A Transfer Station, a Farm and Kovitz
Council begins 2017 with five hour flair
The Albuquerque City Council had their hands full at their first meeting of 2017, discussing the proposed Edith Transfer Station, Candelaria Farm and Marshall Kovitz, among other important civic issues.
It’s all about education this week: Education Week gives N.M. a “D,” a charter school moratorium, an APS Board election and who needs a secretary of education anyhow?
Remedial Math: Part Deux
Crunching numbers at Organtica
Our resident medical cannabis expert crunches some numbers and toots some tea.
Odds & Ends
Funny because someone else lost their Bimmer in a parking garage in Manchester
Epic Hide and Seek
A park-wide game of hide and seek, camouflage, deer and wolf and other outdoor games.
Town Hall on Immigration
Discuss policies and the realities of immigration in N.M. and learn about opportunities to volunteer to support immigrant families.
Cinco de Mayo
Performances from Ballet Folklorico Fiesta Mexicana and Mariachi Buenaventura with a presentation on the history of Cinco de May celebrations by Teresa Carpy from Consulado de Mexico en Albuquerque.
Over 50 destination booths, indoor and outdoor activities, live entertainment, food trucks, a beer garden and more.
Kids identify their skills while learning about themselves, how to approach different activities with an economic mindset and find hobbies that are inherently valuable.