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Weekend Picks: Hecho en Santa Fe

April 21, 2017, 12:00 am

This week's cover story delves into things made locally, and this weekend's picks feature some of the best things made here: art and music and good times and stuff. Be proud, spend money, go crazy—and you can say you did it all for the economic well-being of the town. You might even say you're an American hero.

Anastasio Wrobel: Coloring Book Party & Talk

This political and visual artist presents a coloring book for everyone: The Non-Binary Coloring Book. Color alongside the artist and enjoy snacks in the Fogelson Library.

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Cryin' Out Loud Opening Reception

Food, drinks and special performances celebrate the opening of this exhibit examining the role of women and femmes' voices about politics, activism, and emotion expressed through art. Through July 9.

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Treemotel, Smokin' Ziggurats and Luke Carr

American style rock and roll by three different, dynamic bands.

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March For Science

This march champions science as a pillar for the advancement of human knowledge, progress and prosperity. To stand in support of science is not a partisan act but rather an acknowledgement that our understanding of the world becomes deeper, stronger, and more useful when we scientifically test our hypotheses about the world.

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Pigment's Earth Day Celebration

Get with Santa Fe's original jam rock band to celebrate Earth Day.

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Francis Menotti: A Night of Magic

Menotti is not your conventional magician, which explains his rise in securing premier national appearances on Penn & Teller: Fool Us, the prestigious Halloween week engagement at Hollywood’s Magic Castle, the Penn & Teller Theater in Las Vegas and the last two Presidential inaugurations. In fact, Teller remarked that Menotti’s unique style and approach to audiences is “the future of magic.”

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Journeysantafe: Pat Hodapp

Tell the library director what you want from your libraries at this day celebrating Santa Fe's successes and planning for the future.

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The Santa Fe Symphony: Chabrier, Haydn & Schumann

Guest conductor Robert Tweten leads the orchestra in a program of springtime favorites.

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NM Women in Film's Film Fiesta!

Badass women showcase their creativity, vision and artistry of their film work. Film Fiesta also happening in Las Vegas, Albuquerque and Las Cruces.

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