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<div>{{Complex Systems Summer School 2015}}<br />
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<br />
CSSS participants come from a wide range of disciplines. Participants are encouraged to share their knowledge by organizing their own tutorials. <br />
<br />
You can schedule your own tutorial here, they will be held in the ESL study hall. Please do not schedule during other CSSS Lectures. <br />
<br />
try to use this template:<br />
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=='''Tutorial: Skilled action, complex systems science and the Free Energy Principle''' ==<br />
'''Speaker: Jelle Bruineberg''' <br><br />
'''Date & Time: June 11th, 20:00''' <br><br />
'''Motivation and content: Quite some people seemed to be interested in the "Variational Approaches to Mind and Life" project that we are trying to get of the ground. Apart from this, some people were curious how philosophy relates to complex systems science. I would like to present my own work on skilled action and relate it to complex systems science. After this, I will sketch how the Free Energy Principle (the principle to be studied in the Variational Approaches to Mind and Life group) relates to this work. This is the point, where, I hope, the presentation part will stop and the brainstorm/discussion session will take over.''' <br><br />
'''Prerequisite: Being open to a bit of philosophy :)''' <br><br />
'''Slides: will follow''' <br><br />
'''Paper: [http://journal.frontiersin.org/article/10.3389/fnhum.2014.00599/abstract]''' <br><br />
<br />
=='''Introduction to NetLogo''' ==<br />
'''Speaker:''' Christine Harvey (ceharvey@mitre.org)<br><br />
'''Date & Time:''' June 16th 7pm in Tutorial Room<br><br />
'''Motivation and content:''' Basic introduction to NetLogo for new users/programmers. Quick overview of the screens, language and possibilities. And standard documentation practices for the model. Walkthrough editing a model.<br><br />
'''Prerequisite:''' Download and install NetLogo (https://ccl.northwestern.edu/netlogo/download.shtml)<br><br />
'''Interested people:'''<br />
* <br />
<br />
<br />
=='''Tutorial: R, EDA, a bit of geo-mapping''' ==<br />
'''Speaker:''' Brent Schneeman <br><br />
'''Date & Time:''' Tuesday June 23, 7pm (1900) <br><br />
'''Motivation and content:''' The "Great Circles" t-shirt design generated some interest in how it was done. I'll walk through the code showing how R can access the Google Maps API and generate great circle arcs. Along the way, we'll look at generating simple descriptive plots of a dataset that will likely resonate with you (because you heard Shalizi talk about kernel density estimates). If we're lucky, we'll be able to translate the arcs and the world map longitudinally. A teensy bit of github will also be shown. I do not claim to be any sort of expert in anything demo'ed, but bring your questions anyway. <br><br />
'''Prerequisite:''' Minimal: none, but if you want to type along, install [http://cran.r-project.org/ R] and [http://www.rstudio.com/products/RStudio/#Desk RStudio] (and maybe [http://git-scm.com/ git]). Maximal: you've checked out the [https://github.com/schnee/csss-geo CSSS-geo] code from github, OR you've clicked the little "Download ZIP" button (lower right hand side of the [https://github.com/schnee/csss-geo CSSS-geo] page) and have decompressed into a folder. <br><br />
'''Slides:''' [https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1HzKfmb4ARChrviMavlGkWqxNCD0P8Q_E62f9xktOHjY/edit?usp=sharing Google] <br><br />
'''Source Code:''' [https://github.com/schnee/csss-geo CSSS-geo] <br><br />
'''Interested:'''<br />
*Christine<br />
*Glenn<br />
*Chris<br />
*Song Binyang<br />
*Jakub<br />
*Alejandro<br />
*Haitao Shang<br />
*Jarrod Scott<br />
* Nilton Cardoso<br />
* Matt Ingram<br />
<br />
=='''Python: A Crash Course''' ==<br />
'''Speaker:''' Richard Barnes <br><br />
'''Date & Time: June 17 @ 7pm'''<br><br />
'''Motivation and content:''' This tutorial assumes some familiarity with programming and covers basic interaction with Python, pros and cons of using it as a language, and a summary of some of its useful packages. If there are particular things you'd like covered, or if you'd like to co-instruct, drop me a line (rbarnes@umn.edu). A few people have expressed interest on following up on this tutorial by teaching workshops on specific packages for networking, machine learning, and scientific computation.<br><br />
'''Prerequisite:''' Have [https://www.python.org/downloads/ Python] installed on your computer ([http://continuum.io/downloads Anaconda] is an easy way to get this set up). Please have a code editor installed, [https://www.sublimetext.com/ SublimeText] is an excellent choice.<br><br />
'''Interested people:''' <br />
<li> Kiki(no background at all)<br />
<li> Glenn Magerman (no background, only R, Stata)<br />
<li> María Pereda (no background in Python, but I like programming, R, Netlogo, Matlab, C, CUDA)<br />
<li> Laurence (no Python, only R, C++, ..)<br />
<li> Valery (no background in Pyton, only R and Netlogo)<br />
<li> Song Binyang (know a little about Python)<br />
<li> Tolga Oztan (some Python, mostly R)<br />
<li> Jakub (No python, so far Java, Matlab)<br />
<li> Anna(no background in Python, but would love to learn)<br />
<li> Sola...(no background in Python. Proficient in STATA)<br />
<Ii> Jeroen de Wilde (no background)<br />
<li> Alejandro(no background in Python. C and Matlab)<br />
<li> Haitao Shang (no background in Python, only know MatLab)<br />
<li> Jarrod Scott(a little background in Python, a little better with R)<br />
<li> Nilton Cardoso (no background in Python, only R and other stat packages)<br />
<li> Urs (very little background in Python, only Matlab)<br />
<li> Matt Ingram (R, Stata, some Python)<br />
<li> Matt O (R, Mathematica, Matlab)<br />
<li> Jun (only C)<br />
<li> Brent (very very little Python. R, Java, Scala (someday....))<br />
<li> Laura (very little Python mostly R)<br />
<br />
=='''Git: A Crash Course''' ==<br />
'''Speaker:''' Richard Barnes <br><br />
'''Date & Time:''' Monday the 22nd <br><br />
'''Motivation and content:''' This course will cover the basic concepts of Git. It will walk you through creating a repository, committing changes to your code, and collaborating with others. If there are particular things you'd like covered, or if you'd like to co-instruct, drop me a line (rbarnes@umn.edu).<br><br />
'''Prerequisite:''' Install [https://www.sourcetreeapp.com/ SourceTree]. Have a code editor, preferably [https://www.sublimetext.com/ SublimeText], installed. <br><br />
'''Interested people:''' <br />
<li> Kiki (no background at all)<br />
<li> Glenn Magerman (no background)<br />
<li> Valery (no background)<br />
<li> Jakub (Used it once)<br />
<li> Will (used a little)<br />
<li> Tolga Oztan (used it once)<br />
<li> Anna (no background in this)<br />
<li> Jim Caton (no background)<br />
<li> Alejandro (no background)<br />
<li> Haitao Shang (no background)<br />
<li> Jarrod Scott (some background)<br />
<li> Nilton Cardoso (no backgroung)<br />
<li> Urs (no background)<br />
<li> Matt Ingram (no background)<br />
<li> Laurence (some background)<br />
<li> Laura (no background)<br />
<li> Juan (used a little)<br />
<br />
=='''Cloud Computing Introduction''' ==<br />
'''Speaker:''' Christine Harvey (ceharvey@mitre.org)<br><br />
'''Date & Time:''' TBD, targeting third or fourth week <br><br />
'''Motivation and content:''' This will cover an introduction to cloud computing using Amazon Web Services. This will review setting up an AWS account, launching an instance, logging on to the remote computing resource, and we can try to do a little something else as well. Open to suggestions!<br><br />
'''Prerequisite:''' Amazon account and a credit card (compute time should cost < $1) <br><br />
'''Interested people:'''<br />
* Glenn Magerman<br />
* Chris<br />
* Valery<br />
* Jakub<br />
* Anna<br />
* Alejandro<br />
* Haitao Shang<br />
* Nilton Cardoso<br />
* Jae<br />
* Matt Ingram<br />
* Laurence<br />
<br />
=='''Reproducible Research with iPython Notebooks''' ==<br />
'''Speaker:''' Christine Harvey (ceharvey@mitre.org)<br><br />
'''Date & Time:''' TBD, targeting third or fourth week <br><br />
'''Motivation and content:''' iPython notebooks are a great way to keep track of your analysis and track data manipulations. Ideal for anyone working with data sets and creating visualizations along the way. More details to follow! Example: http://ipython.org/_static/sloangrant/9_home_fperez_prof_grants_1207-sloan-ipython_proposal_fig_ipython-notebook-specgram.png<br><br />
'''Prerequisite:''' Python Install with iPython Notebooks (other packages to be listed). Easiest install is the Anaconda Install (http://continuum.io/downloads)<br><br />
'''Interested people:'''<br />
* Glenn Magerman<br />
* Valery<br />
* Song Binyang<br />
* Tolga Oztan<br />
* Anna<br />
* Nilton Cardoso<br />
* Matt Ingram<br />
* Brent<br />
* Jakub<br />
* María Pereda<br />
* Cobain<br />
* Laura<br />
* Ilaria<br />
<br />
=='''Topological Data Analysis - Persistent homology''' ==<br />
'''Speaker:''' Alice Patania <br><br />
'''Date & Time:''' Sunday, June 21st, 7pm <br><br />
'''Content:'''The tutorial will be a short introduction to topological data analysis and its applications to complex systems. I will try to illustrate the utility of these class of methods in several real world examples, and give some computational tools to apply them.<br><br />
'''Motivation:''' Topological Data Analysis is sensitive to both large and small scale patterns that often fail to be detected by other analysis methods, such as principal component analysis, (PCA), multidimensional scaling, (MDS), and cluster analysis. PCA and MDS produce unstructured scatterplots and clustering methods produce distinct, unrelated groups. These methodologies sometimes obscure geometric features that topological methods can capture.<br><br />
'''Prerequisite:''' <br><br />
'''References:''' <br><br />
'''Interested people:'''<br><br />
1. Nilton <br><br />
2. Jean-Gab <br><br />
3. Jakub <br><br />
4. Richard <br><br />
5. María Pereda <br><br />
6. Laura <br><br />
7. Matt Ingram <br><br />
8. Glenn Magerman <br><br />
9. Ilaria <br><br />
10. Andy <br><br />
11. Chris <br><br />
12. Andre <br><br />
13. Alejandro <br><br />
14. Susanne <br><br />
<br />
=='''NetworkX: Exploring Python's network library and what you can do with it''' ==<br />
'''Speaker:''' Carolina Mattsson and possibly others (carromattsson@gmail.com)<br><br />
'''Date & Time:''' Monday June 22- 5:30pm <br><br />
'''Motivation and content:''' We'll be having four (!) lectures on networks. Thankfully some of those giants on whose shoulders we stand have built excellent libraries in python, R, and C that make playing around with networks a whole lot easier. In this tutorial we'll be digging into python's network library - NetworkX - and some things it can be used for. Network libraries in other languages have similar functionality, so don't let the python scare you. Having this after the network lectures means we can directly incorporate things that Newman talks about. I'll most likely use iPython notebook as a teaching tool, but if you don't want to install we can work around. There are people other than me who also know NetworkX quite well, if that's you and you want to help, just let me know!<br><br />
'''Prerequisites:''' Some Python knowledge - Richard's tutorial would be enough! <br><br />
'''Interested co-instructors:'''<br><br />
1. Carolina <br><br />
2. <br><br />
'''Interested people:'''<br><br />
1. Jakub <br><br />
2. Laura <br><br />
3. Matt Ingram <br><br />
4. Chris <br><br />
5. Glenn <br><br />
6. John <br><br />
7. Alejandro <br><br />
<br />
=='''Basic examples of dummy variable use in econometrics applied to some Prof. Wooldridge datasets''' ==<br />
''' Speaker:''' Nilton Cardoso <br><br />
''' Date & Time:''' Thu, Jun 25, 7:00 PM <br><br />
''' Contents:''' Let´s go over some basic examples using Wooldridge´s datasets to illustrate the use of dummy varibales in econometrics. <br><br />
''' Motivation:''' Dummy variables in econometric models can capture group/ categories effects and are very useful in estimating different patterns within the sample. <br><br />
''' Prerequisite:''' Install R Studio (http://www.rstudio.com/products/rstudio/download/); selected csv data from Wooldridge data sets (http://www.cengage.com/aise/economics/wooldridge_3e_datasets/)<br><br />
''' References:''' http://www.amazon.com/Jeffrey-M.-Wooldridge/e/B001IGLWNY <br><br />
''' Interested people: '''<br><br />
1. Alice <br><br />
2. Sola<br />
<br />
=='''Modeling With NetLogo''' ==<br />
'''Speaker:''' Christine Harvey (ceharvey@mitre.org) and Keith Burghardt (keith@umd.edu)<br><br />
'''Date & Time:''' 7:00PM, June 16 <br><br />
'''Motivation:''' NetLogo is a powerful tool for Agent-Based Models (ABM) due to its ease to code, simple-to-create visualization tools, and relatively fast computation capabilities. NetLogo is written in Java, which gives this modeling environment great portability at the expense of speed compared to C or Fortran. <br><br />
'''Content:''' In this talk, I will be reviewing NetLogo for students with mild backgrounds in coding by describing the basic program environment, GUI interface, and ways to reduce performance issues through massive parallelization, and avoiding read/write race conditions that can crop up.<br><br />
'''To Install NetLogo:''' https://ccl.northwestern.edu/netlogo/download.shtml<br><br />
'''Introduction Walkthrough:''' Download the guide for the tutorial here: [[File:NetLogoTutorial.pdf]] <br><br />
'''Slides Upload: '''[[File:NetLogo_Review.pdf]]<br><br />
'''Interested people:'''<br><br />
1. Cobain <br><br />
2. Jakub <br><br />
3. Nilton <br><br />
4. Maggie <br><br />
5. Urs <br><br />
6. Laurence <br><br />
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==Friday, June 19: Summer Sessions Techno Hoedown==<br />
<br />
So a friend of mine is hosting a "techno hoedown" at his ranch north of town. Promised music, hay bales, and some good fun. <br />
<br />
Interested? Sign up here [[Summer Sessions 2015 | Summer Sessions 2015]]<br />
<br />
Federico (in Carolina's car!)<br />
<br />
==Wednesdays==<br />
<br />
St. John's College hosts a concert series on the college's athletic field every Wednesday evening from 6 to 8 p.m. These concerts are free and food/sodas are available to purchase.<br />
<br />
<br />
<br />
==Anyday.. everyday??==<br />
<br />
"Undefeated" Fuego baseball team plays at 6 everyday at Fort Marcy Field. Games are 6 dollars, beer is available in excess. Schedule is [http://santafefuego.com/santafe.asp?page=11&team=13&year=2015 here] <br><br />
<br />
We have two dates we will organize for the time being. <br><br />
<br />
Tuesday, 6/16 <br><br />
<br />
Interested?<br />
<br />
1. Matt O<br><br />
2. <br><br />
3.<br><br />
4. <br><br />
... <br><br />
<br />
Saturday, 6/20 <br><br />
<br />
Interested?<br />
<br />
1. <br><br />
2. <br><br />
3.<br><br />
4. <br><br />
... <br><br />
<br />
<br />
==CSSS Dance June 20==<br />
<br />
[[Playlist submissions for Dance]]<br />
<br />
==Soccer enthusiasts==<br />
<br />
Soccer on thursday -> CANCELLED: lecture!!!<br />
7pm at the field!<br />
<br />
Team A (white shirts)<br><br />
1. Federico<br><br />
2. ... <br><br />
3. ... <br><br />
4. ... <br><br />
5. ... <br><br />
Team B (colored shirts)<br><br />
1. ...<br><br />
2. ... <br><br />
3. ... <br><br />
4. ... <br><br />
5. ... <br><br />
<br />
==Basketball==<br />
<br />
Golden State<br><br />
1. Federico<br><br />
2. Connor<br><br />
3. ... <br><br />
Cleveland<br><br />
1. Matthew "King James" <br><br />
2. ... <br><br />
3. ... <br><br />
<br />
FYI ran into some breadloafers who said they're going to play Mondays. We should gather a crew to defeat them.<br />
<br />
==Morning Yoga==<br />
<br />
We meet at the gym at 7, there is an open space we can use. Bring a towel or a yoga mat, if you have it. <br />
Rotating leading turns, feel free to share your favourite yoga position!<br />
<br />
Mon-Thu 1 hour<br />
Fri 45 min (because of the shuttle to SFI)<br />
<br />
Interested?<br />
<br />
Ilaria <br><br />
Carolina (M,W,F)<br><br />
Alice <br><br />
<br />
==Saturdays==<br />
<br />
* Contra Dancing, 1st & 3rd Sat. Albuquerque Square Dance Center. [http://folkmads.org/events/albuquerque-events/ Details]<br />
** Interested individuals: Richard Barnes<br />
* Contra Dancing, 2nd & 4th Sat. Santa Fe Odd Fellow's Hall. [http://folkmads.org/events/santa-fe-events/ Details]<br />
** Interested individuals: Richard Barnes<br />
<br />
<br />
== Amma in Santa Fe – June 20, 2015.==<br />
http://amma.org/meeting-amma/north-america/santa-fe<br />
Free Morning Program 10am–approx. 3pm<br />
8:00am: The token line opens. To ensure everyone has an equal chance of getting an early token, please refrain from forming a line until then.<br />
8:30am: Tokens are handed out and guests are escorted to seats.<br />
10:00am: Amma enters the hall and conducts a short meditation.<br />
10:30am: Amma begins to embrace those who have come.<br />
12:30pm: Lunch is served until thirty minutes after Amma leaves the hall.<br />
About morning programs ›<br />
<br />
EVERYONE IS WELCOME<br />
To meet Amma, you will need a token which is issued on a first-come-first-served basis. Tokens are limited, so please arrive early.<br />
<br />
Location: Buffalo Thunder Resort<br />
30 Buffalo Thunder Trail <br />
Santa Fe, NM 87506<br />
United States<br />
Hotel: 877.848.6337<br />
<br />
Meeting time: Since we take 45 min to arrive the Resort, we should plan to leave at 7:15 AM.<br />
Interested:<br />
1. Nilton <br><br />
<br />
<br />
<br />
==June 20, 10:00am - Bandelier Field Trip==<br />
<br />
We're taking a trip to [http://www.nps.gov/band/index.htm Bandelier National Monument] on Saturday June 20th. Please visit the <b>[[Bandelier 2015 | Bandelier Field Trip]]</b> Page to sign up!<br />
<br />
<br />
==June 25 Rodeo de Santa Fe==<br />
<br />
<b>Thursday</b>, June 25!<br />
<br />
Come on down for the 66th annual Rodeo de Santa Fe! Watch real-life cowboys get thrown off of various species of raging livestock for their competition and your entertainment. Starts at 7:00pm, we should leave SJC about 6:00. http://rodeodesantafe.org/<br />
<br />
<b>Juni's Car</b><br><br />
1. Juni<br><br />
2. María Pereda<br><br />
3. Sara Lumbreras <br><br />
4. Sahil Garg <br><br />
5. Federico Battiston<br><br />
<br />
<b>JP's Ferrari (5 seats)</b><br><br />
1.JP<br><br />
2. Jakub Rojcek<br><br />
3. Glenn Magerman <br><br />
4. Dan Hedblom<br><br />
5. Yared Abebe<br><br />
<br />
<b>JP's Lamborghini (5 seats)</b><br><br />
1. <driver needed><br><br />
2. Junming Huang <br><br />
3. Danqing Liu <br><br />
4. Martina Steffen <br><br />
5. Song Binyang <br><br />
<br />
<b>Christine's Jeep (5 seats)</b><br><br />
1. Christine<br><br />
2. Vanessa<br><br />
3. Sola<br><br />
4. Laura<br><br />
5. Melissa <br><br />
<br />
<b>Sam's Car (5 seats total)</b><br><br />
1. Sam<br><br />
2. Matthew H<br><br />
3. Emilia <br><br />
4. Tirtha<br><br />
5. Alice<br><br />
<br><br />
<br />
<b>Sharon's Car (5 seats)</b><br><br />
1. Sharon<br><br />
2. Stefano<br><br />
3. Tolga <br><br />
4. Laurence <br><br />
5. Penny Mealy <br><br />
<br><br />
<br />
<b>Joshua's Car (5 seats)</b><br><br />
1. Joshua<br><br />
2. Chao Fan<br><br />
3. Haitao Shang<br><br />
4. Susanne<br><br />
5. <br><br />
<br><br />
<br />
<b>Needs a ride</b><br><br />
<br />
2. Kleber Neves <br><br />
3. Richard Barnes <br><br />
6. Jae B. Cho <br><br />
7. Alejandro <br><br />
8. <br><br />
9. Matt O <br><br />
11. Jean-Gab <br><br />
12. Andre <br><br />
13. Daniel Citron <br><br />
14. <br />
15. Nilton Cardoso <br><br />
16. Masa<br><br />
<br />
==Grand Canyon Trip , June 26 - June 28==<br />
'''There is a small group heading to the Grand Canyon the last weekend (leaving Jun26 afternoon, returning Jun28). We will be renting a car, the drive is about 6.5 hours. Anyone interested in joining please contact Juan or Nilton.'''<br />
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<div>{{Complex Systems Summer School 2015}}<br />
<br />
==Wednesdays==<br />
<br />
St. John's College hosts a concert series on the college's athletic field every Wednesday evening from 6 to 8 p.m. These concerts are free and food/sodas are available to purchase.<br />
<br />
<br />
<br />
==Anyday.. everyday??==<br />
<br />
"Undefeated" Fuego baseball team plays at 6 everyday at Fort Marcy Field. Games are 6 dollars, beer is available in excess. Schedule is [http://santafefuego.com/santafe.asp?page=11&team=13&year=2015 here] <br><br />
<br />
We have two dates we will organize for the time being. <br><br />
<br />
Tuesday, 6/16 <br><br />
<br />
Interested?<br />
<br />
1. Matt O<br><br />
2. <br><br />
3.<br><br />
4. <br><br />
... <br><br />
<br />
Saturday, 6/20 <br><br />
<br />
Interested?<br />
<br />
1. <br><br />
2. <br><br />
3.<br><br />
4. <br><br />
... <br><br />
<br />
<br />
==CSSS Dance June 20==<br />
<br />
[[Playlist submissions for Dance]]<br />
<br />
==Soccer enthusiasts==<br />
<br />
Soccer on thursday -> CANCELLED: lecture!!!<br />
7pm at the field!<br />
<br />
Team A (white shirts)<br><br />
1. Federico<br><br />
2. ... <br><br />
3. ... <br><br />
4. ... <br><br />
5. ... <br><br />
Team B (colored shirts)<br><br />
1. ...<br><br />
2. ... <br><br />
3. ... <br><br />
4. ... <br><br />
5. ... <br><br />
<br />
==Basketball==<br />
<br />
Golden State<br><br />
1. Federico<br><br />
2. ... <br><br />
3. ... <br><br />
Cleveland<br><br />
1. Matthew "King James" <br><br />
2. ... <br><br />
3. ... <br><br />
<br />
FYI ran into some breadloafers who said they're going to play Mondays. We should gather a crew to defeat them.<br />
<br />
==Morning Yoga==<br />
<br />
We meet at the gym at 7, there is an open space we can use. Bring a towel or a yoga mat, if you have it. <br />
Rotating leading turns, feel free to share your favourite yoga position!<br />
<br />
Mon-Thu 1 hour<br />
Fri 45 min (because of the shuttle to SFI)<br />
<br />
Interested?<br />
<br />
Ilaria <br><br />
Carolina (M,W,F)<br><br />
Alice <br><br />
<br />
==Saturdays==<br />
<br />
* Contra Dancing, 1st & 3rd Sat. Albuquerque Square Dance Center. [http://folkmads.org/events/albuquerque-events/ Details]<br />
** Interested individuals: Richard Barnes<br />
* Contra Dancing, 2nd & 4th Sat. Santa Fe Odd Fellow's Hall. [http://folkmads.org/events/santa-fe-events/ Details]<br />
** Interested individuals: Richard Barnes<br />
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==June 13: Contra dancing in Santa Fe==<br />
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7:00 pm – Lesson, 7:30-10:30 – Dancing<br />
Member $8, Non-members $9, Students half price, Under 12 free<br />
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Interested?<br />
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1. Richard <br><br />
2. Matt O <br><br />
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== Amma in Santa Fe – June 20, 2015.==<br />
http://amma.org/meeting-amma/north-america/santa-fe<br />
Free Morning Program 10am–approx. 3pm<br />
8:00am: The token line opens. To ensure everyone has an equal chance of getting an early token, please refrain from forming a line until then.<br />
8:30am: Tokens are handed out and guests are escorted to seats.<br />
10:00am: Amma enters the hall and conducts a short meditation.<br />
10:30am: Amma begins to embrace those who have come.<br />
12:30pm: Lunch is served until thirty minutes after Amma leaves the hall.<br />
About morning programs ›<br />
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EVERYONE IS WELCOME<br />
To meet Amma, you will need a token which is issued on a first-come-first-served basis. Tokens are limited, so please arrive early.<br />
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Location: Buffalo Thunder Resort<br />
30 Buffalo Thunder Trail <br />
Santa Fe, NM 87506<br />
United States<br />
Hotel: 877.848.6337<br />
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Meeting time: Since we take 45 min to arrive the Resort, we should plan to leave at 7:15 AM.<br />
Interested:<br />
1. Nilton <br><br />
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==June 20, 10:00am - Bandelier Field Trip==<br />
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We're taking a trip to [http://www.nps.gov/band/index.htm Bandelier National Monument] on Saturday June 20th. Please visit the <b>[[Bandelier 2015 | Bandelier Field Trip]]</b> Page to sign up!<br />
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==June 25 Rodeo de Santa Fe==<br />
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<b>Thursday</b>, June 25!<br />
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Come on down for the 66th annual Rodeo de Santa Fe! Watch real-life cowboys get thrown off of various species of raging livestock for their competition and your entertainment. Starts at 7:00pm, we should leave SJC about 6:00. http://rodeodesantafe.org/<br />
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<b>Juni's Car</b><br><br />
1. Juni<br><br />
2. María Pereda<br><br />
3. Sara Lumbreras <br><br />
4. Sahil Garg <br><br />
5. Federico Battiston<br><br />
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<b>JP's Ferrari (5 seats)</b><br><br />
1.JP<br><br />
2. Jakub Rojcek<br><br />
3. Glenn Magerman <br><br />
4. Dan Hedblom<br><br />
5. Yared Abebe<br><br />
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<b>JP's Lamborghini (5 seats)</b><br><br />
1. <driver needed><br><br />
2. Junming Huang <br><br />
3. Danqing Liu <br><br />
4. Martina Steffen <br><br />
5. Song Binyang <br><br />
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<b>Christine's Jeep (5 seats)</b><br><br />
1. Christine<br><br />
2. Vanessa<br><br />
3. Sola<br><br />
4. Laura<br><br />
5. Melissa <br><br />
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<b>Sam's Car (5 seats total)</b><br><br />
1. Sam<br><br />
2. Matthew H<br><br />
3. Emilia <br><br />
4. Tirtha<br><br />
5. Alice<br><br />
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<b>Sharon's Car (5 seats)</b><br><br />
1. Sharon<br><br />
2. Stefano<br><br />
3. Tolga <br><br />
4. Laurence <br><br />
5. Penny Mealy <br><br />
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<b>Needs a ride</b><br><br />
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1. Chao Fan <br><br />
2. Kleber Neves <br><br />
3. Richard Barnes <br><br />
5. Haitao Shang <br><br />
6. Jae B. Cho <br><br />
7. Alejandro <br><br />
8. Susanne <br><br />
9. Matt O <br><br />
11. Jean-Gab <br><br />
12. Andre <br><br />
13. Daniel Citron <br><br />
14. <br />
15. Nilton Cardoso <br><br />
16. Masa<br><br />
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==Grand Canyon Trip , June 26 - June 28==<br />
'''There is a small group heading to the Grand Canyon the last weekend (leaving Jun26 afternoon, returning Jun28). We will be renting a car, the drive is about 6.5 hours. Anyone interested in joining please contact Juan or Nilton.'''<br />
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