Teachers Night Out: A Garden Party In Santa Fe Oct. 4

SFBG News:
 
The Santa Fe Botanical Garden is partnering with the Santa Fe Community Educators Network, made up of education directors from local nonprofits and government entities, to offer a celebration of school educators through Teacher’s Night Out: A Garden Party, 5-7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 4, at Santa Fe Botanical Garden, 715 Camino Lejo, Santa Fe.
 
This is a free opportunity for teachers (including public, private, and home school educators) to exchange information and share their love of teaching and learning. 
 
Refreshments will be served and live entertainment provided in a gorgeous outdoor setting. Educators RSVP to http://sfcommunityeducators.org/events.

Special Bonus: Attendees can enjoy free admission from 3-5 p.m. at the Museum of International Folk Art the day of the event, before walking across the street to the Botanical Garden for the party.

For more information contact:  Adria Winfield (network@sfcommunityeducators.org505.988.9715 ext 7900) or Shawna Jones (shawna@santafebotanicalgarden.org505.471.9103)

Previously known as the Teachers Resource Fair, held in 2015 and 2016, Teachers Night Out provides an opportunity for teachers to meet with local organizations that provide educational programs, field trips, professional development, and other resources to teachers and students. 

The Santa Fe Community Educators Network (SFCEN) provides a forum for education directors from local nonprofits and government entities to come together for support, conversation, and the opportunity to be inspired by one another. 

 
Members of SFCEN collaborate on community programming to provide quality experiential learning opportunities, teacher trainings, and other afterschool and extended learning programs such as for the City of Santa Fe Summer Youth Program and Twenty-first Century Community Learning initiative.

Groups include cultural organizations, foundations, environmental organizations, and public school representatives. Lead collaborators from the Santa Fe Community Educators Network include Santa Fe Birth to Career Collaboration (SF B2C) at the Santa Fe Community Foundation, Georgia O’Keeffe Museum, Museum of International Folk Art, New Mexico History Museum/Palace of the Governors, New Mexico Museum of Art, School for Advanced Research/Indian Arts Research Center, Santa Fe Botanical Garden, Santa Fe Youth Symphony Association and SITE Santa Fe.

Special thanks to the Interfaith Coalition for Public Education, Santa Fe Birth to Career Collaboration (SF B2C), Dollars4Schools, Santa Fe Community Foundation, Santa Fe Botanical Garden, Museum of International Folk Art, Los Alamos National Bank, School for Advanced Research, and Santa Fe Public Schools for their help with Teachers Night Out.

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