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Members Appreciation Month

New Mexico BioPark Society celebrates its members with special events and discounts throughout August.

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Stories in the Sky

Stories, Songs, Movement, and Crafts

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Garden Railroad Training: Aug. 20

Operate the Botanic Garden's miniature railway

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3rd Thursday: Chatter

This is a monthly event with free admission and activities from 5-8:30 p.m.

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Summer Nights Concert: Boris McCutcheon

Enjoy live music on the Botanic Garden's Festival Green.

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Latin Dance Festival

The annual Latin Dance Festival spices up Historic Old Town!

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Members Appreciation Month: Michael Martin Murphy Trio

Relax with a Members-only concert at the Zoo.

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Artist Lecture: Christo- SOLD OUT

World renowned artist gives free lecture at the museum

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Aquarium Overnight - August

Use the glow of jellies as your night light at the Aquarium on August 22-23.

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African Violets to Love

Display and sale of African Violets at the Botanic Garden's Heritage Farmhouse.

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Art in the Afternoon

This week's performers are Rio.

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Westside Summerfest

Don't miss the last Summerfest of 2014.

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Summertime in Old Town-Alpha Cats

Jazzy swing music in the gazebo

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Night Walk at the Botanic Garden

Explore the Garden under the light of the moon!

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Stories in the Sky

Stories, Songs, Movement, and Crafts

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Concert Series: Chatter at the Museum

Annual Summer Concert series performed by Chatter

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Summer Nights Concert: Caravan of Thieves

Enjoy live music on the Botanic Garden's Festival Green.

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Art in the Afternoon

This week's performers are Jazz Brasileiro.

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Summertime in Old Town-Cornbread Blues

Chicago and Memphis Style Blues at the gazebo

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Chautauqua Presentation: The Way of the Drum

New Mexico History and Cultures series from the New Mexico Humanities Council

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