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Santa Fe Cultural Calendar – Feb. 24 – Mar. 4, 2012

 

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

Covering Friday, February 24, 2012 thru Monday, March 5, 2012

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

Fri., February 24, 2012

 
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

Opening recption for: ALFONSO FRATTEGGIANI BIANCHI: TRIPTYCON

at Charlotte Jackson Fine Art In the Railyard Art District, 554 South Guadalupe 505-989-8688

Entering a gallery of paintings by Alfonso Fratteggiani Bianchi you feel as if you are walking into an ancient circle of standing stones, or the great cave at Lascaux with its pre-historic paintings of bison and horses,
9 AM – midnight

Preschool Prime Time

at Santa Fe Children’s Museum (505) 989-8359

A special time for children under 5 to enjoy exhibits and hands-on activities. Play dress-up,
dance and get your face painted.

Santa Fe Children’s Museum

9 AM – 12:30 PM

“Precarious Poise” contemporary paintings by Jim Modiano

at Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Santa Fe, 107 West Barcelona Rd 505-982-9674

 
9:30 AM – midnight

Santa Fe University of Art and Design Open House

at Santa Fe University of Art and Design (505) 473-6133/(800) 456-2673

Come visit our internationally diverse campus to see if Santa Fe University of Art and Design is right for you. Santa Fe University offers degree programs in Art, Contemporary Music, Creative Writing and Literature, Digital Arts,
10 AM – 5 PM

Art by Pueblo Matriarchs

at Adobe Gallery 221 Canyon Road 505-955-0550

Adobe Gallery is currently exhibiting a limited number of pottery and paintings by former matriarch artists of New Mexico and Arizona Pueblos during February and March,
10 AM – 5 PM

AUCTION DONATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED FOR Celebraci�n 2012 Tapas! Vino! Chocolate! It’s a Party!!!

at AUCTION DONATIONS RECEIVED AT MUSEUM OF SPANISH COLONAL ART 750 Camino Lejo Santa Fe, NM 87505

AUCTION DONATIONS ARE CURRENTLY BEING RECEIVED AT THE MUSEUM OF SPANISH COLONAL ART FOR Celebraci�n 2012
(The event will take place on Saturday, March 10th, 2012, 4:30pm at the Lumpkins Ballroom, La Fonda Hotel, 100 E.
10 AM – 12:15 PM

BREAD and CHOCOLATE: An Artisanal Epicurean Delight NEW!!

at State Capitol Building 505-986-4589

 
11:30 AM – 2 PM

ARTfeast Art of Fashion: Runway Show&Luncheon

at Inn and Spa at Loretto 505-988-5531

Color, texture, versatility, and originality are the passwords for this artful runway presentation of seasonal attire. While savoring lunch with the perfect wine, you’ll be inspired by boutiques and clothiers.
3 PM – 3:30 PM

Spiritual Circles

at Santa Fe Railyard Park 505-982-3373

Church for the Non-Church Going Crowd Looking For the Benefits of Congregation!

Spiritual Circles elevate all attendees to the highest level of the most advanced participant. If all attend, all will be elevated higher.

3:30 PM – midnight

Open Studio

at Santa Fe Children’s Museum (505) 989-8359

Work with a local artist to explore the world of art, using everything from acrylics to pastel, watercolor to blocks and glue.
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. Students ranging from ages three to adult learn the fundamental techniques of traditional and modern movements,
4 PM – 5 AM

Drum&Journey Circle @ The Bishop’s Lodge

at The Bishop’s Lodge Resort&Spa 1297 Bishops Lodge Rd (505) 983-6377; 800-732-2240

5 PM – 7 PM

4th Friday Canyon Road Art Walk

at Canyon Road

Galleries up and down historic Canyon Road have joined together to remain open at least until 7pm every fourth Friday of the month.
5 PM – 7 PM

Alfonso Fratteggiani Bianchi: Triptycon

at 554 So. Guadalupe St

 
5 PM – 7 PM

Last Friday ArtWalk

at Railyard Arts District; Santa Fe Railyard (505) 992-0591

El Museo Cultural in the Santa Fe Railyard is mounting an exhibition entitled “The Roots and Culture of the African Diaspora.” featuring the work of African/American artist, Greta Chapin McGill and Issa Nyaphaga from Cameroon,
5 PM – 7 PM

Opening Reception for : Do Process

at Verve Gallery 219 E Marcy St 505-982-5009

Brigitte Carnochan, Cy DeCosse, Joy Goldkind, Jennifer Schlesinger, Caitlyn Soldan, Henrieke Strecker, Maggie Taylor,  and Kamil Vojnar.

VERVE Gallery of Photography is pleased to present Do Process,

5 PM – 7 PM

opening reception for: “Under Thirty-Five”

at Zane Bennett 435 South Guadalupe Street Railyard Arts District; Santa Fe Railyard 505 982 8111

Fostering the next generation of collectors is the focus of this exhibition. Under Thirty-Five features works by artists whose styles, techniques, and concepts are constantly being invented, recycled, updated and discarded.
5 PM – 7 PM

Opening recption for: ALFONSO FRATTEGGIANI BIANCHI: TRIPTYCON

at Charlotte Jackson Fine Art In the Railyard Art District, 554 South Guadalupe 505-989-8688

Entering a gallery of paintings by Alfonso Fratteggiani Bianchi you feel as if you are walking into an ancient circle of standing stones, or the great cave at Lascaux with its pre-historic paintings of bison and horses,
5 PM – 8 PM

ARTfeast Edible Art Tour

at Downtown and Canyon Roads

Sample savories prepared by the city’s top restaurateurs, caterers, and chefs at more than 35 of Santa Fe’s favorite galleries, which open their doors with special exhibitions.
5 PM – 8 PM

Tresa Vorenberg Presents ARTfeast and Thank You Days!

at Tresa Vorenberg Goldsmiths 656 Canyon Road

Tresa Vorenberg Goldsmiths cordially invites you to the 15th annual ARTfeast where we will be showcasing dessert crafted by local food legend “The Steaksmith” on Friday February 24th, from 5-8pm.
6 PM – 9 PM

Free Friday Night Tennis Fiesta

at Shellaberger Tennis Center, 1600 St. Michael’s Drive (enter at the Santa Fe University of Art&Design) (505) 473-6133/(800) 456-2673

To celebrate the re-opening of the Shellaberger Tennis Center under new ownership, Santa Fe’s world-class facility is throwing a free tennis party every Friday night for a year.
6 PM – 9 PM

The Hot Club of Santa Fe

at Second Street Brewery 1814 Second Street 505-982-3030

The Hot Club of Santa Fe is an all-acoustic string quartet based in Santa Fe, New Mexico. They play an eclectic repertoire that includes hot swing, gypsy jazz, and bluegrass.
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 – midnight

Nacha Mendez

at Fuego at La Posada 505-954-9630

Nacha Mendez solo acoustic and sometimes with special guests. Latin World Music. No cover
6:30 PM – midnight

Burlesque Night!

at Center for Contemporary Arts 505-982-1338

 
7 PM – midnight

STORM by Theater Grottesco

at Center for Contemporary Arts 505-982-1338

7 PM

Winter Dance Escape

at 1140 Alto Street Santa Fe

Forty-eight emerging performing artists from NDI New Mexico’s Company XCel and Junior Company present an eclectic repertoire of contemporary dance and musical theater.
7 PM – 9 PM

LEONARDO LIVE

at Lensic Performing Arts Center W. San Fransisco St 505 988 7050

LEONARDO LIVE is a showcase of the completely sold-out Leonardo da Vinci exhibition at the National Gallery in London

Lensic Presents Leonardo Live, the first-ever tour of a fine art exhibition created for theater audiences, Buy Tickets

7 PM – 9 PM

Ronald Roybal – Native American Flute and Spanish Classical Guitar

at Hotel Santa Fe, 1501 Paseo de Peralta 505-982-1200 800-825-9876

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 – 9 PM

Theater Grottesco presents: STORM

at CCA’s Munoz Waxman Gallery 1050 Old Pecos Trail

STORM is a play about environment;
a journey into the social paradigms that prevent the world from taking action:
and a breath-taking ride that audiences and artists take together into unknown artistic form.
7:30 PM – 10:30 PM

The Three Faces of Jazz

at El Meson, 213 Washington Ave 505-983-6756

Classic Swinging Jazz Piano Trio
featuring Dan Borton on Alto Sax.
8 PM – midnight

‘Cementville’ by Jane Martin

at Santa Fe University of Art and Design (505) 473-6133/(800) 456-2673

The comic sensation of the 1991 Humana Festival at the Actors Theatre of Louisville, this play is a brilliant portrayal of America’s fascination with fantasy entertainment. In a locker room in a seedy arena in Tennessee,
8 PM

Cementville

at Greer Garson Theatre (505) 473-6511

8 PM – 11:30 PM

Jimmy Stadler

at La Fonda Hotel, La Fiesta Lounge, 100 E. San Francisco St 505-982-5511

Country – Rock
This event is free and open to the public. For more information, please call 505-995-2363.
8 PM – 2 AM

ARTfeast Feast or Famine

at Ore House at Milagro 505-983-8687

After EAT closes its doors, the party moves to The Ore House at Milagro. This over-21 mixer purveys Hiphop, House, and Old Skool music. 2012 DJ’s include Joe Ray Sandoval, King George and Aztec Sol,
8:30 PM – 11:30 PM

Eldorado Court Lounge Live Entertainment

at Nidah at Eldorado Hotel & Spa 505-995-4573

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 – 11:30 PM

ZENOBIA – ROCK AND BLUES

at El Farol 808 Canyon Rd (505) 983-9912

Three time Grammy nominated Blues.

11:30 PM – midnight

Art of Fashion: Runway Show & Luncheon

at Inn and Spa at Loretto 505-988-5531

Color, texture, versatility, and originality are the passwords for this artful runway presentation of seasonal attire. While savoring lunch with the perfect wine,

Sat., February 25, 2012

 
all day

Beats on The Basin with Anthony Leon & The Chain

at Totemoff’s at Ski Santa Fe 505-982-4429

February 25: Anthony Leon and the Chain

Ski Santa Fe hosts the ‘Beats on the Basin‘ annual winter concert series,

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

Opening recption for: ALFONSO FRATTEGGIANI BIANCHI: TRIPTYCON

at Charlotte Jackson Fine Art In the Railyard Art District, 554 South Guadalupe 505-989-8688

Entering a gallery of paintings by Alfonso Fratteggiani Bianchi you feel as if you are walking into an ancient circle of standing stones, or the great cave at Lascaux with its pre-historic paintings of bison and horses,
8 AM – 1 PM

Santa Fe Farmers’ Market

at Santa Fe Farmers’ Market Pavilion 1607 Paseo de Peralta (505) 983-4098

The Winter Farmers’ Market in the Santa Fe Railyard provides the freshest greens, hydroponic tomatoes, and other winter veggies grown by Northern New Mexico farmers; plus, local sustainably raised meats, eggs, cheeses, baked goods,
9 AM – midnight

Santa Fe Artists Market-Winter Show

at Sanbusco Market Center 505/989-9390

WINTER SHOW – Sanbusco Center (Inside Border’s Bldg) Local juried artists.  Painting, photography, sculpture, jewelry, pottery, fiber,
9 AM – 12:30 PM

“Precarious Poise” contemporary paintings by Jim Modiano

at Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Santa Fe, 107 West Barcelona Rd 505-982-9674

 
9:30 AM – midnight

Dish Towel Round-Robin with Bethe Orrell

at Espanola Valley Fiber Arts Center 505-747-3577

Pre-registration required!  Call 505-747-3577 or email: education@evfac.org. – $220, materials extra.

Using cotton,

10 AM – midnight

Calligraphers Offer Free Demonstrations and Hands-On Tips

at New Mexico History Museum/Palace of the Governors 505-476-5200

As part of the new exhibitions Illuminating the Word: The Saint John’s Bible and Contemplative Landscape,
10 AM – 5 PM

Art by Pueblo Matriarchs

at Adobe Gallery 221 Canyon Road 505-955-0550

Adobe Gallery is currently exhibiting a limited number of pottery and paintings by former matriarch artists of New Mexico and Arizona Pueblos during February and March,
10 AM – 5 PM

AUCTION DONATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED FOR Celebraci�n 2012 Tapas! Vino! Chocolate! It’s a Party!!!

at AUCTION DONATIONS RECEIVED AT MUSEUM OF SPANISH COLONAL ART 750 Camino Lejo Santa Fe, NM 87505

AUCTION DONATIONS ARE CURRENTLY BEING RECEIVED AT THE MUSEUM OF SPANISH COLONAL ART FOR Celebraci�n 2012
(The event will take place on Saturday, March 10th, 2012, 4:30pm at the Lumpkins Ballroom, La Fonda Hotel, 100 E.
11 AM

Ernani

at Lensic Performing Arts Center 505 988 7050

Angela Meade takes center stage in Verdi’s thrilling early gem. Marcello Giordani is her mismatched lover, and all-star Verdians Dmitri Hvorostovsky and Ferruccio Furlanetto round out the cast.

Ticket Prices: $22, $25, $28 / Buy Tickets

noon – 4 PM

ARTfeast Home Tour

at Throughout Santa Fe

Much has been written about Santa Fe’s distinctive architecture, which is often hidden behind warm adobe walls.
1 PM – 3 PM

Free Meditation Workshop

at Santa Fe Community College 6401 Richards Ave (505) 428-1676

Seekers of greater stability and centeredness are invited to attend a free meditation workshop at Santa Fe Community College on Saturday, February 25.
2 PM – midnight

STORM by Theater Grottesco

at Center for Contemporary Arts 505-982-1338

2 PM

DANZA FOLKLORICA QUETZAL

at El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe, 555 Camino de la Familia (505) 992-0591

Danza Folklorica Quetzal for secondary school and college age students. Info: (505) 992-0591 or (505) 603-7997 (Xochitl). There is no charge. A co-operation of Antonina Valdez Romp, Director,
2 PM

Waterwise&Wonderful 2012 Spring Seminar Series

at Santa Fe Greenhouses 2904 Rufina Street 505-473-2700

 
2 PM – 4 PM

“Special Treatment Illuminations for The Saint John’s Bible”A lecture by artist and calligrapher Diane von Arx

at New Mexico History Museum/Palace of the Governors 505-476-5200

Besides her work on pages of The Saint John’s Bible, such as that seen at left, Von Arx is notable for having designed the descriptive title script for Illuminating the Word,
2 PM – 5 PM

Indigie Femme

at Cowgirl Cafe 319 S Guadalupe St (505) 982-2565

2011 saw success for local musicians Indigie Femme, who received numerous musical awards and recognition includes Native American Music Award (NAMMY),
3 PM – 6 PM

opening reception for Highway Culture, photographs by Steve Fitch

at photo-eye Gallery 376-A Garcia St 505-988-5152 or 800-227-6941

Steve Fitch is a photographer and educator who has been making photographs of the
American West for more then four decades. As a boy, the scenes that he observed out of
the window of his father’s 1951 Buick fascinated him.
4 PM – 5 AM

Drum&Journey Circle @ The Bishop’s Lodge

at The Bishop’s Lodge Resort&Spa 1297 Bishops Lodge Rd (505) 983-6377; 800-732-2240

6 PM – midnight

Gospel Jam

at Zia United Methodist Church (505) 471-0997

Gospel Jams: 3368 Governor Miles Road – Santa Fe NM 87507 Zia United Methodist Church will begin Gospel Jams on Saturday nights at 6pm.
6 PM – midnight

Eryn Bent @ Steaksmith

at Steaksmith at El Gancho 505-988-3333

Relax and lounge to the melodies of Singer/Songwriter Eryn Bent every Saturday from 6-9pm at Steaksmith at El Gancho.
6 PM

Ernani Encore

at Lensic Performing Arts Center 505 988 7050

Angela Meade takes center stage in Verdi’s thrilling early gem. Marcello Giordani is her mismatched lover, and all-star Verdians Dmitri Hvorostovsky and Ferruccio Furlanetto round out the cast.

Ticket Prices: $22, $25, $28 / Buy Tickets

6 PM – 8 PM

Santa Fe Pro Musica Quartets

at Saint Francis Auditorium (505) 476-5072

Enjoy the elegant but warm sound of the Szymanowski String Quartet on February 25 at 6pm at the St. Francis Auditorium.

The evening begins with the Capriccio in E Minor by Felix Mendelssohn, Buy Tickets

6 PM – 9 PM

The Kenny Skywolf Blues Trio

at Second Street Brewery 1814 Second Street 505-982-3030

The Kenny Skywolf Band comprises a musically eclectic blend of Blues, R&B, Rock & Roll, Funk, Reggae and Gospel. Some of our major influences are legendary blues masters Muddy Waters,
6 PM – 10 PM

ARTfeast Gourmet Dinner&Auction

at Encantado, An Auberge Resort 505-946-5700

 
6:30 PM – midnight

Nacha Mendez

at Fuego at La Posada 505-954-9630

Nacha Mendez performs music from all the Spanish speaking countries of the world inside FUEGO Restaurant and Wine bar at La Posada every Saturday.
7 PM – midnight

Joe West and Round Mountain @ Sol

at Sol @ Santa Fe Brewing Company (505) 424-9637

Under 21 admitted with parent or guardian.
7 PM

Winter Dance Escape

at 1140 Alto Street Santa Fe

Forty-eight emerging performing artists from NDI New Mexico’s Company XCel and Junior Company present an eclectic repertoire of contemporary dance and musical theater.
7 PM – 9 PM

Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar

at Epazote Restaurant, 416 Agua Fria, Santa Fe

Dine to the sweet, tropical sounds of Hawaiian slack key guitar. Gentle, relaxing, and good for the digestion!
7 PM – 9 PM

Joe West * Round Mountain

at Sol Stage at Santa Fe Brewing Co. 37 Fireplace Ln

Nationally touring folk, roots and world music duo Round Mountain announce a family-friendly hometown concert in Santa Fe at the Sol Santa Fe. Round Mountain is quickly becoming a household name in Santa Fe,
7 PM – 9 PM

Ronald Roybal – Native American Flute and Spanish Classical Guitar

at Hotel Santa Fe, 1501 Paseo de Peralta 505-982-1200 800-825-9876

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 – 9 PM

Theater Grottesco presents: STORM

at CCA’s Munoz Waxman Gallery 1050 Old Pecos Trail

STORM is a play about environment;
a journey into the social paradigms that prevent the world from taking action:
and a breath-taking ride that audiences and artists take together into unknown artistic form.
7:30 PM – 10:30 PM

Andy Kingston Trio

at El Meson, 213 Washington Ave 505-983-6756

The incomparable professor Andy Kingston on piano with his trio 7:30–10:30 pm. No Cover
8 PM – midnight

‘Cementville’ by Jane Martin

at Santa Fe University of Art and Design (505) 473-6133/(800) 456-2673

The comic sensation of the 1991 Humana Festival at the Actors Theatre of Louisville, this play is a brilliant portrayal of America’s fascination with fantasy entertainment. In a locker room in a seedy arena in Tennessee,
8 PM

Cementville

at Greer Garson Theater – Santa Fe College (505) 473-6511

8 PM – 11 PM

St, James Society

at Cowgirl Cafe 319 S Guadalupe St (505) 982-2565

The St. James Society began when Brandon Lloyd Burkart and David Dubois (both from San Francisco) moved to Austin, TX.
8 PM – 11:30 PM

Jimmy Stadler

at La Fonda Hotel, La Fiesta Lounge, 100 E. San Francisco St 505-982-5511

Country – Rock
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 Nidah at Eldorado Hotel & Spa 505-995-4573

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 – 11:30 PM

ROB-A-LOU – ROCKABILLY

at El Farol 808 Canyon Rd (505) 983-9912

Big bold aggresive Rockabilly music. Vintage sound and gear. Rob-A-Lou gets people dancin’ & shakin’, just like the originals of Rockabilly did out of SUN Records in the Fifties. Lots of Cash, Elvis, slap-back, drinkin’ and carousin’…

Sun., February 26, 2012

 
all day

Boris McCutcheon & The Salt Licks Play Townes Van Zandt

at Cowgirl BBQ (505) 982-2565

February Gospel Brunch with Boris McCutcheon and the Salt Licks.
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

Opening recption for: ALFONSO FRATTEGGIANI BIANCHI: TRIPTYCON

at Charlotte Jackson Fine Art In the Railyard Art District, 554 South Guadalupe 505-989-8688

Entering a gallery of paintings by Alfonso Fratteggiani Bianchi you feel as if you are walking into an ancient circle of standing stones, or the great cave at Lascaux with its pre-historic paintings of bison and horses,
12:30 AM – midnight

Jim “Kando” Green

at BODY 505-986-0362

Learn Zen meditation in a relaxed setting. This gathering will include instruction for the techniques in Zen meditation, discussion of the history and context of Zen practice, opportunities for questions and a guided meditation.
9 AM – 12:30 PM

“Precarious Poise” contemporary paintings by Jim Modiano

at Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Santa Fe, 107 West Barcelona Rd 505-982-9674

 
9:30 AM – midnight

Dish Towel Round-Robin with Bethe Orrell

at Espanola Valley Fiber Arts Center 505-747-3577

Pre-registration required!  Call 505-747-3577 or email: education@evfac.org. – $220, materials extra.

Using cotton,

9:30 AM – 11:30 PM

Sunday Spiritual Gathering

at Everyday Center for Spiritual Living 1380 Vegas Verdes 505-629-9633

 
10 AM – midnight

Calligraphers Offer Free Demonstrations and Hands-On Tips

at New Mexico History Museum/Palace of the Governors 505-476-5200

As part of the new exhibitions Illuminating the Word: The Saint John’s Bible and Contemplative Landscape,
10 AM – midnight

Art by Pueblo Matriarchs

at Adobe Gallery 505-955-0550

Adobe Gallery is currently exhibiting a limited number of pottery and paintings by former matriarch artists of New Mexico and Arizona Pueblos during February and March,
10 AM – 4 PM

Railyard Artisan Market

at Santa Fe Farmers’ Market Pavilion 1607 Paseo de Peralta (505) 983-4098

 
10 AM – 5 PM

AUCTION DONATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED FOR Celebraci�n 2012 Tapas! Vino! Chocolate! It’s a Party!!!

at AUCTION DONATIONS RECEIVED AT MUSEUM OF SPANISH COLONAL ART 750 Camino Lejo Santa Fe, NM 87505

AUCTION DONATIONS ARE CURRENTLY BEING RECEIVED AT THE MUSEUM OF SPANISH COLONAL ART FOR Celebraci�n 2012
(The event will take place on Saturday, March 10th, 2012, 4:30pm at the Lumpkins Ballroom, La Fonda Hotel, 100 E.
11:30 AM – 2:30 PM

ARTfeast Artists’ Brunch&Auction

at Scottish Rite Temple

Sip champagne or mimosas while meeting artists and gallerists over an enticing blend of American and Native American cuisine.
noon – 3 PM

Boris McCutcheon TVZ Brunch

at Cowgirl Cafe 319 S Guadalupe St (505) 982-2565

Boris McCutcheon is a singer and songwriter of truly unique and engaging “Americana” songs. He plays guitar, harmonica and mandolin and he is backed by an incredible band of musicians known as “The Salt Licks”.
noon – 4 PM

ARTfeast Home Tour

at Throughout Santa Fe

Much has been written about Santa Fe’s distinctive architecture, which is often hidden behind warm adobe walls.
12:30 PM – 3:30 PM

Taking Control of Your Creative Mind

at Everyday Center for Spiritual Living 1380 Vegas Verdes 505-629-9633

Learn how Terry McBride took charge of his thoughts, actions, feeling, and beliefs to create health in his life. On February 26th, 12:30 pm – 3:30 pm,
2 PM – midnight

STEM Activities

at Santa Fe Children’s Museum (505) 989-8359

Explore science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
2 PM – midnight

STORM by Theater Grottesco

at Center for Contemporary Arts 505-982-1338

2 PM – midnight

‘Cementville’ by Jane Martin

at Santa Fe University of Art and Design (505) 473-6133/(800) 456-2673

The comic sensation of the 1991 Humana Festival at the Actors Theatre of Louisville, this play is a brilliant portrayal of America’s fascination with fantasy entertainment. In a locker room in a seedy arena in Tennessee,
2 PM – midnight

‘Special Treatment Illuminations for The Saint John’s Bible’

at New Mexico History Museum/Palace of the Governors 505-476-5200

Artist, calligrapher and illuminator Diane von Arx will talk about her work for The Saint John’s Bible at 2 pm on Sunday, Feb. 26, in the History Museum auditorium. Her lecture,
2 PM

Cementville

at Greer Garson Theater – Santa Fe College (505) 473-6511

2 PM

CELEBRATE AGNES MARTIN

at Zane Bennett Contemporary Art 505 982 8111

2 PM – 4 PM

Artist’s Way Author Julia Cameron facilitating 12 week Artist Way workshop

at Unity Santa Fe 1212 Unity Way

ARTIST’S WAY AUTHOR JULIA CAMERON
will be personally facilitating The Artist’s Way
workshop for 12 weeks on creativity.
Come join Julia, now a Santa Fe resident,
on this spiritual and practical path to higher creativity.
2 PM – 4 PM

Theater Grottesco presents: STORM

at CCA’s Munoz Waxman Gallery 1050 Old Pecos Trail

STORM is a play about environment;
a journey into the social paradigms that prevent the world from taking action:
and a breath-taking ride that audiences and artists take together into unknown artistic form.
4 PM – midnight

Snake Feeding

at Santa Fe Children’s Museum (505) 989-8359

Come watch Peaches, the snake, eat her weekly meal.
4 PM – 5:30 PM

“Peaches and Queen: Etta James and Dinah Washington”

at Santa Fe Center for Spiritual Living 505 Camino de los Marquez

Songstress Patti Littlefield is just the ticket to perform jazz tributes to legendary divas Etta James (nicknamed “Peaches”) and Dinah Washington (nicknamed “Queen of the Blues”).
4 PM – 6 PM

Ramon Calderon A Sunday Afternoon in Havana

at El Farol 808 Canyon Rd (505) 983-9912

A Sunday Afternoon In Havana Imagine yourself with a mojito listening to Latin music in Old Havana. Ramon Calderon has recreated this scene right here at El Farol. Ramon is from Cuba, a great musician,
4:30 PM – 9:30 PM

Santa Fe Film Festival Oscar Viewing Party

at Rio Chama 414 Old Santa Fe Trail (505)955-0765

The Santa Fe Film Festival invites you to celebrate 2011 SFFF titles, The Artist, A Separation and Monsieur Lazhar and the films of 2011 at our Oscar® Viewing Party, Sunday, February 26 at Rio Chama.
5:30 PM – midnight

4th Annual Oscar Event

at Inn and Spa at Loretto 505-988-5531

A formal Mardi Gras event,
7 PM – midnight

Nacha Mendez @ El Farol

at El Farol (505) 983-9912

Nacha Mendez takes the stage every Sunday. Solo acoustic. Latin World Music. CD and prize giveaways during one of Nacha’s New Mexico History trivia Quiz.
7 PM

Winter Dance Escape

at 1140 Alto Street Santa Fe

Forty-eight emerging performing artists from NDI New Mexico’s Company XCel and Junior Company present an eclectic repertoire of contemporary dance and musical theater.
8 PM – 11 PM

ROB-A-LOU Johnny Cash’s Birthday Bash

at Cowgirl Cafe 319 S Guadalupe St (505) 982-2565

Celebrate the man in black’s birthday with Rob and the boys with some BIG BOLD AGGRESSIVE classic Johnny Cash and Rockabilly music. Vintage sound and gear. Rob-A-Lou gets people dancin’&shakin’,

Mon., February 27, 2012

 
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

Opening recption for: ALFONSO FRATTEGGIANI BIANCHI: TRIPTYCON

at Charlotte Jackson Fine Art In the Railyard Art District, 554 South Guadalupe 505-989-8688

Entering a gallery of paintings by Alfonso Fratteggiani Bianchi you feel as if you are walking into an ancient circle of standing stones, or the great cave at Lascaux with its pre-historic paintings of bison and horses,
8 AM – midnight

2 for 1 Horseback Riding for Couples

at Bishop’s Lodge Ranch Resort & Spa (505) 983-6377; 800-732-2240

The Stables at the Bishop’s Lodge Ranch Resort & Spa

Take a ride with us and enjoy the warm glow of magnificent sunsets, awe inspiring vistas under azure blue skies with scent of Piñon pines. Saddle up partner.

9 AM – 12:30 PM

“Precarious Poise” contemporary paintings by Jim Modiano

at Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Santa Fe, 107 West Barcelona Rd 505-982-9674

 
9:30 AM – 10:30 AM

Bobby Watson and Lisa Henry, with the Miami New World School of the Arts Jazz Quintet

at Capital High School gymnasium

Capital High School and Santa Fe High Schools, in collaboration with the California-based Thelonious Monk Institute of Jazz,
10 AM – 5 PM

Art by Pueblo Matriarchs

at Adobe Gallery 221 Canyon Road 505-955-0550

Adobe Gallery is currently exhibiting a limited number of pottery and paintings by former matriarch artists of New Mexico and Arizona Pueblos during February and March,
10 AM – 5 PM

AUCTION DONATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED FOR Celebraci�n 2012 Tapas! Vino! Chocolate! It’s a Party!!!

at AUCTION DONATIONS RECEIVED AT MUSEUM OF SPANISH COLONAL ART 750 Camino Lejo Santa Fe, NM 87505

AUCTION DONATIONS ARE CURRENTLY BEING RECEIVED AT THE MUSEUM OF SPANISH COLONAL ART FOR Celebraci�n 2012
(The event will take place on Saturday, March 10th, 2012, 4:30pm at the Lumpkins Ballroom, La Fonda Hotel, 100 E.
2 PM

Jeff Hengesbaugh, Lecture“The French Connection: An Analysis and Discussion of the Segesser II Hide Painting as an Historical Document”

at Museum of Spanish Colonial Art 750 Camino Lejo on Museum Hill 505-982.2226

Historian Jeff Hengesbaugh, a Research Associate for the Palace of the Governors History Museum of Santa Fe,
2 PM – 4 PM

GEEKS WHO DRINK TRIVIA CONTEST

at El Farol 808 Canyon Rd (505) 983-9912

 
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. Students ranging from ages three to adult learn the fundamental techniques of traditional and modern movements,
5:30 PM – midnight

Wiford for America Public Forum

at Wiford Gallery 505-982-2403

Independent candidate for President Tim Wiford will be speaking about how a SMART ECONOMY and ONE STANDARD OF JUSTICE help all of us,
7 PM – midnight

Wiford for America Public Forum

at Wiford Gallery 505-982-2403

Independent candidate for President Tim Wiford will be speaking about how a SMART ECONOMY and ONE STANDARD OF JUSTICE help all of us,
7 PM – midnight

Geeks Who Drink @ El Farol

at El Farol (505) 983-9912

Weekly pub quiz mondays @ El Farol

Simply, a quiz game played in a pub. It’s an Anglo-Irish tradition, but our goal is the same: to foster friendly competition, and promote social drinking.

7 PM – midnight

Flamenco Guitar Legend Chuscales

at La Boca 505/982-3433

La Boca is proud to present Flamenco guitar legend, Chuscales every Monday night. 7-9pm No cover charge. A native of Antequera, Spain,
7:30 PM – 10:30 PM

CURRY, SPRINGER&PRIMM

at La Fonda Hotel, La Fiesta Lounge, 100 E. San Francisco St 505-982-5511

R&R
FOR INFORMATION CALL 995-2363
8 PM – 10 PM

POETICA

at El Farol 808 Canyon Rd (505) 983-9912

 
9 PM – 11 PM

COWGIRL KARAOKE-Hosted by MICHELE LEIDIG

at Cowgirl Cafe 319 S Guadalupe St (505) 982-2565

COWGIRL KARAOKE-Hosted by MICHELE LEIDIG

Award-winning, long-running, ass-kicking Karaoke from Santa Fe’s Queen of Karaoke. 9-12 PM No Cover

Tue., February 28, 2012

 
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

Opening recption for: ALFONSO FRATTEGGIANI BIANCHI: TRIPTYCON

at Charlotte Jackson Fine Art In the Railyard Art District, 554 South Guadalupe 505-989-8688

Entering a gallery of paintings by Alfonso Fratteggiani Bianchi you feel as if you are walking into an ancient circle of standing stones, or the great cave at Lascaux with its pre-historic paintings of bison and horses,
8 AM – midnight

2 for 1 Horseback Riding for Couples

at Bishop’s Lodge Ranch Resort & Spa (505) 983-6377; 800-732-2240

The Stables at the Bishop’s Lodge Ranch Resort & Spa

Take a ride with us and enjoy the warm glow of magnificent sunsets, awe inspiring vistas under azure blue skies with scent of Piñon pines. Saddle up partner.

9 AM – 12:30 PM

“Precarious Poise” contemporary paintings by Jim Modiano

at Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Santa Fe, 107 West Barcelona Rd 505-982-9674

 
10 AM – 5 PM

Art by Pueblo Matriarchs

at Adobe Gallery 221 Canyon Road 505-955-0550

Adobe Gallery is currently exhibiting a limited number of pottery and paintings by former matriarch artists of New Mexico and Arizona Pueblos during February and March,
10 AM – 5 PM

AUCTION DONATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED FOR Celebraci�n 2012 Tapas! Vino! Chocolate! It’s a Party!!!

at AUCTION DONATIONS RECEIVED AT MUSEUM OF SPANISH COLONAL ART 750 Camino Lejo Santa Fe, NM 87505

AUCTION DONATIONS ARE CURRENTLY BEING RECEIVED AT THE MUSEUM OF SPANISH COLONAL ART FOR Celebraci�n 2012
(The event will take place on Saturday, March 10th, 2012, 4:30pm at the Lumpkins Ballroom, La Fonda Hotel, 100 E.
10:30 AM – 11:30 AM

Bobby Watson and Lisa Henry, with the Miami New World School of the Arts Jazz Quintet

at Santa Fe High gymnasium

Capital High School and Santa Fe High Schools, in collaboration with the California-based Thelonious Monk Institute of Jazz,
12:30 PM – 12:45 PM

ADULT LEARNING PROGRAM LOO’K Closer: Art Talks at Lunchtime

at Georgia O’Keeffe Museum, 217 Johnson Street 505-946-1000

The Georgia O’Keeffe Museum’s curatorial department leads an insightful 15-minute discussion about one work of art by O’Keeffe currently on exhibition.
COST: FREE with Museum admission.
Reservations: No reservations necessary.
4 PM – midnight

Little Yogis

at Santa Fe Children’s Museum (505) 989-8359

Move like animals as you practice balance and coordination. All ages. Santa Fe Children’s
Museum, 1050 Old Pecos Trail, 989-8359.
5 PM – midnight

$2-Tuesday @ Maria’s

at Maria’s New Mexican Kitchen 505-983-7929

Join Maria’s $2-Tuesday-Night Club and pay only $2.00 for the second entree of equal or lesser cost, every Tuesday Night from October through April,
5:30 PM – midnight

Sierra Club ‘n’ Beer

at Second Street Brewery @ Second Street 505-982-3030

Help protect the planet with good people and good beer! Grab a pint of local brew while testing your environmental know how at the Northern New Mexico Group’s Sierra Club n’ Beer mixer.
5:30 PM

SFCA Dinner at Quail Run

at Quail Run 505-986-2257

6 PM – midnight

Open Bluegrass Jam

at Backroad Pizza 505-955-9055

6-8 pm Bring your instrument and join in or just come and enjoy the fabulous live bluegrass music!

Open to everyone.

6 PM – 8 PM

ART AND LEADERSHIP FOR ADULTS Stories of Your Ancestors: Rediscover the Art of Oral Storytelling

at Museum Education Annex, 123 Grant Avenue 505-946-1000

Folk tales, myths, fables, legends… What do you need to know to tell a good story? This workshop will draw on proven memoir exercises to get you writing,
6:30 PM – midnight

Game Night

at Flying Star Cafe 505-216-3939

Mid-Week Game Night. Bring a favorite game. Majority rules on what we play. The venue is the Flying Star Cafe at the Rail Yard. They are reserving the big table by the windows for us.
7 PM – midnight

Trova! World Music Dinner Show at El Farol

at El Farol (505) 983-9912

Dear Friends,

I am pleased to announce my latest project Trova! Opens Aug.16! Trova will be an evening of some of my favorite songs from all the Spanish speaking countries of the world, the Middle East, Greece,

7:30 PM – 8:30 PM

Salsa Dance Classes-Winter/Spring Schedule

at Aspen Santa Fe Ballet 550-B St. Michaels Drive, Ste #1

 
7:30 PM – 10 PM

NOTES ON MUSIC…ROSSINI

at United Church of Santa Fe 1804 Arroyo Chamiso

Santa Fe Concert Association presents an intimate look at this most intriguing composer,
7:30 PM – 10:30 PM

Acoustic Open Mic hosted by Case Tanner

at Second Street Brewery Railyard district 505-982-3030

C’mon down every Tuesday from 7:30-10:30p as our friend Case hosts an acoustic open mic. Sign up when you get here and play a song or two…or three!
7:30 PM – 10:30 PM

CURRY, SPRINGER&PRIMM

at La Fonda Hotel, La Fiesta Lounge, 100 E. San Francisco St 505-982-5511

R&R
FOR INFORMATION CALL 995-2363
7:30 PM – 11 PM

Argentine Tango Milonga

at El Meson, 213 Washington Ave 505-983-6756

Tango Dancing
$5 Minimum Consumption
8 PM – 11 PM

BILL HEARNE

at Cowgirl Cafe 319 S Guadalupe St (505) 982-2565

Bill Hearne calls it ‘The Road:’ that metaphorical ribbon of honky-tonks, roadhouses, empty whiskey glasses,
9 PM – 11:30 PM

BLUES JAM

at El Farol 808 Canyon Rd (505) 983-9912

 Some of Santa Fe’s best musicians come together tonight to fill El Farol with the sounds of the Blues.

Stop by to listen, have some tapas, drink a drink, or even bring your harp or guitar and get in on the action!

Wed., February 29, 2012

 
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

Opening recption for: ALFONSO FRATTEGGIANI BIANCHI: TRIPTYCON

at Charlotte Jackson Fine Art In the Railyard Art District, 554 South Guadalupe 505-989-8688

Entering a gallery of paintings by Alfonso Fratteggiani Bianchi you feel as if you are walking into an ancient circle of standing stones, or the great cave at Lascaux with its pre-historic paintings of bison and horses,
12:30 AM – midnight

LoO’K Closer: Art Talks at Lunchtime

at Georgia O’Keeffe Museum 505-946-1000

 
9 AM – 12:30 PM

“Precarious Poise” contemporary paintings by Jim Modiano

at Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Santa Fe, 107 West Barcelona Rd 505-982-9674

 
10 AM – midnight

Art by Pueblo Matriarchs

at Adobe Gallery 505-955-0550

Adobe Gallery is currently exhibiting a limited number of pottery and paintings by former matriarch artists of New Mexico and Arizona Pueblos during February and March,
10 AM – 5 PM

AUCTION DONATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED FOR Celebraci�n 2012 Tapas! Vino! Chocolate! It’s a Party!!!

at AUCTION DONATIONS RECEIVED AT MUSEUM OF SPANISH COLONAL ART 750 Camino Lejo Santa Fe, NM 87505

AUCTION DONATIONS ARE CURRENTLY BEING RECEIVED AT THE MUSEUM OF SPANISH COLONAL ART FOR Celebraci�n 2012
(The event will take place on Saturday, March 10th, 2012, 4:30pm at the Lumpkins Ballroom, La Fonda Hotel, 100 E.
10:30 AM – midnight

Story Time

at Collected Works Bookstore & Coffeehouse (877)988-4226/(505)988-4226

Stories, songs,
10:45 AM – midnight

Weekly Story Time at Collected Works

at Collected Works Bookstore & Coffeehouse (877)988-4226/(505)988-4226

 
11 AM – midnight

Amazing Art With Julie

at Santa Fe Children’s Museum (505) 989-8359

Explore all you can do with fabric.
12:30 PM – 1:30 PM

ADULT LEARNING PROGRAM LOO’K Closer: Art Talks at Lunchtime

at Georgia O’Keeffe Museum, 217 Johnson Street 505-946-1000

The Georgia O’Keeffe Museum’s curatorial department leads an insightful 15-minute discussion about one work of art by O’Keeffe currently on exhibition.
COST: FREE with Museum admission.
3:30 PM – midnight

Glass Bead Making

at Santa Fe Children’s Museum (505) 989-8359

See how glass beads are made and design your own bead to take home.
4 PM – midnight

Maestros

at Santa Fe Children’s Museum (505) 989-8359

Experience all things musical as you explore the violin and other instruments.
5:30 PM – midnight

Wiford for America Public Forum

at Wiford Gallery 505-982-2403

Independent candidate for President Tim Wiford will be speaking about how a SMART ECONOMY and ONE STANDARD OF JUSTICE help all of us,
6 PM – 8 PM

BACKSTAGE BROADWAY WITH JOSEPH THALKEN

at The Lodge at Santa Fe Cabaret 505-992-5800 1-888-563-4373

The Santa Fe Concert Association presents Backstage Broadway: An Evening with Joseph Thalken, famed Broadway composer. Mr. Thalken will be joined by mezzo-soprano Alissa Anderson and tenor Javier Abreu.
6:30 PM – midnight

Wednesday Open Mic Night @ Santa Fe Sol

at Sol @ Santa Fe Brewing Company (505) 424-9637

Open mic with Jason Reed every Wednesday. Free recording of your performance! Come and bring your best!
6:30 PM

SFCA: Backstage Broadway: An Evening with Joseph Thalken

at The Lodge 505-992-5800 1-888-563-4373

7 PM – midnight

Nacha Mendez

at La Boca 505/982-3433

Nacha Mendez performs music from all the Spanish speaking countries of the world every Wednesday at La Boca.

There is no cover.

7 PM – midnight

Wiford for America Public Forum

at Wiford Gallery 505-982-2403

Independent candidate for President Tim Wiford will be speaking about how a SMART ECONOMY and ONE STANDARD OF JUSTICE help all of us,
7 PM – midnight

Trova! World Music Dinner Show at El Farol

at El Farol (505) 983-9912

Dear Friends,

I am pleased to announce my latest project Trova! Opens Aug.16! Trova will be an evening of some of my favorite songs from all the Spanish speaking countries of the world, the Middle East, Greece,

7 PM – midnight

Warehouse 21 Open Mic Night Jam

at Warehouse 21 505/989-4423

Open Mic Night Jam every Wednesday. 7-9pm.

Free Admission.

Some Wednesday’s will have special guests.

7 PM – 9 PM

Jim Almand

at El Meson, 213 Washington Ave 505-983-6756

Singer, songwriter, guitarist and harpist. No Cover
7 PM – 9 PM

Movies that Matter – “CARBON NATION”

at Santa Fe Farmers’ Market Pavilion 1607 Paseo de Peralta (505) 983-4098

Movies at the Farmers’ Market! Join us for an entertaining and informative evening that includes a state-of-the-art film about food, sustainable food, water, land and energy issues, and of course, the politics that influence them all.
7:30 PM – midnight

Santa Fe Institute Community Lecture

at James A. Little Theater 505-827-6760

The Most Human Human: What Artificial Intelligence Teaches Us About Being Alive
Brian Christian is the author of The Most Human Human: What Artificial Intelligence Teaches Us About Being Alive.
7:30 PM – 10:30 PM

Bill Hearne Trio

at La Fonda Hotel, La Fiesta Lounge, 100 E. San Francisco St 505-982-5511

Honkytonks, roadhouses, empty whiskey glasses, unrequited love are the brick and mortar of country music and there isn’t a better mason than Bill Hearne…

Bill Hearne calls it ‘The Road:’ that metaphorical ribbon of honky-tonks,

8 PM – midnight

Salsa Caliente!

at El Farol (505) 983-9912

 
8 PM – 11 PM

THE BUS TAPES

at Cowgirl Cafe 319 S Guadalupe St (505) 982-2565

Hailing from Santa Fe, New Mexico, The Bus Tapes are a fun and energetic band that have been entertaining local crowds since 2008. Their rhythmic, acoustic feel on top of relatable,
8:30 PM – 11:30 PM

SANGRE LATIN JAM-MUSICIANS WELCOME

at El Farol 808 Canyon Rd (505) 983-9912

 

Thu., March 1, 2012

 
all day

New Mexico Speech and Debate State Championship

at Castle Ranch Steakhouse at the Courtyard by Marriott 505-473-2800

The 2012 New Mexico Speech and Debate State Championship tournament is being held at Santa Fe Community College and the Courtyard Marriott March 1-3. This is the first year Santa Fe has hosted this major tournament,
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

DIY Santa Fe–March 2012 Spring Break

at Santa Fe Area – Artist Studios

Twenty-one local artists teaching 29 different art forms will hold DIY classes in March 2012.
Stay at the Inn during DIY Santa Fe and receive 20 percent off hotel rates.
all day

Opening recption for: ALFONSO FRATTEGGIANI BIANCHI: TRIPTYCON

at Charlotte Jackson Fine Art In the Railyard Art District, 554 South Guadalupe 505-989-8688

Entering a gallery of paintings by Alfonso Fratteggiani Bianchi you feel as if you are walking into an ancient circle of standing stones, or the great cave at Lascaux with its pre-historic paintings of bison and horses,
all day

VISIONS of the GUADALUPE

at Starbucks, 106 W. San Francisco st

” VISIONS of the GUADALUPE ” celebrating artist, James Joseph Roderick’s Guadalupe series will be exhibited at Starbucks, 106 W. San Francisco, Santa Fe, NM, just off the Plaza (March 1st – March 31st).
10 AM – 5 PM

Art by Pueblo Matriarchs

at Adobe Gallery 221 Canyon Road 505-955-0550

Adobe Gallery is currently exhibiting a limited number of pottery and paintings by former matriarch artists of New Mexico and Arizona Pueblos during February and March,
10 AM – 5 PM

AUCTION DONATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED FOR Celebraci�n 2012 Tapas! Vino! Chocolate! It’s a Party!!!

at AUCTION DONATIONS RECEIVED AT MUSEUM OF SPANISH COLONAL ART 750 Camino Lejo Santa Fe, NM 87505

AUCTION DONATIONS ARE CURRENTLY BEING RECEIVED AT THE MUSEUM OF SPANISH COLONAL ART FOR Celebraci�n 2012
(The event will take place on Saturday, March 10th, 2012, 4:30pm at the Lumpkins Ballroom, La Fonda Hotel, 100 E.
10:30 AM – midnight

Bilingual Story Time

at Santa Fe Children’s Museum (505) 989-8359

Dive deeper into each exhibit with a knowledgeable and fun educator.
10:45 AM – midnight

Weekly Story Time at Collected Works

at Collected Works Bookstore & Coffeehouse (877)988-4226/(505)988-4226

 
3 PM

Martha Egan, Lecture on Collectors and Collecting in Conjunction with the Exhbition “New Mexico Collects: Private Treasures”

at Museum of Spanish Colonial Art 750 Camino Lejo on Museum Hill 505-982.2226

Martha is an independent art historian, author, collector, and owner of Pachamama Gallery in Sante Fe. She will speak on collectors and collecting in conjunction with “New Mexico Collects: Private Treasures”.
3:30 PM – midnight

The Creative Workshop

at Santa Fe Children’s Museum (505) 989-8359

Work together to build, design and create everything from boats to masks.
3:30 PM – 5:30 PM

Kids Fashion Class

at Bacon-Richards Studio 227 Don Gaspar #28

Come join us on Thursday afternoons and learn about fashion, sewing, illustration and work on your own projects. The possibilities are endless: you can work on your project for the recycled trash fashion show, learn how to sew,
4 PM – midnight

Break Dancing Class

at Warehouse 21 505/989-4423

Learn to

  • Top rock
  • Drops
  • Down rock
  • Freezes
  • Power Moves
  • Routines
  • Free Style
  • And more.
 
5:30 PM – midnight

Wiford for America Public Forum

at Wiford Gallery 505-982-2403

Independent candidate for President Tim Wiford will be speaking about how a SMART ECONOMY and ONE STANDARD OF JUSTICE help all of us,
5:30 PM – midnight

Houston Johansen Hosts First Santa Fe Assembly

at Santa Fe Farmers Market Pavilion (505) 983-4098

WHAT: Houston Johansen begins to make good on his promise to bring new energy, more transparency, and collaborative democracy to city politics by hosting the first Santa Fe Assembly. In convening this open forum,
6:30 PM – midnight

Tim Valentine

at BODY 505-986-0362

Valentine has performed with various blues bands, and as a solo artist in Santa Fe and the surrounding area.  Tim has released two CDs, the first, “Where I’ve Been”, and his most recent, “Songs in the Silence”.
6:30 PM – midnight

El Mariachi Sonidos del Monte

at Steaksmith at El Gancho 505-988-3333

Mariachi Sonidos del Monte playing Thursday Evenings from 6:30pm-8:30pm in both the lounge and the dining room.. Please join us for a night of good eats and good music.
6:30 PM – 8:30 PM

Enchanting Belly Dance with the Saltanah Dancers

at Cleopatra Cafe on the Southside, 3482 Zafarano, 505-474-5644 505-820-7381

The Saltanah Dancers enchant at Cleopatra’s on the Southside! Come see our ever-changing belly dance show at this popular Middle Eastern restaurant. The Saltanah Dancers- Deborah, Areena, Michelle,
7 PM – midnight

Wiford for America Public Forum

at Wiford Gallery 505-982-2403

Independent candidate for President Tim Wiford will be speaking about how a SMART ECONOMY and ONE STANDARD OF JUSTICE help all of us,
7 PM – midnight

Scott Cadenasso

at Backroad Pizza 505-955-9055

Originally from the San Francisco Bay Area, Scott Cadenasso has been a fixture in the New Mexico music scene for nearly thirty years. He has been a principal member of several New Mexico bands spanning a broad pallette of genres.
7 PM – midnight

Trova! World Music Dinner Show at El Farol

at El Farol (505) 983-9912

Dear Friends,

I am pleased to announce my latest project Trova! Opens Aug.16! Trova will be an evening of some of my favorite songs from all the Spanish speaking countries of the world, the Middle East, Greece,

7:30 PM – midnight

Tony Furtado w/Melissa Crabtree

at Sol @ Santa Fe Brewing Company (505) 424-9637

Tony Furtado with Luke Price (2 time national fiddle champ, and electric guitar wiz) will be playing Santa Fe Sol Mar. 1 . Tony’s new album and DVD,
7:30 PM – 8:30 PM

Salsa Dance Classes-Winter/Spring Schedule

at Aspen Santa Fe Ballet 550-B St. Michaels Drive, Ste #1

 
7:30 PM – 9:30 PM

Patti LuPone – THE GYPSY IN MY SOU

at Lensic Performing Arts Center W. San Fransisco St 505 988 7050

Patti Ann LuPone (born April 21, 1949) is an American singer and actress, Buy Tickets
7:30 PM – 10:30 PM

Joe West&Friends

at Second Street Brewery Railyard district 505-982-3030

Eclectic Americana with Joe West&Friends. 6-9 pm every Thursday in February!
8 PM – midnight

Whiskey Shivers @ Cowgirl BBQ (FREE)

at Cowgirl BBQ (505) 982-2565

Hatched in the twilight months of ought nine, these five young men came from all corners of the US looking to do one thing: knock the dust off roots music.

A freewheelin’, trashgrassin’, folk tornado,

8 PM – 11 PM

TROVA DINNER SHOW

at El Farol 808 Canyon Rd (505) 983-9912

Nacha Mendez entertainer extraordinaire has put together a spectacular Dinner show.

She has combined musical influences from Spain, Latin America, Greece, Italy and the Middle East to bring you Trova.

8:30 PM – 11:30 PM

Eldorado Court Lounge Live Entertainment

at Nidah at Eldorado Hotel & Spa 505-995-4573

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.

Fri., March 2, 2012

 
all day

New Mexico Speech and Debate State Championship

at Courtyard by Marriott 505-473-2800

The 2012 New Mexico Speech and Debate State Championship tournament is being held at Santa Fe Community College and the Courtyard Marriott March 1-3. This is the first year Santa Fe has hosted this major tournament,
all day

‘A Seperation’ Opens at CCA Cinematheque

at Center for Contemporary Arts Cinematheque 505-982-1338

After his wife Simin leaves him, the middle-class Nader hires Razieh, a devout, impoverished woman, to look after his Alzheimer’s stricken father. But an accident pulls two families into a spiraling,
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

DIY Santa Fe–March 2012 Spring Break

at Santa Fe Area – Artist Studios

Twenty-one local artists teaching 29 different art forms will hold DIY classes in March 2012.
Stay at the Inn during DIY Santa Fe and receive 20 percent off hotel rates.
all day

INSIGHT: An art exhibit celebrating the work of visually impaired artists

at Centennial Project Space 54 1/2 East San Frnasisco Suite 2

For more information contact Eileen Braziel 505-699-4915
all day

Opening recption for: ALFONSO FRATTEGGIANI BIANCHI: TRIPTYCON

at Charlotte Jackson Fine Art In the Railyard Art District, 554 South Guadalupe 505-989-8688

Entering a gallery of paintings by Alfonso Fratteggiani Bianchi you feel as if you are walking into an ancient circle of standing stones, or the great cave at Lascaux with its pre-historic paintings of bison and horses,
all day

VISIONS of the GUADALUPE

at Starbucks, 106 W. San Francisco st

” VISIONS of the GUADALUPE ” celebrating artist, James Joseph Roderick’s Guadalupe series will be exhibited at Starbucks, 106 W. San Francisco, Santa Fe, NM, just off the Plaza (March 1st – March 31st).
9 AM – midnight

Preschool Prime Time

at Santa Fe Children’s Museum (505) 989-8359

A special time for children under 5 to enjoy exhibits and hands-on activities. Play dress-up,
dance and get your face painted.

Santa Fe Children’s Museum

10 AM – 5 PM

Art by Pueblo Matriarchs

at Adobe Gallery 221 Canyon Road 505-955-0550

Adobe Gallery is currently exhibiting a limited number of pottery and paintings by former matriarch artists of New Mexico and Arizona Pueblos during February and March,
3:30 PM – midnight

Open Studio

at Santa Fe Children’s Museum (505) 989-8359

Alternating each Friday between painting and drawing mediums. Explore art-making using
pastels, acrylics and inks.
4 PM – 5 AM

Drum&Journey Circle @ The Bishop’s Lodge

at The Bishop’s Lodge Resort&Spa 1297 Bishops Lodge Rd (505) 983-6377; 800-732-2240

5 PM – 7 PM

Opening reception for INSIGHT: An art exhibit celebrating the work of visually impaired artists

at Centennial Project Space 54 1/2 East San Frnasisco Suite 2

For more information contact Eileen Braziel 505-699-4915
5 PM – 7 PM

VISIONS of the GUADALUPE

at Starbucks, 106 W. San Francisco st

” VISIONS of the GUADALUPE ” celebrating artist, James Joseph Roderick’s Guadalupe series will be exhibited at Starbucks, 106 W. San Francisco, Santa Fe, NM, just off the Plaza (March 1st – March 31st).
5:30 PM – midnight

Wiford for America Public Forum

at Wiford Gallery 505-982-2403

Independent candidate for President Tim Wiford will be speaking about how a SMART ECONOMY and ONE STANDARD OF JUSTICE help all of us,
5:30 PM

New Mexico and the Movies

at St Francis Auditorium, Museum of Fine Arts (505) 476-5072

On Sale on 02/24/12 10:00AM MST
6 PM – 9 PM

Free Friday Night Tennis Fiesta

at Shellaberger Tennis Center, 1600 St. Michael’s Drive (enter at the Santa Fe University of Art&Design) (505) 473-6133/(800) 456-2673

To celebrate the re-opening of the Shellaberger Tennis Center under new ownership, Santa Fe’s world-class facility is throwing a free tennis party every Friday night for a year.
6:30 PM – midnight

Nacha Mendez

at Fuego at La Posada 505-954-9630

Nacha Mendez solo acoustic and sometimes with special guests. Latin World Music. No cover
7 PM – midnight

Wiford for America Public Forum

at Wiford Gallery 505-982-2403

Independent candidate for President Tim Wiford will be speaking about how a SMART ECONOMY and ONE STANDARD OF JUSTICE help all of us,
7 PM – midnight

A Dance Party Benefitting Kira, Josh, and the Kids!

at Sol @ Santa Fe Brewing Company (505) 424-9637

Our friends Kira and Josh and their 5 beautiful children lost their home to a fire this past fall. We have now found the perfect space and time to celebrate life and raise funds for this family in need.
7 PM – 9 PM

Ronald Roybal – Native American Flute and Spanish Classical Guitar

at Hotel Santa Fe, 1501 Paseo de Peralta 505-982-1200 800-825-9876

Native American Flute and Spanish Classical Guitar Music by six-time Native American Music Award Nominee and two-time New Mexico Music Industry Award winner Ronald Roybal.
7:30 PM – 9 PM

New Dances

at Moving People Dance 505-438-9180

Moving People Dance Presents

NEW DANCES… and intimate evening of contemporary choreography
MPD’s open choreographer’s showcase give local artists the chance, twice a year, to present their work for free in our theater.

7:30 PM – 9:30 PM

LOVELAND

at The Lodge 750 North Saint Francis Drive 505-992-5800 1-888-563-4373

What’s so funny about death? Plenty, if you’re award-winning writer/performer, Ann Randolph, renowned for transforming tragedy into humor. Randolph’s critically acclaimed solo show, LOVELAND, Buy Tickets
8 PM – midnight

‘Cementville’ by Jane Martin

at Santa Fe University of Art and Design (505) 473-6133/(800) 456-2673

The comic sensation of the 1991 Humana Festival at the Actors Theatre of Louisville, this play is a brilliant portrayal of America’s fascination with fantasy entertainment. In a locker room in a seedy arena in Tennessee,
8 PM

Cementville

at Greer Garson Theater – Santa Fe College (505) 473-6511

8:30 PM – midnight

Night Train

at La Fonda Hotel, La Fiesta Lounge, 100 E. San Francisco St 505-982-5511

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

Sat., March 3, 2012

 
all day

New Mexico Speech and Debate State Championship

at Courtyard by Marriott 505-473-2800

The 2012 New Mexico Speech and Debate State Championship tournament is being held at Santa Fe Community College and the Courtyard Marriott March 1-3. This is the first year Santa Fe has hosted this major tournament,
all day

The Historical Society of New Mexico’s 2012 Statehood History Conference

at Santa Fe Convention Center (505) 955-6200

Outlaws, Rough Riders, classic restaurants and a possible spy will come to life at the 2012 New Mexico Statehood History Conference, May 3-5, in Santa Fe.
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

DIY Santa Fe–March 2012 Spring Break

at Santa Fe Area – Artist Studios

Twenty-one local artists teaching 29 different art forms will hold DIY classes in March 2012.
Stay at the Inn during DIY Santa Fe and receive 20 percent off hotel rates.
all day

INSIGHT: An art exhibit celebrating the work of visually impaired artists

at Centennial Project Space 54 1/2 East San Frnasisco Suite 2

For more information contact Eileen Braziel 505-699-4915
all day

Opening recption for: ALFONSO FRATTEGGIANI BIANCHI: TRIPTYCON

at Charlotte Jackson Fine Art In the Railyard Art District, 554 South Guadalupe 505-989-8688

Entering a gallery of paintings by Alfonso Fratteggiani Bianchi you feel as if you are walking into an ancient circle of standing stones, or the great cave at Lascaux with its pre-historic paintings of bison and horses,
all day

VISIONS of the GUADALUPE

at Starbucks, 106 W. San Francisco st

” VISIONS of the GUADALUPE ” celebrating artist, James Joseph Roderick’s Guadalupe series will be exhibited at Starbucks, 106 W. San Francisco, Santa Fe, NM, just off the Plaza (March 1st – March 31st).
8 AM – 1 PM

Santa Fe Farmers’ Market

at Santa Fe Farmers’ Market Pavilion 1607 Paseo de Peralta (505) 983-4098

The Winter Farmers’ Market in the Santa Fe Railyard provides the freshest greens, hydroponic tomatoes, and other winter veggies grown by Northern New Mexico farmers; plus, local sustainably raised meats, eggs, cheeses, baked goods,
9 AM – midnight

Santa Fe Artists Market-Winter Show

at Sanbusco Market Center 505/989-9390

WINTER SHOW – Sanbusco Center (Inside Border’s Bldg) Local juried artists.  Painting, photography, sculpture, jewelry, pottery, fiber,
10 AM – midnight

Calligraphers Offer Free Demonstrations and Hands-On Tips

at New Mexico History Museum/Palace of the Governors 505-476-5200

As part of the new exhibitions Illuminating the Word: The Saint John’s Bible and Contemplative Landscape,
10 AM – midnight

Market Basket Weaving with Irene Smith

at Espanola Valley Fiber Arts Center 505-747-3577

Pre-registration required!  Call 505-747-3577 or email: education@evfac.org – $85; $20 materials fee.

To Market, to Market. Any rectangular or square basket with a handle is known as a market basket.

10 AM – 12 PM

Improv 4 Life! Playshop

at Everyday Center for Spiritual Living 1380 Vegas Verdes 505-629-9633

Apply the Rules of Improv in creative ways NOW…in everyday situations!  Who knew Improv had ‘rules”?  You just get up and say whatever comes to mind.  Yes, and….
10 AM – 4:30 PM

Prajna Yoga Day Long: Building Courage in the Heart—Backbends with Surya and Linda

at Prajna Yoga Studio

Backbends create suppleness and strength in the spinal column. By expanding the chest, they serve to generate lightness and space around the heart. When the chest cavity opens, there is greater capacity for prana (breath).
10 AM – 5 PM

Art by Pueblo Matriarchs

at Adobe Gallery 221 Canyon Road 505-955-0550

Adobe Gallery is currently exhibiting a limited number of pottery and paintings by former matriarch artists of New Mexico and Arizona Pueblos during February and March,
10:30 AM – midnight

Santa Fe Southern Railway’s Grand Re-Opening!

at Santa Fe Southern Railway Inc (505)989-8600

 
2 PM – midnight

Bill Hearne @ Cowgirl BBQ

at Cowgirl BBQ (505) 982-2565

Bill Hearne calls it ‘The Road:’ that metaphorical ribbon of honky-tonks, roadhouses, empty whiskey glasses,
2 PM

DANZA FOLKLORICA QUETZAL

at El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe, 555 Camino de la Familia (505) 992-0591

Danza Folklorica Quetzal for secondary school and college age students. Info: (505) 992-0591 or (505) 603-7997 (Xochitl). There is no charge. A co-operation of Antonina Valdez Romp, Director,
4 PM – 5 AM

Drum&Journey Circle @ The Bishop’s Lodge

at The Bishop’s Lodge Resort&Spa 1297 Bishops Lodge Rd (505) 983-6377; 800-732-2240

6 PM – midnight

Readers Club: My Faraway One: Selected Letters of Georgia O’Keeffe and Alfred Stieglitz: Volume One

at Georgia O’Keeffe Education Annex 505-946-1000

This long-awaited volume of 650 letters is edited and annotated by leading photography scholar,
6 PM – midnight

Gospel Jam

at Zia Methodist Church (505) 471-0997

Gospel Jams: 3368 Governor Miles Road – Santa Fe NM 87507 Zia United Methodist Church will begin Gospel Jams on Saturday nights at 6pm.
6 PM – midnight

Eryn Bent @ Steaksmith

at Steaksmith at El Gancho 505-988-3333

Relax and lounge to the melodies of Singer/Songwriter Eryn Bent every Saturday from 6-9pm at Steaksmith at El Gancho.
6 PM – midnight

E Christina Herr & Wild Frontier

at Second Street Brewery @ Second Street 505-982-3030

Western Gothic at its finest!
6:30 PM – midnight

Nacha Mendez

at Fuego at La Posada 505-954-9630

Nacha Mendez performs music from all the Spanish speaking countries of the world inside FUEGO Restaurant and Wine bar at La Posada every Saturday.
6:30 PM – 10:30 PM

Santa Fe Prep’s Winter Wonderland Gala

at The Club at Las Campanas 505-995-3500

 
7 PM – midnight

Los Lonely Boys

at Sol @ Santa Fe Brewing Company (505) 424-9637

 Los Lonely Boys in a special, intimate benefit concert event at SOL Santa Fe in memory of Yuliana Reyes Vasquez. All profits from this show will go to benefit the Vasquez family after the tragic accident on Dec.
7 PM – 9 PM

Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar

at Epazote Restaurant, 416 Agua Fria, Santa Fe

Dine to the sweet, tropical sounds of Hawaiian slack key guitar. Gentle, relaxing, and good for the digestion!
7 PM – 9 PM

Los Lonely Boys * The Dunwells

at Sol Stage at Santa Fe Brewing Co. 37 Fireplace Ln

 
7 PM – 9 PM

Ronald Roybal – Native American Flute and Spanish Classical Guitar

at Hotel Santa Fe, 1501 Paseo de Peralta 505-982-1200 800-825-9876

Native American Flute and Spanish Classical Guitar Music by six-time Native American Music Award Nominee and two-time New Mexico Music Industry Award winner Ronald Roybal.
7:30 PM – midnight

New Dances

at Moving People Dance Theatre, Inc 505-438-9180

Moving People Dance Presents

NEW DANCES… and intimate evening of contemporary choreography
MPD’s open choreographer’s showcase give local artists the chance, twice a year, to present their work for free in our theater.

7:30 PM

SFCA: Apollo’s Fire

at Lensic Performing Arts Center 505 988 7050

Featuring NELL SNAIDAS, soprano &STEVE PLAYER, Buy Tickets
7:30 PM

Los Lonely Boys

at Santa Fe Brewing Pub & Grill (505) 424-9637

7:30 PM – 9:30 PM

LOVELAND

at The Lodge 750 North Saint Francis Drive 505-992-5800 1-888-563-4373

What’s so funny about death? Plenty, if you’re award-winning writer/performer, Ann Randolph, renowned for transforming tragedy into humor. Randolph’s critically acclaimed solo show, LOVELAND, Buy Tickets
7:30 PM – 10 PM

Apollo’s Fire in“Mediterranean Nights: Sultry Songs and Passionate Dances from Italy and Spain”

at Lensic Performing Art Center 211 W. San Francisco St

Named for the classical god of music and the sun, Apollo’s Fire was founded in 1992 by the award-winning young harpsichordist and conductor Jeanette Sorrell,
8 PM – midnight

‘Cementville’ by Jane Martin

at Santa Fe University of Art and Design (505) 473-6133/(800) 456-2673

The comic sensation of the 1991 Humana Festival at the Actors Theatre of Louisville, this play is a brilliant portrayal of America’s fascination with fantasy entertainment. In a locker room in a seedy arena in Tennessee,
8 PM

Cementville

at Greer Garson Theater – Santa Fe College (505) 473-6511

8 PM – 11 PM

Night Train

at La Fonda Hotel, La Fiesta Lounge, 100 E. San Francisco St 505-982-5511

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

Sun., March 4, 2012

 
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

DIY Santa Fe–March 2012 Spring Break

at Santa Fe Area – Artist Studios

Twenty-one local artists teaching 29 different art forms will hold DIY classes in March 2012.
Stay at the Inn during DIY Santa Fe and receive 20 percent off hotel rates.
all day

INSIGHT: An art exhibit celebrating the work of visually impaired artists

at Centennial Project Space 54 1/2 East San Frnasisco Suite 2

For more information contact Eileen Braziel 505-699-4915
all day

Opening recption for: ALFONSO FRATTEGGIANI BIANCHI: TRIPTYCON

at Charlotte Jackson Fine Art In the Railyard Art District, 554 South Guadalupe 505-989-8688

Entering a gallery of paintings by Alfonso Fratteggiani Bianchi you feel as if you are walking into an ancient circle of standing stones, or the great cave at Lascaux with its pre-historic paintings of bison and horses,
all day

Santa Fe Restaurant Week

at Participating Santa Fe restaurants

 
all day

VISIONS of the GUADALUPE

at Starbucks, 106 W. San Francisco st

” VISIONS of the GUADALUPE ” celebrating artist, James Joseph Roderick’s Guadalupe series will be exhibited at Starbucks, 106 W. San Francisco, Santa Fe, NM, just off the Plaza (March 1st – March 31st).
12:30 AM – midnight

Jim “Kando” Green

at BODY 505-986-0362

Learn Zen meditation in a relaxed setting. This gathering will include instruction for the techniques in Zen meditation, discussion of the history and context of Zen practice, opportunities for questions and a guided meditation.
9:30 AM – midnight

Spinning Novelty Yarns: Part II with Glenna Dean

at Espanola Valley Fiber Arts Center 505-747-3577

Pre-registration required!  Call 505-747-3577 or email: education@evfac.org. – $90, $15 materials fee.

We will focus on “constructed novelty yarns” for lack of a better title, mostly core-spinning, including snarl yarns,

9:30 AM – 11:30 PM

Sunday Spiritual Gathering

at Everyday Center for Spiritual Living 1380 Vegas Verdes 505-629-9633

 
10 AM – midnight

Calligraphers Offer Free Demonstrations and Hands-On Tips

at New Mexico History Museum/Palace of the Governors 505-476-5200

As part of the new exhibitions Illuminating the Word: The Saint John’s Bible and Contemplative Landscape,
10 AM – midnight

Art by Pueblo Matriarchs

at Adobe Gallery 505-955-0550

Adobe Gallery is currently exhibiting a limited number of pottery and paintings by former matriarch artists of New Mexico and Arizona Pueblos during February and March,
10 AM – 4 PM

Railyard Artisan Market

at Santa Fe Farmers’ Market Pavilion 1607 Paseo de Peralta (505) 983-4098

 
2 PM – midnight

STEM Activities

at Santa Fe Children’s Museum (505) 989-8359

Explore science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
2 PM – midnight

‘Cementville’ by Jane Martin

at Santa Fe University of Art and Design (505) 473-6133/(800) 456-2673

The comic sensation of the 1991 Humana Festival at the Actors Theatre of Louisville, this play is a brilliant portrayal of America’s fascination with fantasy entertainment. In a locker room in a seedy arena in Tennessee,
2 PM – midnight

Santa Fe Southern Railway’s Grand Re-Opening!

at Santa Fe Southern Railway Inc (505)989-8600

 
2 PM

Cementville

at Greer Garson Theater – Santa Fe College (505) 473-6511

2 PM – 4 PM

Artist’s Way Author Julia Cameron facilitating 12 week Artist Way workshop

at Unity Santa Fe 1212 Unity Way

ARTIST’S WAY AUTHOR JULIA CAMERON
will be personally facilitating The Artist’s Way
workshop for 12 weeks on creativity.
Come join Julia, now a Santa Fe resident,
on this spiritual and practical path to higher creativity.
4 PM – midnight

Snake Feeding

at Santa Fe Children’s Museum (505) 989-8359

Come watch Peaches, the snake, eat her weekly meal.
4 PM – midnight

Celebration of the Enduring American Popular Song @ Vanessie’s

at Vanessie of Santa Fe 505-982-9966

This March marks the seventh annual “Celebration of the Enduring American Popular Song” showcase, now in its seventh year.
4 PM – 6 PM

Ramon Calderon A Sunday Afternoon in Havana

at El Farol 808 Canyon Rd (505) 983-9912

A Sunday Afternoon In Havana Imagine yourself with a mojito listening to Latin music in Old Havana. Ramon Calderon has recreated this scene right here at El Farol. Ramon is from Cuba, a great musician,
5 PM – midnight

Book Launch and Meet the Author: Larry Seeley

at Cities of Gold Casino (505) 455-3313/1-800-455-3313

Larry Seeley, author of Gypsies, Tramps, and Thieves will be signing books and meeting the public at Cities of Gold Casino on March 4, 5, & 6 from 5:00 to 7:30 PM. The first 250 attendees will receive a free copy of his latest novel,
7 PM – midnight

Nacha Mendez

at El Farol (505) 983-9912

Nacha Mendez takes the stage every Sunday. Solo acoustic. Latin World Music. CD and prize giveaways during one of Nacha’s New Mexico History trivia Quiz.
10 PM – 5 AM

E PLURIBUS UNUM

at New Mexico Museum of Art (505) 476-5072

Axle Contemporary, creators of this summer’s imaginative Haiku Roadsign Project, will present E PLURIBUS UNUM: From Many One, their latest project, at eleven venues around Santa Fe, stopping at the New Mexico Museum of Art on Sunday,

Mon., March 5, 2012

 
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

DIY Santa Fe–March 2012 Spring Break

at Santa Fe Area – Artist Studios

Twenty-one local artists teaching 29 different art forms will hold DIY classes in March 2012.
Stay at the Inn during DIY Santa Fe and receive 20 percent off hotel rates.
all day

INSIGHT: An art exhibit celebrating the work of visually impaired artists

at Centennial Project Space 54 1/2 East San Frnasisco Suite 2

For more information contact Eileen Braziel 505-699-4915
all day

Opening recption for: ALFONSO FRATTEGGIANI BIANCHI: TRIPTYCON

at Charlotte Jackson Fine Art In the Railyard Art District, 554 South Guadalupe 505-989-8688

Entering a gallery of paintings by Alfonso Fratteggiani Bianchi you feel as if you are walking into an ancient circle of standing stones, or the great cave at Lascaux with its pre-historic paintings of bison and horses,
all day

Santa Fe Restaurant Week

at Participating Santa Fe restaurants

 
all day

VISIONS of the GUADALUPE

at Starbucks, 106 W. San Francisco st

” VISIONS of the GUADALUPE ” celebrating artist, James Joseph Roderick’s Guadalupe series will be exhibited at Starbucks, 106 W. San Francisco, Santa Fe, NM, just off the Plaza (March 1st – March 31st).
8:30 AM – 9:30 AM

BREAKFAST WITH O’KEEFFE Jaune Quick-to-See Smith’s New Mexico Landscapes

at Georgia O’keefe 217 Johnson Street 505-946-1000

Artist Emmi Whitehorse will discuss her creative friendship with Jaune Quick-to-See Smith, their work together and Emmi’s personal perspective on art-making.
10 AM – 5 PM

Art by Pueblo Matriarchs

at Adobe Gallery 221 Canyon Road 505-955-0550

Adobe Gallery is currently exhibiting a limited number of pottery and paintings by former matriarch artists of New Mexico and Arizona Pueblos during February and March,
2 PM – 4 PM

GEEKS WHO DRINK TRIVIA CONTEST

at El Farol 808 Canyon Rd (505) 983-9912

 
5 PM – midnight

Book Launch and Meet the Author: Larry Seeley

at Cities of Gold Casino (505) 455-3313/1-800-455-3313

Larry Seeley, author of Gypsies, Tramps, and Thieves will be signing books and meeting the public at Cities of Gold Casino on March 4, 5, & 6 from 5:00 to 7:30 PM. The first 250 attendees will receive a free copy of his latest novel,
7 PM – midnight

Flamenco Guitar Legend Chuscales

at La Boca 505/982-3433

La Boca is proud to present Flamenco guitar legend, Chuscales every Monday night. 7-9pm No cover charge. A native of Antequera, Spain,
7:30 PM – 9:30 PM

3RD ANNUAL SXSF TRANSIT MUSIC FESTIVAL – Saul Williams w/ CX Kidtronik

at Sol Stage at Santa Fe Brewing Co. 37 Fireplace Ln

 
7:30 PM – 11 PM

Paula Rhae McDonald

at La Fonda Hotel La Fiesta Lounge 100 E San Francisco St 505-982-5511

Country
FOR INFORMATION CALL 995-2363
8 PM – 10 PM

POETICA

at El Farol 808 Canyon Rd (505) 983-9912

 
8 PM – 10 PM

Saul Williams

at Sol Stage at Santa Fe Brewing Co. 37 Fireplace Ln

 
9 PM – midnight

Cowgirl Karaoke hosted by Michele Leidig

at Cowgirl BBQ (505) 982-2565

COWGIRL KARAOKE-Hosted by MICHELE LEIDIG

Award-winning, long-running, ass-kicking Karaoke from Santa Fe’s Queen of Karaoke. 9-12 PM No Cover

Tue., March 6, 2012

 
4 PM – midnight

Little Yogis

at Santa Fe Children’s Museum (505) 989-8359

Move like animals as you practice balance and coordination. All ages. Santa Fe Children’s
Museum, 1050 Old Pecos Trail, 989-8359.
5 PM – midnight

Book Launch and Meet the Author: Larry Seeley

at Cities of Gold Casino (505) 455-3313/1-800-455-3313

Larry Seeley, author of Gypsies, Tramps, and Thieves will be signing books and meeting the public at Cities of Gold Casino on March 4, 5, & 6 from 5:00 to 7:30 PM. The first 250 attendees will receive a free copy of his latest novel,
5 PM – midnight

$2-Tuesday @ Maria’s

at Maria’s New Mexican Kitchen 505-983-7929

Join Maria’s $2-Tuesday-Night Club and pay only $2.00 for the second entree of equal or lesser cost, every Tuesday Night from October through April,
6 PM – midnight

Open Bluegrass Jam

at Backroad Pizza 505-955-9055

6-8 pm Bring your instrument and join in or just come and enjoy the fabulous live bluegrass music!

Open to everyone.

7 PM – midnight

Trova! World Music Dinner Show at El Farol

at El Farol (505) 983-9912

Dear Friends,

I am pleased to announce my latest project Trova! Opens Aug.16! Trova will be an evening of some of my favorite songs from all the Spanish speaking countries of the world, the Middle East, Greece,

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Santa Fe Event Calendar Feb. 17-26, 2012

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

Covering Friday, February 17, 2012 thru Monday, February 27, 2012

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

Fri., February 17, 2012

 
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 – midnight

Preschool Prime Time

at Santa Fe Children’s Museum (505) 989-8359

A special time for children under 5 to enjoy exhibits and hands-on activities. Play dress-up,
dance and get your face painted.Santa Fe Children’s Museum

9 AM – 12:30 PM

“Precarious Poise” contemporary paintings by Jim Modiano

at Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Santa Fe, 107 West Barcelona Rd 505-982-9674

 
10 AM – 5 PM

Art by Pueblo Matriarchs

at Adobe Gallery 221 Canyon Road 505-955-0550

Adobe Gallery is currently exhibiting a limited number of pottery and paintings by former matriarch artists of New Mexico and Arizona Pueblos during February and March,
10 AM – 12:15 PM

BREAD and CHOCOLATE: An Artisanal Epicurean Delight NEW!!

at State Capitol Building 505-986-4589

 
3 PM – 3:30 PM

Spiritual Circles

at Santa Fe Railyard Park 505-982-3373

Church for the Non-Church Going Crowd Looking For the Benefits of Congregation!Spiritual Circles elevate all attendees to the highest level of the most advanced participant. If all attend, all will be elevated higher.

3:30 PM – midnight

Open Studio

at Santa Fe Children’s Museum (505) 989-8359

Work with a local artist to explore the world of art, using everything from acrylics to pastel, watercolor to blocks and glue.
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. Students ranging from ages three to adult learn the fundamental techniques of traditional and modern movements,
4 PM – 5 AM

Drum&Journey Circle @ The Bishop’s Lodge

at The Bishop’s Lodge Resort&Spa 1297 Bishops Lodge Rd (505) 983-6377; 800-732-2240

5 PM – midnight

Meow Wolf Performance at SITE Santa Fe

at SITE Santa Fe (505) 989-1199

Time-Lapse challenges the notion that an exhibition is a fixed entity with artworks that remain consistent throughout the time the exhibition is on view.
5:30 PM

The Arts in New Mexico

at Saint Francis Auditorium, Museum of Fine Arts (505) 476-5072

5:45 PM – midnight

Live Music & Vinyasa

at BODY 505-986-0362

LIVE MUSIC & VINYASA led by Emily Branden
Friday, February 17th 5:45-7pmCome move and groove…
with mood progressive electric guitar by Jesse Berlin

6 PM – 9 PM

Free Friday Night Tennis Fiesta

at Shellaberger Tennis Center, 1600 St. Michael’s Drive (enter at the Santa Fe University of Art&Design) (505) 473-6133/(800) 456-2673

To celebrate the re-opening of the Shellaberger Tennis Center under new ownership, Santa Fe’s world-class facility is throwing a free tennis party every Friday night for a year.
6 PM – 9 PM

The Country Blues Revue

at Second Street Brewery 1814 Second Street 505-982-3030

Santa Fe’s Blues scene has been enriched during the last 2 years with the new group The Country Blues Revue. Starting as the acoustic blues duo of Marc and Mike,
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 – midnight

Nacha Mendez

at Fuego at La Posada 505-954-9630

Nacha Mendez solo acoustic and sometimes with special guests. Latin World Music. No cover
7 PM

Travelling Light

at Lensic Performing Arts Center 505 988 7050

he Lensic presents, as part of the National Theatre Live (NT Live) series, Nicholas Wright’s new play, Travelling Light, directed by Nicholas Hytner on February 17. Following Vincent in Brixton and The Reporter, Buy Tickets
7 PM – 9 PM

Theater Grottesco presents: STORM

at CCA’s Munoz Waxman Gallery 1050 Old Pecos Trail

STORM is a play about environment;
a journey into the social paradigms that prevent the world from taking action:
and a breath-taking ride that audiences and artists take together into unknown artistic form.
7 PM – 9:30 PM

National Theatre Live TRAVELLING LIGHT

at Lensic Performing Art Center 211 W. San Francisco St

Following Vincent in Brixton and The Reporter, Wright’s new play is a funny and fascinating tribute to the Eastern European immigrants who became major players in Hollywood’s golden age.
7:30 PM – midnight

Laurie Lewis and the Right Hands

at Sol @ Santa Fe Brewing Company (505) 424-9637

Grammy Award winner and 2 time IBMA (International Bluegrass Music Association) Female Vocalist of the Year, Laurie Lewis returns to Santa Fe while touring in support of her latest cd, Skippin’ and Flyin’,
7:30 PM – 8:30 PM

Chuscales – Solo Flamenco Guitar

at 1808 Second Street

Chuscales was born in Antequera, Spain in 1956 and grew up in the midst of one of the most well-known gypsy families in Granada. He started his career as a flamenco dancer,
7:30 PM – 9:30 PM

Southwest Roots Music&SF Performance Exchange present Laurie Lewis&The Right Hands

at Sol Stage at Santa Fe Brewing Co. 37 Fireplace Ln

 
7:30 PM – 10:30 PM

The Three Faces of Jazz

at El Meson, 213 Washington Ave 505-983-6756

Classic Swinging Jazz Piano Trio
featuring Dan Borton on Alto Sax.
7:30 PM – 11 PM

WISE GUYS

at La Fonda Hotel, La Fiesta Lounge, 100 E. San Francisco St 505-982-5511

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

Tiho Dimitrov @ Vanessie Santa Fe

at Vanessie 505-982-9966

Tiho Dimitrov returns to Vanessie Santa Fe for another showcase of original songs. If you like artists such as Eric Clapton, Mark Knopfler, Buddy Guy, Jonny Lang, John Mayer, Carlos Santana, then you will definetely enjoy this show.
8 PM – 11 PM

Julie Neumark and Luis Oliart

at Cowgirl Cafe 319 S Guadalupe St (505) 982-2565

“Funky Country Blues Rock for The Soul” is how the sound of Julie Neumark teaming up with Luis Oliart has been described.“Oliart brings the funk of Parliament,

8:30 PM – 11:30 PM

Eldorado Court Lounge Live Entertainment

at Nidah at Eldorado Hotel & Spa 505-995-4573

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 – 11:30 PM

WHITE BUFFALO — NORTHERN ROCK

at El Farol 808 Canyon Rd (505) 983-9912

 

Sat., February 18, 2012

 
all day

Time-Lapse: a SITE Santa Fe Exhibit

at SITE Santa Fe (505) 989-1199

Time-Lapse challenges the notion that an exhibition is a fixed entity with artworks that remain consistent throughout the time the exhibition is on view.
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.

8 AM – 1 PM

Santa Fe Farmers’ Market

at Santa Fe Farmers’ Market Pavilion 1607 Paseo de Peralta (505) 983-4098

The Winter Farmers’ Market in the Santa Fe Railyard provides the freshest greens, hydroponic tomatoes, and other winter veggies grown by Northern New Mexico farmers; plus, local sustainably raised meats, eggs, cheeses, baked goods,
9 AM – midnight

Santa Fe Artists Market-Winter Show

at Sanbusco Market Center 505/989-9390

WINTER SHOW – Sanbusco Center (Inside Border’s Bldg) Local juried artists.  Painting, photography, sculpture, jewelry, pottery, fiber,
9 AM – 12:30 PM

“Precarious Poise” contemporary paintings by Jim Modiano

at Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Santa Fe, 107 West Barcelona Rd 505-982-9674

 
10 AM – midnight

Weight Loss and Mental Fitness

at Marty Sanchez Links de Santa Fe (505) 955-4400

The final session of “Winter Golf Fitness Workshops” will conclude at Marty Sanchez Links de Santa Fe this Saturday with certified personal trainer, Jeff Nailen.
10 AM – midnight

Calligraphers Offer Free Demonstrations and Hands-On Tips

at New Mexico History Museum/Palace of the Governors 505-476-5200

As part of the new exhibitions Illuminating the Word: The Saint John’s Bible and Contemplative Landscape,
10 AM – 5 PM

Art by Pueblo Matriarchs

at Adobe Gallery 221 Canyon Road 505-955-0550

Adobe Gallery is currently exhibiting a limited number of pottery and paintings by former matriarch artists of New Mexico and Arizona Pueblos during February and March,
2 PM

DANZA FOLKLORICA QUETZAL

at El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe, 555 Camino de la Familia (505) 992-0591

Danza Folklorica Quetzal for secondary school and college age students. Info: (505) 992-0591 or (505) 603-7997 (Xochitl). There is no charge. A co-operation of Antonina Valdez Romp, Director,
2 PM

Waterwise&Wonderful 2012 Spring Seminar Series

at Santa Fe Greenhouses 2904 Rufina Street 505-473-2700

 
2 PM – 5 PM

Ed and Neil Pearlman

at Cowgirl Cafe 319 S Guadalupe St (505) 982-2565

Scottish & Cape Breton Music with flavors of jazz, latin, & funk! Ed Pearlman has performed many styles of music, but has specialized in Scottish/Cape Breton fiddling for 30 years. He has toured with Highland Soles,
4 PM – 5:30 PM

FIDDLE&CELLO WORKSHOP WITH LAURA CORTESE, VALERIE THOMPSON and MARIEL VANDERSTEEL

at Belisama/Charisma Studios, 901 W. San Mateo, Suite X (above Yoga Source) in Santa Fe

Laura Cortese, a graduate of Berklee College of Music, teaches fiddle and singing workshops and private lessons internationally at Newcastle University in England,
4 PM – 5 AM

Drum&Journey Circle @ The Bishop’s Lodge

at The Bishop’s Lodge Resort&Spa 1297 Bishops Lodge Rd (505) 983-6377; 800-732-2240

6 PM – midnight

Vanessie Belly Dance Dinner Show

at Vanessie 505-982-9966

Once again, Deborah,
6 PM – midnight

Gospel Jam

at Zia United Methodist Church (505) 471-0997

Gospel Jams: 3368 Governor Miles Road – Santa Fe NM 87507 Zia United Methodist Church will begin Gospel Jams on Saturday nights at 6pm.
6 PM – midnight

Eryn Bent @ Steaksmith

at Steaksmith at El Gancho 505-988-3333

Relax and lounge to the melodies of Singer/Songwriter Eryn Bent every Saturday from 6-9pm at Steaksmith at El Gancho.
6 PM – 7:15 PM

VANESSIE BELLY DANCE DINNER SHOW&THE PLEASURE PILOTS!

at Vanessie Santa Fe, 434 W. San Francisco

Once again, Deborah, Michelle&Areena of the SALTANAH DANCERS will be heating up this glamourous space with a colorful BELLY DANCE DINNER SHOW.
6 PM – 9 PM

Todd Tijerina Blues Duo

at Second Street Brewery 1814 Second Street 505-982-3030

Todd Tijerina (Tee-her-ee-na) is one of the few individuals possessing the right amounts of talent and determination to make a successful living playing music. And like most career musicians his passion started early.
6:30 PM – midnight

Nacha Mendez

at Fuego at La Posada 505-954-9630

Nacha Mendez performs music from all the Spanish speaking countries of the world inside FUEGO Restaurant and Wine bar at La Posada every Saturday.
6:30 PM – midnight

“Mid-Summer Mediterranean Vineyard Dinner” at Estrella Del Norte Vineyard

at Estrella Del Norte Vineyard 505-455-2826

A color-drenched New Mexico sunset will be the backdrop for our “Midsummer Mediterranean Vineyard Dinner” amongst the vines.
7 PM – 9 PM

Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar

at Epazote Restaurant, 416 Agua Fria, Santa Fe

Dine to the sweet, tropical sounds of Hawaiian slack key guitar. Gentle, relaxing, and good for the digestion!
7 PM – 9 PM

Los Alamos Community Winds – The Music of Shakespeare and his Tyme

at Crossroads Bible Church 97 East Rd. Los Alamos, NM 87544

 
7 PM – 9 PM

Theater Grottesco presents: STORM

at CCA’s Munoz Waxman Gallery 1050 Old Pecos Trail

STORM is a play about environment;
a journey into the social paradigms that prevent the world from taking action:
and a breath-taking ride that audiences and artists take together into unknown artistic form.
7:30 PM – midnight

La Junta*Lost Lingo*Zenova @ Santa Fe Sol

at Sol @ Santa Fe Brewing Company (505) 424-9637

La Junta began combining various musical styles in 2004, influenced by genres such as latin, reggae, hip-hop, rock, blues and jazz. They started off playing college house parties, then began gigging at local bars and pubs,
7:30 PM – 9:30 PM

La Junta * Lost Lingo * Zenova

at Sol Stage at Santa Fe Brewing Co. 37 Fireplace Ln

 
7:30 PM – 11 PM

WISE GUYS

at La Fonda Hotel, La Fiesta Lounge, 100 E. San Francisco St 505-982-5511

This event is free and open to the public. For more information, please call 505-995-2363.
8 PM – 11 PM

The Surf Lords

at Cowgirl Cafe 319 S Guadalupe St (505) 982-2565

The Surf Lords have been playing in New Mexico since 2001 with a mission to keep instrumental electric guitar music alive; playing both the old traditional tunes ( i.e. Pipeline ) and creepy danceable versions of current songs.
8:30 PM – 11:30 PM

Eldorado Court Lounge Live Entertainment

at Nidah at Eldorado Hotel & Spa 505-995-4573

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 – 10 PM

42nd Anniversary of Evangelos

at 200 E. San Fransisco St

Saturday, February 18th marks the 42nd Anniversary of a Santa Fe institution,
9 PM – 11:30 PM

THE ATTITUDES – ROCK AND BLUES

at El Farol 808 Canyon Rd (505) 983-9912

Rock and Blues.

Sun., February 19, 2012

 
all day

Boris McCutcheon & The Salt Licks Play Townes Van Zandt

at Cowgirl BBQ (505) 982-2565

February Gospel Brunch with Boris McCutcheon and the Salt Licks.
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.

12:30 AM – midnight

Jim “Kando” Green

at BODY 505-986-0362

Learn Zen meditation in a relaxed setting. This gathering will include instruction for the techniques in Zen meditation, discussion of the history and context of Zen practice, opportunities for questions and a guided meditation.
9 AM – midnight

Intro into Pueblo Weaving with Louie García

at Espanola Valley Fiber Arts Center 505-747-3577

Pre-registration required!  Call 505-747-3577 or email: education@evfac.org. – $210, materials extra.
9 AM – 12:30 PM

“Precarious Poise” contemporary paintings by Jim Modiano

at Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Santa Fe, 107 West Barcelona Rd 505-982-9674

 
9:30 AM – 11:30 PM

Sunday Spiritual Gathering

at Everyday Center for Spiritual Living 1380 Vegas Verdes 505-629-9633

 
10 AM – midnight

Calligraphers Offer Free Demonstrations and Hands-On Tips

at New Mexico History Museum/Palace of the Governors 505-476-5200

As part of the new exhibitions Illuminating the Word: The Saint John’s Bible and Contemplative Landscape,
10 AM – midnight

Art by Pueblo Matriarchs

at Adobe Gallery 505-955-0550

Adobe Gallery is currently exhibiting a limited number of pottery and paintings by former matriarch artists of New Mexico and Arizona Pueblos during February and March,
10 AM – 1 PM

Introduction to Figure Drawing

at Santa Fe, NM 505-474-4155

Feb 19, 10am-1pm (Sun)
Feb 28-29 10am-1pm (Tues/Wed,)
April 4-5,
10 AM – 4 PM

Railyard Artisan Market

at Santa Fe Farmers’ Market Pavilion 1607 Paseo de Peralta (505) 983-4098

 
11 AM – 2 PM

ADULT LEARNING PROGRAM: Georgia O’Keeffe and the Art of Eating Well Use It, Lose It, or Save It-The Science of Renewable Energy Storage

at Santa Fe School of Cooking, Upper level, Plaza Mercado 116 West San Francisco Street 505/983-4511

Join the Santa Fe School of Cooking to discover and explore some of Georgia O’Keeffe’s ideas about food and cooking. Chef Michelle Roetzer will guide you through some of Ms.
11 AM – 2 PM

ADULT LEARNING PROGRAM: Georgia O’Keeffe and the Art of Eating Well Use It, Lose It, or Save It-The Science of Renewable Energy Storage

at Georgia O’keefe 123 Grant Avenue 505-946-1000

Join the Santa Fe School of Cooking to discover and explore some of Georgia O’Keeffe’s ideas about food and cooking. Chef Michelle Roetzer will guide you through some of Ms. O’Keeffe’s recipes featured in the book,
noon – 3 PM

The Surf Lords

at Cowgirl Cafe 319 S Guadalupe St (505) 982-2565

Boris McCutcheon is a singer and songwriter of truly unique and engaging “Americana” songs. He plays guitar, harmonica and mandolin and he is backed by an incredible band of musicians known as “The Salt Licks”.
1 PM – 3 PM

There’s Rocks In Them Hills!

at Cerrillos Hills State Park

Learn how to decode the ancient past through the eyes of a geologist. Local rockhound, Scott Renbarger, will be your guide.Meet at the main parking lot, 1/2 mile north of Cerrillos village on County Rd. 59

Just $5 per vehicle

2 PM – midnight

STEM Activities

at Santa Fe Children’s Museum (505) 989-8359

Explore science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
2 PM – 3 PM

GranMary’s Place: Story Hours of Native American Tales

at Museum of Indian Arts and Culture Laboratory of Anthropology 710 Camino Lejo on Museum Hill (505) 476-1250

MIAC presents a Series of Story Hours of Native American Tales, for all ages in the MIAC Discovery Room. During winter months, the dark and cold time of the year, it is traditional to share stories, so come and share in this tradition.
2 PM – 4 PM

Artist’s Way Author Julia Cameron facilitating 12 week Artist Way workshop

at Unity Santa Fe 1212 Unity Way

ARTIST’S WAY AUTHOR JULIA CAMERON
will be personally facilitating The Artist’s Way
workshop for 12 weeks on creativity.
Come join Julia, now a Santa Fe resident,
on this spiritual and practical path to higher creativity.
2 PM – 4 PM

Manuel Lopez, a noted historical interpreter, will discuss the hunting methods and stories of the Ciboleros

at Sandoval County Historical Society 161 Edmond Rd, Bernalillo, NM

the Spanish buffalo hunters of the 1700-1800s who hunted on the open plains of the American Southwest for meat and hides.Manuel Lopez has a B.A. from the University of New Mexico,

2 PM – 4 PM

Theater Grottesco presents: STORM

at CCA’s Munoz Waxman Gallery 1050 Old Pecos Trail

STORM is a play about environment;
a journey into the social paradigms that prevent the world from taking action:
and a breath-taking ride that audiences and artists take together into unknown artistic form.
3 PM – 4 PM

GranMary’s Place: Story Hours of Native American Tales

at Museum of Indian Arts&Culture Laboratory of Anthropology 710 Camino Lejo on Museum Hill (505) 476-1250

MIAC presents a Series of Story Hours of Native American Tales, for all ages in the MIAC Discovery Room. During winter months, the dark and cold time of the year, it is traditional to share stories, so come and share in this tradition.
3 PM – 4:30 PM

Triassic Hall: Building the Triassic Exhibit from the Ground Up

at Collected Works Bookstore 202 Galisteo St (877)988-4226/(505)988-4226

Collected Works Bookstore presents Dr. Spencer G. Lucas for the release of his book Triassic Hall: Building the Triassic Exhibit from the Ground Up.  Co-authored with the late Jaenet Guggenheim,
4 PM – midnight

Snake Feeding

at Santa Fe Children’s Museum (505) 989-8359

Come watch Peaches, the snake, eat her weekly meal.
4 PM – 6 PM

Northern Lights Featuring Soyeon Lee

at Lensic Performing Arts Center, 211 West San Francisco, Santa Fe 505 988 7050

Northern Lightswith Naumburg Piano Competition 1st Prize Winner
Tchaikovsky Swan Lake Suite
Sibelius Symphony No. 2
Grieg Piano Concerto, Soyeon Lee, piano

Pre-concert lecture at 3 p.m. Buy Tickets

4 PM – 6 PM

Ramon Calderon A Sunday Afternoon in Havana

at El Farol 808 Canyon Rd (505) 983-9912

A Sunday Afternoon In Havana Imagine yourself with a mojito listening to Latin music in Old Havana. Ramon Calderon has recreated this scene right here at El Farol. Ramon is from Cuba, a great musician,
6 PM – midnight

Muscle Testing

at Milagro Herbs 505-820-6321

Do you want to learn how to muscle test? If so, come to this workshop, where you will learn 3 different methods of muscle testing. Muscle testing will help you simplify your life.
6 PM – midnight

Cathy Faber’s Swingin’ Country Band CD Release Party

at Sol @ Santa Fe Brewing Company (505) 424-9637

 
6 PM – 8 PM

Muscle Testing

at 419 Orchard Drive, Santa Fe, NM 87501 (right off Paseo de Peralta near Canyon Road, next to Kakawa Chocolate House, and across from Gerald Peters Gallery)

Muscle TestingDo you want to learn how to muscle test? If so, come to this workshop, where you will learn 3 different methods of muscle testing. Muscle testing will help you simplify your life.

7 PM – midnight

Nacha Mendez @ El Farol

at El Farol (505) 983-9912

Nacha Mendez takes the stage every Sunday. Solo acoustic. Latin World Music. CD and prize giveaways during one of Nacha’s New Mexico History trivia Quiz.
7 PM – 9 PM

Cathy Faber’s Swingin’ Country Band cd release party!

at Sol Stage at Santa Fe Brewing Co. 37 Fireplace Ln

 
8 PM – 11 PM

Third Seven and Mark Dudrow

at Cowgirl Cafe 319 S Guadalupe St (505) 982-2565

Third Seven & Mark Dudrow – a night a cello magic, ‘third seven’ consists of billy mickelson. he has played music his entire life, but has been performing music professionally full time since 2008.

Mon., February 20, 2012

 
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

Paradise Artist Retreat

at Tamaya Resort Pueblo Santa Anna

The Paradise Artist Retreat will be held February 20-23rd at the amazing Tamaya Resort in New Mexico. While many painters toil away alone in their basement,
7:30 AM – midnight

School Closure Day Camp

at Genoveva Chavez Community Center (505) 955-4022

Games, sports, swimming, ice skating and arts & crafts. Ages 6-12.
8 AM – midnight

2 for 1 Horseback Riding for Couples

at Bishop’s Lodge Ranch Resort & Spa (505) 983-6377; 800-732-2240

The Stables at the Bishop’s Lodge Ranch Resort & SpaTake a ride with us and enjoy the warm glow of magnificent sunsets, awe inspiring vistas under azure blue skies with scent of Piñon pines. Saddle up partner.

9 AM – midnight

Intro into Pueblo Weaving with Louie García

at Espanola Valley Fiber Arts Center 505-747-3577

Pre-registration required!  Call 505-747-3577 or email: education@evfac.org. – $210, materials extra.
9 AM – 12:30 PM

“Precarious Poise” contemporary paintings by Jim Modiano

at Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Santa Fe, 107 West Barcelona Rd 505-982-9674

 
10 AM – 5 PM

Art by Pueblo Matriarchs

at Adobe Gallery 221 Canyon Road 505-955-0550

Adobe Gallery is currently exhibiting a limited number of pottery and paintings by former matriarch artists of New Mexico and Arizona Pueblos during February and March,
2 PM – 4 PM

GEEKS WHO DRINK TRIVIA CONTEST

at El Farol 808 Canyon Rd (505) 983-9912

 
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. Students ranging from ages three to adult learn the fundamental techniques of traditional and modern movements,
4 PM – 6 PM

Marie Romero Cash, Lecture“Personal Shrines and Home Altars in Northern New Mexico”

at Museum of Spanish Colonial Art 750 Camino Lejo On Museum Hill 505-982.2226

Marie Romero Cash is an award winning Spanish Market artist who juried into Market in 1975,
7 PM – midnight

Geeks Who Drink @ El Farol

at El Farol (505) 983-9912

Weekly pub quiz mondays @ El FarolSimply, a quiz game played in a pub. It’s an Anglo-Irish tradition, but our goal is the same: to foster friendly competition, and promote social drinking.

7:30 PM – midnight

A Soulstatic Performance

at La Fonda de Santa Fe 505-982-5511

Good rockin music!  funk and soul!
8 PM – 10 PM

POETICA

at El Farol 808 Canyon Rd (505) 983-9912

 
8 PM – 11 PM

SOULTASTIC

at La Fonda Hotel La Fiesta Lounge 100 E San Francisco St 505-982-5511

FUNK R&B
FOR INFORMATION CALL 995-2363
9 PM – 11 PM

COWGIRL KARAOKE-Hosted by MICHELE LEIDIG

at Cowgirl Cafe 319 S Guadalupe St (505) 982-2565

COWGIRL KARAOKE-Hosted by MICHELE LEIDIGAward-winning, long-running, ass-kicking Karaoke from Santa Fe’s Queen of Karaoke. 9-12 PM No Cover

Tue., February 21, 2012

 
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.

8 AM – midnight

2 for 1 Horseback Riding for Couples

at Bishop’s Lodge Ranch Resort & Spa (505) 983-6377; 800-732-2240

The Stables at the Bishop’s Lodge Ranch Resort & SpaTake a ride with us and enjoy the warm glow of magnificent sunsets, awe inspiring vistas under azure blue skies with scent of Piñon pines. Saddle up partner.

9 AM – 12:30 PM

“Precarious Poise” contemporary paintings by Jim Modiano

at Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Santa Fe, 107 West Barcelona Rd 505-982-9674

 
10 AM – 5 PM

Art by Pueblo Matriarchs

at Adobe Gallery 221 Canyon Road 505-955-0550

Adobe Gallery is currently exhibiting a limited number of pottery and paintings by former matriarch artists of New Mexico and Arizona Pueblos during February and March,
11 AM – 2 PM

READERS’CLUB Jaune Quick-to-See Smith

at Georgia O’Keeffe Museum, 123 Grant Avenue 505-946-1000

Join in discussing a selection of publications that cover the work and life of American Indian artist, Jaune Quick-to-See Smith, whose popularity has been on the rise since the 1980’s.
4 PM – midnight

Little Yogis

at Santa Fe Children’s Museum (505) 989-8359

Move like animals as you practice balance and coordination. All ages. Santa Fe Children’s
Museum, 1050 Old Pecos Trail, 989-8359.
5 PM – midnight

$2-Tuesday @ Maria’s

at Maria’s New Mexican Kitchen 505-983-7929

Join Maria’s $2-Tuesday-Night Club and pay only $2.00 for the second entree of equal or lesser cost, every Tuesday Night from October through April,
6 PM – midnight

Open Bluegrass Jam

at Backroad Pizza 505-955-9055

6-8 pm Bring your instrument and join in or just come and enjoy the fabulous live bluegrass music!Open to everyone.

6 PM – 7:30 PM

EXHIBITION LECTURE PROGRAM

at Museum of Indian Arts and Culture Auditorium, Museum Hill (505) 476-1250

A Conversation with Margarete Bagshaw and Jaune Quick-to-See Smith
Join us as Shelby Tisdale, Director of the Museum of Indian Arts&Culture, and Carolyn Kastner, Associate Curator of the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum,
6 PM – 7:30 PM

READERS’CLUB Jaune Quick-to-See Smith

at Georgia O’keefe Museum Education Annex, 123 Grant Avenue 505-946-1000

Join in discussing a selection of publications that cover the work and life of American Indian artist, Jaune Quick-to-See Smith,
6:30 PM – midnight

Mardi Gras Parade and Pub Crawl

at Cowgirl BBQ (505) 982-2565

Yes, once again it is time to import a little New Orleans to our fair city.So get out your beads and masks and come follow the infamous, ginormous Hillstompers Brass Band as we parade between Santa Fe establishments.

Fat Tuesday,

7 PM – midnight

Trova! World Music Dinner Show at El Farol

at El Farol (505) 983-9912

Dear Friends,I am pleased to announce my latest project Trova! Opens Aug.16! Trova will be an evening of some of my favorite songs from all the Spanish speaking countries of the world, the Middle East, Greece,

7:30 PM – midnight

A Soulstatic Performance

at La Fonda de Santa Fe 505-982-5511

Good rockin music!  funk and soul!
7:30 PM – 8:30 PM

Salsa Dance Classes-Winter/Spring Schedule

at Aspen Santa Fe Ballet 550-B St. Michaels Drive, Ste #1

 
7:30 PM – 9:30 PM

Live Wyya * Duane Stephenson

at Sol Stage at Santa Fe Brewing Co. 37 Fireplace Ln

 
7:30 PM – 10:30 PM

Acoustic Open Mic hosted by Case Tanner

at Second Street Brewery Railyard district 505-982-3030

C’mon down every Tuesday from 7:30-10:30p as our friend Case hosts an acoustic open mic. Sign up when you get here and play a song or two…or three!
7:30 PM – 11 PM

Argentine Tango Milonga

at El Meson, 213 Washington Ave 505-983-6756

Tango Dancing
$5 Minimum Consumption
8 PM – 11 PM

Fat Tuesday with Pollo Frito and Special Appearance from The Hillstompers Brass Band

at Cowgirl Cafe 319 S Guadalupe St (505) 982-2565

Celebrate FAT TUESDAY at the Cowgirl! Food&drink specials TBA! Laissez les bons temps rouler!! POLLO FRITO – is a fiery Santa Fe based band that plays New Orleans funk and soul at high altitude.
8 PM – 11 PM

SOULTASTIC

at La Fonda Hotel La Fiesta Lounge 100 E San Francisco St 505-982-5511

FUNK R&B
FOR INFORMATION CALL 995-2363
9 PM – 11:30 PM

BLUES JAM

at El Farol 808 Canyon Rd (505) 983-9912

 Some of Santa Fe’s best musicians come together tonight to fill El Farol with the sounds of the Blues.Stop by to listen, have some tapas, drink a drink, or even bring your harp or guitar and get in on the action!

Wed., February 22, 2012

 
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 – 12:30 PM

“Precarious Poise” contemporary paintings by Jim Modiano

at Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Santa Fe, 107 West Barcelona Rd 505-982-9674

 
10 AM – midnight

Art by Pueblo Matriarchs

at Adobe Gallery 505-955-0550

Adobe Gallery is currently exhibiting a limited number of pottery and paintings by former matriarch artists of New Mexico and Arizona Pueblos during February and March,
10:30 AM – midnight

Story Time

at Collected Works Bookstore & Coffeehouse (877)988-4226/(505)988-4226

Stories, songs,
10:45 AM – midnight

Weekly Story Time at Collected Works

at Collected Works Bookstore & Coffeehouse (877)988-4226/(505)988-4226

 
11 AM – midnight

Amazing Art With Julie

at Santa Fe Children’s Museum (505) 989-8359

Explore all you can do with fabric.
3:30 PM – midnight

Glass Bead Making

at Santa Fe Children’s Museum (505) 989-8359

See how glass beads are made and design your own bead to take home.
4 PM – midnight

Maestros

at Santa Fe Children’s Museum (505) 989-8359

Experience all things musical as you explore the violin and other instruments.
6:30 PM – midnight

Wednesday Open Mic Night @ Santa Fe Sol

at Sol @ Santa Fe Brewing Company (505) 424-9637

Open mic with Jason Reed every Wednesday. Free recording of your performance! Come and bring your best!
7 PM – midnight

Trova! World Music Dinner Show at El Farol

at El Farol (505) 983-9912

Dear Friends,I am pleased to announce my latest project Trova! Opens Aug.16! Trova will be an evening of some of my favorite songs from all the Spanish speaking countries of the world, the Middle East, Greece,

7 PM – midnight

Warehouse 21 Open Mic Night Jam

at Warehouse 21 505/989-4423

Open Mic Night Jam every Wednesday. 7-9pm.Free Admission.

Some Wednesday’s will have special guests.

7 PM – midnight

Nacha Mendez

at La Boca 505/982-3433

Nacha Mendez performs music from all the Spanish speaking countries of the world every Wednesday at La Boca.There is no cover.

7 PM

Marx in Soho

at Lensic Performing Arts Center 505 988 7050

Lannan Foundation announces its 2011-2012 series of events!
Readings & Conversations brings to Santa Fe a wide range of writers from the literary world of fiction, nonfiction, Buy Tickets
7 PM – 9 PM

Chuscales

at El Meson, 213 Washington Ave 505-983-6756

Delicious, authentic Flamenco Guitar 7:00-9:00, No Cover
7:30 PM – 11 PM

Bill Hearne Trio

at La Fonda Hotel, La Fiesta Lounge, 100 E. San Francisco St 505-982-5511

Honkytonks, roadhouses, empty whiskey glasses, unrequited love are the brick and mortar of country music and there isn’t a better mason than Bill Hearne…Bill Hearne calls it ‘The Road:’ that metaphorical ribbon of honky-tonks,

8 PM – midnight

Salsa Caliente!

at El Farol (505) 983-9912

 
8 PM – 11 PM

BRENT BERRY&JOSH MARTIN

at Cowgirl Cafe 319 S Guadalupe St (505) 982-2565

 
8:30 PM – 11:30 PM

SANGRE LATIN JAM-MUSICIANS WELCOME

at El Farol 808 Canyon Rd (505) 983-9912

 

Thu., February 23, 2012

 
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 – 12:30 PM

“Precarious Poise” contemporary paintings by Jim Modiano

at Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Santa Fe, 107 West Barcelona Rd 505-982-9674

 
10 AM – 5 PM

Art by Pueblo Matriarchs

at Adobe Gallery 221 Canyon Road 505-955-0550

Adobe Gallery is currently exhibiting a limited number of pottery and paintings by former matriarch artists of New Mexico and Arizona Pueblos during February and March,
10:30 AM – midnight

Bilingual Story Time

at Santa Fe Children’s Museum (505) 989-8359

Dive deeper into each exhibit with a knowledgeable and fun educator.
10:45 AM – midnight

Weekly Story Time at Collected Works

at Collected Works Bookstore & Coffeehouse (877)988-4226/(505)988-4226

 
3 PM – 4 PM

Gustavo Victor Goler, Lecture

at Museum of Spanish Colonial Art 750 Camino Lejo on Museum HIll 505-982.2226

Victor will speak about the making of his sculpture, “The Ascension” currently on exhibit in “New Mexico Collects: Private Treasures.” Lecture will be held at the Museum of Spanish Colonial Art,
3:30 PM – midnight

The Creative Workshop

at Santa Fe Children’s Museum (505) 989-8359

Work together to build, design and create everything from boats to masks.
3:30 PM – 5:30 PM

Kids Fashion Class

at Bacon-Richards Studio 227 Don Gaspar #28

Come join us on Thursday afternoons and learn about fashion, sewing, illustration and work on your own projects. The possibilities are endless: you can work on your project for the recycled trash fashion show, learn how to sew,
4 PM – midnight

Break Dancing Class

at Warehouse 21 505/989-4423

Learn to

  • Top rock
  • Drops
  • Down rock
  • Freezes
  • Power Moves
  • Routines
  • Free Style
  • And more.
 
6 PM – midnight

Joe West & Friends

at Second Street Brewery @ Second Street 505-982-3030

Eclectic americana
6 PM – 7:30 PM

Shoes Along the Danube

at Collected Works Bookstore 202 Galisteo St (877)988-4226/(505)988-4226

Collected Works presents Albuquerque author T. Zane Reeves, Ph.D. for a reading of his latest book, Shoes Along the Danube.  Based on a true story, the book follows the lives for two Hungarian families,
6:30 PM – midnight

Tim Valentine

at BODY 505-986-0362

Valentine has performed with various blues bands, and as a solo artist in Santa Fe and the surrounding area.  Tim has released two CDs, the first, “Where I’ve Been”, and his most recent, “Songs in the Silence”.
6:30 PM – midnight

El Mariachi Sonidos del Monte

at Steaksmith at El Gancho 505-988-3333

Mariachi Sonidos del Monte playing Thursday Evenings from 6:30pm-8:30pm in both the lounge and the dining room.. Please join us for a night of good eats and good music.
6:30 PM – 8:30 PM

Enchanting Belly Dance with the Saltanah Dancers

at Cleopatra Cafe on the Southside, 3482 Zafarano, 505-474-5644 505-820-7381

The Saltanah Dancers enchant at Cleopatra’s on the Southside! Come see our ever-changing belly dance show at this popular Middle Eastern restaurant. The Saltanah Dancers- Deborah, Areena, Michelle,
6:30 PM – 9:30 PM

Inviting New Insight: Free Evening of Exploration

at Academy for the Love of Learning Center, 133 Seton Village Rd., Seton Village

What can we discover anew when we remember the teachers, whether from school or from life, who enlivened us most? Through an interactive dialogue we’ll explore how learning can lead not merely to the accumulation of knowledge,
7 PM – midnight

Scott Cadenasso

at Backroad Pizza 505-955-9055

Originally from the San Francisco Bay Area, Scott Cadenasso has been a fixture in the New Mexico music scene for nearly thirty years. He has been a principal member of several New Mexico bands spanning a broad pallette of genres.
7 PM – midnight

Trova! World Music Dinner Show at El Farol

at El Farol (505) 983-9912

Dear Friends,I am pleased to announce my latest project Trova! Opens Aug.16! Trova will be an evening of some of my favorite songs from all the Spanish speaking countries of the world, the Middle East, Greece,

7:30 PM – 8:30 PM

Salsa Dance Classes-Winter/Spring Schedule

at Aspen Santa Fe Ballet 550-B St. Michaels Drive, Ste #1

 
7:30 PM – 9 PM

The Gruve: Soul and Blues duet with Ron Crowder and Steve O’Neill

at El Meson, 213 Washington Ave 505-983-6756

No Cover
7:30 PM – 10:30 PM

Joe West&Friends

at Second Street Brewery Railyard district 505-982-3030

Eclectic Americana with Joe West&Friends. 6-9 pm every Thursday in February!
7:30 PM – 11 PM

Bill Hearne Trio

at La Fonda Hotel, La Fiesta Lounge, 100 E. San Francisco St 505-982-5511

Honkytonks, roadhouses, empty whiskey glasses, unrequited love are the brick and mortar of country music and there isn’t a better mason than Bill Hearne…Bill Hearne calls it ‘The Road:’ that metaphorical ribbon of honky-tonks,

8 PM – 11 PM

Onward, Soldiers

at Cowgirl Cafe 319 S Guadalupe St (505) 982-2565

Onward, soldiers is a pestal and mortar blend of Laurel Canyon song craft, Athens Ga. pop, and North Carolina heart and soul; a true American sound. Onward, Soldiers is new and ancient, hip and sweet, ethereal and raw.
8 PM – 11 PM

TROVA DINNER SHOW

at El Farol 808 Canyon Rd (505) 983-9912

Nacha Mendez entertainer extraordinaire has put together a spectacular Dinner show.She has combined musical influences from Spain, Latin America, Greece, Italy and the Middle East to bring you Trova.

8:30 PM – 11:30 PM

Eldorado Court Lounge Live Entertainment

at Nidah at Eldorado Hotel & Spa 505-995-4573

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 – 11:30 PM

ALSTOSCHORAMA – ROCKANDROLL

at El Farol 808 Canyon Rd (505) 983-9912

Following the Trova Dinner Show…
Santa Fe NM Rock Band, Alan Bateman Bass/Vocals, Stosch Dembitsky Guitar/Vocals, Rama Furst Drums/Vocals.. Thank you for listening in we really appreciate this..

Fri., February 24, 2012

 
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 – midnight

Preschool Prime Time

at Santa Fe Children’s Museum (505) 989-8359

A special time for children under 5 to enjoy exhibits and hands-on activities. Play dress-up,
dance and get your face painted.Santa Fe Children’s Museum

9 AM – 12:30 PM

“Precarious Poise” contemporary paintings by Jim Modiano

at Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Santa Fe, 107 West Barcelona Rd 505-982-9674

 
9:30 AM – midnight

Santa Fe University of Art and Design Open House

at Santa Fe University of Art and Design (505) 473-6133/(800) 456-2673

Come visit our internationally diverse campus to see if Santa Fe University of Art and Design is right for you. Santa Fe University offers degree programs in Art, Contemporary Music, Creative Writing and Literature, Digital Arts,
10 AM – 5 PM

Art by Pueblo Matriarchs

at Adobe Gallery 221 Canyon Road 505-955-0550

Adobe Gallery is currently exhibiting a limited number of pottery and paintings by former matriarch artists of New Mexico and Arizona Pueblos during February and March,
11:30 AM – 2 PM

ARTfeast Art of Fashion: Runway Show&Luncheon

at Inn and Spa at Loretto 505-988-5531

Color, texture, versatility, and originality are the passwords for this artful runway presentation of seasonal attire. While savoring lunch with the perfect wine, you’ll be inspired by boutiques and clothiers.
3:30 PM – midnight

Open Studio

at Santa Fe Children’s Museum (505) 989-8359

Work with a local artist to explore the world of art, using everything from acrylics to pastel, watercolor to blocks and glue.
4 PM – 5 AM

Drum&Journey Circle @ The Bishop’s Lodge

at The Bishop’s Lodge Resort&Spa 1297 Bishops Lodge Rd (505) 983-6377; 800-732-2240

5 PM – midnight

Do Process Art Opening

at VERVE Gallery of Photography 505-982-5009

Brigitte Carnochan, Cy DeCosse, Joy Goldkind, Jennifer Schlesinger, Caitlyn Soldan, Henrieke Strecker, Maggie Taylor,  and Kamil Vojnar.VERVE Gallery of Photography is pleased to present Do Process,

5 PM – 7 PM

4th Friday Canyon Road Art Walk

at Canyon Road

Galleries up and down historic Canyon Road have joined together to remain open at least until 7pm every fourth Friday of the month.
5 PM – 7 PM

Alfonso Fratteggiani Bianchi: Triptycon

at 554 So. Guadalupe St

 
5 PM – 7 PM

Last Friday ArtWalk

at Railyard Arts District; Santa Fe Railyard (505) 992-0591

El Museo Cultural in the Santa Fe Railyard is mounting an exhibition entitled “The Roots and Culture of the African Diaspora.” featuring the work of African/American artist, Greta Chapin McGill and Issa Nyaphaga from Cameroon,
5 PM – 7 PM

opening reception for: “Under Thirty-Five”

at Zane Bennett 435 South Guadalupe Street Railyard Arts District; Santa Fe Railyard 505 982 8111

Fostering the next generation of collectors is the focus of this exhibition. Under Thirty-Five features works by artists whose styles, techniques, and concepts are constantly being invented, recycled, updated and discarded.
5 PM – 8 PM

ARTfeast Edible Art Tour

at Downtown and Canyon Roads

Sample savories prepared by the city’s top restaurateurs, caterers, and chefs at more than 35 of Santa Fe’s favorite galleries, which open their doors with special exhibitions.
6 PM – 9 PM

Free Friday Night Tennis Fiesta

at Shellaberger Tennis Center, 1600 St. Michael’s Drive (enter at the Santa Fe University of Art&Design) (505) 473-6133/(800) 456-2673

To celebrate the re-opening of the Shellaberger Tennis Center under new ownership, Santa Fe’s world-class facility is throwing a free tennis party every Friday night for a year.
6 PM – 9 PM

The Hot Club of Santa Fe

at Second Street Brewery 1814 Second Street 505-982-3030

The Hot Club of Santa Fe is an all-acoustic string quartet based in Santa Fe, New Mexico. They play an eclectic repertoire that includes hot swing, gypsy jazz, and bluegrass.
6:30 PM – midnight

Nacha Mendez

at Fuego at La Posada 505-954-9630

Nacha Mendez solo acoustic and sometimes with special guests. Latin World Music. No cover
7 PM

Winter Dance Escape

at 1140 Alto Street Santa Fe

Forty-eight emerging performing artists from NDI New Mexico’s Company XCel and Junior Company present an eclectic repertoire of contemporary dance and musical theater.
7 PM – 9 PM

LEONARDO LIVE

at Lensic Performing Arts Center W. San Fransisco St 505 988 7050

LEONARDO LIVE is a showcase of the completely sold-out Leonardo da Vinci exhibition at the National Gallery in LondonLensic Presents Leonardo Live, the first-ever tour of a fine art exhibition created for theater audiences, Buy Tickets

7 PM – 9 PM

Theater Grottesco presents: STORM

at CCA’s Munoz Waxman Gallery 1050 Old Pecos Trail

STORM is a play about environment;
a journey into the social paradigms that prevent the world from taking action:
and a breath-taking ride that audiences and artists take together into unknown artistic form.
7:30 PM – 10:30 PM

The Three Faces of Jazz

at El Meson, 213 Washington Ave 505-983-6756

Classic Swinging Jazz Piano Trio
featuring Dan Borton on Alto Sax.
8 PM – midnight

‘Cementville’ by Jane Martin

at Santa Fe University of Art and Design (505) 473-6133/(800) 456-2673

Cementville by Jane Martin Opens at the Greer Garson Theater. This dark comedy, directed by Victor Talmadge, was the sensation of the 1991 Humana Festival at the Actors Theatre of Louisville.
8 PM

Cementville

at Greer Garson Theatre (505) 473-6511

8 PM – 11:30 PM

Jimmy Stadler

at La Fonda Hotel, La Fiesta Lounge, 100 E. San Francisco St 505-982-5511

Country – Rock
This event is free and open to the public. For more information, please call 505-995-2363.
8 PM – 2 AM

ARTfeast Feast or Famine

at Ore House at Milagro 505-983-8687

After EAT closes its doors, the party moves to The Ore House at Milagro. This over-21 mixer purveys Hiphop, House, and Old Skool music. 2012 DJ’s include Joe Ray Sandoval, King George and Aztec Sol,
9 PM – 11:30 PM

ZENOBIA – ROCK AND BLUES

at El Farol 808 Canyon Rd (505) 983-9912

Three time Grammy nominated Blues.
11:30 PM – midnight

Art of Fashion: Runway Show & Luncheon

at Inn and Spa at Loretto 505-988-5531

Color, texture, versatility, and originality are the passwords for this artful runway presentation of seasonal attire. While savoring lunch with the perfect wine,

Sat., February 25, 2012

 
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.

8 AM – 1 PM

Santa Fe Farmers’ Market

at Santa Fe Farmers’ Market Pavilion 1607 Paseo de Peralta (505) 983-4098

The Winter Farmers’ Market in the Santa Fe Railyard provides the freshest greens, hydroponic tomatoes, and other winter veggies grown by Northern New Mexico farmers; plus, local sustainably raised meats, eggs, cheeses, baked goods,
9 AM – midnight

Santa Fe Artists Market-Winter Show

at Sanbusco Market Center 505/989-9390

WINTER SHOW – Sanbusco Center (Inside Border’s Bldg) Local juried artists.  Painting, photography, sculpture, jewelry, pottery, fiber,
9 AM – 12:30 PM

“Precarious Poise” contemporary paintings by Jim Modiano

at Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Santa Fe, 107 West Barcelona Rd 505-982-9674

 
9:30 AM – midnight

Dish Towel Round-Robin with Bethe Orrell

at Espanola Valley Fiber Arts Center 505-747-3577

Pre-registration required!  Call 505-747-3577 or email: education@evfac.org. – $220, materials extra.Using cotton,

10 AM – midnight

Calligraphers Offer Free Demonstrations and Hands-On Tips

at New Mexico History Museum/Palace of the Governors 505-476-5200

As part of the new exhibitions Illuminating the Word: The Saint John’s Bible and Contemplative Landscape,
10 AM – 5 PM

Art by Pueblo Matriarchs

at Adobe Gallery 221 Canyon Road 505-955-0550

Adobe Gallery is currently exhibiting a limited number of pottery and paintings by former matriarch artists of New Mexico and Arizona Pueblos during February and March,
11 AM

Ernani

at Lensic Performing Arts Center 505 988 7050

Angela Meade takes center stage in Verdi’s thrilling early gem. Marcello Giordani is her mismatched lover, and all-star Verdians Dmitri Hvorostovsky and Ferruccio Furlanetto round out the cast.Ticket Prices: $22, $25, $28 / Buy Tickets

noon – 4 PM

ARTfeast Home Tour

at Throughout Santa Fe

Much has been written about Santa Fe’s distinctive architecture, which is often hidden behind warm adobe walls.
1 PM – 3 PM

Free Meditation Workshop

at Santa Fe Community College 6401 Richards Ave (505) 428-1676

Seekers of greater stability and centeredness are invited to attend a free meditation workshop at Santa Fe Community College on Saturday, February 25.
2 PM

DANZA FOLKLORICA QUETZAL

at El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe, 555 Camino de la Familia (505) 992-0591

Danza Folklorica Quetzal for secondary school and college age students. Info: (505) 992-0591 or (505) 603-7997 (Xochitl). There is no charge. A co-operation of Antonina Valdez Romp, Director,
2 PM

Waterwise&Wonderful 2012 Spring Seminar Series

at Santa Fe Greenhouses 2904 Rufina Street 505-473-2700

 
2 PM – 4 PM

“Special Treatment Illuminations for The Saint John’s Bible”A lecture by artist and calligrapher Diane von Arx

at New Mexico History Museum/Palace of the Governors 505-476-5200

Besides her work on pages of The Saint John’s Bible, such as that seen at left, Von Arx is notable for having designed the descriptive title script for Illuminating the Word,
2 PM – 5 PM

Indigie Femme

at Cowgirl Cafe 319 S Guadalupe St (505) 982-2565

2011 saw success for local musicians Indigie Femme, who received numerous musical awards and recognition includes Native American Music Award (NAMMY),
3 PM – 6 PM

opening reception for Highway Culture, photographs by Steve Fitch

at photo-eye Gallery 376-A Garcia St 505-988-5152 or 800-227-6941

Steve Fitch is a photographer and educator who has been making photographs of the
American West for more then four decades. As a boy, the scenes that he observed out of
the window of his father’s 1951 Buick fascinated him.
4 PM – 5 AM

Drum&Journey Circle @ The Bishop’s Lodge

at The Bishop’s Lodge Resort&Spa 1297 Bishops Lodge Rd (505) 983-6377; 800-732-2240

6 PM – midnight

Gospel Jam

at Zia Methodist Church (505) 471-0997

Gospel Jams: 3368 Governor Miles Road – Santa Fe NM 87507 Zia United Methodist Church will begin Gospel Jams on Saturday nights at 6pm.
6 PM – midnight

Eryn Bent @ Steaksmith

at Steaksmith at El Gancho 505-988-3333

Relax and lounge to the melodies of Singer/Songwriter Eryn Bent every Saturday from 6-9pm at Steaksmith at El Gancho.
6 PM

Ernani Encore

at Lensic Performing Arts Center 505 988 7050

Angela Meade takes center stage in Verdi’s thrilling early gem. Marcello Giordani is her mismatched lover, and all-star Verdians Dmitri Hvorostovsky and Ferruccio Furlanetto round out the cast.Ticket Prices: $22, $25, $28 / Buy Tickets

6 PM – 8 PM

Santa Fe Pro Musica Quartets

at Saint Francis Auditorium (505) 476-5072

Enjoy the elegant but warm sound of the Szymanowski String Quartet on February 25 at 6pm at the St. Francis Auditorium.The evening begins with the Capriccio in E Minor by Felix Mendelssohn, Buy Tickets

6 PM – 9 PM

The Kenny Skywolf Blues Trio

at Second Street Brewery 1814 Second Street 505-982-3030

The Kenny Skywolf Band comprises a musically eclectic blend of Blues, R&B, Rock & Roll, Funk, Reggae and Gospel. Some of our major influences are legendary blues masters Muddy Waters,
6 PM – 10 PM

ARTfeast Gourmet Dinner&Auction

at Encantado, An Auberge Resort 505-946-5700

 
6:30 PM – midnight

Nacha Mendez

at Fuego at La Posada 505-954-9630

Nacha Mendez performs music from all the Spanish speaking countries of the world inside FUEGO Restaurant and Wine bar at La Posada every Saturday.
7 PM

Winter Dance Escape

at 1140 Alto Street Santa Fe

Forty-eight emerging performing artists from NDI New Mexico’s Company XCel and Junior Company present an eclectic repertoire of contemporary dance and musical theater.
7 PM – 9 PM

Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar

at Epazote Restaurant, 416 Agua Fria, Santa Fe

Dine to the sweet, tropical sounds of Hawaiian slack key guitar. Gentle, relaxing, and good for the digestion!
7 PM – 9 PM

Joe West * Round Mountain

at Sol Stage at Santa Fe Brewing Co. 37 Fireplace Ln

 
7 PM – 9 PM

Theater Grottesco presents: STORM

at CCA’s Munoz Waxman Gallery 1050 Old Pecos Trail

STORM is a play about environment;
a journey into the social paradigms that prevent the world from taking action:
and a breath-taking ride that audiences and artists take together into unknown artistic form.
7:30 PM – 10:30 PM

Andy Kingston Trio

at El Meson, 213 Washington Ave 505-983-6756

The incomparable professor Andy Kingston on piano with his trio 7:30–10:30 pm. No Cover
8 PM – midnight

‘Cementville’ by Jane Martin

at Santa Fe University of Art and Design (505) 473-6133/(800) 456-2673

Cementville by Jane Martin Opens at the Greer Garson Theater. This dark comedy, directed by Victor Talmadge, was the sensation of the 1991 Humana Festival at the Actors Theatre of Louisville.
8 PM

Cementville

at Greer Garson Theater – Santa Fe College (505) 473-6511

8 PM – 11 PM

St, James Society

at Cowgirl Cafe 319 S Guadalupe St (505) 982-2565

The St. James Society began when Brandon Lloyd Burkart and David Dubois (both from San Francisco) moved to Austin, TX.
8 PM – 11:30 PM

Jimmy Stadler

at La Fonda Hotel, La Fiesta Lounge, 100 E. San Francisco St 505-982-5511

Country – Rock
This event is free and open to the public. For more information, please call 505-995-2363.
9 PM – 11:30 PM

ROB-A-LOU – ROCKABILLY

at El Farol 808 Canyon Rd (505) 983-9912

Big bold aggresive Rockabilly music. Vintage sound and gear. Rob-A-Lou gets people dancin’ & shakin’, just like the originals of Rockabilly did out of SUN Records in the Fifties. Lots of Cash, Elvis, slap-back, drinkin’ and carousin’…

Sun., February 26, 2012

 
all day

Boris McCutcheon & The Salt Licks Play Townes Van Zandt

at Cowgirl BBQ (505) 982-2565

February Gospel Brunch with Boris McCutcheon and the Salt Licks.
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.

12:30 AM – midnight

Jim “Kando” Green

at BODY 505-986-0362

Learn Zen meditation in a relaxed setting. This gathering will include instruction for the techniques in Zen meditation, discussion of the history and context of Zen practice, opportunities for questions and a guided meditation.
9 AM – 12:30 PM

“Precarious Poise” contemporary paintings by Jim Modiano

at Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Santa Fe, 107 West Barcelona Rd 505-982-9674

 
9:30 AM – midnight

Dish Towel Round-Robin with Bethe Orrell

at Espanola Valley Fiber Arts Center 505-747-3577

Pre-registration required!  Call 505-747-3577 or email: education@evfac.org. – $220, materials extra.Using cotton,

9:30 AM – 11:30 PM

Sunday Spiritual Gathering

at Everyday Center for Spiritual Living 1380 Vegas Verdes 505-629-9633

 
10 AM – midnight

Calligraphers Offer Free Demonstrations and Hands-On Tips

at New Mexico History Museum/Palace of the Governors 505-476-5200

As part of the new exhibitions Illuminating the Word: The Saint John’s Bible and Contemplative Landscape,
10 AM – midnight

Art by Pueblo Matriarchs

at Adobe Gallery 505-955-0550

Adobe Gallery is currently exhibiting a limited number of pottery and paintings by former matriarch artists of New Mexico and Arizona Pueblos during February and March,
10 AM – 4 PM

Railyard Artisan Market

at Santa Fe Farmers’ Market Pavilion 1607 Paseo de Peralta (505) 983-4098

 
11:30 AM – 2:30 PM

ARTfeast Artists’ Brunch&Auction

at Scottish Rite Temple

Sip champagne or mimosas while meeting artists and gallerists over an enticing blend of American and Native American cuisine.
noon – 3 PM

Boris McCutcheon TVZ Brunch

at Cowgirl Cafe 319 S Guadalupe St (505) 982-2565

Boris McCutcheon is a singer and songwriter of truly unique and engaging “Americana” songs. He plays guitar, harmonica and mandolin and he is backed by an incredible band of musicians known as “The Salt Licks”.
noon – 4 PM

ARTfeast Home Tour

at Throughout Santa Fe

Much has been written about Santa Fe’s distinctive architecture, which is often hidden behind warm adobe walls.
2 PM – midnight

STEM Activities

at Santa Fe Children’s Museum (505) 989-8359

Explore science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
2 PM – midnight

‘Cementville’ by Jane Martin

at Santa Fe University of Art and Design (505) 473-6133/(800) 456-2673

Cementville by Jane Martin Opens at the Greer Garson Theater. This dark comedy, directed by Victor Talmadge, was the sensation of the 1991 Humana Festival at the Actors Theatre of Louisville.
2 PM – midnight

‘Special Treatment Illuminations for The Saint John’s Bible’

at New Mexico History Museum/Palace of the Governors 505-476-5200

Artist, calligrapher and illuminator Diane von Arx will talk about her work for The Saint John’s Bible at 2 pm on Sunday, Feb. 26, in the History Museum auditorium. Her lecture,
2 PM

Cementville

at Greer Garson Theater – Santa Fe College (505) 473-6511

2 PM

CELEBRATE AGNES MARTIN

at Zane Bennett Contemporary Art 505 982 8111

2 PM – 4 PM

Artist’s Way Author Julia Cameron facilitating 12 week Artist Way workshop

at Unity Santa Fe 1212 Unity Way

ARTIST’S WAY AUTHOR JULIA CAMERON
will be personally facilitating The Artist’s Way
workshop for 12 weeks on creativity.
Come join Julia, now a Santa Fe resident,
on this spiritual and practical path to higher creativity.
2 PM – 4 PM

Theater Grottesco presents: STORM

at CCA’s Munoz Waxman Gallery 1050 Old Pecos Trail

STORM is a play about environment;
a journey into the social paradigms that prevent the world from taking action:
and a breath-taking ride that audiences and artists take together into unknown artistic form.
4 PM – midnight

Snake Feeding

at Santa Fe Children’s Museum (505) 989-8359

Come watch Peaches, the snake, eat her weekly meal.
4 PM – 5:30 PM

“Peaches and Queen: Etta James and Dinah Washington”

at Santa Fe Center for Spiritual Living 505 Camino de los Marquez

Songstress Patti Littlefield is just the ticket to perform jazz tributes to legendary divas Etta James (nicknamed “Peaches”) and Dinah Washington (nicknamed “Queen of the Blues”).
4 PM – 6 PM

Ramon Calderon A Sunday Afternoon in Havana

at El Farol 808 Canyon Rd (505) 983-9912

A Sunday Afternoon In Havana Imagine yourself with a mojito listening to Latin music in Old Havana. Ramon Calderon has recreated this scene right here at El Farol. Ramon is from Cuba, a great musician,
4:30 PM – midnight

Academy Awards Screening Party

at Rio Chama (505)955-0765

The Santa Fe Film Festival invites you to celebrate 2011 SFFF titles, The Artist, A Separation and Monsieur Lazhar and the films of 2011 at our Oscar® Viewing Party, Sunday, February 26 at Rio Chama.
5:30 PM – midnight

4th Annual Oscar Event

at Inn and Spa at Loretto 505-988-5531

A formal Mardi Gras event,
7 PM – midnight

Nacha Mendez @ El Farol

at El Farol (505) 983-9912

Nacha Mendez takes the stage every Sunday. Solo acoustic. Latin World Music. CD and prize giveaways during one of Nacha’s New Mexico History trivia Quiz.
7 PM

Winter Dance Escape

at 1140 Alto Street Santa Fe

Forty-eight emerging performing artists from NDI New Mexico’s Company XCel and Junior Company present an eclectic repertoire of contemporary dance and musical theater.
8 PM – 11 PM

ROB-A-LOU Johnny Cash’s Birthday Bash

at Cowgirl Cafe 319 S Guadalupe St (505) 982-2565

Celebrate the man in black’s birthday with Rob and the boys with some BIG BOLD AGGRESSIVE classic Johnny Cash and Rockabilly music. Vintage sound and gear. Rob-A-Lou gets people dancin’&shakin’,

Mon., February 27, 2012

 
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.

8 AM – midnight

2 for 1 Horseback Riding for Couples

at Bishop’s Lodge Ranch Resort & Spa (505) 983-6377; 800-732-2240

The Stables at the Bishop’s Lodge Ranch Resort & SpaTake a ride with us and enjoy the warm glow of magnificent sunsets, awe inspiring vistas under azure blue skies with scent of Piñon pines. Saddle up partner.

9 AM – 12:30 PM

“Precarious Poise” contemporary paintings by Jim Modiano

at Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Santa Fe, 107 West Barcelona Rd 505-982-9674

 
10 AM – 5 PM

Art by Pueblo Matriarchs

at Adobe Gallery 221 Canyon Road 505-955-0550

Adobe Gallery is currently exhibiting a limited number of pottery and paintings by former matriarch artists of New Mexico and Arizona Pueblos during February and March,
2 PM

Jeff Hengesbaugh, Lecture“The French Connection: An Analysis and Discussion of the Segesser II Hide Painting as an Historical Document”

at Museum of Spanish Colonial Art 750 Camino Lejo on Museum Hill 505-982.2226

Historian Jeff Hengesbaugh, a Research Associate for the Palace of the Governors History Museum of Santa Fe,
2 PM – 4 PM

GEEKS WHO DRINK TRIVIA CONTEST

at El Farol 808 Canyon Rd (505) 983-9912

 
7 PM – midnight

Geeks Who Drink @ El Farol

at El Farol (505) 983-9912

Weekly pub quiz mondays @ El FarolSimply, a quiz game played in a pub. It’s an Anglo-Irish tradition, but our goal is the same: to foster friendly competition, and promote social drinking.

7:30 PM – 10:30 PM

CURRY, SPRINGER&PRIMM

at La Fonda Hotel, La Fiesta Lounge, 100 E. San Francisco St 505-982-5511

R&R
FOR INFORMATION CALL 995-2363
8 PM – 10 PM

POETICA

at El Farol 808 Canyon Rd (505) 983-9912

 
9 PM – 11 PM

COWGIRL KARAOKE-Hosted by MICHELE LEIDIG

at Cowgirl Cafe 319 S Guadalupe St (505) 982-2565

COWGIRL KARAOKE-Hosted by MICHELE LEIDIGAward-winning, long-running, ass-kicking Karaoke from Santa Fe’s Queen of Karaoke. 9-12 PM No Cover

Tue., February 28, 2012

 
8 AM – midnight

2 for 1 Horseback Riding for Couples

at Bishop’s Lodge Ranch Resort & Spa (505) 983-6377; 800-732-2240

The Stables at the Bishop’s Lodge Ranch Resort & SpaTake a ride with us and enjoy the warm glow of magnificent sunsets, awe inspiring vistas under azure blue skies with scent of Piñon pines. Saddle up partner.

4 PM – midnight

Little Yogis

at Santa Fe Children’s Museum (505) 989-8359

Move like animals as you practice balance and coordination. All ages. Santa Fe Children’s
Museum, 1050 Old Pecos Trail, 989-8359.
5 PM – midnight

$2-Tuesday @ Maria’s

at Maria’s New Mexican Kitchen 505-983-7929

Join Maria’s $2-Tuesday-Night Club and pay only $2.00 for the second entree of equal or lesser cost, every Tuesday Night from October through April,
5:30 PM – midnight

Sierra Club ‘n’ Beer

at Second Street Brewery @ Second Street 505-982-3030

Help protect the planet with good people and good beer! Grab a pint of local brew while testing your environmental know how at the Northern New Mexico Group’s Sierra Club n’ Beer mixer.
6 PM – midnight

Open Bluegrass Jam

at Backroad Pizza 505-955-9055

6-8 pm Bring your instrument and join in or just come and enjoy the fabulous live bluegrass music!Open to everyone.

6:30 PM – midnight

Game Night

at Flying Star Cafe 505-216-3939

Mid-Week Game Night. Bring a favorite game. Majority rules on what we play. The venue is the Flying Star Cafe at the Rail Yard. They are reserving the big table by the windows for us.
7 PM – midnight

Trova! World Music Dinner Show at El Farol

at El Farol (505) 983-9912

Dear Friends,I am pleased to announce my latest project Trova! Opens Aug.16! Trova will be an evening of some of my favorite songs from all the Spanish speaking countries of the world, the Middle East, Greece,

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Santa Fe Event Calendar Feb. 10-20, 2012

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

Covering Friday, February 10, 2012 thru Monday, February 20, 2012

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

Fri., February 10, 2012

 
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 – midnight

Preschool Prime Time

at Santa Fe Children’s Museum (505) 989-8359

A special time for children under 5 to enjoy exhibits and hands-on activities. Play dress-up,
dance and get your face painted.

Santa Fe Children’s Museum

9 AM – midnight

Color Theory in the Dye Studio with Cornelia Theimer Gardella

at Espanola Valley Fiber Arts Center 505-747-3577

Pre-registration required!  Call 505-747-3577 or email: education @ evfac.org. – $310, $15 materials fee.

This course is a combination of color theory and practical work in the dye studio.

9 AM – 12:30 PM

“Precarious Poise” contemporary paintings by Jim Modiano

at Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Santa Fe, 107 West Barcelona Rd 505-982-9674

 
10 AM – 12 PM

Bread and Chocolate: An Artisanal Epicurean Delight! NEW!! Come on a unique tasting

at register for information

experience where you will enjoy sampling fresh breads and crêpes as well as cacao drinks and sumptuous
chocolates from the kitchens of their creators.
10 AM – 12:15 PM

BREAD and CHOCOLATE: An Artisanal Epicurean Delight NEW!!

at State Capitol Building 505-986-4589

 
11 AM – midnight

W3LL PEOPLE Supernatural Makeup Social + Gift With Purchase

at BODY 505-986-0362

PUT YOUR BEST FACE FORWARD IN 2012!

Chat with celebrity makeup gurus, and W3LL PEOPLE founders, Shirley Pinkson and James Walker Friday morning from 11am to 3pm over tea.

3 PM – 3:30 PM

Spiritual Circles

at Santa Fe Railyard Park 505-982-3373

Church for the Non-Church Going Crowd Looking For the Benefits of Congregation!

Spiritual Circles elevate all attendees to the highest level of the most advanced participant. If all attend, all will be elevated higher.

3:30 PM – midnight

Open Studio

at Santa Fe Children’s Museum (505) 989-8359

Work with a local artist to explore the world of art, using everything from acrylics to pastel, watercolor to blocks and glue.
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. Students ranging from ages three to adult learn the fundamental techniques of traditional and modern movements,
3:45 PM – 4:45 PM

THE JUILLIARD SCHOOL PRESENTS PIANO PRODIGY CONRAD TAO IN“CONCERT AND CONVERSATION”TO REACH LOCAL KIDS

at El Castillo Community Room 250 E. Alameda Street

The Santa Fe Concert Association (SFCA) is proud to be an educational sponsor of The Juilliard School’s “Concert and Conversation” with critically acclaimed young piano sensation Conrad Tao.
4 PM – 7 PM

The Valentine Show

at Gallery 822, 822 Canyon Road

For the Love of Art! Join us for our annual Valentine show with new art by many of our gallery artists. Local artists will be available to meet and greet, Sandy Keller, Peter Krusko, Jane Chavez, and James Moore.
4 PM – 5 AM

Drum&Journey Circle @ The Bishop’s Lodge

at The Bishop’s Lodge Resort&Spa 1297 Bishops Lodge Rd (505) 983-6377; 800-732-2240

5 PM – midnight

Exhibition Opening: Luke Dorman’s Super Store

at Santa Fe University of Art and Design (505) 473-6133/(800) 456-2673

 
5 PM – midnight

Valentine’s On Ice

at Genoveva Chavez Community Center (505) 955-4022

Bring Your Sweetie to the Ice Arena 2 for 1 Special at the Genoveva Chavez Community Center on Friday, February 10th from 5:00-7:00pm.
5 PM – 7 PM

La Noche Dulce”Wine and Chocolate Pairing

at Estrella Del Norte Vineyard 106 N Shining Sun 505-455-2826

Join Estrella Del Norte Vineyard and Chef Rocky Durham for the first of our “La Noche Dulce” wine and chocolate pairing series. Ever since the first grape was picked and the first cacao bean harvested,
6 PM – 7:30 PM

Sally Denton presents her book Plots Against the President

at Collected Works Bookstore 202 Galisteo St (877)988-4226/(505)988-4226

Collected Works Bookstore presents Santa Fe local Sally Denton for a reading and discussion of her latest book, The Plots Against the President: FDR, A Nation in Crisis,
6 PM – 9 PM

Free Friday Night Tennis Fiesta

at Shellaberger Tennis Center, 1600 St. Michael’s Drive (enter at the Santa Fe University of Art&Design) (505) 473-6133/(800) 456-2673

To celebrate the re-opening of the Shellaberger Tennis Center under new ownership, Santa Fe’s world-class facility is throwing a free tennis party every Friday night for a year.
6 PM – 9 PM

Light Portal, New Vision for the People: A Solo Photography Exhibition by Michael C. Gutierrez

at Rouge Cat, 101 W. Marcy, Santa Fe

Rouge Cat presents a solo photography exhibition by Michael C. Gutierrez, featuring works from his IMPRINT and Manifestation series.

Join us for the opening from 6-9pm at Rouge Cat, just one block from the plaza.

6 PM – 9 PM

The Free Range Ramblers

at Second Street Brewery 1814 Second Street 505-982-3030

If you haven’t caught a live show yet you either don’t live around here (or in the UK,
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 – midnight

Nacha Mendez

at Fuego at La Posada 505-954-9630

Nacha Mendez solo acoustic and sometimes with special guests. Latin World Music. No cover
6:30 PM – midnight

Kids at Heart Bingo Fundraiser

at Santa Fe Children’s Museum (505) 989-8359

A bingo fundraising event for Santa Fe Children’s Museum “Kids at Heart” series, featuring Santa Fe’s own Brandi, along with Honey Harris and DJ Yon from 98.1 Radio Free Santa Fe and Blu 102.9.
7 PM

Eric Bibb & Guy Davis

at Lensic Performing Arts Center 505 988 7050

Lensic Presents blues singer/songwriter, Eric Bibb, and blues guitarist, actor and musician, Guy Davis, together for a pilgrimage into the heart of the blues. Buy Tickets
7:30 PM – 9:30 PM

ARCOS Dance presents‘500 Words or Less’

at The Performance Space 1583 Pacheco Street

‘500 Words or Less’ will highlight use of space with photographs and video art leading into the studio, a museum-like display of older communication devices, and dancing already in progress when the audience arrives.
7:30 PM – 10:30 PM

The Three Faces of Jazz

at El Meson, 213 Washington Ave 505-983-6756

Classic Swinging Jazz Piano Trio
featuring Dan Borton on Alto Sax.
7:30 PM – 11 PM

Winter Baile featuring Severo Martinez y Grupo Fuego

at Santa Fe Convention Center 201 W. Marcy St (505) 955-6200

Que viva la 300th Fiesta de Santa Fe! Join us for our first baile of the Fiesta season. Get out your broom skirts, concha belts, and dancing shoes,
7:30 PM – 11 PM

ZENOBIA

at La Fonda Hotel, La Fiesta Lounge, 100 E. San Francisco St 505-982-5511

This event is free and open to the public. For more information, please call 505-995-2363.
8 PM – 10 PM

Ryan McGarvey

at Sol Stage at Santa Fe Brewing Co. 37 Fireplace Ln

 
8 PM – 10 PM

The Squash Blossom Boys

at Cowgirl Cafe 319 S Guadalupe St (505) 982-2565

The traditional, yet contemporary, Squash Blossom Boys bring together a mix of Old Time, Swing, and driving Bluegrass music. Versed in jazz improvisation and music arrangement,
8:30 PM – 11:30 PM

Eldorado Court Lounge Live Entertainment

at Nidah at Eldorado Hotel & Spa 505-995-4573

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 – 11:30 PM

SOUL FOUNDATION SOUL AND R&B

at El Farol 808 Canyon Rd (505) 983-9912

Blues and R&B

Soul Foundation is a five member band playing a large variety of music, including Salsa, Latin, jazz, Cumbia, rock, soul, R&B and funk.

9 PM – 11:30 PM

SOUL FOUNDATION SOUL AND R&B

at 808 Canyon Rd

 
9 PM – midnight

PUNK ROCK at The Underground

at 200 East San Fransisco St

The Elected Officials
APD
Stabbed in Back
play at the Underground, come on down!

Sat., February 11, 2012

 
all day

Love as a Spiritual Practice: RAH! For Couples Retreat at Ghost Ranch

at Ghost Ranch in Abiquiu and in Santa Fe 505.982.8539

There is simply no more important spiritual practice than the love relationship. Join Jessica Maxwell, author of the award-winning spiritual adventure, “Roll Around Heaven,” and the story’s romantic lead, Tom Andersen,
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.

8 AM – 1 PM

Santa Fe Farmers’ Market

at Santa Fe Farmers’ Market Pavilion 1607 Paseo de Peralta (505) 983-4098

The Winter Farmers’ Market in the Santa Fe Railyard provides the freshest greens, hydroponic tomatoes, and other winter veggies grown by Northern New Mexico farmers; plus, local sustainably raised meats, eggs, cheeses, baked goods,
8:30 AM

Guided Bird Walk at the Audubon Center

at Randall Davey Audubon Center&Sanctuary (505) 983-4609

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 – midnight

Santa Fe Artists Market-Winter Show

at Sanbusco Market Center 505/989-9390

WINTER SHOW – Sanbusco Center (Inside Border’s Bldg) Local juried artists.  Painting, photography, sculpture, jewelry, pottery, fiber,
9 AM – midnight

Color Theory in the Dye Studio with Cornelia Theimer Gardella

at Espanola Valley Fiber Arts Center 505-747-3577

Pre-registration required!  Call 505-747-3577 or email: education @ evfac.org. – $310, $15 materials fee.

This course is a combination of color theory and practical work in the dye studio.

9 AM – 12:30 PM

“Precarious Poise” contemporary paintings by Jim Modiano

at Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Santa Fe, 107 West Barcelona Rd 505-982-9674

 
9:30 AM – 11:30 AM

FAMILY PROGRAM The Art of Storytelling Jaune Quick-to-See Smith’s New Mexico Landscapes

at Georgia O’keefe 217 Johnson Street 505-946-1000

Join us for a program of magical connections through storytelling, while learning how to create your own personal story.
10 AM – midnight

Calligraphers Offer Free Demonstrations and Hands-On Tips

at New Mexico History Museum/Palace of the Governors 505-476-5200

As part of the new exhibitions Illuminating the Word: The Saint John’s Bible and Contemplative Landscape,
10 AM

Gotterdammerung

at Lensic Performing Arts Center 505 988 7050

10 AM – 12 PM

Cupid’s Chase 5K

at 511 Old Santa Fe Trail

Run with your heart this Valentine’s Day by running the Cupid’s Chase 5K Run in Santa Fe! Great prizes,
10 AM – 3 PM

Aldea Art Event

at Aldea Community Center on Aldea Plaza 3 Nuevo Milenio

One-Day Only… Creative treasures including, delicious baked cakes&cupcakes, watercolor and oil paintings, ceramic Koshari figures, stamped tin jewelry&accessories,
11 AM – midnight

Valentine’s Day Tea Party with Annie Rose the Flower Fairy

at Santa Fe Farmers Market Pavilion (505) 983-4098

Kids: Come share cookies, talk about love, and dress in your FAIRY best! Meanwhile, parents may enjoy the Farmers’ Market on Saturday and the Artisan Market on Sunday. Events takes place in the Santa Fe Farmers’ Market Pavilion.
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 – midnight

Creating Romance with Aromatherapy

at Milagro Herbs 505-820-6321

Creating Romance with Aromatherapy
Lecture by Linda Byington, Registered Aromatherapist

Want to add spice to your love-life?

1 PM – 2:30 PM

Creating Romance with Aromatherapy

at 419 Orchard Drive, Santa Fe, NM 87501 (right off Paseo de Peralta near Canyon Road, next to Kakawa Chocolate House, and across from Gerald Peters Gallery)

Creating Romance with Aromatherapy
Lecture by Linda Byington, Registered Aromatherapist

Want to add spice to your love-life?

2 PM – midnight

Fashion Show for benefit of our “Back to School Program”

at Warehouse 21 505/989-4423

The Salvation Army of Santa Fe and The Kiwanis Club of Santa Fe are hosting a Fashion Show for the benefit of our “Back to School Program” with a small silent auction.
2 PM

DANZA FOLKLORICA QUETZAL

at El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe, 555 Camino de la Familia (505) 992-0591

Danza Folklorica Quetzal for secondary school and college age students. Info: (505) 992-0591 or (505) 603-7997 (Xochitl). There is no charge. A co-operation of Antonina Valdez Romp, Director,
2 PM

Waterwise&Wonderful 2012 Spring Seminar Series

at Santa Fe Greenhouses 2904 Rufina Street 505-473-2700

 
2 PM – 5 PM

THE BILL HEARNE TRIO – Bills Birthday Bash

at Cowgirl Cafe 319 S Guadalupe St (505) 982-2565

This Saturday is Bill Hearne’s Birthday!!!  What better way to celebrate than by letting Bill himself wow you with his own brand of Country.  2 -5pm

About Bill:

Honkytonks, roadhouses, empty whiskey glasses,

4 PM – 5 AM

Drum&Journey Circle @ The Bishop’s Lodge

at The Bishop’s Lodge Resort&Spa 1297 Bishops Lodge Rd (505) 983-6377; 800-732-2240

6 PM – midnight

Gospel Jam

at Zia United Methodist Church (505) 471-0997

Gospel Jams: 3368 Governor Miles Road – Santa Fe NM 87507 Zia United Methodist Church will begin Gospel Jams on Saturday nights at 6pm.
6 PM – midnight

Eryn Bent @ Steaksmith

at Steaksmith at El Gancho 505-988-3333

Relax and lounge to the melodies of Singer/Songwriter Eryn Bent every Saturday from 6-9pm at Steaksmith at El Gancho.
6 PM – 8 PM

SCIENCE CAFÉFOR YOUNG THINKERS Use It, Lose It, or Save It-The Science of Renewable Energy Storage

at Georgia O’keefe 123 Grant Avenue 505-946-1000

Dr. Albert Migliori, Los Alamos National Laboratory
COST: These FREE talks for students ages 13–18, and their teachers and parents, are sponsored by the Santa Fe Alliance for Science (sfafs.org), the Santa Fe Institute,
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

Belly dancing at Celestial Creations Enchanted Gifts of New Mexico,
6 PM – 9 PM

Jono Manson

at Second Street Brewery 1814 Second Street 505-982-3030

Jono Manson is a prolific singer/songwriter and seasoned performer, with a long track record that includes major-label releases as both recording artist and producer.
6:30 PM – midnight

Nia Love Jam!

at BODY 505-986-0362

Come celebrate the month of LOVE with the Nia teachers of BODY! We will move to an eclectic playlist having everything to do with this four-letter-word, dancing and celebrating all of its facets. Our focus will be on the heart,
6:30 PM – midnight

Nacha Mendez

at Fuego at La Posada 505-954-9630

Nacha Mendez performs music from all the Spanish speaking countries of the world inside FUEGO Restaurant and Wine bar at La Posada every Saturday.
6:30 PM

SFCA: Valentine’s Dinner & Dance

at La Posada de Santa Fe (505)986-0000

7 PM – midnight

Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar @ Epazote

at Epazote (505) 988-5991

Dine to the sweet, tropical sounds of Hawaiian slack key guitar in the nahenahe (sweet and gentle) style. Enjoy Chef Fernando Olea’s fine Mexico City cuisine in Epazote Restaurant’s relaxed atmosphere. No cover.
7 PM – midnight

SFCO Let’s Dance

at Santa Fe Community Convention Center (505) 955-6200

The Santa Fe Community Orchestra (SFCO) continues its 30th anniversary season with Let’s Dance, the orchestra’s annual all-ages swing and ballroom dance, on Feb. 11, 2012, from 7-10 p.m.
7 PM – 9 PM

Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar

at Epazote Restaurant, 416 Agua Fria, Santa Fe

Dine to the sweet, tropical sounds of Hawaiian slack key guitar. Gentle, relaxing, and good for the digestion!
7:30 PM – 8:30 PM

Boris McCutcheon and the Salt Licks

at El Farol 808 Canyon Rd (505) 983-9912

Benefit concert – all proceeds to the band
7:30 PM – 9:30 PM

ARCOS Dance presents‘500 Words or Less’

at The Performance Space 1583 Pacheco Street

‘500 Words or Less’ will highlight use of space with photographs and video art leading into the studio, a museum-like display of older communication devices, and dancing already in progress when the audience arrives.
7:30 PM – 10:30 PM

Bert Dalton Trio

at El Meson, 213 Washington Ave 505-983-6756

Brilliant Pianist Bert Dalton on the Baby Grand with his Trio. No Cover
7:30 PM – 11 PM

ZENOBIA

at La Fonda Hotel, La Fiesta Lounge, 100 E. San Francisco St 505-982-5511

This event is free and open to the public. For more information, please call 505-995-2363.
8 PM – 10 PM

Broomdust Caravan * Stephanie Hatfield&Bill Palmer * Hidden Whale Valentine’s Day Weekend Dance

at Sol Stage at Santa Fe Brewing Co. 37 Fireplace Ln

 
8 PM – 10 PM

FELIX y LOS GATOS

at Cowgirl Cafe 319 S Guadalupe St (505) 982-2565

Zydeco-Western Swing-Americana-Blues; Felix y los Gatos has been rockin’ the southwest for over two years now. The band is made up of all star session musicians from the New Mexico blues and jazz scene.
8:30 PM – 11:30 PM

Eldorado Court Lounge Live Entertainment

at Nidah at Eldorado Hotel & Spa 505-995-4573

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 – midnight

Encaustic Painting Workshop

at Santa Fe Community College (505) 428-1676

Santa Fe artist, Russell Thurston is having a 2 day encaustic painting workshop.
This workshop is open to anyone who wants to learn the ancient art of encaustic painting from a master.
9 PM – 11:30 PM

SHONASLOVAKIA–AFRO GYPSY FUSION When

at El Farol 808 Canyon Rd (505) 983-9912

ShonaSlovakia, a high-energy world fusion dance band, fuses Afro world-beat with ranchera, ska, rock and roll, R&B, New Orleans Street Beat, Funk, Cumbia and Euro-gypsy.

Sun., February 12, 2012

 
all day

Boris McCutcheon & The Salt Licks Play Townes Van Zandt

at Cowgirl BBQ (505) 982-2565

February Gospel Brunch with Boris McCutcheon and the Salt Licks.
all day

Santa Fe Wedding Fair

at Santa Fe Community Convention Center (505) 955-6200

Featuring over 60 Distinguished Wedding Service and Product Providers.

Brides Register to win a $1,000 Wedding Cake,

all day

SFCM’s 23rd Birthday Party

at Santa Fe Children’s Museum (505) 989-8359

Celebrate our birthday on Sunday, February 12, from Noon to 5 p.m. with hands-on art activities highlighting birthday traditions from around the world, as well as music, cupcakes, voting to name our new animals, a visit from Peaches,
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.

12:30 AM – midnight

Jim “Kando” Green

at BODY 505-986-0362

Learn Zen meditation in a relaxed setting. This gathering will include instruction for the techniques in Zen meditation, discussion of the history and context of Zen practice, opportunities for questions and a guided meditation.
9 AM – midnight

Color Theory in the Dye Studio with Cornelia Theimer Gardella

at Espanola Valley Fiber Arts Center 505-747-3577

Pre-registration required!  Call 505-747-3577 or email: education @ evfac.org. – $310, $15 materials fee.

This course is a combination of color theory and practical work in the dye studio.

9 AM – 12:30 PM

“Precarious Poise” contemporary paintings by Jim Modiano

at Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Santa Fe, 107 West Barcelona Rd 505-982-9674

 
9:30 AM – 11:30 PM

Sunday Spiritual Gathering

at Everyday Center for Spiritual Living 1380 Vegas Verdes 505-629-9633

 
10 AM – midnight

Calligraphers Offer Free Demonstrations and Hands-On Tips

at New Mexico History Museum/Palace of the Governors 505-476-5200

As part of the new exhibitions Illuminating the Word: The Saint John’s Bible and Contemplative Landscape,
10 AM – 4 PM

Railyard Artisan Market

at Santa Fe Farmers’ Market Pavilion 1607 Paseo de Peralta (505) 983-4098

 
11 AM – midnight

Valentine’s Day Tea Party with Annie Rose the Flower Fairy

at Santa Fe Farmers Market Pavilion (505) 983-4098

Kids: Come share cookies, talk about love, and dress in your FAIRY best! Meanwhile, parents may enjoy the Farmers’ Market on Saturday and the Artisan Market on Sunday. Events takes place in the Santa Fe Farmers’ Market Pavilion.
noon – 2 PM

Boris McCutcheon van Zandt Brunch

at Cowgirl Cafe 319 S Guadalupe St (505) 982-2565

Boris McCutcheon is a singer and songwriter of truly unique and engaging “Americana” songs. He plays guitar, harmonica and mandolin and he is backed by an incredible band of musicians known as “The Salt Licks”.
1 PM – 4 PM

Margarete Bagshaw: Breaking the Rules

at Museum of Indian Arts and Culture/Laboratory of Anthropology, 710 Camino Lejo (505) 476-1250

The Museum of Indian Arts and Culture will present a major retrospective spanning 20 years of the self-taught artist Margarete Bagshaw. Opening February 12,
1:45 PM – midnight

Free Intro Workshop – BODY Yoga School

at BODY 505-986-0362

Free Introduction To BODY Yoga School!Considering Yoga School? Wondering what we offer in our Teacher Training and what makes our program unique?
2 PM – midnight

STEM Activities

at Santa Fe Children’s Museum (505) 989-8359

Explore science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
2 PM – midnight

Third Annual Charles Darwin Thumb Wrestling Tournament

at Second Street Brewery @ Second Street 505-982-3030

$5 participant entry fee will be donated to the Santa Fe Institute’s GUTS (Growing Up Thinking Scientifically) school science club program. All ages welcome! Prizes for first place in each age/thumb-size category.
2 PM – 4 PM

ARCOS Dance presents‘500 Words or Less’

at The Performance Space 1583 Pacheco Street

‘500 Words or Less’ will highlight use of space with photographs and video art leading into the studio, a museum-like display of older communication devices, and dancing already in progress when the audience arrives.
2 PM – 4 PM

Artist’s Way Author Julia Cameron facilitating 12 week Artist Way workshop

at Unity Santa Fe 1212 Unity Way

ARTIST’S WAY AUTHOR JULIA CAMERON
will be personally facilitating The Artist’s Way
workshop for 12 weeks on creativity.
Come join Julia, now a Santa Fe resident,
on this spiritual and practical path to higher creativity.
4 PM – midnight

Snake Feeding

at Santa Fe Children’s Museum (505) 989-8359

Come watch Peaches, the snake, eat her weekly meal.
4 PM – 6 PM

Ramon Calderon A Sunday Afternoon in Havana

at El Farol 808 Canyon Rd (505) 983-9912

A Sunday Afternoon In Havana Imagine yourself with a mojito listening to Latin music in Old Havana. Ramon Calderon has recreated this scene right here at El Farol. Ramon is from Cuba, a great musician,
5 PM – midnight

Two to Tangle: A Valentine’s Day Partner Yoga Workshop

at BODY 505-986-0362

The people we love are the ones who soften our experience. Invite a good friend, a date or a family member to a practice devoted to honoring the bonds of love that fulfill our humanity.
7 PM – midnight

Nacha Mendez @ El Farol

at El Farol (505) 983-9912

Nacha Mendez takes the stage every Sunday. Solo acoustic. Latin World Music. CD and prize giveaways during one of Nacha’s New Mexico History trivia Quiz.
7 PM

Leo Kottke

at Lensic Performing Arts Center 505 988 7050

7:30 PM – midnight

The Tony Buford Project

at Vanessie 505-982-9966

This show features Tony Buford, Mark Clark, Andy kingston and Justin Bransford in a presentation of of just plain great music.  It is a blend of all styles and genres.  it will take you through moods of toe tappin music,
8 PM – 11 PM

QORICHASKA

at Cowgirl Cafe 319 S Guadalupe St (505) 982-2565

Qorichaska Trio formed in the summer of 2010 after the three members met and found like interests in spirituality and the composition of original music. Consisting of: Tito Rios: Guitar, Qina, Charango,
9 PM – midnight

Encaustic Painting Workshop

at Santa Fe Community College (505) 428-1676

Santa Fe artist, Russell Thurston is having a 2 day encaustic painting workshop.
This workshop is open to anyone who wants to learn the ancient art of encaustic painting from a master.

Mon., February 13, 2012

 
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 – 12:30 PM

“Precarious Poise” contemporary paintings by Jim Modiano

at Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Santa Fe, 107 West Barcelona Rd 505-982-9674

 
2 PM – midnight

That Was My Last Cough: The Humor and Cartoons of Ricardo Caté

at Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian (505) 982-4636

 
2 PM – 4 PM

GEEKS WHO DRINK TRIVIA CONTEST

at El Farol 808 Canyon Rd (505) 983-9912

 
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. Students ranging from ages three to adult learn the fundamental techniques of traditional and modern movements,
6 PM – 8 PM

“Acting Together” Film Screening&Panel Discussion

at Tipton Hall on the campus of the SF University of Art and Design 1600 St. Michaels Drive Santa Fe, NM 87505

The feature documentary “Acting Together on the World Stage” highlights courageous and creative artists and peacebuilders working in conflict zones. Panelists include Roberta Levitow and Daniel Banks,Ph.D.,
7 PM – midnight

Geeks Who Drink @ El Farol

at El Farol (505) 983-9912

Weekly pub quiz mondays @ El Farol

Simply, a quiz game played in a pub. It’s an Anglo-Irish tradition, but our goal is the same: to foster friendly competition, and promote social drinking.

7 PM – 9 PM

Big Screen Classics Valentine’s Day – THE PRINCESS BRIDE

at Lensic Performing Arts Center 505 988 7050

The fairy tale, The Princess Bride, is beloved by fans due in part to lines like, “Good luck storming the castle,” and “Mawage. Buy Tickets
7:30 PM – 11 PM

Night Train

at La Fonda Hotel, La Fiesta Lounge, 100 E. San Francisco St 505-982-5511

Blues – This event is free and open to the public. For more information, please call 505-995-2363.
8 PM – 10 PM

POETICA

at El Farol 808 Canyon Rd (505) 983-9912

 
9 PM – 11 PM

COWGIRL KARAOKE-Hosted by MICHELE LEIDIG

at Cowgirl Cafe 319 S Guadalupe St (505) 982-2565

COWGIRL KARAOKE-Hosted by MICHELE LEIDIG

Award-winning, long-running, ass-kicking Karaoke from Santa Fe’s Queen of Karaoke. 9-12 PM No Cover

Tue., February 14, 2012

 
all day

Valentine Noon Vinyasa

at BODY 505-986-0362

Emily Branden’s Soundtrack of Love
+ 15 minute Relaxation Sound Bliss by DJ AMANI.
For your HEART & SOUL!

Tuesday, February 14th
Noon-1pm

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 – 12:30 PM

“Precarious Poise” contemporary paintings by Jim Modiano

at Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Santa Fe, 107 West Barcelona Rd 505-982-9674

 
11:30 AM – midnight

Sculpture Showcase Reception

at Santa Fe Community College (505) 428-1676

Santa Fe Community College’s Visual Arts Gallery presents a showcase exhibition by the School of Arts and Design’s sculpture faculty, students and alumni. Work from faculty artists,
3:30 PM – midnight

Get That Job Seminar: Creating a Professional Portfolio

at Santa Fe Community College (505) 428-1676

 
4 PM – midnight

Little Yogis

at Santa Fe Children’s Museum (505) 989-8359

Move like animals as you practice balance and coordination. All ages. Santa Fe Children’s
Museum, 1050 Old Pecos Trail, 989-8359.
5 PM – midnight

$2-Tuesday @ Maria’s

at Maria’s New Mexican Kitchen 505-983-7929

Join Maria’s $2-Tuesday-Night Club and pay only $2.00 for the second entree of equal or lesser cost, every Tuesday Night from October through April,
6 PM – midnight

Open Bluegrass Jam

at Backroad Pizza 505-955-9055

6-8 pm Bring your instrument and join in or just come and enjoy the fabulous live bluegrass music!

Open to everyone.

6:30 PM – midnight

Game Night

at Flying Star Cafe 505-216-3939

Mid-Week Game Night. Bring a favorite game. Majority rules on what we play. The venue is the Flying Star Cafe at the Rail Yard. They are reserving the big table by the windows for us.
7 PM – midnight

Trova! World Music Dinner Show at El Farol

at El Farol (505) 983-9912

Dear Friends,

I am pleased to announce my latest project Trova! Opens Aug.16! Trova will be an evening of some of my favorite songs from all the Spanish speaking countries of the world, the Middle East, Greece,

7 PM – 9 PM

Big Screen Classics Valentine’s Day – THE WAY WE WERE

at Lensic Performing Arts Center 505 988 7050

The story follows the difficult romance between Katie (Barbara Streisand), a Jewish political activist and Hubbell (Robert Redford) a carefree writer with no particular political bent. Buy Tickets
7 PM – 10 PM

Singer Songwiter’s Open Mic at Tiny’s Presented by 505 Bands.com

at Tiny’s Restaurant and Lounge 1005 St Francis Dr (505) 983-1100

Hosted by Synde Parten and John Reives with (most tuesdays) backing musicians Dave Crosby on bass and Frank Schmitt on electric guitar and M. c. Clymer (of 505bands.com) on sound.
7:30 PM – 8:30 PM

Salsa Dance Classes-Winter/Spring Schedule

at Aspen Santa Fe Ballet 550-B St. Michaels Drive, Ste #1

 
7:30 PM – 10:30 PM

Acoustic Open Mic hosted by Case Tanner

at Second Street Brewery Railyard district 505-982-3030

C’mon down every Tuesday from 7:30-10:30p as our friend Case hosts an acoustic open mic. Sign up when you get here and play a song or two…or three!
7:30 PM – 11 PM

Argentine Tango Milonga

at El Meson, 213 Washington Ave 505-983-6756

Tango Dancing
$5 Minimum Consumption
7:30 PM – 11 PM

Night Train

at La Fonda Hotel, La Fiesta Lounge, 100 E. San Francisco St 505-982-5511

Blues – This event is free and open to the public. For more information, please call 505-995-2363.
8 PM – 11 PM

The whistle Pigs

at Cowgirl Cafe 319 S Guadalupe St (505) 982-2565

 
9 PM – 11:30 PM

BLUES JAM

at El Farol 808 Canyon Rd (505) 983-9912

 Some of Santa Fe’s best musicians come together tonight to fill El Farol with the sounds of the Blues.

Stop by to listen, have some tapas, drink a drink, or even bring your harp or guitar and get in on the action!

Wed., February 15, 2012

 
all day

The Graphics of Statehood: The Mapping of New Mexico

at New Mexico History Museum/Palace of the Governors 505-476-5200

Dennis Reinhartz is professor emeritus of history and Russian at the University of Texas at Arlington.
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 – 12:30 PM

“Precarious Poise” contemporary paintings by Jim Modiano

at Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Santa Fe, 107 West Barcelona Rd 505-982-9674

 
10:30 AM – midnight

Story Time

at Collected Works Bookstore & Coffeehouse (877)988-4226/(505)988-4226

Stories, songs,
10:45 AM – midnight

Weekly Story Time at Collected Works

at Collected Works Bookstore & Coffeehouse (877)988-4226/(505)988-4226

 
11 AM – midnight

Amazing Art With Julie

at Santa Fe Children’s Museum (505) 989-8359

Explore all you can do with fabric.
noon – 1 PM

Brainpower&Brownbags Lecture Series – Dennis Reinhartz,“The Graphics of Statehood: The Mapping of New Mexico”

at New Mexico History Museum 113 Lincoln Ave 505-476-5200

Reinhartz is professor emeritus of history and Russian at the University of Texas at Arlington. His publications include Mapping and Empire: Soldier-Engineers on the Southwestern Frontier (University of Texas Press, 2005).
noon – 2 PM

Let’s Take A Look

at Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, Museum Hill (505) 476-1250

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.
3:30 PM – midnight

Glass Bead Making

at Santa Fe Children’s Museum (505) 989-8359

See how glass beads are made and design your own bead to take home.
3:30 PM – midnight

Get That Job Seminar: Job Search Strategies

at Santa Fe Community College (505) 428-1676

3-7% of available jobs are posted in the newspaper.  Learn how to find the rest of the opportunities — and how to create them!  FREE for students and the public.  West Wing room 310 ,
4 PM – midnight

Maestros

at Santa Fe Children’s Museum (505) 989-8359

Experience all things musical as you explore the violin and other instruments.
7 PM – midnight

Trova! World Music Dinner Show at El Farol

at El Farol (505) 983-9912

Dear Friends,

I am pleased to announce my latest project Trova! Opens Aug.16! Trova will be an evening of some of my favorite songs from all the Spanish speaking countries of the world, the Middle East, Greece,

7 PM – midnight

Warehouse 21 Open Mic Night Jam

at Warehouse 21 505/989-4423

Open Mic Night Jam every Wednesday. 7-9pm.

Free Admission.

Some Wednesday’s will have special guests.

7 PM – midnight

Nacha Mendez

at La Boca 505/982-3433

Nacha Mendez performs music from all the Spanish speaking countries of the world every Wednesday at La Boca.

There is no cover.

7 PM

Michael Ondaatje

at Lensic Performing Arts Center 505 988 7050

Lannan Foundation announces its 2011-2012 series of events!
Readings & Conversations brings to Santa Fe a wide range of writers from the literary world of fiction, Buy Tickets

 
7 PM – 9 PM

Jim Almand

at El Meson, 213 Washington Ave 505-983-6756

Singer, songwriter, guitarist and harpist. No Cover
7:30 PM – 11 PM

Bill Hearne Trio

at La Fonda Hotel, La Fiesta Lounge, 100 E. San Francisco St 505-982-5511

Honkytonks, roadhouses, empty whiskey glasses, unrequited love are the brick and mortar of country music and there isn’t a better mason than Bill Hearne…

Bill Hearne calls it ‘The Road:’ that metaphorical ribbon of honky-tonks,

8 PM – midnight

Salsa Caliente!

at El Farol (505) 983-9912

 
8 PM – 11 PM

The whistle Pigs

at Cowgirl Cafe 319 S Guadalupe St (505) 982-2565

 
8:30 PM – 11:30 PM

SANGRE LATIN JAM-MUSICIANS WELCOME

at El Farol 808 Canyon Rd (505) 983-9912

 

Thu., February 16, 2012

 
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 – 12:30 PM

“Precarious Poise” contemporary paintings by Jim Modiano

at Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Santa Fe, 107 West Barcelona Rd 505-982-9674

 
10:30 AM – midnight

Bilingual Story Time

at Santa Fe Children’s Museum (505) 989-8359

Dive deeper into each exhibit with a knowledgeable and fun educator.
10:45 AM – midnight

Weekly Story Time at Collected Works

at Collected Works Bookstore & Coffeehouse (877)988-4226/(505)988-4226

 
3:30 PM – midnight

The Creative Workshop

at Santa Fe Children’s Museum (505) 989-8359

Work together to build, design and create everything from boats to masks.
3:30 PM – midnight

Get That Job Seminar: Resume or LinkedIn Page Creation Lab

at Santa Fe Community College (505) 428-1676

Bring your flash drive and any old resumes to help you create your new, skills-based resume or LinkedIn page.  FREE No pre-registration required. Computer Lab 611E, Santa Fe Community College, 6401 Richards Ave, Santa Fe,
3:30 PM – 5:30 PM

Kids Fashion Class

at Bacon-Richards Studio 227 Don Gaspar #28

Come join us on Thursday afternoons and learn about fashion, sewing, illustration and work on your own projects. The possibilities are endless: you can work on your project for the recycled trash fashion show, learn how to sew,
4 PM – midnight

Break Dancing Class

at Warehouse 21 505/989-4423

Learn to

  • Top rock
  • Drops
  • Down rock
  • Freezes
  • Power Moves
  • Routines
  • Free Style
  • And more.
 
6 PM – midnight

Joe West & Friends

at Second Street Brewery @ Second Street 505-982-3030

Eclectic americana
6 PM – 7:30 PM

THe Muse Times Two Poetry Series presents H.L. Hix and Kate Northrop

at Collected Works Bookstore 202 Galisteo Street (877)988-4226/(505)988-4226

Collected Works Bookstore and the Muse Times Two Poetry Series welcome H.L. Hix and Kate Northrop for a presentation of their latest pieces.

H.L.

6 PM – 8 PM

SCIENCE CAFÉFOR YOUNG THINKERS Use It, Lose It, or Save It-The Science of Renewable Energy Storage

at Georgia O’Keeffe Museum Museum Education Annex, 123 Grant Avenue 505-946-1000

Dr. Albert Migliori, Los Alamos National Laboratory
COST: These FREE talks for students ages 13–18, and their teachers and parents, are sponsored by the Santa Fe Alliance for Science (sfafs.org), the Santa Fe Institute,
6:30 PM – midnight

Tim Valentine

at BODY 505-986-0362

Valentine has performed with various blues bands, and as a solo artist in Santa Fe and the surrounding area.  Tim has released two CDs, the first, “Where I’ve Been”, and his most recent, “Songs in the Silence”.
6:30 PM – midnight

El Mariachi Sonidos del Monte

at Steaksmith at El Gancho 505-988-3333

Mariachi Sonidos del Monte playing Thursday Evenings from 6:30pm-8:30pm in both the lounge and the dining room.. Please join us for a night of good eats and good music.
6:30 PM – 8:30 PM

Enchanting Belly Dance with the Saltanah Dancers

at Cleopatra Cafe on the Southside, 3482 Zafarano, 505-474-5644 505-820-7381

The Saltanah Dancers enchant at Cleopatra’s on the Southside! Come see our ever-changing belly dance show at this popular Middle Eastern restaurant. The Saltanah Dancers- Deborah, Areena, Michelle,
7 PM – midnight

A Month With the Moon

at Santa Fe Community College (505) 428-1676

Learn more about Earth’s natural satellite. Santa Fe Community College Planetarium.
7 PM – midnight

Scott Cadenasso

at Backroad Pizza 505-955-9055

Originally from the San Francisco Bay Area, Scott Cadenasso has been a fixture in the New Mexico music scene for nearly thirty years. He has been a principal member of several New Mexico bands spanning a broad pallette of genres.
7 PM – midnight

Trova! World Music Dinner Show at El Farol

at El Farol (505) 983-9912

Dear Friends,

I am pleased to announce my latest project Trova! Opens Aug.16! Trova will be an evening of some of my favorite songs from all the Spanish speaking countries of the world, the Middle East, Greece,

7 PM – 9 PM

John Rangel—Duets

at El Meson, 213 Washington Ave 505-983-6756

Piano virtuoso John Rangel performs Duets with special guests. No Cover
7:30 PM – 8:30 PM

Salsa Dance Classes-Winter/Spring Schedule

at Aspen Santa Fe Ballet 550-B St. Michaels Drive, Ste #1

 
7:30 PM – 9:30 PM

Santa Fe Concert Association presents pianist Stephen Hough

at Lensic Performing Arts Center W. San Fransisco St 505 988 7050

7:30 PM – 10:30 PM

Joe West&Friends

at Second Street Brewery Railyard district 505-982-3030

Eclectic Americana with Joe West&Friends. 6-9 pm every Thursday in February!
7:30 PM – 11 PM

Bill Hearne Trio

at La Fonda Hotel, La Fiesta Lounge, 100 E. San Francisco St 505-982-5511

Honkytonks, roadhouses, empty whiskey glasses, unrequited love are the brick and mortar of country music and there isn’t a better mason than Bill Hearne…

Bill Hearne calls it ‘The Road:’ that metaphorical ribbon of honky-tonks,

8 PM – 11 PM

Jeff Crosby and the Refugees

at Cowgirl Cafe 319 S Guadalupe St (505) 982-2565

Jeff Crosby is a 24 year old songwriter, singer, and multi-intrumentalist from Donnelly, Idaho. Born and raised in Idaho, Jeff started his career playing folk music with local elders in the bars and back porches of his hometown.
8 PM – 11 PM

TROVA DINNER SHOW

at El Farol 808 Canyon Rd (505) 983-9912

Nacha Mendez entertainer extraordinaire has put together a spectacular Dinner show.

She has combined musical influences from Spain, Latin America, Greece, Italy and the Middle East to bring you Trova.

8:30 PM – 11:30 PM

Eldorado Court Lounge Live Entertainment

at Nidah at Eldorado Hotel & Spa 505-995-4573

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 – 11:30 PM

ERICK GEORGE MAN NO SOBER — ROCK

at El Farol 808 Canyon Rd (505) 983-9912

Eric George has been making music for over 20 years, sharing the stage with top diverse national artists from Buddy Guy to Buddy Miles, Rascal Flatts to Keith Urban, Brett Michaels, and Kid Rock. He started in music at 10 years old,

Fri., February 17, 2012

 
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 – midnight

Preschool Prime Time

at Santa Fe Children’s Museum (505) 989-8359

A special time for children under 5 to enjoy exhibits and hands-on activities. Play dress-up,
dance and get your face painted.

Santa Fe Children’s Museum

9 AM – 12:30 PM

“Precarious Poise” contemporary paintings by Jim Modiano

at Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Santa Fe, 107 West Barcelona Rd 505-982-9674

 
3:30 PM – midnight

Open Studio

at Santa Fe Children’s Museum (505) 989-8359

Work with a local artist to explore the world of art, using everything from acrylics to pastel, watercolor to blocks and glue.
4 PM – 5 AM

Drum&Journey Circle @ The Bishop’s Lodge

at The Bishop’s Lodge Resort&Spa 1297 Bishops Lodge Rd (505) 983-6377; 800-732-2240

5 PM – midnight

‘Time-Lapse’ Public Opening at SITE Santa Fe

at SITE Santa Fe (505) 989-1199

Time-Lapse challenges the notion that an exhibition is a fixed entity with artworks that remain consistent throughout the time the exhibition is on view.
5:30 PM

The Arts in New Mexico

at Saint Francis Auditorium, Museum of Fine Arts (505) 476-5072

5:45 PM – midnight

Live Music & Vinyasa

at BODY 505-986-0362

LIVE MUSIC & VINYASA led by Emily Branden
Friday, February 17th 5:45-7pm

Come move and groove…
with mood progressive electric guitar by Jesse Berlin

6 PM – 9 PM

Free Friday Night Tennis Fiesta

at Shellaberger Tennis Center, 1600 St. Michael’s Drive (enter at the Santa Fe University of Art&Design) (505) 473-6133/(800) 456-2673

To celebrate the re-opening of the Shellaberger Tennis Center under new ownership, Santa Fe’s world-class facility is throwing a free tennis party every Friday night for a year.
6 PM – 9 PM

The Country Blues Revue

at Second Street Brewery 1814 Second Street 505-982-3030

Honkytonks, roadhouses, empty whiskey glasses, unrequited love are the brick and mortar of country music and there isn’t a better mason than Bill Hearne…

Bill Hearne calls it ‘The Road:’ that metaphorical ribbon of honky-tonks,

6:30 PM – midnight

Nacha Mendez

at Fuego at La Posada 505-954-9630

Nacha Mendez solo acoustic and sometimes with special guests. Latin World Music. No cover
7 PM

Travelling Light

at Lensic Performing Arts Center 505 988 7050

he Lensic presents, as part of the National Theatre Live (NT Live) series, Nicholas Wright’s new play, Travelling Light, directed by Nicholas Hytner on February 17. Following Vincent in Brixton and The Reporter, Buy Tickets
7 PM – 9 PM

Theater Grottesco presents: STORM

at CCA’s Munoz Waxman Gallery 1050 Old Pecos Trail

STORM is a play about environment;
a journey into the social paradigms that prevent the world from taking action:
and a breath-taking ride that audiences and artists take together into unknown artistic form.
7 PM – 9:30 PM

National Theatre Live TRAVELLING LIGHT

at Lensic Performing Art Center 211 W. San Francisco St

Following Vincent in Brixton and The Reporter, Wright’s new play is a funny and fascinating tribute to the Eastern European immigrants who became major players in Hollywood’s golden age.
7:30 PM – midnight

Laurie Lewis & the Right Hands

at Sol @ Santa Fe Brewing Company (505) 424-9637

Grammy Award winner and 2 time IBMA (International Bluegrass Music Association) Female Vocalist of the Year, Laurie Lewis returns to Santa Fe while touring in support of her latest cd, Skippin’ and Flyin’,
7:30 PM – 9:30 PM

Southwest Roots Music&SF Performance Exchange present Laurie Lewis&The Right Hands

at Sol Stage at Santa Fe Brewing Co. 37 Fireplace Ln

 
7:30 PM – 10:30 PM

The Three Faces of Jazz

at El Meson, 213 Washington Ave 505-983-6756

Classic Swinging Jazz Piano Trio
featuring Dan Borton on Alto Sax.
7:30 PM – 11 PM

WISE GUYS

at La Fonda Hotel, La Fiesta Lounge, 100 E. San Francisco St 505-982-5511

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

Tiho Dimitrov @ Vanessie Santa Fe

at Vanessie 505-982-9966

Tiho Dimitrov returns to Vanessie Santa Fe for another showcase of original songs. If you like artists such as Eric Clapton, Mark Knopfler, Buddy Guy, Jonny Lang, John Mayer, Carlos Santana, then you will definetely enjoy this show.
8 PM – 11 PM

Julie Neumark and Luis Oliart

at Cowgirl Cafe 319 S Guadalupe St (505) 982-2565

“Funky Country Blues Rock for The Soul” is how the sound of Julie Neumark teaming up with Luis Oliart has been described.

“Oliart brings the funk of Parliament,

9 PM – 11:30 PM

WHITE BUFFALO — NORTHERN ROCK

at El Farol 808 Canyon Rd (505) 983-9912

 

Sat., February 18, 2012

 
all day

Time-Lapse: a SITE Santa Fe Exhibit

at SITE Santa Fe (505) 989-1199

Time-Lapse challenges the notion that an exhibition is a fixed entity with artworks that remain consistent throughout the time the exhibition is on view.
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.

8 AM – 1 PM

Santa Fe Farmers’ Market

at Santa Fe Farmers’ Market Pavilion 1607 Paseo de Peralta (505) 983-4098

The Winter Farmers’ Market in the Santa Fe Railyard provides the freshest greens, hydroponic tomatoes, and other winter veggies grown by Northern New Mexico farmers; plus, local sustainably raised meats, eggs, cheeses, baked goods,
9 AM – midnight

Santa Fe Artists Market-Winter Show

at Sanbusco Market Center 505/989-9390

WINTER SHOW – Sanbusco Center (Inside Border’s Bldg) Local juried artists.  Painting, photography, sculpture, jewelry, pottery, fiber,
9 AM – 12:30 PM

“Precarious Poise” contemporary paintings by Jim Modiano

at Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Santa Fe, 107 West Barcelona Rd 505-982-9674

 
10 AM – midnight

Calligraphers Offer Free Demonstrations and Hands-On Tips

at New Mexico History Museum/Palace of the Governors 505-476-5200

As part of the new exhibitions Illuminating the Word: The Saint John’s Bible and Contemplative Landscape,
2 PM

DANZA FOLKLORICA QUETZAL

at El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe, 555 Camino de la Familia (505) 992-0591

Danza Folklorica Quetzal for secondary school and college age students. Info: (505) 992-0591 or (505) 603-7997 (Xochitl). There is no charge. A co-operation of Antonina Valdez Romp, Director,
2 PM

Waterwise&Wonderful 2012 Spring Seminar Series

at Santa Fe Greenhouses 2904 Rufina Street 505-473-2700

 
2 PM – 5 PM

Ed and Neil Pearlman

at Cowgirl Cafe 319 S Guadalupe St (505) 982-2565

Scottish & Cape Breton Music with flavors of jazz, latin, & funk! Ed Pearlman has performed many styles of music, but has specialized in Scottish/Cape Breton fiddling for 30 years. He has toured with Highland Soles,
4 PM – 5:30 PM

FIDDLE&CELLO WORKSHOP WITH LAURA CORTESE, VALERIE THOMPSON and MARIEL VANDERSTEEL

at Belisama/Charisma Studios, 901 W. San Mateo, Suite X (above Yoga Source) in Santa Fe

Laura Cortese, a graduate of Berklee College of Music, teaches fiddle and singing workshops and private lessons internationally at Newcastle University in England,
4 PM – 5 AM

Drum&Journey Circle @ The Bishop’s Lodge

at The Bishop’s Lodge Resort&Spa 1297 Bishops Lodge Rd (505) 983-6377; 800-732-2240

6 PM – midnight

Vanessie Belly Dance Dinner Show

at Vanessie 505-982-9966

Once again, Deborah,
6 PM – midnight

Gospel Jam

at Zia Methodist Church (505) 471-0997

Gospel Jams: 3368 Governor Miles Road – Santa Fe NM 87507 Zia United Methodist Church will begin Gospel Jams on Saturday nights at 6pm.
6 PM – midnight

Eryn Bent @ Steaksmith

at Steaksmith at El Gancho 505-988-3333

Relax and lounge to the melodies of Singer/Songwriter Eryn Bent every Saturday from 6-9pm at Steaksmith at El Gancho.
6 PM – 9 PM

Todd Tijerina Blues Duo

at Second Street Brewery 1814 Second Street 505-982-3030

Todd Tijerina (Tee-her-ee-na) is one of the few individuals possessing the right amounts of talent and determination to make a successful living playing music. And like most career musicians his passion started early.
6:30 PM – midnight

Nacha Mendez

at Fuego at La Posada 505-954-9630

Nacha Mendez performs music from all the Spanish speaking countries of the world inside FUEGO Restaurant and Wine bar at La Posada every Saturday.
7 PM – 9 PM

Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar

at Epazote Restaurant, 416 Agua Fria, Santa Fe

Dine to the sweet, tropical sounds of Hawaiian slack key guitar. Gentle, relaxing, and good for the digestion!
7 PM – 9 PM

Los Alamos Community Winds – The Music of Shakespeare and his Tyme

at Crossroads Bible Church 97 East Rd. Los Alamos, NM 87544

 
7 PM – 9 PM

Theater Grottesco presents: STORM

at CCA’s Munoz Waxman Gallery 1050 Old Pecos Trail

STORM is a play about environment;
a journey into the social paradigms that prevent the world from taking action:
and a breath-taking ride that audiences and artists take together into unknown artistic form.
7:30 PM – 9:30 PM

La Junta * Lost Lingo * Zenova

at Sol Stage at Santa Fe Brewing Co. 37 Fireplace Ln

 
7:30 PM – 11 PM

WISE GUYS

at La Fonda Hotel, La Fiesta Lounge, 100 E. San Francisco St 505-982-5511

This event is free and open to the public. For more information, please call 505-995-2363.
8 PM – 11 PM

The Surf Lords

at Cowgirl Cafe 319 S Guadalupe St (505) 982-2565

The Surf Lords have been playing in New Mexico since 2001 with a mission to keep instrumental electric guitar music alive; playing both the old traditional tunes ( i.e. Pipeline ) and creepy danceable versions of current songs.
9 PM – 11:30 PM

THE ATTITUDES – ROCK AND BLUES

at El Farol 808 Canyon Rd (505) 983-9912

Rock and Blues.

Sun., February 19, 2012

 
all day

Boris McCutcheon & The Salt Licks Play Townes Van Zandt

at Cowgirl BBQ (505) 982-2565

February Gospel Brunch with Boris McCutcheon and the Salt Licks.
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.

12:30 AM – midnight

Jim “Kando” Green

at BODY 505-986-0362

Learn Zen meditation in a relaxed setting. This gathering will include instruction for the techniques in Zen meditation, discussion of the history and context of Zen practice, opportunities for questions and a guided meditation.
9 AM – midnight

Intro into Pueblo Weaving with Louie García

at Espanola Valley Fiber Arts Center 505-747-3577

Pre-registration required!  Call 505-747-3577 or email: education@evfac.org. – $210, materials extra.
9 AM – 12:30 PM

“Precarious Poise” contemporary paintings by Jim Modiano

at Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Santa Fe, 107 West Barcelona Rd 505-982-9674

 
9:30 AM – 11:30 PM

Sunday Spiritual Gathering

at Everyday Center for Spiritual Living 1380 Vegas Verdes 505-629-9633

 
10 AM – midnight

Calligraphers Offer Free Demonstrations and Hands-On Tips

at New Mexico History Museum/Palace of the Governors 505-476-5200

As part of the new exhibitions Illuminating the Word: The Saint John’s Bible and Contemplative Landscape,
10 AM – 1 PM

Introduction to Figure Drawing

at Santa Fe, NM 505-474-4155

Feb 19, 10am-1pm (Sun)
Feb 28-29 10am-1pm (Tues/Wed,)
April 4-5,
10 AM – 4 PM

Railyard Artisan Market

at Santa Fe Farmers’ Market Pavilion 1607 Paseo de Peralta (505) 983-4098

 
11 AM – 2 PM

ADULT LEARNING PROGRAM: Georgia O’Keeffe and the Art of Eating Well Use It, Lose It, or Save It-The Science of Renewable Energy Storage

at Santa Fe School of Cooking, Upper level, Plaza Mercado 116 West San Francisco Street 505/983-4511

Join the Santa Fe School of Cooking to discover and explore some of Georgia O’Keeffe’s ideas about food and cooking. Chef Michelle Roetzer will guide you through some of Ms.
11 AM – 2 PM

ADULT LEARNING PROGRAM: Georgia O’Keeffe and the Art of Eating Well Use It, Lose It, or Save It-The Science of Renewable Energy Storage

at Georgia O’keefe 123 Grant Avenue 505-946-1000

Join the Santa Fe School of Cooking to discover and explore some of Georgia O’Keeffe’s ideas about food and cooking. Chef Michelle Roetzer will guide you through some of Ms. O’Keeffe’s recipes featured in the book,
noon – 3 PM

The Surf Lords

at Cowgirl Cafe 319 S Guadalupe St (505) 982-2565

Boris McCutcheon is a singer and songwriter of truly unique and engaging “Americana” songs. He plays guitar, harmonica and mandolin and he is backed by an incredible band of musicians known as “The Salt Licks”.
1 PM – 3 PM

There’s Rocks In Them Hills!

at Cerrillos Hills State Park

Learn how to decode the ancient past through the eyes of a geologist. Local rockhound, Scott Renbarger, will be your guide.

Meet at the main parking lot, 1/2 mile north of Cerrillos village on County Rd. 59

Just $5 per vehicle

2 PM – midnight

STEM Activities

at Santa Fe Children’s Museum (505) 989-8359

Explore science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
2 PM – 3 PM

GranMary’s Place: Story Hours of Native American Tales

at Museum of Indian Arts and Culture Laboratory of Anthropology 710 Camino Lejo on Museum Hill (505) 476-1250

MIAC presents a Series of Story Hours of Native American Tales, for all ages in the MIAC Discovery Room. During winter months, the dark and cold time of the year, it is traditional to share stories, so come and share in this tradition.
2 PM – 4 PM

Artist’s Way Author Julia Cameron facilitating 12 week Artist Way workshop

at Unity Santa Fe 1212 Unity Way

ARTIST’S WAY AUTHOR JULIA CAMERON
will be personally facilitating The Artist’s Way
workshop for 12 weeks on creativity.
Come join Julia, now a Santa Fe resident,
on this spiritual and practical path to higher creativity.
2 PM – 4 PM

Manuel Lopez, a noted historical interpreter, will discuss the hunting methods and stories of the Ciboleros

at Sandoval County Historical Society 161 Edmond Rd, Bernalillo, NM

the Spanish buffalo hunters of the 1700-1800s who hunted on the open plains of the American Southwest for meat and hides.

Manuel Lopez has a B.A. from the University of New Mexico,

2 PM – 4 PM

Theater Grottesco presents: STORM

at CCA’s Munoz Waxman Gallery 1050 Old Pecos Trail

STORM is a play about environment;
a journey into the social paradigms that prevent the world from taking action:
and a breath-taking ride that audiences and artists take together into unknown artistic form.
3 PM – 4 PM

GranMary’s Place: Story Hours of Native American Tales

at Museum of Indian Arts&Culture Laboratory of Anthropology 710 Camino Lejo on Museum Hill (505) 476-1250

MIAC presents a Series of Story Hours of Native American Tales, for all ages in the MIAC Discovery Room. During winter months, the dark and cold time of the year, it is traditional to share stories, so come and share in this tradition.
3 PM – 4:30 PM

Triassic Hall: Building the Triassic Exhibit from the Ground Up

at Collected Works Bookstore 202 Galisteo St (877)988-4226/(505)988-4226

Collected Works Bookstore presents Dr. Spencer G. Lucas for the release of his book Triassic Hall: Building the Triassic Exhibit from the Ground Up.  Co-authored with the late Jaenet Guggenheim,
4 PM – midnight

Snake Feeding

at Santa Fe Children’s Museum (505) 989-8359

Come watch Peaches, the snake, eat her weekly meal.
4 PM – 6 PM

Northern Lights Featuring Soyeon Lee

at Lensic Performing Arts Center, 211 West San Francisco, Santa Fe 505 988 7050

Northern Lights

with Naumburg Piano Competition 1st Prize Winner
Tchaikovsky Swan Lake Suite
Sibelius Symphony No. 2
Grieg Piano Concerto, Soyeon Lee, piano

Pre-concert lecture at 3 p.m. Buy Tickets

4 PM – 6 PM

Ramon Calderon A Sunday Afternoon in Havana

at El Farol 808 Canyon Rd (505) 983-9912

A Sunday Afternoon In Havana Imagine yourself with a mojito listening to Latin music in Old Havana. Ramon Calderon has recreated this scene right here at El Farol. Ramon is from Cuba, a great musician,
5:30 PM – midnight

Cathy Faber’s Swingin’ Country Band CD Release Party

at Sol @ Santa Fe Brewing Company (505) 424-9637

 
6 PM – midnight

Muscle Testing

at Milagro Herbs 505-820-6321

Do you want to learn how to muscle test? If so, come to this workshop, where you will learn 3 different methods of muscle testing. Muscle testing will help you simplify your life.
6 PM – 8 PM

Muscle Testing

at 419 Orchard Drive, Santa Fe, NM 87501 (right off Paseo de Peralta near Canyon Road, next to Kakawa Chocolate House, and across from Gerald Peters Gallery)

Muscle Testing

Do you want to learn how to muscle test? If so, come to this workshop, where you will learn 3 different methods of muscle testing. Muscle testing will help you simplify your life.

7 PM – midnight

Nacha Mendez @ El Farol

at El Farol (505) 983-9912

Nacha Mendez takes the stage every Sunday. Solo acoustic. Latin World Music. CD and prize giveaways during one of Nacha’s New Mexico History trivia Quiz.
7 PM – midnight

Cathy Faber’s Swingin’ Country Band CD Release Party

at Sol @ Santa Fe Brewing Company (505) 424-9637

Cathy Faber is pleased to announce the release of her Swingin’ Country Band’s first CD, “Lights of Santa Fe”. The release party and dance will take place at 7:00 p.m. Sunday,
7 PM – 9 PM

Cathy Faber’s Swingin’ Country Band cd release party!

at Sol Stage at Santa Fe Brewing Co. 37 Fireplace Ln

 
8 PM – 11 PM

Third Seven and Mark Dudrow

at Cowgirl Cafe 319 S Guadalupe St (505) 982-2565

Third Seven & Mark Dudrow – a night a cello magic, ‘third seven’ consists of billy mickelson. he has played music his entire life, but has been performing music professionally full time since 2008.

Mon., February 20, 2012

 
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

Paradise Artist Retreat

at Tamaya Resort Pueblo Santa Anna

The Paradise Artist Retreat will be held February 20-23rd at the amazing Tamaya Resort in New Mexico. While many painters toil away alone in their basement,
7:30 AM – midnight

School Closure Day Camp

at Genoveva Chavez Community Center (505) 955-4022

Games, sports, swimming, ice skating and arts & crafts. Ages 6-12.
9 AM – midnight

Intro into Pueblo Weaving with Louie García

at Espanola Valley Fiber Arts Center 505-747-3577

Pre-registration required!  Call 505-747-3577 or email: education@evfac.org. – $210, materials extra.
9 AM – 12:30 PM

“Precarious Poise” contemporary paintings by Jim Modiano

at Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Santa Fe, 107 West Barcelona Rd 505-982-9674

 
2 PM – 4 PM

GEEKS WHO DRINK TRIVIA CONTEST

at El Farol 808 Canyon Rd (505) 983-9912

 
4 PM – 6 PM

Marie Romero Cash, Lecture“Personal Shrines and Home Altars in Northern New Mexico”

at Museum of Spanish Colonial Art 750 Camino Lejo On Museum Hill 505-982.2226

Marie Romero Cash is an award winning Spanish Market artist who juried into Market in 1975,
7 PM – midnight

Geeks Who Drink @ El Farol

at El Farol (505) 983-9912

Weekly pub quiz mondays @ El Farol

Simply, a quiz game played in a pub. It’s an Anglo-Irish tradition, but our goal is the same: to foster friendly competition, and promote social drinking.

8 PM – 10 PM

POETICA

at El Farol 808 Canyon Rd (505) 983-9912

 
8 PM – 11 PM

SOULTASTIC

at La Fonda Hotel La Fiesta Lounge 100 E San Francisco St 505-982-5511

FUNK R&B
FOR INFORMATION CALL 995-2363
9 PM – 11 PM

COWGIRL KARAOKE-Hosted by MICHELE LEIDIG

at Cowgirl Cafe 319 S Guadalupe St (505) 982-2565

COWGIRL KARAOKE-Hosted by MICHELE LEIDIG

Award-winning, long-running, ass-kicking Karaoke from Santa Fe’s Queen of Karaoke. 9-12 PM No Cover

Tue., February 21, 2012

 
4 PM – midnight

Little Yogis

at Santa Fe Children’s Museum (505) 989-8359

Move like animals as you practice balance and coordination. All ages. Santa Fe Children’s
Museum, 1050 Old Pecos Trail, 989-8359.
5 PM – midnight

$2-Tuesday @ Maria’s

at Maria’s New Mexican Kitchen 505-983-7929

Join Maria’s $2-Tuesday-Night Club and pay only $2.00 for the second entree of equal or lesser cost, every Tuesday Night from October through April,
6 PM – midnight

Open Bluegrass Jam

at Backroad Pizza 505-955-9055

6-8 pm Bring your instrument and join in or just come and enjoy the fabulous live bluegrass music!

Open to everyone.

7 PM – midnight

Trova! World Music Dinner Show at El Farol

at El Farol (505) 983-9912

Dear Friends,

I am pleased to announce my latest project Trova! Opens Aug.16! Trova will be an evening of some of my favorite songs from all the Spanish speaking countries of the world, the Middle East, Greece,

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