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Free Wednesday: Film Series

"Umbrellas" takes a poignant, in-depth look at the concept and realization of Christo and Jeanne-Claude's project "Umbrellas: Joint Project for Japan and U.S.A."

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BioVan and Rio Ranger Volunteer Training: Sept. 5

Take the BioPark's educational programs on the road!

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Summertime in Old Town-Cornbread Blues

Chicago and Memphis Style Blues at the gazebo

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Summertime in Old Town- Sherri Gonzalez Quartet

Sherri Gonzalez and her band play in the gazebo

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Horticulture Volunteer Training: Sept. 11

Help tend the plants at the Botanic Garden

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Touchpool Volunteer Training: Sept. 11

Offer Aquarium visitors a hands-on learning experience

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Summertime in Old Town- Sweet and Lowdown & Friends

Sweet and Lowdown & friends play in the gazebo

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Localquerque

presented by Globalquerque and the City of Albuquerque

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Teacher Event: Teacher Open House

Annual open house for teachers in partnership with the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science and Explora

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3rd Thursday: Native American Bolo Ties

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

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Summertime in Old Town- Mariachi Alegria de Mi Tirrea

Mariachi Alegria de Mi Tirrea plays in the gazebo

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Summertime in Old Town- The Real Matt Jones

The Real Matt Jones plays in the gazebo

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Greeter Training: Sept. 24

Join the BioPark's Welcoming Team

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National Hunting and Fishing Day

You may fish without a license on this special day!

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Family Fun Day: Harvest Festival at Casa San Ysidro

Join us for this annual two day event in partnership with the village of Corrales.

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Family Fun Day: Harvest Festival at Casa San Ysidro

Join us for this annual two day event in partnership with the village of Corrales.

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Horticulture Volunteer Training: Oct. 1

Help tend the plants at the Botanic Garden

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