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Young Playwrights Project at Southside

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Santa Fe Playhouse and the Santa Fe Public Library present the Young Playwrights Project at the Southside Branch Library.

Santa Fe kids aged 8 to 12 years old are invited to participate in this theatre bootcamp! Under the instructor guidance of theater professionals Quinn Fontaine and Marguerite Louise Scott, dive into improvisation, theater games, creating scenes and characters, and developing character monologues.

WHAT:
Young Playwrights Project at Southside Library

WHEN:
Monday afternoons, 3:30–5:00 p.m., February 25 – April 1, 2019

WHO:
Children aged 8 to 12 years old

WHERE:
Santa Fe Public Library–Southside Branch, Community Room
6599 Jaguar Dr, Santa Fe, NM 87507

HOW MUCH:
FREE!

MORE:
If you have questions or need more information contact
ypp@santafeplayhouse.org or call Marguerite at 505-795-0739.

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Tech Talk: Internet Security, Tuesday, Feb. 26

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Join us for our monthly series of talks about technology at the Main Library!

In this talk, we’ll discuss tools to better protect yourself online. We’ll address strong passwords, password managers, two-factor authentication, phishing and spam, browser security features, malware, and tips to keep in mind. Participants are welcome to bring smartphones, tablets, or laptops to follow along.

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Friday Afternoon Art: Papermaking

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Santa Fe Public Library presents Friday Afternoon Art: Papermaking on Friday, February 22, from 2:30-4:30 p.m. at the Southside Branch Library. This is a family program and all adults must be accompanied by a child.

Sponsored by the Kate Klein Fund and the Friends of the Santa Fe Public Library.

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Opera Makes Sense

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Created just for children ages 3 to 5 to explore the world of opera through a variety of activities and games addressing different developmental levels of toddlers. Participants move from one station to another based upon their personal interest level. Through poetry, songs, music and dance, with costumes and art activities related to scenery and props – opera is translated through the five senses.

Sponsored by the Santa Fe Opera in partnership with The Santa Fe Public Library and Museum of International Folk Art.

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Children’s Chess Club

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The Santa Fe Children’s Chess Club meets every Wednesday evening at the Main Library from 5:45 PM to 7:45 PM in the Community Room.

 

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  • Main Library

    145 Washington Avenue
    (505) 955-6781

    library@santafenm.gov

  • Oliver La Farge Branch

    1730 Llano Street
    (505) 955-4862

  • Southside Branch

    6599 Jaguar Drive
    (505) 955-2820