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Join us on Friday, December 1st for Newcomers annual Holiday Luncheon. We’ll be celebrating the joyous season at La Fonda Inn on the Plaza. There will be time to socialize with fellow Newcomers, and to enjoy a delectable lunch before the musical program. Luncheon registration closes at noon on November 15.
The Writing Group is a gathering of people who write poetry, memoir, fiction and non-fiction. Each month members are invited to read 5 to 15 minutes of something they wrote. Everyone does not have to read every month; we need listeners too. We discuss the readings so that we can help and encourage each other. It is always fun and lively. Come join us!
If you would like to receive email reminders about the group, click Interest Groups on the Menu Bar and scroll down to select the Writing Group. Then click the "Sign me up" button.
Join fellow Newcomers for American Mah Jongg on the first and third Wednesday of each month, from 1:30-4:30. Location to be determined by the coordinator. Further details will be sent to the Mah Jongg Group registrants.
The December hike will be led by Alice Harris. James Reents will assist her. The Audubon Sanctuary & Two Mile Pond Hike is rated Easy, although there are some very short steep portions and the distance is 3 miles. One section is flat with a drop off on one side, watch your step.
We will hike the hills above the Audubon Sanctuary, then circle around Two Mile Pond and cross the old Stone Dam. We will see panoramic views of the mountains and learn about Santa Fe’s water history.
There are excellent restrooms and a large parking area. A two-dollar or more donation to the Audubon Society is suggested.
Visit the Tafoya Family in their home/studio. We will get to know them, hear how they got started, visit their workshop, and find out what they’re doing now. See (and purchase) some of their newest creations.
They will serve a typical pueblo-style lunch in their home.