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FMSHBR 5/22 RYWT 7PM Light up your bikes and RIDE! Social paced no drop bike ride.

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Fresh returned, with new vinyl from Amsterdam and Berlin. Eclectic grooves.

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Powertool Races @ Make Santa Fe!

When: July 6, 2pm - 6pm What: Powertool Racing and Maker Olympic Cost: Free! We will sell tickets and food to raise money for our programming.

See modified power tools, such as drills and angle grinders, transformed into high-speed racing machines. The event will showcase these souped-up power tools as they race head-to-head on a specially designed power tool drag strip.

If you're seeking an unforgettable experience, mark your calendars for July 6. Power Tool Racing is the season’s must-see event, promising an exhilarating display of power, speed, and skill.

See modified power tools, such as drills and angle grinders, transformed into high-speed racing machines. The event will showcase these souped-up power tools as they race head-to-head on a specially designed power tool drag strip.

If you're seeking an unforgettable experience, mark your calendars for July 6. Power Tool Racing is the season’s must-see event, promising an exhilarating display of power, speed, and skill.

The Maker Olympics

In addition to the races, we’re also hosting the Maker Olympics. Attendees can compete in carnival-like games to win fun prizes and compete to be the top Maker Olympian!

Games Include:

Hammer Time!: Contestants compete to drive a nail into a board in as few blows and as fast as possible. Size Does Matter: Contestants guess the length of a rod to the nearest 1/8”. Scrapwood Basketball: Contestants have 60 seconds to sink as many scrap pieces into a trashcan as possible. Screw It!: Contestants compete to screw a 1 5/8” screw into a 2×4 using only a handheld screwdriver. Half Ass: Contestants try to cut a piece of clay perfectly in half. Tape Measure Fishing: Contestants compete to pull objects across a table using only a tape measure. Mini Battle Bots: Contestants battle head-to-head to pop each other’s balloons. Make Santa Fe, a non-profit, will sell tickets that contestants will use to compete in the games.

https://makesantafe.org/event/powertool-racing-v2-maker-olympics/?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=powertoolraces

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Full Moon Super Hero Bike Ride TONIGHT! Meetup 7pm at the Railyard Water Tower, for an amusing comedy skit on wheels. Light up your bikes, finish up your month's quota of vanquishing EVIL, and join us! This is a no drop social paced ride.

#SantaFe

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Powertool Races @ Make Santa Fe!

When: July 6, 2pm - 6pm
What: Powertool Racing and Maker Olympic
Cost: Free! We will sell tickets and food to raise money for our programming.

See modified power tools, such as drills and angle grinders, transformed into high-speed racing machines. The event will showcase these souped-up power tools as they race head-to-head on a specially designed power tool drag strip.

If you're seeking an unforgettable experience, mark your calendars for July 6. Power Tool Racing is the season’s must-see event, promising an exhilarating display of power, speed, and skill.

See modified power tools, such as drills and angle grinders, transformed into high-speed racing machines. The event will showcase these souped-up power tools as they race head-to-head on a specially designed power tool drag strip.

If you're seeking an unforgettable experience, mark your calendars for July 6. Power Tool Racing is the season’s must-see event, promising an exhilarating display of power, speed, and skill.

The Maker Olympics

In addition to the races, we’re also hosting the Maker Olympics. Attendees can compete in carnival-like games to win fun prizes and compete to be the top Maker Olympian!

Games Include:

Hammer Time!: Contestants compete to drive a nail into a board in as few blows and as fast as possible.
Size Does Matter: Contestants guess the length of a rod to the nearest 1/8”.
Scrapwood Basketball: Contestants have 60 seconds to sink as many scrap pieces into a trashcan as possible.
Screw It!: Contestants compete to screw a 1 5/8” screw into a 2×4 using only a handheld screwdriver.
Half Ass: Contestants try to cut a piece of clay perfectly in half.
Tape Measure Fishing: Contestants compete to pull objects across a table using only a tape measure.
Mini Battle Bots: Contestants battle head-to-head to pop each other’s balloons.
Make Santa Fe, a non-profit, will sell tickets that contestants will use to compete in the games.

https://makesantafe.org/event/powertool-racing-v2-maker-olympics/?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=powertoolraces

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12 noon meetup at the Railyard Water Tower
12:30 Rollout

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Welcome to Christmas Eve in O’ga P’ogeh

Join our Ceasefire Caroling

Scan code or visit: nnmsurj.org/end-palestine-genocide/
For lyrics to sing along!
And info on WHY we are caroling for Ceasefire and an End to Occupation.

Please share on socials and tag @ceasefirecarols @surjnnm @sfjp505

Visit Bethlehem 2023 Art Installation
Christmas Eve ONLY
During the Farolito Walk

Camino Monte Sol (300 block) between Canyon Rd and Acequia Madre

Scan to read artist's statement:
firstsevendesignlabs.com/bethlehem-2023/

Please share and tag @f1rstse7en, #Bethlehem2023, #BethlehemCanceledChristmas on socials
TAKE ACTION today and every day at uscpr.org/gazacall

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We're riding again! Come all Ye Superheroes! Light up your bikes, finish all your Super Heroic Chores, and Celebrate the Full COLD Moon with us. We'll meet up 7pm at the Railyard Water Tower, and ride around at a social pace. At 7:30 we'll gather up the Loops: Santa Fe riders on The Plaza.

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Event by Second Thursday Cycle Squad
Meetup at Railyard Water Tower
Duration: 2 hr

The Second Thursday of every month we bike through the city to a different brewery!
December - Second Street Rufina
January - Second Street Railyard
February - Santa Fe Brewing Brakeroom
All riders will get a raffle ticket for a gift card or swag, and REI Bike Tune-Ups!
Rain or shine, meet at 7 PM, ride out around 7:20
Ride distance: 5-8 miles (social pace)

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Santos Rugby Annual Turkey Trot is Wednesday, 11/22, 6pm Brakeroom. Costumes preferred. Chug beers and run around Santa Fe like hooligans. (I'll be speed walking, I prefer not to throw up all of the beer I'm drinking)

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Full Moon Super Hero Adult Onesie Bike Ride - 10/28 7pm meetup at the Railyard Water Tower. Light up your bikes! Be ready for a spooky good time as we tour the ancient and scary ruins of Santa Fe, New Mexico.

#SantaFe

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Bee Talk & Eco-poetry Workshop
with
Dr. Olivia Carril and Elizabeth Jacobson

Saturday, September 23, 2023
1:00pm - 2:30pm

Bee Hotel at Santa Fe River
East Alameda and Camino Escondido, Santa Fe, NM 87501

New Mexico is home to over 1000 bee species, ranging from carpenter bees the size of a thumb, to fairy bees the size of an eyelash. All are important pollinators of our diverse native plants, and provide the foundation for healthy and resilient ecosystems. Please join Olivia and Elizabeth by the Santa Fe River for a FREE bee talk and brief exploration of Eco-poetry.

beesinyourbackyard.com

poetrypollinators.wixsite.com

Sponsored by the Santa Fe Public Library

#SantaFe

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Have wound up with a bunch of clothes to donate, including some winter jackets and a couple suits.

Anybody know of organizations looking for those specifically?

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Santa Fe PortalFest (www.santafeportalfest.com)
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9 Stages 50 Bands, and so much more. 12-7pm today in Santa Fe, NM

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Santa Fe PortalFest 12-7 Today - (https://www.santafeportalfest.com/)

Santa Fe Portalfest is a free, DIY, interdependent music festival hosted on portales, driveways, and yards in an eight block radius in the La Madera/Alto Park neighborhood of Santa Fe, NM. In addition to live music, Portalfest hosts a local art market, community wellness area, food vendors, and a family zone. (https://www.santafeportalfest.com/about.html)

Schedule (https://www.santafeportalfest.com/2023.html)

general festival schedule
12-7pm Live Music at Stages 1-9
12-7pm Art Market at Aspen Community Magnet School
1-4pm Family Zone at Aspen Community Magnet School
12-7pm Community Wellness Area at Alto Community Garden

Map (https://map.proxi.co/#command-center?topic_id=64c6de253237b9a24c728ecf&topic_key=FaIFd9VazifLBLuai8EvFZeQFn2P9h)

9 Stages/ 50 Bands and so much more!!

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Santa Fe, NM has a rich history dating back to at least 900 AD. When I lived in New England, many people believed that their relatives were pioneers of civilization in North America, with ancestors that could be traced back to the 1700s. However, even by European standards, La Villa Real de la Santa Fé de San Francisco de Asís is much older than Mayflower era settlements, having been founded in 1610.

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Lemmy

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Parishioners at Santa María de la Paz Catholic Community in south Santa Fe cried while others sat in stunned silence when Archbishop John C. Wester delivered the devastating news at the start of each Sunday Mass a year ago. > >The head of the Archdiocese of Santa Fe informed churchgoers the Rev. Daniel Balizan, a charismatic pastor and their shepherd for the past decade, had been removed from his post amid an investigation into alleged misconduct.

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Lemmy

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This is the first announcement on this topic in this locale. I inherited this ride from another superhero, who inherited it from yet another super hero, so it's entirely possible that this ride has been in existence for decades, if not centuries. Dress up in your finest superhero attire, outfit your bike with all your fancy super hero finery. We'll get together for a social paced evening ride to celebrate all the EVIL we've vanquished in the previous lunar month. This is a not drop ride. If anyone suffers a mechanical failure, we'll all stop, pump up the jams and celebrate while repairs are made. This social ride happens approximately monthly, for the obvious reasons implied by orbital mechanics.

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Moderator Request (kbin.social)
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We're building a whole new, federated social world, and this tiny little magazine might need some moderating. I figure it's better to plan ahead. Anyone fancy moderating this lovely new magazine? We've grown 600% in two days, and really an infinite amount over any longer time frame. And of course everyone is welcome to post. I'll keep throwing up random Santa Fe stuff as often as I'm able.

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The Big Fat Santa Fe Musical Summer

https://www.sfreporter.com/guides/summerguide/2023/06/07/the-big-fat-santa-fe-musical-summer/

https://lensic360.org/

7/28 7pm Railyard Water Tower
The Santa Fe Salutes series continues its tradition of assembling the best locals to send up a hero. This time it’s Elton John (who is, as of this writing, alive and well). Also that night at the same place? SFR’s Best of Santa Fe party. Boom.

#SantaFe

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