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Our Annual Open House features live animal demonstrations, kids' crafts, food, and other activities. Tours of our wildlife hospital are offered free if you bring an item from our wish list. Admission free, but $5 donation per vehicle at the gate.
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505-753-9505
Our Annual Open House features live animal demonstrations, kids' crafts, food, and other activities. Tours of our wildlife hospital are offered free if you bring an item from our wish list. Admission free, but $5 donation per vehicle at the gate.
Sand Play Saturday is back for the 2018 season, geared towards children age 0-3 and their families. Explore the properties of sand and water through digging, castle building, "cooking", and imaginations going wild! Meet in the Children's Play Area!
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505-316-3596
Sand Play Saturday is back for the 2018 season, geared towards children age 0-3 and their families. Explore the properties of sand and water through digging, castle building, "cooking", and imaginations going wild! Meet in the Children's Play Area!
Award-winning plein air pastel artist Tobi Clement, paints the expansive landscapes and ethereal quality of light that is only found in New Mexico. July 6, 2018 from 5:00 pm to 7:30 pm. Show runs until the end of July.
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(505) 437-1107
Award-winning plein air pastel artist Tobi Clement, paints the expansive landscapes and ethereal quality of light that is only found in New Mexico. July 6, 2018 from 5:00 pm to 7:30 pm. Show runs until the end of July.
Award-winning plein air pastel artist Tobi Clement, paints the expansive landscapes and ethereal quality of light that is only found in New Mexico. July 6, 2018 from 5:00 pm to 7:30 pm. Show runs until the end of July.
Visit website or call for details.

(505) 437-1107
Award-winning plein air pastel artist Tobi Clement, paints the expansive landscapes and ethereal quality of light that is only found in New Mexico. July 6, 2018 from 5:00 pm to 7:30 pm. Show runs until the end of July.
Enjoy a lowrider & custom car show and neighborhood cruise with kids activities, perpetual motion performers, music and food trucks. Watch for more details, including information about neighborhood businesses participating in events and DISCOUNTS!
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505-955-6707
Enjoy a lowrider & custom car show and neighborhood cruise with kids activities, perpetual motion performers, music and food trucks. Watch for more details, including information about neighborhood businesses participating in events and DISCOUNTS!
Free admission to the Garden for New Mexico residents and students (please provide NM and school identification).
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505-471-9103
Free admission to the Garden for New Mexico residents and students (please provide NM and school identification).
We're kicking off our Summer Planetarium Night Series on June 29th! A night with Stargazer, special guest Dr. Misty Carty & fun for the whole family! Esperamos verte a todos, ¡vamos de aventuras! Music, take-home activities and games!
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We're kicking off our Summer Planetarium Night Series on June 29th! A night with Stargazer, special guest Dr. Misty Carty & fun for the whole family! Esperamos verte a todos, ¡vamos de aventuras! Music, take-home activities and games!
$5-$10 suggested donations The summer solstice, World Music Day and Thursday the 21st converge and offer the powers that be a long night of music with BrotherSound, Trashcat, Nathan Smerage and other surprises. Matcha tea and groovy atmospheres.
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505-986-5037
$5-$10 suggested donations The summer solstice, World Music Day and Thursday the 21st converge and offer the powers that be a long night of music with BrotherSound, Trashcat, Nathan Smerage and other surprises. Matcha tea and groovy atmospheres.
Cover: $5 - 10 Sliding Scale He's jazz, she's folk. Together they weave music that's sophisticated and old-fashioned at the same time. Her playful and sensual vocals, his Gypsy virtuosic violin, with four
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505-986-5037
Cover: $5 - 10 Sliding Scale He's jazz, she's folk. Together they weave music that's sophisticated and old-fashioned at the same time. Her playful and sensual vocals, his Gypsy virtuosic violin, with four
HYPERCLASH is hosting Make Your Own T-Shirt booth July21st 1pm-8pm during the Baca block party. Buy a blank shirt from us for $15 + we'll provide the fabric markers. Bring your inspiration + drawing skills or use our crazy handmade stencils! See Link
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505-820-0520
HYPERCLASH is hosting Make Your Own T-Shirt booth July21st 1pm-8pm during the Baca block party. Buy a blank shirt from us for $15 + we'll provide the fabric markers. Bring your inspiration + drawing skills or use our crazy handmade stencils! See Link

Calendar > Gallery Openings

Local classical realist painter Charis Congail, will present recent paintings exploring contemporary ideas of wilderness, as well as a sampling of revealing portraiture and still life works. Opening reception is on Saturday, June 2, 2018 from 4-7pm.
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505-437-1107
Local classical realist painter Charis Congail, will present recent paintings exploring contemporary ideas of wilderness, as well as a sampling of revealing portraiture and still life works. Opening reception is on Saturday, June 2, 2018 from 4-7pm.
See new paintings by Utah-based artist Brad Overton.
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505-954-9902
See new paintings by Utah-based artist Brad Overton.
Weekend demonstrations by Native Artists: Micaceous pottery, beadwork, ledger drawings, turquoise and jewelry. Check our website or Facebook page for artist and schedule.
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505-455-2819
Weekend demonstrations by Native Artists: Micaceous pottery, beadwork, ledger drawings, turquoise and jewelry. Check our website or Facebook page for artist and schedule.

Calendar > Museum Events

This exhibit explores the most famous events, sometimes little known stories, and inventions born here which impact our lives, and helps to recognize the remarkable contributions involved in writing NM's Atomic Histories for the last 75 years.
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505-476-5044
This exhibit explores the most famous events, sometimes little known stories, and inventions born here which impact our lives, and helps to recognize the remarkable contributions involved in writing NM's Atomic Histories for the last 75 years.
Tours led by volunteer guides are offered daily and include highlights of the building and current exhibitions. Tours are free with admission. Call 505-476-5063 to verify times
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505-476-5063
Tours led by volunteer guides are offered daily and include highlights of the building and current exhibitions. Tours are free with admission. Call 505-476-5063 to verify times

Calendar > Music & Nightlife

Cords & Strings' award-winning actor/singer Lisa Keating and virtuoso guitarist Jesse Vernier deliver a musical celebration of Summer featuring hot bossas, sultry sambas and sizzling soundtracks from movies and musicals to keep you cool.
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818-746-0558
Cords & Strings' award-winning actor/singer Lisa Keating and virtuoso guitarist Jesse Vernier deliver a musical celebration of Summer featuring hot bossas, sultry sambas and sizzling soundtracks from movies and musicals to keep you cool.
INDIAN CLASSICAL MUSIC performed by world class virtuosos: °Steve Oda—sarode, a 25-stringed fretless lute °Ty Burhoe—tabla, the melodic pair of drums of North India °Taro Terahara—bansuri (Japanese bamboo flute)
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5055776037
INDIAN CLASSICAL MUSIC performed by world class virtuosos: °Steve Oda—sarode, a 25-stringed fretless lute °Ty Burhoe—tabla, the melodic pair of drums of North India °Taro Terahara—bansuri (Japanese bamboo flute)
D’Santiago Nava and his Brujo Trio will be sharing acoustic Nuevo Flamenco music in an informal and donation based afternoon during Spanish Market. Songs shared will be from D'Santiago Nava's 2nd CD. Vocalist Kiesha Cotton joins the Trio.
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505-577-6037
D’Santiago Nava and his Brujo Trio will be sharing acoustic Nuevo Flamenco music in an informal and donation based afternoon during Spanish Market. Songs shared will be from D'Santiago Nava's 2nd CD. Vocalist Kiesha Cotton joins the Trio.
Come listen to some Country by Perfect Strangr! No Cover!
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5057651505
Come listen to some Country by Perfect Strangr! No Cover!
Mozart once remarked that his Quintet for Piano and Winds was “the best thing I have written in my life,” & Smetana’s elegiac yet life-affirming Piano Trio was written in one of the most profound moments of the composer’s life.
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505-982-1890
Mozart once remarked that his Quintet for Piano and Winds was “the best thing I have written in my life,” & Smetana’s elegiac yet life-affirming Piano Trio was written in one of the most profound moments of the composer’s life.

Calendar > Performing Arts

Futurition | Santa Fe is a series of festivals and events June 7-24, in downtown Santa Fe that brings art, science and technology together. It will include 
open-air concerts, maker spaces, lectures, panels, film series, art walks, gaming & more!
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415.608.0263
Futurition | Santa Fe is a series of festivals and events June 7-24, in downtown Santa Fe that brings art, science and technology together. It will include 
open-air concerts, maker spaces, lectures, panels, film series, art walks, gaming & more!

Calendar > Tours

Find your way in one of the older, more scenic neighborhoods with a local historian? Learn about the artists and writers who made Santa Fe one of the largest art markets in the US. See the mother ditch and find out about unique community events.
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505-988-8022
Find your way in one of the older, more scenic neighborhoods with a local historian? Learn about the artists and writers who made Santa Fe one of the largest art markets in the US. See the mother ditch and find out about unique community events.

Calendar > Workshops & Classes

Through the powerful lenses of science fiction and social equity, nationally recognized speakers Gabriel Teodros and Liz Ogbu will invite participants to explore bold, disruptive ideas for a future where everyone has access to housing.
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5059899934
Through the powerful lenses of science fiction and social equity, nationally recognized speakers Gabriel Teodros and Liz Ogbu will invite participants to explore bold, disruptive ideas for a future where everyone has access to housing.

What's Happening > Events

CURRENTS New Media Festival
WHEN: June 8 - 24, 2018
This feast for the eyes has entertained art-lovers for 15 years with its interactive video and new media installations, multimedia performances, experimental documentaries, workshops and moreǃ Don’t miss this citywide pageant of cutting-edge curiosities—and best of all, most events and programs are free.
Various Locations

WHEN: June 8 - 24, 2018
This feast for the eyes has entertained art-lovers for 15 years with its interactive video and new media installations, multimedia performances, experimental documentaries, workshops and moreǃ Don’t miss this citywide pageant of cutting-edge curiosities—and best of all, most events and programs are free.
94th Annual Burning of Zozobra
WHEN: August 31, 2018
Amid fireworks and the ceremonial dances of ghosts and fire, Zozobra is set ablaze by torches. As Old Man Gloom burns, it is said that with him go the feelings of gloom and doom from the past year. The sound of the groaning Zozobra can be heard throughout the city and for miles around. Created by local Santa Fe Artists over 90 years ago and now sponsored by the Santa Fe Kiwanis Club, this event draws 10s of thousands of visitors, rain or shine, and is the official kick-off for the Santa Fe Fiestas. This year's burning will focus on Zozobra as he was in the 1960's and the world events and temperature.
Fort Marcy Park

WHEN: August 31, 2018
Amid fireworks and the ceremonial dances of ghosts and fire, Zozobra is set ablaze by torches. As Old Man Gloom burns, it is said that with him go the feelings of gloom and doom from the past year. The sound of the groaning Zozobra can be heard throughout the city and for miles around. Created by local Santa Fe Artists over 90 years ago and now sponsored by the Santa Fe Kiwanis Club, this event draws 10s of thousands of visitors, rain or shine, and is the official kick-off for the Santa Fe Fiestas. This year's burning will focus on Zozobra as he was in the 1960's and the world events and temperature.
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