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May 1: St Phillip's Feast Day. San Felipe Pueblo, 505-867-3381.

May 3: An in-depth look at doing business with the federal government. 8 AM- Noon, Inn on the Alameda. For reservations or information, 202-496-7226.

May 1: Taste of Santa Fe. Santa Fe's best chef's compete. Sweeney Center, 505-983-4823.

May 6 & 13: Mothers Day Concert. New Mexico Pro Coro. Holy Faith Church, 505-820-7711

May 6-7: Santa Maria Feast Day. Acoma Pueblo. 800-747-0181.

May 13: Finale. The Santa Fe Symphony and Chorus. Lensic Theater, 505-983-1414.

May 18-20: Community Days. The Historic Santa Fe Plaza, 505-955-6942.

May 18-September 23: PASSAGES: TOURING THE COLLECTION WITH A DETOUR ON ROUTE 66. A chronological exhibit of postcard, paintings and photography at the Museum of Fine Arts.

May 19-20: Beethoven at the Lensic. Santa Fe Pro Musica. Lensic Theater, 505-988-4640.

May 19-20: Eldorado Arts & Crafts Studio Tour 2001. Visit with 50 artists in their studios. Art of all kinds. Pick up map at First National Bank in the Agora Center off Avenida Vista Grande, second light south of I-25 on US 285. 505-466-3433/466-2075.

May 19: The Museum of Fine Arts opens a new exhibition, HARMONY OF REFLECTED LIGHT: THE PHOTOGRAPHS OF ARTHUR WESLEY DOW. A reception will be held on the 19th at the Museum from 5:50 to 7:30 PM. The exhibition will remain open until September 9, 2001.

May 20: 16th Annual Santa Fe Century. City's largest and best bike ride, 2,000 riders. Benefits the Leukemia Socity of America. 505-982-1282.

May 25-28: The Santa Fe Screenwriting Conference featuring classes, workshops, panel discussions, live scene readings, a class for teens, and social events. Academy Award winning and nominated screenwriters will be teaching along with other successful screenwriters. Beginning, intermediate and advanced classes. 505-424-1501,

May 26-28: Jemez Red Rocks Arts & Crafts Show. Jemez Pueblo, 505-834-7235.

May 27-July22: GREETINGS FROM NEW MEXICO, a collection of postcard images featuring the people and communities of new Mexico since the establishment of Route 66 in 1926. At the Palace of the Governors.