Events and Entertainment calendar for Albuquerque, Santa Fe and Northern New Mexico - Alibi Calendar
Due to the March 23, 2020 NM DOH Public Health Order, These Event Listings Are Not Accurate!
All non-essential businesses are closed, public gatherings are prohibited!
(One day some of these events will be rescheduled or will resume, but they are not happening now!)
Saturday July 11, 2020
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  • Seton Castle on Academy Campus
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  • O'Hare's Grille & Pub (Rio Rancho)
    Brain Gang Trivia
  • Chalk Talk

    Clarke Condé

    On Saturday, July 11, Nob Hill Main Street hosts Chalk the Block, a community art event that is free, open to the public and tailored to get people out of their houses to express themselves in a safe way. From 10am to 8pm chalk can be found by the light poles along Central Avenue between Girard and Washington. It’s going to be a hot weekend, so grab a mask, a cool beverage and if available, a small, bored child and chalk it up! (Clarke Condé)

    Nob Hill Neighborhood Central Ave
    Chalk the Block
  • Academy for the Love of Learning (Santa Fe)
    More Beautiful and Amazing: Art Inspired by Ernest Thompson Seton
  • Hanging in There

    Cartoonist Jim Davis said, “Way down deep, we’re all motivated by the same urges. Cats have the courage to live by them.” That from the creator of the most iconic of office breakroom posters is a fitting entry point into the new exhibit Cat Tales opening this week and running through Aug. 27 at the Placitas Community Library. It’s hard to say what role libraries will play in the future, but the Placitas library is indeed hanging on with this multimedia exhibit of local artists’ depiction of cats that is offered both in person and online. Library hours are subject to change so it is best to check the library website before you go at You can also see the entire exhibit anytime online at (Clarke Condé)

    Placitas Community Library (Placitas)
    Cat Tales
  • Humble Coffee
    Humble Get Down: A Local Vendor Pop-Up
  • Learn Your Camera, Learn About Yourself

    If you, like me, decided that since the government has given you money to stimulate the economy, now would be the time to make a slightly frivolous purchase, then you might have picked up a proper camera. None of this cell phone hullabaloo, but one with lenses, AKA glass, adjustable ISO and such. If also, like me, you found out that all of that is foreign to you and 10 YouTube videos later you’re absolutely lost and frustrated, maybe it’s time to have an expert walk you through it more thoroughly. Enter Learn Your Camera Workshop, being held by The Albuquerque Photography Group on Saturday, June 11 from 11am-2pm. The location of said class is secret until you buy a ticket for $70 off their website. To learn more, visit (Dan Pennington)

    Learn Your Camera Workshop
  • Oddfellows Hall (Santa Fe)
    Contra Dance
  • Unity Studio
    Circles of Hope Support Group
  • Growers and Showers

    The Downtown Growers Market returns Saturday, July 11 to Robinson Park. New safety regulations have been put into place, including a fenced-in park with one entrance/exit, mask requirements, socially distanced vendors and more. Go to the website to place your order with individual vendors and items can be picked up from vendor booths on the day of or loaded directly into your vehicle. (Devin D. O’Leary)

    Robinson Park
    Downtown Growers' Market Farm to Car
  • Wanted: Your Best Photographs

    Shutterbugs gather up your best pieces and pick some to submit for hanging in the new Bernalillo County headquarters when the gov-peeps move to Alvarado Square, happening now until Monday, August 31. The selected photographs will be printed in a large scale and format. They will be used to create a welcoming environment for county customers, county employees and the general public. Some will be used on the windows of the new Bernalillo County Sheriff’s Office suite. The photographs should represent the history and character of Bernalillo County and its people, places, landscapes and unique events in our county. There are some big bucks involved as chosen photographers will receive $1,500, with a limit of one photograph per artist. The chosen photos will become part of the public art program’s permanent collection. There is no fee or age limit required to submit. For more information, visit Ends August 31. (Carolyn Carlson)

    Wanted: Your Best Photographs
  • Engine House Theater (Madrid)
    Open Submissions: Madrid Film Festival
  • Keshet Center for the Arts
    Hear Here Festival
  • Edgy

    City on the Edge is a breezy, smart podcast looking at the stories from Albuquerque history that have often been overlooked. Each episode takes a deep dive into a topic like the 1955 crash of TWA flight 260, Sandia Man or the 1918 quarantine. Worthwhile listening that will spur your curiosity about things you didn’t even know about in the city where you live. It’s free and available wherever you get your podcasts. (Clarke Condé)

    City on the Edge
  • Dance Space Santa Fe (Santa Fe)
    MoveWest Center for Movement Exploration