Unless it's sacrilege to leave the house during the Super Bowl, your family can explore the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science (1801 Mountain NW) and its offsite educational facility, the Sandia Mountain Natural History Center (60 Columbine, Cedar Crest), without paying a cent this weekend. That's because the first Sunday of the month is always free for state residents. The brand-new <I>Dinosaur Century </I>exhibition at the Natural History Museum chronicles 100 years of fossil discovery in New Mexico, or stop by the Sandia Mountain center for a 10 a.m. lecture on dinosaurs that lived in the Land of Enchantment. Visit nmnaturalhistory.org for more information.
Sandia Mountain Natural History Center
V.25 No.47 | 11/24/2016
Second Star to the Right
Wednesday, Dec 7: Stargazing Night
Peer through telescopes at the dark winter sky. Learn about stars, constellations and other night sky objects with astronomers from the Albuquerque Astronomical Society.