Dr. Wei Zhou, M.D., D.O.M., Full Professor is THE local expert on Feng Shui. Wei received his medical degree from Shanghai College of Traditional Chinese Medicine in 1982. He was an attending physician in Traditional Chinese Medicine in China until December of 1991 and was doing research in the cardiology division of the John Hopkins University School of Medicine until joining the faculty of Southwest Acupuncture College in 1995. Dr. Zhou teaches all Point Energetics classes in Albuquerque & Santa Fe and is fluent in the I-Ching. (He treats patients at 1330 San Pedro Dr. NE, ABQ.)
Wednesday, September 26, 5:30 PM to Wednesday, September 26, 8:00 PM NMMNH&S, Explora, and Albuquerque Museum
The Museums on Mountain Road, NMMNH&S, Explora, and Albuquerque Museum, are open and free to all teachers of all grade levels; and approximately 50 outside providers of no-cost or low-cost curriculum and classroom materials will exhibit their materials. Enjoy exhibitor booths, museum exhibits, special attractions, and discounts at all museum stores. Register for a door prize by attending all 3 museums during Teacher Open House.
Here at the New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science attend a 3-D DynaTheater for a free showing at 5:30 p.m. Free Planetarium Sampler showing at 7 p.m. Observatory open 7:30-8:00 p.m. Pick up tickets at the Museum entry for DynaTheater and Planetarium.
Free to all teachers. No registration required for teachers. (preK-12 pre-service, classroom, and homeschool) Note: This is a professional development opportunity for teachers, please plan to bring your families to the museums another time.
Questions from teachers: please contact Theresa Sedillo at The Albuquerque Museum, at 505-243-7255 or go to http://www.cabq.gov/museum.
General questions: August Wainwright at programs.NMMNHS@state.nm.us or 505-841-2861
Help Open Space celebrate Urban Agriculture and the city’s 365 acres of farmland and enjoy a full day of: The Tumbleweeds • Apple Mountain Strings & Things • Facinet Bangoura Juggling Performance • Children’s Costume Contest • Hay Bale Rides Composting Demonstration •Beekeeping Demonstration •How to Harvest Waterwith Jim Brooks of Soilutions • Urban Beekeeping with Special Guest Les Crowder • Wildlife Rescue with live raptors Food from “the Chopping Block” • Home Farming Revolution booksigning • Garden Tours • Fresh Local Produce!
Come and help the Open Space Visitor Center “connect people to place.” Opportunities abound in the areas of interpretation, tours, reception, garden and special events. The City of Albuquerque Open Space Visitor Center is an interpretive hub for the Open Space program, lands, and resources. The training will ready volunteers to educate guests about this unique urban interface. Please register at (505) 897-8831.
Open Space’s strong relationship with agriculture is celebrated at the Open Space Visitor Center through: beekeeping composting, a traditional demonstration garden, a pollinator garden and the sustainably-managed wildlife crops
Become a part of the urban farming trend: train as a volunteer, attend a workshop or program, take a tour of the Traditions Garden and learn how the city’s rich agricultural heritage is alive and well today.
It's time to start up our Community Classes again on Saturdays from 4:30-5:30pm. These classes are open to everyone so bring your entire family and enjoy a yoga class from one of our fabulous interns. The class doesn't cost you a thing we just ask you to make a food or cash donation to the Road Runner Food Bank. Community Classes begin on September 8th and go until March 30th.
Join Commissioner Maggie Hart Stebbins at the 7th Annual International Community Day. A day filled with food, fun and entertainment for the entire family. Enjoy a free concert by the New Mexico Philharmonic along with other local entertainment.
EVENT SCHEDULE (all times approximate)
10:30 a.m. Highland High School Band, Honor Guard Introduction, Presentation of Colors and National Anthem 11:20: Official welcome by Bernalillo County Commissioner Maggie Hart Stebbins, District 3 11:30: New Mexico Philharmonic 12:40: Anita Rao – classical East Indian dance 1:10: Sin Limite 2:00: Hector Pimentel 3:00: Filipino Dancers
EXHIBITORS: -Bernalillo County Bernalillo County Sheriff’s Office Bernalillo County Fire Department Risk Management Public Works Public Art Programs Urban Health Extension Office Animal Care Services Court of Wills, Estates & Probate County Clerk (voter registration) -Cumulus Radio 92.3 KRST 93.3 KOB FM 99.5 Magic FM 103.3 ED FM -New Mexico Philharmonic -New Mexico Music Guild Instrument Petting Zoo -STEPS -Wings of Enchantment Butterfly Exhibit
-FOOD TRUCK VENDORS: Oz Patisserie (desserts) Dia de los Takos (world-style tacos) Rustic Truck (burgers)
-Kids Crafts and Games areas throughout Hyder Park
Free NM Philharmonic Concerts & International Community Day September 11, 2012 by Tania Filed under Concerts, Live Performances, Music Leave a Comment Two chances to hear free New Mexico Philharmonic concerts, starting with Bernalillo County’s International Community Day 2012. International Community Day is on Saturday September 15 from 10:30 am – 3:30 pm at Hyder Park. The free multicultural neighborhood event offers a great chance to hear a New Mexico Philharmonic concert at 11:30 am at zero cost to you! They usually play venues like the Popejoy Hall, so it’s lovely that they’re out and about sharing their music with family audiences who may not have so many opportunities to go to formal concerts. At 11:30 am, the NM Philharmonic, conducted by Byron Herrington, will play popular favorites including songs such as O Fair New Mexico, Sousa’s New Mexico March, music from Spider Man and Lord of the Dance, and Aaron Copland’s Hoe Down. The Music Guild of New Mexico will also be there with their musical instruments petting zoo, and the day includes performances of East Indian dance and Filipino dancers, a Wings of Enchantment butterfly exhibit, kids’ crafts and games, and local food vendors. See the full Bernalillo County International Community Day schedule. Hyder Park is located at 700 Richmond SE, just southwest of Bandelier Elementary School. New Mexico Philharmonic will also perform a free concert on Thursday September 20 at 7 pm at Vista Grande Community Center in Sandia Park. They’ll be playing a similar repertoire of popular music as described in the Community Day above. Find a map here to the posh new Vista Grade Community Center, at 15 La Madera Road, Sandia Park, off the Turquoise Trail, NM Highway 14. –Tania
Find fun for the whole family at the ABQ International Balloon Museums' Cosmic Carnival on Sept. 30th from 1-5pm. Activities include music, fun and interactive science festival with the Albuquerque Astronomical Society. For more info visit http://www.cabq.gov/balloon