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Santa Fe Event Calendar March 9-18, 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, March 9, 2012 thru Monday, March 19, 2012

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

Fri., March 9, 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).
all day

‘On The Ice’

at Center for Contemporary Arts Cinematheque 505-982-1338

“Captivating … fascinating … keeps the audience fully engaged.” –Twitch

Winner of major awards at Berlin, Seattle and Woodstock,

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,
10 AM – 12:15 PM

BREAD and CHOCOLATE: An Artisanal Epicurean Delight NEW!!

at State Capitol Building 505-986-4589

 
10:30 AM – midnight

Northern New Mexico Wine Tour

at Estrella Del Norte Vineyard 505-455-2826

Scheduled open/shared wine tour of Northern New Mexico wineries on 3/09/20 Friday
Come join us on a wine tasting tour of New Mexico’s northern wineries.
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

Alternating each Friday between painting and drawing mediums. Explore art-making using
pastels, acrylics and inks.
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

As part of the Time-Lapse exhibition at SITE Santa Fe, Santa Fe-based collective Meow Wolf will present a series of flowing performance, discussion,
5 PM – midnight

Two Very Special Evenings With Bob Edwards

at James A. Little Theater 505-827-6760

Friday, March 9th the reception will take place at Rio Chama Steakhouse. Champagne, wine, hors d’oeuvres and Bob will autograph his book: “A Voice in the Box” (Book is included with this event).
5 PM – 7 PM

“Vino y Comidas”Wine and Food Pairing Essentials: A Workshop”

at Estrella Del Norte Vineyard 106 N Shining Sun 505-455-2826

 
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 – 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

D Numbers and We Drew Lightening @ Sol

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

Since the band’s inception in 2002, D Numbers has been steadily forging their own path in music.
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 – 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

THE COMEDY OF ERRORS By William Shakespeare

at The Lensic Performing Arts Center 505 988 7050

The Lensic Performing Arts Center presents the NT Live production, The Comedy of Errors, March 9, starring actor and comedian Lenny Henry. Buy Tickets
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 – 10 PM

Sugar on Top

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

If Sugar on Top are known for anything in the NM music scene, it’s for their ability to get down and dirty! From basement bars to hotel lobbies, classy jazz joints to backyard breweries,
8 PM – 11 PM

SOULMAN SAM&the SOUL EXPLOSIAN

at La Fiesta Lounge La Fonda Hotel 505-982-5511 or 800-523-5002

Sam was born and raised in Memphis , Tenn-and started singing in church at an early age- 6-7 yrs–many of the young men would sing on street corners,
8:30 PM – midnight

Autumn Teneyl Trunk Show

at BODY 505-986-0362

Bring your friends & play dress up with us, at this special showing of Autumn’s latest designs with personal fittings!

Wednesday – Friday
March 7-9

9 PM – midnight

The Rattlerz @ El Farol

at El Farol (505) 983-9912

 

Sat., March 10, 2012

 
all day

The Candyman Strings & Things 2012 Spring Rock School Begins

at The Candyman Strings & Things Summer Rock Camp 505-983-5906

The Candyman Strings & Things Rock School is an after-school and weekend band program that places students in bands with others in similar age, skill level and genre preference.
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 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 AM – 3 PM

Traditional Santa Fe Flea Market

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

 
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 – 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 – 6 PM

17 Annual Santa Fe Pen Fair

at Santa Fe Pens Sanbusco Market Center 500 Montezuma Ave., Santa Fe

New Mexico’s largest pen event bringing more than 20 pen manufacturers together with local pen collectors, writers and pen aficionados in one location.
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 – 3 PM

No Bones About It

at Cerrillos Hills State Park

Hike the trails and examine our collection of skulls and other bones to learn how their shapes and sizes allow animals like cougars, bobcats and their prey survive in the wild.

Meet at the main parking lot,

2 PM – midnight

Samantha Martin and the Acro-Cats

at Warehouse 21 505/989-4423

March 11. 2pm. $18 Adults.
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 – 5 PM

Santa Fe Chiles Traditional Dixie Jazz Band

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

The Santa Fe Chiles Traditional Dixie Jazz Band Directed by Tom Rheam on cornet Featuring Trey Keepin on hot clarinet, and many other Dixie Dawgs!
3 PM – midnight

Cooking Demonstration with La Boca Chef/Owner James Campbell Caruso

at La Boca 505/982-3433

Chef James Campbell Caruso will show you how to make La Boca favorites and recipes from his new cookbook, Espana: Exploring the Flavors of Spain,
4 PM – midnight

A Comparative Tasting of New World Wines

at Las Fuentes Restaurant at Bishop’s Lodge 505-819-4035

Executive Chef and Certified Sommelier Christopher McLean will lead a comparison of four favorite New Mexico wines versus the same varietals from other New World areas.
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

4:30 PM – midnight

¡Celebraci�n! 2012 Tapas! Vino! Chocolate!  It’s a Party!!

at La Fonda on the Plaza 505-982-5511

Saturday, March 10th, 4:30 PM, Lumpkins Ballroom, La Fonda Hotel, 100 E. San Francisco Street, Santa Fe, NM

Special dance presentation by Maria Benitez Institute for Spanish Arts, Flamenco’s “Next Generation”.

4:30 PM

Celebraci�n 2012 Tapas! Vino! Chocolate! It’s a Party!!!

at Lumpkins Ballroom La Fonda Hotel 100 E. San Francisco Street Santa Fe, NM 87501

You are cordially invited to attend our Ninth Annual !Celebraci�n! 2012
Tapas! Vino! Chocolate!

Event features an exciting auction
with proceeds benefiting the Spanish Colonial Arts Society’s Museum exhibits,

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 – midnight

Bridging The Worlds Animal Sanctuary Fundraiser at Body

at BODY 505-986-0362

If Animals Could TalkA Music and Dance Extravagance at BODY March 10 from 6:00pm to 11:00pm
Fill Your Heart,
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,
6:30 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

Samantha Martin and the Acro-Cats

at Warehouse 21 505/989-4423

March 11. 2pm. $18 Adults.
7 PM – midnight

Two Very Special Evenings With Bob Edwards

at James A. Little Theater 505-827-6760

Friday, March 9th the reception will take place at Rio Chama Steakhouse. Champagne, wine, hors d’oeuvres and Bob will autograph his book: “A Voice in the Box” (Book is included with this event).
7 PM – midnight

Don Carlos with the Dub Vision Band and special guest Fyah Wyah

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

 
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

Lensic Presents Big Screen Classics NETWORK Television will never be the same.

at Lensic Performing Arts Center 505 988 7050

Director Sidney Lumet’s brilliant, 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.
7:30 PM

Don Carlos

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

7:30 PM – 9:30 PM

Heath Concerts Presents Don Carlos Live In Harmony Tour

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

 
7:30 PM – 10:30 PM

JQ Whitcomb Quartet

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

Extraordinary trumpet player JQ with his band.
8 PM – 10 PM

THE SEAN HEALEN BAND

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

Long time New Mexico resident Sean Healen is becoming well known regionally as a prolific songwriter, singer, guitarist, and visual artist. Sean’s current song catalogue consists of over 800 songs ranging from rock and folk and roll,
8 PM – 11 PM

SOULMAN SAM&the SOUL EXPLOSIAN

at La Fiesta Lounge La Fonda Hotel 505-982-5511 or 800-523-5002

Sam was born and raised in Memphis , Tenn-and started singing in church at an early age- 6-7 yrs–many of the young men would sing on street corners,
9 PM – midnight

TV Killers @ El Farol

at El Farol (505) 983-9912

Bill Palmer is a songwriter, singer, guitarist & award winning record producer living in Santa Fe, NM. He played with the Sharecroppers (Good Medicine Band) in Austin, TX in the mid/late 90s,

Sun., March 11, 2012

 
all day

Cowgirl Brunch with Qorichaska

at Cowgirl BBQ (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, and Vocals,
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 AM – 3 PM

Traditional Santa Fe Flea Market

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

 
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

 
noon – 3 PM

COWGIRL BRUNCH with 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, and Vocals,
2 PM – midnight

Samantha Martin and the Acro-Cats

at Warehouse 21 505/989-4423

March 11. 2pm. $18 Adults.
2 PM – midnight

‘The Psychopathology of Print Collecting’

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

Bob Bell talks about his experiences as an art collector. He will show some of his
favorite works, particularly from the 19th century.

Informal Gallery Conversation in the Women’s Board Room upstairs.

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

Join us as Shelby Tisdale, Director of the Museum of Indian Arts & Culture, and Carolyn Kastner, Associate Curator of the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum,
2 PM – 3 PM

Schola Cantorum and the Monks of Christ in the Desert Monastery

at New Mexico History Museum Museum Hill 505-476-5200

Last December, a performance by Santa Fe’s Schola Cantorum and the monks of Christ in the Desert Monastery drew an overflow crowd to the New Mexico History Museum.
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.
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 PM

The Red Star Red Army Chorus&Dance Ensemble

at The Lensic Performing Arts Center East San Fransisco St 505 988 7050

This art is born of the Russian soul and comes from the Russian heart, which opens itself up to the world in the best possible way. Buy Tickets
3:30 PM – midnight

‘The Human Resources Manager’

at Center for Contemporary Arts Cinematheque 505-982-1338

HaMakom presents: The Human Resources Manager

The Human Resources Manager of Jerusalem’s largest bakery is in trouble. He is separated from his wife, distanced from his daughter, and stuck in a job he hates.

3:30 PM – 5:30 PM

Improv 4 Life! 3 Week Experience

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

Do you sometimes feel as if the world is moving at warp speed and your ‘old ways’ of doing thing aren’t working?
When the world feels like it’s shaking apart and you need new navigation tools….
3:30 PM – 5:30 PM

The Human Resources Manager – HaMakom Jewish Film Festival

at CCA Studio – 1050 Old Pecos Trail

Winner of the Israeli Academy Award for Best Picture and multiple other awards. Directed by Erin Riklis, director of The Syrian Bride and The Lemon Tree. Film followed by facilitated discussion led by Bonnie Ellinger, Ph.D.
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

Book Signing: Meet the Author Larry Seeley

at Buffalo Thunder Resort & Casino 505/455-5555

Buffalo Thunder Casino will give a free copy of Larry Seeley’s new Jack Sloan novel, 17 Degrees North, to the first 250 attendees. Signing will take place at the Blue Note Lounge inside the casino. If you’re a Jack Sloan fan,
6 PM – 7:30 PM

EXHIBITION LECTURE PROGRAM A Conversation with Margarete Bagshaw and Jaune Quick-to-See Smith

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

Join us as Shelby Tisdale, Director of the Museum of Indian Arts&Culture, and Carolyn Kastner, Associate Curator of the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum,
6:30 PM – midnight

Crystal Antlers with Sleepy Sun and Guests

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

 
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.
7:30 PM

Crystal Antlers

at Santa Fe Sol/Santa Fe Brewing Co (505) 424-9637

7:30 PM – 9:30 PM

T-Cubed&Meow Wolf present Crystal Antlers * Sleepy Sun * Electric Guest

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

 
8 PM – 10 PM

Hillfolk Noir

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

Filtered through a half-century of folk, country and rock ‘n’ roll, and fed by family history and an affinity for acoustic mountain music, medicine show culture and Depression-era string-band blues,

Mon., March 12, 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

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,
11 AM – 12 PM

Spring Equinox Celebration with Annie Rose the Flower Fairy

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

Santa Fe Farmers’ Market is open every Saturday, 8am-1pm.
Railyard Artisan Market is open every Sunday, 10am-4pm.
noon – 1 PM

Brainpower&Brownbags Lecture Series – Jon Hunner,“New Mexico: The Stumble to Statehood”

at New Mexico History Museum 113 Lincoln Ave 505-476-5200

Hunner is a history professor and director of the Public History Program at New Mexico State University.
2 PM – midnight

Friends of the Wheelwright Museum Lecture Series

at Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian (505) 982-4636

“Native Dancer: Jeri Ah-be-hill”

Jeri Ah-be-hill (Kiowa/Comanche), always a Wheelwright favorite, returns to tell us about the history, tradition, and regalia of the powwow.  Active at powwows her entire life,

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 PM – midnight

Book Signing: Meet the Author Larry Seeley

at Buffalo Thunder Resort & Casino 505/455-5555

Buffalo Thunder Casino will give a free copy of Larry Seeley’s new Jack Sloan novel, 17 Degrees North, to the first 250 attendees. Signing will take place at the Blue Note Lounge inside the casino. If you’re a Jack Sloan fan,
6:30 PM – midnight

Live in Concert: La Sera, Cold Showers, and A Classic Education

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

 
7 PM – midnight

Geeks Who Drink

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

La Sera

at Santa Fe Sol/Santa Fe Brewing Co (505) 424-9637

7:30 PM – 9:30 PM

3RD ANNUAL SXSF TRANSIT MUSIC FESTIVAL – La Sera w/ Cold Showers&A Classic Education

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

T-Cubed, Transit Music, Meow Wolf,
Heath Concerts, The After Hours Alliance,
7:30 PM – 9:30 PM

Arigato Concert Tour: Matsukawa Kyougaku Taiko Drummers

at National Dance Institute of New Mexico 1140 Alto Street (505) 983-7646

On March 11, 2011, Japan was struck by one of the largest earthquakes in Japan’s history.  In March of 2012, one year after the disaster,
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

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., March 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.

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).
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,
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 Signing: Meet the Author Larry Seeley

at Buffalo Thunder Resort & Casino 505/455-5555

Buffalo Thunder Casino will give a free copy of Larry Seeley’s new Jack Sloan novel, 17 Degrees North, to the first 250 attendees. Signing will take place at the Blue Note Lounge inside the casino. If you’re a Jack Sloan fan,
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 PM – 5 PM

opening reception for: Thaw to Spring Works by Eszter Sziksz and Ben Utigard

at Eggman&Walrus Art Emporium 129 W San Francisco St. and 130 W Palace Ave

Sitting quietly, doing nothing,
Spring comes, and the grass grows by itself.
–Lao Tzu

As springtime embarks upon Santa Fe,

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!

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 – 9:30 PM

Deerhoof * AU * Raven Chacon

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

Bring down your Martin and play a song or two! Free, every Tuesday night at the Railyard.
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 – midnight

Deerhoof with AU and Raven Chacon

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

 
8 PM – 10 PM

Wade Lashley and Hannah Pralle

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

Americana Country-Soul with very tight, sweet two part harmonies, intimate yet with an understated intensity. When Wade Lashley and Hannah Pralle, two of Northern Arizona’s most beloved solo acts, decided to pair up their music,
8:30 PM – midnight

The Canyon Road Blues Jam

at El Farol (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!

9 PM – 11:30 PM

BLUES JAM

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

 

Wed., March 14, 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

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

Limpias (Energetic Clearing/Healing)

at Milagro Herbs 505-820-6321

Rita and Tonita will be doing Limpias (Energetic Cleansings) for the Santa Fe Community at Milagro Herbs.  Call Milagro Herbs to make a 30 minute session.
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 – 3 PM

Bishop’s Lodge Ranch Resort&Spa Job Fair

at Thunderbird Room 1297 Bishops Lodge Road

Hiring: Engineering Supervisors, Banquet Bartenders, Lic. Message Therapist, Spa Receptionist, Nail Tech, Recreation Staff, Restaurant Servers, Guest Services, Bell Staff and more. More info call: 505-983-6377
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.
2 PM – midnight

Alzheimer’s Café

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

The Alzheimer’s Café is a gathering for people with memory impairment, dementia and Alzheimer’s, along with their caregivers, friends and family. We come together simply to celebrate each other, have fun,
3 PM – midnight

Curanderismo:  The Theory of Meso-American Healing

at Milagro Herbs 505-820-6321

This is an introduction class to the different modalities of meso-american healing.  We will be discussing Medicinal Plants, Limpias, Sobadas (Hands on Healing), Temazcal, and much more.  Please bring your questions.
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 PM – 7 PM

Research Center Lecture Program Surveying the Future: Art and Real Estate in the New American West

at Georgia O’Keeffe Museum Education Annex, 123 Grant Avenue, Santa Fe, NM 87501 505-946-1000

In the 1960s and 70s the landscape and image of the American West underwent a profound transformation–from endless frontier to the sprawling built environment underwriting a global economy.
6 PM – 7:30 PM

Research Center Lecture Program Surveying the Future: Art and Real Estate in the New American West

at O’keefe Education Annex, 123 Grant Avenue

In the 1960s and 70s the landscape and image of the American West underwent a profound transformation–from endless frontier to the sprawling built environment underwriting a global economy. How did photographers,
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!

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 – 9 PM

Jim Almand

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

Singer, songwriter, guitarist and harpist. No Cover
7:30 PM – 9:30 PM

Patty Fiasco – Dangermaker

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

Now boasting three years of touring, writing, recording, and playing heart and face- melting shows together, this rare crew of Wyoming rockers is onto something special.
7:30 PM – 10:30 PM

Bill Hearne Trio

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

FOR INFORMATION CALL 995-2363
8 PM – midnight

Salsa Caliente!

at El Farol (505) 983-9912

 
8:30 PM – 11:30 PM

SANGRE LATIN JAM-MUSICIANS WELCOME

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

 

Thu., March 15, 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

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

Limpias (Energetic Clearing/Healing)

at Milagro Herbs 505-820-6321

Rita and Tonita will be doing Limpias (Energetic Cleansings) for the Santa Fe Community at Milagro Herbs. 
Call Milagro Herbs to reserve a 30 minute session.
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

 
11 AM – 12:30 PM

SPECIAL EXHIBITION TOUR AND LUNCHEON Saluting Two Remarkable Women Artists: Jaune Quick to See Smith and Margarete Bagshaw

at O’keefe Education Annex, 123 Grant Avenue

Co presented by The New Mexico Committee of the National Museum of Women in the Arts, Museum of Indian Art and Culture,
11 AM – 2:30 PM

SPECIAL EXHIBITION TOUR AND LUNCHEON Saluting Two Remarkable Women Artists: Jaune Quick to See Smith and Margarete Bagshaw

at register fro details

Join us for a unique experience as Margarete and Jaune will each tour their own exhibitions offering insightful commentary. In between tours,
3 PM – midnight

Limpia de Rosas:  Energetic Cleansings with Roses

at Milagro Herbs 505-820-6321

This class will be a hands on workshops to teach students how to do a Limpia (energetic cleansing with Roses (gifts from Mother Nature).
 

Materials :  Dozen Roses, Dozen Tea-light candles,  yoga mat, white sheet,

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 PM – midnight

Bead Fest Santa Fe

at Santa Fe Community Convention Center (505) 955-6200

Jewelry-making passionistas from around the country will be gathering for Bead Fest Santa Fe March 15-18, 2012.
6 PM – midnight

‘Tales of the Whirling Log & Auspicious Marks on Canvas’ by Guido Baldini

at BODY 505-986-0362

“TALES OF THE WHIRLING LOG AND AUSPICIOUS MARKS ON CANVAS”by Guido Baldini

8 PRINTED LIMITED EDITION CANVAS  (3 OF EACH WILL BE ALLOWED TO BE REPRINTED).

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

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!

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

Bill Hearne Trio

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

FOR INFORMATION CALL 995-2363
8 PM – midnight

Trova Dinner Show

at El Farol (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 PM – 10 PM

Cowboys and Indian

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

Cowboys and Indian are a high-energy hillbilly three piece from Albuquerque, New Mexico. Combining elements of rockabilly, jump-blues, honky-tonk, and country/western they’ll have you movin’ your feet across the dance floor.
9 PM – midnight

Rob-A-Lou @ El Farol

at El Farol (505) 983-9912

BIG BOLD AGGRESSIVE Rockabilly music. Vintage sound and gear. Rob*A*Lou gets people dancin’ & shakin’,

Fri., March 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.

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

9:30 AM – midnight

Rep Weave Placemats with Melodie Usher

at Espanola Valley Fiber Arts Center 505-747-3577

Pre-registration required!  Call 505-747-3577 or email: education@evfac.org. – $200/250

In this class you will learn all about rep weave; what it is,

10 AM – midnight

Bead Fest Santa Fe

at Santa Fe Community Convention Center (505) 955-6200

Jewelry-making passionistas from around the country will be gathering for Bead Fest Santa Fe March 15-18, 2012.
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, 2012.
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 – midnight

St. Patricks Celebration at the Bishop’s Lodge

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

St. Patrick’s Celebration at Bishop’s Lodge
Entertainment with Gerry Carthy & Friends from Ireland

Friday March 16 from 5PM

Join us for lively music, drink specials and $8.00 Corned Beef and Cabbage.

5 PM – 7 PM

Opening reception for: SANDY VOSS New Hand-Woven Rugs

at Marigold Arts 424 Canyon Road

Marigold Arts is pleased to present a solo exhibition of hand-woven rugs by Sandy
Voss. Her contemporary creations are in collections throughout the United States,
Europe, Africa, and Asia.

Voss designs abstract, organic patterns,

5 PM – 11 PM

ST. Patricks Celebration at Bishops Lodge w/ Gerry Carthy

at 1297 Bishops Lodge Road

Entertainment with Gerry Carthy&Friends from Ireland.
Join us for lively music, drink specials, and $8 Corned Beef&Cabbage
celebrate the Luck of the Irish.

No cover

6 PM – midnight

Local Hardcore/Punk/Metal Showcase!

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

Full lineup coming soon, we promise…
6 PM – 7:30 PM

Book Launch for Shaping Destiny

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

Collected Works Bookstore presents local artist, businesswoman, and author Destiny Allison for the release of her memoir,
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
6:30 PM – 8:30 PM

‘The Garden Within’

at Scottish Rite Temple 463 Paseo De Peralta

The performance is based on the stories written by the cast, with the assistance of Phame’s writing facilitator, Julie Joyce.
The cast are the clients of Phame Inc.
7 PM – 9 PM

INTERNATIONALLY AWARD-WINNING BELISAMA IRISH DANCE TO PERFORM SIXTH ANNUAL‘RHYTHM OF FIRE’

at James A. Little Theater NM School for The Deaf 505-827-6760

Performance Information:Internationally award-winning Belisama Irish Dance presents ‘Rhythm of Fire’ at James A. Little Theater at the New Mexico School for the Deaf, Buy Tickets
7 PM – 9 PM

Night Sky Trails

at Cerrillos Hills State Park

Mars is near its closest approach until 2014! Join ranger Peter Lipscomb for a stargazing evening. See the green laser guided tour and enjoy views of planets and distant celestial treats through telescopes.
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

ASFB: Mixed Repertory

at Lensic Performing Arts Center 505 988 7050

Back home in Santa Fe this March, Aspen Santa Fe Ballet premieres a brilliant new ballet entitled Square None by the gifted young choreographer Norbert De La Cruz III.  A recent graduate of Juilliard’s dance program, Buy Tickets
7:30 PM – 9:30 PM

3RD ANNUAL SXSF TRANSIT MUSIC FESTIVAL – Local Artists Showcase

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

T-Cubed, Transit Music, Meow Wolf,
Heath Concerts, The After Hours Alliance,
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 – 10 PM

Johnny Outlaw and the Johnson Creek Stranglers

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

 
8 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.
9 PM – midnight

ShonaSlovakia @ El Farol

at El Farol (505) 983-9912

ShonaSlovakia was formed by two rogue marimba players in 2009, Sally Blakemore and Rusty Storbeck. Adding a song writer, Nicolas Gadbois,

Sat., March 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.

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).
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 AM – 3 PM

Traditional Santa Fe Flea Market

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

 
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,
9:30 AM – midnight

Rep Weave Placemats with Melodie Usher

at Espanola Valley Fiber Arts Center 505-747-3577

Pre-registration required!  Call 505-747-3577 or email: education@evfac.org. – $200/250

In this class you will learn all about rep weave; what it is,

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

Creative Knitting with Valentina Devine

at Espanola Valley Fiber Arts Center 505-747-3577

Pre-registration required!  Call 505-747-3577 or email: education@evfac.org. – $68/85, materials extra.

Shed your fears about fiber, texture and most of all … gauge.

10 AM – midnight

Bead Fest Santa Fe

at Santa Fe Community Convention Center (505) 955-6200

Jewelry-making passionistas from around the country will be gathering for Bead Fest Santa Fe March 15-18, 2012.
10 AM – 2 PM

OPERA 201

at Stieren Hall, The Santa Fe Opera 301 Opera Drive, Santa Fe

Guys Who Sing Like Girls.
Girls Who Dress Like Guys . . . Confused?

OPERA 201 provides the answers!

OPERA 201 is for everyone . . . opera aficionados, Opera 101 graduates and opera virgins. A follow-up to Opera 101,

10 AM – 3 PM

Woodcarving Workshop with Pete Ortega

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

Participants will be able to carve a series of 3 small animals, each requiring more practice, with Pete’s guidance. Peter Ortega was born in Tesuque,
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, 2012.
10 AM – 6 PM

Las Cruces Arts Fair

at Las Cruces Convention Center 680 University Avenue Las Cruces, New Mexico

 
2 PM – midnight

St. Patrick’s Day Trains

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

 Wear your green and take the SANTA FE SOUTHERN RAILWAY on a fun run to the Galisteo Basin Overlook! Enjoy Irish folksongs, give-aways, snacks and a full cash bar featuring Irish Whiskey and Guinness beer.
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 – 5 PM

Melody Guy

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

MELODY GUY-Real FreedomBy Rebecca Hosking Let’s turn the lights down and the CD player up so we can get lost in this soft but poignant expedition of vulnerability and strength.
4 PM – midnight

Appalachian Treasures

at Santa Fe Art Institute (505) 424 5050

Learn how you can help stop mountaintop removal coal mining. On Saint Patrick’s Day, Saturday, March 17, from 4:00-6:00 p.m.,
4 PM – midnight

St. Patrick’s Day @ 2nd Street

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

It’s St. Patrick’s Day at 2nd Street!! And it’s a Saturday! Join us for Stout beer, Corned Beef & Cabbage, Irish Stew, etc.
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

The Emerald Snow Ball

at Hilton Santa Fe Historic Plaza (505)988-2811

 
5:30 PM – 7:30 PM

Barker and Martin

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

Barker&Martin – (Mark&Josh!) Authentic, Rousing, and Haunting Celtic and Traditional Music – be prepared to laugh, sing along clap and bounce in traditional Irish fashion.
5:45 PM – midnight

St. Patrick’s Day Trains

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

 Wear your green and take the SANTA FE SOUTHERN RAILWAY on a fun run to the Galisteo Basin Overlook! Enjoy Irish folksongs, give-aways, snacks and a full cash bar featuring Irish Whiskey and Guinness beer.
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.
6:30 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

St. Phunktrick’s Day party with Dumpstaphunk @ Sol

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

Formed in 2003, Dumpstaphunk was initially assembled by keyboardist Ivan Neville on a whim,
7 PM – midnight

St. Patricks Day @ The Railyard

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

Join us for a day of fun! Corned beef & cabbage, stout beer. It’s St. Patrick’s and it’s a 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

INTERNATIONALLY AWARD-WINNING BELISAMA IRISH DANCE TO PERFORM SIXTH ANNUAL‘RHYTHM OF FIRE’

at James A. Little Theater NM School for The Deaf 505-827-6760

Performance Information:Internationally award-winning Belisama Irish Dance presents ‘Rhythm of Fire’ at James A. Little Theater at the New Mexico School for the Deaf, Buy Tickets
7 PM – 9 PM

Jon Gagan Trio

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

Acclaimed Acoustic Bassist Jon Gagan with his Trio.
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

ASFB: Mixed Repertory

at Lensic Performing Arts Center 505 988 7050

Back home in Santa Fe this March, Aspen Santa Fe Ballet premieres a brilliant new ballet entitled Square None by the gifted young choreographer Norbert De La Cruz III.  A recent graduate of Juilliard’s dance program, Buy Tickets
7:30 PM

Dumpstaphunk

at Santa Fe Sol/Santa Fe Brewing Co (505) 424-9637

7:30 PM – 9:30 PM

Ivan Neville’s Dumpstaphunk

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

 
8 PM – 10 PM

Chango

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

Join us at the Cowgirl to celebrate St. Patrick’s with one of Santa Fe’s favorite and funnest bands, CHANGO! Chango has been entertaining Santa Fe audiences for two years, playing a mixture of covers from the 70s, 80s,
8 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.
9 PM – midnight

John Carey Blues Band @ El Farol

at El Farol (505) 983-9912

Singer, songwriter and harmonica man John Carey is a long-time veteran of funky rhythm and blues,
10 PM – midnight

Opera 201

at The Santa Fe Opera (505) 986-5955 or (800) 280-4654

Guys who sing like girls and girls who dress like guys.

Sun., March 18, 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

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).
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 – 3 PM

Traditional Santa Fe Flea Market

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

 
9:30 AM – midnight

Rep Weave Placemats with Melodie Usher

at Espanola Valley Fiber Arts Center 505-747-3577

Pre-registration required!  Call 505-747-3577 or email: education@evfac.org. – $200/250

In this class you will learn all about rep weave; what it is,

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

 
10 AM – 6 PM

Las Cruces Arts Fair

at Las Cruces Convention Center 680 University Avenue Las Cruces, New Mexico

 
11 AM – midnight

Bead Fest Santa Fe

at Santa Fe Community Convention Center (505) 955-6200

Jewelry-making passionistas from around the country will be gathering for Bead Fest Santa Fe March 15-18, 2012.
noon – 3 PM

Zoltan Orestar

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

COWGIRL BRUNCH – Zoltan Orkestar has been filling New Mexico dance floors for more then four years, with their brand of high energy circus swing,
1 PM – midnight

Seth Siegelaub in conversation with Lucy Lippard

at SITE Santa Fe (505) 989-1199

Seth Siegelaub with Lucy Lippard:
A Conversation via Skype

In the Time Capsule Lounge
March 18, 2012
SUNDAY, 1 PM

In 1973, Lucy Lippard included Seth Siegelaub’s groundbreaking exhibition, March 1969 a.k.a. One Month,

1 PM – midnight

Spring Cleaning with Essential Oils

at Milagro Herbs 505-820-6321

Spring is here and the best way to clean your space is with green cleaning products you made yourself. We discuss safe, economical and effective ways to clean and disinfect your home along with the basics of aromatherapy.
2 PM – midnight

STEM Activities

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

Explore science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
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.
2:30 PM – 4:30 PM

INTERNATIONALLY AWARD-WINNING BELISAMA IRISH DANCE TO PERFORM SIXTH ANNUAL‘RHYTHM OF FIRE’

at James A. Little Theater NM School for The Deaf 505-827-6760

Performance Information:Internationally award-winning Belisama Irish Dance presents ‘Rhythm of Fire’ at James A. Little Theater at the New Mexico School for the Deaf, Buy Tickets
3:30 PM – 5:30 PM

Improv 4 Life! 3 Week Experience

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

Apply the Rules of Improv in creative ways NOW…in everyday situations!

3 weeks to work together, play Improv games, experience differences, debrief on HOW to use the Rules of Improv in your life situations.

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,
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.
8 PM – 10 PM

Adam Artcuagi and Talking to Turtles

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

ADAM ARCURAGI – One of today’s fastest rising folk/alt-country troubadours, Adam Arcuragi, has been reeling in addicted fans on both sides of the Atlantic,

Mon., March 19, 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

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, 2012.
2 PM – 4 PM

GEEKS WHO DRINK TRIVIA CONTEST

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

 
6 PM – 8 PM

Documentary Film Screening Up Heartbreak Hill Followed by a Q&A w/ Filmmaker Erica Scharf

at Santa Fe Art Institute Tipton Hall 1600 St. Michael’s Dr (505) 424 5050

 
7 PM – midnight

Geeks Who Drink

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 PM – midnight

‘Science on Screen’ Series: ‘Blade Runner’

at Center for Contemporary Arts Cinematheque 505-982-1338

This eye-opening series provides new contexts for classic films,
7:30 PM – 11 PM

Cathy Faber

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

“We don’t play them unless it was a hit a long time ago, like the ’40s or ‘50s,” Faber laughs. She hunts down lesser-known tunes that are fun, danceable,
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., March 20, 2012

 
9 AM – midnight

Temazcal:  Mexica Sweatlodge, Healing the Body, Mind and Soul

at Milagro Herbs 505-820-6321

 
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 – midnight

Georges Melies: Cinema’s First Time Traveler; Jason Silverman Lecture

at SITE Santa Fe (505) 989-1199

Imagine the moment before cinema began. How did our concept of the universe change when the first audiences saw the first films? And how did Georges Méliès, the magician of early cinema,
6:30 PM – midnight

The Velvet Teen with As In We

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

Since its inception in late 1999,
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!

Trova will be an evening of some of my favorite songs from all the Spanish speaking countries of the world, the Middle East, Greece,

8:30 PM – midnight

The Canyon Road Blues Jam

at El Farol (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!

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Eldorado Solar Forum and Home Tour – March 24-25th, 2012 – 10am – 3 pm

ELDORDO SOLAR FORUM AND SOLAR HOME TOUR WEEKEND

March 24th and 25th

Eldorado has an amazing history as a solar community.  As we look ahead, we have many great opportunities to move from passive to active solar with the help of Artisan Electric solar contractor. Using its solar panel installation service you can discover clean energy potential and benefits. The upcoming Solar Forum will help inform and equip Eldorado area residents as we take steps to become more sustainable, more energy independent and to save some green as we GO GREEN!

Come to this educational solar forum and home tour created and organized by SERA (Sustainable Eldorado Residence Alliance) and co-sponsored by the ECIA, the Sierra Club, and La Tienda that will be presented on Saturday, March 24th, from 1 to 4pm at the Performance Space in La Tienda.  The home tour will be held on Sunday, March 25th from 10 to 3 consisting of 9 homes to give everyone an opportunity to see a wide variety of solar solutions and talk to the homeowners about their system.  This promises to be a very instructive and enlightening weekend for anyone who has been considering adding solar to their homes.  Please come early as we expect a capacity crowd!

The forum format will consist of 4 workshops; solar photovoltaics (PV), solar thermal, solar financing and cost benefits, conservation and usage, and how roofers newcastle can employ them on the roofs. Each workshop will be facilitated by specialists in that respective field and will be 45 minutes in duration. Forum attendees can choose any two workshops to attend.  After the workshops, the workshop leaders will participate on a panel where they will answers questions from the audience.

Here is a more detailed description of what each workshop will cover:

Solar Photovoltaic (PV):

Instructor:  Xubi Wilson, Renewable Energy Programs Coordinator, Santa Fe Community College

Xubi will cover a basic description of a photovoltaic system and its components including:

  • The various configurations from off grid to grid tied to battery backup and hybrid systems
  • Site considerations including sun availability
  • Aesthetics, safety, mounting systems and expense of installation
  • Sizing a system and potential for expansion (including expanding for that electric car you have been eyeing)
  • System economics – incentives and tax credits

Solar Thermal Systems

Instructor:  Peter Page, co-founder of AMEnergy, conducts project consultations, system design and selection, and installation of equipment for thermal energy systems.

Peter will be orienting the audience to Solar Thermal Technology (most confuse it with Solar Photovoltaics) and the various applications in which it can function and help save on energy costs.  Topics include:

  • What is Solar Thermal?
  • Solar Thermal vs. Solar Photovoltaic (PV)
  • Solar Thermal Applications (domestic hot water, integrated space heating). Learn more from THAHeatingAirPlumbing.com.
  • Mounting Options / Aesthetics and Functions
  • Economics and Benefits of Solar Thermal Technology including tax credits

Financing Options and Cost Benefits: 3 segments

1) Solar Financing Options

Instructor: Rob Lochner, Homewise loan agent

Rob will give an overview of the Homewise energy efficiency and renewable energy lending program.

  • How does the program work?
  • Who qualifies?
  • What are the rates and terms?
  • What types of home improvements can be funded with Homewise funding?

2) Deciding to Go Solar – Cost and Benefits, Selecting System Size

Instructor: Craig O’Hare, Santa Fe County Energy Programs Specialist, Public Utilities Division

Trending: Types of cool roofing for a Los Angeles home.

Solar photovoltaic (i.e. electric) systems have dropped nearly half in price in the last five years.  But homeowners are still faced with challenging questions in deciding to go solar.

  • How big of a system size makes sense?
  • What if I transition to electric vehicles in the future?
  • What about financing? Are the federal, state and utility incentives going to be around much longer?
  • How long is the “pay-back” period?
  • What will a system do to the value of my home?

3) Current and future prospects for financing renewable energy projects in Santa Fe County

Instructor: Kathy Holian, Santa Fe County Commissioner

Kathy will provide an update and the role the County will play in such things as:

  • Municipal utilities
  • Assessment-based financing
  • Revolving loan funds, and more

Conservation and Usage

Instructors: Jan Deligans and Amy Bertelli, local energy conservation experts

This talk will cover the basics of energy conservation and how to conserve effectively. Bring a few months of your electric bill and Jan and Amy will help you analyze your own situation. Topics included:

  • How electricity is measured – what is a kilowatt hour?
  • What is the average usage and how does my usage compare?
  • How much energy do different appliances use?
  • How to use a kilowatt meter and analyze the cost effectiveness of changing appliances to energy star.
  • How to buy an energy efficient refrigerator.
  • What would it cost if I conserved first?

 Eldorado Solar Home Tour

Sunday, March 25th, 10am to 3pm

The Eldorado solar home tour will give everyone a chance to see a wide variety of solar solutions and talk with the home owners about the process of integrating solar energy into their homes. The homes have been chosen as examples of sustainable living and also feature energy savings through creative water catchment, window insulation, food gardens, passive solar use and much more. There are 9 homes on the tour.

Click here for full information on each of the homes. Under the link “Listings” you can print out a page with the listings and addresses. Don’t miss this opportunity to explore Eldorado’s renewable energy pioneers. This will be your chance to see real results in your own home town.You can find more information on energy saving techniques by visiting utilitysavingexpert.com.

For more information about SERA and the solar forum, please contact Marilynn Jacobs, 466-6707 mkjsantafe@comcast.net JLIB_HTML_CLOAKING or Don McAvinchey, perfectlifecoach@gmail.com JLIB_HTML_CLOAKING

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Santa Fe Event Calendar March 2-11, 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, March 2, 2012 thru Monday, March 12, 2012

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

Fri., March 2, 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

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).
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

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,
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,
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

Alternating each Friday between painting and drawing mediums. Explore art-making using
pastels, acrylics and inks.
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 Bishop’s Lodge Ranch 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

TOM HOLLAND Paintings Past and Present

at David Richard Contemporary 130 Lincoln Avenue, Suite D 505-983-9555

David Richard Contemporary is pleased to present Paintings Past and Present, a survey of paintings by TOM HOLLAND from 1960 to 2011. The exhibition will be divided into two distinct bodies of work. The early paintings of the 1960s,
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 – 6:30 PM

“Reel Life in the Land of Enchantment: New Mexico and the Movies”

at Saint Francis Auditorium inside the New Mexico Museum of Art 107 West Palace Avenue (505) 476-5072

Enjoy a panel conversation with film professionals Jonathan Richards, David Sontag and Eric Witt as they explore the surprising deep history of film making in New Mexico, from territorial times to the present. Buy Tickets
5:30 PM – 9 PM

opening reception for:“Custer Lemonade Stan-d-“

at Eggman&Walrus Art Emporium 129 W San Francisco St. and 130 W Palace Ave.,

“Custer Lemonade Stan-d” is an exhibition by Stan and Viento Natchez, with
special guest artist Daniel McCoy.

This exhibition will feature mostly 2-D work by the artists, with some installation,

6 PM – 9 PM

Free Friday Night Tennis Fiesta

at Santa Fe University of Art and Design, 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 – 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 – 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
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

8:30 PM – midnight

Night Train

at La Fonda on the Plaza, 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.
9 PM – midnight

Nosotros @ El Farol

at El Farol (505) 983-9912

Nosotros seamlessly combines Latin rhythms with the elements of Flamenco, Jazz, Salsa, and Rock, creating an original sound that is unmistakably Nosotros.

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 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 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 – 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.
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 PM – 10 PM

Flamenco Conpaz

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

Flamenco Show with special guest Alex Conde on Piano, 7:00–10:00 pm $10 cover, Reservations required
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 – 9:30 PM

Los Lonely Boys

at Santa Fe Brewing Co. 37 Fireplace Ln (505) 424-9637

Los Lonely Boys will perform a small, intimate club show at SOL Santa Fe this Saturday in memory of Yuliana Reyes Vasquez, a four year old girl who was tragically killed in a car accident this January. Buy Tickets
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.
9 PM – midnight

John Kurzweg @ El Farol

at El Farol (505) 983-9912

John Kurzweg @ El Farol
John Kurzweg (born September 5,

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

 
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 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

Geeks Who Drink

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 PM – midnight

Saul Williams @ Sol

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

Born in Newburgh, New York, United States, 1972, Saul Williams is considered a powerful voice of the hip-hop generation as a poet, actor, rapper, singer and musician. Best known for his blend of spoken word poetry and hip-hop,
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

 
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 AM – midnight

Santa Fe Watershed Climate Change Interactive Workshop

at Santa Fe Community Convention Center (505) 955-6200

Residents living in the Santa Fe watershed are invited to a free workshop on the impacts of climate change in the Santa Fe watershed. The workshop is hosted by the City of Santa Fe,
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,
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.
4 PM – midnight

The Cutting Edge: How to Cut Meat & Vegetables Like the Pros

at Ristra 505-982-8608

Did you know that the way you cut your meat and vegetables can make all the difference in the outcome of your recipes? Knife techniques will greatly affect not only the look, but the flavor as well.
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.

6 PM – 7:30 PM

Free Leading by Being®Intro Evening: Cultivate capacity to respond and act in these changing times

at Academy for the Love of Learning Campus in Seton Village, 133 Seton Village Road

In Leading by Being®, the Academy’s foundation course in transformational learning, people are empowered to explore who they are, and discover how they may inspire change and hope in their lives and communities.
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!

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

Gardens & Villa

at Santa Fe Sol/Santa Fe Brewing Co (505) 424-9637

Gardens & Villa is the project of five college friends from Santa Barbara, formed following the collapse of a noisier post-punk band and a hitch-hiking journey up the west coast. Members Chris Lynch, Adam Rasmussen, Levi Hayden, Buy Tickets
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

T-Cubed&Meow Wolf present Gardens&Villa

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

 
7:30 PM – 9:30 PM

St. Petersburg Symphony Orchestra

at Lensic Performing Arts Center 505 988 7050

7:30 PM – 10:30 PM

Acoustic Open Mic hosted by Case Tanner

at Second Street Brewery Railyard district 505-982-3030

Bring down your Martin and play a song or two! Free, every Tuesday night at the Railyard.
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

RUSSELL SHARF’S JAZZ EXPLOSIAN

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

Russell Scharf is currently one of the busiest freelance trumpeters in the Southwest. Born and raised in Santa Fe, NM, Russell was exposed to many types of music at an early age.
8:30 PM – midnight

The Canyon Road Blues Jam

at El Farol (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!

9 PM – 11:30 PM

BLUES JAM

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

 

Wed., March 7, 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).
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.
5:30 PM – midnight

Dinner and a Movie: “Like Water for Chocolate”

at Epazote (505) 988-5991

Set in turn-of-the-century Mexico, “Like Water for Chocolate” is a passionate love story that centers around sensual cooking and eating. While you enjoy a showing of the movie in this beautiful, art-filled restaurant,
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 – 9 PM

First Wednesday Photography Salon

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

Artists presenting:
Karen Belton, Michelle Eckhardt, Helen Maringer and Zoe Townsend.

First Wednesday’s March Salon will be held on March 7th, 2012 at photo-eye Gallery. Utilizing a wide range of
process, tools and imagery,

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!

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 – 9 PM

Joaquin Gallegos

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

Flamenco Guitar 7:00–9:00 pm, No Cover
7 PM – 9 PM

Los Lobos Acoustic

at Lensic Performing Arts Center 505 988 7050

Los Lobos Acoustic at the Lensic.
7:30 PM

Los Lobos

at Lensic Performing Arts Center 505 988 7050

7:30 PM – 10:30 PM

Bill Hearne Trio

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

FOR INFORMATION CALL 995-2363
8 PM – midnight

Salsa Caliente!

at El Farol (505) 983-9912

 
8 PM – midnight

Dinner and a Movie: “Like Water for Chocolate”

at Epazote (505) 988-5991

Set in turn-of-the-century Mexico, “Like Water for Chocolate” is a passionate love story that centers around sensual cooking and eating. While you enjoy a showing of the movie in this beautiful, art-filled restaurant,
8:30 PM – midnight

Autumn Teneyl Trunk Show

at BODY 505-986-0362

Bring your friends & play dress up with us, at this special showing of Autumn’s latest designs with personal fittings!

Wednesday – Friday
March 7-9

8:30 PM – 11:30 PM

SANGRE LATIN JAM-MUSICIANS WELCOME

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

 
9:30 PM – midnight

Los Lobos Por Los Lobos

at Agave Lounge at Eldorado Hotel 505/995.4545

Please join WildEarth Guardians in support of New Mexico’s wolves at a reception with one of our favorite bands – Los Lobos. Attend this post-concert event to mingle with the band, share some great food and a drink,

Thu., March 8, 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).
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

 
3:30 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.
 
4:30 PM – midnight

The Cowgirl’s O’Dell Brewing & Pool Party

at Cowgirl BBQ (505) 982-2565

Join KBAC at the Cowgirl BBQ for Aan Odell Brewing and Billiards Party, Thursday, March 8 from 4:30 until 6:30PM!!  Win your way in to sample Odell craft brews paired with Cowgirls Tapas,
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

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!

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

‘Science on Screen’ Series: ‘Wargames’

at Center for Contemporary Arts Cinematheque 505-982-1338

This eye-opening series provides new contexts for classic films,
7 PM – 9 PM

Al Rogers

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

Pianist extraordinaire, singer and entertainer, No Cover.
7 PM – 9 PM

REEL NEW MEXICO Independent Film Series

at La Tienda The Performance Space Eldorado, NM

Reel New Mexico, an ongoing monthly series showcasing independent films with a New Mexico connection, debuts Thursday, March 8, at 7 p.m. at La Tienda Center in Eldorado.

The first program will feature four short films.

7:30 PM

Ivan and Alyosha

at Santa Fe Sol/Santa Fe Brewing Co (505) 424-9637

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

Meow Wolf presents Ivan and Alyosha * The Grannia Griffith Story

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

 
7:30 PM – 10:30 PM

Bill Hearne Trio

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

FOR INFORMATION CALL 995-2363
8 PM – midnight

Trova Dinner Show

at El Farol (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 – midnight

Autumn Teneyl Trunk Show

at BODY 505-986-0362

Bring your friends & play dress up with us, at this special showing of Autumn’s latest designs with personal fittings!

Wednesday – Friday
March 7-9

9 PM – midnight

Controlled Burn @ El Farol

at El Farol (505) 983-9912

Controlled Burn  will be at El Farol laying down some tunes.

Fri., March 9, 2012

 
all day

‘On The Ice’

at Center for Contemporary Arts Cinematheque 505-982-1338

“Captivating … fascinating … keeps the audience fully engaged.” –Twitch

Winner of major awards at Berlin, Seattle and Woodstock,

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).
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 – midnight

Meow Wolf Performance at SITE Santa Fe

at SITE Santa Fe (505) 989-1199

As part of the Time-Lapse exhibition at SITE Santa Fe, Santa Fe-based collective Meow Wolf will present a series of flowing performance, discussion,
5 PM – midnight

Two Very Special Evenings With Bob Edwards

at James A. Little Theater 505-827-6760

Friday, March 9th the reception will take place at Rio Chama Steakhouse. Champagne, wine, hors d’oeuvres and Bob will autograph his book: “A Voice in the Box” (Book is included with this event).
5 PM – 7 PM

“Vino y Comidas”Wine and Food Pairing Essentials: A Workshop”

at Estrella Del Norte Vineyard 106 N Shining Sun 505-455-2826

 
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

D Numbers and We Drew Lightening @ Sol

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

Since the band’s inception in 2002, D Numbers has been steadily forging their own path in music.
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 – 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

THE COMEDY OF ERRORS By William Shakespeare

at The Lensic Performing Arts Center 505 988 7050

The Lensic Performing Arts Center presents the NT Live production, The Comedy of Errors, March 9, starring actor and comedian Lenny Henry. Buy Tickets
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 – 11 PM

SOULMAN SAM&the SOUL EXPLOSIAN

at La Fiesta Lounge La Fonda Hotel 505-982-5511 or 800-523-5002

Sam was born and raised in Memphis , Tenn-and started singing in church at an early age- 6-7 yrs–many of the young men would sing on street corners,
8:30 PM – midnight

Autumn Teneyl Trunk Show

at BODY 505-986-0362

Bring your friends & play dress up with us, at this special showing of Autumn’s latest designs with personal fittings!

Wednesday – Friday
March 7-9

9 PM – midnight

The Rattlerz @ El Farol

at El Farol (505) 983-9912

 

Sat., March 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.

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 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 – 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 – 6 PM

17 Annual Santa Fe Pen Fair

at Santa Fe Pens Sanbusco Market Center 500 Montezuma Ave., Santa Fe

New Mexico’s largest pen event bringing more than 20 pen manufacturers together with local pen collectors, writers and pen aficionados in one location.
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 – 3 PM

No Bones About It

at Cerrillos Hills State Park

Hike the trails and examine our collection of skulls and other bones to learn how their shapes and sizes allow animals like cougars, bobcats and their prey survive in the wild.

Meet at the main parking lot,

2 PM – midnight

Samantha Martin and the Acro-Cats

at Warehouse 21 505/989-4423

  March 11. 2pm. $18 Adults.
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,
3 PM – midnight

Cooking Demonstration with La Boca Chef/Owner James Campbell Caruso

at La Boca 505/982-3433

Chef James Campbell Caruso will show you how to make La Boca favorites and recipes from his new cookbook, Espana: Exploring the Flavors of Spain,
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

4:30 PM – midnight

Celebracion!  It’s a Party!

at La Fonda de Santa Fe 505-982-5511

9th Annual Celebracion!  It’s a Party! in the Lumpkins Ballroom at the La Fonda Hotel on the Plaza, Santa fe.

Enjoy Tapas! Vino! Chocolate!  Flamenco Dancing.

4:30 PM

Celebraci�n 2012 Tapas! Vino! Chocolate! It’s a Party!!!

at Lumpkins Ballroom La Fonda Hotel 100 E. San Francisco Street Santa Fe, NM 87501

You are cordially invited to attend our Ninth Annual !Celebraci�n! 2012
Tapas! Vino! Chocolate!

Event features an exciting auction
with proceeds benefiting the Spanish Colonial Arts Society’s Museum exhibits,

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

Bridging The Worlds Animal Sanctuary Fundraiser at Body

at BODY 505-986-0362

At BODY of Santa Fe

The evening will happen in 3 main “Acts” or segments:
ACT 1: Singer/Songwriter stage: 6:00-8:00

Martha Reich, Joey Wilson, Jeff Hood,

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,
6:30 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

Two Very Special Evenings With Bob Edwards

at James A. Little Theater 505-827-6760

Friday, March 9th the reception will take place at Rio Chama Steakhouse. Champagne, wine, hors d’oeuvres and Bob will autograph his book: “A Voice in the Box” (Book is included with this event).
7 PM – midnight

Don Carlos with the Dub Vision Band and special guest Fyah Wyah

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

Reggae Legend Don Carlos at SOL Santa Fe.  Founding member of Black Uhuru with the Dub Vision Band and special guest Fyah Wyah.
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

Lensic Presents Big Screen Classics NETWORK Television will never be the same.

at Lensic Performing Arts Center 505 988 7050

Director Sidney Lumet’s brilliant, 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.
7:30 PM

Don Carlos

at Santa Fe Sol/Santa Fe Brewing Co (505) 424-9637

7:30 PM – 9:30 PM

Heath Concerts Presents Don Carlos Live In Harmony Tour

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

 
7:30 PM – 10:30 PM

JQ Whitcomb Quartet

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

Extraordinary trumpet player JQ with his band.
8 PM – 11 PM

SOULMAN SAM&the SOUL EXPLOSIAN

at La Fiesta Lounge La Fonda Hotel 505-982-5511 or 800-523-5002

Sam was born and raised in Memphis , Tenn-and started singing in church at an early age- 6-7 yrs–many of the young men would sing on street corners,
9 PM – midnight

TV Killers @ El Farol

at El Farol (505) 983-9912

Bill Palmer is a songwriter, singer, guitarist & award winning record producer living in Santa Fe, NM. He played with the Sharecroppers (Good Medicine Band) in Austin, TX in the mid/late 90s,

Sun., March 11, 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 – 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

Samantha Martin and the Acro-Cats

at Warehouse 21 505/989-4423

  March 11. 2pm. $18 Adults.
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

Join us as Shelby Tisdale, Director of the Museum of Indian Arts & Culture, and Carolyn Kastner, Associate Curator of the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum,
2 PM – 3 PM

Schola Cantorum and the Monks of Christ in the Desert Monastery

at New Mexico History Museum Museum Hill 505-476-5200

Last December, a performance by Santa Fe’s Schola Cantorum and the monks of Christ in the Desert Monastery drew an overflow crowd to the New Mexico History Museum.
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.
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 PM

The Red Star Red Army Chorus&Dance Ensemble

at The Lensic Performing Arts Center East San Fransisco St 505 988 7050

The history of legendary Russian singing choir began in 1929. Since than it has been traveling all over the world and performing arts of Russian culture. Step by step, the choir has extended its team of the ballet part. Buy Tickets
3:30 PM – midnight

‘The Human Resources Manager’

at Center for Contemporary Arts Cinematheque 505-982-1338

HaMakom presents: The Human Resources Manager

The Human Resources Manager of Jerusalem’s largest bakery is in trouble. He is separated from his wife, distanced from his daughter, and stuck in a job he hates.

3:30 PM – 5:30 PM

Improv 4 Life! 3 Week Experience

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

Apply the Rules of Improv in creative ways NOW…in everyday situations!

3 weeks to work together, play Improv games, experience differences, debrief on HOW to use the Rules of Improv in your life situations.

3:30 PM – 5:30 PM

The Human Resources Manager – HaMakom Jewish Film Festival

at CCA Studio – 1050 Old Pecos Trail

Winner of the Israeli Academy Award for Best Picture and multiple other awards. Directed by Erin Riklis, director of The Syrian Bride and The Lemon Tree. Film followed by facilitated discussion led by Bonnie Ellinger, Ph.D.
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

Book Signing: Meet the Author Larry Seeley

at Buffalo Thunder Resort & Casino 505/455-5555

Buffalo Thunder Casino will give a free copy of Larry Seeley’s new Jack Sloan novel, 17 Degrees North, to the first 250 attendees. Signing will take place at the Blue Note Lounge inside the casino. If you’re a Jack Sloan fan,
6 PM – 7:30 PM

EXHIBITION LECTURE PROGRAM A Conversation with Margarete Bagshaw and Jaune Quick-to-See Smith

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

Join us as Shelby Tisdale, Director of the Museum of Indian Arts&Culture, and Carolyn Kastner, Associate Curator of the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum,
6:30 PM – midnight

Crystal Antlers with Sleepy Sun and Guests

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

 
7 PM – midnight

Samantha Martin and the Acro-Cats

at Warehouse 21 505/989-4423

  March 11. 2pm. $18 Adults.
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.
7:30 PM

Crystal Antlers

at Santa Fe Sol/Santa Fe Brewing Co (505) 424-9637

7:30 PM – 9:30 PM

T-Cubed&Meow Wolf present Crystal Antlers * Sleepy Sun * Electric Guest

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

 

Mon., March 12, 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

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,
11 AM – 12 PM

Spring Equinox Celebration with Annie Rose the Flower Fairy

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

Santa Fe Farmers’ Market is open every Saturday, 8am-1pm.
Railyard Artisan Market is open every Sunday, 10am-4pm.
noon – 1 PM

Brainpower&Brownbags Lecture Series – Jon Hunner,“New Mexico: The Stumble to Statehood”

at New Mexico History Museum 113 Lincoln Ave 505-476-5200

Hunner is a history professor and director of the Public History Program at New Mexico State University.
2 PM – midnight

Friends of the Wheelwright Museum Lecture Series

at Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian (505) 982-4636

“Native Dancer: Jeri Ah-be-hill”

Jeri Ah-be-hill (Kiowa/Comanche), always a Wheelwright favorite, returns to tell us about the history, tradition, and regalia of the powwow.  Active at powwows her entire life,

2 PM – 4 PM

GEEKS WHO DRINK TRIVIA CONTEST

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

 
5 PM – midnight

Book Signing: Meet the Author Larry Seeley

at Buffalo Thunder Resort & Casino 505/455-5555

Buffalo Thunder Casino will give a free copy of Larry Seeley’s new Jack Sloan novel, 17 Degrees North, to the first 250 attendees. Signing will take place at the Blue Note Lounge inside the casino. If you’re a Jack Sloan fan,
6:30 PM – midnight

La Sera, Cold Showers, and A Classic Education @ Sol

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

Since joining all-female punk trio Vivian Girls during the spring of 2007 Katy Goodman’s DIY-style bass playing and drifty-faded vocals have sent waves of adoration rippling throughout Brooklyn’s pop punk circuit.
7 PM – midnight

Geeks Who Drink

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

La Sera

at Santa Fe Sol/Santa Fe Brewing Co (505) 424-9637

7:30 PM – 9:30 PM

3RD ANNUAL SXSF TRANSIT MUSIC FESTIVAL – La Sera w/ Cold Showers&A Classic Education

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

T-Cubed, Transit Music, Meow Wolf,
Heath Concerts, The After Hours Alliance,
7:30 PM – 9:30 PM

Arigato Concert Tour: Matsukawa Kyougaku Taiko Drummers

at National Dance Institute of New Mexico 1140 Alto Street (505) 983-7646

On March 11, 2011, Japan was struck by one of the largest earthquakes in Japan’s history.  In March of 2012, one year after the disaster,
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

POETICA

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

 
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 13, 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 Signing: Meet the Author Larry Seeley

at Buffalo Thunder Resort & Casino 505/455-5555

Buffalo Thunder Casino will give a free copy of Larry Seeley’s new Jack Sloan novel, 17 Degrees North, to the first 250 attendees. Signing will take place at the Blue Note Lounge inside the casino. If you’re a Jack Sloan fan,
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!

Trova will be an evening of some of my favorite songs from all the Spanish speaking countries of the world, the Middle East, Greece,

8 PM – midnight

Deerhoof w/ AU and Raven Chacon

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

Deerhoof will stop atSol at Santa Fe Brewing for an all-ages show on Tuesday, March 13, 2011.AU andRaven Chacon provide opening support.
8:30 PM – midnight

The Canyon Road Blues Jam

at El Farol (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!

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