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FRED HERSCH & FRIENDS A select member of jazz’s piano pantheon, Fred Hersch is a pervasively influential creative force who has shaped the music’s course over more than three decades as an improviser, composer, educator, bandleader, collaborator and recording artist. Hersch, clarinetist-saxophonist Anat Cohen, and vocalist Kate McGarry present a world-class program for all jazz aficionados. Underwritten by Robin Black

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discover the essence of santa fe CINCO DE MAYO Saturday, May 5 Enjoy Half Priced Margaritas All Day Patio Grand Reopening and Live Entertainment MOTHER’S DAY BRUNCH Sunday, May 13 Treat Yourself to a 3-Course Menu Created by Chef Edgar Beas 11:00a.m. to 2:30p.m. $55.00 per person MEMORIAL WEEKEND Saturday, May 26 – Monday, May 28 Enjoy Award Winning Taco’s on the Patio of the Anasazi Restaurant 11:00a.m. to 3:00p.m. 3 for $20.00 WINE DOWN MONDAY Every Monday Unwind with Your Favorite Bottle of Wine Half-Off SOCIAL HOUR SPECIALS Sunday – Wednesday 3:00p.m. to 5:30p.m. Half-Off Beer, Wine, Signature Margaritas And Santa Fe Classic Appetizers

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Mother’s Day Weekend May 12 & 13 Saturday & Sunday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. www.placitasstudiotour.com

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New Mexico Art League SUMMER SCHEDULE OF WORKSHOPS AND EXHIBITS

JUNE 3-Day Plein Air Painting Workshop with Chris Morel June 1 – 3 Friday through Sunday 9 AM to 4 PM Exploring Abstraction through Drawing and Painting with Michael Ottersen June 4 – 8 Monday through Friday 9 AM to 12 Noon Art Practices: Mixed Media, Encaustic, and Collage with Lea Anderson June 4 – 8 Monday through Friday 2 PM to 5 PM Color – In Theory and Practice with Chandler Wigton June 9 – 10 Saturday and Sunday 9 AM to 4 PM Painting in Oils – Working with Multiple Figure Compositions with Cynthia Rowland June 11 – 15 Monday through Friday 9:30 AM to 4:30 PM How to be Your Own Best Critic with Vasili Katakis June 18 – 22 Monday through Friday 9 AM to 12 Noon

Introduction to Children’s Book Illustration with Neecy Twinem June 18 – June 22 Monday through Friday 1 PM to 4 PM

Exploring Portraiture with Egg Tempera and Mixed Media with Julia Lambright July 30 – August 3 Monday through Friday 9 AM to 4 PM

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Understanding Watercolor with Ruth Adrews-Vreeland July 5 – 8 Thursday through Sunday 9:30 AM to 3:30 PM

Drawing the Figure with John Reger Sunday, May 20 4:30 PM to 6:30 PM

Traveling with Watercolor with Frank Fuchs July 9 – July 13 Monday through Friday 10 AM to 4 PM Creative Printmaking with Laura LoTurco-Gorian July 14 – 15 Saturday and Sunday 9 AM to 4 PM Drawing the Figure from Life with John Reger July 16 – 20 Monday through Friday 9:30 AM to 4:30 PM Japanese-Style Woodblock Printing without a Press with Mary Sweet July 23 – 27 Monday through Friday 9 AM to 3 PM

EXHIBITS Black & White an exhibition of black & white drawings and black & white photographs April 17 – May 26 The Art of the Flower an exhibition of prints, drawings and paintings June 5 – July 14 Reception: June 16 Saturday, 5 PM to 7 PM Howard Wexler & Siegfried Hahn A Retrospective July 24 – August 11 Reception: August 4 Saturday, 5 PM to 7 PM

CALL FOR ENTRIES Lay of the Land – New Mexico Entry deadline: June 9 prospectus available now Nocturne Entry deadline: September 1 prospectus available now

For registration and more detailed information visit newmexicoartleague.org All classes are held at 3409 Juan Tabo NE Albuquerque, NM (505) 293-5034 Gallery hours: 10 AM to 4 PM Tuesday – Saturday


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TOP TIX by STEPHANIE HAINSFURTHER

Take Center Stage! Next to our exciting Top Tix column by renowned performing arts critic Stephanie Hainsfurther. Take advantage of this one-of-a-kind 3.25” x 12”ad size and guaranteed placement.

This is a front row seat opportunity. Don’t miss it. Santa Fe Brenda Fannon: 352.282.6288 brenda@localflavormagazine.com Andrea Nagler: 505.986.0260 andrea@localflavormagazine.com Margret Henkels: 505.501.2290 hmargret@gmail.com Albuquerque Dan Shaffer: 505.573.9333 dan@localflavormagazine.com

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KENTUCKY DERBY & CINCO DE MAYO CELEBRATION Saturday, May 5th

Watch the Derby in the Staab House Bar Mint Juleps and more Post Time: 4:34 pm Mountain Time Celebrate Cinco de Mayo on the patio from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm Tequila Donkey | Nacha Mendez Trio Margarita and Taco Bars

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Purple Adobe Lavender Farm crafts • tours • shop • food • music • lavender

Mother’s Day at the Lavender Farm May 13, 10 am - 5 PM

q Take Mom out for a special day at the Lavender Farm. Celebrate with us the Grand Opening of the Garden Shed and Zen Nursery with Special Mother’s Day herb and flower baskets for $22.00 regular $35.00. We will have lots of flowers and color to pick from, and of course our lovely lavender plant selection to adorn your garden. Mom can choose from lovely pots and plants and we will plant it for her right here in the nursery. Have brunch in the tea house, walk the labyrinth and visit the lavender shoppe with wonderful scents of natural lavender bath and body products. Mom will enjoy a complimentary hand treatment, and special prices on lavender products just for Mother’s Day. Visit the web site for more information about Mother’s Day at the Lavender Farm.

See you at the farm... Located on HWY 84 between mile marker 210 & 211 in Abiquiu - follow the purple flags.

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Eventually, Toner found himself back in Santa Fe, running a fly shop called The Reel Life. That’s when it clicked to merge his love of fishing with more erudite talents. “I just thought since I was working in a business that required healthy ecosystems, the idea of working in conservation was very attractive,” he says. In a 2010 letter to The Santa Fe New Mexican, Toner identified himself as a “realist” in conservation, writing about how he visited with members of New Mexico’s Congressional delegation to talk about the future of the energy industry in the state. “I’m a fly-fishing guide, a fly-shop manager and an active member of my local Trout Unlimited chapter,” he wrote. “I benefit directly from outdoor tourism dollars that come in the form of lodging stays, restaurant purchases, license purchases, gear and tackle purchases and all the other little fits and starts anglers make on their way to the river to see some of the best New Mexico has to offer. But I’m also a realist. I know the oil and gas industry in our state is very important economically, which is why, as I met with members of Congress, I wasn’t shouting from the far left about the perils of development. Rather, I delivered my message from the middle. I’m a businessman, and I understand how developing our resources is good for the bottom line, particularly here in New Mexico where destitution can be a single lost paycheck away. But I couldn’t lie to these folks, either. Just as the roughneck or the rig foreman is dependent upon minerals for his livelihood, I depend on the water for mine. We are literally one spill away from disaster in Northern New Mexico…” Such realism can be seen in how his organization collaborates with local communities and industries on conservation efforts, such as work done by Trout Unlimited and others, including Chevron Corporation, on the restoration of the Red River in Questa. The collaborative efforts sometimes put Toner in the crossfire of two political perspectives, one arguing that environmental protection stands against economic development and the other arguing economic development stands against environmental protection. But for Toner, economy and the environment go hand-in-hand, and he’s now working to pitch to Northern New Mexico communities that the state fish could be a big tourism draw. The Rio Grande cutthroat is the only trout native to Northern New Mexico’s waters, but it’s threatened by the expansion of non-native trout, climate change and other factors. It’s a beautiful fish; the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service describes it as distinguished by red to orange slashes in the throat and lower jaw, with irregular black spots on the dorsal fin. Toner has a more succinct, and locally apt, description of the state fish’s characteristics: It looks like a red chile enchilada. According to the U.S. Forest Service, the cutthroat is native to streams in the Rio Grande Basin, including the Carson and Santa Fe National Forests, yet over the years, its population has shrunk and is found in less than 10% percent of its historic range. For Toner, the fish symbolizes his efforts and struggles in preserving Northern New Mexico’s land-based traditions. On the one hand, he credits Trout Unlimited’s recent stream restoration work in Comanche Creek in Northern New Mexico’s Carson National Forest for keeping the fish off the endangered species list. Toner says the creek had been badly damaged by historic hydraulic mining, logging and grazing. Joining an effort pioneered by Santa Fe’s Quivira Coalition, Trout Unlimited secured grant money from Coca-Cola to advance local restoration efforts, using logs and rocks to restore reliable streamflows. Now the Rio Costilla (of which Comanche Creek is a tributary) 28

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stands as the “largest contiguous Rio Grande cutthroat habitat in New Mexico,” he says. But there are also arguments, as articulated in a federal lawsuit filed against the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, that the Rio Grande cutthroat deserves a spot on the agency’s list of endangered species. For his part, Toner still believes New Mexico’s state fish is in a precarious position due to climate change, habitat degradation, and competition from non-native trout. One challenge he’s trying to tackle is how to preserve the cultural memory, and therefore significance, of the fish, which is at risk of disappearing as it breeds with non-native rainbow trout. “One of the biggest problems is people thinking a trout is a trout is a trout,” Toner says. “So a lot of the folks who might resist cutthroat trout restoration efforts might think, ‘I love brown trout.’” With nearly five decades of fishing in New Mexico, he describes how younger generations are losing cultural memory of the fish. “No other trout lived in New Mexico 300 years ago, and even 120 years ago, and you need to be somewhat advanced in age to know what that means because they’re more and more inaccessible as they retreat to headwater elevations…” he says. “We need to show the significance of this fish to younger generations or we’ve lost.” While Toner doesn’t encounter much resistance to his efforts to preserve a native fish, he sees the cutthroat’s decreasing ranks to be a result of a complacency toward how much its habitat is changing around us. Preserving the local fish means enlisting communities to preserve grass, soil and water, and an awareness that all life is connected, he says. It’s Toner’s hope that fishermen come to understand all the hard work and political lobbying it takes in Washington and in New Mexico’s Roundhouse to make that happen. W​hen people know and love something they fight to keep it and he stands as an example of those​ who love the natural gifts of New Mexico and who a​ re at the forefront of preserving it for all of us.  ​ After his first catch, Toner says he found himself staring at subsequent trout he caught in awe of their design. He began releasing them after realizing how spectacular a living trout looked compared to a dead one, thinking God did an “absolute perfect job in designing this being.” “I like trout more than I like fishing for them,” he says. For more information on the

initiatives of Trout Unlimited

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SPRING MENU AT THE BLUE HERON RESTAURANT Enjoy Chef Rocky Durham’s farm-to-table cuisine at our Blue Heron Restaurant overlooking our tranquil pond.

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Help us kick off our very favorite season of the year by joining us for any of these exciting upcoming events: Walks with Wes (farm tours with our amazing Garden and Landscape Manager and team), art and architecture tours, one of our many lavender distillations and educational experiences, yoga classes on our serene, beautiful property, lavender cocktails at Campo, a delectable lavender long table or wine dinner and so much more. Visit our website for details and tickets, and check back often for updated programming. See you soon!

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Free Events for OLLI Members (Albuquerque Location)

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Local Flavor Magazine May 2018  

For anyone who lives in this pristine land of enchantment, you know a sense of contentment is so easily within our grasp. As your mom used t...

Local Flavor Magazine May 2018  

For anyone who lives in this pristine land of enchantment, you know a sense of contentment is so easily within our grasp. As your mom used t...