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June 24, 2016, 12:00 am

67th Annual Rodeo de Santa Fe

Mutton bustin', roping and all kinds of riding and Wild Western events. Concessions and a carnival midway offer fun for everyone. Yee-haw!

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Nina Tichava: Ever Since Happiness Heard Your Name

Dark layers and lots of abstraction are this artist's technical game. She stresses the relationship between material and method and was influenced by her construction-working father.

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Community Cluck

Join Joe West, Joey Wilson and Laurianne Fiorentino at this fundraising event for the legal fees of the infamous Eldorado 9—that awesome group who fought to make chicken ownership legal within the Santa Fe subdivison. Bring your best dish with you, because its potluck style. Cash bar and the Chickendales provide extra entertainment.

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Santa Fe Pride Parade

See the train of celebration and pride, sure to feature sparkle and fun. Starts at the State Capitol and ends on the Plaza, with a party to follow. Support your community and show your love. Make sure to keep an eye out for all the other Pride activities this weekend.

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Summer Trains Show

Santa Fe Model Railroad Club shows off the best of their models at this annual event. Kids will love this.

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Vanilla Pop

Wacky mash-ups and music from the wacky, '80s-lovin' pair. Like dancing? You'll like this.

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Volunteer River Cleanup

Lend a hand to keep our rivers clean and beautiful. Please bring gloves, waterproof shoes and water bottles, and prepare for the feeling of self-satisfaction that comes afterwards.

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The Last Five Years

Catch a matinee performance of this musical love story that spans half a decade and is told from beginning to end by one lover and end to beginning by the other. That's a visual palindrome, which is pretty excellent.

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A case of a band being greater than its individual members, where they produce a melancholic, haunting sound which has become their own kind of Americana.

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