With 42 cases of COVID-19 now in New Mexico and the city discouraging gatherings of more than 10 people, calendars are shifting.
Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham announced on Wednesday, March 18 that all shopping centers, spas, movie theaters, casinos (tribal operations excepted), flea markets and fitness centers must close. Offices are asked to immediately limit their operations to the fullest extent possible, with workers being asked to work from home.
Restaurants and bars may continue carry-out and delivery service, but dine-in is prohibited. Some restaurants are closing temporarily altogether. We've got a list of the special accommodations restaurants are making here.
SFR will update this list as information becomes available.
Updated 12:47 pm Friday, March 19
Academy for the Love of Learning
Events have been canceled through April 8.
Activist Kids and Gender Creative Playgroup
The monthly Gender Creative Playgroup for Sunday, April 5 is canceled.
Alas de Agua Art Collective
The Southside art collective is moving upcoming workshops to an online format and encouraging folks to explore and buy artists' work online. Information will also be available on their Facebook page.
Promoter Jamie Lenfestey tells SFR the AMP Concerts will suspend events through March with subsequent months' events remaining to-be-determined.
The June 16 event to appraise antiques for the TV show on Museum Hill has been postponed.
Archdiocese of Santa Fe
The local organization of the Roman Catholic church has closed all churches and schools, and has asked its parishes to suspend public celebrations of Mass.
Thoma Foundation Art House
The gallery on Delgado Street has suspended public hours until further notice.
BANFF Mountain Film Festival
The event at the Lensic on March 16 and 17 to benefit Santa Fe Conservation Trust has been cancelled and will be rescheduled.
Big Brothers Big Sisters
The mentor mixer scheduled for Friday, March 20 has been postponed.
Blue Rain Gallery
The gallery is temporarily closed to the public, with viewings available by appointment only.
2020 Business Expo and Job Fair
Scheduled for Thursday, April 2, at the Santa Fe Community Convention Center, the free business and job fair has been canceled.
Center for Contemporary Arts
The Center and the Screen are closed for at least three weeks.
City of Santa Fe
Closures are set to be in effect through through April 5, 2020.
The city's four senior meal sites will be closed effective Friday, March 13, 2020 for all congregate meals and city-sponsored activities. To coordinate service through Meals-on-Wheels, call 505-955-4700. Transportation services will be limited to seniors with medical conditions, effective immediately.
City-sponsored community events and camps are cancelled
City-sponsored events and camps including, but not limited to: Spring Break Camps at the Genoveva Chavez Community Center (GCCC) and the Monica Roybal Center, the City after school program, Easter Egg Hunt, all City league sponsored tournaments (volleyball, basketball tournament, etc.).
Recreation Centers and City Libraries will close beginning Monday, March 16 through at least April 5. All classes and activities are canceled.
City meetings, advisory board meetings and subcommittees are canceled through April 5 with the exception of the Governing Body, Finance Committee, Public Works and Public Utilities. The latter group of meetings will be held; special arrangements are in development to provide video or phone conferencing alternatives for participation. Land Use-related meetings are now included on the cancellation list; previously they were not. These meetings include, but are not limited to, Planning Commission, Historic Districts Review Board, Early Neighborhood Notification (ENN) meetings and the Archaeological Review Committee.
Charlotte Jackson Fine Art
The Railyard gallery is closed to the public until further notice.
The gallery has suspended regular hours, but is open by appointment.
The Church of the Holy Faith
The Episcopalian church will continue worship services, but all other gatherings are canceled.
Collected Works Bookstore and Coffeeshop
The store is closed for regular business hours, but staff are still accepting telephone orders for curbside pickup. Book lectures are being held virtually online.
Concerts at the Kitchen Sink
Local studio and sometimes venue, Kitchen Sink Studios, posted on Facebook that its upcoming schedule of concerts is canceled. Some acts may return in the future.
"After much deliberation, and consultation with the NM Dept. of Health, we've decided to suspend our in-studio concerts, until such a time as this virus thing runs its course, which it will," the post read.
Owner Jono Manson has been in the midst of a two-week self-quarantine following travel to Italy. Manson has shown no symptoms of Covid-19 and has complied with the Department of Health.
The restaurant is closed to dine-in customers through April 6, with music canceled through April 15.
El Farol has suspended late night live music, but the Flamenco Dinner Show and early evening performances by Mario Febres and Pat Malone and Jon Gagan continue as scheduled.
The downtown gallery has suspended regular hours but is still open for private appointments.
First Presbyterian Church
The church has suspended all services and activities until further notice.
form & concept
The gallery is temporarily closed until further notice.
Gathering of Nations
The largest Native pow wow in the country has been postponed until further notice.
The gallery on Canyon Road has suspended regular hours and is open by appointment only.
Georgia O'Keeffe Museum
The museum and all sites, including the Ghost Ranch in Abiquiu, are closed until further notice.
Gerald Peters Contemporary
The gallery is temporarily closed to the public, but viewings are available by appointment.
The DIY venue says all shows for the next month are canceled and that that it will attempt to reschedule ASAP.
Historic Santa Fe Foundation Salon El Zaguán
The March 19 lecture, Pastures Possessed: The Cattle Mutilation Conspiracy
with Nancy Owen Lewis has been postponed to an unknown date.
The Albuquerque-based events ticketing company announced it is working with promoters throughout the state in regards to potential mass gatherings. Ticket holders and buyers are encouraged to email firstname.lastname@example.org to check the status of events.
Indivisible Santa Fe
The Monday and Tuesday night meetings have been canceled until April 6.
Jean Cocteau Cinema
The theater is closed until further notice, with all upcoming events canceled until April 6.
Journey Santa Fe
The ongoing speaker series at Collected Works Bookstore and Coffeehouse announced it will suspend all programming and shift to a podcast format as soon as possible.
Juan Siddi Arte Flamenco at Vanessie
The flamenco performance scheduled for Wednesday, March 25 is canceled.
The March 20 opening for Lydia Hesse's exhibit From The Black has been postponed.
Labyrinth Resource Group
The March 22 labyrinth walk has been canceled.
The restaurant located in Lamy, New Mexico just outside Santa Fe will close until the state of emergency is lifted.
La Reina at El Rey
The bar at El Rey Inn on Cerrillos Road is closed until further notice.
La Tierra Toastmasters
The club for improving your public speaking skills is switching to online meetings via Zoom.
Lensic Performing Arts Center
All events at the Lensic have been canceled or postponed through April 9. Updates and options for refunds will be posted online as they become available.
The openings scheduled for Friday, March 27 have been canceled, but the gallery is maintaining regular hours and will be open until 7 pm that day.
Meant to salute volunteers citywide, the annual Mayor's Ball scheduled for Saturday, March 21 at the Santa Fe Community Convention Center has been canceled.
The arts and marketing juggernaut announced it will close its main installation through March 31 with concerts at its Santa Fe location canceled through April 15. In a release sent to SFR, Meow Wolf says it will offer ticket exchanges for a full year to help alleviate stress for out-of-state or out-of-city visitors. A refund is also possible. Email email@example.com to begin that process.
Mine Shaft Tavern
Live music at the historic Madrid restaurant and bar has been canceled until April 9.
The restaurant and boutique is temporarily closed.
Monday Night Swing
The weekly swing dance group and class is canceled until further notice.
natasha Santa Fe
The grand opening of Natasha Nargis' new space in the Lena District has been postponed.
NDI New Mexico
The National Dance Institute's Santa Fe location has canceled all performances and classes through April 4.
Nedra Matteucci Galleries
Beginning Wednesday, March 18, the gallery will be open by appointment only.
New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs: All Divisions
All state museums and cultural institutions are closed.
New Mexico Rail Runner Express
Beginning Monday, March 16, the New Mexico Rail Runner Express commuter train will suspend service for the entire route from Los Lunas to Santa Fe through April 3. Rio Metro bus service is operating as usual.
New Mexico State Parks
All parks are closed through April 9.
Ohkay Owingeh Casino
The casino will be closed through at least April 1, with the Double O nightclub closed until at least April 6.
Plaza Cafe Southside
The southern spawn of the popular, longtime restaurant is closed until further notice.
Poeh Cultural Center
All current programming, including the Pojoaque Farmers Market, Butterfly Market and the Native Artists Showcase are postponed. The museum is closed until further notice.
Pueblo of Pojoaque
The Pueblo of Pojoaque announced Sunday, March 15, it will cease gambling operations at all three of its casinos for 14 days beginning at 4am Monday, March 16. Workers at Buffalo Thunder Resort Casino, Cities of Gold Casino and Jake's Casino will be paid during the two week closure and all of the social service programs as well as all other businesses operated by the Pueblo of Pojoaque will remain open. The three hotels on the Pueblo, The Hilton at Buffalo Thunder, Homewood Suites and Cities of Gold Hotel will all remain open.
El Rancho de las Golondrinas Lecture and Volunteer Training
The March 31 lecture with New Mexico state historian Rob Martinez has been canceled. Golondrinas' director of development Jackie Camborde also tells SFR that Saturday volunteer training sessions have been canceled for the next four Saturdays.
The nationwide outdoor recreation retailer is closing all stores, including the Santa Fe location, through March 27.
The nationwide theater chain which operates locations at Santa Fe Place mall and across the street on Cerrillos are closed until further notice.
The weekly lectures through April 2 have been canceled, along with all classes and tours through the end of their semester, April 9.
The local skating rink is closed through the end of the month.
Santa Fe Art Institute
All upcoming large events have been canceled.
Santa Fe Botanical Gardens
The gardens remain open for now, but the March 19 Food for Thought at Restaurant Martin is postponed, the Easter Egg Hunt scheduled for April 12 is canceled, the 2020 art exhibition has been postponed until 2022 and Shakespeare in the Garden is postponed indefinitely.
Santa Fe Children's Museum
The museum is closed until further notice.
Santa Fe Climbing Center
The climbing gym is closed until at least April 1.
Santa Fe Community College and Santa Fe Higher Education Center
SFCC and HEC announced Saturday that "there is no access to campus." Kids Campus, and the Higher Education Center are closed for spring break through Sunday, March 22. Both campuses will be closed Monday, March 23, through Sunday, April 5. All events are canceled.
After spring break, beginning March 23: All online classes will continue as scheduled; Some classes and student services will resume remotely; Faculty and staff will be available for students; Students should contact their instructors.
Senior Centers: All Santa Fe County senior centers are closed until further notice. The Santa Fe County Community Services Department will continue delivering meals and providing transportation to those with serious medical conditions.
Jails: The Santa Fe County Department of Public Safety has discontinued visitation for residents at the jail facility. All incoming inmates are being screened for all infectious disease.
Community Centers: All activities at Santa Fe County owned or operated community centers will be postponed until further notice. Affected community centers include the following: Nancy Rodriguez, El Rancho, Cundiyo, the Max Coll Corridor Community Center in Eldorado, Rio En Medio, La Cienega, Nambe Community Center, and the Bennie J. Chavez Community Center in Chimayo.
Teen Court: In conjunction with the New Mexico Public Education Department, Santa Fe County will suspend its Teen Court Program for the following three weeks through April 6, 2020.
Santa Fe Democratic Party Events
All the party's large group events have been cancelled, including the March 18 CD-3 Candidate's Forum.
Santa Fe Harmonizers
Rehearsals for the barbershop choir group usually held at Zia Methodist Church are canceled until March 30, with hopes for the normal schedule to resume April 6.
Santa Fe Improv
The local school for improvisational acting has suspended classes through March 28.
Santa Fe Indian School
The school is closed through April 19 with classes resuming Monday, April 20. Clara Natanobah, director of the SFIS celebration of the arts, tells SFR the event itself, scheduled for March 26, has been canceled, but that plans are in the works to do something with students who passed the auditions process already.
Santa Fe Institute Lectures
SFI announced it will cancel its programming until at least mid-May including those with Arizona State University's Sara Walker and Harvard's Barbara Grosz.
Santa Fe Music Collective
The SFMC has canceled all concerts through the beginning of May.
Santa Fe Public Schools
In accordance with guidance from the state Public Education Department, all Santa Fe Public Schools will be closed until April 6.
Santa Fe Public Library
All library programs, classes, events, outreach activities and meeting room bookings are currently canceled until further notice. Starting Monday, March 16, all libraries will be closed until at least April 5.
Santa Fe Pro Musica
All remaining concerts for the season have been canceled or postponed.
Santa Fe Reporter
Our offices will be closed Wednesday-Monday, with staff only in the office on Tuesdays. We will continue publishing daily web updates and our weekly print edition. A list of phone numbers is posted on our door; please call if you need anything.
School for Advanced Research
A March 18 seminar and March 25 lecture have been canceled, with programs on April 2 and 22 being postponed. Two lectures on March 26 and April 9 will be livestreamed online.
Second Street Brewery
All music events are postponed for the next month at all locations.
SITE Santa Fe
The museum is temporarily closed until further notice. All upcoming public programming has been canceled through April.
Ski Santa Fe
The ski area announced on March 15 it would close for the rest of the season. The Mountain Express bus operated by the North Central Regional Transit District has also ended for the season.
25th Annual Statewide Advocacy in Action Conference
The annual conference of sexual assault service providers has been canceled. The Advocacy in Action organization wishes to remind attendees and the general public that "With people spending more time indoors, and under stress, we should be prepared for a possible rise in domestic violence; not everyone is safe 'working from home.'"
The lecture series usually held at the Hotel Santa Fe has canceled upcoming events through April 6.
St. Bede's Episcopal Church
The church is continuing to offer services, but has suspended all singing, book clubs, Sunday school, Adult Forum, Bible Studies, yoga, prayer shawl group and after-worship socializing until further notice.
St. John's College
All college events through March 31 are canceled or postponed. Students are being asked to prepare to not return after spring break for the remainder of the semester.
St. John's United Methodist Church
Sunday worship and Sunday school are suspended through March 29.
Strangers Collective No Land Gallery
The opening for Erin Louise Gould's exhibit All That I Have, originally scheduled for Friday, March 21, has been postponed indefinitely. The gallery will switch to appointment-only hours beginning that same day.
The gallery is open by appointment only.
All events for March and April have been canceled.
The casino is closed and entertainment has been canceled until further notice.
TGIF at First Presbyterian Church
Concerts are suspended until First Presbyterian resumes services and programming.
The spring production of The Other has been postponed indefinitely.
Tumbleroot Brewery & Distillery
The concert venue, restaurant and brewery says it will stop doing concerts until the Health Department lifts the ban on mass gatherings.
Unitarian Universalist Santa Fe
The church is closed for public gatherings through the end of March.
The Santa Fe location is temporarily closed.
Violet Crown Cinema
The movie theater is closed to patrons until further notice.
Wayward Wednesdays at Chili Line Brewery
The weekly comedy show and open mic has been canceled until further notice.
The Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian
All events at the Wheelwright have been postponed through April; new dates for events will be posted online as they become available.
Winterowd Fine Art
The opening reception for Tom Kirby's Illumination has been canceled; however, the artist is offering private tours of the exhibit through April 8.
The gallery's grand opening scheduled for Friday, March 20 has been postponed.
Vista Grande Public Library
The library will be closed until at least April 6, with all programming, classes and events canceled.
All classes, workshops, series and events are cancelled through the end of March at which time the studio will reassess.
Zane Bennett Gallery
The gallery is temporarily closed until further notice.