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  • VR Junkies
    All Out Zone: Date Night
  • New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science
    Crazy Critters
  • Hiland Theater
    Intensive Drama Classes
  • Erna Fergusson Library
    Pig Out on Reading
  • Main Library
    Recycleman
  • University of New Mexico
    Summer Camps
  • ¡Explora!
    Teen Science Café
  • Ernie Pyle Library
    Transportation Fun
  • Los Griegos Library
    Triangle and Tribulations
  • Zia Family Focus Center
    Zia Family Focus Center Summer Camps
  • Dawn Julio

    June is winding down, which means it is almost time for everyone’s favorite holiday … Asteroid Day! The New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science is celebrating in spectacular fashion this Friday, June 30, from 5:30 until 10pm with a fantastic event for the whole family marking the grand opening of their new exhibit Dawn Mission to the Asteroids. The celebration Space Science: International Asterioid Day will feature a talk by Dr. Thomas Prettyman, the principal investigator for NASA’s actual and ongoing Dawn Mission to the dwarf planet Ceres and the massive asteroid Vesta, along with hands-on activities and opportunities to observe the night sky with the equipment at the museum’s impressive observatory. Admission to this event is $7 for adults and $4 for children, a great value for the opportunity to engage in part of an international campaign to educate the public about the nature of asteroids and their impact on Earth’s history (and potentially its future). (Adam Wood)

    NM Museum of Natural History & Science
    Space Science: International Asterioid Day
  • Conservatory of Flamenco Arts
    Flamenco Power Hour
  • Goat Pose

    via Pixabay

    Ok. Stay with me, here. Have you ever been performing downward dog and thought to yourself, This yoga class would be way more fun with a goat beside me? No? Well, someone has. And now they've actually gone and put together Kid Goat Yoga, an all-ages outdoor yoga experience where participants bottle-feed cute goats and then … practice yoga with them. Still following? Each class will blend a combination of kid yoga poses as well as other traditional hatha yoga poses. Classes cost $15 and run from May 27 through July 2 at the Wildlife West Nature Park. All proceeds will benefit the nonprofit native rescued wildlife park. (Joshua Lee)

    Wildlife West (Edgewood)
    Kid Goat Yoga
  • The Ayurvedic Institute
    Pathways of the Inner Pharmacy
  • Holocaust & Intolerance Museum of New Mexico
    New Mexico's African American Legacy: Visible, Vital and Valuable
Saturday Jul 1, 2017
Sunday Jul 2, 2017
  • University of New Mexico
    Summer Camps
  • Wildlife West (Edgewood)
    Kid Goat Yoga
  • No Place Like Om

    Just breathe ... but also laugh, at Yoga Art Space's biweekly Laughter Yoga Wellness Group. The class—which is offered by donation—promises a few laughs and a few asanas to “relieve tension in the body and mind.” If you're feeling up for down dog, cat-cow, cobra and a laugh simultaneously—then the one-hour class (from 3-4pm) is bound to be something you'll enjoy. The next blissed out session of breathing, visualizations and stretching will take place at the Comanche studio on Sunday, July 2. (Maggie Grimason)

    Yoga Art Space
    Laughter Yoga Wellness Group
  • Albuquerque Vipassana Center
    Meditation Gathering
  • Yoga Art Space
    Mindfulness, Meditation and Mantra Workshop
  • Rio Bravo Brewing Company
    Pints and Planks
  • Yin Your Yang

    Get your recovery on at Sani Yoga this Sunday, July 2, at 6pm at their Yin Yoga class. Yin yoga is a challenging branch of slow-going yoga that requires participants to hold poses and postures for 45 seconds to five minutes (or more!) instead of a typical flow. This gives a person a chance to ease into a pose and hold it for a longer amount of time than is typically comfortable to increase circulation and improve flexibility in their body and mind—it's particularly beneficial to folks who are recovering from traumatic injuries. This class is just $5, and with parking and supplies covered by this wonderful local yoga studio, there's no reason not to dive into this comfortable, safe space. (Rini Grammer)

    Sani Yoga
    Yin Yoga
  • Tingley Beach
    Yoga on the Bosque
  • Albuquerque Open Space Visitor Center
    Yoga with a View
  • Get Wild, Baby

    Hey you! Yeah, you—the one who's been staring at your smartphone all day in between answering emails at your fluorescent light lit cubbyhole of a desk—you need to get outside and reconnect with nature. It's good for your brain. It'll make you happy. Trek to the Albuquerque Open Space Visitor Center on Sunday, July 2, at 9am to experience a moderately strenuous guided hike through the beautiful Bosque at the Bosque Wild: Guided Nature Walk. Feel the sun on your face, smell the plants, hear the birds, swat the mosquitos. Just make sure to bring water and decent walking shoes to this totally free (though registration is recommended) communion with the wild. (Renée Chavez)

    Bosque Wild: Guided Nature Walk
Monday Jul 3, 2017
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