Parks & Recreation Upcoming Events
'Bosque' is a multi-media group exhibition that invites people to interpret their relationship with the Albuquerque riverside forest.
A guided nature walk taking place the first Sunday of the month, every month. Register at 897-8831.
UNM Professor Enrique Lamadrid, folklorist and environmental educator, speaks about riparian landscapes in urban areas and how they have been manipulated.
Submit your proposals for works to be shown in the Open Space Visitor Center Gallery in 2016.
Seven local authors launch their collection of short stories entitled Apricots and Tortillas.
Puppet Show and Make-Your-Own Finger Puppet Workshop.
This event is a great way to give back to our public lands, meet some fellow geocachers, and have some fun!
A workshop and poetry reading led by Jules Nyquist and Poetry Playhouse.
Featuring flutist Bonnie Schmader and friends.
PARCH is a group art exhibition exploring the nature of water. Water has a transformational quality, carving the political and physical landscapes of our world.