V.27 No.14 | 4/5/2018
Film Review Isle of Dogs Meticulously animated feature is a fantastic(al) journey Akira Kurosawa’s scruffy aesthetic is undoubtedly what’s fueling Isle of Dogs’ creative engines. Feel free to discuss at length—over third wave, cold-brewed coffee, perhaps—whether Wes Anderson’s miniaturization of Japanese culture asks audiences to laugh with or at the stereotypes. Kids Teen Marvel Party Vol. 1 Tuesday, July 16: 11am-noon Main Library
Participate in a bean bag toss, play pin the arc reactor on Iron Man and more. Costumes aren't required, but they are encouraged. For ages 13 to 17. Registration required.
Song & Dance Miami String Quartet Tuesday, July 16: Noon New Mexico Museum of Art
The quartet performs Haydn’s
Fifths Quartet and Bruch’s String Quartet in C Minor, one of only two chamber music works Bruch published during his lifetime. Kids Ticklefish Kids Rock Tuesday, July 16: 2-3pm Rudolfo Anaya Library
John Grant brings a highly energetic and interactive music show with all original kids' rock-n-roll.
Kids Felt Phone Case Tuesday, July 16: 3:30-5pm Taylor Ranch Library
Make a fancy pocket for your digital devices using felt and an easy-to-learn blanket stitch to put it all together. For ages 13 to 17. Registration required.
Outdoor Bosque Sunset Walk Tuesday, July 16: 6:30pm Tingley Beach
Discover the Bosque at dusk on a guided tour. Use all the senses and look for porcupines, listen for owls, observe moths and bats and smell the change in the air as the bosque cools for the night.
Image via Pixabay Kids Junior Zookeeper Day Camp Wednesday, July 17: 9am-noon Wildlife West
Children ages 8 to 12 learn about zoo keeping techniques, animal enrichment, get close to wildlife in a safe environment and hang out with zookeepers as they feed and care for the animals.