Archive for March, 2013

The Great Eldorado Easter Egg Hunt

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Come one come all to La Tienda’s first Easter Egg Hunt on March 30th at 10 am. Sponsored by La Tienda and EldoradoCommunityChurch this fun event will have a separate hunt area for egg seekers under five. Most eggs will contain candy or small prizes but some will have tickets for larger gifts.

 

For those wanting to make it a full family outing, La Plancha is offering a simplified brunch buffet from 9 am to noon. Special pricing of $8.95 for adults and $5.95 for children will include eggs, sausage, potatoes, enchilada, fruit, pancakes, and french toast. Regular menu service will also be available.

 

The Easter Bunny will be here handing out prizes!

 

 

SANTA FE POET LAUREATE JON DAVIS TO HOST POETRY READING

DavisJonSANTA FE POET LAUREATE JON DAVIS TO HOST POETRY READING AT THE PERFORMANCE SPACE IN ELDORADO

 On Sunday, March 24, from 3-4:30 pm, Eldorado resident and Santa Fe Poet Laureate Jon Davis will host “Santa Fe Poets 1,” the first of six readings that will take place over the next fifteen months at various venues in and around Santa Fe. Each reading will feature a different group of five poets reading with the poet laureate.

At this first reading, Davis will read from a new manuscript and from his most recent book, Preliminary Report, published by Copper Canyon Press in 2010. In addition to being Santa Fe’s fourth poet laureate, Davis is director of the new Low Residency MFA Program at the Institute of American Indian Arts, where he has taught for 22 years.

 The other readers will be Dana Levin, who teaches at Santa Fe University of Art & Design and is the author of three books, including Sky Burial (Copper Canyon Press, 2011); Gabe Gomez, author of The Outer Bands (U. of Notre Dame Press, 2006) and Seed Bank (Mouthfeel Books, 2012); Ungelbah Daniel Davila, author of the chapbook Outlaw Neon, which is forthcoming in Effigies II from Salt Press; and Deborah Casillas, whose poems have appeared in Ontario Review, Crab Orchard Review, Prairie Schooner, and North American Review.

Suggested donation of $2 to support The Performance Space at La Tienda, but no one will be turned away. For more information, call Jon Davis at 424.2365 or e-mail him at jdavissimo52@gmail.com.

Spring Cleaning Sale

spring cleaningA multi family event
March 16 th and 17th Sat. & Sun.
8:00 am – 2:00 pm
The Exhibit Space at La Tienda
Almost completely booked, with 14 vendors. Everything from clothes, career and casual, some tools, household items, books, great furniture,antiques and vintage, Harley Davidson collectibles,art, jewelry, sport gear.
The Andromeda U-16 boys’ soccer team, part of Santa Fe’s non-profit Northern Soccer Club will be selling a variety of new or lightly used sports gear, including youth and adult soccer cleats from Adidas, Nike, Umbro and other brands, soccer balls, jerseys, and shin guards. Plus, the sale will feature a full-size basketball hoop, running shoes, brand-new t-shirts and other clothing, and plenty of high-end skiing and snowboard equipment, including twin-tip skis, helmets, goggles, jackets, pants and gloves in youth and adult sizes.
Have a great breakfast and a fabulous Sunday brunch at La Plancha
For more info call Elsa at 505 466 3357

Questions on the Wall

Questions on the Wall

A multi-voiced poetry reading that weaves film, images and perspective featuring Catherine Ferguson, Colleen Carias, Katherine Seluja, Laurie Hilton AND guests.

At The Performance Space, Sunday March 17 at 2 pm.

Katherine Seluja speaks in the tradition of nurse poets, has received regional awards for her short stories as well as her poetry. Co-author of Braided Voices, she has been published in numerous journals.

Catherine Ferguson, Galisteo artist, short story writer,  featured poet of Malpais Review, co-author of The Sound a Raven Makes. Her poetry and images are featured in whynotapoem production films.

Colleen Carias, poet-filmmaker, her poems appear in journals in print and online. She is a co-author of Braided Voices and producer of why no a poem productions.

Laurie Hilton’s poetry appears in several journals. She is a co-author of Braided Voices, a selection in the last NMWABF.

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