Official news from the City of Albuquerque
The Museum of the American Military Family, The Telling Project, and the Bob Woodruff Foundation are proud to present Telling, Albuquerque, a testimonial theatrical performance by Albuquerque-based Military Veterans and Military family members.
The Vortex, New Mexico’s Oldest Black-Box Theater, is Coming to District 7
Volunteer Usher and Benefactors' Lounge Volunteers-Popejoy Hall is looking for approachable and hospitable individuals to volunteer.
Mentor-(A program of New Mexico Child Advocacy Networks)
Walk to Defeat ALS Volunteer-The ALS Association New Mexico Chapter’s largest annual fundraiser and awareness campaign
Hospice Volunteer- Make a new friend
Iconic Garden Residents
Craft beer and microbrew tasting at the Zoo on October 4
Partnership to Revitalize Area through Art with N.M. Non-Profit Littleglobe
Get to know Councilor Harris' new Policy Analyst and his vision for District 9 residents.
City Councilor Klarissa Peña will hold a memorial service and press conference on Saturday, July 26th at 10:00 AM at 60th Street NW, north of Central, the site where two homeless men were brutally murdered last weekend.
Ombudsman Volunteers assist residents by advocating for their rights, investigating and helping to resolve their concerns, and ensuring they receive the care they deserve.
Rio Grande Community Farm (RGCF) is a non-profit, educational farm in the North Valley and partner organization of the City of Albuquerque Open Space Division.
Effective at 8:00 AM, Tuesday, July 15, 2014, the City of Albuquerque fire restrictions will be downgraded to Stage I and the Open Burning Ban will be lifted.
Kitten and cat special.
Friday’s Heroes: Civilian COAST Personnel Yvette Garcia & Tasha Hart
Employee of the Week: Jerry Hunter
The two and three-week old chicks doing well behind the scenes.