Come enjoy the intimate setting, and great acoustics of The Performance Space on New Year’s Eve with American JeM and La Plancha Restaurant. Music, more music, a three-course dinner with Champagne, decorations, and dancing to ring in 2015 ($60 per person). Reservations Required.
SALAD: Mixed Greens with La Plancha’s house vinaigrette.
1. Ribeye Tampiqueña – Served with mashed potatoes, black beans, and mixed vegetables
2. Salmon Tropical (tropicalfruit salsa) or Salmon Blanco (white winecream sauce)
served with rice, black beans and mixed vegetables.
3. Pollo Invierno – Roasted chicken wrapped in bacon served with mashed potatoes,
black beans, and mixed vegetables.
DESSERT: Chocolate Flan Cake
CHAMPAGNE (1 glass per patron)
Open bar service available at La Plancha until 11:00PM
Please open the attached flyer as well for additional information about American JeM’s “New York” New Year’s Eve and then reserve your table soon. Seating is limited.
All table money and the proceeds from the Silent Auction go to the Santa Fe Pony Club. You can learn more about them at www.santafeponyclub.org.
Flamenco Music and Dance!
Add a dash of mystery, several drops of surprise, and an overflowing cup of good humor to your day by joining the Pajarito Spanish Dance Alliance for ¡Bailar, Amar, Cantar, Vivir! The show features Flamenco and traditional Spanish pieces performed in true flamenco “tablao” style by a professional company with local roots.The Pajarito Spanish Dance Alliance is a 501 (c) 3 organization which brings together local artists to perform, teach and preserve the art of Spanish Dance.When: Saturday, November 15, 7:00 p.m.Sunday, November 16, 2:00 p.m.Where: The Performance SpaceAdmission: General, $15 adults, $8 ages 18 and underPay at the door cash or check only or reserve ahead at PajaritoSpanishDance.brownpapertickets.com. Seating opens 30 minutes before the show.Information: firstname.lastname@example.org (505) 412-0104
Additionally, you are now able to order and bring food and drink from La Plancha and enjoy it in the Performance Space, offering a casual dinner and a movie type event.
Some of you remember the tumbleweeds clusters in the doorways, the bare dirt tract that is now a parking lot, the empty brown halls. To those that do, thank you for sticking with us, building with us, and making something from nothing with your giant hearts, helping hands, and ongoing support.
Wood is the symbol of the 5th. It represents strength and a solidified relationship. We think that’s appropriate. Over the last five years we’ve matured. Our businesses have strengthened and our relationship with you has grown and solidified. We feel vibrant, coursing with renewed energy and optimistic about the future and we are celebrating!
On Saturday, from 12 – 4 pm, we’re throwing a party. We have two amazing duos providing live music, three huge cakes, and more. Details on the duos are below, as are details on some of the other simultaneous celebrations.
Please join us and let us thank you personally for helping to make these five years so rewarding.
It’s here. 2,900,012 parts have been sorted, hung, and somewhat organized. Okay, maybe not that many, but it sure feels like it. Our hats are off to every owner of every hardware store under the sun!
We’re not quite there yet, but we’re having a party to celebrate our opening and by Saturday, October 25, the floors will be swept, the clutter cleared, and the baby in the bucket returned (against her will) to the family that loves her.
Join us between 12 and 4 pm for free hot dogs, door prizes, and giveaways.
More importantly, help us celebrate with jokes and laughter, great conversations, and your suggestions for how we can make this hardware store even better.
What do Lucky Gagin, Henry Fonda, Bob Hope, Lucille Ball, Divine, Rosalind Russell, Warren Beatty and Johnny Cash all have in common?They will all be on the big screen at the Performance Space on Thursday, Oct 9 at 7 pm as part of a presentation of Made in Santa Fe films. All seats, $5.00- cheap! AND you can bring food over from La Plancha!
Presented by New Mexico film historian Jeff Berg, this program will include approximately 15 clips from movies that have been filmed in or around Santa Fe since 1936. The clips run from 2-5 minutes and after each, Berg offers live narration and strongly encourages audience participation (except for throwing things) during the 90-100 minute program.
A fun blend of comedy, action, and scenes from known and little known movies, this program will mark the return of REEL NEW MEXICO to El Dorado!
For more information, please contact Jeff Berg at 466 1634.
Films used in the show
INDIAN DAY SCHOOL
RIDE THE PINK HORSE
HOLLYWOOD OR BUST
WHERE ANGELS GO, TROUBLE FOLLOWS
CHEYENNE SOCIAL CLUB
RED SKY AT MORNING
LUST IN THE DUST