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 Banff Mountain Film Festival

Support a good cause and enjoy films that will spark your excitement for adventure, action and travel. In it’s 43rd year, the annual Banff Mountain Film Festival brings films with subjects ranging in exploration of distant landscapes and cultures to exhilarating sports to about 400 communities around the world. This stop on the Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour is a fundraiser to benefit the Santa Fe Conservation Trust, providing support for their conservation work.

Bring your friends and family to be transported by films to exciting locations around the world and inspire your inner explorer.

When: March 11 and 12, 2019 @ 7pm to 10pm
Where: The Lensic Performing Arts Center
211 W San Francisco St, Santa Fe, NM 87501
Cost: $18 per night, $32

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Santa Fe Properties would like to congratulate our newest Leading Real Estate Companies of the World® Relocation Specialists, Stefania Masoni, Christine Helou, Kristin Sargent, Kaye Theimer, Lee Bowers and Ivona Borisenko. Our relocation specialists are here to help buyers and sellers, whether they are moving down the street or around the world. 

 Stefania Masoni

Stefania Masoni

Born in Rome, and raised in Paris, since a child Stefania Masoni was surrounded by beautiful architecture and a sense of style and design. She graduated from Pratt Institute in New York with a BFA and moved to Costa Rica where she worked as a graphic designer. Throughout her travels in Latin America she was exposed to the architecture, the art forms and cultures of the Maya, Inca...

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If you are visiting New Mexico there might be few words that you have never heard before. Don't worry we are here to help! We will be posting a new New Mexican word every week to familiarize you with our verbiage. Let us know if you have ever heard of these words before! 

Nicho (NEE-cho)

Made from traditionally from mixed elements, a nicho is a small cut out in an adobe wall that can be used to display objects such as a work of art or a pot. Most commonly found in Santa Fe homes, nichos bring a unique touch to any home. Here are a few examples of nichos in Santa Fe... 

       

  

  
Stunning, extraordinary, dramatic, sexy… These are adjectives that only begin to describe the magic of Casa Contenta. Hidden behind high walls, this secluded

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We have made it through the first chilly month of 2019 and we are ready for February! This month there are many exciting things to partake in such as Restaurant Week, the Santa Fe Film Festival, Groundhog Day and so much more. Let us know your favorite things to do in February!

Mole & More
February 1st, 10am - 1pm
Santa Fe School of Cooking
During this three hour class you will learn how to make smoked chicken with mole. Mole is a sauce that is originated Mexico. Learn about mole and the rich history behind it.
santafeschoolofcooking.com

First Friday Art Activity
February 1st
Georgia O’Keeffe Museum
Spend the day in the O’Keeffe Museum creating your very own artwork. Event is free and all ages are welcome!
okeeffemuseum.org

Bubbles and

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With winter in full swing and many winter activities to partake in, it can be tough to decide which lovely Land of Enchantment mountain to spend your season on. Here are a few of New Mexico's best winter wonderlands we suggest for you to spend a day or weekend at skiing, snowboarding and simply enjoying the snow in its glory.

Taos Ski Valley
Whether you are planning a vacation getaway or a staycation Taos Ski Valley is the perfect place. With so many tours and activities to choose from including snowmobiling, skiing, snowboarding and snowshoeing the choices are endless. You can stay in the quant Taos Ski Valley and catch the free shuttle up the mountain.
skitaos.com

Ski Santa Fe
Just a short 35 minute ride from Santa Fe we are minutes away from

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Wondering how to start off the New Year with Santa Fe Style? Here are some ideas to get you moving around our lovely City Different.

Taste of Canyon Road Dinner Tour
Ghost Tour: The Dark Side of Santa Fe
Southwest Tapas
Art & Chocolate Tour: A Matter of Taste 
Sample Sundays 
Wine Down Mondays
Monday Night Swing
Cowgirl Karaoke 
Date Night Pottery Class
Handmade Paper Lantern Workshop
Community Day at the Garden
Green Chile Workshop
Glass Fusing Fundamentals
SITE Santa Fe Presents Patti Smith 
The Symphony Presents | Recital: The Symphony Quintet 
Ester Hana
Tony Forrest Telemark Workshop
Jewelry Workshop: Brian Fleetwood

Taste of Canyon Road Dinner Tour 

January 2nd, 2 - 6pm
The Consignment Gallery

The perfect introduction into Santa Fe’s best

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As we prepare for the Holiday season there are many fun activities throughout Santa Fe and Albuquerque that will get you into the holiday spirit. Whether you are looking at a spectacular light show or making your own ornaments, Santa Fe is a wonderful place to be for the Holidays. Let us know what your favorite holiday activities is. One thing we can all hope for snow this holiday season!

The Nutcracker
December 15th - 16th
Lensic Performing Arts Center
Santa Fe’s annual performance of 'The Nutcracker' is a cannot miss holiday event. Embrace the holiday spirit and enjoy this amazing performance by Santa Fe’s Aspen Ballet Company. With over 60 dancers this show incorporates ballet, Chinese ribbon dance and flamenco.
aspensantafeballet.com

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Santa Fe Properties would like to recognize Sue Garfitt, winner of The National Association of Realtors Good Neighbor Award. This award recognizes Realtors who have made a tremendous impact through volunteering and community outreach. Sue has been working with the Eldorado 285 Recycling Group to promote recycling to address the important issue of global warming. She has been working for over two years clocking in over 600 hours of community service. Santa Fe Properties would like to congratulate Sue for her amazing work and for bettering our community. 

 

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Santa Fe rings in the holidays with fun-filled activities and food. Celebrate the only way we know how; from the Annual Christmas Eve Farolito Walk on Canyon Road to New Year's Eve on The Plaza, there is something for everyone to enjoy. As we embark on the holiday season here are some things to get you into the festive mood!

Chanukah on the Plaza
December 2nd
Historic Downtown Plaza
Celebrate the lighting of the Menorah with Santa Fe’s Jewish Center. Delicious hot latkes will be served.

Christmas at the Palace
December 7th
Palace of the Governors
A beloved Santa Fe tradition. Enjoy live music, hot cider, and cookies alongside Mr. and Mrs. Clause who will be there to partake in the festivities.
santafejcc.com

Las Posadas
December 9th
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The newest issue of Santa Fe Living is here! Below is a letter from Santa Fe Properties President, Liz Cale, on what you'll find in this issue:

 "I know you will enjoy this issue that provides you with some impressive properties along with information on what Santa Fe Living is all about. Inside you will find an event calendar and a map of historic downtown Santa Fe along with Santa Fe gallery and dining information.

As the oldest capital city in North America, Santa Fe continues to receive awards and accolades for its distinctive architecture, lifestyle, art and great food. Whether you live here or are visiting, we want to make sure you enjoy the Santa Fe lifestyle and would like to share a few of these honors.

• Conde Nast Traveler's Readers'

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