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Events for the next few weeks

By David Moore | November 16, 2023

Nightsky Calendar
Take a tour of the night sky Dec. 1 at the PEEC planetarium in Los Alamos.

Nov. 18: Screen-printing demonstration and discussion
Artist Jamison Chās Banks (Seneca Cayuga Nation of Oklahoma) leads a free screen-printing demonstration at the IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts (MoCNA) in Santa Fe. He will discuss the process of screen-printing, his work, and its relationship to the work of Jean LaMarr (Susanville Indian Rancheria), which is on exhibit at the museum. 
Nov. 23: Atalaya Elementary Turkey Trot
Work up an appetite for the big meal while supporting Atalaya Elementary by signing up for this Thanksgiving Day 5K run in Santa Fe, now in its 17th year.  
Nov. 25-26: Pathways winter market
Organized by the Poeh Cultural Center and held at Buffalo Thunder Resort and Casino in Santa Fe, this market showcases the art, crafts and traditions of Indigenous communities featuring over 200 vendors, live music and Pueblo dancers.
Dec. 1: Night sky in December
The PEEC planetarium in Los Alamos hosts an interactive tour of the current night sky, outlining which planets, constellations and more are visible.
Dec. 2: Santa’s Workshop
Bring your little ones to Fuller Lodge in Los Alamos to meet Santa, decorate cookies and make crafts.
Dec. 2, 9, 16: One-on-one computer coaching
Taos Hive co-working space is the location for free one-on-one computer coaching. Advance appointments required.

Dec. 8: RDC Business Network event
If you're a business owner or entrepreneur in Rio Arriba County, mark your calendar for this chance to connect with the Regional Development Corporation's business network at Northern New Mexico College. 
Dec. 16: New Mexico Museum of Art Holiday Open House
Explore the galleries and create holiday crafts at the New Mexico Museum of Art’s Plaza location and the new Vladem Contemporary museum as part of this free event, or enjoy the traditional holiday marionette show in St. Francis Auditorium.
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