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This Weekend

!Que Viva!

September 9, 2016, 11:30 am

Maura Allen and Jenny Gummersall

Allen presents her newest paintings that depict the American West in cinematic detail and Gummerall shows photographs of Southwest icons. Through Sept. 30.

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Rubi Ate The Fig

Listen to an intoxicating fusion of rock and Middle Eastern music in the beautiful setting of the Alhambra Theater.

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Roderick Demmings Jr.

Enjoy your Friday evening with a half-hour of classical music played on an organ. Hear Bach, Price, Locklair and more from the master musician who made his Carnegie Hall debut in 2006.

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JoyceGroup Santa Fe

Join other James Joyce-lovers to read and discuss his master works in the weekly morning group. In Winiarsku seminar room, #201 and led by Adam Harvey, local Joyce-enthusiast.

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Carol Mother: Aloft

This artist considers herself and iconographer and presents small images of usually singular subject to hone in on the inherent loneliness of a thing. Through Sept. 25.

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Turquoise Trail Saving The Arts Music Festival

Help the elementary school save its art programs by attending this day of live music and fun. See performances by The Pleasure Piolets, Sol Fire, Joe West and others and enjoy local brews.

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Santa Fe Bandstand: Fiestas

It's Santa Fe-party time! Enjoy live music, dance performances and food booths with traditional local dishes that we wish we could eat every single day. ¡Que viva!

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Desfile de la Gente: Historical/ Hysterical Parade

Enjoy the parade of dressed up people and vehicles as they throw candy and beads at you. It's Fiestas, so screaming is encouraged.

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Regina Press: Stories from 9/11

Ress, who witnessed the attacks on 9/11, and is a life-long storyteller tells stories from her own, and others' perspectives from the tragic day..

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