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In 2020, Zozobra for the first time burned without a large live audience. Instead, Old Man Gloom’s fiery end was shared online and was viewed by 363,773 households in all 50 states and 14 other countries, the Kiwanis Club of Santa Fe reports. Read about the 2021 Zozobra art contest here. Here’s an update about the good this gloomy Gus did in the Santa Fe area from the Kiwanis Club. Despite the daunting challenges of COVID-19, the Kiwanis Club of … Read More
Education doesn’t have to end when you earn a diploma. Continuing education courses are a great way to improve job skills, enhance knowledge for hobbies, or just learn about something that piques your interest! One opportunity for lifelong learning is through Santa Fe Community College’s Continuing Education program. Here’s what they have to say about fall 2021 courses. Santa Fe Community College announces the SFCC Fall Continuing Education Schedule is now available online. Visit https://www.sfcc.edu/ce for tips on registering and to view the variety of … Read More
If you think you’ve seen everything that shines in New Mexico, just look up at the night sky from Cosmic Campground and you’ll find even more to admire. Las Cruces astrophotographer Bob Kimball, a retired college dean from Michigan, describes it as a place where coyotes serenade visitors during the beautiful, quiet nights. When he visits, he is often accompanied by his 4-inch refracting telescope as well as other astrophotographers from Las Cruces. Cosmic Campground International Dark Sky Sanctuary (CCIDSS), … Read More