#365DaysOfEvents: Crosby, Stills & Nash, UNM Football, Corrales Harvest Festival Edition
It's week twenty-eighth of our #365DaysOfEvents campaign. This week take in a lecture at the New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science, cheer on the University of New Mexico Lobo Football team as they take on the Fresno State Bulldogs and stroll through the Village of Corrales at the annual Corrales Harvest Festival. For more fun, be sure to check out our events calendar.
Monday, September 22
Exhibition: Remote Response
Remote Response is Harwood Art Center's 5th annual exhibition dedicated to the artistic exploration of contemporary social justice issues. In this exhibition, artists with ties to this community explore diverse themes in diverse media.
Tuesday, September 23
Curator's Coffee Lecture: Behind the Lights and the Curtains
See how the New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science creates sophisticated interactive electro-mechanical exhibits on a tight or non-existent budget. Stan Cohen, the Museum's exhibit-electronics builder, will "pull back the curtain" on some of the exhibits that use this technology.
Wednesday, September 24
Concert: Crosby, Stills & Nash
Don't miss this creat concert from music legends David Crosby, Stephen Stills, and Graham Nash as they reunite for a great night of music.
Thursday, September 25
International Cinema Series: Alamar
In Pedro González-Rubio's lyrical docudrama, a five-year-old boy about to move to Rome with his Italian mother takes a trip with his father to Chinchorro Reef, in the Mexican state of Quintana Roo, to learn about his Mayan origins. In Spanish & Italian with English subtitles.
Friday, September 26
UNM Lobo Football vs Fresno State
Come cheer on the University of New Mexico Lobo football team as they take on the Fresno State Bulldogs in this Mountain West Conference match up.
Saturday, September 27
Corrales Harvest Festival
This two day event features an arts and crafts show, live entertainment, the Growers Market and more! At Casa San Ysidro, enjoy music, family performances, animals and a traditional arts mercado.
Sunday, September 28
Aki Matsuri Japanese Fall Festival
Join the New Mexico Japanese American Citizens League as they celebrate the annual Aki Matsuri Fall Festival. This year's festival includes martial arts demonstrations, taiko drumming, traditional Japanese dancing, and more!