 22, 2011

 
all day

City Tours

at (Click link for detailed listings.)

Call tour company to check seasonal scheduling/availability. These companies are not affiliated and offer separate packages.

Eldorado Hotel&Spa, 309 E. San Francisco St.
La Fonda Santa Fe, 100 W. San Francisco St.

all day

62nd Rodeo de Santa Fe

at Rodeo Grounds

The Rodeo began in 1949 when Roy Butler, Austin “slim” Green, Gene Petchesky, Paul Ragle, Paul Rutledge and few others had a dream and determination to organize a PRO rodeo in Santa Fe.

10 AM

Santa Fe School of Cooking Classes

at Santa Fe School of Cooking, Upper Level, 116 W. San Francisco St.

The Santa Fe School of Cooking is a recreational cooking school – that means our classes and food events are a lot of fun.

10 AM – 12 PM

Chakra Rhythms Drum Circle Class

at Santa Fe Harmony Center, 27 Two Trails Road

Chakras are energy centers in our body, corresponding to different aspects of our physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual life.

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.

10:15 AM

New Mexico History Museum: Downtown Walking Tour

at Gather at the Palace Courtyard’s Blue Gate just south of the History Museum entrance at 113 Lincoln Ave.

April 18 through Oct. 15, Monday-Saturday, beginning at 10:15 a.m. Cost is $10. Children 16 and under are free when accompanied by an adult. Museum guides do not accept tips.

10:30 AM – 12:30 PM

Allan Houser Sculpture Garden Tour

at Located off the historic Turquoise Trail (Hwy 14) off I-40 West, or I-25 North.

Two tours daily, 10:00 AM&1:30 PM. MONDAY – FRIDAY, BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. CLOSED WEEKENDS. 505.471.1528, or e-mail btrujillo@allanhouser.com.

12:15 PM

Artist of the Week Docent Talks: Photographer Ansel Adams

at The New Mexico Museum of Art, Lincoln and Palace Avenue.

A series of free gallery talks by docents of the New Mexico Museum of Art, featuring artists on display in the museum. This week, Photographer Ansel Adams (from the exhibition Earth Now).

5:30 PM – 7:30 PM

Mining the Unconscious’Poetry Workshop Reading

at Public Library, Main Branch, Community Room

Joan Logghe, Santa Fe Poet Laureate
Jane Lipman, 2009&2010 NM Book Award finalist in poetry
Reading of poems created in Mining the Unconscious’ Poetry Workshop on June 18th.

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

Rodeo de Santa Fe

at Santa Fe Rodeo Grounds

Buy Tickets

7 PM

Claudia Alveraz Slide Lecture

at Santa Fe Clay, 545 Camino de la Familia

Painter and sculptor Claudia Alvarez focuses much of her work on investigating themes of childhood. She will present a slide lecture and answer questions concerning her body of work. This event is free and open to the public.

7 PM

Sundancing with the Muse

at Screen Theater (SF University of Art&Design)

Heyoka will be screening his film in conjunction with his jewelry and sculpture show at Tresa Vorenberg Goldsmiths on June 24

7:30 PM – 11 PM

Bill Hearne Trio

at La Fonda Hotel, La Fiesta Lounge, 100 E. San Francisco St.

This event is free and open to the public. For more information, please call 505-995-2363.

8 PM

THE BOOTLEG PROPHETS

at Cowgirl Cafe&BBQ, 319 S. Guadalupe St.

Call 505.982.2565 for details

8:30 PM

Juan Siddi Flamenco Theatre

at The Lodge

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. Top 40, 9 pm to close.

9 PM

DJ SOFRITO at CAFE MAMBO

at El Farol, 808 Canyon Rd.

Salsa, bachata, merengue and more. Free. Courtesy of ArtCatz.

9 PM

RAVEN HEART

at Corazon, 401 S. Guadalupe

9pm, $3 Coraz�n&Electrovibe Events Present RAVEN HEART, a bimonthly Goth/Industrial/EBM/Darkwave/Punk jam!

Thu., June 23, 2011

 
all day

City Tours

at (Click link for detailed listings.)

Call tour company to check seasonal scheduling/availability. These companies are not affiliated and offer separate packages.

Eldorado Hotel&Spa, 309 E. San Francisco St.
La Fonda Santa Fe, 100 W. San Francisco St.

all day

Georgia O’Keeffe Home and Studio Tour in Abiquiu

at Abiquiu

 

10 AM

Santa Fe School of Cooking Classes

at Santa Fe School of Cooking, Upper Level, 116 W. San Francisco St.

The Santa Fe School of Cooking is a recreational cooking school – that means our classes and food events are a lot of fun.

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.

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

Dancing Dolphin: Alchemy for Your Personal Evolution

at 27 W. Agua Fria Rd.

An energy healing playshop with Dancing Dolphin Essences and Mists.

6:30 PM

Rodeo de Santa Fe

at Santa Fe Rodeo Grounds

Buy Tickets

7 PM – 8 PM

About the Birds and the Bees, Minus the Birds

at Cerrillos Hills State Park

In celebration of National Pollinator Week, guest speaker Alan Berger will present an entertaining program about bees, one of the most important and fascinating pollinators. Local honey will be served as refreshment.

7 PM – 9 PM

Brian Bennett

at El Dorado Court Lounge, 309 W. San Fransisco St.

Piano take on The Beatles. Call (505) 988-4455 for details.

7 PM – 9 PM

Masters of Jazz Clarinet

at El Meson, 213 Washington Street

An up-swing concert starring Arlen Asher, clarinet with Bert Dalton, piano and Michael Glynn, bass, Cal Haines, drums. Performing the music of Benny Goodman, Woody Herman and Artie Shaw.

7:30 PM – 11 PM

Bill Hearne Trio

at La Fonda Hotel, La Fiesta Lounge, 100 E. San Francisco St.

This event is free and open to the public. For more information, please call 505-995-2363.

8 PM

GRADY CHAMPION

at Cowgirl Cafe&BBQ, 319 S. Guadalupe St.

With special Happy Hour opening set from Grace Askew&Davis Coen. Call 505.982.2565 for details.

8:30 PM – 10:30 PM

Juan Siddi Flamenco

at The Lodge at Santa Fe, 750 North St. Francis Drive

Experience the captivating mystery, majesty&beauty of the Juan Siddi Flamenco Theatre Company’s 2011 Summer Season.
Buy Tickets

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

¡Latin Thursdays! with Nosostros

at Corazon, 401 S. Guadalupe

9pm $5 Coraz�n presents ¡Latin Thursdays! with FREE Dance instruction from 8:45~9:45. Then it’s Salsa~Rock~Jazz~Flamenco merchants NOSOTROS
!.

9 PM

DJ Quico

at BUFFALO THUNDER RESORT&CASINO, Blue Tower Lounge

DJ Quico first spiced up the Albuquerque music scene in 1997 every Friday night on KUNM’s Salsa Sabrosa show. He soon moved on to throwing weekly parties at various local nightclubs.

Fri., June 24, 2011

 
all day

City Tours

at (Click link for detailed listings.)

Call tour company to check seasonal scheduling/availability. These companies are not affiliated and offer separate packages.

Eldorado Hotel&Spa, 309 E. San Francisco St.
La Fonda Santa Fe, 100 W. San Francisco St.

all day

Georgia O’Keeffe Home and Studio Tour in Abiquiu

at Abiquiu

 

all day

Mining the Unconscious: The Creative Path to Self-Knowledge

at Various locations in Santa Fe

A multi-media event of exhibitions, symposia and workshops encompassing a full spectrum of visual, written and performance arts. Through August 28.

10 AM

Santa Fe School of Cooking Classes

at Santa Fe School of Cooking, Upper Level, 116 W. San Francisco St.

The Santa Fe School of Cooking is a recreational cooking school – that means our classes and food events are a lot of fun.

10:15 AM

New Mexico History Museum: Downtown Walking Tour

at Gather at the Palace Courtyard’s Blue Gate just south of the History Museum entrance at 113 Lincoln Ave.

April 18 through Oct. 15, Monday-Saturday, beginning at 10:15 a.m. Cost is $10. Children 16 and under are free when accompanied by an adult. Museum guides do not accept tips.

10:30 AM – 4:30 PM

Off-Loom Fiber Techniques and Their Creative Possibilities with Ferne Jacobs

at Española Valley Fiber Arts Center 325 Paseo de Oñate, Española

This hands-on workshop explores creative techniques of coiling, twining, and beginning knotting to create multi-dimensional shapes with practical guidance&encouragement of individual expression.

noon – 7 PM

Reception for Heyoka Merrifield

at Tresa Vorenberg Goldsmiths, 656 Canyon Rd.

See jewelry artist and sculptor Heyoka Merrifield’s work

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).

5 PM – 7 PM

4th Friday Canyon Road Art Walk

at Canyon Road

 

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 “In Personam”

at Arroyo Gallery, 200 Canyon Rd.

A Figurative Works Show: significant works by regional artists, concentrating a focus on the figure. Through July 13. Call for details 505.988.1002.

5 PM – 7 PM

Opening Reception for “Ut Pictura Poesis” by Francisco Benítez

at Nüart Gallery, 670 Canyon Road

Known for his conceptual old master oils, Benítez discovered the ancient method of working figuratively with encaustic, exemplified by the well-known Fayum portraits of ancient Egypt.

5 PM – 7 PM

Opening Reception for Ben Steele

at Giacobbe Fritz Fine Art, 702 Canyon Road

Ben Steele is drawn to pop art&artists as well as classical artists and their art. His paintings are about how we see icons and everyday objects.

5 PM – 7 PM

Opening Reception for Colette Hosmer + Holly Roberts

at Zane Bennett, 435 South Guadalupe Street, Railyard Arts District

Sculpture and photocollage. Through July 22.

5 PM – 7 PM

Opening Reception for Connections: Jeri Ledbetter&Trina Badarak

at Darnell Fine Art, 640 Canyon Rd.

While Ledbetter uses a sense of kinetic movement from a light and heavy hand
in oil paint and graphite Badarak uses detailed repetition of ancient mappings
and distorted information with antique paper and acrylic.

5 PM – 7 PM

Opening Reception for David Jonason: BEAUTIFUL DIRT

at Meyer East Gallery, 225 Canyon Road

 

5 PM – 7 PM

Opening Reception for Douglas Fryer—New Works

at Meyer Gallery, 225 Canyon Road

Call for details 505-983-1434

5 PM – 7 PM

Opening Reception for FLOOD: Nicolas Gadbois

at GVG Contemporary, 202 Canyon Road

The paintings are based on real phenomena like actual city and village sites. Gadbois has created a unique visual language that combines architectural purpose with natural forms of alluvial flow.

5 PM – 7 PM

Opening Reception for John Sonsini: Los Vaqueros

at James Kelly Contemporary, 1601 Paseo de Peralta

For Los Vaqueros, Sonsini continues his practice of painting Hispanic men he meets in and around midtown Los Angeles.

5 PM – 7 PM

Opening Reception for Kain Lawon Textiles

at William Siegal Gallery, 540 S Guadalupe Street in the Railyard Arts District

These are rare, finely woven large mounted silk scarves from Palambang, Sumatra

5 PM – 7 PM

Opening Reception for KEVIN TOLMAN: Recent Works

at Karan Ruhlen Gallery, 225 Canyon Road

For his twelfth solo show at Karan Ruhlen Gallery, Tolman has created approximately twenty-five paintings that range in size from 12 inches to 8 feet.Through July 7. Call 505.820.0807 for details.

5 PM – 7 PM

Opening Reception for Paula Castillo: Tethered

at William Siegal Gallery, 540 S Guadalupe Street in the Railyard Arts District

In Tethered Castillo uses drawings and sculpture to puzzle together quiet yet hyper organized webs and masks/ obstacles and traps. Through July 26.

5 PM – 7 PM

Opening Reception for Ralph Prata: Neo-Primitive

at Patina Gallery, 131 West Palace Avenue

An exhibition of new works from returning artist, Ralph Prata. The fluid lines of his carved aggregate sculptures blend Brancusi with the primitive sculptures of Mesoamerica.

5 PM – 7 PM

Opening Reception for Rick Stevens:“Potentiality”New Paintings

at Hunter Kirkland Contemporary, 200-B Canyon Road

Abstract Expressionist Oil on Linen&Pastel on Paper. Call gallery for details 505.984.2111. Through July 10.

5 PM – 7 PM

Opening Reception for Ro Calhoun&Jovan Sherman

at Vivo, 725 Canyon Road

Art: An Affair of the Mind, mixed media assemblages, Ro Calhoun&Whispered Secrets, Mixed Media Paintings, Jovan Sherman

5 PM – 7 PM

Opening Reception for Taos Moderns

at AARON PAYNE FINE ART, 213 EAST MARCY ST.

The Taos Moderns were a diverse group of artists working between the mid 1940’s and the 1970’s in and around Taos, New Mexico.

5 PM – 8 PM

Free Friday Evenings at Four Museums

at Four museums around Santa Fe

Museum of International Folk Art, Museum of Indian Arts&Culture on Museum Hill, New Mexico History Museum and the New Mexico Museum of Art stay open late on Fridays with free admission, 5-8 pm

5 PM – 8 PM

Opening Reception for The Road Less Traveled: Martha Kennedy

at Pippin Meikle Fine Art, 236 Delgado Street

Martha Kennedy’s new work shows more of her mouth-watering color compositions to excite her collectors. Meet Martha and talk with her about her beautiful paintings and her inspiration behind each one. Through July 5.

6 PM

Rhythm Tonic

at Sol Stage&Grill, Santa Fe Brewing Company, 27 Fire Place

Rhythm Tonic featuring Jaka Polyphony Marimba Agalu * Smokin’ Bachi Taiko. $10.

6 PM – 7:30 PM

FLAMENCO&PHOTOGRAPHY FRIDAY

at Teresa Neptune Studio/Gallery, 728 Canyon Road

Teresa Neptune Gallery presents Free Flamenco Dance Demonstrations by Julia Chacon and her students, with live guitar by Ives Lucero, in the gallery. Call for details 505.982.0016.

6 PM – 7:30 PM

Sevillanas Jam; Flamenco&Photography Fridays

at Teresa Neptune Studio/Gallery, 728 Canyon Road

Watch or participate in the Spanish dance, Sevillanas, with internationally touring performer Julia Chacon and her friends and students, “Las Chispas Flamencas.”

6:30 PM

Rodeo de Santa Fe

at Santa Fe Rodeo Grounds

Buy Tickets

7 PM

“Tangled”: June Family Night

at Vista Grande Public Library, 14 Avenida Torreon

 

7 PM

CHAINBREAKER Spring into Action Victory Party

at Corazon, 401 S. Guadalupe

 

7 PM

Magic Fridays Tricks

at Ore House at Milagro, 139 W. San Francisco St.

By Rick Babbet Magicianette.No cover

7 PM

Giant (film)

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 – 10 PM

Savor

at El Dorado Court Lounge, 309 W. San Fransisco St.

Cuban. Call (505) 988-4455 for details.

7:30 PM

Soul Kitchen

at Santa Fe Performance Exchange, 7 Caliente Road

 

7:30 PM – 9:30 PM

Santa Fe New Music 10th Anniversary Concert

at Unitarian Universalist Church, 107 W. Barcelona Rd @ Galisteo St.

Join us for a special concert with celebration and surprises as SFNM commemorates 10 years of bringing the music of our time to New Mexico.

8 PM

JULIE NUEMARK&THE HIGHLIFES

at Cowgirl Cafe&BBQ, 319 S. Guadalupe St.

Call 505.982.2565 for details

8 PM – 11 PM

HOO DOOS

at La Fonda Hotel, La Fiesta Lounge, 100 E. San Francisco St.

Blues. This event is free and open to the public. For more information, please call 505-995-2363.

8:30 PM – 10:30 PM

Juan Siddi Flamenco

at The Lodge at Santa Fe, 750 North St. Francis Drive

Experience the captivating mystery, majesty&beauty of the Juan Siddi Flamenco Theatre Company’s 2011 Summer Season.
Buy Tickets

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, 80s, 9 pm to close.

9 PM

DJ Sofrito: Salsa at The Lodge

at The Lodge, 750 N. St. Francis Drive

Reggaeton, salsa bachata, and more. No cover.

Sat., June 25, 2011

 
all day

City Tours

at (Click link for detailed listings.)

Call tour company to check seasonal scheduling/availability. These companies are not affiliated and offer separate packages.

Eldorado Hotel&Spa, 309 E. San Francisco St.
La Fonda Santa Fe, 100 W. San Francisco St.

all day

Mining the Unconscious: The Creative Path to Self-Knowledge

at Various locations in Santa Fe

A multi-media event of exhibitions, symposia and workshops encompassing a full spectrum of visual, written and performance arts. Through August 28.

all day

Santa Fe Pride Day

at Railyard Park

See website for details

7 AM – 12 PM

Saturday Farmer’s Market: Railyard

at In the Railyard

Come on down twice a week to our community gathering place in the Railyard, and pick up some fresh cut flowers, strawberries, asparagus, spinach, goat cheeses, eggs, grassfed meats, plant starts, and much, much more.

8 AM – 2 PM

Santa Fe Artists Market

at Railyard Park, across from the the Farmers Market. Paseo de Peralta @ Guadalupe

Over 100 local juried artists from northern New Mexico offer a variety of art forms – photography, painting, sculpture, jewelry, pottery, fiber, mixed media, and more.

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 – 10:30 AM

Yoga Class

at Yoga 1 Studio

Please call Susan first to reserve your place at 505-982-7224

9 AM – 12 PM

Nature Trails&Guided Tours

at Leonora Curtin Wetland Preserve

The Leonora Curtin Wetland Preserve is open May through October on Saturday 9am – 12 noon and Sunday 1pm-4pm. Guided Tours each Saturday at 10am. Donation suggested.

9 AM – 4 PM

The FLEA

at The Santa Fe Downs, I-25/599/Frontage

Biggest and Best Flea Market in Santa Fe. 150+ Vendors of Vintage, New, Arts, Crafts, Farm Products and more. Dogs on leash welcome.

9:30 AM – 12:30 PM

Wicked Mask Making with T. Bird

at ART Spot, 1401 Maclovia Street

 

9:30 AM – 4:30 PM

Grids and the Psychologically Significant Photo

at O’Keeffe Museum Education Annex, 123 Grant Avenue.

Create a series of images in response to a psychologically significant photo. A variety of media will be offered for this investigation of how memory and imagination alter perception and imagery.

10 AM – 4 PM

The Santa Fe Fiber Arts Festival

at Los Golondrias, 334 Los Pinos Rd.

 

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.

10:30 AM – 4:30 PM

Off-Loom Fiber Techniques and Their Creative Possibilities with Ferne Jacobs

at Española Valley Fiber Arts Center 325 Paseo de Oñate, Española

This hands-on workshop explores creative techniques of coiling, twining, and beginning knotting to create multi-dimensional shapes with practical guidance&encouragement of individual expression.

11 AM

Santa Fe Opera Previews

at

Get ready for the season with previews of The Santa Fe Opera’s 2011 line-up. Broadcasts can be heard in northern New Mexico at 95.5 or 102.9 FM, and by live streaming throughout the country at www.classicalkhfm.com.

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.

5 PM – 9 PM

Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner

at Various private homes in Santa Fe and the New Mexico History Museum

The Dinner: Enjoy a sparkling evening at the home one of the Community Foundation’s gracious supporters. Be our guests – and theirs – at several of Santa Fe’s most creative and delightful residences.

6:30 PM

Rodeo de Santa Fe

at Santa Fe Rodeo Grounds

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

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

The Searchers (film)

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 – 10 PM

Dave Anderson

at El Dorado Court Lounge, 309 W. San Fransisco St.

Jazz. Call (505) 988-4455 for details.

7:30 PM

Mark’s Midnight Carnival

at Santa Fe Performance Exchange, 7 Caliente Road

 

8:30 PM

Juan Siddi Flamenco Theatre

at The Lodge

Buy Tickets

Sun., June 26, 2011

 
8:30 PM

Juan Siddi Flamenco Theatre

at The Lodge

Buy Tickets

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10-day Cultural Events Calendar for Santa Fe -June 10 – 19, 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, June 10, 2011 thru Monday, June 20, 2011

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

Fri., June 10, 2011

 
all day

City Tours

at (Click link for detailed listings.)

Call tour company to check seasonal scheduling/availability. These companies are not affiliated and offer separate packages.

Eldorado Hotel&Spa, 309 E. San Francisco St.
La Fonda Santa Fe, 100 W. San Francisco St.

all day

Georgia O’Keeffe Home and Studio Tour in Abiquiu

at Abiquiu

 

9 AM – 5 PM

Interior Designer 2-Day Summer Sample Sale

at Samuel Design Group Studio, 703 Camino de la Familia, Loft 3101

Designer furnishings at super low prices…..lamps, tables, sectional, chairs, rugs, pillows and home accessories. Call for details (505) 820-0239.

10 AM

Santa Fe School of Cooking Classes

at Santa Fe School of Cooking, Upper Level, 116 W. San Francisco St.

The Santa Fe School of Cooking is a recreational cooking school – that means our classes and food events are a lot of fun.

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 – 12:15 PM

BREAD and CHOCOLATE: An Artisanal Epicurean Delight NEW!!

at State Capitol Building

 

10:15 AM

New Mexico History Museum: Downtown Walking Tour

at Gather at the Palace Courtyard’s Blue Gate just south of the History Museum entrance at 113 Lincoln Ave.

April 18 through Oct. 15, Monday-Saturday, beginning at 10:15 a.m. Cost is $10. Children 16 and under are free when accompanied by an adult. Museum guides do not accept tips.

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 – 7:30 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 Michael Ethridge&Paul Cunningham: Coalescence

at Waxlander Gallery, 622 Canyon Road

Through June 20

5 PM – 7 PM

Opening Reception for Assemblage: Agustin Pozo

at 222 Shelby Street

Through July 9

5 PM – 7 PM

Opening Reception for DECORUM

at 545 Camino de la Familia

Nicholas Bivins, Tara Dawley and Mike Jabbur will display their functional work in this summer exhibition.

5 PM – 7 PM

Opening Reception for Kent Lovelace–The Dordogne Paintings

at Meyer East Gallery, 225 Canyon Road

Traveling extensively, Kent paints almost everywhere he visits. His recent travels have him painting in the Dordogne region of France. Phone (505) 983-1657. Through June 24.

5 PM – 7 PM

Opening Reception for Robert Natkin: The Architecture of Atmospheres

at LewAllen Galleries at the Railyard, 1613 Paseo de Peralta

This large-scale survey of paintings and drawings traces the artistic evolution of Robert Natkin (1930-2010)—a salient figure in the history of Post-War American painting.

5 PM – 7 PM

Opening Reception for Seth Anderson: Mapping

at Chiaroscuro’s Main Space, 702 ½ Canyon Road on Gypsy Alley

The foundation for this new body of work builds upon Anderson’s many years of abstract line painting.

5 PM – 7 PM

Opening Reception for Ted Polomis and Rich Bowman

at Meyer Gallery, 225 Canyon Road

Call for details 505-983-1434

5 PM – 8 PM

Free Friday Evenings at Four Museums

at Four museums around Santa Fe

Museum of International Folk Art, Museum of Indian Arts&Culture on Museum Hill, New Mexico History Museum and the New Mexico Museum of Art stay open late on Fridays with free admission, 5-8 pm

5 PM – 8 PM

Opening Reception for Anatoly Kostovsky: Siberia

at Russian Art Gallery, 225 Galisteo Street

Anatoly Kostovsky has dedicated himself to a style that reveals the
beauty of Siberian nature, towns, its people and their everyday lives.

5 PM – 10 PM

Opening Reception for Currents 2011

at El Museo Cultural, 555 Camino De La Familia

FREE. Following reception, open 6-9pm nightly through June 19.

5:30 PM – 7:30 PM

Opening Reception for Pablo Picasso: Selections from La Suite Vollard

at LewAllen Galleries at the Railyard, 1613 Paseo de Peralta

 

6 PM

Hip-Hop BBQ

at Santa Fe Brewing Co. Patio, 47 Fire Place

Chali 2na and Gift of Gab. $1 hot dogs. Two of the best MC’s in the world come together for a summer kick off party like Santa Fe has never seen! Tickets $20, $15 for Students at the Lensic Box office.

6 PM

Oscar Hijuelos: Thoughts Without Cigarettes

at Collected Works Bookstore, 202 Galisteo Street

The beloved Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist, Oscar Hijuelos, turns his pen to the real people and places that have influenced his life and, in turn, his literature.

6 PM

Postcommodity Performance–an ArtSee Event!

at Tipton Hall, SFAI

The Santa Fe Art Institute is pleased to present Postcommodity, an Indigineous Arts Collective comprised of Raven Chacon, Crist�bal Martínez, Kade L. Twist, and Nathan Young.

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.

6:30 PM – 8 PM

“Earth Now” Friday Film Series: In the Light of Reference: Hopi Land and A Voice in the Desert

at St. Francis Auditorium, Inside the New Mexico Museum of Art on the Plaza in Santa Fe

Part One of a Free 3-Part Film Series.
Friday, May 13 — American Experience: Ansel Adams. Friday, June 10 — In the Light of Reference: Hopi Land and A Voice in the Desert. Friday, July 8 — Be The Change. Free.

7 PM

Magic Fridays Tricks

at Ore House at Milagro, 139 W. San Francisco St.

By Rick Babbet Magicianette.No cover

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 – 10 PM

Bert Dalton

at El Dorado Court Lounge, 309 W. San Fransisco St.

Jazz. On 6/17 with Milo Jaramillo and Patty Stevens. Call (505) 988-4455 for details.

7:30 PM

12th Annual Thirsty Ear Festival Opening Night

at Corazon, 401 S. Guadalupe

Buy Tickets

7:30 PM – 10:30 PM

The Three Faces of Jazz

at El Meson, 213 Washington Street

Classic Swinging Jazz Piano Trio with Special Guest Virtuosos. No cover.

8 PM

BOBBY MARQUEZ

at Cowgirl Cafe&BBQ, 319 S. Guadalupe St.

Call 505.982.2565 for details

8 PM

Busy McCarroll&the Ambassadors of Pleasure

at Santa Fe Performance Exchange, 7 Caliente Road

 

8 PM – 11 PM

SOULMAN SAM

at La Fonda Hotel, La Fiesta Lounge, 100 E. San Francisco St.

R&B. This event is free and open to the public. For more information, please call 505-995-2363.

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, 80s, 9 pm to close.

9 PM

DJ Sofrito: Salsa at The Lodge

at The Lodge, 750 N. St. Francis Drive

Reggaeton, salsa bachata, and more. No cover.

Sat., June 11, 2011

 
all day

City Tours

at (Click link for detailed listings.)

Call tour company to check seasonal scheduling/availability. These companies are not affiliated and offer separate packages.

Eldorado Hotel&Spa, 309 E. San Francisco St.
La Fonda Santa Fe, 100 W. San Francisco St.

all day

IMA Glass Studio Moving Sale

at Baca Street

BEGINNING SAT. MAY 21 EVERYTHING IS ON SALE FOR 30% OFF AT THE SHOP.

all day

Thematic Evolution/ Revolution with Diane Rolnick

at ART Spot, 1401 Maclovia Street

Using any combination of a variety of media, each student will develop a focused body of work.

7 AM – 12 PM

Saturday Farmer’s Market: Railyard

at In the Railyard

Come on down twice a week to our community gathering place in the Railyard, and pick up some fresh cut flowers, strawberries, asparagus, spinach, goat cheeses, eggs, grassfed meats, plant starts, and much, much more.

8 AM – 2 PM

Santa Fe Artists Market

at Railyard Park, across from the the Farmers Market. Paseo de Peralta @ Guadalupe

Over 100 local juried artists from northern New Mexico offer a variety of art forms – photography, painting, sculpture, jewelry, pottery, fiber, mixed media, and more.

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 – 12 PM

Cycling Madness

at Los Ranchos Growers Market, Hartnett Park, 6718 Rio Grande Blvd NW, south of the Los Ranchos Village Hall.

 

9 AM – 12 PM

Nature Trails&Guided Tours

at Leonora Curtin Wetland Preserve

The Leonora Curtin Wetland Preserve is open May through October on Saturday 9am – 12 noon and Sunday 1pm-4pm. Guided Tours each Saturday at 10am. Donation suggested.

9 AM – 4 PM

The FLEA

at The Santa Fe Downs, I-25/599/Frontage

Biggest and Best Flea Market in Santa Fe. 150+ Vendors of Vintage, New, Arts, Crafts, Farm Products and more. Dogs on leash welcome.

9 AM – 5 PM

Interior Designer 2-Day Summer Sample Sale

at Samuel Design Group Studio, 703 Camino de la Familia, Loft 3101

Designer furnishings at super low prices…..lamps, tables, sectional, chairs, rugs, pillows and home accessories. Call for details (505) 820-0239.

10 AM

“Hiking Santa Fe”

at VG Library, 14 Avenida Torreon

Dianne Eschman, a member of Santa Fe’s Search and Rescue Team, will discuss where to hike, what to put in your pack and how to stay safe on Santa Fe area trails in all seasons.

10 AM – 3 PM

Recycled Denim Workshop

at Bacon-Richards Design Studio, 227 Don Gaspar #28

Re-purpose a pair of jeans into a skirt or purse. Bring a pair of old jeans or shorts to recycle, we will provide the rest of the supplies.

10 AM – 4:30 PM

Drafting: The Technical Language of Weaving

at Española Valley Fiber Arts Center, 325 Paseo de Oñate, Española

An intensive workshop with Ted Hallman beginning with the ultra basics then moving immediately into simple and intermediate twills, which will unlock the mysteries of pattern weaving—overshot, crackle, etc.

10 AM – 5 PM

VGPL Spring Book Sale

at La Tienda, across from “4 Sisters” consignment shop.

Get ready to save a bundle on Summer reading, viewing and listening at the Vista Grande Public Library’s annual Spring Book Sale. Quality books, CDs and DVDs, all available at rock-bottom prices.

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.

10:15 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

Santa Fe Opera Previews

at

Get ready for the season with previews of The Santa Fe Opera’s 2011 line-up. Broadcasts can be heard in northern New Mexico at 95.5 or 102.9 FM, and by live streaming throughout the country at www.classicalkhfm.com.

11 AM – 1 PM

“Straight Up” Java&Jazz

at Golden Dawn Gallery, 201 Galisteo St.

Come on and stop by Saturday mornings and start your weekend on the upbeat! Jazz and coffee. Call 505-988-2024 for details.

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.

4 PM

Wine for a Cause

at St. Francis Hotel

KBAC Radio Free Santa Fe and Santafe.com will present this annual food and wine culture event will benefit the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN). Begins at St. Francis Hotel on Saturday, June 11 at 4:00 p.m.

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 PM – 10 PM

Alpha Cats

at El Dorado Court Lounge, 309 W. San Fransisco St.

Jazz. Call (505) 988-4455 for details.

7:30 PM

Shawn Colvin

at Lensic Performing Arts Center

Buy Tickets

7:30 PM – 10:30 PM

Andy Kingston Trio

at El Meson, 213 Washington Street

Pianist and Professor Andy Kingston and his Trio.No cover

8 PM

CHANGO

at Cowgirl Cafe&BBQ, 319 S. Guadalupe St.

Call 505.982.2565 for details

8 PM – 11 PM

SOULMAN SAM

at La Fonda Hotel, La Fiesta Lounge, 100 E. San Francisco St.

R&B. This event is free and open to the public. For more information, please call 505-995-2363.

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, 80s, 9 pm to close.

9 PM

MAYNARD DEL MAR

at Corazon, 401 S. Guadalupe

Southwest Roots Music&T-Cubed present the Thirsty Ear Calexico Afterparty w’ MAYNARD DEL MAR, Special Guests and A Dancing Bear!
9pm, $5, FREE w’ Calexico Ticket Stub!

9 PM

Thirsty Ear Festival: Calexico

at The Santa Fe Brewing Co.

For tickets and festival details, see website

9:30 PM – midnight

BALLROOM BLITZ

at Milagro 139, 139 San Francisco St.

Makes their stack-heeled and feather-boa’d debut at Milagro.

Sun., June 12, 2011

 
all day

City Tours

at (Click link for detailed listings.)

Call tour company to check seasonal scheduling/availability. These companies are not affiliated and offer separate packages.

Eldorado Hotel&Spa, 309 E. San Francisco St.
La Fonda Santa Fe, 100 W. San Francisco St.

all day

SANTA FE BOTANICAL GARDEN TOURS

at Various, check website for details.

Now in its 16th year the Garden Tours will take place on two early June Sunday afternoons with four different gardens on each day.

9 AM – 4 PM

The FLEA

at The Santa Fe Downs, I-25/599/Frontage

Biggest and Best Flea Market in Santa Fe. 150+ Vendors of Vintage, New, Arts, Crafts, Farm Products and more. Dogs on leash welcome.

10 AM – 12 PM

Sunday Painting at the Museum

at New Mexico Museum of Art, 107 West Palace Avenue

Gather your paints, canvas, pencils, papers and friends for your own adventure in plein-aire painting. Entrance to the central garden patio is free. Entrance to the museum galleries is free to NM residents.

10 AM – 1 PM

Family Fun Day: Make Your Own Photograph Using the Magic of the Sun

at New Mexico Museum of Art

Enjoy an art-making project using solar rays to create your own unique photo image.

10 AM – 4 PM

Artisans Market

at Santa Fe Farmers Market, 1607 Paseo de Peralta

 

10 AM – 4:30 PM

Drafting: The Technical Language of Weaving

at Española Valley Fiber Arts Center, 325 Paseo de Oñate, Española

An intensive workshop with Ted Hallman beginning with the ultra basics then moving immediately into simple and intermediate twills, which will unlock the mysteries of pattern weaving—overshot, crackle, etc.

10 AM – 5 PM

VGPL Spring Book Sale

at La Tienda, across from “4 Sisters” consignment shop.

Get ready to save a bundle on Summer reading, viewing and listening at the Vista Grande Public Library’s annual Spring Book Sale. Quality books, CDs and DVDs, all available at rock-bottom prices.

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.

noon

THE BOB DYLAN BRUNCH

at Cowgirl Cafe&BBQ, 319 S. Guadalupe St.

Call 505.982.2565 for details

1 PM

Santa Fe Botanical Garden Tour 2

at Lensic Performing Arts Center

Buy Tickets

1 PM – 4 PM

Garden Tours

at Various; Santa Fe Area

See botanical garden website for details

2 PM – 4 PM

The Journey of the African American North

at New Mexico History Museum

Symposium on “The Journey of the African American North,” including stories from Santa Fe and Española. Free with admission. Part of New Mexico’s African American Legacy: Visible, Vital, Valuable exhibition.

4 PM

Thirsty Ear Festival: Le Chat Lunatique * Joe West * Felix y Los Gatos * Country Blues Revue * Akeem Ayanniyi

at Sol Stage&Grill, Santa Fe Brewing Company, 27 Fire Place

Thirsty Ear Festival continues. Doors at 4pm.

7:30 PM

Greg Abbate

at Santa Fe Performance Exchange, 7 Caliente Road

 

8 PM

HYMN FOR HER

at Cowgirl Cafe&BBQ, 319 S. Guadalupe St.

Call 505.982.2565 for details

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., June 13, 2011

 
all day

City Tours

at (Click link for detailed listings.)

Call tour company to check seasonal scheduling/availability. These companies are not affiliated and offer separate packages.

Eldorado Hotel&Spa, 309 E. San Francisco St.
La Fonda Santa Fe, 100 W. San Francisco St.

10:15 AM

New Mexico History Museum: Downtown Walking Tour

at Gather at the Palace Courtyard’s Blue Gate just south of the History Museum entrance at 113 Lincoln Ave.

April 18 through Oct. 15, Monday-Saturday, beginning at 10:15 a.m. Cost is $10. Children 16 and under are free when accompanied by an adult. Museum guides do not accept tips.

10:30 AM – 12:30 PM

Allan Houser Sculpture Garden Tour

at Located off the historic Turquoise Trail (Hwy 14) off I-40 West, or I-25 North.

Two tours daily, 10:00 AM&1:30 PM. MONDAY – FRIDAY, BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. CLOSED WEEKENDS. 505.471.1528, or e-mail btrujillo@allanhouser.com.

noon – 12:45 PM

Monday Noon Gallery Talks

at New Mexico Museum of Art

Meet Some of NM’s Most Interesting People. Featuring artists and other members of the community. All Gallery Talks are free, with museum admission.

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

Michael Wallis – David Crockett: Lion of the West and The Wild West: 365

at Collected Works Bookstore, 202 Galisteo Street

 

6:30 PM – 7:30 PM

Juan Siddi Flamenco Dance Classes

at Aspen Santa Fe Ballet Studios, 550-B St. Michael’s Drive

Beg./Advanced-Beginner Level, Mondays: 6.30PM – 7.30PM
Fees: $65 – 4 Class Pass, $20 – Drop in per hour

Continuing our Class Schedule for Saturdays:
Saturdays: 2.00PM – 3.00PM Intermediate
3.00PM – 4.00PM Interm./Adv.

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.

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

THE NAPKIN PARTY!

at Corazon, 401 S. Guadalupe

9pm, NO COVER, The Napkin Party, Emmer style! Call (505) 983-4559 or see website for details

Tue., June 14, 2011

 
all day

City Tours

at (Click link for detailed listings.)

Call tour company to check seasonal scheduling/availability. These companies are not affiliated and offer separate packages.

Eldorado Hotel&Spa, 309 E. San Francisco St.
La Fonda Santa Fe, 100 W. San Francisco St.

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.

3 PM – 6 PM

Tuesday Southside Farmer’s Market

at San Ysidro Plaza

Come on down twice a week to our community gathering place in the Railyard, or to this Southside market, Tuesdays 3-6pm.The photo below shows fresh eggs brought to market this spring by farmer Rosa Maria Alcantar.

6 PM

Margaret Randall and V.B. Price

at Collected Works Bookstore, 202 Galisteo Street

Collected Works will present Margaret Randall and V.B. Price, a night of poetry by two of Albuquerque’s finest poets.

6 PM – 8 PM

Art&Leadership Program: Painting a Story with Words

at O’Keeffe Museum Education Annex, 123 Grant Avenue.

The painters whose work appears in our current exhibition use the photographic techniques of cropping and close-up to draw viewers into the details of their subjects.

7:30 PM – 11 PM

Argentine Tango Milonga

at El Meson, 213 Washington Ave.

$5 min. purchase. A night of tango dancing.

7:30 PM – 11 PM

BILL HEARNE

at La Fonda Hotel, La Fiesta Lounge, 100 E. San Francisco St.

This event is free and open to the public. For more information, please call 505-995-2363.

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 w’ DJs Dynamite Sol&Joe Ray Sandoval!

Wed., June 15, 2011

 
all day

City Tours

at (Click link for detailed listings.)

Call tour company to check seasonal scheduling/availability. These companies are not affiliated and offer separate packages.

Eldorado Hotel&Spa, 309 E. San Francisco St.
La Fonda Santa Fe, 100 W. San Francisco St.

all day

The Emotional Power of Light with Paul Murray

at ART Spot, 1401 Maclovia Street

We will explore how light and emotion work, how to get the most from your camera and the value and power of plein aire painting. We will focus on Pastel, Acrylic and Oil. $300 +tax and materials list/pastel, oil or acrylic.

10 AM

Santa Fe School of Cooking Classes

at Santa Fe School of Cooking, Upper Level, 116 W. San Francisco St.

The Santa Fe School of Cooking is a recreational cooking school – that means our classes and food events are a lot of fun.

10 AM – 12 PM

Chakra Rhythms Drum Circle Class

at Santa Fe Harmony Center, 27 Two Trails Road

Chakras are energy centers in our body, corresponding to different aspects of our physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual life.

10 AM – 12 PM

Early Summer Edible and Medicinal Plant Walk

at Meet at Milagro Herbs, 419 Orchard Drive

Master Herbalist, Dr. Tomas Enos will lead a group around the watershed near the Audubon Center. Learn about native and introduced species that you can wildcraft, eat, and use medicinally. Pre-register: 505-820-6321.

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.

10:15 AM

New Mexico History Museum: Downtown Walking Tour

at Gather at the Palace Courtyard’s Blue Gate just south of the History Museum entrance at 113 Lincoln Ave.

April 18 through Oct. 15, Monday-Saturday, beginning at 10:15 a.m. Cost is $10. Children 16 and under are free when accompanied by an adult. Museum guides do not accept tips.

10:30 AM – 12:30 PM

Allan Houser Sculpture Garden Tour

at Located off the historic Turquoise Trail (Hwy 14) off I-40 West, or I-25 North.

Two tours daily, 10:00 AM&1:30 PM. MONDAY – FRIDAY, BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. CLOSED WEEKENDS. 505.471.1528, or e-mail btrujillo@allanhouser.com.

noon – 1 PM

William deBuys: Climate Change and the Southwest

at New Mexico History Museum, John Gaw Meem Room, 105 Washington Ave. (Enter via the museum’s Washington entrance.)

Noted environmental author William deBuys speaks on “A Great Aridness: Climate Change and the Southwest.” This Brainpower&Brownbags lecture is free and open to the public.”

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.

12:15 PM

Artist of the Week Docent Talks: Photographer Brad Temkin

at The New Mexico Museum of Art, Lincoln and Palace Avenue.

A series of free gallery talks by docents of the New Mexico Museum of Art, featuring artists on display in the museum. This week, Photographer Brad Temkin (from the exhibition Earth Now).

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

Maximizing Men’s Health

at Milagro Herbs, 419 Orchard Drive

Join health practitioner, Jose Amormino, as he shares his expertise on how to restore and maintain physical, mental, and emotional health for men living in the modern world.

6 PM – 8 PM

Public Program: New Mexico Lawyers for the Arts

at O’Keeffe Museum Education Annex, 123 Grant Avenue.

In “Protecting Your Rights as a Photographer,” photographer and lawyer Efraín M. Padr� discusses why and how to label work, how to register copyrights, contracts, and more. Reservations: okeeffemuseum.org.

7 PM

Liz Quackenbush Slide Lecture

at Santa Fe Clay, 545 Camino de la Familia

Santa Fe Clay’s Summer Slide Lecture series starts off with Liz Quackenbush. She is an Associate Professor of Art at Pennsylvania State University in State College, PA. This even is FREE and open to the public.

7 PM

Readings&Conversations: John Pilger with David Barsamian

at The Lensic, 211 W. San Francisco St.

John Pilger is a world-renowned investigative journalist, author and documentary filmmaker, who began his career in his homeland, Australia, before moving to London in the 1960s.
Buy Tickets

7:30 PM – 11 PM

BILL HEARNE

at La Fonda Hotel, La Fiesta Lounge, 100 E. San Francisco St.

This event is free and open to the public. For more information, please call 505-995-2363.

8 PM – midnight

Union Pulse

at The Cowgirl Bar and Grill, 319 S. Guadalupe St.

Over the course of a decade Union Pulse has written and released 4 full length albums, toured from coast to coast many times, and sold their souls for rock and roll.

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. Top 40, 9 pm to close.

9 PM

DJ SOFRITO at CAFE MAMBO

at El Farol, 808 Canyon Rd.

Salsa, bachata, merengue and more. Free. Courtesy of ArtCatz.

9 PM

MAYNARD DEL MAR

at Corazon, 401 S. Guadalupe

9pm, $3 Dead Dub Society presents SUB:stitute Teachers, Dub And Bass Music with guest DJ TEDDY NO NAME&residents MUTE SWAUN&THE INFEKTOR!

Thu., June 16, 2011

 
all day

Babette Summer Sale

at Babette, 110 Don Gaspar

Babette will be having her Summer Sale starting June 16th. 505.989.3435.

all day

City Tours

at (Click link for detailed listings.)

Call tour company to check seasonal scheduling/availability. These companies are not affiliated and offer separate packages.

Eldorado Hotel&Spa, 309 E. San Francisco St.
La Fonda Santa Fe, 100 W. San Francisco St.

all day

Georgia O’Keeffe Home and Studio Tour in Abiquiu

at Abiquiu

 

10 AM

Santa Fe School of Cooking Classes

at Santa Fe School of Cooking, Upper Level, 116 W. San Francisco St.

The Santa Fe School of Cooking is a recreational cooking school – that means our classes and food events are a lot of fun.

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.

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 – 8:30 PM

Pendulum Dowsing: A Divine Tool with Takara

at 27 W. Old Agua Fria Rd.

Discover how to effectively use this powerful tool for healing, insight, enhancing intuition, finding lost objects, clearing, personal and planetary transformation, decision making, and much more.

7 PM – 8 PM

Old Coals Bluegrass Concert

at Cerrillos Hills State Park

The elder half of the excellent Family Coal bluegrass band will play an acoustic concert at the park.

7 PM – 9 PM

Victor Alvarez

at El Dorado Court Lounge, 309 W. San Fransisco St.

Latin vocals. Call (505) 988-4455 for details.

7:30 PM – 11 PM

BILL HEARNE

at La Fonda Hotel, La Fiesta Lounge, 100 E. San Francisco St.

This event is free and open to the public. For more information, please call 505-995-2363.

8 PM

THE BUS TAPES

at Cowgirl Cafe&BBQ, 319 S. Guadalupe St.

Call 505.982.2565 for details

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

DJ Quico first spiced up the Albuquerque music scene in 1997 every Friday night on KUNM’s Salsa Sabrosa show. He soon moved on to throwing weekly parties at various local nightclubs.

9 PM

The KNN featuring MONEY B&THE JAMES DOUGLAS SHOW!

at Corazon, 401 S. Guadalupe

Coraz�n presents The KNN featuring MONEY B of The Digital Underground&THE JAMES DOUGLAS SHOW! 9pm, $8 adv, $10 at the door.
Adv. Tix avail. through corazonsantafe.com or by phone at (505) 886-1251.

Fri., June 17, 2011

 
all day

“Getting the Love You Want” for Lesbian Couples

at Lofts at Marquez Place

This 20 hour intensive workshop is based on “Getting the Love You Want” by Harville Hendrix, Ph.D.

all day

City Tours

at (Click link for detailed listings.)

Call tour company to check seasonal scheduling/availability. These companies are not affiliated and offer separate packages.

Eldorado Hotel&Spa, 309 E. San Francisco St.
La Fonda Santa Fe, 100 W. San Francisco St.

all day

Georgia O’Keeffe Home and Studio Tour in Abiquiu

at Abiquiu

 

all day

Mining the Unconscious: The Creative Path to Self-Knowledge

at Various locations in Santa Fe

A multi-media event of exhibitions, symposia and workshops encompassing a full spectrum of visual, written and performance arts. Through August 28.

all day

Opening Reception for “Home Lands: How Women Made the West”

at New Mexico History Museum

From ancient pueblos to modern suburbs, women have shaped the Western landscape through choices about how to sustain home, family, and community.

10 AM

Santa Fe School of Cooking Classes

at Santa Fe School of Cooking, Upper Level, 116 W. San Francisco St.

The Santa Fe School of Cooking is a recreational cooking school – that means our classes and food events are a lot of fun.

10:15 AM

New Mexico History Museum: Downtown Walking Tour

at Gather at the Palace Courtyard’s Blue Gate just south of the History Museum entrance at 113 Lincoln Ave.

April 18 through Oct. 15, Monday-Saturday, beginning at 10:15 a.m. Cost is $10. Children 16 and under are free when accompanied by an adult. Museum guides do not accept tips.

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 PM – 4:30 PM

Pride Concert: Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Fabulousness

at Multiple Venues — See Notes

 

5 PM – 7 PM

Opening for Geoffrey Gorman “Second Nature”

at Jane Sauer Gallery, 652 Canyon Rd.

Geoffrey Gorman is breathing life into what might be considered to be the detritus of our culture.

5 PM – 7 PM

Opening for SUZANNE BOCANEGRA: I WRITE THE SONGS + PAE WHITE: MATERIAL MUTTERS

at SITE Santa Fe, 1606 Paseo de Peralta

Pae White: Material Mutters is an exhibition that surveys White’s works over
the last five years with a focus on her monumental tapestries, which she has
been producing since 2004.

5 PM – 7 PM

Opening Reception for Bart Johnson “The Truth Hurts”

at Eight Modern, 231 Delgado Street

Bart Johnson compares his working habits to Camus’s Sisyphus endlessly rolling his rock up a hill.

5 PM – 7 PM

Opening Reception for Debra Corbett and Gregory Smith

at Ventana Fine Art Gallery, 400 Canyon Road

“Classic Meets Contemporary” is a two- person exhibition of new paintings by Debra Corbett and Gregory Smith. Debra Corbett brings contemporary vibrancy and impeccable design to mixed media paintings.

5 PM – 7 PM

Opening Reception for Mining the Unconscious

at City of Santa Fe Community Gallery, Santa Fe Community Convention Center, 201 West Marcy Street

Tonight is the opening for a juried exhibition of art by 32 New Mexico artists working in all media and referencing Jungian themes explored in C. G.

5 PM – 7 PM

Reception for Elemental Worlds: Christina Chalmers

at Selby Fleetwood Gallery, 600 Canyon Road

Christina Chalmers work is steeped in questions of humanity and divinity; the formless revealed through form. Chalmers uses materials in both an organic and intuitive way in each unique composition. June 3-23.

5 PM – 7 PM

Santa Fe Studio Tour Preview Party

at Santa Fe University of Art and Design, Fine Arts Gallery

This preview will showcase the breadth and depth of the artwork on the tour.

5 PM – 8 PM

Free Friday Evenings at Four Museums

at Four museums around Santa Fe

Museum of International Folk Art, Museum of Indian Arts&Culture on Museum Hill, New Mexico History Museum and the New Mexico Museum of Art stay open late on Fridays with free admission, 5-8 pm

6 PM

Postcommodity Lecture

at Tipton Hall, SFAI

The Santa Fe Art Institute is pleased to present Postcommodity, an Indigineous Arts Collective comprised of Raven Chacon, Crist�bal Martínez, Kade L. Twist, and Nathan Young.

7 PM

Magic Fridays Tricks

at Ore House at Milagro, 139 W. San Francisco St.

By Rick Babbet Magicianette.No cover

7 PM

Yo La Tengo

at Sol Stage&Grill, Santa Fe Brewing Company, 27 Fire Place

Doors at 7pm. See website for 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 – 10 PM

Bert Dalton

at El Dorado Court Lounge, 309 W. San Fransisco St.

Jazz. On 6/17 with Milo Jaramillo and Patty Stevens. Call (505) 988-4455 for details.

8 PM

MISSED THE BOAT

at Cowgirl Cafe&BBQ, 319 S. Guadalupe St.

Call 505.982.2565 for details

8 PM – 11 PM

SIERRA

at La Fonda Hotel, La Fiesta Lounge, 100 E. San Francisco St.

Country western. This event is free and open to the public. For more information, please call 505-995-2363.

8:30 PM – 10:30 PM

Juan Siddi Flamenco

at The Lodge at Santa Fe, 750 North St. Francis Drive

Experience the captivating mystery, majesty&beauty of the Juan Siddi Flamenco Theatre Company’s 2011 Summer Season.
Buy Tickets

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, 80s, 9 pm to close.

9 PM

DJ Sofrito: Salsa at The Lodge

at The Lodge, 750 N. St. Francis Drive

Reggaeton, salsa bachata, and more. No cover.

9 PM

SEVEN SISTERS

at Corazon, 401 S. Guadalupe

 

Sat., June 18, 2011

 
all day

City Tours

at (Click link for detailed listings.)

Call tour company to check seasonal scheduling/availability. These companies are not affiliated and offer separate packages.

Eldorado Hotel&Spa, 309 E. San Francisco St.
La Fonda Santa Fe, 100 W. San Francisco St.

all day

Mining the Unconscious: The Creative Path to Self-Knowledge

at Various locations in Santa Fe

A multi-media event of exhibitions, symposia and workshops encompassing a full spectrum of visual, written and performance arts. Through August 28.

all day

Santa Fe Steeplechase

at La Mesita Ranch 15 miles north of Santa Fe CBD, Transportation from Buffalo Thunder Resort

All Day on Saturday June 18 with 6-8 Steeplechase races. Tickets available at Buffalo Thunder Resort.

7 AM – 12 PM

Saturday Farmer’s Market: Railyard

at In the Railyard

Come on down twice a week to our community gathering place in the Railyard, and pick up some fresh cut flowers, strawberries, asparagus, spinach, goat cheeses, eggs, grassfed meats, plant starts, and much, much more.

8 AM – 2 PM

Santa Fe Artists Market

at Railyard Park, across from the the Farmers Market. Paseo de Peralta @ Guadalupe

Over 100 local juried artists from northern New Mexico offer a variety of art forms – photography, painting, sculpture, jewelry, pottery, fiber, mixed media, and more.

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 – 12 PM

Nature Trails&Guided Tours

at Leonora Curtin Wetland Preserve

The Leonora Curtin Wetland Preserve is open May through October on Saturday 9am – 12 noon and Sunday 1pm-4pm. Guided Tours each Saturday at 10am. Donation suggested.

9 AM – 4 PM

The FLEA

at The Santa Fe Downs, I-25/599/Frontage

Biggest and Best Flea Market in Santa Fe. 150+ Vendors of Vintage, New, Arts, Crafts, Farm Products and more. Dogs on leash welcome.

9:30 AM – 11:30 AM

Family Program: Collage Art

at Meet at the Museum Education Annex, 123 Grant Avenue.

Families create a unique work of art by combining and copying images into a final collage. Various materials will be played with to achieve a layered compilation.

9:30 AM – 12:30 PM

Wicked Mask Making with T. Bird

at ART Spot, 1401 Maclovia Street

 

10 AM

Rodeo Parade

at See website for route map.

Bring your family and friends for a good ol’ fashioned Rodeo Parade to kick off Rodeo Week! There will be wonderful floats, lots of give-aways, and prizes for the best entries.

10 AM – 4 PM

Annual Book Sale

at New Mexico Museum of Art, 107 West Palace Avenue, On the Plaza

Buy and Browse through a remarkable collection of books featuring the American Southwest and art books galore. Event is Free. Help support the research library and other educational programs at the New Mexico Museum of Art.

10 AM – 4 PM

Gustave Baumann Home Tour

at Must register at 545 Canyon Road First. 409 Camino De Las Animas

Special Tour by HSFF will feature the complete restoration of Gustave Baumann House by HSFF tickets are available for $10 on indiegogo.com website above. Participants must call (505) 983-256 to schedule a timeslot for tour.

10 AM – 4 PM

Open House Tour of Gustave Baumann

at 409 Camino De las Animas

Last tour offered to see Gustave Baumann’s House. A special 2-day open house of the Gustave Baumann Home by HSFF will feature the completed conservation work on Baumann’s House that has taken place over last 2 years.

10 AM – 5 PM

Santa Fe Studio Tour

at Throughout Santa Fe

 

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

Santa Fe Opera Previews

at

Get ready for the season with previews of The Santa Fe Opera’s 2011 line-up. Broadcasts can be heard in northern New Mexico at 95.5 or 102.9 FM, and by live streaming throughout the country at www.classicalkhfm.com.

1 PM – 3 PM

Ask the Master Gardeners

at Vista Grande Public Library, 14 Avenida Torreon

Santa Fe Master Gardeners will be staffing an “Ask a Master Gardener” table at VGPL on two Saturdays, June 4 and 18, from 1 to 3 p.m. Bring your gardening questions for these experts’ advice.

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.

3 PM – 4:30 PM

Pride Concert: Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Fabulousness

at Multiple Venues — See Notes

 

3:30 PM – 5:30 PM

Ancestors and Spirits of the Dead

at Public Library, Main Branch, Community Room

Lecture by Robin van Löben Sels, PhD, Jungian Analyst.

5 PM – 7 PM

SFAI Architectural Tour: Andrea Fisher’s Adobe

at Confirm ticket purchase for details.

Andrea Fisher’s thoroughly captivating adobe home is believed to have originally been part of the Jacona Pueblo, built around the year 1350.

6:30 PM

Private Opening for Home Lands: How Women Made the West

at The New Mexico History Museum, Palace of the Governors

Originally organized by the Autry National Center in Los Angeles, features additional materials from the History Museum’s collections.

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 PM – 10 PM

Straight Up Jazz Trio

at El Dorado Court Lounge, 309 W. San Fransisco St.

Jazz. Call (505) 988-4455 for details.

7:30 PM

Don Conoscenti

at Santa Fe Performance Exchange, 7 Caliente Road

 

7:30 PM

Tempest featuring Sir Derek Jacobi&Richard Clifford

at The Lensic, 211 W. San Francisco St.

Buy Tickets

8 PM

FELONIOUS GROOVE FOUNDATION

at Cowgirl Cafe&BBQ, 319 S. Guadalupe St.

Call 505.982.2565 for details

8 PM – 11 PM

SIERRA

at La Fonda Hotel, La Fiesta Lounge, 100 E. San Francisco St.

Country western. This event is free and open to the public. For more information, please call 505-995-2363.

8:30 PM – 10:30 PM

Juan Siddi Flamenco

at The Lodge at Santa Fe, 750 North St. Francis Drive

Experience the captivating mystery, majesty&beauty of the Juan Siddi Flamenco Theatre Company’s 2011 Summer Season.
Buy Tickets

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, 80s, 9 pm to close.

Sun., June 19, 2011

 
all day

City Tours

at (Click link for detailed listings.)

Call tour company to check seasonal scheduling/availability. These companies are not affiliated and offer separate packages.

Eldorado Hotel&Spa, 309 E. San Francisco St.
La Fonda Santa Fe, 100 W. San Francisco St.

9 AM – 4 PM

The FLEA

at The Santa Fe Downs, I-25/599/Frontage

Biggest and Best Flea Market in Santa Fe. 150+ Vendors of Vintage, New, Arts, Crafts, Farm Products and more. Dogs on leash welcome.

9 AM – 5 PM

Pueblo of Zia Arts and Crafts Fair

at Pueblo of Zia tribal offices, 135 Capitol Square in Zia Pueblo

Providing a perfect reason for a Sunday drive through the beautiful Pajarito and Jemez plateaus, the family-friendly event will showcase distinctive arts and crafts, all painstakingly created by local Zia artists.

10 AM – 12 PM

Sunday Painting at the Museum

at New Mexico Museum of Art, 107 West Palace Avenue

Gather your paints, canvas, pencils, papers and friends for your own adventure in plein-aire painting. Entrance to the central garden patio is free. Entrance to the museum galleries is free to NM residents.

10 AM – 4 PM

Artisans Market

at Santa Fe Farmers Market, 1607 Paseo de Peralta

 

10 AM – 4 PM

Gustave Baumann Home Tour

at Must register at 545 Canyon Road First. 409 Camino De Las Animas

Special Tour by HSFF will feature the complete restoration of Gustave Baumann House by HSFF tickets are available for $10 on indiegogo.com website above. Participants must call (505) 983-256 to schedule a timeslot for tour.

10 AM – 4 PM

Open House Tour of Gustave Baumann

at 409 Camino De las Animas

Last tour offered to see Gustave Baumann’s House. A special 2-day open house of the Gustave Baumann Home by HSFF will feature the completed conservation work on Baumann’s House that has taken place over last 2 years.

10 AM – 5 PM

Santa Fe Studio Tour

at Throughout Santa Fe

 

noon

THE BOB DYLAN BRUNCH

at Cowgirl Cafe&BBQ, 319 S. Guadalupe St.

Call 505.982.2565 for details

1 PM – 3 PM

Walking Together as We Celebrate the Summer Solstice

at Milner Plaza, Museum Hill, 706 Camino Lejo

Opening ceremony at 1:00pm. The walk continues until about 2:30 pm, accompanied by Mbira music by Dan Pauli. Free. Contact: 505-670-1106.

3 PM – 4:30 PM

Pride Concert: Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Fabulousness

at Multiple Venues — See Notes

 

4 PM

Tempest featuring Sir Derek Jacobi&Richard Clifford

at The Lensic, 211 W. San Francisco St.

Buy Tickets

4:30 PM

Sean Healen cd release party

at Santa Fe Performance Exchange, 7 Caliente Road

 

7:30 PM

Krishna Das

at Santa Fe Community Convention Center

Buy Tickets

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

8 PM

WELCOME TO BOHEMIA

at Cowgirl Cafe&BBQ, 319 S. Guadalupe St.

Call 505.982.2565 for details

8:30 PM – 10:30 PM

Juan Siddi Flamenco

at The Lodge at Santa Fe, 750 North St. Francis Drive

Experience the captivating mystery, majesty&beauty of the Juan Siddi Flamenco Theatre Company’s 2011 Summer Season.
Buy Tickets

Mon., June 20, 2011

 
all day

City Tours

at (Click link for detailed listings.)

Call tour company to check seasonal scheduling/availability. These companies are not affiliated and offer separate packages.

Eldorado Hotel&Spa, 309 E. San Francisco St.
La Fonda Santa Fe, 100 W. San Francisco St.

10 AM – 1 PM

Georgia O’Keeffe and the Art of Eating Well

at Santa Fe School of Cooking, Upper level, Plaza Mercado, 116 W. San Francisco Street.

Public Program: Santa Fe School of Cooking
Explore some of Georgia O’Keeffe’s ideas about food and cooking with Santa Fe School of Cooking! Chef Michelle Roetzer will guide you through recipes featured in the book.

10:15 AM

New Mexico History Museum: Downtown Walking Tour

at Gather at the Palace Courtyard’s Blue Gate just south of the History Museum entrance at 113 Lincoln Ave.

April 18 through Oct. 15, Monday-Saturday, beginning at 10:15 a.m. Cost is $10. Children 16 and under are free when accompanied by an adult. Museum guides do not accept tips.

10:30 AM – 12:30 PM

Allan Houser Sculpture Garden Tour

at Located off the historic Turquoise Trail (Hwy 14) off I-40 West, or I-25 North.

Two tours daily, 10:00 AM&1:30 PM. MONDAY – FRIDAY, BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. CLOSED WEEKENDS. 505.471.1528, or e-mail btrujillo@allanhouser.com.

noon – 12:45 PM

Monday Noon Gallery Talks

at New Mexico Museum of Art

Meet Some of NM’s Most Interesting People. Featuring artists and other members of the community. All Gallery Talks are free, with museum admission.

6:30 PM – 7:30 PM

Juan Siddi Flamenco Dance Classes

at Aspen Santa Fe Ballet Studios, 550-B St. Michael’s Drive

Beg./Advanced-Beginner Level, Mondays: 6.30PM – 7.30PM
Fees: $65 – 4 Class Pass, $20 – Drop in per hour

Continuing our Class Schedule for Saturdays:
Saturdays: 2.00PM – 3.00PM Intermediate
3.00PM – 4.00PM Interm./Adv.

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 – 11 PM

WISE GUYS

at La Fonda Hotel, La Fiesta Lounge, 100 E. San Francisco St.

This event is free and open to the public. For more information, please call 505-995-2363.

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

THE NAPKIN PARTY!

at Corazon, 401 S. Guadalupe

9pm, NO COVER, The Napkin Party, Emmer style! Call (505) 983-4559 or see website for details

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Trade Your Eldorado Home for an Ocean View Lot in Oregon!

Address:
Meadow Loop Neahkahnie, OR 97131


Price: 315,000


Property Type: Land-Residential
Area: Neah-Kah-Nie


MLS #11-558

Best of the rest. Expansive and unobstructed ocean views. All utilities are in the street and lot comes with preliminary home plans by a acclaimed Portland Architect ($25,000).

 Contract Information
Status Active     
Directions Driving north (from Manzanita) on Hwy 101, west/left onto Sunset, thru the Neahkahnie Meadows gate, property is on the right.
 General Property Description
Realtor.COM Type Land  Lot Acres 0.43
Frontage None  View Ocean 
View 2 Woods 
 Location, Tax and Other Information
County Clatsop  Zoning NK15 
Taxes 2,501.64 Tax Year 2010
Subdivision Neah-Kah-Nie Meadow    
Legal Neah-Kah-Nie Meadow lot 11
Account ID R390126 CC & R YES 
Historic Designation No     
 Map Coordinates
Geo Lat 45.737288 Geo Lon -123.941530
 Details
 
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Eldorado/Vista Grande Public Library News

Vista Grande Public Library, a nonprofit community library serving SE Santa Fe County
www.vglibrary.org Library telephone: (505) 466-READ (7323)
VGPL Library News
Spring Book Sale and Raffle!
June 1, 2011
New Library Hours Effective June 1st
Tuesday-Friday 12 noon until 6 pm
Saturday 10 am until 4 pm
Hi, Library Friend,
This month’s big news is the upcoming book sale, from June 10-12 at La Tienda! Read more below.
In this issue:
·         From the President
·         From the Library Director—What’s New for Summer?
·         Spring Book Sale
·         Community Program: Hiking Santa Fe, June 11
·         VGPL Spring Donor Appeal a Big Success
·         June Book Sale Volunteers Still Needed
·         Next Book Donation Day
·         Add These to Your Calendar
·         How Can I Get Involved?
From the President
Many of us who use the library love books – not just the content but the touch of the actual book itself.  We love the way the book feels, the way the words are arranged on its pages, and we love to collect these repositories of fact, fiction, and fantasy. We probably even have a few books on display that we have never read. Yet, we just like the way they give us comfort to know they are around like an old friend. We promise ourselves we will read them at some point.
Book lovers, things are changing. Along with all other facets of communication, technology is affecting the way we access the latest work of our favorite author or New York Times best seller. The Kindle™ and the Nook™ are taking the place of that stack of books on our bedside table. It is impossible to sit in an airport or doctor’s waiting room and not recognize the fact that traditional hardcover books are becoming less of the norm.
A recent edition of USA Today noted that thus far in 2011 Amazon.com has sold more e-books than traditional hardcover ones. I am not sure I like this fact; I still like to sit in my study surrounded by my “friends.” However, like so many other things in life, we must accept change. If we don’t, we chance missing out on new opportunities. Just think how many more “books” we can take on our next vacation and not pay for that extra luggage to carry them.
Please know that your board is examining how e-books will affect the future of our library.  We are committed to ensuring that we are always a community resource-no matter what format is necessary.
Rich Moore, President, Board of Directors
From the Library DirectorWhat’s New for Summer?
Summer is here and we are stocking our shelves with good summer reads for everyone!  Look in our New Book section and on the shelves to find such titles as:
Fiction
•        22 Brittania Road by Amanda Hodgkinson (2011) – F Hodgkinson
•        By Fire, By Water: a Novel by Mitchell James Kaplan (2010) – F Kaplan
•        The Wake of Forgiveness by Bruce Machart (2010) – F Machart
•        The Troubled Man by Henning Mankell (2011) – F Mankell
•        The Saturday Big Tent Wedding by Alexander McCall Smith (2011) – F McCall Smith
•        Sing you Home: a Novel by Jodi Picoult (2011) – F Picoult
•        Mistress of Rome by Kate Quinn (2010) – F Quinn
•        A Soft Place to Land by Susan Rebecca White (2010) – F White
Non-Fiction
•        Alone Together: Why We Expect More From Technology and Less From Each Other by Sherry Turkle (2011) – 304.2 Future 5/11
•        300 Orchids: Species, Hybrids & Varieties in Cultivation by Jane Boosey – 635.9 Boosey 5/11
•        InDesign CS5 for Windows and Macintosh by Sandee Cohen (2011) – 686.22 Cohen 5/11
•        Chicken Coops: 45 Building Plans for Housing Your Flock by Judy Pangman (2006) – 636.5 Pangman 5/11
Young Adult Fiction
•        The Throne of Fire: Kane Chronicles Book 2 by Rick Riordan (2011) –   YA Riordan bk.2
•        ArchEnemy by Frank Beddor (2009) – YA Beddor
•        When the Stars Go Blue by Caridad Ferrer ( 2010) – YA Ferrer
•        Geth and the Return of the Lithens by Obert Skye (2011) – YA Skye
Be on the lookout for even more great titles!  They are coming in all the time and we are excited to put them out for you to enjoy.
Tina Stephenson, Library Director
Spring Book Sale and Raffle!
Our Spring Book Sale and Raffle will be held on the weekend of June 10-12, at La Tienda (Building A). We are especially grateful to Fred Richardson of Zia Financial Group, who has kindly made his beautiful space available to us.
Sale hours are:
  • Friday, June 10, 3 – 7 pm
  • Saturday, June 11, 10 am – 4 pm
  • Sunday, June 12, 1 – 4 pm
Expect to find a great collection of almost new fiction, both hardcover and paperback, DVDs, audiobooks, children’s books, and a wide assortment of nonfiction. There will also be some collectible older books, coffee table, and gift books.
Buy a raffle ticket ($3) for a chance to win one of two great items for children (or for the young at heart!):
  • American Girl’s Kanani™ doll and paperback book. The American Girl website says about this doll, “Meet Kanani, our 2011 Girl of the Year! She loves to share the aloha spirit of Hawai’i with others. Kanani arrives wearing a bright tropical dress, a faux hibiscus flower, a pretend kukui nut necklace, ruffled sandals, and cotton underwear. She’s soft and huggable with long hair for styling. Includes the Aloha, Kanani paperback book.” American Girl provided this doll, valued at $100, to VGPL for the raffle.
  • Lego’s Hogwarts™ Castle Set. The Lego website says about this set: “Magic and mystery haunt the halls of the Hogwarts™ Castle!  The Dementors have the Hogwarts™ School of Witchcraft and Wizardry surrounded, and an epic battle between Harry Potter and Lord Voldemort is looming! Harry and Dumbledore face He Who Must Not Be Named while Professors McGonagall and Flitwick try to keep the school safe. Explore this essential Harry Potter set to discover incredible details like Dumbledore’s office with sliding spiral staircase, the Slytherin and Gryffindor common rooms, and so much more!
    • Includes Harry Potter, Hermione Granger and 9 minifigures exclusive to this set: Lord Voldemort, Professor Dumbledore™, Professor Snape, Professor McGonagall, Professor Flitwick, Argus Filch and his cat, Mrs. Norris and 2 Dementors
    • Dumbledores office features the Sorting Hat, Gryffindor’s Sword, a Basilisk fang and secret sliding stairs
    • Gryffindor common room features fireplace with Sirius Black’s face
    • Tom Riddle’s book hidden in the knight’s armor
    • Restricted section of the library included
    • Astronomy Tower and Vanishing Cabinet
    • Great Hall decorated with Slytherin and Gryffindor colors”
This set, valued at $130, was donated by a member of the Board of Directors.
Raffle tickets may be purchased at the Library or during the sale. The drawing for the winners will be held on June 24th, at 7 pm, during our monthly Family Movie Night (“Tangled”).
Community Program: Hiking Santa Fe, June 11
With summer fast approaching, many of us are planning hikes in the Santa Fe area. Come to this informative program on Saturday, June 11, at 10 am at the library. You’ll learn what to include in your pack be it summer or winter, hikes around Santa Fe (including the Pecos and Jemez Mountains), and safety while hiking.
Our speaker is Dianne Eschman, who has spent the last 35 years hiking, skiing and backpacking in the Rocky Mountains.  She lived for 12 years in Telluride, CO and got to know the San Juan Mountains intimately. Dianne and her husband have lived in the Santa Fe area for the past 13+ years.  During that time she has spent much time in the Sangre de Cristo and Jemez Mountains and has gotten to know the area well. She has been a member of Santa Fe Search and Rescue since 1998 and a team leader for the group since 2000. She is also involved in training other members and has taught winter skills training for the NM Emergency Services Council which provides training to all search and rescue groups throughout the state. Besides being active in ground searches with her team, she is also trained as an Operations Section Chief for the state.
VGPL Spring Donor Appeal a Big Success
A huge thanks to all of you who have donated to our spring appeal. We have raised $11,610, significantly more than our goal of $10,000!
Other ways to give:
  • See if your current or former employer will match your donation (IBM, Merck, and Caterpillar do).
  • Shop at Amazon.com by clicking the link on the library website; we’ve raise almost $600 so far this year.
  • Shop at Albertson’s using the Community Partners key tag (available in the library).
  • Volunteer at the Library; contact Tina Stephenson at (505) 466-7323.
June Book Sale Volunteers Still Needed
The Library’s June Book Sale will be held June 10-12 at La Tienda, and we could use a few more volunteers.
Volunteers are needed from June 8-13 to help with moving books, setting up sale tables, assisting shoppers, etc. We especially need people (and trucks!) who are able to move books from storage to La Tienda on June 8. If you will have a few hours to spare in that time period, please send an email to Roberta Armstrong, Book Sale Chairperson, at robertaa@cnsp.com or give her a call at 466-3008.  She’ll let you know what’s available and find a spot that suits you.
Next Book Donation DaySaturday, June 4, 9-11:30 am
Donations of books and other library materials are greatly appreciated and help the library both with collection development and financially. We are set up to receive donations on the first Saturday of every month from 9 am until 11:30 am. However, if you have materials to donate and can’t bring them in on this date, please contact Tina (466-7323) to make other arrangements.
Please help us by donating recent (2005 or newer) and high-quality books, DVDs and other materials. We do not accept textbooks. Please do not leave donations outside the library; while we appreciate the thought, it is difficult for us to process these donations.
Add these to your calendar
VGPL Meetings:
·         Tuesday, June 21, 7 pm: Board meeting, open to the public
·         Tuesday, July 19, 7 pm: Board meeting, open to the public
VGPL Events:
·         Friday, June 10, 3-7 pm: Spring book sale and raffle at La Tienda
·         Saturday, June 11, 10 am-4 pm: Spring book sale and raffle at La Tienda
·         Sunday, June 12, 1-4 pm: Spring book sale and raffle at La Tienda
·         Sunday, August 28, Ice Cream Social – Hold the date! More info coming soon.
Community Program:
·         Saturday, June 4, 1-3 pm: Ask a Master Gardener
·         Saturday, June 11, 10 am: Hiking Santa Fe
·         Saturday, June 18, 1-3 pm: Ask a Master Gardener
·         Wednesday, June 22, 5-7 pm: Ask a Master Gardener
Family Movie Nights:
·         Friday, June 24, 7 pm: “Tangled” (PG-13)
·         Friday, July 8, 7 pm: “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 1” (PG-13)
Summer Reading Program:
·         Thursday, June 23, 1-3 pm (Summer Reading Program begins. Registered participants only owing to space limitations. Stop at the Library to register your child.)

Free-Form Book Group: [Talk informally about books you have recently read]

·         Thursday, June 9, 7 pm
·         Thursday, July 14, 7 pm

VGPL Book Group: [You do not have to have read the book to attend.]

·         Monday, June 20, 7 pm: “At Least in the City Someone Would Hear Me Scream” by Wade Rouse
·         Monday, July 18, 7 pm: “Two Sons” by Beth Baxter

Creative Writing Group for Teens:

·         Saturday, June 11, 2:00 pm
·         Saturday, June 25, 2:00 pm
·         Saturday, July 13, 2:00 pm

Book Donations:

·         Saturday, June 4, 9 – 11:30 am

·         Saturday, July 6, 9 – 11:30 am

How can I get involved?
Donate (http://www.vglibrary.org/donate/index.php)Information on giving books, Adopt-a-Day, online financial donations, and other ways to contribute
Volunteer (http://www.vglibrary.org/volunteer/index.php) — Information on contributing your time and becoming part of the VGPL Volunteer Team
Contact Us
Vista Grande Public Library
Mail: 7 Avenida Vista Grande, B7-192, Santa Fe, NM 87508
Location: 14 Avenida Torreon (between El Dorado Community School and Adam Senior Center)
Telephone: 505-466-READ (505-466-7323)
Library Director (Tina Stephenson): library director@vglibrary.org
VGPL Board:
Rich Moore, President president@vglibrary.org
Larry Lemmon, Vice President
Diane Gulseth, Treasurer
Ann Jenkins, Secretary
Jack Abernethy * Roberta Armstrong * Karen Buntin * Jack Crane * Todd Handy
Joan Lemmon * Barbara Mandel * Tracey Mitchell * Joyce Pohl * Diane Thomas
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