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ACCLAIMED RIVER GUIDE AND STORYTELLER CISCO GUEVARA

AMIGOS BRAVOS "WATER MATTERS" LECTURE IN SANTA FE FEATURES
ACCLAIMED RIVER GUIDE AND STORYTELLER CISCO GUEVARA
On the evening of Tuesday, February 19, at 5:30pm, at the Santa Fe Community Foundation, Amigos Bravos will offer the seventh in a year long lecture series on "Water Matters." The lectures are free to the public and feature some of the most knowledgeable and dynamic speakers in the state, including writers, scientists, poets, environmental activists, and scholars.
Amigos Bravos is delighted to present Cisco Guevara as the February "Water Matters" lecturer.

Francisco "Cisco"Guevara
Guevara is not one of those "storytellers" that make you wince, he's the real deal. Charismatic, and delivering his adventures with laid back irony, Guevara charms. He honed his storytelling craft around campfires deep in the river canyons of northern New Mexico. A river runner since his teenage days in Los Alamos, "the Atomic City," he has become a New Mexico legend: instantly recognizable by his black hat, which was shaped - like the basalt rocks in the Rio Grande Gorge - by the organic power of the river, and famous for his vast knowledge of local lore. In 2010, he was named one of the Top Ten River Guides in New Mexico.
Guevara's stories range from his rebellious youth, to tales that draw on his Hispanic and Native American heritage, to hair-raising adventures in the wilderness, to haunting tales of love and loss. A headliner at the Taos Storytelling Festival for the past 11 years, Cisco performs regularly for groups in Santa Fe and Albuquerque, and has told his stories to rapt audiences in London and Paris. To listen to an interview with Guevara, conducted by Mary-Charlotte Domandi, tune in to KSFR, Santa Fe Radio Cafe, on Monday, February 18, at 8:05am, MT, 101.1 FM. If you miss the interview, google Santa Fe Radio Cafe, and write "Cisco Guevara" in the search box.
The Santa Fe Community Foundation is located between Old Santa Fe Trail and Acequia Madre, at the corner of Paseo de Peralta and Hanola. For more information, call[masked]-3874.

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  • Delia A.

    First time meet-up member, looking forward to it!

    March 19, 2013

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