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Below is a calendar listing all of the Santa Fe upcoming events. Santa Fe’s natural beauty takes outdoor adventures: skiing, hiking, golfing, hot air ballooning, horseback riding, and rafting to a magical level. As for night life, Santa Fe is a mecca of delicious dining, theatre, music festivals, and a world renowned opera.

Many of Santa Fe’s rich historic and cultural activities are within walking distance of Santa Fe Sage Inn. Our hotel front desk team is happy to assist you in creating a memorable visit.
January 2016
1 New Year's Day Santa Fe Ski Basin 505.982.4429
www.skisantafe.com
1-31 Aspen Santa Fe Ballet complete Schedule of Events Lensic Performing Arts Center 505.983.5591
www.aspensantafeballet.com
1-31 El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe complete Schedule of Events El Museo Cultural 505.992.0591
www.elmuseocultural.org
1-31 El Rancho de las Golondrinas complete Schedule of Events El Rancho de las Golindrinas 505.471.2261
www.golondrinas.org
1-31 Lensic Performing Arts Center complete Schedule of Events Lensic Performing Arts Center 505.988.7050
www.lensic.org
1-31 National Preservation Month May is Heritage Preservation Month Join HPD, parks, communities, and organizations statewide in commemorating the National Park Service Centennial, the 50th anniversary of the National Historic Preservation Act, and Mission 66 during Heritage Preservation Month, May 2016. Forty events—our 44th annual awards ceremony May 13, the New Mexico Archaeology Fair in the Organ Mountains May 7, and a month of night sky preservation and stargazing activities at Chaco Canyon are some highlights—will have you exploring New Mexico history in May. www.nmhistoricpreservation.org/
1-31 New Mexico Railrunner complete Schedule of arrivals and departures Various stations 866.795.7245
www.nmrailrunner.com
1-31 Santa Fe Brewing Company complete Schedule of Events Santa Fe Brewing Company 505.424.3333
www.santafebrewing.com
1-31 Santa Fe Convention & Visitors Bureau complete Schedule of Events Various Santa Fe Venues 505.955.6200
www.santafe.org
1-31 Santa Fe Desert Chorale complete Schedule of Events Various Santa Fe Venues 505.988.2282
www.desertchorale.org
1-31 Santa Fe Playhouse complete Schedule of Events Santa Fe Playhouse 505.988.4262
www.santafeplayhouse.org
1-31 Santa Fe Pro Musica complete Schedule of Events Various Santa Fe Venues 505.988.4640
www.santafepromusica.com
1-31 Santa Fe Ski Season Santa Fe Ski Basin 505.982.4429
www.skisantafe.com
1-31 Sante Fe Symphony and Chorus complete Schedule of Events Lensic Performing Arts Center 505.983.3530
www.santafesymphony.org
1-31 Theaterwork, New Mexico Theater Company complete Schedule of Events James A. Little Theater, Santa Fe 505.471.1799
www.theaterwork.org
17 Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Holiday
18 Legislative Session begins Santa Fe Capitol www.nmlegis.gov/lcs
26-30 Taos Winter Wine Festival - Seminars and dinners hosted in the Town of Taos and Taos Ski Village Taos, NM 505.438.8060
skitaos.org/
TBD Souper Bowl - Tasty soup competition All proceeds benefit The Food Depot. Santa Fe Community Convention Center 505.471.1633
www.thefooddepot.org
February 2016
1-28 Aspen Santa Fe Ballet complete Schedule of Events Lensic Performing Arts Center 505.983.5591
www.aspensantafeballet.com
1-28 El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe complete Schedule of Events El Museo Cultural 505.992.0591
www.elmuseocultural.org
1-28 El Rancho de las Golondrinas complete Schedule of Events El Rancho de las Golindrinas 505.471.2261
www.golondrinas.org
1-28 Lensic Performing Arts Center complete Schedule of Events Lensic Performing Arts Center 505.988.7050
www.lensic.org
1-28 National Preservation Month May is Heritage Preservation Month Join HPD, parks, communities, and organizations statewide in commemorating the National Park Service Centennial, the 50th anniversary of the National Historic Preservation Act, and Mission 66 during Heritage Preservation Month, May 2016. Forty events—our 44th annual awards ceremony May 13, the New Mexico Archaeology Fair in the Organ Mountains May 7, and a month of night sky preservation and stargazing activities at Chaco Canyon are some highlights—will have you exploring New Mexico history in May. www.nmhistoricpreservation.org/
1-28 New Mexico Railrunner complete Schedule of arrivals and departures Various stations 866.795.7245
www.nmrailrunner.com
1-28 Santa Fe Brewing Company complete Schedule of Events Santa Fe Brewing Company 505.424.3333
www.santafebrewing.com
1-28 Santa Fe Convention & Visitors Bureau complete Schedule of Events Various Santa Fe Venues 505.955.6200
www.santafe.org
1-28 Santa Fe Desert Chorale complete Schedule of Events Various Santa Fe Venues 505.988.2282
www.desertchorale.org
1-28 Santa Fe Playhouse complete Schedule of Events Santa Fe Playhouse 505.988.4262
www.santafeplayhouse.org
1-28 Santa Fe Pro Musica complete Schedule of Events Various Santa Fe Venues 505.988.4640
www.santafepromusica.com
1-28 Santa Fe Ski Season Santa Fe Ski Basin 505.982.4429
www.skisantafe.com
1-28 Sante Fe Symphony and Chorus complete Schedule of Events Lensic Performing Arts Center 505.983.3530
www.santafesymphony.org
1-28 Theaterwork, New Mexico Theater Company complete Schedule of Events James A. Little Theater, Santa Fe 505.471.1799
www.theaterwork.org
13 Ash Wednesday Holiday
14 Valentine's Day Holiday
18 President's Day Holiday
22-24 ARTfeast - Edible art tour benefiting art programs in Santa Fe public schools Various Venues 505.603.4643
www.artfeast.com
TBD Santa Fe Winter Fiesta Various Santa Fe Venues 505.955.6200
santafe.org/winter_fiesta
March 2016
1-31 Aspen Santa Fe Ballet complete Schedule of Events Lensic Performing Arts Center 505.983.5591
www.aspensantafeballet.com
1-31 El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe complete Schedule of Events El Museo Cultural 505.992.0591
www.elmuseocultural.org
1-31 El Rancho de las Golondrinas complete Schedule of Events El Rancho de las Golindrinas 505.471.2261
www.golondrinas.org
1-31 Lensic Performing Arts Center complete Schedule of Events Lensic Performing Arts Center 505.988.7050
www.lensic.org
1-31 National Preservation Month May is Heritage Preservation Month Join HPD, parks, communities, and organizations statewide in commemorating the National Park Service Centennial, the 50th anniversary of the National Historic Preservation Act, and Mission 66 during Heritage Preservation Month, May 2016. Forty events—our 44th annual awards ceremony May 13, the New Mexico Archaeology Fair in the Organ Mountains May 7, and a month of night sky preservation and stargazing activities at Chaco Canyon are some highlights—will have you exploring New Mexico history in May. www.nmhistoricpreservation.org/
1-31 New Mexico Railrunner complete Schedule of arrivals and departures Various stations 866.795.7245
www.nmrailrunner.com
1-31 Santa Fe Brewing Company complete Schedule of Events Santa Fe Brewing Company 505.424.3333
www.santafebrewing.com
1-31 Santa Fe Convention & Visitors Bureau complete Schedule of Events Various Santa Fe Venues 505.955.6200
www.santafe.org
1-31 Santa Fe Desert Chorale complete Schedule of Events Various Santa Fe Venues 505.988.2282
www.desertchorale.org
1-31 Santa Fe Playhouse complete Schedule of Events Santa Fe Playhouse 505.988.4262
www.santafeplayhouse.org
1-31 Santa Fe Pro Musica complete Schedule of Events Various Santa Fe Venues 505.988.4640
www.santafepromusica.com
1-31 Santa Fe Ski Season Santa Fe Ski Basin 505.982.4429
www.skisantafe.com
1-31 Sante Fe Symphony and Chorus complete Schedule of Events Lensic Performing Arts Center 505.983.3530
www.santafesymphony.org
1-31 Theaterwork, New Mexico Theater Company complete Schedule of Events James A. Little Theater, Santa Fe 505.471.1799
www.theaterwork.org
10 Daylight Saving Time begins
14-17 Bead Fest Santa Fe Santa Fe Community Convention Center www.beadfest.com/
17 St. Patrick's Day Holiday
20 First Day of Spring
8-10 Rio Grande Arts & Crafts Festival presents the 23nd Annual Spring Show EXPO New Mexico Fairgrounds Albuquerque, NM 505.292.7457
www.riograndefestivals.com
Feb 24 - M Santa Fe Restaurant Week Various Santa Fe restaurants santafe.newmexicorestaurantweek.com
TBD Matsuri - Santa Fe Japanese Intercultural Network Festival Santa Fe Community Convention Center www.santafejin.org/
April 2016
1-30 Aspen Santa Fe Ballet complete Schedule of Events Lensic Performing Arts Center 505.983.5591
www.aspensantafeballet.com
1-30 El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe complete Schedule of Events El Museo Cultural 505.992.0591
www.elmuseocultural.org
1-30 El Rancho de las Golondrinas complete Schedule of Events El Rancho de las Golindrinas 505.471.2261
www.golondrinas.org
1-30 Lensic Performing Arts Center complete Schedule of Events Lensic Performing Arts Center 505.988.7050
www.lensic.org
1-30 National Preservation Month May is Heritage Preservation Month Join HPD, parks, communities, and organizations statewide in commemorating the National Park Service Centennial, the 50th anniversary of the National Historic Preservation Act, and Mission 66 during Heritage Preservation Month, May 2016. Forty events—our 44th annual awards ceremony May 13, the New Mexico Archaeology Fair in the Organ Mountains May 7, and a month of night sky preservation and stargazing activities at Chaco Canyon are some highlights—will have you exploring New Mexico history in May. www.nmhistoricpreservation.org/
1-30 New Mexico Railrunner complete Schedule of arrivals and departures Various stations 866.795.7245
www.nmrailrunner.com
1-30 Santa Fe Brewing Company complete Schedule of Events Santa Fe Brewing Company 505.424.3333
www.santafebrewing.com
1-30 Santa Fe Convention & Visitors Bureau complete Schedule of Events Various Santa Fe Venues 505.955.6200
www.santafe.org
1-30 Santa Fe Desert Chorale complete Schedule of Events Various Santa Fe Venues 505.988.2282
www.desertchorale.org
1-30 Santa Fe Playhouse complete Schedule of Events Santa Fe Playhouse 505.988.4262
www.santafeplayhouse.org
1-30 Santa Fe Pro Musica complete Schedule of Events Various Santa Fe Venues 505.988.4640
www.santafepromusica.com
1-30 Santa Fe Ski Season Santa Fe Ski Basin 505.982.4429
www.skisantafe.com
1-30 Sante Fe Symphony and Chorus complete Schedule of Events Lensic Performing Arts Center 505.983.3530
www.santafesymphony.org
1-30 Theaterwork, New Mexico Theater Company complete Schedule of Events James A. Little Theater, Santa Fe 505.471.1799
www.theaterwork.org
19-21 New Mexico Automotive Dealers Association presents the 2011 NM International Auto Show Albuquerque Convention Center 505.768.4575
www.newmexicoautoshow.com
22 Earth Day Holiday
24 Palm Sunday Holiday
25 Passover begins Holiday
29 Good Friday Holiday
31 Easter Holiday
May 2016
1-31 Aspen Santa Fe Ballet complete Schedule of Events Lensic Performing Arts Center 505.983.5591
www.aspensantafeballet.com
1-31 El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe complete Schedule of Events El Museo Cultural 505.992.0591
www.elmuseocultural.org
1-31 El Rancho de las Golondrinas complete Schedule of Events El Rancho de las Golindrinas 505.471.2261
www.golondrinas.org
1-31 Lensic Performing Arts Center complete Schedule of Events Lensic Performing Arts Center 505.988.7050
www.lensic.org
1-31 National Preservation Month May is Heritage Preservation Month Join HPD, parks, communities, and organizations statewide in commemorating the National Park Service Centennial, the 50th anniversary of the National Historic Preservation Act, and Mission 66 during Heritage Preservation Month, May 2016. Forty events—our 44th annual awards ceremony May 13, the New Mexico Archaeology Fair in the Organ Mountains May 7, and a month of night sky preservation and stargazing activities at Chaco Canyon are some highlights—will have you exploring New Mexico history in May. www.nmhistoricpreservation.org/
1-31 New Mexico Railrunner complete Schedule of arrivals and departures Various stations 866.795.7245
www.nmrailrunner.com
1-31 Santa Fe Brewing Company complete Schedule of Events Santa Fe Brewing Company 505.424.3333
www.santafebrewing.com
1-31 Santa Fe Convention & Visitors Bureau complete Schedule of Events Various Santa Fe Venues 505.955.6200
www.santafe.org
1-31 Santa Fe Desert Chorale complete Schedule of Events Various Santa Fe Venues 505.988.2282
www.desertchorale.org
1-31 Santa Fe Playhouse complete Schedule of Events Santa Fe Playhouse 505.988.4262
www.santafeplayhouse.org
1-31 Santa Fe Pro Musica complete Schedule of Events Various Santa Fe Venues 505.988.4640
www.santafepromusica.com
1-31 Santa Fe Ski Season Santa Fe Ski Basin 505.982.4429
www.skisantafe.com
1-31 Sante Fe Symphony and Chorus complete Schedule of Events Lensic Performing Arts Center 505.983.3530
www.santafesymphony.org
1-31 Theaterwork, New Mexico Theater Company complete Schedule of Events James A. Little Theater, Santa Fe 505.471.1799
www.theaterwork.org
12 Mother's Day Holiday
17-19 Annual Eldorado Studio Tour - Showcasing work of artists living within the Eldorado community. El Dorado Elementary, North of Santa Fe, off I-25 www.eldoradoarts.org/
18-19 Santa Fe Century Bike Race 25, 30, 75 and 100 mile bike rides www.santafecentury.com/
25-26 Native Treasures Indian Arts Festival - Shop for beautiful jewelry and other art pieces made by emerging artists from Native American pueblos and tribes. Santa Fe Community Convention Center 505-476-1250
www.nativetreasuressantafe.org
25-29 Albuquerque Wine Festival Balloon Fiesta Park Albuquerque, NM www.abqwinefestival.com/
27 Memorial Day Holiday
5 Cinco de Mayo Holiday
June 2016
1-30 Aspen Santa Fe Ballet complete Schedule of Events Lensic Performing Arts Center 505.983.5591
www.aspensantafeballet.com
1-30 El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe complete Schedule of Events El Museo Cultural 505.992.0591
www.elmuseocultural.org
1-30 El Rancho de las Golondrinas complete Schedule of Events El Rancho de las Golindrinas 505.471.2261
www.golondrinas.org
1-30 Lensic Performing Arts Center complete Schedule of Events Lensic Performing Arts Center 505.988.7050
www.lensic.org
1-30 National Preservation Month May is Heritage Preservation Month Join HPD, parks, communities, and organizations statewide in commemorating the National Park Service Centennial, the 50th anniversary of the National Historic Preservation Act, and Mission 66 during Heritage Preservation Month, May 2016. Forty events—our 44th annual awards ceremony May 13, the New Mexico Archaeology Fair in the Organ Mountains May 7, and a month of night sky preservation and stargazing activities at Chaco Canyon are some highlights—will have you exploring New Mexico history in May. www.nmhistoricpreservation.org/
1-30 New Mexico Railrunner complete Schedule of arrivals and departures Various stations 866.795.7245
www.nmrailrunner.com
1-30 Santa Fe Brewing Company complete Schedule of Events Santa Fe Brewing Company 505.424.3333
www.santafebrewing.com
1-30 Santa Fe Convention & Visitors Bureau complete Schedule of Events Various Santa Fe Venues 505.955.6200
www.santafe.org
1-30 Santa Fe Desert Chorale complete Schedule of Events Various Santa Fe Venues 505.988.2282
www.desertchorale.org
1-30 Santa Fe Playhouse complete Schedule of Events Santa Fe Playhouse 505.988.4262
www.santafeplayhouse.org
1-30 Santa Fe Pro Musica complete Schedule of Events Various Santa Fe Venues 505.988.4640
www.santafepromusica.com
1-30 Santa Fe Ski Season Santa Fe Ski Basin 505.982.4429
www.skisantafe.com
1-30 Sante Fe Symphony and Chorus complete Schedule of Events Lensic Performing Arts Center 505.983.3530
www.santafesymphony.org
1-30 Theaterwork, New Mexico Theater Company complete Schedule of Events James A. Little Theater, Santa Fe 505.471.1799
www.theaterwork.org
12-24 Music on the Hill - A free summer concert series in a family-friendly atmosphere St. John's College www.stjohnscollege.edu/events
14 Flag Day Holiday
15-16 Challenge New Mexico presents 32nd Annual Arts & Crafts Festival Santa Fe Plaza 505-988-7621
www.challengenewmexico.com
16 Father's Day Holiday
20-23 Rodeo! De Santa Fe Santa Fe Rodeo Grounds 505.471.4300
www.rodeodesantafe.org
21 First Day of Summer
6/21 - 8/2 Santa Fe Summer Bandstand FREE music event in Santa Fe Plaza www.santafe.com/bandstand
July 2016
Santa Fe Opera Backstage Tours Come discover the remarkable process on how an opera production comes together. Through our comprehensive, "behind-the-scenes" tour, you can explore many of our production and front-of-house areas. Tours for the 2016 season are offered at 9:00 am, Monday through Friday: May 30, through August 26, 2016. The one-hour tour which starts at the Box Office, is $10 for adults, $8 for seniors and free for children and young adults up to age 22. Comfortable dress and footwear are recommended. Reservations are not required. www.santafeopera.org/communityactivities/communityevents/backstagetours.aspx
Chuckwagon BBQ Dinner Shows Our Saturday night Chuckwagon Supper Shows are a local favorite. Suppers include a traditional barbecue dinner of brisket and chicken, a wildlife presentation, our unique falcon show, and live music, typically western swing. wildlifewest.org/wwblog/2015/12/coming-up/
Community Farm Stand Santa Fe Community Farm 1829 San Ysidro Crossing, Santa Fe, NM, Santa Fe NM Get seasonal, organic, reasonably priced produce and support the farm's mission to grow food for those in need. Located in South Santa Fe, the Farm Stand is a great way to get your organic fruits and vegetables for the week, and visit one of Santa Fe's oldest and last traditional farms. www.facebook.com/Santa-Fe-Community-Farm-181892815243857/
July 4th Pancakes on the Plaza When locals think Fourth of July in Santa Fe, Pancakes On The Plaza comes to mind first. From the deliciousness of the pancakes to the cool cars on display, from the toe-tapping music to the unique art show, Pancakes On The Plaza has something for everyone. Enjoy a delicious breakfast, fun kids contests, silent auctions, arts and crafts shows, live music, vintage and "cool" car shows. It's a full day of fun for the entire family on the historic Plaza! Tickets $7 in advance, $8 July 4th. Tickets can be purchased during the month of June at local banks and credit unions, click above link for locations. The Rotary Clubs of Santa Fe proudly carry on this tradition, donating significant time and volunteer resources to ensure its success. Proceeds from the event are given to not-for-profit organizations that meet Rotary criteria. www.pancakesontheplaza.com/
Santa Fe Farmers’ Market – Southside The 2016 Southside Santa Fe Farmers Market will begin on Tuesday, July 5 from 3 to 6 PM. Located in the parking lot of the Santa Fe Place Mall (across from JCPenney), the Southside Farmers Market will run Tuesdays, July 5 – September 27, 2016 from 3-6pm Committed to connecting local growers with the entire city of Santa Fe, the Santa Fe Farmers' Market recognizes that food insecurity and access to fresh, healthy food is a major concern along the Airport Road corridor and throughout the growing Southside community. The Santa Fe Farmers’ Market Institute implemented the food stamp program at the Santa Fe Farmers’ Market in 2007. This year, in an effort to make market produce more affordable for lower income families, the Institute is expanding our SNAP doubling program by partnering with the New Mexico Farmers Marketing Association and Fair Food Network, bringing you Double Up Food Bucks. The Santa Fe Farmers Market Institute will double SNAP benefits up to $50 each market day. This means that for every $50 of benefits charged, recipients will receive $100 in tokens to be used at the Market. Just take your EBT card to the Market Information Booth to swipe your card and get your tokens! santafefarmersmarket.com/
Santa Fe Opera Presents: La Fanciulla Del West (The Girl of the Golden West) Minnie, the indomitable heroine of La Fanciulla del West, can hold her own with the boys at her saloon. She loves her solitary life in the mountains, but she loves her man more. Yes, you’ve met her before: First imagined by David Belasco, a giant of the American theater, she set the pattern for women characters in scores of Westerns. But on the opera stage, her authenticity will astonish you. Puccini deemed La Fanciulla del West his best opera; critics call it his most “perfectly crafted score.” The harsh realities of the California Gold Rush and its gritty characters have never been more honestly portrayed in drama. Distinguished American soprano Patricia Racette (The Letter, 2009) makes her role debut as Minnie, who will do just about anything to get her man — the outlaw Dick Johnson, portrayed by Gwyn Hughes Jones (La Bohème, 2007). But that leads to a tense, climactic face-off with his competition, the shady sheriff Jack Rance, sung by Mark Delavan (Arabella, 2012). Staged by British Theatre and opera director Richard Jones in his company debut, and co-produced with the English National Opera, this production won the 2015 Olivier Award for Outstanding Achievement in Opera. Emmanuel Villaume (The Grand Duchess of Gerolstein, 2013) conducts. www.santafeopera.org/tickets/production.aspx?performanceNumber=7642
Explore the Stars at Bandelier Join a ranger for an interpretive multimedia program at the campground amphitheater, followed by telescope viewing and a laser guided constellation tour. times vary depending on sunset, but generally dusk to 11:00 PM; Juniper Campground Amphitheater. www.nps.gov/band/planyourvisit/night-sky-programs.htm
August 2016
The Roberts The Roberts, from Washington State, play a dancing mix of R&B, Blues, Rock, and folk music from 6-9 p.m., on 8/20 at Derailed. Derailed is a part of the Sage Inn complex at the corner of Guadalupe and Cerrillos Roads. santafesageinn.com/Derailed/
Blue Grass Jam Derailed serves up the best Blue Grass Jam in Santa Fe each Tuesday. santafesageinn.com/Derailed/
Derailed Blue Grass Jam Derailed serves up the best blue grass in the Santa Fe each week. santafesageinn.com/Derailed/
Edmund Gorman and Two Left Shoes The gig is Thursday, Aug. 25th at Derailed. Derailed is at the Sage Inn in the Railyard District. We love playing there! Show starts at 6:00 pm and there is no cover charge. Come hungry, thirsty and ready to have a great toe tapping time on the patio! Peace! derailedsantafe.com/
Lisa Clark "The MutherFunker" Lisa Clark The Motherfunker is set to hit the stage at Derailed Saturday Aug. 27 2016 and lay down some groovy funk tunes derailedsantafe.com/
95th Annual Santa Fe Indian Market On The Plaza 7:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. The 95th Santa Fe Indian Market transforms the City of Santa Fe, with nearly 900 of the continent’s finest Native American artists exhibiting their artwork in booths filling the Santa Fe Plaza and surrounding streets.
95th Indian Market Stages Music and Dance Performances The Plaza stage and Santa Fe Community Convention Center are the settings for a number of exciting events and programs. Music and performing arts fill the stages for visitors to augment their Indian Market experience
September 2016
Santa Fe Renaissance Fair El Rancho de las Golindrinas 505.471.2261
www.sfrenfair.org
Santa Fe Community College’s Visual Arts Gallery presents The Unfolding of Abstraction An Exhibition Santa Fe Community College’s Visual Arts Gallery presents The Unfolding of Abstraction An Exhibition of Paintings by Melvin Detroit. The opening reception is Thurs., Sept. 1 from 5 to 7 p.m. in the gallery.
Community Farm Stand Sunday, October 4, 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm Get seasonal, organic, reasonably priced produce and support the farm's mission to grow food for those in need. Located in South Santa Fe, the Farm Stand is a great way to get your organic fruits and vegetables for the week, and visit one of Santa Fe's oldest and last traditional farms. Santa Fe Community Farm Stand 505-983-3033
santafecommunityfarm.org/farm-stand/
Nature Playtimes Every Monday (except holidays), toddlers, preschoolers and their caregivers come to PEEC to explore the natural world. Each Playtime features a craft, story, and outside activity. Come and join the fun outside with other local parents! Free – no registration required. Weather Policy: When LAPS has a weather-related delay or cancellation, Nature Playtimes are canceled. Los Alamos Nature Center 2600 Canyon Road, Los Alamos, NM, (505) 662-0460
www.losalamosnature.org/
Flamenco En Vivo Live Flamenco Guitar Music Flamenco guitar music in the gallery every Wednesday afternoon. The Museum of International Folk Art presents Flamenco: From Spain to New Mexico, the most comprehensive exhibition to celebrate and study this living tradition as an art form. The exhibition opened November 22, 2015 and runs through September 10, 2017. More than 150 objects are featured. Among them, items once used by renowned artists Encarnación López y Júlvez “La Argentinita”, José Greco, and Vicente Romero and María Benítez (both from New Mexico). In addition to other stunning loans from private collectors will be those from the museum’s expansive permanent collection. moifa.org/exhibitions/exhibition-details?eventID=2683
Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey at Meow Wolft Meow Wolf Meow Wolf 1352 Rufina Cir , Santa Fe NM 87507 Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey’s 27th release in 22 years 1352 Rufina Cir (505) 395-6369
meowwolf.com/event/jacob-fred-jazz-odyssey/
Fiesta Fine Arts and Crafts Market (Fiesta Weekend) The distinctive open-air arts and crafts market features one-of-a-kind treasures from booths that line the historic plaza Santa Fe Fiesta Craft and Food Booths Historic Santa Fe Plaza
www.santafefiesta.org/schedule-of-events/arts-crafts-food-booths/
October 2016
Meow Wolf’s House of Halloween Thurs - Sun Oct. 22 - 23 and 27 - 30 Meow Wolf’s House of Halloween is happening throughout October with 15 performances presented by 80 artists and performers. This will be the most talked about Halloween experience in New Mexico! House of Halloween performances begin October 7 and run every Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Show runs from 6pm to 9pm – arrive anytime
meowwolf.com/event/meow-wolfs-house-halloween/2016-10-21/
Meow Wolf’s House of Halloween Thurs - Sun Oct. 22 - 23 and 27 - 30 Meow Wolf’s House of Halloween is happening throughout October with 15 performances presented by 80 artists and performers. This site-specific theater experience will activate Meow Wolf’s House of Eternal Return with 3 hours worth of unexpected performance, crazy costumes, new artwork, and a special appearance by “The Family”. House of Halloween performances begin October 7 and run every Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Show runs from 6pm to 9pm – arrive anytime
meowwolf.com/event/meow-wolfs-house-halloween/2016-10-21/
Meow Wolf’s House of Halloween Thurs - Sun Oct. 22 - 23 and 27 - 30 Meow Wolf’s House of Halloween is happening throughout October with 15 performances presented by 80 artists and performers. This site-specific theater experience will activate Meow Wolf’s House of Eternal Return with 3 hours worth of unexpected performance, crazy costumes, new artwork, and a special appearance by “The Family” Meow Wolf’s House of Halloween is happening throughout October with 15 performances presented by 80 artists and performers. This site-specific theater experience will activate Meow Wolf’s House of Eternal Return with 3 hours worth of unexpected performance, crazy costumes, new artwork, and a special appearance by “The Family” House of Halloween performances begin October 7 and run every Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Show runs from 6pm to 9pm – arrive anytime
meowwolf.com/event/meow-wolfs-house-halloween/2016-10-21/
Meow Wolf’s House of Halloween Thurs - Sun Oct. 22 - 23 and 27 - 30 Meow Wolf’s House of Halloween is happening throughout October with 15 performances presented by 80 artists and performers. This site-specific theater experience will activate Meow Wolf’s House of Eternal Return with 3 hours worth of unexpected performance, crazy costumes, new artwork, and a special appearance by “The Family” This will be the most talked about Halloween experience in New Mexico! House of Halloween performances begin October 7 and run every Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Show runs from 6pm to 9pm – arrive anytime
meowwolf.com/event/meow-wolfs-house-halloween/2016-10-27/
Meow Wolf’s House of Halloween Thurs - Sun Oct. 22 - 23 and 27 - 30 Meow Wolf’s House of Halloween is happening throughout October with 15 performances presented by 80 artists and performers. This site-specific theater experience will activate Meow Wolf’s House of Eternal Return with 3 hours worth of unexpected performance, crazy costumes, new artwork, and a special appearance by “The Family” This will be the most talked about Halloween experience in New Mexico! House of Halloween performances begin October 7 and run every Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Show runs from 6pm to 9pm – arrive anytime
meowwolf.com/event/meow-wolfs-house-halloween/2016-10-28/
Meow Wolf’s House of Halloween Thurs - Sun Oct. 22 - 23 and 27 - 30 Meow Wolf’s House of Halloween is happening throughout October with 15 performances presented by 80 artists and performers. This site-specific theater experience will activate Meow Wolf’s House of Eternal Return with 3 hours worth of unexpected performance, crazy costumes, new artwork, and a special appearance by “The Family” This will be the most talked about Halloween experience in New Mexico! Tickets are $35! Space is limited! All ages are welcome! House of Halloween performances begin October 7 and run every Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Show runs from 6pm to 9pm – arrive anytime
meowwolf.com/event/meow-wolfs-house-halloween/2016-10-29/
Meow Wolf’s Dance Monster Halloween Party It’s in the trees, it’s coming: Meow Wolf’s Dance Monster Halloween Party! Get down to Derek Plaslaiko DJ Dirt Girl Max P.F.F.P and Commodore 25 Wild things dancing wildly! Limited $12 early bird tickets on sale. $15 advance tickets. $20 at the door. 21+ Proceeds to benefit the Santa Fe Animal Shelter!
meowwolf.com/event/dance-monster-halloween/
November 2016
SITE Center: Margaret Randall, a reading from Only the Rad/ Solo El Camino: Eight Decades of Cuban Armory for the Arts Theater 1050 Old Pecos Trail, Santa Fe NM 87501 Tickets Please contact Armory for the Arts Theater for ticket information. Tickets Phone | (505) 984-1370 Covering eight decades and featuring the work of over fifty poets born between 1902 and 1981, Only the Road / So?lo el Camino is the most complete bilingual anthology of Cuban poetry available to an English readership. Covering eight decades and featuring the work of over fifty poets born between 1902 and 1981, Only the Road / So?lo el Camino is the most complete bilingual anthology of Cuban poetry available to an English readership It is distinguished by its stylistic breadth and the diversity of its contributors, who come from throughout Cuba and its diaspora and include luminaries, lesser known voices, and several Afro?Cuban and LGTBQ poets. Nearly half of the poets in the collection are women.
Indigenous Comic Con Workshops at the IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts AIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts 108 Cathedral Place, Santa Fe, NM 87501, Santa Fe NM 87501 Tickets Students free | All other tickets are $100 for the day. | Contact Phone | 505.428.5907 LISTEN, PLAY, LEARN! Indigenous Comic Con Master Workshops at MoCNA Thursday, November 17 | 9a.m. - 4:30p.m. IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts 108 Cathedral Place, Santa Fe, NM 87501 Space is limited for this event! The Indigenous Comic Con is the first-ever pop culture convention dedicated to exploring and showcasing Indigenous peoples in the worlds of mass media and popular culture. As part of the Indigenous Comic Con, the IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts (MoCNA) will host a day of master class workshops for students and emerging professionals on Thursday, November 17, in Santa Fe.
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Blanc & Rouge: A Holiday Bottle Shop Santa Fe Farmers Market Hall 199 Paseo De Peralta, Santa Fe, NM · , Santa Fe NM 87501 Tickets ($15 in advance at Gruet Santa Fe or online) | ($15 in advance at Gruet Santa Fe or online) $20 at the door | $20 at the door Contact Phone | 505-660- 2951 Email New Mexico Wine and Grape Growers Association is launching a new series of regional events on November 18 th with a pop-up holiday bottle shop at the Santa Fe Farmers Market Hall. This new event will be called Blanc & Rouge and will feature 10 northern New Mexico wineries and 100 different vintages. The event provides consumers an opportunity to sample red, white and sparkling wines and the incentive of special pricing to stock up for holiday meals, parties and gifts. Blanc & Rouge will take place Friday, November 18 th at the Santa Fe Farmers Market Hall from 4pm to 8pm. Tickets for the event cost $20 at the door ($15 in advance at Gruet Santa Fe or online) which includes a wine glass for sampling and a holiday wine tote bag. Customer can take advantage of discounts from 5% to 25% of wine purchases and enjoy a unique holiday shopping experience. New Mexico Wine: Acequia Winery, Black Mesa Winery, Casa Abril Winery, Gruet Winery, La Chiripada Winery, Las Nueve Ninas Winery, Noisy Water Winery, Sheehan Family Winery, Sombra Antigua Winery and Vivac Winery. There will also be a selection of ciders from New Mexico Hard Cider Co. on tap. Blanc & Rouge also features a selection of local boutiques and artisanal food producers. “We wanted to offer people an alternative to Black Friday shopping mayhem by gathering up some of Santa Fe’s coolest boutiques for a pop up shopping experience. Folks can grab a gift basket and fill it with chocolate, cheese, kitchen wares, natural body products and simultaneously enjoy a glass of wine or bubbly.” Said Christopher Goblet, Executive Director of New Mexico Wine Growers Assoc. Featured boutiques: Cheesemongers, Old Barrel Tea Co., Love and Leche, Cacao Cholocatiers, La Lecheria, Cotton Vines T-shirts and the Mercado at the Santa Fe Farmers Market. More TBA. Tickets are available for purchase online at www.nmwine.com or at the new Gruet tasting room This new event will be called Blanc & Rouge and will feature 10 northern New Mexico wineries and 100 different vintages. The event provides consumers an opportunity to sample red, white and sparkling wines and the incentive of special pricing to stock up for holiday meals, parties and gifts. New Mexico Wine & Grape Growers Association is launching a new series of regional events on November 18 th with a pop-up holiday bottle shop at the Santa Fe Farmers Market Hall
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PIGMENT AND ST. RANGE HOLD FOOD DEPOT CHARITY SHOW AT THE BRIDGE The Bridge at Santa Fe Brewing 35 Fire Place Santa Fe, NM 87508, Santa Fe NM 87508 Tickets $10, or free with a non-perishable food donation of 5 cans or equal value. | $10, or free with a non-perishable food donation of 5 cans or equal value. Contact Santa Fe, NM – October 19, 2016 – Rock bands Pigment and St. Range will play a special charity event to feed the hungry in New Mexico via The Food Depot at The Bridge at Santa Fe Brewing on Saturday, November 19 th . “We wanted to band together to help our neighbors in need this holiday season,” said Ryan Welsh, Pigment’s bandleader and principal songwriter. Entry to the show will be $10, or free with a non-perishable food donation of 5 cans or equal value. The Food Depot will also accept personal care products, diapers, and pet food. Concertgoers can further help the cause by bidding on silent auction items donated by area sponsors. Doors open at 6 p.m. Show starts at 7 p.m. Santa Fe, NM – October 19, 2016 – Rock bands Pigment and St. Range will play a special charity event to feed the hungry in New Mexico via The Food Depot at The Bridge at Santa Fe Brewing on Saturday, November 19 th . “We wanted to band together to help our neighbors in need this holiday season,” said Ryan Welsh, Pigment’s bandleader and principal songwriter. Entry to the show will be $10, or free with a non-perishable food donation of 5 cans or equal value. The Food Depot will also accept personal care products, diapers, and pet food. Concertgoers can further help the cause by bidding on silent auction items donated by area sponsors. Doors open at 6 p.m. Show starts at 7 p.m.
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Taos Center for Arts Presents Film ‘Sound of Redemption - The Frank Morgan Story’ Nov. 19 2916 Taos Center for the Arts screened this award-winning documentary in advance of it's New York Premiere! The film is the story of Frank Morgan's life in and out of drugs and San Quentin… and the music that saved him. "Frank Morgan's incredible saga of creative achievement in love and music, in jazz clubs and in prison, is life-affirming. Unfolding with sensitivity and style, and masterful studio mix, "Sound of Redemption: the Frank Morgan Story" joins the pantheon of the greatest jazz documentaries of all time." – Tom Roche, music journalist, DJ and editor Film Trailer "A brilliant film. A long overdue documentary about a jazz great, Frank Morgan filled with amazing footage of his time and place. ALso, a deeply contemporary look at the criminal justice system and its warehousing of the mentally ill, seriously depressed and often talented individuals, including some jazz greats. This film should be shown in schools, rehab programs, medical schools and prisons." – Barbara Kolsun, Attorney at Law Taos Center for the Arts screened this award-winning documentary in advance of it's New York Premiere! The film is the story of Frank Morgan's life in and out of drugs and San Quentin… and the music that saved him. Taos Center for Arts 133 Paseo Del Pueblo Norte, Taos NM 87571
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Frank Morgan Taos Jazz Festival Grace Kelly Quartet at Taos Brewing Company 7 PM Sat. Nov. 19 Taos Mesa Brewing 20 ABC Mesa Rd, El Prado NM 87529 Grace Kelly, rising star alto saxophonist and singer, wowed Taos audiences last year, so we are thrilled to have her back again! When she was barely a teenager, Grace was discovered almost simultaneously by saxophone greats Lee Konitz, Phil Woods and Frank Morgan. She recorded with all three of them before the age of 18! But it was Frank Morgan who she called "grandpa." Now, at the ripe old age of 24, she has just won the 2016–64th Annual Downbeat Critics Poll (as a rising star in the alto sax category). That makes it the eighth time she has been named to the poll. Interspersed with concert touring, she is currently a regular with Jon Batiste's Stay Human, house band on the "Late Show with Steven Colbert." Her musical journey has taken her from bebop to pop to blues to rock and back. Her latest release, "Trying to Figure it Out", features her composition "Blues for Harry Bosch", written for the original Amazon Prime series, Bosch, created by the well-known mystery writer, Michael Connelly. Grace Kelly, rising star alto saxophonist and singer, wowed Taos audiences last year, so we are thrilled to have her back again! When she was barely a teenager, Grace was discovered almost simultaneously by saxophone greats Lee Konitz, Phil Woods and Frank Morgan. She recorded with all three of them before the age of 18! But it was Frank Morgan who she called "grandpa." Now, at the ripe old age of 24, she has just won the 2016–64th Annual Downbeat Critics Poll (as a rising star in the alto sax category). That makes it the eighth time she has been named to the poll. Interspersed with concert touring, she is currently a regular with Jon Batiste's Stay Human, house band on the "Late Show with Steven Colbert."
www.taosjazz.org/
1-30 Aspen Santa Fe Ballet complete Schedule of Events Lensic Performing Arts Center 505.983.5591
www.aspensantafeballet.com
1-30 El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe complete Schedule of Events El Museo Cultural 505.992.0591
www.elmuseocultural.org
1-30 El Rancho de las Golondrinas complete Schedule of Events El Rancho de las Golindrinas 505.471.2261
www.golondrinas.org
1-30 Lensic Performing Arts Center complete Schedule of Events Lensic Performing Arts Center 505.988.7050
www.lensic.org
1-30 National Preservation Month May is Heritage Preservation Month Join HPD, parks, communities, and organizations statewide in commemorating the National Park Service Centennial, the 50th anniversary of the National Historic Preservation Act, and Mission 66 during Heritage Preservation Month, May 2016. Forty events—our 44th annual awards ceremony May 13, the New Mexico Archaeology Fair in the Organ Mountains May 7, and a month of night sky preservation and stargazing activities at Chaco Canyon are some highlights—will have you exploring New Mexico history in May. www.nmhistoricpreservation.org/
1-30 New Mexico Railrunner complete Schedule of arrivals and departures Various stations 866.795.7245
www.nmrailrunner.com
1-30 Santa Fe Brewing Company complete Schedule of Events Santa Fe Brewing Company 505.424.3333
www.santafebrewing.com
1-30 Santa Fe Convention & Visitors Bureau complete Schedule of Events Various Santa Fe Venues 505.955.6200
www.santafe.org
1-30 Santa Fe Desert Chorale complete Schedule of Events Various Santa Fe Venues 505.988.2282
www.desertchorale.org
1-30 Santa Fe Playhouse complete Schedule of Events Santa Fe Playhouse 505.988.4262
www.santafeplayhouse.org
1-30 Santa Fe Pro Musica complete Schedule of Events Various Santa Fe Venues 505.988.4640
www.santafepromusica.com
1-30 Santa Fe Ski Season Santa Fe Ski Basin 505.982.4429
www.skisantafe.com
1-30 Sante Fe Symphony and Chorus complete Schedule of Events Lensic Performing Arts Center 505.983.3530
www.santafesymphony.org
1-30 Theaterwork, New Mexico Theater Company complete Schedule of Events James A. Little Theater, Santa Fe 505.471.1799
www.theaterwork.org
11 Veterans' Day Holiday NA
December 2016
1-31 Holiday Train Rides on the Santa Fe Southern Railway Various holiday themes and times 505.989.8600
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1-31 Aspen Santa Fe Ballet complete Schedule of Events Lensic Performing Arts Center 505.983.5591
www.aspensantafeballet.com
1-31 El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe complete Schedule of Events El Museo Cultural 505.992.0591
www.elmuseocultural.org
1-31 El Rancho de las Golondrinas complete Schedule of Events El Rancho de las Golindrinas 505.471.2261
www.golondrinas.org
1-31 Lensic Performing Arts Center complete Schedule of Events Lensic Performing Arts Center 505.988.7050
www.lensic.org
1-31 National Preservation Month May is Heritage Preservation Month Join HPD, parks, communities, and organizations statewide in commemorating the National Park Service Centennial, the 50th anniversary of the National Historic Preservation Act, and Mission 66 during Heritage Preservation Month, May 2016. Forty events—our 44th annual awards ceremony May 13, the New Mexico Archaeology Fair in the Organ Mountains May 7, and a month of night sky preservation and stargazing activities at Chaco Canyon are some highlights—will have you exploring New Mexico history in May. www.nmhistoricpreservation.org/
1-31 New Mexico Railrunner complete Schedule of arrivals and departures Various stations 866.795.7245
www.nmrailrunner.com
1-31 Santa Fe Brewing Company complete Schedule of Events Santa Fe Brewing Company 505.424.3333
www.santafebrewing.com
1-31 Santa Fe Convention & Visitors Bureau complete Schedule of Events Various Santa Fe Venues 505.955.6200
www.santafe.org
1-31 Santa Fe Desert Chorale complete Schedule of Events Various Santa Fe Venues 505.988.2282
www.desertchorale.org
1-31 Santa Fe Playhouse complete Schedule of Events Santa Fe Playhouse 505.988.4262
www.santafeplayhouse.org
1-31 Santa Fe Pro Musica complete Schedule of Events Various Santa Fe Venues 505.988.4640
www.santafepromusica.com
1-31 Santa Fe Ski Season Santa Fe Ski Basin 505.982.4429
www.skisantafe.com
1-31 Sante Fe Symphony and Chorus complete Schedule of Events Lensic Performing Arts Center 505.983.3530
www.santafesymphony.org
1-31 Theaterwork, New Mexico Theater Company complete Schedule of Events James A. Little Theater, Santa Fe 505.471.1799
www.theaterwork.org
24 Canyon Road Farolito Walk Dusk, Historic Canyon Road, Santa Fe www.santafe.org
24 Christmas Eve Holiday NA
25 Christmas Day Holiday NA
31 New Year's Eve Holiday NA
Nov 29 -De Winter Spanish Market - featuring handcrafted traditional arts by 250 local Hispanic artists. Hotel Albuquerque at Old Town 505.982.2226
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TBD Las Posadas - a traditional outdoor play of the manger scene in Bethlehem Santa Fe Plaza 505.988.6200
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