TODAY
    Sunday Nov 19 - Nov 20 @ 10:15 AM
Taize Service
Santa Fe Center for Spiritual Living
 
TODAY
    Sunday Nov 19 - Nov 20 @ 11:15 AM
Inspiration Service
Santa Fe Center for Spiritual Living – For additional information please visit out website: http://santafecsl.org/services-location/
 
TODAY
    Sunday Nov 19 @ 2:00 PM
Standard Showdown
Big Adventure Comics – Entry Fee: $5 Prizes: Your choice of boosters.
 
UPCOMING
    Wednesday Nov 22 @ 6:00 PM
Thanksgiving Eve Service
Santa Fe Center for Spiritual Living
 
UPCOMING
    Thursday Nov 23 @ 12:00 PM
Thanksgiving 3 Course Meal
Thunderbird Bar and Grill – 3 course Pre-Fix Thanksgiving Meal for $34.95. $16.95 Turkey Meal for Kids 12 and under. Full Bar, Full service. You do the dining, we do ALL the cooking and cleaning.
 
UPCOMING
    Thursday Nov 23 @ 1:00 PM
Thanksgiving at Eldorado Hotel & Spa
Eldorado Hotel & Spa – Join us on Thanksgiving for a special dinner featuring traditional favorites and seasonal flavors with a twist! Old House will be serving a special menu from 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. The cost is $60 per person. See the link to see our menu and more details: http://bit.ly/2AjlWxC
 
UPCOMING
    Friday Nov 24 - Nov 30 @ 9:15 PM
Tragedy Girls at Jean Cocteau Cinema
Santa Fe Independent Film Festival – Following a premiere at the Santa Fe Independent Film Festival, Tyler MacIntyre's #TragedyGirls returns to NM for a full theatrical run at the Jean Cocteau Cinema in Santa Fe. Bring your BFF and stop by the JC for like a totally good time (+ llike lots of murder and stuff). TICKETS & SHOWTIMES: http://bit.ly/2Am23VT "Add TRAGEDY GIRLS to your must-see list as soon as possible." - JoBlo.com "If Scream and Heathers shacked up and had murderous, millennial offspring, it might look a lot like Tragedy Girls." - Village Voice
 
UPCOMING
    Saturday Nov 25 @ 10:00 AM
Community 100th Birthday Party for the New Mexico Museum of Art
New Mexico Museum of Art – In commemoration of the 100th anniversary of our historic first day, as well as the century since, the Museum will host a free, day-long birthday event for all ages from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. in the Museum, on the surrounding streets, as well as on the historic Santa Fe Plaza. New Mexico’s artistic past, present and future converge during 2017 as the New Mexico Museum of Art celebrates its 100-year anniversary. Points of interest during the party include: Visitors can participate in art making activities including the making of an Artrageous birthday hat, birthday card or decorate paper 100 year eyewear. Visitors who come in 1917-1920s costumes win a prize. Meet costumed interpreters dressed as artists from the past who will be roaming the galleries and talking about artwork on view. Characters will include artists Georgia O’Keeffe, Laura Gilpin, Will Shuster, and a few surprise guests. On the streets around the Museum, check out Axle Contemporary mobile gallery, the Wonders on Wheels Mobile Museum, vintage cars, lowriders and more. 10:00 am to 3:00 pm Photo booth with costumes and props in the lobby of Museum Conversations with Curators: Hear about works of art, recent acquisitions and new installations on tours with Museum curators. Meet the museum curators for a brief introduction to each exhibition: 11:30 Horizons: People and Place in New Mexican Art Christian Waguespack, Curator of 20th Century Art 12:30 Contact: Local to Global Merry Scully, Head of Curatorial Affairs and Curator of Contemporary Art 1:30 Shifting Light: Perspectives in Photography Katherine Ware, Curator of Photography Theatrical and dance performances on the stage of St. Francis Auditorium : 11:00 am New Mexico School for the Arts Noon The Pueblo of Pojoaque Youth Hoop Dancers 1:00 pm National Institute of Flamenco Niños Flamencos with live musical accompaniment by Teeños, vocalist Eva Encinias and guitarist Eloy Gonzales Live music : 11:00 am Shiners Club Band performs a Tableau Vivant and playing early 20th century jazz. 2:00 pm to 3:30 pm Mariachi Sonidos del Monte Accolades: 3:00 pm Local dignitaries give a tribute to the Museum of Art and wish us a Happy 100th birthday. 3:30 pm Cake will be served outside of the Museum. FREE parking is available at both the City Convention Center and the PERA parking lot at the corner of Paseo de Peralta and Old Santa Fe Trail. PERA parking lot will have a free shuttle to the Museum every fifteen minutes from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm.
 
UPCOMING
    Saturday Nov 25 @ 11:00 AM
Meet the Greyhounds, New Mexico!
Teca Tu-A Pawsworthy Pet Emporium – Greyhound Adoption League of Texas (GALT) has expanded operations in New Mexico. GALT-NM will be hosting a Meet n Greet at Teca Tu Pet Emporium in Santa Fe on the fourth Saturday of each month. Potential adopters will be able to meet Greyhounds and learn about them, as well as the adoption or fostering process. Teca Tu is located at DeVargas Mall, 165 Paseo de Peralta, in Santa Fe. For more information, please go to www.galtx.org or find us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Tumblr, LinkedIn, Pinterest or YouTube.
 
UPCOMING
    Saturday Nov 25 @ 7:00 PM
Modern Tournament
Big Adventure Comics – Entry Fee: $5 Prizes: Your choice of boosters.
 
UPCOMING
    Sunday Nov 26 @ 2:00 PM
Commander
Big Adventure Comics – Entry Fee: $5 Prizes: Your choice of boosters.
 
UPCOMING
    Sunday Nov 26 @ 6:00 PM
CA Conrad in Santa Fe
Teatro Paraguas – Join me in welcoming CA Conrad to Santa Fe for a night of poetry! Conrad will read from his new book, While Standing in Line for Death. We will gather together to celebrate our voices, the politics that we hold dear to us and share with you how that manifests in our written work. This event is *FREE* to attend - and we will have a small donation jar to help CA get back to the East Coast for winter!! With special guests moi Anastasio Wrobel Israel Francisco Haros Lopez and Cakeboy <3 <3 <3 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Cakeboy is your wildest fantasy. Cakeboy is your darkest secret: one part animal and two parts confection, sickening sweet and sinfully delicious. Cakeboy is your every desire. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Israel Francisco Haros Lopez was born in East Los Angeles to immigrant parents of Mexican descent. He is a recent recipient of the Kindle Project's "Makers Muse Award" for his community work. He brings his firsthand knowledge of the realities of migration, U.S. border policies, and life as a Mexican American to his work with families and youth as a mentor, educator, art instructor, ally, workshop facilitator and activist. Even with a 1.59 High school G.P.A., Israel managed to go back to the community college and raise his grades to get accepted into U.C. Berkeley and receive a degree in English Literature and Chicano Studies followed by an M.F.A in Creative Writing. At formal and informal visual art spaces, Israel creates and collaborates in many interdisciplinary ways including poetry, performance, music, visual art, and video making and curriculum creation. His work addresses a multitude of historical and spiritual layered realities of border politics, identity politics, and the re-interpretation of histories. www.waterhummingbirdhouse.com www.chicanocoloringbooks.com www.newmexicomuralproject.com www.etsy.com/shop/IzzySquared ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Anastasio Wrobel, 29, born in Seattle, WA, is a political visual artist who moonlights as a poet and gender theorist. Their work is made by mixing both analog and digital media processes together to loop and feed the work into various components as it is created. They paint, collage, write, screenprint and photograph most often. Previous projects include The Non-Binary Coloring Book, The Enby Miniatures - a curation of 200 Artist Trading Cards, as well as having written work appear in Original Plumbing, Bealladonna* and The Poetry Project. Currently, they are working on an illustration series of figurative works to celebrate gender-non-conforming and non-binary identites. This work aims at generating artifacts for future generations to build on, and to combat the loss of stories, media, identity and more that has been lost to AIDS, imperial-erasure and mulitudes of ongoing gender-based violences. For more information visit their website at www.aungrobo.us. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ CAConrad is the author of 9 books of poetry and essays and the latest is titled While Standing In Line For Death from Wave Books (2017). He is a Pew Fellow and has also received fellowships from Lannan Foundation, MacDowell Colony, Headlands Center for the Arts, Banff, RADAR, Flying Object and Ucross. For his books, essays, and details on the documentary The Book of Conrad (from Delinquent Films 2016), please visit http://CAConrad.blogspot.com
 
UPCOMING
    Tuesday Nov 28 @ 5:00 PM
Varsity Girls Basketball vs Wagon Mound HS - Home Game
New Mexico School for the Deaf
 
UPCOMING
    Tuesday Nov 28 @ 6:30 PM
Varsity Boys Basketball vs Wagon Mound HS - Home Game
New Mexico School for the Deaf
 
UPCOMING
    Thursday Nov 30 @ 5:00 PM
Varsity Girls Basketball vs Cimarron HS - Home Game
New Mexico School for the Deaf
 
UPCOMING
    Thursday Nov 30 @ 7:00 PM
Film screening: Painting Santa Fe
New Mexico Museum of Art – In partnership with New Mexico PBS, join us to be among the first to see this film focusing on the founding of the Santa Fe art colony. "Painting Santa Fe" tells the fascinating history of Santa Fe’s transformation from an adobe village to a world-renowned center for the arts. The film celebrate the history, artists and patrons of this unique chapter in American art.
 
UPCOMING
    Friday Dec 1 @ 8:30 AM
Business Over Breakfast - Century Bank
Santa Fe Chamber of Commerce – The Santa Fe Chamber of Commerce invites you to join us at this month's Business over Breakfast hosted by Century Bank at Eldorado Hotel & Spa. This is a casual networking event allowing you to expose your business with other local business professionals while enjoying great breakfast. Each attendee will get 30 seconds to speak about their business. Connections - Door prizes - Networking - Great food! Members: $15 Non members: $20 Walk-in rate: $20 Registration closes on Thursday, November 30 at 12:00pm. Registration is required. Register early, these breakfasts sell out! About Our Hosts: No one knows your business better than you do and no one knows Business Banking better than Century Bank. We understand that every business is different. We offer a variety of business checking plans so you can find the perfect fit. Ask about our other business banking products including Online Banking, Savings, Commercial Loans and Treasury Management Services.
 
UPCOMING
    Friday Dec 1 @ 10:00 AM
Cacti are Cool: Celebrating Indigenous Ecology!
IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts – Cacti are Cool: Celebrating Indigenous Ecological Practices with DIY Terrariums Friday, December 1 | 10am – 12noon MoCNA Project Lab Take a moment to stop and smell…the cactus! Spend a morning learning about indigenous dryland and desert ecological practices through our current exhibition, Desert ArtLAB: Ecologies of Resistance, and then put that knowledge to use by building your own cactus terrarium. This event is limited to 20 participants with a fee of $10 for materials. For more information and to RSVP, please contact MoCNA Membership+Programs Manager Andrea Hanley (Navajo) at (505) 428-5907 or ahanley@iaia.edu.
 
UPCOMING
    Friday Dec 1 @ 12:00 PM
History Scholars Lecture
New Mexico State Commission of Public Records – Please join us for Linda Tigges lecture on “Material Culture in New Mexico, 1692-1740s: New Mexico within the Trade Network of the greater Spanish Empire” at noon on November 2, 2017 in the Ycca Room. This event is part of the 2017 History Scholars Lecture Series presented by the Center fo Southwest Research, UNM Center for Regional Studies, the Historical Society of New Mexico, and the Office of the State HIstorian.
 
UPCOMING
    Friday Dec 1 - Dec 2 @ 7:30 PM
Faith Healer
Teatro Paraguas – Faith Healer is an Irish drama produced and presented by the Odenbear Theatre Company and is about the life of the faith healer Francis Hardy as monologued through the shifting memories of Hardy, his wife, Grace, and stage manager, Teddy. Each character is seeking absolution of their perceived sins as they review their lives, all the while trying to battle and suppress their internal struggles. Does Frank Hardy possess actual healing powers? Can Grace, his wife, manage to hang on to the thin ribbon of her sanity? And does Teddy, Frank’s stage manager, hold the truth about all the years that the trio spent together living out of a dirty van as they crisscrossed Ireland, Scotland and the UK applying Frank’s healing skills in pubs and church basements? The play is directed by Bruce Katlin. The cast consists of Jeff Spicer as Francis Hardy, Irene Loy as Grace, and Jim Hatch as Teddy. To make reservations, please call 505-424-1601 . All seats $20.