Winter Program Directory

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Sports and Athletics

After-School Tennis

After-school tennis programs are underway at the Santa Fe Tennis and Swim Club. Program offers two and three-day a week group lessons for ages 8 and up, beginners through advanced. Scholarships available. Located at our beautiful facility in the Museum Hill neighborhood, at 1755 Camino Corrales. Call (505) 988-4100, email, or visit for more information.

New Mexico Fencing

New Mexico Fencing Foundation is Santa Fe’s only full-time facility dedicated to fencing. The club offers a relaxed, supportive environment that builds the skills that make a successful youth fencer — whether training to be a recreational athlete or an international competitor. Classes and private coaching are available for youth and teen fencers. Equipment is provided for beginning classes. 1306 Clark Road, Santa Fe. Contact, or register at

Santa Fe Climbing Center

After-school classes emphasize fun and games while introducing your child to climbing with a qualified instructor. Spring Sessions: Jan 10th through March 13. Mon, Wed – 3:30 to 5:00pm and Fri – 1:00 to 2:30pm – Ages 5-8.  Tues, Thurs, Fri – 3:30-5pm: Ages 9 – 12.  Saturdays 12:30-2:00pm Ages 9 – 12. Sundays 12:30-2:00pm Ages 5 – 8.  Call (505) 986-8944 or visit

Santa Fe Skate School 

Indoor ramps for year-round fun! After-school and home school programs are now underway. Sessions and lessons for all abilities, ages 3 and up. Skateboards and gear provided to get started, with a complete shop specializing in safety gear. Curriculum includes skateboard homework and exploring the history of skateboarding using our museum and video library. Birthdays, parents’ nights out and monthly events. 825 Early Street #H. For more information, call (505) 474- 0074 or visit


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Belisama Irish Dance

Belisama Irish Dance is now partnered with Rhythm Sol Santa Fe to bring you expanded offerings of Creative Movement alongside our Irish Dance classes. Ages 2+ as well as parent and child classes. Performance and competition opportunities available. See our website for more information and contact details.

Dragonfly Art Sudio

Now enrolling for In-studio “After-school art classes”, “no-school art days” and our “Holiday workshops”. Celebrate creatively with customized art birthday parties, holiday gatherings, and get-togethers with family in the studio or on Zoom across the country! (Materials provided.) Enroll yourself or your child to discover your inner artist. Custom art classes stimulate imagination, creativity, and experimentation with a wide range of art media and materials to inspire the Art Zone through life. Visit or call Oceanna, (505) 670-5019.

Entreflamenco Youth Outreach Flamenco and Spanish Dance

Ongoing classes through the year. Ages 7 to 16 learn to dance and gain performance opportunities. Space is limited. Entreflamenco Santa Fe School of Flamenco is located at 135 West Palace Avenue on the second floor. Call (505) 209-1302 for more information.

JF Mazur Art Studio

Afterschool & Homeschool art classes introduce children to fine art media such as acrylic paint, watercolor, charcoal, ink, graphite and much more. Each lesson introduces students to a new artist like Gustav Klimt, Georgia O’Keeffe, and Amy Sherald, or a new concept such as perspective, composition, and light/shadow.  Students will improve their skills in drawing and painting as well as enrich their love of art and art history.  Classes meet Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Ages 5-12 & 10-15. For more information about registration, visit us at, call 240-321-9212 or email

Karen Parsons Piano Studio

Piano lessons for ages 6 and up. Experienced teacher with BS in piano performance and MA in piano pedagogy. Students are encouraged to play in four informal recitals per year and participate in piano festivals. Music theory is presented along the way. Alfred method books are used along with supplemental music, which often helps motivate students to practice and perform for friends and family. Classical repertoire is learned asap. Oshara neighborhood, close to SFCC. We teach adults, too! Contact Karen Parsons, (505) 428-0997, or

NDI-New Mexico at the Dance Barns

Over 70 classes per week to choose from including ballet, jazz, tap, modern, theater, fusion, jazz, pointe, hip-hop and voice. Teen and adult classes available. Visit or call (505) 983-7646.

Santa Fe Youth Symphony Association

Music and performance education for young musicians (2nd – 12th grade) in orchestra, chamber music, mariachi, and jazz. Elementary Strings Program: After-school classes in beginning viola, violin, and cello w/ instrument. Auditions for performance groups are available in January, May, and August/September. Strict Covid-safe protocols. For details: visit, call (505) 672-5565 x 202, or email


Aspen Santa Fe Ballet School 

Learn in a supportive environment that fosters confidence, technique and artistry. Classes for children ages 3 and up in creative dance, ballet, jazz, folklórico, modern and more. Performance opportunities. Call (505) 983-5591. Enroll online at


Wise Fool Winter Break Camp

Wise Fool camps and classes allow kiddos to run away with the circus, without leaving home! At the Winter Break Camp, for ages 7 to 12, students learn stilt-walking, unicycling, aerial fabric, trapeze, juggling, puppet- making, clowning and more, all in a safe, non-competitive environment. Camps fill up quickly. Camp runs 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Dec. 16 to 20, for $285, with before- and after- care options. Tuition assistance is available. Register at or call (505) 992-2588. Wise Fool Studios, 1131-B Siler Road, Santa Fe.



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Tutoring & Learning

May Center for Learning

May Center for Learning provides after-school tutoring in reading, writing and math and coaching in executive functioning skills. In addition, we offer academic language therapy for students with dyslexia and related learning differences. May Center also provides educational evaluations that diagnose learning differences. May Center is located at 1200 Old Pecos Trail, Santa Fe. Please call (505) 983-7407 for May School or (505) 780-5439 for May Center Tutoring and Evaluation, or visit for more information.

Santa Fe Children’s Museum Winter Camp

2021 Winter Explorers Camp, two wondrous weeks of winter break fun! (Ages 5-8). Explore the magic world of wizardry and adventure into the arctic with us! Campers will be enchanted by our weekly themes and educated through art, science, and play each day! The jam-packed program includes STEAM activities led by our experienced museum educators, special private playtimes both inside and out, and weekly presentations of real animals by the New Mexico Wildlife Center!

Week 1: Dec 20th-24th: Winter Wizard Lab: a whimsical investigation of imagination and ingenuity. Craft a mysterious cloak, design a wonderful wand, and keep note in your secret handmade spellbook to answer the question, will it fly, float, or disappear?

Week 2: Dec 26th-30th: Arctic Animal Adventure: Gear up and learn about the most treacherous of tundras. Make an LED lantern from scratch, cook a fish with fire, build a survival fort and get creative with creatures through costuming and experiments!

Si habla español.  Limited space is available. Register at

Santa Fe Lowrance Family YMCA

The Santa Fe Family YMCA offers After-School Programs (Elementary School Age) and Out-Of-School-Time Day Camps. These programs provide a fun, safe place to go during out-of-school time. We include learning experiences in which children can build on literacy, math, science, art, health and wellness and social skills. Homework assistance is provided.  So that you may plan ahead the YMCA will be offering an Out-of­School-Time Winter Camp in December.  Please contact the Y at 505-595-1515 extension 4 or visit our website at

Santa Fe School for The Arts and Sciences

Delve into a new experience at Santa Fe School for the Arts and Sciences! Enrichment programs for students third through eighth grade including Dungeons and Dragons, Tang Soo Do (Korean martial arts), Rhythm Drum Club, Soccer, Math Club, Beginning Group Guitar and Art Studio, in a supportive, hands-on expeditionary learning environment. Bright minds. Kind hearts. Whole child. Students from other schools are welcome but must provide their own transportation. Contact, call (505) 438-8585 or visit


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