Quoted TextNM Homeschool Community 2008 FAIR
SAVE THE DATE: Saturday, May 31, 2008
Central New Mexico's Workforce Training Center (off Alameda and I-25)
SURPRISE!!! We outgrew our previous location so this time we will be holding the fair at this beautiful facility! This is a great opportunity to grow and the location off the interstate could not be better! We will have more space for tables and for parking!
We are extremely grateful to CNM for providing the space for us! JUST WAIT TILL YOU SEE IT, THIS IS REALLY EXCITING!!
REQUESTS TO RESERVE A SPACE WILL GO OUT NEXT WEEK! SO WATCH YOUR EMAIL!
IF YOU PARTICIPATED IN THE FAIR LAST YEAR LOOK FOR AN EMAIL AT THE END OF THIS WEEK.
EMAIL ME WITH ANY QUESTIONS. Tabitha Orr (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Quoted TextTickets available in advance at Apple Mountain Music for $8 Adult, $5 Children and at the gate for $10.
Quoted TextMay 28th
Star Fire Daycamp
Join us in what has become a yearly tradition in the Sandia Mountains.
Arrive at 9:30 at the camp, and be prepared to do 4 different activities to
For those 8 and older; Initiative Challenge Course, archery, owl pellets and
For those under 8; nature craft, (such as candle making, bird feeders,
etc.), Ropes Course, bread on a stick, Nature game
Parents must stay with their children, light jackets, water and sack lunches
will need to be brought along. Wear comfortable walking shoes as you will be
doing lots of walking between the activities.
Cost is $10.00 per child and those as young as 4 will have activities geared
towards them. This is a must pay if you sign up and checks need to be mailed
to me immediately upon signing up, made payable to:
In Him Homeschoolers at 2A Locust Hill Rd Tijeras 87059. Sign up at
email@example.com. Deadline to register is May 22nd, money must be
received by May 25th.
Directions to the camp are: I-40 east/west to the Tijeras exit, # 175. Exit
to the south, coming to the light at Wells Fargo and Western Mercantile. At
this point either turn left onto or continue on Highway 337 (Old South 14)
depending on the direction you came in from. Either way, you should be
heading south at this point and passing Canyon Crossroads Animal Hospital on
your left. Continue for 9 miles from the light, turn left at Oak Flat Road,
for 1.5 miles, turn right at the Starfire Day Camp sign. Follow driveway
down to the large circle and parking area.
Quoted TextItems for Sale:
1) Gently used kids clothes and shoes - newborn to size 14/16
2) Gently used maternity clothes
3)Toys, cribs, strollers, car seats, books, pack and plays and more
4) Boutique and high-end brand name section
Items Not for Sale:
1) Stuffed animals
2) Recalled items
3) Used undergarmets other than maternity bras
4) Car seats that have been in accidents or are older than 5 years old
Quoted TextAlbuquerque will rock for the environment on Memorial Day Weekend 2008!
Q Jam is a music festival and environmental sustainability fair held on Civic Plaza.
The event features free music by top-notch entertainers, environmental education, and interactive green exhibits.
2008 Musical Lineup
All events scheduled on Saturday, May 24.
Check back for further developments.
Fronted by singer/guitarist/songwriter Mato Nanji, Indigenous was once known as the little family band from the Nakota Tribe of South Dakota. Now the band is known in blues and rock circles as a bona-fide and respected electric blues powerhouse.
Indigenous performs at 2 p.m.
More About Indigenous
Ruthie Foster,a highly gifted singer/songwriter from Texas, delivers soul-stirring Blues, Gospel and Soul music with a voice that's been compared to Aretha Franklin and Ella Fitzgerald. The energy and emotion she brings to each performance is definitely a moving experience that will leave you wanting to hear more.
Ruthie Foster performs at 4 p.m.
More About Ruthie Foster
Contemporary Blues Artist Keb' Mo' has multiple Grammy awards and an eclectic body of high-quality recordings and performances to back them up. A living link to the Delta blues of years gone by, Keb' Mo' genuinely embodies the confluence of multiple strains of profoundly American music.
Keb' Mo' performs at 6 p.m.
More About Keb' Mo'
Quoted TextNew Salsa/Latin Dance Classes Starting Soon!
When: Saturdays, starting May 3rd
Where: Holy Grounds Coffee Shop @ Christian Fellowship Church
3901 Claremont NE, Albuquerque, NM 87110
Time: 5:00-6:00 pm
Who: Teens and adults, beginners and intermediate
Cost: $50.00 per couple per month (family members, friends can be
$30.00 per individual
Classes will be taught by Peggy from High Spirit Dance Company.
Classes will be ongoing on a month to month basis. Beginners and
experienced dancers will benefit and enjoy the classes.
For more information: Nancy Coburn 792-9864 firstname.lastname@example.org
Quoted TextThe Albuquerque Boy Choir will hold it's annual Spring Spectacular Concert this coming Saturday evening, the 17th at 7:00pm at St. Paul's United Methodist Church on Constitution near Moon.
If you pick up a copy of NM Kids there is a coupon for free admission.
Please come and hear some wonderful music.
All of the choirs will then be going on tour.
Also,if you have boys who love to sing, Albuquerque Boy Choir is a wonderful organization in the tradition of great boy choirs, for them to learn to sing well, make great friends and have an exceptional music education.
Visit our website at abqboychoir.org.
Quoted TextThe New Mexico Outdoor EXPO is fun for the whole family. Kids and adults alike will enjoy the huge aquarium, catfish pond, firearm and archery target shooting, casting, fly tying, fabulous free exhibits, a climbing wall and much more... Learn from the experts how to improve your fishing and shooting skills at the Albuquerque Shooting Range, May 17th and 18th, 2008. DON'T MISS IT!!
The EXPO is free to the public and no registration is required. All ranges will be overseen by Certified Hunter Education Instructors, using Department of Game and Fish firearms and bows. Safety will have top priority.
The shooting range can be found by driving west on I-40 to the top of nine-mile hill and exiting on Paseo Del Vulcan. Go north on Paseo Del Vulcan 4.2 miles to the park sign, then west at park sign 2.6 miles to the range. For more information, call the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish at (505) 222-4731.