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SUN­DAY ON­STAGE “WE ARE HIS­PANIC, AMER­I­CAN WOMEN … OK?”

Over the course of the play, four gen­er­a­tions of women quar­rel and ex­plore (in English and Span­glish) what it means to be part of their fam­ily, what it means to be a Latina in this day and age, and … whether tequila is tasty or is just a good way to get drunk. 2 p.m., Teatro Paraguas, 3205 Calle Marie, Ste. B. $12-$20. 424-1601 or brown­pa­pertick­ets.com.

GET­TING OUT VALEN­TINE EX­TRAV­A­GANZA FAM­ILY FUN DAY

Join us for a day of Valen­tine-themed art-mak­ing with hands-on ex­pe­ri­ence cre­at­ing cards, spe­cial heart or­na­ments and oneof-a-kind Valen­tine’s Day col­lages in­spired by night time. Free and fun for all ages. 1-4 p.m., New Mex­ico Mu­seum of Art, 107 W. Palace Ave. Free. 476-5072.

LU­NAR NEW YEAR CEL­E­BRA­TION

The Lu­nar New Year 2019 cel­e­brates the Year of the Earth Pig (also re­ferred to as the Boar in Ja­panese and Ti­betan tra­di­tions). In Korean tra­di­tions, it is the year of the Goat and Sheep. Come and cel­e­brate Asian New Year tra­di­tions with the whole fam­ily, and en­joy ac­tiv­i­ties, food, dance and more. 1-4 p.m., Mu­seum of In­ter­na­tional Folk Art, 706 Camino Lejo, Mu­seum Hill. Free. 476-1200.

AMIGOS AN­NUAL MEET­ING

As the park’s friends group, the Amigos seek to im­prove the vis­i­tor ex­pe­ri­ence of Cer­ril­los Hills State Park. At­tend this im­por­tant meet­ing and get in­volved. Share your in­put and help guide the course for fu­ture events, im­prove­ments and goals. 2 p.m., Cer­ril­los Hills State Park Vis­i­tor’s Cen­ter, 37 Main St., Cer­ril­los. 4710196 or cer­ril­loshills.org.

LOVE IS IN THE AIR

What bet­ter way to cel­e­brate Valen­tine’s Day than with a tast­ing that fea­tures the beloved com­bi­na­tion of choco­late and wine. 3-5 p.m., Hervé Wine Bar, 139 W. San Fran­cisco St. $80/$70 for non-mem­bers. 471-9103 or santafeb­otan­i­cal­gar­den.org.

FAM­ILY SNOW­SHOE OUT­ING

Ex­plore our forests on snow­shoes. Join ed­u­ca­tor Elizabeth Watts for a fam­ily-friendly snow­shoe out­ing to Canada Bonita. 12:15 p.m., Los Alamos Na­ture Cen­ter, 2600 Canyon Road, Los Alamos to car­pool to lo­ca­tion, or 1 p.m., Pa­jar­ito Ski Area park­ing lot, 397 Camp May Road. $5-$10/$4-$6 for mem­bers. 662-0460 or los­alam­osna­ture.org.

BOOKS/LEC­TURES A CON­VER­SA­TION WITH GAIL EVANS

Le­gal di­rec­tor of New En­ergy Econ­omy, Evans has spent her career fight­ing for work­ers’ and chil­dren’s rights, most re­cently lead­ing the Yazzie ed­u­ca­tion law­suit against the state gov­ern­ment. She will be in con­ver­sa­tion with Mariel Nanesi about her work and the chal­lenges ahead. 11 a.m., Col­lected Works Book­store, 202 Gal­is­teo St. Free. 988-4226 or jour­neysantafe.com.

MON­DAY ON­STAGE KONGOS

The broth­ers Johnny, Jesse, Dy­lan and Danny — have mu­sic in their blood. Com­pletely self-con­tained, they write, pro­duce, en­gi­neer and mix their mu­sic, as well as di­rect all their own mu­sic videos. The band Fit­ness opens the show. 8 p.m., Meow Wolf, 1352 Ru­fina Cir­cle. $22 in ad­vance/$25 day of the show, as well as sev­eral VIP pack­ages from $83-$219. 1-877-466-3404 or hold­myt­icket.com.

NEW MEX­ICO FILM FOUN­DA­TION STAGE READ­INGS

Join us for a stage read­ing of sev­eral scripts, in­clud­ing Bruce King’s “Leave ‘em Laugh­ing” and Dusty McGowan’s vam­pire pi­lot, “I Can’t Make You Mine.” 7 p.m., Jean Cocteau Cin­ema, 418 Mon­tezuma Ave. $10. 466-5528 or jean­cocteaucin­ema.com.

GET­TING OUT NA­TURE PLAY­TIME

Join lo­cal fam­i­lies for fun, hand­son ac­tiv­i­ties, hikes, games and sto­ries in na­ture. 10-11 a.m., Los Alamos Na­ture Cen­ter, 2600 Canyon Road, Los Alamos. Free. 662-0460 or los­alam­osna­ture.org.

BOOKS/LEC­TURES CHACO CARS: THE ART OF PA­TRICK NAGATANI

Dr. Joe Trau­gott pre­sents a lec­ture dis­cussing the work of Pa­trick Nagatani. 6 p.m., Ho­tel Santa Fe, 1501 Paseo de Per­alta. $15. 466-2775 or south­west­sem­i­nars.org.

TUES­DAY ON­STAGE NEKO CASE

Neko Richelle Case is an Amer­i­can singer­song­writer best known for her solo career and her con­tri­bu­tions as a mem­ber of the Cana­dian in­die rock group The New Pornog­ra­phers. Open­ing the show will be Jen­nifer Cas­tle. 7-11 p.m., Meow Wolf Santa Fe, 1352 Ru­fina Cir­cle. $39$43. Ages 21 and older. 395-6369 or me­ow­wolf. com.

GET­TING OUT JOE WEST’S “THEATER OF DEATH VI: IN­VA­SION”

Joe West hosts an evening with his theater com­pany, cel­e­brat­ing and view­ing the video of their most re­cent pro­duc­tion. 7 p.m., Jean Cocteau Cin­ema, 418 Mon­tezuma Ave. $10. 466-5528 or jean­cocteaucin­ema.com.

FAM­ILY NIGHT

Come to the na­ture cen­ter to en­joy songs, games and crafts with the Mesa Pub­lic Li­brary’s Melissa Mackey. 6-7 p.m., Los Alamos Na­ture Cen­ter, 2600 Canyon Road, Los Alamos. Free. 662-0460 or los­alam­osna­ture.org.

BOOKS/LEC­TURES BLACK HIS­TORY MONTH AT SANTA FE COM­MU­NITY COL­LEGE

Join a con­ver­sa­tion with Dr. Ja­mal Martin on Con­tem­po­rary Is­sues Fac­ing Peo­ple of Color. 11 a.m.-1 p.m., Je­mez Rooms, Santa Fe Com­mu­nity Col­lege, 6401 Richards Ave. Free. 428-1665 or sfcc. edu.

SANTA FE IN­STI­TUTE PRE­SENTS DANIELLE BAS­SETT: “NET­WORKS THINK­ING THEM­SELVES”

In this SFI Com­mu­nity Lec­ture, neu­ro­sci­en­tist Danielle S. Bas­sett dis­cusses emerg­ing work as­sess­ing net­work con­straints on the learn-abil­ity of re­la­tional knowl­edge and phys­i­cal con­straints on the de­vel­op­ment of in­ter­con­nected pat­terns in neu­ral sys­tems. 7:30 p.m., Len­sic Per­form­ing Arts Cen­ter, 211 W. San Fran­cisco St. Free. 988-1234 or tick­etssantafe. org.

GAR­DEN CON­VER­SA­TIONS

Our fourth and fi­nal Gar­den Con­ver­sa­tion for the sea­son will cover land­scape de­sign ba­sics and will be mod­er­ated by Michael Clark. Noon, Large Con­fer­ence Room, Udall Build­ing, 725 Camino Lejo, Museun Hill. Free. 471-9103 or santafeb­otan­i­cal­gar­den.org.

BOTAN­I­CAL BOOK CLUB

Join other botan­i­cal book en­thu­si­asts over tea, cook­ies and great con­ver­sa­tion about our book of the month. The book of the

month for Fe­bru­ary is “The Mi­la­gro Bean­field War” by John Ni­chols. 1 p.m., Small Con­fer­ence Room, Udall Build­ing, 725 Camino Lejo, Museun Hill. Free. 471-9103 or santafeb­otan­i­cal­gar­den.org.

THE­ATRE LOVERS CLUB: DIS­CUS­SION

“We Are His­panic, Amer­i­can Po­ets and Play­wrights … OK?” Teatro Paraguas’ play­wright, di­rec­tor and actor Alix Hud­son, along with a panel of other cre­ative women, Paola Ven­goechea Mar­tini, Jojo Sena de Tarnoff and Jeni Tincher, will dis­cuss the chal­lenges of at­tract­ing a di­verse au­di­ence to Teatro Paraguas. 6-7 p.m., Teatro Paraguas 3205 Calle Marie. Free. RSVP: the­atre­santafe.org/tlc.

WED­NES­DAY GET­TING OUT PUEBLO POT­TERY DEMON­STRA­TION

Ray Gar­cia (or Ray­duck) first learned about pot­tery from his grand­mother, who he helped col­lect clay at the south­ern end of San Felipe Pueblo. Since then, he has gath­ered, pro­cessed and cre­ated pot­tery us­ing San Felipe clay. He will show how he works, talk about what in­spires him and his many men­tors through the years. 1-4 p.m., Mu­seum of In­dian Arts and Cul­ture, 710 Camino Lejo, Mu­seum Hill. By ad­mis­sion. 476-1269.

IAIA ARIST-IN-RES­I­DENCE OPEN STU­DIOS

Visit with IAIA Artist-in-Res­i­dence (A-iR) artists Cara Romero, Diego Romero, Monique Sono­quie, Brent Michael Davids and Ric Gen­dron. Tour their stu­dios, and learn about their work and in­spi­ra­tions. 3-5 p.m., Aca­demic Build­ing, In­sti­tute of Amer­i­can In­dian Arts (IAIA) cam­pus, 83 Avan Nu Po Road. Free. 424-2389.

BOOKS/LEC­TURES COL­LEC­TIVE IM­PACT OF THE TAOS SO­CI­ETY OF ARTISTS

In this lec­ture, Dav­i­son Packard Koenig, ex­ec­u­tive di­rec­tor of the Couse-Sharp His­toric Site in Taos, dis­cusses the im­por­tance and im­pact of the Taos So­ci­ety of Artists on the com­mu­nity and in the South­west as a whole. 1-4 p.m., New Mex­ico Mu­seum of Art, 113 Lin­coln Ave. Free. 476-5200.

THURS­DAY ON­STAGE RICHARD THOMPSON ELEC­TRIC TRIO

Named by Rolling Stone Mag­a­zine one of the Top 20 guitarists of all time, Richard Thompson is also one of the world’s most crit­i­cally ac­claimed and pro­lific song­writ­ers. Thompson’s mas­sive body of work in­cludes over 40 al­bums and many Grammy nom­i­na­tions, as well as nu­mer­ous sound­tracks. His most re­cent CD, “Still,” pro­duced by Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy, reached #6 on the U.K. charts. 7:30 p.m., Len­sic Per­form­ing Arts Cen­ter, 211 W. San Fran­cisco St. $34-$125. 9881234 or tick­etssantafe.org.

“THE IN­SPEC­TOR GEN­ERAL”

This com­edy of er­rors by the Rus­sian and Ukrainian drama­tist and novelist Niko­lai Go­gol sat­i­rizes hu­man greed, stu­pid­ity and the extensive po­lit­i­cal cor­rup­tion of Im­pe­rial Rus­sia. 7-9 p.m., Large Re­hearsal Hall, New Mex­ico School for the Arts, 275 East Alameda St. $5-$10 at the door or nm­school­fort­hearts.org.

“THE BIG HEART­LESS”

Mac, a reclusive wildlife bi­ol­o­gist, has re­treated to the back­woods of Mon­tana to work with the con­tro­ver­sial Wolf Rein­tro­duc­tion Project. Though sa­vor­ing his her­metic life­style, he tol­er­ates in­ter­rup­tions from his neigh­bors and their teenage grand­daugh­ter. When his nephew and a friend ar­rive, the char­ac­ters’ iso­lated worlds col­lide. 7:30 p.m., Ware­house 21, 1614 Paseo de Per­alta. $15-$25. 986-0847 or brown­pa­pertick­ets.com.

“WE ARE HIS­PANIC, AMER­I­CAN WOMEN … OK?”

See Feb. 10 en­try for de­tails. 7:30 p.m., Teatro Paraguas, 3205 Calle Marie, Ste. B. $12$20. 424-1601 or brown­pa­pertick­ets.com.

“THE WIN­TER’S TALE

In this clas­sic tale of love gone wrong, Shake­speare looks at jeal­ousy’s de­struc­tive na­ture and the power of love and redemption to over­come it. 7:30 p.m., An­nex A, 3205 Calle Marie Ste. A. $25. theoa­sisthe­atre.com.

GET­TING OUT POP-UP LOVE SHOP

In time for Valen­tine’s Day, SITE Santa Fe pre­sents the a pop-up shop fea­tur­ing Cyn­thia Jones Jew­elry, Rene­gade Flo­ral by Melissa Paquin and Art of Choco­late Cacao Santa Fe. Sur­prise your sweet­heart or in­dulge your­self with the per­fect gift. 10 a.m.-5 p.m., CU­RATED, SITE Santa Fe lobby, 1606 Paseo de Per­alta. Free. 989-1199 or site­santafe.org.

COM­MU­NITY DAY AT THE GAR­DEN!

Spend your Valen­tine’s Day strolling through the gar­den. While most of the gar­den is still slum­ber­ing, some plants are start­ing to come to life in an­tic­i­pa­tion of spring. 11 a.m.-3 p.m., Santa Fe Botan­i­cal Gar­den, 715 Camino Lejo, Mu­seum Hill. Free to N.M. res­i­dents and stu­dents with ID. No pets, ex­cept ser­vice an­i­mals. No smok­ing. 471-9103 or santafeb­otan­i­cal­gar­den.org.

LOVE IS A 4 LET­TER WORD

An evening of po­etry re­flect­ing on the com­plex­ity of love. The evening will be­gin with our fea­tured poet Helene Pf­ef­fer. Fol­low­ing Helene, au­di­ence mem­bers are in­vited to par­tic­i­pate in an open mic. 6-7:30 p.m., Tank Garage, Cen­ter for Con­tem­po­rary Arts, 1050 Old Pe­cos Trail. Free. To sign for the open mic, email [email protected]­antafe.org.

BOOKS/LEC­TURES CLIN­I­CAL DE­PRES­SION: WHAT IS IT AND WHAT TO DO ABOUT IT

A. John Rush, M.D., whose 45-year aca­demic career has fo­cused on the psy­chol­ogy and bi­ol­ogy of mood dis­or­ders, dis­cusses the prac­ti­cal ques­tions on how to rec­og­nize, un­der­stand, treat and pre­vent the var­i­ous types of clin­i­cal de­pres­sion. 1-3 p.m., St. John’s United Methodist Church, 1200 Old Pe­cos Trail. $15. 982-9274 or re­ne­san.org.

NINFA AND LA FOCE: A GAR­DEN DUET Join

Su­san Wil­liams and Bonnie Joseph as we “arm­chair” travel to Italy and ex­plore two beloved gar­dens. Al­though very dif­fer­ent in style and de­sign, both were the vi­sions of An­glo-Amer­i­can women who mar­ried into Italian no­bil­ity. To­day, both gar­dens of­fer mod­ern­day pil­grims de­light­ful places of re­pose. 3-4:30 p.m., Up­stairs Con­fer­ence Room, Udall Build­ing, 725 Camino Lejo, Mu­seum Hill. $10/$5 for mem­bers. 471-9103 or santafeb­otan­i­cal­gar­den.org.

BUILD­ING RECIPROCITY

In this talk, To­nia Sing Chi will re­frame the no­tion of par­tic­i­pa­tion through four ex­am­ples in col­lab­o­ra­tive earthen hous­ing projects with Na­tive Amer­i­can com­mu­ni­ties. 3 p.m., Mu­seum of In­dian Arts and Cul­ture, 710 Camino Lejo, Mu­seum Hill. $10. 983-2567 or [email protected] his­toric­santafe.org.

FRI­DAY ON­STAGE TGIF CON­CERT

David Phillips per­forms the mu­sic of J. S. Bach, Mozart and Beethoven. 5:30-6 p.m., First Pres­by­te­rian Church Santa Fe, 208 Grant Ave. Freewill offering. 982-8544.

AZA — MU­SIC FROM MOROCCO!

Tra­di­tional Ta­mazight (Ber­ber) mu­sic, indige­nous to the At­las Moun­tains of Morocco, with the global in­flu­ences of its di­verse mem­bers. Evoca­tive of Sa­ha­ran-African blues, yet with an orig­i­nal style that truly de­fies cat­e­go­riza­tion, AZA’s stir­ring per­for­mances fea­ture deep, dance­able rhythms, in­tri­cate string melodies and soar­ing, soul­ful vo­cals. 7:30 p.m., GiG Per­for­mance Space, 1808 H Sec­ond St. $22 at the door. gigsantafe.com.

“THE IN­SPEC­TOR GEN­ERAL” See Feb. 14 en­try for de­tails.

7-9 p.m., Large Re­hearsal Hall at the New Mex­ico School for the Arts, 275 East Alameda St. $5-$10 at the door or nm­school­fort­hearts.org.

“THE BIG HEART­LESS”

See Feb. 14 en­try for de­tails. 7:30 p.m., Ware­house 21, 1614 Paseo De Per­alta. $15-$25. 986-0847 or brown­pa­pertick­ets.com.

“WE ARE HIS­PANIC, AMER­I­CAN WOMEN … OK?” See Feb. 10 en­try for de­tails.

7:30 p.m., Teatro Paraguas, 3205 Calle Marie, Ste. B. $12-$20. 4241601 or brown­pa­pertick­ets. com.

“THE WIN­TER’S TALE”

See Feb. 14 en­try for de­tails. 7:30 p.m., An­nex A, 3205 Calle Marie Ste. A. $25. theoa­sisthe­atre.com.

GET­TING OUT BIG SCREEN CLAS­SICS: “A STREET CAR NAMED DE­SIRE”

Based on the play by Ten­nessee Wil­liams, this renowned drama fol­lows trou­bled for­mer school­teacher Blanche DuBois as she leaves small-town Mis­sis­sippi, and moves in with her sis­ter and her hus­band in New Or­leans. 7 p.m., Len­sic Per­form­ing Arts Cen­ter, 211 W. San Fran­cisco St. Free. 988-1234 or tick­etssantafe.org.

PAR­ENTS’ NIGHT OUT

Drop off the kid­dos for an evening of fun ac­tiv­i­ties at the mu­seum. For ages 6-12. 5:30-9 p.m., Santa Fe Chil­dren’s Mu­seum, 1050 Old Pe­cos Trail. $25. Reg­is­tra­tion: 989-8359 or santafechil­drens­mu­seum.org.

GEN­TLE WALK

The em­pha­sis is on dis­cov­ery, not mileage gained. 9 a.m.noon, Los Alamos Na­ture Cen­ter, 2600 Canyon Road, Los Alamos. Free. 662-0460 or los­alam­osna­ture.org.

STUMP THE AS­TRONOMERS!

Join a panel of as­tronomers in the plan­e­tar­ium for a fun evening. Bring your tough­est as­tron­omy-re­lated ques­tions and see if you can stump them. 7 p.m., Los Alamos Na­ture Cen­ter, 2600 Canyon Road, Los Alamos. Free. 662-0460 or los­alam­osna­ture.org.

BOOKS/LEC­TURES CON­VER­SA­TIONS WITH COL­LEC­TIONS

Ap­ply­ing mu­seum prac­tices to your per­sonal art col­lec­tions and fam­ily heir­looms can be a great tool for pro­tect­ing and pre­serv­ing these spe­cial ob­jects. Join the mu­seum’s staff for a dis­cus­sion about the dif­fer­ent ways in which to doc­u­ment and care for your col­lec­tion. 1:30-2:30 p.m., New Mex­ico Mu­seum of Art, 107 W. Palace Ave. By ad­mis­sion. Limit: 15 peo­ple. Reg­is­tra­tion: email Re­[email protected]

“ON THE PHILICOTETES OF SOPHO­CLES: THE STORY OF A SICK­NESS”

In the Sopho­clean tragedy named after him, Philoctetes re­sists an of­fer of heal­ing and honor, and clings to sick­ness, lone­li­ness and dis­grace. In his lec­ture, Richard McCombs, tu­tor at St. John’s Col­lege, ex­plores this dis­eased de­sire for evil and its po­etic cure. 7:30 p.m., Peter­son Stu­dent Cen­ter, Great Hall, St. John’s Col­lege, 1160 Camino Cruz Blanca. Free. 984-6000.

SATUR­DAY ON­STAGE “ED ASNER: ON STAGE AND OFF”

This full-length doc­u­men­tary probes Asner’s eth­nic Kansas City roots, his early strug­gles, his in­spi­ra­tions and in­flu­ences, his re­mark­able act­ing career, his brave po­lit­i­cal ac­tivism at per­sonal cost, and his un­flag­ging en­ergy to this day as a su­perb per­former on screen and stage. A Q&A with Ed Asner fol­lows the screen­ing. 1 p.m., Jean Cocteau Cin­ema, 418 Mon­tezuma Ave. $10. 466-5528 or jean­cocteaucin­ema.com.

BAYS & COYNE — IR­ISH FID­DLE & BOUZOUKI & SONGS

Ran­dal Bays and John Coyne bring power and pas­sion to the tra­di­tional mu­sic of Ire­land, play­ing the old mu­sic with an in­ten­sity not usu­ally heard out­side of a late night pub in Ire­land. 7:30 p.m., GiG Per­for­mance Space, 1808 H Sec­ond St. $22 at the door. gigsantafe.com.

COUR­TESY OF RICHARDTHOMPSON-MU­SIC.COM

Richard Thompson, the gui­tarist and pro­lific song­writer who got started in the 1960s with Fair­port Con­ven­tion, per­forms at the Len­sic on Thurs­day, Feb. 14.

COUR­TESY OF WIKIMEDIA COM­MONS

Su­san Wil­liams and Bonnie Joseph present a lec­ture about two Italian gar­dens, Ninfa (seen here) and La Foce, in a lec­ture for the Santa Fe Botan­i­cal Gar­den on Thurs­day, Feb. 14.

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