I've heard that people who live in cities become apathetic when not exposed to nature. Our spirits dull, personalities slowly become anesthetized, and just numb to the beauty of everyday life. Luckily for us, we have nature just a block away most of the time—although that sometimes isn't enough. Recharge your spirit this Saturday, October 21, at Greater Albuquerque Habitat for Humanity ReStore's Wildlife Rescue of New Mexico hosted class during the Restore Rocks! Event starting at 9am. The good folks from the rehabilitation center are showing live raptors for us city folk while sharing information about their natural habitats (the birds, not us, because—despite loving nature—I feel like I was meant to live in a cafe). Throughout the day, visitors can enter prize drawings for $3 to $10, enjoy live music, activities for the whole family and deeeelicious food. (Rini Grammer)
Saturday Oct 21, 2017
Albuquerque, NM 87110
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Learn about the mission of the Wildlife Rescue of New Mexico and enjoy activities for the whole family.
Bring the family to this free festival
Live Music * Face painting * Delicious Food * Art Activities *Prize Drawings
Proceeds will benefit the Burque Build, a Habitat home dedicated to Bernalillo County first responders.
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS & PERFORMANCES
9am to 5pm Food provided by St. John’s United Methodist Church
9am to 12pm Wildlife Rescue of NM – meet and learn about rescued birds
10am to 11am Presentation by Wildlife Rescue of NM
11am to 2pm Art Activity with Wonderland Workshops
12pm to 1pm Performance by Recycleman
Visit ReStore and purchase tickets for the prize drawing
1 Chance $3
2 Chances $5
6 Chances $10
Drawing at Restore Rocks on October 21st at 4:30pm – you do not need to be present to win.
Sandia Peak Tram Tickets (4)New Zealand photo“Jack in the Box” upcycle metal art “Tepees in Autumn” paintingUpcycle Mosaic Table2 Nights Casa Antigua (old town)Mister Car Wash Platinum Express WashChambers Vintage Store – very popular!!!!
This class will include general information about wildlife rehabilitation and the mission of Wildlife Rescue of New Mexico. There will be live raptors to meet and people can learn about their similarities and differences with regard to habitat, diet requirements, species range, and more. Questions are encouraged, and photos are welcomed. This is a drop-in class and is part of the Restore Rocks! daylong event. Register online at www.habitatabq.org or in the ReStore at the customer service desk. Walk-ins welcome; first come, first served.