Quoted TextHi all, we still have room in our Wild Sandias workshop! Hope to see you there! Please pass this message on to any you think may be interested.
SMNHC Instructional Coordinator
SMNHC’s Wild Sandias! Short Course
When: Saturday, April 18th, 9:30-3:00PM
Where: Sandia Mountain Natural History Center
Who: All teachers and pre-teachers (also open to non-teachers)
Many activities aimed at a 5th grade audience.
What: Experience the Sandias and discover ways to integrate the multi-dimensional experience of nature into your teaching ! Hike with us and learn hands-on activities and fascinating facts about local plants and animals to engage your students and demonstrate ecology principles. Local ecosystems help students learn and retain ecological principals! Get tips on using the outdoors as a teaching tool, even your schoolyard! Free ecology curricula CDs available to participants.
Materials: Participants receive SMNHC’s Ecology Activity Guide (curriculum): Ecosystems Everywhere: New Mexico Ecosystems.
Please register by the Tuesday before the workshop.
All workshops have a $10 materials fee.
To Register or for more information contact Susie Davis at Susan.email@example.com, 281-5259 or visit our website, http://www.nmnaturalhistory.org/smnhc.
Quoted TextSalsa to Save Lives is an exciting FREE family event that's bringing New Mexico together in support of national health care reform. It is a rally and dance party for a cause, including: speeches by Members of Congress and our community, FREE food and drinks from local restaurants. Following the rally, a DJ will be spinning the best Latin music for a night of dancing under the stars. (The event is put on by the local chapter of Health Care for America Now)WHO: Everyone who wants to live in a healthy nation.WHAT: Salsa to Save Lives -- a rally and dance under the stars in support of health care reform.WHERE: Tiguex Park (Mountain and 19th -- behind Old Town and the Museums). Free parking!WHEN: Thursday, April 9th from 6pm - 10pm (Rally at 6, Dance starts at 7).Bring your friends and family with you! CHECK IT OUT and RSVP at http://salsa.nmhcan.org Questions? Contact Julia at 240-475-8665 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
April 18th, 2009
1 - 4pm
FREEFood & Life Program @ Maxwell Museum in the Hibben Atriumhttp://www.unm.edu/~maxwell/
A Place at Mother Earth’s Table: Exploring wild plant foods and products of the Rio Grande region.
Discover native foods that have supported life from pre-history to modern times.
Samples, recipes and health tips provided for all!