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Saturday Sep 3, 2016
  • Robinson Park
    20th Annual Downtown Growers' Market
  • Los Ranchos Village Hall (Los Ranchos)
    Los Ranchos Growers' Market
  • Cristo Del Valle Presbyterian Church
    South Valley Growers' Market
  • Jazz 'n' Juice

    The magnificent Groucho Marx once said, “I shall drink no wine before it's time! Okay, it's time.” Truer words have never been spoken, because indeed, it is time. On Saturday, Sept. 3, from 1-9pm and Sunday, Sept. 4, from 12-7pm, show up at Villa Hispana at EXPO NM to drink wines from wineries like Black Smuggler, Las Nueve Ninas and Noisy Water, get groovy with live jazz from the likes of Como Son, Rob Janov Quartet and Saudade, meet talented winemakers and purchase the your favorites by the glass, bottle or case. Tasting tickets for the New Mexico Wine and Jazz Festival for those 21+ are $25/day or $40 for the weekend. Entrance for designated drivers and minors 16+ is $10/day or $15/weekend. Have a smashing good time, but please, for the love of all that is good in the world, remember to drink responsibly. (Renée Chavez)

    Villa Hispana @ Expo NM
    Wine and Jazz Festival
Sunday Sep 4, 2016
  • Corrales Growers' Market (Corrales)
    Corrales Growers' Market
  • Alvarado Park
    Mile Hi Farmers' Market
  • Albuquerque Rail Yards
    Rail Yards Market
  • Santa Fe Community Farm (Santa Fe)
    Santa Fe Community Farm Stand Opening Reception
  • Jazz 'n' Juice

    The magnificent Groucho Marx once said, “I shall drink no wine before it's time! Okay, it's time.” Truer words have never been spoken, because indeed, it is time. On Saturday, Sept. 3, from 1-9pm and Sunday, Sept. 4, from 12-7pm, show up at Villa Hispana at EXPO NM to drink wines from wineries like Black Smuggler, Las Nueve Ninas and Noisy Water, get groovy with live jazz from the likes of Como Son, Rob Janov Quartet and Saudade, meet talented winemakers and purchase the your favorites by the glass, bottle or case. Tasting tickets for the New Mexico Wine and Jazz Festival for those 21+ are $25/day or $40 for the weekend. Entrance for designated drivers and minors 16+ is $10/day or $15/weekend. Have a smashing good time, but please, for the love of all that is good in the world, remember to drink responsibly. (Renée Chavez)

    Villa Hispana @ Expo NM
    Wine and Jazz Festival
Monday Sep 5, 2016
  • Free Your Hands and Your Mind Will Follow

    One of the earliest forks known to historians was used as a cooking utensil in ancient Egypt. The fork that we all know was introduced to western European dining when the wife of the Holy Roman Emperor Otto II pulled one out at an Imperial banquet in 972. And everything's been going downhill since. The truth is, food was meant to be served on a stick. It allows the diner to have a free hand if the need arises for fisticuffs or a friendly handshake, and (most importantly) frees the mind from all that barbaric hunting and stabbing, giving it the liberty to explore the gentler realms of art and philosophy. Yes, and the 2nd Annual Food On-A-Stick Festival, hosted at Cliff's Amusement Park this Labor Day, Sept. 5, will be a celebration of learnedness and culture, featuring some of the best foods trucks and bakers in Albuquerque serving up unique “on-a-stick” delicacies. Though if you sample too many goodies, you might want to think thrice before hopping on one of those famous amusement rides. (Joshua Lee)

    Cliff's Amusement Park
    2nd Annual Food-On-A-Stick Festival
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