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Santa Barbara Martineztown Multigenerational Center

Information about the Santa Barbara Martineztown Multigenerational Center.

Santa Barbara Martineztown Multigenerational Center will offer both youth and senior programming. Learn more here

Grand Opening!

Join us for the Grand Opening of the new Santa Barbara Martineztown Multigenerational Center on June 11, 2024! Festivities will include a ribbon cutting ceremony, live entertainment, refreshments, building tours, class demos, and much more! 
 

SBMT Grand Opening Flyer

 

Location & Contact Info

1825 Edith NE
Albuquerque, NM 87102

 

Matthew Montoya
Program Coordinator
505-609-7198
[email protected]

 

Job Opportunities

Now hiring Recreation Leaders!

Do you like working with kids? Do you have a creative mind? Do you want to be a part of a team that's friendly and dependable?

Exciting news! We are hiring and looking for talented individuals. Join our team and become a Recreation Leader!

Apply today!

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Meals

Lunch

Starting on June 17, 2024, lunch will be served Monday through Friday, 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. 

Cost

  • Online donations are welcome and appreciated.
  • Please reserve lunch one day in advance before 1 p.m. You can reserve lunch by visiting the front desk staff or by calling 505-764-6475.
  • All City of Albuquerque Senior and Multigenerational centers offer free/donation-based lunch to adults ages 60 and over ($2 donation appreciated). For adults ages 50 to 59, lunch is offered at a reduced rate of $3.25. Highland, Los Volcanes, Palo Duro, & Bear Canyon senior centers also offer low-cost made-to-order menu options in addition to the regular senior lunch program. 

Adults under the age of 50 are invited to visit our multigenerational centers and can purchase lunch for $7.67. Our multigenerational centers are North Domingo Baca, Manzano Mesa, and Santa Barbara Martineztown (opening soon!).

Memberships

Memberships help us keep an accurate count of participants, as well as help make sure we obtain appropriate resources and funding to continue providing free and low-cost services to our active adult community.

New participants will be required to register for a membership in order to continue services. New memberships have a $20 annual fee; however, a fee waiver can be requested.