The Santa Fe Conservation Trust’s annual community conservation celebration is going entirely virtual for the second year. So, despite COVID, you can have an evening learning more about the good work done by this nonprofit organization, enjoy entertainment, and support their efforts.
This year’s fundraiser goes live Thursday, August 26, at 7 p.m. with pre-event entertainment hosted by Jono Manson, including performances of Native American hoop dances by the Lightning Boy Foundation, plus performances by Lara Manzanares, Jaime Michaels, Indigie Femme, and Jono Manson. Then, at 7:30, the main event kicks off, with a text-to-give campaign starting about 8 p.m.
It’s only $5 to get your online access pass. You also have the option to get Wine Access Pass Packages to enable you to deepen your support for our local community and watch from home in the spirit of celebration.
Learn more about this nonprofit organization’s mission and how to support them during this virtual event here.
This article was posted by Cheryl Fallstead