V.25 No.29 | 7/21/2016
Dave Lepre This Modern World Collecting Light Dim things made bright The New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology is more than classrooms full of bright scientists, and Magdalena Ridge—also referred to as South Baldy—is home to more than ideal camping spots and hiking trails. Outdoor Routes Sandia Snowshoe Tour Sunday, Feb 17: 1pm Routes Bicycle Tours & Rentals
Trained naturalist guides lead by snowshoe through evergreen forests and snow to views of the Rio Grande Valley, the Rocky Mountains of Santa Fe and the volcanic fields of the Jemez.
Wellness Path to the Peak Yoga: Surya Namaskar Sunday, Feb 17: 1:30-2:45pm Yoga Art Space
A class with added attention, assists and one-on-one instruction for the challenge pose. This month learn the elements for Sun Salutation, including each pose, breath and transition.
Film Awakening in Taos Sunday, Feb 17: 2-4pm KiMo Theatre
The story of Mabel Dodge Luhan's personal evolution as a writer, salon hostess, art patroness and social activist and a resident of N.M.
Learn N.M.’s African-American Legacy Sunday, Feb 17: 2-4pm Cerrillos Hills State Park Visitor Center
Guest speaker Brenda Ballou Dabney discusses African-American presence in N.M. from 1870 to1930 via oral histories of early settlers along with books, photographs and documents.