Recent and upcoming events

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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UNEARTHED: The Real Story of Oil and Gas in New Mexico

You are invited to join the launch of CAVU’s multi-media project, UNEARTHED: The Real Story of Oil and Gas in New Mexico. WHAT:  Short film screening and panel discussion moderated by NPR’s Tara Gatewood. WHEN:   Thursday, November 16th, 2017, 6:30 PM public reception, 7:00 program begins. WHERE:  Lensic Theater, 211 West San Francisco Street, Santa Fe TICKETS: Tickets are $10 and can be purchased at  505-988-7050 More about UNEARTHED. The year-long initiative in designed to educate and engage the public in a productive, depoliticized ...
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Learn: Effective Citizen Advocacy at the Legislature

Join the League of Women Voters of New Mexico‘s annual workshop on Saturday, December 9 at the State Capitol. Learn tips from legislators and a professional about how to approach legislators, craft an effective message and plan your time wisely. League members will also provide tips on speaking for LWVNM. Saturday, December 9, 9:30 am to Noon
New Mexico State Capitol, Room 322 Featuring: Senator Peter Wirth, D-Santa Fe, District 25
Senator Sander Rue, R-Albuquerque, District 23
Jim Jackson, Chief Executive Officer of ...
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Sierra Club & (Root) Beer - Friday, November 3

Join us this Friday for our November Sierra Club and Root Beer as Rebecca Sobel of WildEarth Guardians discusses the fracking threats in greater Chaco Canyon ...
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Trip report – Ancho Rapids/Frijoles hike

From leader Aku Five hikers had a PERFECT day on Saturday for a hike from the Ancho Rapids trailhead to Lower Frijoles Falls in Bandelier, and back.  After a  brief side visit to Ancho Rapids, they hiked through White Rock Canyon, enjoying both the exceptional scenery and the considerable challenge of getting to the falls.  In the last few years, the route along the bank of the Rio Grande has become much more overgrown and impeded by deadfall through ...
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Municipal Waste Alleycat Race, October 20

Alleycat with Gatos Calleros touring Albuquerque's toxic SuperFund sites. Come ride and learn about toxic waste in Albuquerque and how to protect its cleanup. Brought to you by the UNM Sierra Student Coalition ...
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