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Speaking of storming the beaches...

August 4, 2017, 12:00 pm

It's time to storm the town—y'know, for all the stuff-doing there is to accomplish. Festivals, museums, galleries, concerts, origami and so much more are right at your fingertips, and SFR is here to point you in the direction of said things. We've only really got a few good months left before the winter doldrums come to ruin our lives (unless you like skiing). Get on it.

Nico Salazar: Rainforest Cyber Chat

See rainforest creatures and space lasers as imagined by Salazar, a local force in modern art and fashion who you may recall as the illustrator behind this year's SFR Best of Santa Fe cover.

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Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival: New Music with Flux

Enjoy new music, including two world premieres, with the Flux Quartet and pianist Stephen Gosling.

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Storming the Beach with Logos in Hand: Bailiwick, Refused Album Release

Celebrate the release of this local band's second full-length album and listen to opening performances by African musician Soriba Fofona and banjo player Sam Armstrong-Zickefoose.

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Origami for Beginners

In this fun and interactive workshop, you will learn how to read origami patterns and symbols.

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HIPICO Santa Fe: Dachshund Races

See wiener dogs run as fast as their little legs can carry them. There's a $10 suggested donation, and the proceeds benefit The New Mexico Center for Therapeutic Riding.

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Treemotel, The Washboard Abs and 100 Watt Horse

Nerd-rock from Treemotel, hi-fi indie by The Washboard Abs, and a garage pop performance from 100 Watt Horse.

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Sunday Fun Day for Families

Enjoy a scavenger hunt with prizes, fun interactive drawing activities designed for all ages while exploring the Museum’s summer exhibitions. Art materials provided by museum.

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Joe West

Americana and country originals from the recent Best of Santa Fe winner.

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Lone Piñon

Hear the local acoustic trio jam their Norteño roots and traditionally inspired tunes at the closing celebration for the two-person exhibit, Ruminations & Remnants, featuring works by Kat Kinnick and Zahra Marwan.

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