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New Mexico Association of Educational Retirees Offers $1,000 Scholarships Application Deadline July 21, 2017

The NMAER has chosen to establish a Scholarship Program for current public school educators and teachers to further their education. Three $1,000 scholarships will be awarded to current public school educators working on an undergraduate degree in the field of education or current public teachers working toward a graduate degree in the field of education during the 2017-2018 school year. Use the link to review details and the application.

Free Summer Technology Training July 13 – July 28, 21017

SFPS staff will experience hands-on, technology based PD training . Many content topics will be covered at varying levels of technology expertise.

Courses will be 3 hour sessions beginning July 13, 2017 through July 28, 2017. Please register for courses using and search “Summer Technology Training.” All courses will be held at the Technology Department Building, 2513 Cerrillos Road, Santa Fe, NM 87505    (Off Camino Carlos Ray).

New Mexico Museum of Art Summer Programs

See Art. Make Art. Programs will include Sunday Fun Day for Families, Drop in and Draw and an Ice Cream Social. Have fun all summer long where 16 and under are always free!

La Familia Health and Wellness Fiesta August 12, 2017 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM

Join us for a fun, family friendly event, & learn how you and your family can lead healthier lifestyles! Free health screenings for High blood pressure, Diabetes, Dental, Well-child checks and Sport physicals. Activities include a healthy cooking demo, Massage, Zumba, Kids face painting, and Free haircuts for kids ages 5—10. There will be performances by Mariachi Buena Ventura, Baile Espanol de Santa Fe and Wise Fool New Mexico. Free & open to the community! For more information visit us at or call 505-955-0302.

The Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival July 16 – August 21, 2017

Appealing and engaging programs are scheduled throughout the season and include special discounts.

The Railyard Park Conservancy Presents Sand-Day Saturdays Beginning, May 27 – August 12, 2017

Come play and learn in our outdoor science classroom for toddlers (aka ·the sandbox. Explore the properties of sand and water through digging, castle-building, ·cooking·, and imaginations going wild! Geared toward young children and their families. Every Saturday at the Railyard Park – 740 Cerrillos Road May 27th through August 12, 2017 10am to noon.

Jaguar Masters Tournament/Raffle Saturday, September 9, 2017


Win a Brand new car on a hole in one, Long Drive Contest, Closet to the pin! Best Golf Tournament of the Year!! Registration Fee is $120.00 per player if golfing by yourself

Includes lunch, golf cart, use of driving range, range balls, player gift bag. Also, buy raffle tickets for a chance to win tickets to the Denver Broncos vs. Dallas Cowboys football game in Denver, CO. Purchase one ticket for $25.00 or 5 For $100.00 Hotel is included for 2 nights. 100% of All Proceeds to support: Capital High School Football Team.

Rotary Club of Santa Fe’s Second Annual Golf Benefit September 29, 2017 Check in 11:00 AM

Hosted at Marty Sanchez Links de Santa Fe, 205 Caja del Rio. Four Person Scramble for $120 per person and includes lunch sponsored by Morgan Stanley, adult beverages and 4 mulligans. Prizes for longest drive, closest to pin and hole in one.  Proceeds for scholarships to be awarded to local high school seniors.

EL Rancho de las Golondrinas Presents Spanish Colonial Days for Grades Pre K-6th May and October of 2017

Designed for students K-6th Spanish Colonial Days give students the unique opportunity to engage in activities of a typical young person during Spanish Colonial times. For three days each in the spring and fall the ranch is alive with costumed volunteers ready to share and interpret the history of Las Golondrinas and New Mexico for school children. To better understand our history, students can take part in the same daily chores as the early settlers. Candle making, corn grinding, rope-making, clothes washing, wool carding and spinning are among the several hands-on activities very popular with our young visitors.

They will also see the blacksmith hammering away in his shop, wheat being ground in our two gristmills and fresh bread coming out of the horno. The resident burros, sheep and goats to add to the fun and authentic atmosphere.

STEM Spark Energy Education News

STEM Spark Energy Education News focuses on the latest energy education resources, competitions, and innovations from the Department of Energy (DOE) and highlights an energy technology each month. Click here for their latest newsletter. SHARE this newsletter or sign up here to subscribe!

Results Driven Accountability Summer Conference July 31 – August 2, 2017

Open to all teachers and education assistants for Summer Professional Development. Hosted at Embassy Suites in Albuquerque. Click here to register.

Permanent Take Back Prescription Drop Boxes 

DON’T LET YOUR OLD MEDICATIONS GET INTO THE WRONG HANDS Dispose of your expired or unused drugs safely at one of our four drop boxes in Santa Fe. No questions asked. Help us keep dangerous prescription drugs out of the hands of children and teens. Together we can ensure a safer tomorrow for our loved ones. En español

The 100th Birthday at the New Mexico Museum of Art for the 2017-2018 School Year 

The New Mexico Museum of Art will be offering the following for the 2017-2018 school year:

  • Classroom presentations on the museum’s art, history, connections to New Mexico history, and its impact on the community (offered Sept.-Dec. 2017)
  • Museum tours including sketching (offered Jan.-April 2018)
  • Limited bus funds available—first-come, first-served!

To book please contact us: or by phone 476-5118

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