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Saturday, April 2, 2011

April is Buzzing in Santa Fe

Before you get busy as a bee this summer, take some time this spring to visit Santa Fe. The weather is great, the fruit trees are blooming and all things artistic, creative, outdoorsy and fun are happening here.
Do you have a desire to improve your photographic skills? Santa Fe Photographic Workshops offer workshops through May to sharpen and enhance your photographic eye and skills.
Are you into history and learning? Come explore the Seton Castle ruins and discover the life and work of its former owner, pioneering naturalist Ernest Thompson Seton on April 23. The Academy for the Love of Learning, showcases the current renovation and the academy's carrying forward of Seton's work.
If you would like to have a spiritual experience for Easter Weekend, take part in the pilgrimage tradition to Chimayo, New Mexico north of Santa Fe. A little church, El Santuario de Chimayo, featured on the show "Miracle Detectives" on the Oprah Winfrey Network, is the destination of thousands of pilgrims on Easter Weekend. Also in the same village is the chapel called Santa Nino de Atocha. A visit to these two historic buildings of worship is very inspirational.
Whatever your interest, there is always something fun to do in and around Santa Fe...come enjoy Springtime in the High Desert.
http://www.holypilgrim.us/, www.santafeworkshops.com, http://www.aloveoflearning.org/

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