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St. Francis Auditorium

107 W Palace Ave.
Santa Fe, NM
505-982-1890 |
Neighborhood: Arroyo Chamiso Corridor

 

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Wednesday, Jan 28, 2015

Caves, Cribs and Cathouses: How Frontier Prostitution Helped Build the West

Laura Gonzales gives a talk as part of El Rancho de las Golondrinas' Winter Lecture Series on this often overlooked historical topic.
6 pm | free

St. Francis Auditorium

107 W Palace Ave.
Santa Fe
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Sunday, Feb 01, 2015

Schubert: Unfinished Symphony, Unfinished Life

The Santa Fe Community Orchestra performs Schubert's most famous symphony was left unfinished after he died young, preceded by a lecture about the prolific composer.
2:30 pm | no cover

St. Francis Auditorium

107 W Palace Ave.
Santa Fe
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Sunday, Feb 08, 2015

Szymanowski String Quartet

This joyful quartet brings an afternoon program featuring works of Mozart, Hayden, Dvořák and Szymanowski. For tickets and more info, call or visit santafepromusica.com
3 pm | $20-$65

St. Francis Auditorium

107 W Palace Ave.
Santa Fe
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Friday, Feb 20, 2015

Billy Jack

MoCNA and the New Mexico Museum of Art present a screening of this provocative, anti-establishment film.
6 pm | $5

St. Francis Auditorium

107 W Palace Ave.
Santa Fe
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Wednesday, Feb 25, 2015

With Faith and Zeal: The Franciscans in Early New Mexico

Monsignor Jerome Martinez y Alire speaks on this topic as part of El Rancho de las Golondrias' 2015 Winter Lecture Series.
6 pm | free

St. Francis Auditorium

107 W Palace Ave.
Santa Fe
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