Quoted TextExperience a variety of mariachi music featuring the world's finest and most accomplished mariachi musicians. Highlighting this spectacular event is the Mariachi Showcase Concert and the Mariachi Plaza programming.
Quoted TextThe 2008 Roswell UFO Festival is celebrating the 61st Anniversary of the notorious 1947 Roswell Incident.
It will be held from 8:00 AM July 3rd through 6:00 PM, July 6th in downtown Roswell, New Mexico.
We will have more events, speakers, authors, entertainment and attractions than any one person will be able to see during this 4-day event.
This family oriented festival will have plenty for the serious UFO/Alien buff to do while the not-so-serious family members have fun at the Murphy Bros. Carnival or at any one of fifty other events and attractions taking place during this activity-filled weekend.
Quoted TextSelected G & PG movies start at 10AM each Tuesday and Wednesday during the festival.
First-come, first-served seating is limited to theatre capacity.
The Free Family Film Festival is safe, lots of fun and a great way for kids to spend a weekday morning in the summer.
Four Hills 10
13120A Central Se
Albuquerque ,NM 87123
06/10/2008-06/11/2008 Doogal (G) Are We There Yet? (PG)
06/17/2008-06/18/2008 Rugrats The Movie (G) Nancy Drew (PG)
06/24/2008-06/25/2008 Rugrats In Paris: The Movie (G) Shrek The Third (PG)
07/01/2008-07/02/2008 Charlotte's Web (G) Flushed Away (PG)
07/08/2008-07/09/2008 Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius (G) The Second Junglebook (PG)
07/15/2008-07/16/2008 Wallace And Gromit (G) Hook (PG)
07/22/2008-07/23/2008 Mr. Bean's Holiday (G) Stuart Little (PG)
07/29/2008-07/30/2008 Everyone's Hero (G) Bratz (PG)
08/05/2008-08/06/2008 Jonah: A Veggie Tale Movie (G) Alvin And The Chipmunks (PG)
Cottonwood Stadium 16
10000 NW Coors Blvd.
Albuquerque ,NM 87114
06/10/2008-06/11/2008 Rugrats The Movie (G) Nancy Drew (PG)
06/17/2008-06/18/2008 Rugrats In Paris: The Movie (G) Shrek The Third (PG)
06/24/2008-06/25/2008 Charlotte's Web (G) Flushed Away (PG)
07/01/2008-07/02/2008 Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius (G) The Second Junglebook (PG)
07/08/2008-07/09/2008 Wallace And Gromit (G) Hook (PG)
07/15/2008-07/16/2008 Mr. Bean's Holiday (G) Stuart Little (PG)
07/22/2008-07/23/2008 Everyone's Hero (G) Bratz (PG)
07/29/2008-07/30/2008 Jonah: A Veggie Tale Movie (G) Alvin And The Chipmunks (PG)
08/05/2008-08/06/2008 Doogal (G) Are We There Yet? (PG)
Quoted TextSaturday SUNSET SERIES at the Elena Gallegos Picnic Area
The Saturday Sunset Series will feature talks, demonstrations and shows by some of Albuquerque's best speakers, teachers and performers at the Elena Gallegos Picnic Area Amphitheater on Saturdays at 7:00pm.
July 5 Insects and Spiders of the Area – Educational talk by Sandra Brantley and David Lightfoot from the UNM Biology Department
July 12 Bat Chat – Educational talk by Rob Yaksich from NM State Parks
July 19 CumuloNimbus – Musical performance of flutes, drums and storytelling
July 26 Birds of Prey – Animal demonstration and talk by Denise Coil of Wildlife Rescue
Quoted TextFreaky Friday Family Night
Each week has a different theme, including game night, bring your instruments and voices night, and much more!
Every Friday at The Source (1111 Carlisle SE) from 7-9 pm.
For more info, call 975-7588.
Quoted TextThis is a wonderful topic for parents of children of all ages, kids in school or homeschooled, to help them in their successes and failures and to strengthen your relationship with them.
Here's a blurb from our website:"This two hour parent workshop willaddress a common desire of all parents; raising confident, resilientchildren.
We will explore the effects our parenting styles have on ourchildren’s self esteem, acknowledging our child’s efforts with effective praise and communicating in a way that builds our relationships.
What IS self esteem? Why is it important? How can I, asa parent, contribute to building healthy self esteem? Why doesn’t my child always respond positively to my praise? Is frequent praisebuilding self esteem?
Come join our group for a discussion about the most important and challenging job we have: parenting!"
Read more details at http://www.bodymindandspiritabq.com.
Quoted Text*Talking Talons Youth Leadership, U.S Forest Service, Department of Health, and Jane Goodall Roots and Shoots* are teaming up to bring you *WILDFEST 2008*!
This event is July 26, 2008 at Roosevelt Middle School, from 10:00am-4:00pm.
The venue is located within the beautiful Sandia Mountains right of Rt. 66.
Learn about Hawks, Falcons, Owls, Bats, and even Reptiles.
Come experience teachings about your very own environment, wildlife, and conservation acts.
Enjoy the entertainment of magicians, musicians, and even some wonderful balloon rides.
The entry fee for this event is $3 for adults, $2 for youth ages 5-12, and free for youth under 5 years of age.
For more details call 281-1133 ext 5#, or visit http://www.TalkingTalons.com
* Come for the fun but stay for the adventure!*
Here is the Home school newsletter info thanks for your help!
Talking Talons Youth Leaderhip Health Educator
Quoted TextThe Lavender in the Village Festival is a 3- day event from July 11th through July 13th, 2008.
July 11th is the Barn Dance, Dinner and Auction at the Barn (see Barn Dance for details).
July 12th and 13th the Festival will be in three different locations throughout the village.
--The Growers' Market and The Barn Pavilion & Village Green vendors will be next door to the Village Hall. There will be activities for children, six food vendors, and classes and demonstrations.
--Los Poblanos will feature fresh lavender, U-Pick, organic farm and food, music, children’s activities and tours of two historic houses by New Mexico’s’ famed architect, John Gaw Meem.
--Casa Rondeña Winery will feature leisurely wine tastings, food, and music in one of the prettiest settings in the state.
--Anderson Valley Vineyards will feature delicious lavender flavored merlot spritzers, and $6.00 full wine tastings (lavender colored glass included).
--4th Street will feature a variety of stores and restuarants. There will be live music, refreshments, door prizes, specialty lavender items, and various sales.
--Food Vendors on Village Green – Geo’s Bistro, Hawaiian Shave Ice, Hungry Wagon Taco, Los Ranchos Fire Department, Aaron's Los Ranchos Café, and Sugar Shack.
FREE shuttles and FREE parking in three different village locations will be available (see map and shuttle routes).
Quoted TextSunday, July 27, 2008
@ 2:00 PM
@ the Open Space Visitors Center, 6500 Coors Blvd
CALL AHEAD TO REGISTER!!!!!!!!
Every year there are numerous stories in the news of people getting lost in the wilderness.
Some of them have happy endings, some don't. Almost all of them could have been avoided.
Come and learn the techniques your ancestors used to find their way in unfamiliar places.
In this interactive workshop, you will learn why and how people become lost in the first place and how to avoid those mistakes.
These exercises and techniques are easily learned by children and will also work in crowded places like malls, sporting events and other large gatherings of people.
Learning and practicing these basic skills helps to ensure that your future ventures into the wilderness will be safe and enjoyable.
CONTACT: Jodi Hedderig | Parks & Recreation Dept., Open Space Division | 505-897-8831 | firstname.lastname@example.org | http://www.cabq.gov/openspace/visitorcenter.html