opening at the Museum
of Indian Arts and Culture, "Master Pueblo Painters, 1900-1930".
66 paintings give a very realistic look at Pueblo ceremonial life
during the period. 505-476-1250.
4: St. Francis
of Assisi Feast Day. Nambe Pueblo. 505-455-2036.
6-22: The Santa Fe Jazz Festival presents a Who's Who of contemporary
jazz musicians in 34 ensemble concerts at the James A. Little
Theater. Confirmed to perform are Marc Copland, Eddie Daniels,
Bruce Dunlap, Gary Burton, Bill Frisell trio, Jai Uttal, Simon
Shaheen, Dave Holland, Wayne Krantz, Herbie Mann, and many more.
Contact the Open Arts Foundation for ticket information. 505-989-8442.
7-8: Fall Festival, El Rancho de las Golondrinas. 505-471-2261.
8: The Santa Fe Symphony Orchestra & Chorus presents performances
of Debussy, Brahms and Stravinsky. 6:00 PM, Sweeney Convention
12-14: The Third Annual Santa Fe Festival of the Book. A Festival
of books, authors, artists, poetry, entertainment, workshops,
book-signings, exhibits and a party. Sweeney Convention Center.
14-15: Children's Pow-wow. Wheelwright
Museum of the American Indian. 505-982-4636.
15: The Santa Fe Community Orchestra presents a concert of
Kodaly, Jones, Mozart and Schumann. St. Francis Auditorium, 2:30,
free. October 17: St. Margaret-Mary Fiesta. Paraje Village, Laguna
27-31: Mystery, Costume & Ghost Story Trains. Santa Fe Southern.
29: The Santa Fe Symphony Orchestra & Chorus presents performances
of Rossini, Mozart and Dvorak. 6:00 PM, Sweeney Convention Center.
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