Wellesley in New Mexico Memorial Day Event, May 30 at Ghost Ranch

Wellesley in New Mexico

Dear [first_name],

Happy Spring. Thanks to all who joined in the April Placitas event. It's always fun to share stories, ideas, and experiences. Again special thanks to hostess Lisa Robbins for opening her family home to Wellesley alumnae.

 

Memorial Day, Monday, May 30

Next on the horizon is the Ghost Ranch event you asked for. Tours, trail rides, hiking and just hanging out are on the agenda for Memorial Day, Monday, May 30.

 

Click here to visit our club website for more details about overnight accommodations available on Sunday night (505.685.1000 ext. 1) and planned Monday activities that require reservations. Of course, you are free just to sit and enjoy the views. If you are just coming for the day of hiking or relaxing, there is a $5.00 conservation fee payable at the Welcome Center that allows access to hiking trails, labyrinth, Museums, bathroom facilities and campus grounds. Feel free to bring your own picnic or lunch is available for $11, served from noon-1:00 p.m. Please email Anna Maria at amosfnm@msn.com to reserve lunch, payable upon arrival at the dining hall. We'll find a place to gather on the porch, weather permitting.

Santa Fe Opera Apprentice Showcase, Sunday, August 14

Performance begins at 8:00 p. m. $15 for adults and $5 for youth (ages 6-22). So that we can be seated somewhat close together, please reserve in Rows y,z and AA of the main floor toward the 102 aisle which is to the right of the screen in the middle section. Click here to reserve tickets or call 505-986-5900 or 800-280-4654.

 

Fall Events

Wellesley Day to Make a Difference is September 17. If you have a non-profit group that would like some help on a project, let's coordinate those in your area to help out. The Santa Fe Women's Club needs help with their annual yard sale, but the work on that will be in October. More info on that project coming soon.
 
November - To Be Determined
We are hoping to have another Wellesley Professor attend.


Other News
https://newmexico.alum.wellesley.edu

Please visit the website and read more about the spring event. There is a sign-up area for the event. Please register if you plan on attending, and your name will appear in a "who's coming list" on the website as soon as we reach five participants.
 

If you haven't already, there is a widget at the bottom of the home page where you can create a Wellesley login, if you don't already have one. I know that I received a username and password to the community last fall sometime. Here is the link, if you don't have a username and password.

http://www.wellesley.edu/alumnae/wellesleylogin

Club members who have a login can view and search the latest NM club directory.

 

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