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Weekend Picks: 3 ... 2 ... 1 ... Blast off!

March 3, 2017, 12:00 pm

You've been patient and trudged through the work week, and your time has come. Leave the emails and memos and faxes (that's still a thing, right?) for future you—it's that jerk's problem—and dig into all the sleeping in, junk food and event attendance you can muster. Also, there's skiing.

New Mexico Tapestry

Painter Peggy Immal and sculptor Michael Tatom debut a line of their solo work fueled by nature's beauty.

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Lungs and Limbs, Survival Guide and Full Speed Veronica

An evening of pop acts from around the country—Lungs and Limbs are a San Francisco-based indie/pop group, Survival Guide is the solo endeavor of former punk band Tsunami Bomb-member Emily Whitehurst and Full Speed Veronica brings the local rock.

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Ski Santa Fe Customer Appreciation Day

March is in like a lion and out like a lamb, amirite? Make use of the lion and head up to the ski basin for $25 lift tickets and discounts on just about everything else. Even if you don't want to ski today, you can score discounts on passes you can use in the future.

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Let's Dance

Explore movement, get a workout and blow off some steam at this monthly dance party that invites weird and find expression while vibing and jiving to electronica tunes by Feathericci.

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Jimmy Webb: The Glen Campbell Years

Webb plays piano and shares anecdotes—along with photos, videos and audio clips—to give a moving, often humorous account of his friendship and artistic collaborations with Campbell.

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Cody Canada and The Departed

Catch some red-dirt dustbowl country rock at the Bridge.

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Round Mountain and Emily Branden: Live Music and Vinyasa

This all-levels vinyasa class taught by Branden gets a live soundtrack this Sunday as local brother duo Round Mountain takes to the stage with their folky originals while the class gets their yoga on.

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In a story of love, loss and friendship, three Hispanic women navigate life after their friend's recent breakup in this comedy written by Tanya Saracho.

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A Taste of Greenhouse Grocery

Santa Fe's newest community food co-op hosts this pop-up event with organic and natural groceries for sale, a talk by Deborah Madison, a James Beard Award-winning chef and live music by Michael Kott and Joey Wilson.

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