Alibi V.26 No.33 • Aug 17-23, 2017
›› Rob M. Baked Goods Expect Legalization Talk in 2020 Cannabis on everyone’s mind Prospective presidential candidate introduces bill to legalize cannabis at the federal level, Verdes Foundation begins building a farm in Corrales, NIH funds a study of cannabis usage as treatment for opioid addiction, and California town to become a "cannabis-friendly hospitality destination."
Art Mountain Magic Gift Priced Art Wednesday, Jan 16: 1-4pm Jemez Fine Art Gallery
Jemez Valley artists offer gift-priced art with reception including paintings, prints, mixed media, sculpture and photography. Runs through 3/15.
Kids Maker Lab for Grades 2 through 6 Wednesday, Jan 16: 4-5:30pm !Explora!
The maker movement brings a variety of making and tinkering challenges. For this challenge, engineer machines that can build or do battle, as well as solve complex problems and challenges.
Learn N.M. Window Paint Party Wednesday, Jan 16: 6-9pm ABQ BBQ
Learn step by step instructions to recreate a New Mexican style piece of art. Fee covers all supplies and a drink of choice. Get ready to eat, drink and paint. Reservations required.
Learn Brews to Save the Bees Wednesday, Jan 16: 6-8pm High and Dry Brewing
Hear a discussion on why bees are dying and what to do to help them. Sign a petition to ban neonics and a portion of the proceeds are donated to the cause.
Learn Writing Workshop: Fiction Wednesday, Jan 16: 6pm National Hispanic Cultural Center
This eight-week workshop is designed for writers to try writing fiction or need inspiration and skills to write more. The workshop culminates with a public reading of the new works.
Song & Dance Pink Martini Wednesday, Jan 16: 7:30-10pm KiMo Theatre
Featuring a dozen musicians, the musical bunch performs its multilingual repertoire in over 25 languages on concert stages and with a symphony orchestra.
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