Learn about New Mexico's history the fun way! Costumed villagers will tell you - and show you - about life on a Spanish colonial ranch. Sheep sheering, blacksmithing and candle making are just some of the activities your family will enjoy. Visit with critters large and small, from horses to baby lambs to snakes and everything in between. You may also participate in an outdoor Mass and procession for San Isidro, patron saint of farmers. Enjoy music and dancing on our entertainment platform and buy arts and crafts directly from the artisans.
Directions: From Rainbow and King (next to the school and parking lot, which 1 mile south of Progress and Rainbow), go 2.6 miles west on King. Turn right on Serenade (there is a street sign), and go 1.1 miles north.Turn right on Progress (there will be a sign posted), and go 1.5 miles east to the launch Site
Between the Lions Get Wild About Reading! Summer Reading Club
This workshop is an overview of the popular children's series, highlighting ways that the program builds literacy skills. The workshop includes background information for fostering literacy development, and introduces related activities and resources for teachers, parents and caregivers. Ideas and activities to start a summer reading club will also be provided.
Presbyterian Hospital 1001 Central Ave SE Call 277-4087 to register
Visit the event tent that will be set up at Tingley Beach to learn more about fly-fishing, fly-tying, fishing etiquette, catch-and-release practices and how to "catch the big one" Fishermen from New Mexico Trout, as well as the BioPark fishing Guides will be on hand to share their expertise. Equipment and supplies are available to use during the clinic free of charge on a first-come, first-served basis.
The film, Monterey Pop, will be shown to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the Monterey Pop Music Festival. A brief discussion about the music of the era will precede the film. Free, no tickets or sign-ups are necessary. Presented by Rob Nankin, Branch Manager of the Rio Rancho Public Library.
Rio Rancho Public Library Auditorium. 755 Loma Colorado Dr. NE, Rio Rancho, New Mexico 87124
Contact for more information 505-891-5013, ext. 3039 or email Rob Nankin at firstname.lastname@example.org
The "Antiques Ranch Show:" SW Collectibles, Sales & Appraisals
Is that old object you thought was trash actually a treasure? It might be valuable! Bring us your Indian jewelry or blankets, your Southwest furniture, bultos, retablos or even that old, dusty item your great uncle Louie left that's always made you wonder! Experts will be on site to evaluate and assess your Southwest antique or collectible and tell you what you really have. Don't have anything you'd like evaluated, but love antiques? You will enjoy seeing what others have for sale and hearing discussions and lectures given by experts in the field. Tours will be given of the museum's collections, and you can buy directly from local vendors.
El Rancho de Las Golondrinas is located at 334 Los Pinos Road, Santa Fe, NM 87507 Phone: (505) 471-2261 Fax: (505) 471-5623
The 25th Anniversary Celebration of the Rio Grande Nature Center!
Come join us as we celebrate 25 fantastic years at the Nature Center. Events and activities include: ribbon cutting, birthday cake, silent auction, historic photo display, special speakers, live animals, guided bird and nature walks, pond viewing and activities.
The water sprayground is located at Manzano Mesa Multigenerational Center and is open from May 29 through August 31, 2007 to people of all ages. However, children under the age of 12 must be supervised by an adult over the age of 18 at all times. There is no official lifeguard on duty; however the Center provides staff who monitor the sprayground at all times during normal operational hours.