V.21 No.27 | 7/5/2012
Margaret Wright News Feature Waning Waiver Major changes loom for the developmentally disabled Even after Jenna Montoya was placed in one of the state's most high-needs categories, her mom says she’s concerned that alterations in the waiver program on Oct. 1 will mean big cuts to the therapy her daughter receives. Wellness Ayurvedic Self-Care and Diet Wednesday, Jan 16: 10-11am Esther Bone Memorial Library
Yoga instructor, Cathie Frank, she discusses the holistic approach to life known as Ayurveda, a sister science to yoga and the balance between mind, body and spirit.
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.
Words Open Poetry Reading Wednesday, Jan 16: 6:30-9pm Tortuga Gallery
Hosted by Holly Wilson, this is a great opportunity for poets to share their words in an inspiring atmosphere. Poets also display their books on the poet's table. Refreshments are available.
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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