Highlights from the Week of September 6, 2021
There's a lot going on in the City Different!
Public Participation in Planning
The City is hosting the second Midtown Moving Forward Planning Sessions on September 23-25, giving community members a chance to learn about and weigh-in on alternatives for the physical development of the Midtown District. The City is also sponsoring a series of fun, creative, inclusive, and interactive events located at the Midtown site throughout September and October. Click for more info and have a hand in planning the future of your hometown.
150+ CHART Team Applicants!
Artful Life was pleased to receive more than 150 applications to be part of the CHART project team. The CHART co-directors will hire 8-12 core team members by the end of the month, then their training will begin. Follow CHART Santa Fe on Facebook and Instagram, visit chartsantafe.com, and sign up for updates here.
Last Chance(s): River Talks
There are only two more River Talks lined up for this year's series: "How to Become a Watershed Super Hero" on Sept. 18, and "Why Rain Gardens?" on Sept. 22. Visit the River & Watershed Section of our website for more on each talk, and feel free to email Zoe Isaacson (zrisaacson@santafenm.gov) with any questions or to reserve a spot.
It's Time for Another
Keep Santa Fe Beautiful's fall neighborhood litter cleanup is next Saturday, September 18, from 9 a.m. to noon. The annual event, hosted in partnership with our Environmental Services and Parks Divisions, brings together volunteers from across the city to help clean up litter in public spaces.

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