Alibi V.28 No.6 • Feb 7-13, 2019
New Mexico News Spirits of Donkeys and Elephants Bipartisan flavors get work done At the press conference to announce the success of bills on the state’s “rocket docket,” members of both parties could be seen sharing the joy of moving forward with governance in New Mexico.
Newscity Secretary of Education Karen Trujillo outlined her plans for school reform; a developer's request to access over 100 million gallons of groundwater annually to develop a planned community was rejected; Facebook data center in Los Lunas is holding its grand opening. Odds & Ends Funny because a porn tax to fund The Wall happens to someone else.
Comm Makerspace Open Hours Monday, Sept 16: 3-5pm !Explora!
Visitors design a concept or project idea, create a prototype or test version of the design and share stories about the process of creating the project through displaying work or recording a digital story.
Kids SepSTEMber: Feel the Breeze Tuesday, Sept 17: 4:30-5:30pm Central & Unser Library
Explore air in its most tangible form, wind. Feel it, make it and see its effects on other objects. Also, make a windmill to take home and continue to experiment with. For ages 3 to 5.
Cannabis The Medicine in Marijuana: Documentary Film Tuesday, Sept 17: 6:30-7:30pm New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science
This documentary tells the stories of patients, practitioners and researchers in NM and provides scientific information about what we know and what we don't about its use for medical conditions.
Wellness Intro to Landmark Education Wednesday, Sept 18: 7-10pm Hotel Andaluz
Bring about positive, permanent shifts in the quality of your life. Create power, freedom, full self-expression and peace of mind for your future.
Comm Fall Open House Saturday, Sept 21: Noon-2pm Osuna Nursery
Celebrate fall with plenty of beautiful pansies, mums, cool-season veggies, pumpkins, chile ristras and more. Enjoy music by The Cumberlands, apple cider, local corn on the grill and face painting.