Recent and upcoming events

Global Warming Express fundraiser

Join Sierra Club Rio Grande Chapter for a fundraiser for the Global Warming Express, a kid-founded climate-action group with a science-and-civics program in schools around the state ...
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Fundraiser for Puerto Rico Hurricane Relief

The Sierra Club is sponsoring a fundraiser for Puerto Rico Hurricane Relief and Film Screening with Puerto Rican Director Carla Cavina February 3, 2pm-5pm Tickets $10 available at the door ...
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Hear Our Vote – Women's Marches January 20 & 21

Across the country (and world) the Women’s March will be touring the nation to register voters, engage underserved communities, and put force behind women and progressive candidates in swing states. Let’s make sure the nation and world hears us as we commit to bringing even more #PowerToThePolls! ...
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Sierra Club & (Root) Beer – Friday January 5

Join us this Friday for our January Sierra Club and Root Beer. Our speaker is Bill Pentler, Resource Management and Visitor Services Supervisor for the ABQ Open Space Division ...
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Advocacy training events – December 2017

Now, more than ever, citizen engagement is important in our government. With another New Mexico legislative session coming in January, it's time to get activated. January's 30-day budget-focused session won't feature as much environmental legislation as longer sessions do, but there will still be good legislation you can support and bad legislation you can prevent. Learn how the legislature works, what elected officials are thinking, the importance of their staff, and how to communicate your message effectively ...
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First Friday Arts – December 2017

As an artist and outdoor enthusiast, Carol Chamberland finds inspiration in the wild landscapes of New Mexico. Her recent works include mixed media paintings, digital print media, and photography. This series, called Reprise of the Ancient Ones, “celebrates the vision of the ancient artists with the utmost respect for their craft. Each image is faithfully drawn, then digitized and superimposed on a stylized photo of the landscape where that petroglyph resides.” Carol’s works have been exhibited in a variety of venues, ...
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