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|New Mexico Homeschool's
'Not Back to School' Fair
Friday, August 17, 2007 9:00AM-2PM
Taylor Ranch Community Center
4900 Kachina St NW, Albuquerque, NM 87120 (505) 768-6006
Title Wave Books; Albuquerque Home Learners; University of New Mexico; Central New Mexico; Explora; The Box Performing Space; Friends of the Rio Grande Nature Center; Popejoy Hall; Spanish Champs; New Mexico Young Actors; Newspapers in Education, Albuquerque Journal; UNM Art Museum; Mid-Rio Grande Home School Band; New Mexico State University's 4-H Program; National Atomic Museum; 516 ARTS; UNM Department of Theatre & Dance; Fractal Foundation; Mother Road Theatre Company; Rio Grande Early Music;Cub Scouts; Anderson-AbruzzoAlbuquerque Int'l Balloon Museum; City of Albuquerque's Air Quality Department; Lara Moore-Voice Teacher; X-Prize Foundation
Used Educational materials for sale
City of Albuquerque's Rock Climbing Wall
Come meet Trey of the Albuquerque Thunderbirds -Time TBA
Duke City Fencing Electric Demonstration-Time TBA
Fundamentals Gym Exhibition & Circuit-Time TBA
Kidstale-Puppet Show-10AM, 11AM, 12PM, 1PM
Meet Authors Kathy Barco (9-12PM), READiscover New Mexico-A Tri-Lingual Adventure in Literacy & Dale Taylor (9-2PM), Writers Guide to Everyday Life in Colonial America
FREE! Interested in homeschooling? Come network & find resources in our community. All educators welcome! The world is our classroom!
Contact NMHomeschoolCommunityUpdates@gmail.com ONLY registered participants will be allowed to swap and sell. Registrants are responsible for their own money and neither the community center nor myself are responsible for any issues with any transaction, that is between the buyer and seller. Should any issues arise neither myself nor the Taylor Ranch Community center are to be held liable.
This is going to be a great event, hope to see you and your families there! More surprises, more freebies and demonstration times will be announced as we get more information.
What: New Mexico Home School Community's 'Not Back to School Fair'
When: Friday, August 17, 2007
Where: Taylor Ranch Community Center, 900 Kachina St NW, Albuquerque, NM 87120 (505) 768-6006,
All tables are spoken for at this time, if you would like to be on a waiting list for this event in case of a cancellation or make a reservation for the May 2008 Event please contact Tabitha at NMHomeschoolCommunityUpdates@gmail.com
Educators swapping and selling used materials!
Free Curriculum Materials! Donated by Private and Public School Educators. All levels K-12, History, Science, Social Studies, Writing, Language Arts, Geography, American History....and more. Come early to get first choice!
REPRESENTED AT THE EVENT:
1. Albuquerque Home Learners
A diverse, yet unified organization of homeschooling families who work collectively and cooperatively to provide encouragement, support, resources, classes, fieldtrips and both social and educational activities and opportunities to its members and their children. We are working to build a fellowship which recognizes each member's valuable contribution. Our operation is based upon mutual respect, member initiative, and a democratically based decision making process. We acknowledge a responsibility to one another, as well as to our local community. We will allow our group to evolve as our enrollment, and our children, grow. PreK-12
2. Friends of the Rio Grande Nature Center (FRGNC)
The Friends of the Rio Grande Nature Center is a non-profit 50l(c)3 organization that supports the Nature Center's mission to preserve and protect the Rio Grande bosque, to educate the public about Rio Grande ecosystems and to foster positive human interactions with those systems. The Friends fund classes for over 12,000 schoolchildren each year, manage the Nature Shop, and support a number of ecological research projects. Led by a force of 170 trained naturalists, the Friends serve some 40,000 Nature Center visitors with classes, guided walks, and other educational activities.
Rio Grande Nature Center State Park
We are happy to provide programming to groups of homeshool students of 10 or more with four weeks advanced notice and someone from your organization could call ahead and pick up brochures to take if that would be useful. This summer I am working on revising our registration materials for group programming and I'll be happy to pass them on to you once I have them in place.
http://www.nmparks.com is the NM State Parks website and it can be navigated to find info about each park in the state (there are 34!)
http://www.naturediscovery.com is the website of the folks who do the summer classes for the 4-11 aged crowd.
http://www.nmnaturalhistory.org/BEG/index.html is the website of the Bosque Education Guide, a curriculum put together by a group including staff of the NM Museum of Natural History and the Rio Grande Nature Center State Park. It's an interdisciplinary K-12 curriculum with great activities for outside and in.
Rio Grande Nature Center State Park
2901 Candelaria Rd NW
Albuquerque, NM 87107
Creating opportunities for inspirational discovery and the joy of lifelong learning through interactive experiences in science, technology and art.
4. Kathy Barco, Author
READiscover New Mexico - A Tri-Lingual Adventure in Literacy
Kathy Barco, author of READiscover New Mexico – A Tri-Lingual Adventure in Literacy (and Children's Librarian at the Taylor Ranch branch of the Albuquerque/Bernalillo County Library System) will be selling and signing copies of her book from 9 am – noon. Receive a FREE Star-O-Lito with every purchase (while supplies last)!
Sunstone Press, Santa Fe
Tag along with Rosita the Roadrunner on her journey to learn about the Land of Enchantment. On the trail, meet Roja and Verde (the Chile Twins), Biscochita (a Smart Cookie), Piñon Jay, Dusty the Tumbleweed, and a town full of prairie dogs who love to read.
READiscover New Mexico, a recent theme for the Statewide Summer Reading Program sponsored by the New Mexico State Library, encourages the discovery of the vast cultural, natural, historical, and literary treasures found in our beautiful state. Children (and others, especially families) experience some of these for the very first time by visiting Rosita's ultimate source for information: the library.
Join the fun! Children will love coloring the cast of characters and sharing the adventure with their families. Among many classroom uses, teachers can present the fun story as a bi- or tri-lingual playlet. Enrichment material includes a compilation of the programs, activities, crafts, song parodies, celebrations, and bibliographies devised by the children's librarians who brought READiscover New Mexico to life in public libraries throughout the state. Also featured are riddles, New Mexico trivia, relevant websites, an extensive booklist, several recipes for Biscochitos, instructions for making Star-O-Litos, and a large collection of reproducible artwork.
Rosita's Ramble is presented in English, Spanish, and Navajo. Welcome! ¡Bienvenidos! Yá'át'ééh!
Royalties from the sale of this publication will go to the New Mexico State Library Fund at the New Mexico Community Foundation.
5. Popejoy Hall
The Popejoy Schooltime Series consists of professional and accomplished performing artists creating educational experiences to encourage and support literacy, creativity and communication across the curriculum. Join us in this exciting season of experiential and differentiated learning in language arts, math, social studies, science and literature through the mediums of music, dance, art and so much more! Laura A. Maness, Education & Community Outreach Director for Popejoy Hall on the UNM campus will bring the 07-08 Schooltime and Ovation brochures and be available to answer questions.
Laura A. Maness
Education & Community Outreach Director
MSC 04 2580
1 University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, NM 87131
6. Spanish Champs
Spanish Champs Classes: Offered in Albuquerque. We combine fun and dynamic classes with the world's best home reinforcement program. We also assess each child's language skills to determine their ongoing progress. Spanish Champs is a 7-level program that is not only fun, but challenges children at all levels of proficiency to improve listening, speaking, reading and writing skills. We also offer Champs Summer Day Camps.
Spanish Champs Resources: Based on how language is learned naturally, Spanish Champs music and video programs provide a leveled learning plan with easy to use resources that keeps learning fun and interesting. The Spanish Champs music and video programs are fun, effective, and fit into a busy schedule. Great for children 2 to 10 years old. Spanish Champs Level 1 and Level 2 resources can be purchased online for use at home, preschool, or in the classroom.
505 235 0882
7. University of New Mexico Art Museum
Dear Home School Contacts,
I'm writing to introduce you to the services and educational materials the
UNM Art Museum can provide for you and your groups.
Services: Guided field trips of current exhibitions which can be tailored
to meet the needs of your group of 10 or more children.
Materials: See our on-line lesson plans for grades K-12 on
Architecture: Defining Spaces/Defining Times;
Art, Culture, Place: Visual Traditions of the Southwest;
Art and Science: Observation and Imagination (available June 2007)
Gallery Guides on the above exhibitions.
Wide variety of exhibition cards for use in art-making activities, or as
Please contact us to schedule field trips, or to pick up Gallery Guides or
exhibition cards. Let us know how we can support your children's education.
Training and Development Consultant
University of New Mexico Art Museum
1 University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, NM 87131-0001
8. Mid-Rio Grande Home School Band
I am the director of a home school band that meets in Albuquerque. We have over 60
kids now, but I am looking to expand the band and I think your event might
be a good place to promote our group.
I teach beginning, intermediate, and advanced band to kids ages 9-19.
Currently we meet at my church at San Mateo and Indian School, but I am
trying to find a rehearsal space in Rio Rancho starting this fall for those
who don't want to drive across town.
9. 516 ARTS
516 ARTS is a non-profit arts venue exhibiting local, national, and
international professional artists. We showcase everything from
traditional art forms to cutting edge contemporary, with special
events like openings, poetry readings, and artist talks. For teachers
and educators we offer arts curriculum designed to create
interdisciplinary discourse. The curriculum includes powerpoint
slideshows of exhibitions, project ideas, discussion questions and
student worksheets. During group visits 516 ARTS staff engage groups in
discussion as opposed to the traditional idea of a "tour". We are
currently seeking to expand our programs for youth, including mural
projects on our alley wall and internship opportunities.
10. University of New Mexico, Department of Theatre and Dance
The University of New Mexico Department of Theatre and Dance has a long-term commitment to providing educational and outreach programs children, youth, and families as well as for students and teachers in area public and private schools, including Home Schools. These include:
• a season of 15-20 plays and dance concerts each year in our three venues--Rodey Theatre, the Experimental Theatre, and the Carlisle Dance Performance Space. Many are of high interest to teens and adults, some are suitable for all ages. We offer student discounts for all our productions and school matinees for several productions each season.
• Opportunities for high school students to earn high school credit for doing internships in the design and tech area (costumes, scenery, lighting, sound) and crewing or assistant stage managing for one of our productions.
• Saturday morning theatre classes for children and youth aged 4-15. These classes are offered each fall and spring semester in ten-week sessions, are very reasonably priced, and taught by UNM theatre majors under the supervision of a Theatre Education graduate student and faculty advisor. There are classes for 4-5, 6-8, 9-11, and 11-15 year olds.
• A two-week summer intensive course for middle and high school students called The Summer Academy. Classes meet from 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. and culminate in a showcase performance for friends and family.
• The annual school touring show. Each spring, the department produces and tours a one-act play for local elementary schools. These are often written by students in our MFA Dramatic Writing program. This show is available for booking from February through May. Information about the show is usually available by the preceding December.
For more information:
On the internet, visit our website at: theatre.unm.edu
By phone contact us at: 277-4332
Department of Theatre and Dance
MSC 04 2570
1 University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, NM 87131
11. Rio Grande Early Music
I am a builder / performer / teacher of recorders and other early wind instruments. I also do programs on the instruments themselves (I've guest lectured on this at Texas A &M University, where I bring about 50 different Renaissance and baroque instruments), music of different periods, and the physics of music.
I teach recorder and other early instruments privately and in groups. I can also teach an assortment of modern instruments (especially trumpet / cornet, on which I majored in college, and trombone), as well as coach ensembles of modern instruments or period ones, or mixes.
I can also do lecture / demos on instruments and historical issues tied to early performance, or lecture / hands-on on things like basic musical accoustics and physics.
Also, he will have available his book "Writers Guide to Everyday Life in Colonial America" is the result of years working in eighteenth-century living history museums. Written not just for writers, but as an introductory text for training museum staff and for social history courses, the book covers the basic concepts of American social history from 1607 through 1783. Other books cover each subject area in more detail, but none other provides these basic concepts which tie the details together.
Kidstale offers different products on puppetry about Philippine folktales (on DVD, audio CD, book) and Tagalog lessons on CD. It also offers audio transfers (cassette/records to audio CDs) and video editing.
Puppetnettes: Fairy Tales (Rumplestiltskin, Sleeping Beauty, Little Red Riding Hood) in English and in different languages: German for Rumple., French for Sleeping and Spanish for Red Riding Hood (Book/DVD)
* Shadow Puppets for Sale
* Other Puppets for Sale
* Other Puppet items
* Puppet Show (Live)
* Puppets for Commercials
* Puppet Workshops
* Promoting your events in Albuquerque
Tessie J. Greenfield/Kidstale
6100 Fourth St., PMB #290
Albuquerque, NM 87107
13. New Mexico Young Actors
New Mexico Young Actors Inc. (NMYA) provides theater arts training to young people and produces plays and musicals for the community and surrounding area schools.
As a drama school since 1979, we have the professional expertise to educate and develop an appreciation for the arts for young audiences in our community.
Our company is presently sponsored by: New Mexico Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts.
14. Salazar Sisters Page Pals
A sister owned and operated homeschool business!
Their motto is "Bookmarks with staying power!" They have several different styles and will make custom bookmarks or name bookmarks while you shop (15-20 minutes). Since most homeschoolers have an insatiable appettite for books, we hope they'll like them!
15. Mother Road Theatre Company
A new professional theatre company here in Abuquerque.
Avenues, which is our education department has recently inaugurated the New Mexico Young Playwrights Project. we are conducting literacy-based storytelling to playwrighting workhops in schools to teach state standards and playwrighting skills. the students will then be part of the new mexico young playwrights contest and festival and be submitted to the national young playwrights contest.
16. Cub Scout Pack 114
Although this one is located in Albuquerque if you are interested in joining a Cub or Boy Scout Troop please use the Local Council locator on the main site by entering in your zip code.
Cub Scout Pack 114 Leader
17. National Atomic Museum
In the fall of 2008, the National Atomic Museum will transform into the National Museum of Nuclear Science & History. Housed in Albuquerque, NM, our new facility will educate visitors of all ages on every aspect of nuclear history as well as nuclear technology of today.
245-2137 ext. 110
18. Central New Mexico
Welcome to Central New Mexico Community College (CNM)!
Katharine Winograd Chosen as New CNM President
CNM is New Mexico's largest and most comprehensive community college. For 40 years, we have built a reputation for preparing people for rewarding careers in the community, and our programs continue to grow and evolve to provide workforce and career-technical training for New Mexicans.
There's something for everyone at CNM's five locations across the Albuquerque metropolitan area -- Main Campus near downtown; Montoya Campus in the northeast heights; the South Valley Campus; the Westside Campus; and the CNM Workforce Training Center .
Occupational training courses include more than hands-on skill-building (although there's plenty of that). We also offer associate's degrees and certificates in:
* Applied Technologies
* Business & Information Technology
* Communication, Humanities & Social Sciences
* Educational & Career Advancement
* Health, Wellness & Public Safety
* Mathematics, Sciences & Engineering
We also offer classes for high school-aged students and older adults, distance learning courses, career enhancement courses offered through the CNM Workforce Training Center and more.
Details about academic programs, student services, entrance requirements, and costs are in the Course Catalog, which is available free from any of our admissions offices, and are also outlined on this website.
CNM is accredited to grant certificates and associate of applied science, associate of arts and associate of science degrees by the Academic Quality Improvement Program (AQIP) of The Higher Learning Commission, a commission of the North Central Association; 30 North LaSalle Street, Suite 2400, Chicago, IL 60602-2504 (telephone: 800-621-7440). Also, many occupational programs are accredited or approved by professional associations.
In addition to many types of financial aid available to students, the CNM Foundation raises money through donors and endowments to provide scholarships for students in a variety of programs.
We invite you to browse our website and see how CNM can benefit you. If you have additional questions, please contact us.
Welcome to CNM!
CNM Recruitment, Orientation, & Transitional Services
School Relations Director
19. Intelligent By Design
20. Fractal Foundation
The Mission of the Fractal Foundation
We use the beauty of fractals to educate and inspire people about mathematics, art, science, nature and the lessons of chaos theory.
We believe that understanding the Principles of Chaos Theory - which are so beautifully illustrated by fractals - is essential to harmonious and sustainable living. No longer is it safe to assume that the cultural, economic and ecological systems in which we live are discrete, linear, disconnected. Rather, we must begin teaching ourselves and our children that the world is a non-linear, unpredictable, interconnected complex system. This radical new paradigm, only recently realized in the new science of Chaos Theory, is still virtually absent from conventional education.
The Fractal Foundation seeks to bring these new ways of thinking into the mainstream.
Jonathan Wolfe, Ph.D.
21. Title Wave Books
Selling Gently Used Books!
22. Fundamentals Gym
Fun damentals Gymnastics is more than a facility and more than an activity. It's a community dedicated to inspiring children to believe in their unlimited potential. Through Fun damentals Gymnastics instruction, your child will improve his/her physical skills, balance, flexibility, strength, and coordination. With our individual instruction and team activities, your child will develop positive thinking skills and goal setting abilities that will carry over into the rest of his/her life.
23. Anderson-Abruzzo Albuquerque International Balloon Museum
In 1978, Albuquerque balloonists Ben Abruzzo and Maxie Anderson, along with partner Larry Newman, made history when they completed the first non-stop crossing of the Atlantic Ocean by gas balloon.
Now, a museum named in their honor is making history here in Albuquerque. The $12 million Anderson-Abruzzo Albuquerque International Balloon Museum building dominates the skyline just southeast of Balloon Fiesta Park.
The Anderson-Abruzzo Albuquerque International Balloon Museum is the world's premiere facility dedicated to the art, culture, science, history, sport and spectacle of ballooning. It features one of the finest collections of ballooning equipment and memorabilia in the world. It officially opened its doors to the public on October 1st, 2005.
The dream of building a museum to celebrate the art and science of ballooning began in the mid 1980s. The Maxie Anderson family felt that creating a museum would be a fitting way to honor the senior Anderson, who died in a balloon accident in Europe in 1983. After Ben Abruzzo's 1985 death in an airplane accident, it was decided the museum should honor Abruzzo as well.
24. New Mexico State University's 4- H Program
The 4-H youth development program is a dynamic non-formal education program.
4-H provides youth with opportunities to learn skills, gain knowledge, have fun, and make contributions in such areas as environmental education, community service, and current youth issues. The 4-H program is dedicated to providing opportunities for young people to develop leadership and management skills, positive self-esteem, effective communication skills, a solid sense of personal responsibility and the ability to make sound decisions. The life-skills learned in 4-H enable youth to become productive, well-informed, self-reliant responsible adults.
Bernalillo County 4-H Home Economist
1510 Menaul NW
Albuquerque, NM 87107
25. Newspapers in Education Albuquerque Publishing Company
The Newspapers in Education (NIE) program supports and encourages the use of newspapers as an integral component in teaching today's students in the classroom, in addition to promoting excellence in teaching and lifelong learning. More than 700 newspapers worldwide have successful Newspapers in Education programs. We currently provide newspapers for more than 900 teachers statewide. Assuming each class size is 30, and each paper is read by 2.3 readers, that's over 62,100 readers, on any given day, benefiting from our program. Teachers, students and publishers find the whole concept of NIE rewarding, exciting and fun.
D I A N N E L. C A M P B E L L
26. The Box Performing Space
1025 Lomas Blvd. NW
Albuquerque, NM 87102
27. Usborne Books
Usborne offers a variety of award winning books of unsurpassed quality. The books are fascinating, lavishly illustrated and written with humor, surprise and drama. There is a wide range of subjects covering history, science, nature, geography, math, foreign language, art, hobbies, and much more; many titles are internet-linked. With the majority of books under $10, they are also quite affordable. Usborne books are a great compliment to your home school curriculum. http://www.UsborneBookFiesta.com
Independent Educational Supervisor
Usborne Books at Home
28. City of Albuquerque's Air Quality Assurance Department
Air Quality is important to everyone! The resources on this site will keep you informed about air quality issues that may affect you and what you can do to help keep our air as clean as possible. You will also find information on ordinances, regulations and business resources pertaining to air quality.
XRT; eXtraordinary Road Trip A project to engage the participation of the general public to raise the level of awareness regarding air quality.
Therese Martinez-Loner Community Liaison
29. Lara Moore, Voice Teacher
Albuquerque and Rio Rancho will welcome Lara Moore, voice teacher to the area in April. Email her at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to set up your first lesson!
Lara is a trained Lyric Soprano who has been teaching private voice for the past three years. She beganas a jazz band/ show Choir soloist and has been featured as the lead in two musicals The Voice and The Choice .
She has performed with Greeley Colorado's community theater and sings presently with Loveland opera theater. She has been judging young vocalists in local competitions for the past three years and continues to help her students grow in their abilities to become all God wants them to be.
Students come once a week for private lessons they start off learning musical styles including: gospel, folk, contemporary and opera. Students will learn how to deliver a song so it engages the audience and shows their best voice through the various vocal techniques they will learn.
First lesson is always free after that it's $15.00 for beginners and 18.00 for intermediate.
31. University of New Mexico
Will be available to answer questions on dual enrollment and college enrollment.
32. Learning is An Art
Supplement and enhance your curriculum with family fun! Learning is an Art sells toys and games that enable young people in elementary and middle school to learn through creative, hands-on play. The goal is to make learning fun, and to encourage families to play together. When kids have fun learning with their families, the benefits spill over into many areas of a family's relationship while also promoting enjoyment, and thus retention, of academics. AND 100% of the profits earned by Learning is an Art after taxes and expenses are donated to charities.
Contact: Amylee Udell
33. Albuquerque Thunderbirds
34. Duke City Fencing
35. X-Prize Foundation
Who We Are
The X PRIZE Foundation creates and manages prizes that drive innovators to solve some of the greatest challenges facing the world today.
With the success of the Ansari X PRIZE, the X PRIZE is now viewed as the leading model to leverage the elements of public interest, entrepreneurial spirit and cross-disciplinary innovation to bring about breakthroughs that benefit us all.
We believe that a small group of people with passion for a cause can achieve that which has never been attained. This is why we stage competitions that challenge issues that matter most.
Revolution Through Competition. Join the Revolution.
To bring about radical breakthroughs for the benefit of humanity.
Wirefly X PRIZE CUP '07 - Holloman Air & Space Expo
October 26-28, 2007 - Holloman Air Force Base, New Mexico
A celebration of forward-looking technology, space exploration and education.
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