4312 Cerrillos Rd.
Santa Fe, NM 87507
Phone: (505) 474-7330
Fax: (505) 474-0951
4312 Cerrillos Rd., Santa Fe, NM, US, 87507
- Phone: (505) 474-7330
- Fax: (505) 474-0951
The Genoveva Chavez Community Center, built by the city of Santa Fe, offers a number of activities. Remove stress with a game of handball or racquetball, or join in a pickup game of basketball at this recreational facility. You can swim in the Olympic-sized pool, relax in the hydrotherapy pool, or work out in the 50-meter lap pool. Try out your ice skating skills at the ice arena. Other services include a pro shop, snack bar and an indoor track. Admission fees are as follows: Children 0-10: $1.75; Youth 11-17: $2.75; Adult 18-59: $5.00; Senior 60: $3.00.
Capital City Cab operates in the city of Santa Fe and the attractive cars certainly go don't unnoticed on the streets. Their 24-hour service will take you to the airport or anywhere else you wish to go. If you want to send a package or important documents, the company will take care of it for you. The cabs are manned by courteous and friendly drivers.
First established in 1865, this non-profit, non-affiliated, full-service hospital is now housed in a modern, five-story building complete with the latest in electronic imaging technology. Boasting the only Level III trauma center in Northern New Mexico, St. Vincent's treats over 56,000 emergency patients each year. Services include an eight-bed cardiac care unit, a 13-bed pediatric unit, a transitional care unit, and new in 1992, a complete cancer center with the only 3D treatment planner of its kind in the Southwest.
No matter what faith you follow, Santa Fe Center for Spiritual Living has its doors open to welcome you. Following the philosophy founded by Ernest Holmes, this church believes in being direct communion with the Divine, without rituals, as well as in the strength of the mind to heal and control human actions and situations. Their gatherings are a lively affair, filled with music and inspirational messages.
As soon as you step into the intriguing city of Santa Fe, you notice the Spanish and Native American influences. The multi-cultural character of this bustling city is reflected in the vast number of theaters, libraries and galleries that form the backbone of Santa Fe. Best known for its art and architecture, this city, located at the base of the picturesque Sangre de Cristo range, boasts many great museums and traditional Native American markets.
The Santa Fe Convention Center, located downtown, offers 72,000 square feet of meeting space. With its state-of-the-art audio and visual equipment, it's the ideal venue for conventions and business conferences. It conveniently includes an ample parking garage, and is within walking distance of the hub of Santa Fe shops, restaurants and museums. The convention center also hosts art festivals and other large events and tradeshows.
Located on the fringes of the Cerro Gordo Park, Upaya Zen Center is a tranquil space where you can get acquainted with Zen principles. This center was founded by Joan Halifax, an eminent Buddhism teacher and a social activist. At Upaya Zen Center meditation sessions are conducted daily, they help you get away from the daily stress of life. Moreover, workshops imparting Zen principles are also organized.