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Sunday Dec 16, 2018
  • My God, It's a River of Lights!

    Image courtesy of visitalbuquerque.org

    That's right fellow kids, yule time is upon the face of the northern hemisphere again and more than anything, a sublime sesh with twinkly, multi-colored and otherwise sculpturally presented holiday lights is just the ticket to transcendence that remains so elusive during the otherwise dark and gloomy winter months that are upcoming and guaranteed not to be bright. An Albuquerque tradition, this sparkling spectacular, The River of Lights happens at the ABQ BioPark Botanic Garden from Nov. 24 through Dec. 30. The lights blink on at 6pm daily but fizzle out about 9:30pm, so get there early, home-piece. The whole deal is closed on Dec. 24 and 25—hey if you wanna see lights on those nights, give me a buzz and we'll look into it!—but the price is right if you are looking for marvelous holiday enchantment any other time during the 2108 holiday season. For true light loving visitors, the Polar Express, a small train, is available to take riders out to meet Santa himself. Admission to the largest walk through festive lighting display in the state starts at $6 for children 3 through 12 years old. Adult admission begins at $12 and babies under 3 are free. A ride on the Polar Express is extra. Please inquire at the Botanic Garden, knowing that meeting the jolly old elf is well worth the extra feria. (August March)

    ABQ BioPark Botanic Garden
    River of Lights
  • Albuquerque Rail Yards
    Albuquerque Rail Yards Holiday Market
  • The Goods at 505 Central
    Downtown Lunch Market
  • Noah's Enchanted Winter Holiday Attraction
    Noah's Enchanted Winter Holiday Attraction
  • Cabela's
    Santa's Wonderland featuring Photos with Santa
  • Sandia Prep School
    ONGOING
    35 and Older Ultimate Frisbee Pickup Game
  • Albuquerque Meditation Group SRF
    Group Meditation with Self-Realization Fellowship
  • Albuquerque Open Space Visitor Center
    Yoga with a View
  • Circling Hands Qigong
  • Albuquerque Shambhala Center
    Open Meditation Sitting Practice
  • The Goods at 505 Central
    Guided Meditation Class
  • High Desert Center for Spiritual Living
    ONGOING
    Sunday Celebration
  • Lotus Tree Ayurveda
    Prayer and Meditation Group
  • Manzano del Sol
    Albuquerque Death Cafe
  • Red Door Brewing Company
    Red Riser Yoga
  • Rio Bravo Brewing Company
    ONGOING
    YogaZo: Pints and Planks
  • Sabrina's Z CREW Fitness
    Strong by Zumba
  • A Consensual Cuddle Puddle

    Image via Pixabay

    Some of us crave human touch more than others. This sometimes desperate need for connection can bore a hole into the soul that no other feeling can fill. The Source provides this service, known as The Cuddle Revolution, on Sundays, including Sept. 2, starting at 6pm and potentially stretching into the wee hours. While this is both platonic and PG-rated, it is for adults only. The first snuggle sesh is free, but donations are always appreciated and accepted. Please arrive on time, as essential exercises in the first hour are meant to build authentic connection and an understanding of consensual touching for the ultimate therapeutic experience. No one is required to cuddle, snuggle or embrace and you can leave at any time. Feel free to bring snacks and anything else that makes you comfortable and get ready for some serious, restorative nuzzling. (Mayo Lua de Frenchie)

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    The Cuddle Revolution
  • Yogasaar
    300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training
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