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FOURTH OF JULY
- Pancake Breakfast on the Plaza, United Way 982-2002.
- Nambe Falls Ceremonial, Nambe Pueblo 455-2036.
- Santo Domingo Arts & Crafts Fair, Santo Domingo Pueblo 505-465-2214.
- Old Timers Reunion, Madrid 471-1054.
- City of Santa Fe Fireworks Display, Santa Fe High School.

July 5-7: The Museum of Fine Art hosts a film Fesival, FROM CULT TO CLASSIC: THE AMERICAN ROAD ON FILM, to celebrate the 75th Anniversary of Route 66.

July 5-8: Summer Antiquities ShowSummer Antiquities Show. Sweeney Center, 505-753-2553.

July 6-15: PhotoArts Santa Fe 2001. Showcasing Santa Fe's thriving photographic community with special gallery openings, workshops, lectures, exhibitions, studio tours, conferences and more. 505-424-1878.

July 7-September 27: The Santa Fe Farmers' Market begins operation of its second Santa Fe site at the Rodeo Fairgrounds, 3229 Rodeo Road, on Thursdays are from 3:00 to 7:00 PM. 505-983-4098.

July 7: The trail of painted ponies rounds up the latest creations by some of Santa Fe's best artists and are presented at Inn of Loretto from 3 to 5 PM. These individual works of art will then be placed in different spots around the city to join the rest of the dozens of horses in the herd in Santa Fe. 505-955-9595.

July 7-8: Wine Festival, El Rancho de las Golondrinas. 505-471-2261.

July 12-15: Art Santa Fe: 2001 is an international art fair featuring the contemporary and modern art of 40 top galleries from around the world. Sweeney Convention Center. 505-988-8883, info@artsantafe.net.

July 12-14: The The Georgia O'Keeffe Museum presents a symposium, DEFINING AMERICAN MODERNISM, as part of its opening celebration for the Museum's new Research Center. The symposium includes a keynote address by Kirk Varnedoe 505-995-0785.

July 13-Aug 20: Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival summer season. Various venues. 505-983-2075.

July 14-January 6: Site Santa Fe presents its Fourth International Biennial, BEAU MONDE: TOWARD A REDEEMED COSMOPOLITANISM. Curated by Dave Hickey. 505-989-1199

July 14: San Buenaventura Feast Day. Cochiti Pueblo, 505-465-2244.

July 15-February 3, 2002: The Route 66 Anniversary exhibit, TOURIST ICONS: NATIVE AMERICAN KITSCH, CAMP AND FINE ART ALONG ROUTE 66, will be open at the Museum of Indian Arts & Culture.

July 21-22: 30th Annual Eight Northern Pueblos Arts & Crafts Show, Nambe Pueblo. Eight Northern Indian Pueblos, 505-852-4265.

July 25-26: Feast Day, Santa Ana Pueblo. 505-867-3301.

July 28-29: Traditional Spanish Market Show and Sale. Traditional Spanish Colonial arts flourish in Santa Fe. This juried event, the largest of its kind, features carving, painting, jewelry, furniture, embroidery and more. Outdoors, on the Plaza. Winter Spanish Market at Sweeney Center Dec 1 & 2. 505-983-4038.

July 28-29: Contemporary Spanish Market Show and Sale. The Santa Fe Plaza. 505-983-2640.

July 27-29: A Children's Rainforest Odyssey. Santa Fe Aspen Ballet, James A. Little Theater. 505-983-3262.

July 30-Aug 4: Mixed Repertory. Santa Fe Aspen Ballet, James A. Little Theater. 505-983-3262.