#365DaysOfEvents: Marble Summer Beer Dinner, Dames at Sea Performance and Bosque Wild Hike Edition
It's week twenty-one of our #365DaysOfEvents campaign. This week we head out onto the bosque trail where you can choose from a bike tour or hike at own pace at the Bosque Wild Hike. Entertain the little ones at story time at the National Hispanic Cultural Center or relax and listen to the sounds of the Rio Tro at Zinc Wine Bar & Bistro. For more fun, be sure to check out our events calendar.
Monday, July 28
Daily Bosque Bike Tour
Looking for a great way to experience the majestic beauty of Albuquerque? This two-hour ride showcases beautiful scenery, flora and fauna as our professional tour guides identify the many historic and significant landmarks along the trail. This ride is enjoyable for all skill levels and families are welcome!
Tuesday, July 29
Jugamos Juntos: Tuesday Story Time
Take the kiddos to Jugamos Juntos: Tuesday Story Time, enjoy reading children's literature in Spanish. The books selected will appeal to either a 3- to 5-year-old audience or a 6- to 9-year-old audience.
Wednesday, July 30
Marble Summer Classics Beer Dinner
Join us at Los Poblanos Historic Inn & Organic Farm for a 4-course dinner, each designed to perfectly pair with a different local, Marble beer, plus a special brew tasting!
Thursday, July 31
Concert: Rio-Brazilian Bossa Nova & Jazz
Sit back and relax at Zinc Wine Bar & Bistro and listen to the smoothe sounds of Rio. Featuring wistful vocals and lyrical guitar work, Rio offers intimate interpretations of Bossa Nova and jazz.
Friday, August 1
Performance: Dames at Sea
Enjoy this fun classic musical, a long-running hit off-Broadway that brought stardom to Bernadette Peters, this campy show is based on the nostalgia of Hollywood musicals of the 1930's. It's "big time" New York, into which sweet little Ruby from a faraway Hometown, USA, has come to make it big on Broadway.
Saturday, August 2
Family Fun Day: Bolo Ties
Learn about the official necktie of New Mexico and the Native American artists who make them. Through performances, art and gallery activities in the exhibition, Native American Bolo Ties: Vintage and Contemporary Artistry, families explore the art and heritage of artists who create these stunning bolo ties.
For an inside look at this exhibit, check out this ABQ365 blog post!