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101 Orchid WORKSHOP: Growing Orchids (successfully) at Home

Back by popular demand!

In partnership with
New Earth Orchids we will be hosting an orchid growing class Saturday, October 19th.

Our last workshop with Ron filled up quick, so if you missed out in August you are in luck - because we are doing it again. Ron will have some exceptional specimens on display, give an over-view of basic orchid care, supplies needed, and field all your burning questions on repotting, pests, and where to buy mulch.

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Time: 10:30am - noon
Where: 101 Coffee
Cost: $10
RSVP: ronnewearth@icloud.com

Complimentary coffee & tea will be served.

Popping Up @ Reunity Resources

I’ll admit I fan-girled out a bit the first time I visited Reunity Resources’ Saturday Farmstand.

Not only is it awesome to see an active farm here in Santa Fe producing food right on the banks of the Santa Fe river (formerly Santa Fe Community Farm), but it is especially sweet because of Reunity’s incredible mission to educate and give back. You’ll want to visit their website and see all the amazing things they do, such as food donations to those in need, educational workshops, hosting school visits, as well as their food-waste recycling program that has diverted nearly a million pounds of food waste from the landfill every year. Yowza! Food scraps are then turned into compost which is then used to…you got it: grow more food!

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I’ll also admit I was dismayed when the Santa Fe Farmer’s Market chose to relocate their Southside summer market from our parking lot at the Plaza Contenta. Because selfishly I was looking forward to spending Tuesday afternoons shmoozing with farmers and serving cold lemonade and iced teas to our neighborhood shoppers, and maybe getting some tips on why my peppers weren’t setting. 
So I was pleased as punch when Reunity agreed to a 101 Coffee pop-up at their Saturday morning farmstand. We’ll be there every Saturday from 10am - 1pm, serving coffee drinks & lemonade under their shady trees. Come by and support locally-grown agriculture, pick some apricots, get some dirt under your finger nails, drink some coffee and hang out!

xxox
catherine

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Bringing it in-house / lunch specials / sundays in effect

We are excited to announce that over the next few weeks we will be expanding our food menu!

We got approved by the health department to start doing more in-house so we are finalizing recipes and will soon be baking many of our sweets on premise. But we will never be able to part-ways with Tesuque Village Market’s cherry danishes - they are pretty much the 101 mascot - so those will remain a mainstay.

We also added some gluten-free options:

  • apple-cinnamon oatmeal muffins

  • organic yogurt & nutty-seedy (sneedy?) granola with option to add fruit or sub-in alt milk

And coming soon: we will offer a daily lunch special & summer salad! We are working on this & should have a set revolving menu soon.

Sundays are still taking shape. We’ve had a motley crew show up these past few weeks & lend a hand weeding the patio and although it still needs some work, it’s coming together. We got some plants (parsley, tomatoes, peppers, beens, rosemary) in the the ground and the roses are budding. Next up: bocce ball! Once the summer really kicks into gear we hope our neigbors will utilize it as a space to gather & enjoy a refreshing beverage.

Hope to see you soon!

Sunday Meet-Ups starting in May 2019

101 will be open from 10am - 2pm beginning on May 5th for our neighbors to get together & kibitz on shared topics of interest.

We have a few meet-up ideas in mind (paperback swap, plaza contenta community garden club, bocce ball court building, fruit tree grafting, mahjong, sign language club, bicycle tune-ups, jam making…) but would love to host/sponsor others. So please share any suggestions you might have in the comments below, or if you would like to host/lead a sunday meet-up please email us directly. We will announce our scheduled May topics later this week.

For non-joiners: we will be serviing our regular menu plus bagels & cream cheese! So feel free to come by & just spectate if that’s your bag. All are welcome.

Closed for May Day + New Summer Hours

We will be closed Wednesday, May 1st in honor of May Day / International Workers' Day and in gratitude of the 8 hour work day. Useful to reflect on in our current climate where advances in digital communication have allowed for ambiguous boundries that benefit employers far more than workers.

101 stands in solidarity with all workers but in particular those in the service industry which make up 99% of Santa Fe… just kidding, but not really. We see you!

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Also: starting May 2nd there will be some slight changes to our hours:

Monday
CLOSED
Tuesday - Saturday
8am - 4pm
Sunday Meet-Ups (more details soon!)
10am - 2pm

Welcome to 2019

Just a quick post to say thank you to everyone who has come in to say hello & offer their well wishes. We are excited to start the new year and get the word out about our indie outpost on Santa Fe’s southside.

We also want to extend a public thank you to Ohori’s Coffee Roasters who have been so generous with their time and unparalleled knowledge. We are grateful to be working with such an excellent coffee roaster & are honored to serve their coffee.

We have enjoyed getting to know the faculty and staff at many of Santa Fe’s southside schools including: Cesar Chavez, Ortiz, Capital High, Nina Otero and the School for the Arts & Sciences. We offer a 10% discount to all educators so come by & don’t be shy about telling us about the amazing work you do.

And of course a shout out to all the Meow Wolfers who have stopped in & the librarians who have clocked the time it takes to walk (10 minutes btw) to an exceptional breakfast burrito. We see you!

Next up: we want to reach out to caregivers of young chlidren. Stay tuned for some specials geared towards getting kids & adults to come hang out together and share a delicious treat (got a suggestion? let us know in the comments below if your kid digs something in particular).

We are already looking forward to opening our patio (currently blaketed in snow) later this spring which will be an excellent spot for sipping lemonade and watching the sun set. And we are really looking forward to iced coffees & milkshakes with shots of espresso.

Sending out warm fuzzies for a productive & joyful new year to all!