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New Mexican (Newspaper) - October 2, 2005, Santa Fe, New Mexico Arts Center 211 W San Francisco 9881234 SOUTHWEST LITERARY CENTER WRITERS READING SERIES Julie Mars reads from her memoir A Month of Sundays Searching for the Spirit and My Sister noon Oct 6 St Francis Auditorium Museum of Fine Arts 107 W Palace 5771125 no charge Other HARVEST FESTIVAL Grape crush ing for wine stringing chile ris tras milling and threshing wheat molasses making food arid enter tainment 10 today El Rancho de Las Golondrinas 334 Los Pinos Road 4712261 event information available at FALL FESTIVAL OF COLOR Studio Tour Open studios with the Taos National Society of Watercolorists today 505 7379293 for details SECOND ANNUAL TAOS WILDLIFE FILM FESTIVAL Internationally recognized wildlife films today 505 7765203 19TH ANNUAL PINON AWARDS CEREMONY Sponsored by the Santa Fe Community Foundation and hosted by actor Wes Studi 6 Oct 6 Lensic Performing Arts Center 211 W San Francisco call 9889715 for reservations no charge MAYORS BALL Gala dinner and dance to benefit Esperanza Shelter for Battered Families music by Shaboomfood silent auction Oct 7 Sweeney Center 201 W Marcy per person 4745536 for tickets PUEBLO OF JEMEZ OPEN AIR MARKET Art vendors demonstra tions intertribal dancers and musi cians bread baking demonstra tions farmers market 10 5 Oct 8 Walatowa Vistor Center Pueblo of Jemez 8347235 SPANAPALOOZA AT THE SKATE PARK Live music local bands skating BMX bike riding poetry food and drink noon6 Oct 8 Valdez Park Espanola Skate Park For more information call 505 7471889 MIDDLE EAST FILM FEST Films on culture politics gender issues media ArabAmerican experience history and from Iraq Syria Lebanon Egypt Qatar Morocco and Jordan Oct 89 Center of Contemporary Arts Cinematheque 1050 Old Pecos Trail www or 9821338 DINOSAURS AND MORE A pro gram for all ages seven days a week at a handson educational organiza tion work in the prep lab with fossils and learn about local minerals and meteorite composition 102 W San Francisco St 9883299 www Balloon Fiesta Admission is Children 12 years old and under get in free General parking is per car For more information check or call 888 4227277 Today Dawn Patrol Show 7 Mass Ascension 9 Car show Balloon Glow 8 AfterGlow Fireworks Show Oct 3 Dawn Patrol 7 Events Oct 4 Dawn Patrol 7 Fiying Events Oct 5 Dawn Patrol 7 Flight of the Nations Mass Ascension Oct 6 Dawn Patrol 7 Special Shape Mass Ascension 8 Flying Events Special Shape Glowdeo 8 AfterGlow Fireworks Show Oct 7 Dawn Patrol 7 Special Shape Mass Ascension 8 Key Grab Competition Special Shape Giowdeo 8 AfterGlow FireworksShow Oct 8 Dawn Patrol 7 Mass Ascension Night Magic Show 8 AfterGlow Fireworks Show Oct 9 Dawn Patrol Show Propane Day 7 Farewell Mass Ascension AHEAD elegant afternoon of architectural design contemporary art music and dessert accompanied by a tour of a home designed by architect Pedro Marquez Includes viewing of art collection and Dale Chihuly glass pieces along with discussion of the homeowners transition from living with antiques and history to a SANTANA The Latinrock group in concert 7 Oct 9 Journal Pavilion Albuquerque tickets avail able at 505 883 7800 all Ticketmaster outlets SANTA FE PRO MUSICA 24th season opening of Beethoven and Chopin per formed by the Santa Fe Pro Musica Chamber Orchestra 6 Oct 8 3 Oct 9 Lensic Performing Arts Center 211 W San Francisco 9884640 The Associated Press RHYTHM OF THE DANCE Traditional music and dance per formance by the National Dance Company of Ireland 8 Oct 14 Lensic Performing Arts Center 211 W San Francisco 9881234 THE CHILDRENS ROW WOW Native American dancing per formed by children with a competi tion 11 Oct 15 Museum Arts Culture 710 Camino Lejo at Museum Hill no charge call 4718608 for informa tion and dance registration JERRY SEINFELD A standup comic performance by the former star of the NBC sitcom 8 Oct 20 Kiva Auditorium Albuquerque Convention Center SecondStreet and Marquette at www and 505 768 4575 PETER BOAL AND COMPANY Former member of the New York City Ballet and former artistic direc tor of Seattles Pacific Northwest Ballet performs with his company 7 Oct 2122 Lensic Performing Arts Center 211 W San Francisco tickets at 9881234 SANTA FE CHAPTER OF HADASSAH HOME TOURS An Aimee Mann comes to Santa Fe at 7 Oct 19 The Academy Awardnominated and 80s New Wave pop star performs at the James The ater 106O Cerrillos Road tickets call 9881234 all seats general admission thoroughly contemporary lifestyle 35 Oct 23 per person For reservations call 9881326 Open to the public WIDESPREAD PANIC The Southern band in concert 7 Oct 25 Kiva Auditorium Second Street and Marquette Albuquerque 505 883 7800 METAMORPHOSIS Silent auc tion and masquerade ball with music by Bernadette Seacrest Her Yes Men to benefit the renova tion of CCAs Warehouse Gallery 7 Oct 29 Center for Contemporary Arts 1050 Old Pecos Trail 9821338 for details THE SOUND OF MUSIC Presented by Theaterwork the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical about an Austrian family during World War II 2 and 7 Nov 1113 Lensic Performing Arts Center 211 W San Francisco tickets at 9881234 The New Mexican magazine Oct 28 2005 SUNDAY 5
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